Central High School - Centralite Yearbook (Knoxville, TN)

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J A I H s KJ C L K, X, frlfffz , is :T V . V :QR VY I 'L -, W lb- by SIENIIUR GLASS UIFIFIICIERS PRESIDENT t VICE PRESIDENT B d Sh 2995 'Q W.,J,.,,LJ1fa,.J H ff 512513 if uiiwifjulibd WILD " ffvfwwwuwdw Www TREASURER I as.. A -Carl Seele - - u d . ,V l a, N. :- - .arriette Ren uc I 'J ' Q g- .1 vu -fu I 3 5 - k B 1 3231" .ua SKK Tl-llE SIENIICPRS BILLY ACUFF, son at Mr. and Mrs. VJ. T. Acutf, Vifashington Pike. Hall Monitor '45, '46, Aeronautics Clubs '46, '47. BOB ADCOCK. son oi Rev. and Mrs. Vernon C. Adcock, Sr., Route 2, Fountain City, Tenn. Band '44, '45, '46, '47. IOHN ALLEN. son of Mr. and Mrs. lohn W. Allen, Knoxville, Tenn, MARY ANN AMBRISTER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Asa Ambrister, ll8 Oakview Drive, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, '46, Y-Teens '46, '47, Home Economics Club '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Library Assistant '44, '45, Monitor '45, 46, Home Ec. Office Monitor '46, Glee Club '46, '47, lunior P.-T. AJ Council '45, '46 '47, Sub Debs '45, '46, '47. , . I X . I . L4 ,If 1 , - Lf ' ' 'I . sf CHARLES PAUL ANDERSON, son 1otLMr.Aand Mrs. Albert C. Anderson, 508 Seventh Ave., Fountain City Tenn. octba Manager '44,l'45, '46. Vi I , n, ' '4 IEANNE RUTH ARMSTROEG. diiqliter of Dr. and 'lVlrs. Charles M. Armstrong Holston Hills, Krioxville . ise High School. Latin Club '45, '44, 45, lr socaition '41 '45, Samir et Ski s '45, Courier Squaw '45, Girl Reserves '43, '44 '45, Lisgefitfires '43 4 . Transferred to Central Htigh School Knoxville, Tennes Classical!l.e'ajue '44, fpanisilgi Club '45, Dramatics Club '45, Girls' Athletic A see, Ianuary l946. I . - tw, K,-JS" BARBARA I. ARNWINE. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Arnwine, l24 Under- wood Place, Knoxville, Tennessee. Girl Reserves '46, Y-Teens '47, Swimming Club '46, Kitten Basketball Team '46, 47, Y-Teen Basketball Team '46, '47. DOROTHY ARNWINE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Prince, 80992 N. Third Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. Transferred from Virginia High School, Bristol, Virginia '44, Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, Treasurer of Girl Reserves '45, Girl Reserves Basketball Team '44, '45, Y-Teens '46, '47, Y-Teen Basketball Team '46 '47 Home Ec. Club '44, '45, Bowling Club '46, '47, Kittens Basketball Team '46,"47 BETTY IO ARWOOD. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Arwood, 2506 North Cen- tral Ave., Knoxville, Tenn. BARBARA IEAN ATCHLEY. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Atchley, Boyds Bridge Pike, Rt 4, Knoxville Tenn. Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, Y-Teens '46, '47, Swimming Club '45 '46, Bowling Club '46, '47, Member of Kitten and Y-Teen Basketball teams. HARRY ATKINS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Atkins, Wilson Rd., Route l, Knoxville, Tenn. Glee Club '46, '47. BILL BAKER. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. G. Baker, lr., 608 Maple Ave., Fountain City, Tenn. Football '43, '44, '45, '46, Capt. of Football Team '46, Basketball '43, '44, '45, '46, Track '44, C Club '45, Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, Kitche n Club '44, '45, '46, ' , e ' . in , . 1 'E jllunior Cl ss ' 5' 1 l ore A ebra Award '45, M eiEi1G-1 L in F, , I 1 . ff ' llflifcf 7L't' 'I Zll. W - .,- . Gill: IIQTJZQ fr ff, V, I I 21 , . MARGARET ANNE BALES, daughter of1Mr. and Mrs' C. B. Bales, Route 8, Knox- ville, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, 45, '46, May Day Program '46, May Day Meet '46, Spanish Club, '45, Y-Teens '46, '47, Y-Teens '46, '47, Treasurer oi Y-Teens '47, Regular Centralite Staff '46, '47, Bowling Club '46, '47. LILLIE MAE BARR. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Barr, 2409 Chicago Ave., Knox- ville, Tenn. Christenberry Ir. High School '43, '44, Entered Central '44, Hall Monitor, '46, '47. WILLIA B TO Mr. n, 207 Hil-lore Ave,, Fountain ' , . Hik 1 , 4 '45,' xor Honor ie ' ,'45, Secretary r ie a ietg,H1b '44, '46, ' ' ue Klown Kapersu '4 s rer ki cf , S ub '45, ' , Secretary of Freshman Cl 43, ecre ot Iunio ass '45, '46. HAROLD BAYLESS. son of Mr. and Air. Bayless, Route 2, Maynardville, Tenn. , ' I1 rf- 4' , 1, DOROTHA FAY BEELER, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Vlilliarn Lee Beeler, 400 Fourth Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '44, '45, Horne Economics Club '45, and '45, '46, ',47, Sate Band Contest '46, Beta Cl '47. WJ ' ' Ji igfifff. IACK S. BEELER, son fo Mr. a Mrs. V. B. Beeler, 107 Pacific Street, Knoxville, Tenn. C Club '45, '46, '47, Golf team '46, '47, Track Team '44, '45, '46, '47, Foot- ball '45, '46, '47, Basketball team '46, '47, Treasurer of Senior Class '46, '47, Exchange Bowl '46, Gym Assistant '46, '47. ' MARGARET BETTIS. da'ughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Bettis, 3904 N. Broadway, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, Home Fc. Club '43, '44, Transferred from Oak Ridge High in '44, to Phoenix Union High, Phoenix, Ariz. Rifle Club '44, '45, Home Ec. Club '44, '45, Transferred from Phoenix Union High to Central High in '45. Bowling Club '45, '46 I MAT IE L U BEE, t r o rn Mrs, Glenn A. Bibee, 6Ol Maple Drive, Foun ' ty, T s . ves '43, '44, Bowling Club '44, '45, '46, '47, Secr Bo g C '44 " ice-President Bowling Club '45, '46, President Bow ngpti '4 , ub '45, '46, '47, Ir. P.-T. A. Council '44, '45. E f I 1 s UR RANK B K, 5011491 Ilyfitnd Nfs,4HffQ1ockf6'26sff P Q. 6 F tain ' l VT-PT 01971 of state H1-Y .q emion '46 Hi- '4 , '45, Q , S C lu b'44, 4.5, '46, '4 Pre ident ogsfd '-Ty Cl , , '47, iki fv Clu 21 ' 5, '4 'l5,d'itoria'l'St'd1'l'lQ.UgEWTALlTE"" 5,"'?"47l, for Ho or ocidlg 1 e- resident nior Honor Soci ty '46, Sciefi jClu.b ' , 14025, l' - ,f!f!'i1 , '47,7Presi Cie' lub 1454 4' afaassicdlled 5,,' Consul W' of Iunio! Ckrssi League '44, t Soho 1 in ' n Class ' Q, '44!'HIfgh st Sc olirshisr ' Ugglfeet Sc 15 - 1'l'ournam ',' f"L' rary Assistan '44 '4 , '46, 42? Xariet "Skule ' !6KQoW'h!,Kapers' '4 etgglub ,'44f'CI5i '46,'2g!,- ficer in Ban '46, .ik A '47, P ident homore Class '44, ' jbatingfClub '46k'4if"ViQe-Pf diytl 1 ' oh img c ub '46, at jlqarifiile '45, egwB es- Lh W1 at Maryviljeffllerfx . ' .1 . br FSSUE ANN BOLLING, daughter of Mrs. Leona Bolling, ll2 Fountain Avenue. N. S 'fountain City, Tenn. Orchestra '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, 3 g Qrtain Club '46, '47, Girls "C" Club '44 '5. X , TA, LOIS JOAN BOOP. daughter of . 'a , 3 l eystone, N th NQ Hills, Knoxvill en I ' o ,ty 45, '46, r r i ' , Bb Home EC. Clu 5 uQgwm ome EC. lu ' 4, '4 , So a' Chair or'ne c. , '47, L in ' , ' , s sh lub ' ' . . . . ounci-' '45 ' ' nitor ' , , ' , a v t '46, askeglajl ' ' g u '45, ' 6, Na- AHBARM EAN BRO CH daughter of Mrs R C Brosfth l22 Conner Ave Fountain City, Tenn. irl Reserves '43, '44, '45, '46, Bowling Club '43, '44, '45, Cantata '45, Operetta '46, Glee Club '45, '46, '47. tional W .N .21:fif"f rflfiranttr simlolis BETTY 'BROCK. arughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Brock, Sunset Trali, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43 '44, '45 '46 Tumblin Team '44, '45, Glee Club '45 '45 r , Q Christmas Cantata '45 Home Fc. Club '45 '46. CHARLES H. BROWN, son of Mr, and Mrs. Frederick F. Brown, Haraweoa Bead, Knoxville, Tenn. lunior P.-T. A. Council '43, 544, Band '43, '44, '45, '46 '47, State Bana Contest '46, Basketball "C." ' NATALIE BROWN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fountain City, Tenn. Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Dramatics '46, '47. lake M. Brown, Fountain Avenue, T. Brown, Vfashirigton Pike, Knoxville WILLIAM E. BROWN, son of Mrs. Mary Tenn. Hall Monitor '45, 46, '47, Glee Club '46 4' MARY EVELYN BROYLES, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Brcyles, 3l6 lackson Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Vice-President of Bowling Club '45, Publicity Chair- man ot Bowling Club '46, Skating Club '46, Glee Cluh '46, 47, Christmas Can- tata '45. WILLIAM E. BULLEN, IR., son of Mr. ana Mrs. VJ. F. Bullen, 4l l4 Holston Drive Knoxville, Tenn. Football '43, '44, '45, Baslcetzgall '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, "C" Cluli '44, '45, '46 47, Kitchen Club '46, '47. 1 - . lfabkfvfx 1,1995-3 lg LJ., fa LOLA IEAN BURKHART. daughter cf lvfrs. Elsie llond 13' Route 6 Knoxville, Tenn. May Dag' '46, Disricutors Cluo '46, '47. MARTHA LOU BURKHART, daughter of Mr. and lfirs. l. Ft. Burkhart Route 8, Knoxville, Tenn. Freshman Girl Reserves '43, '44, lunior Honor Society '44, '45, lunior P.-T. A. Council '44, '45, Bowling Club '46, '47. BETTY GRACE BURNETTE. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. l. H. Burnette, 709 Maple Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '45, '46, lunior Honor Society '45, Senior Honor Society '47, Beta Club '47, Hall Monitor '47, IEAN RAGE. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Burgage, 123 Pine Roca, oris, nn. Norris High School '43, '44, '45, "VVennies'on Wednesday '43, isatm s Program ' 4, '45, Spillway Staff '44. Transferr Central '45, Girl ser s ' 5 6, - eens '46, '47, "Ri h Man, Poor Man' '4 , Dramatic Mono- gue 46, rsda s at me" ' 6, C raxn Cluh '45, '4 '4 , Social Chairman '46, , '1' pi'n 47, B a C '47, panish Club '4 '4 . ' , v, to ' g 'P I Mt jx. ,' -' X MIL RE . CNIN, Q' . r of'y . H. Cain, Route 7, Knoxville, Tenn. lunior Hon : 45? enio kcfior Society '46, '47, Monitor '45, '46, '47, CEN . i. X eq 116, '4 ' x RONALD FLEMING CALKINS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace A. Calkins, 1206 North Hills Boulevard, Knoxville, Tenn. Transferred from Barnsoy High School, Birmingham Alaloaam, Sept. '45, C S i V . N N. X l' I V 'Xt s. I K2 Xl' 6. I 1 N 4 ip? 594 3X 'x it A I 4 OIF H947 CYNTHIA LUCILLE CAMPBELL. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Campbell, 619 Tazzewell Pike, Fountain City, Tenn. lunior Honor Society '44, '45, Secretary of lunior Honor Society '44, '45, Senior Honor Society '46, '47, National Beta Club '47, Freshman Latin Club '44, lunior Classical League '45, Library Assistant '45, '46, '47, "Skule Klown Kapers" '45, Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, Y-Teens '47, Presi- dent Y-Teen '47, CENTRALITE Staff '45, '46, '47, Circulation Manager of CEN- TRALITE '47. VIOLET LOUISE CARLISLE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Carlisle, l3l5 Free- mont Place, Knoxville, Tenn. High School New Albany, Indiana, Red Cross Club '42, '43, Glee Club '42, '43, Christmas Program '43, Hughes High School, incin- nati, Ohio, Home Ec. Club '44, Glee Club '44, Central High School, Knoxville, Tenn., Glee Club '44, '45, Christmas Cantata '45. MARIAN CARMICHAEL. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Carmichael, 900 Hen- rietta Street, lnskip, Tenn. Park Iunior High, Girl Reserves '43, Transferred to Knoxville High '44, Girl Reserves '44, '45, Hall Monitor '44, '45, City Latin Contest '45, Transferred to Central High '45, Girl Reserves '46, Hcnor Society '46, '47, Beta Club '47. CLARA IEAN CASSADY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee T. Cassady, Highland Drive, Fountain City, Tenn. Hall Monitor '46, '47. IEAN CATES. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cates, lO8 Colonial Circle, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, Y-Teens '46, '47, Commercial Club '45, '46, Junior P.-T. A. Council Member, '45, '46, Glee Club '46, '47, Dramatic Club '46, '47, "Skule Klown Kapers" '44. "Never Trust a Man" '46. HUGH CATLETT. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh R. Catlett, 224 North Ault Street, Knoxville, Tenn. ln service '44, '45, '46. Z',oJ1fY-wi--f BETTY IANE CHADWICK. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Chadwick, 431 Taze- well Pike, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44. f' 1 1 K I 4 Dlgvlf fc 1- ALICE ELIZABETH SNEYffdaughfr pifpltdr. and Mrs. Murphy A. Chesney 159 Moody Avenfie, n xville, Tenn., Llfinior Honor S,ociety,.'43,7 '44, 1453!-Senior ? nor Solgetfy "45, '46, '4q7,ZF simian Latin Cgu?,'4-3,'lunior Cbafsicclfifeague '44, igfjjry ssistant '44,"4.S, ' 6, '47, "S ule lown Caperf' , Home Ec. Club ' 4, '45, usinessstcff CENTRALITE' 6, '47, Beta Club 46, '47, Latin Tourna- ment '43, '44, '45. ' CHARLOTTE ANN CLAIBORNE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Claiborne, 1746 Fairmont Boulevard, Knoxville, eTnn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, President of Girl Reserves '43, Delegate to Girl Reserve Conference at Bristol '44, Treasurer Girl Reserve District '44, lunior Honor Society '44, '45, '46, Secretary lunior Honor Society '44, President of lunior Honor Society '45, Senior Honor Society '46, '47. Treasurer of Senior Honor Society '46, Science Club '44, '45, Secretary of Science Club '45, Home Ec. Club '44, '45, '46, '47, Vice-President of Home Ec. Club '45, '46, President of Home Ec. Club '46, '47, First Vice-President of East Tennessee District Home Ec. Clubs '46, Ir. P.-T. A. Council '44, '45, '46, Publicity Chair- man fo lr. P.-T. A. Council '45, '46, Program Chairman of lr. P.-T. A. Council '46, '47, Orchestra '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Regular CENTRALITE Staff '45, '46, CENTRALITE Annual Staff '46, '47, Hiking Club '45, '46, Spanish Club '45, '46 Vice-President of Spanish Club '45, Algebra Cup '44, P.-T. A. English Award '45. BETTY IO CLARK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Clark, Loves Creek Road Route 6, Knoxville, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, '46, Y-Teens '46, '47, Home Ec. Club '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Bowling Club '46, '47, Tumbling Team '44, '45, Secretary of Y-Teens '47, Girl Reserve Basketball Team '44, '45, '46, Y-Teen Basketball Team '46, '47, Kittens Basketball Team '46, '47, Commercial Club '45, '46, '47, Swimming Club '45, '46, Swimming Team '46, '47, lunior Honor Society '44, '45, lunior P.-T. A. Council '46, '47. SAMUEL ANDREW COLE, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Cole, Route l2, Knoxville, Tenn. Safety Patrol '42, Band '42, '43, '44, '46, '47, U. S. Armed Forces '45, '46. ALBERT COLLINS, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Collins, Route 5, Rutledge Pike. Movie Operator '44, '45, '46, Football '43, '44, '45, Distributors Club '46, '47, Captain Golf Team '46, '47. ll-IHE SIENIICPRS IACK COMBS son of Mr and Mrs I Vt ombs, 306 Seventh Ave., Fountain City, BETTY N O aa q . and Mrs. Charles Conner, Cedar Lane. u 6 I ALICE LOUISE COX aauqhte f Mr a a Mrs. B. L. Cox, Bearden, Tenn. S. O, S. Club 46 41 Spamsh Club H me EC. Club '43, '44, '45, '46. MAXINE X d uqliter t Mr and Mrs. T. P. Cox, Elmwood Drive Fountain City l v s 43 44 Home E: Club '43, '44, Candidate for May ue y Daw Activitie 45, Treasurer ot Sophomore Class '45, '46, Bo ini 4 Serre Qrtv ol Swi ming Club '43, MARY IANE CREGGER dau e ot l and Mrs. C. D. Creqqer, Tazewell Pike, xvi e ie uni r Hor Socie y 44, '45 Spanish Club '45, '46, Senior IACQUELINE M CRESWELL d .1 ot Mr. and l.frs. l. C. Creswf-.Q, E :rio :zzz AX iu strain s rred from lelfersori City lliqlz 44 'Tr :ns- xfn 5 e Club '46, '47 Girl Fesfzvfs 46 Swziir C or Sem r ner Sc 'iety '47. BARBARA ANN CRUZE d er of lr and Mrs, Roy A. Cruze, lll Adair D if F un in ix Te n eserv s 43, '44, Bowling Club '44, '45, '46, '47, V President Bowlma Club -1 47 G Club '45, '46, '47, lr. P,-T, A. Counvil SUSIE CRUZE daughter Q Mr and Vlrs. I. E. Cruze, Sr., 2653 Woodbine Avenue, VV. D. Cunningham, Belmont Avenue, Hi-Y '45, '46, '47, Basketball '44, '45, Glee Club '45, '46, '47. 4.11,-f' rs e o usonq Avenue, Dist utors Club '46, '47, P.-T. A. Council Jnafdf IIMMY CURTIS son of Mr 'id Mrs C. Curtis, Powell Station, Tenn. Science Cub 44 45 46 47 Movie perator -14 45, '46, '47, l-lall Monitor '46, '47. AGNES DANIEL dauqh r of Mr nd Mrs. C. NV. Daniel, Route l, Mascot, Tenn. Aeronautics Club 46 4 Glee Cub '46, '47, Billy Barnes Program "A Night OIF H947 DOROTHY ANNE DANIEL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Daniel, 1901 Nadine Street, Knoxville, Tenn. lunior Honor Society '44, '45, Senior Honor Society '46, '47, Secretary of Senior Honor Society '46, Y-Teens '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Sec- retary of Y-Teens '43, '44, President of Y-Teens '45. Program Chairman of Y-Teens '46, President of Y-Teens '47, President of Y-Teens Mid-Nlfinter Confer- ence for Tennessee Kntucky District ' 7, "Sku1e Klown Kapers" '45, Home Econom- ics Club '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Latin Club ' 3, '44, '45, Secretary of Latin Club '43, Spanish Clu '4 '46, lunior . ouncil '45, '46, ' 7, Hiking Club '45, '46, Office Mo ' ' 6, '47, B t lub 7. , MARG Y E H VI aught of Mr, a Mrs. NV. Ben Davis, 209 Emo 'l lev , o vil , Tenn. entral School, Bartlesville, Olcla. r .rre t s t lr. h S' 1 Tuls lahoma in '43, Transferred e t H' Sch l T , iom i . 'Transferred to Central High cl o. o 'll, n , '4 wimm' Clu '45, '46, '47, Hiking Club '45 ', ons' ,' ,Glee b'4, . MARGARET IEAN DAVIS. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Davis, 2214 Tenth Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. THELMA IEAN DAVIS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Davis, Rutledge Pike, Route 5, Knoxville, Tenn. Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46, Home Ec. Club '44, '45, lunior Honor Society '44, '45, Senior Honor Society '46, Commercial Club '46, '47. IAMES DEAL, son of Mr. and Mrs. lames P. Deal, Cross Valley Road, Knoxville, Tenn. School Band '45, '46, '47, Football '44, '45, Science Club '44, '45. Hal Monitor '46, '47. GERALDINE DILLINGER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dillinger, 2224 Riverside Drive, Knoxville, Tenn. Hall Monitor '45, Dramatics Club '45, Chapel Program '45, Vice-President of Distributors Club '46, Delegate to Convention at Nashville '46. r . K. ' 1. ,diff ' Z 4 dfatf x72 7 C ROBERT H. DILWORTH. IR.. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Dilworth, 104 Colonial Circle, Fountain City, Tenn. I. L. Long lr. High School, Dallas, Texas, President of Science Club '44, Sports Editor of LONG LOG '44, President of Student Council '44, Trans- ferred to Woodrow Wilson High School, Dallas, Texas '45, Transferred to Cen- tral '45, lunior Honor Society '46, Senior Honor Society '47, Science Club '47, Beta Club '47, President of Beta Club '47. BEULAH DYER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Dyer, 1645 Cwoli Avenue Knox- ville, Tenn. F 1 . l ' V I l I fiyf. fx: .,,' ,7.l'f .114 1 f-4, 'Il i , ',..-.A 1 I. , EULA? DYER, daughter of My. cmd bins. F. O. Dyer, 1645 Golf Avenue, Knox- Q Y ville. rlvif' "5f'.:.,l 1-f Lf., RAYMOND F. EDWARDS. IR.. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Edwards, 206 Randolph Street, Fountain City, Tenn. BOB EMBRY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Embry, 236 Colonial Cirrie, Fountain City, Tenn. Band '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Science Club '43, '44, Hiking'Club '43, '44, '45, '46, State Band Contest '46, Business Staff Regular and Annual CENTRALITE '46, '47, Iunior P.-T. A. Council '46, '47. NANCY EVANS. daughter of lvlr. and Mrs. lames R. Evans Route 12, lvlurphy Road, Knoxville, Tenn, Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, '46, Y-Teens 47 Swimming Club '46, Library Assistant '46, Dramalics Club '45, '46, '47, Club '-14, '45, "Never Trust TI Man" '46, "Slculo Klown Kapers' '45, May Dig' -16 "Rich Man. Poor Man" V15. Wil 'Guy TIHHE SIENIICPRS ROBERTA EVANS, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Evans, 5630 Hoiston Drive Knoxville, Tenn. THEA FORTNER. daughter of Mrs. Mary Fortner, 2026 McCalla Avenue Knox- ville, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44 Skating Club '45, Glee Club '45, '46 47, Swimming Club '47, EUGENE FOSTER. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Foster, 203 Rennoc Road, Fountain City, Tenn. Hi-Y '46, '47, Vice-President Hi-Y '45, '46, '47, Iunior P.-T. A. Council '46, '47, Secretary Iunior P.-T. A. Council '46, '47, Football '44, '45, WILLIAM G. FREELS. son of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Freels Sr., 316 Elmwood Drive, Fountain City, Tenn. Football '44, '45, '46, Football Manager '43, '44, Hi-Y '46, '47. IAMES P. FREEMAN. IR.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Iarnes P. Freeman, 203 Fast Sixth Street, Fountain City, Tenn. Band '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, State Band Contest '46. MARY KATHERINE GALLAHER. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gallaher Hol- ston Drive, Route 6, Knoxville, Tennessee. Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, Treasurer of Girl Reserves '43, '44 Home Ec. Club '43, '44, '45, Secretary of Home ES Club '44, '45, Tumbling Team '45, '46, lunior P.-T. A. Council '44, 45 Swimming Club '45, '46, President cf Swimming Club '45, '46, May Day Program '46, '47, Cheerleader '46 '47. ,f ' X x ge ,z ft L 4 fears- if 44,-4 IAMES GALYON, son of Mr. and Mrs. IV, M. Galyon 3804 Lilac Avenue Knox- ville, Tenn. WILLIAM ALHAMBRA GOODMAN. son of Mr. a'nd Mrs. I. T. Goodman, 579 Watauga Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. Football '44, '45, '46, Glee Club '46, '47, "C" Club '47. EMORY GREENE. IR.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Greene, 3901 Fairmont Boule- vard, Knoxville, Tenn. Science Club '46, '47, Debating Club '46, '47, Transferred from Hancock High, Sneedville, Tennessee '44. IEAN IRICH HACKNEY. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hackney, Route 12, Tazewell Pike, Knoxville, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, Treasurer of Girl Re- serves '44. Home Ec. Club '43, Cheerleader '46, '47, Glee Club '45, '46, '47, Swimming Club '45, '46, May Day '45. TOMMY HALL, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. l. Hall, 980 Fair Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Hi-Y 'Y45, '46, '47, Hi-Y Carnicus '45, Movie Operator '44, '45, '46, '47, Football Announcer '46. CHARLES H. HAM. IR.. son of Mr. C. H. Hom. Sr.. 4313 High School Street. Knoxville, Tenn. GIF H947 CECIL HAMMER. son of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Hammer, 617 Woodrow Avenue, Fountain City, Tennessee. Band '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Bus Patrol '44, '45, Band klvlanager '46, '47, Distributitive Education Club '46, '47. !9!!J:,'9fAJ WANDA MAY HARRIS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Harris, 228 Marion ff!!! fl ' treet, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, Skating Club '45, '46, May X Day '45, '46, Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Christmas Cwlee Club Cantata, '45, '46, '47. 'lf J ELEANOR L. HARROD, au ter o M and s. L. E. Harrod, Route l, Knox- ville, Tenn. Transfer e l, Brinkley rkansas '44 to Powell High School. c s Club ' .I T Central High '45. Glee Club '46, '47. Qgysbll, " LORAINE I-IATMAKER. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Hatmaker, Route 5, Knoxville, Tenn. Horne Economics Club at Caryville High School '43, '44, Home Economics Club at Iacksboro High '44, '45, Distributors Club '46, '47. WILLIAM G. I-IENSON. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Henson, "A" Street, Fountain City, Tenn. Iunior Honor Society '43, '44. WILLIAM HARVEY HILLHOUSE. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hillhouse, 108 Rose Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. lunior Honor Society '44, '45, Senior Honor So- city, '46, '47, President of Senior Tonor Society '46, Beta Club '46, '47, Band '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, State Band Contest at Nashville '46, Band Officer '46, '47, Science Club '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Secretary of Science Club '44, President of Science Club '45, Iunior Classical League '44, '45, '46, Treasurer of Iunior Classical League '46, Hiking Club '45, '46, Sacki-Ty Club '45, '46, '47, Vice- President of Sacki-Ty '46, Bowling Club '45, Latin Club '44, Science Talent Search '46, "Skule Klown Kapers" '45. ERNEST C. HODGE. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hodge, 403 Watauga' Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Basketball '46, '47, Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Christ- mas Cantata '44, '45, '46, Glee Club Concert '45, "Bits o' Blarney" '45. HOFFMANN, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Wesley Hoffmann, 529 Emoriland Knoxville, Tenn. Iunior Honor Society '43, '44, '45, Treasurer of Honor Society '45, Senior Honor Society '46, '47, Band '43, '44, '46, '47, Band Contest '46, Band Clinic, '45, '46, '47, Band Captain '46, '47, Latin Club '43, '44, '45, '46, Vice-President of Latin Club '45, Library Assistant '45, '46, Iunior P.-T, A. Council '43, '44, '45, Debating Club '46, '47, Movie 'Operator '46, '47, Hiking Club '45, '46, Sacki-Ty '44, '45, '46, '47, Secretary of Sa'cki-Ty '45, '46, Vice-President of Sacki-Ty '46, '47, "Skule Klown Kapers" '45, CEN- TRALITE Staff '45, '46, '47, Beta Club '47. LO L ID aughe of 6r. and Mrs. . C. Holliday, 3019 Wash- ingt ' oxville, T . Gfee Club '43 ' , ' ' all '43, '44, ' r '45, '46, C Staff '45, '46, . -J ""' MARION HOLLINGSWORTH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hollingsworth, lr., 935 West Sixth Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Iunior Classical League '43, '44, Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, Glee Club '44, '45, '46, "Skule Klown Kapers" '45, Y-Teens '46, '47, Christmas Cantata '45, 46. MILDRED LILLIAN HOLLINGSWORTH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hollings- worth, Ir., 935 West Sixth Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Iunior Classical League '43, '44, Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, '46, Y-Teens '46, '47, Christmas Cantata, '45, '46, Glee Club '44, '45, '46, "Skule Klown Kapersf' '45. BOB HOUSER. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Houser, 4505 Hutton Street, Knoxville, Tennessee. Science Club '42, 43, Latin Club '42, '43, Hiking Club '42, '43, '44 '45, Central's Representative at Knoxville lunior Recreation Council '45, '46, Cheerleader '45, '46, '47, Head Cheerleader '46, '47. 141' Nu-' -BJ. TFIHHE SIENIICPRS IOHN HOUSLEY, son oi lvir. .ind Mrs, l. R. Housley Sr., 4563 Greendtrle Road, Knoxville Tenn. President st Freshman Cla'ss '42, '43. Transferred to Central from Pennington High School, Penniagon, Virginia, '44, Glee Club '46, '47, Cheerleader '46, '47. NORMA IEAN HUCKLEBERRY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Huckleberry 2222 Shipman Place, Knoxville, Tenn. Attended Ottawa Hi-:Ei Sfliocwl, Ctttrwir Kanstrs, Heine Eronorriibs Club, Girl Reserves, Red Cross Citi: Del trtirig Clui. Trtrnsferrezl to Central D-ft.: '43, Glee Club '44, '45, '46, 47, Cfrrietrn rs Cantata. IAMES THOMAS HUTFAKER, son of lv"r and lirs l. A Hutt rl-' r '70 Fw 'r Ro rd, Fountain City, Tenn. i , Cir. - .,, . .. ..i. r .' . -1 .sea ALMA IEAN HUNLEY, .i1tIQl1i6r :,. lffr. ana Mrs. I. P. iiu:..'g' Suns1 Trail, Fountain City Tenn. Gif. Reserves '44, 45, 46 Hrrne Econo i Cruz. 45, 46 Glee Club, '45 '46, Christmas Cantata 45. Li: 47 if--41, Q,Lw..., ,9 .. ,. ,K A x 7 . , x , Q' In . " H I . ,P lr" vi " , Lx MARY LOUISE I'IU'4bfl. Jnfjgfter rf' Mr. 3. Mra C. A. Hutton 5645.5 ifth Avenue, Kp-oxvilger ennx,..1s.nx9"'Club Q43 4, 45, '46s Home F::no:ri Club '44, '45 46141 Girl erves ,44, '45 X46, '47,,Se'sretary of Gixi Fe ves '46 lunicr .on rl Societ '42, "44 '45 tier P,1T: A. Council 45145 '47 Vire- lfgasfirirrrtvignior PKT. A.,f,':'.:i:iiIi 46 Sedretary of lunirr R.-'f. 'fu .T'f.LI11'1l 46 nv, spamsi. cruz 45, 'ie of-Q :ff 45, '44, '45 45. 1 , WYNONA ADELENE HYATT. daughter ct Mr. grid Mrs. 33:12, QQ4 Forint: Road, Fountain City, Tenn, C:nCett Band 42, 44 45 46 47, Band Stit- Cornpetition Festival in Nashviiie 46. Orchestra '46 47 fate-Fzesiderit 5 Crrrrzrzierfial Ciuig '46, 47 Swimming Club '4'. HARRIET L. IACKSON, d rugziter cf Mrs. l-l. C. la:kson, Fulton Road, Fountain City, Tenn. Transferred from Christenberry in '44, At Christenberry: Glee Club '43, '44, Girl Reserves '43, 44, Treasurer of Freshman Girl Reserves '43. At Central: Girl Reserves '44 45 '46, Secretary of Girl Reserves '45, 'Skule Klown Kapers" '45, Skating Club 45, '46, Glee Club '44, '45, '46, '47, May Day '45 "Fun Night" '45, Drarnatics Club '46, '47, Candidate for May Queen '46, "Never Trust a Man" '46, Hall Monitor '45, '46, Music Chairman of Girl Reserves '46. DOROTHY LOUISE IOHNSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. lohnson, 4916 Third Street, Knoxville, Tenn. Home Economics Club '44, '45, Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, Bowling Club 44, '45, May Day Program '45, 46, Glee Club '45, '46, Girl Reserve Basketball Team '44, '45, Kittens Basketball Team '46, '47, -' 7 .' V V 1 '77 Q, FRANK IOHNSON, son of Mr, nd Mrs. Blaine F. Iohnson, 664 Cedar Lane, Foun- tain City, Tenn. Clinton High School, Football Manager '43, Latin Club '43, Transferred to Central lan. 44, Iunior P.-T. A. Council '46 '47, GEORGE O. KEATON. scn of Mr. and Mrs, l. C. Keaton, Greenwzy-Beverly Road, Route l2, Fountain City, Ten , 1,7 ,Z af f WlI.I.IAM L. KECK, son or Mr. and Mrs. I-l. L. Keck, 660 Fittn Avenue Faun- tdin City, Tenn, Band '42 43, '44, Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, 47, Football '44 '45, '46 Basketball '44, '45, "C' Club '45 '47, Track '45, Kitchen Club '44 45, 0 ROB TZ, : Mr. and Mrs. . ' 'ewlin 437 Rennoc Road, un ity, Tenn rligh School, adi ' onsin. Band '43, '44, '45. n e red I I CHIP H947 BEVERLY B. KREIS. daughter of lvir. and Mrs. G. C, Kreis, 4501 Kinqstcn Pike, Knoxville, Tenn. Girl Reserves '44, Swimming Club '45, '46, May Day Prcaram '45 Glee Club '45, '46, Band Sponsor '46. ROBERT EUGENE LEWIS, scn cf Mr. and Mrsf C. A. Lewis, Fountain City, Route 2. Band '45, '46, '47. MARGARET LOUISE LEWIS, titrualrfsr at Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Lewis Rs-.lie 7, Knoxville, Tenn. Formerly in Hiatt St-hcwol at Asheville, N. C., and Bearaen llicrli School, Home Economics Club 43, 44, Distributive Ectuwrticri Club -Q6 -27. EVELYN ELIZABETH LISENBEE. dauqhter cf Mr. rind Mrs. Arriola ' Qiserrbee, Route l3, Fountain City, Terirhllalls l-liah Scliool '47, 44. T rrrsfered to Central '45, Skating Club '45, 46 Glee Club '46, - 7 ' . 4 f ,f f Q' K - IOHN C. LONGMIRE. son of Mr. .ind Mrs. ll. I... Lonqrnire, Villa Read F:.Lrit.:in City, Tenn. Football '44, '45, HLY 46, '47. MILDRED ELOISE LOWE. daughter ct Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lowe, Trlery Road, Route 2, Knoxville Tenn. lunrcr Classical League '44, '45, Spanish C5252 45, '46. KATHRYN LYNCH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly A. Lynch, 414 Maple Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '44, '45, '45, Home Economics Club '45, Bowlinq Club '45, '46, Band '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, tate Band Comes! '46, Band Concerts '44 '45 '6 C. CHARLTON MABRY, Pike, Route 6, Knoxville, Tenn. Band '44, '45, '46, '47, Science Club '44, '46, '47, Treasurer of Science Club '46, '47. BETTY RUTH MATTHEWS, dauahter of Mrs. Mildred Matthews Powell Station. Girl Reserves '44, '45, Y-Teens '46, '47, Girl Reserve Basketball Tteam '44, '45, Y-Teen Basketball Team '46, '47, Kittens Basketball Team '46, '47, 'fumbling Team '44, '45, Iuriiar Honor Society '44 '45, lunior Classical League '44, '45, Home Economics Club '44, '45, '46, '47, Commercial Club '46, '47, Bowling Club 4'5, '46, '47, Gym Assistant '47. CHARLES R. MCBEE. son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter McBee. Washinqron Pike. Corryton, Tenn. Four-H Club '42, '43, '44, '45, Football '42, '43, '-44. DORIS MCFARLAND. qhter of Mr and Mrs. E. I. McFarland, 7l3 'West land Drive, Kno ille, nn Girl serves '44, ' , '46, Y-Teens '46, 47, Vice- President of Y- ens ' 7, cretar o Yjfeenf 6, Y-Teens Basketball Team '46, '47, lnt r- b. unci '46, '7,??il Res ves Conference Deleaare to North Caroli 4 nio one S ci ty ' 4, , Glee Club '44, '45, Skule Klown Kape ' ib Ass' a' 45, ommercial Club '46, '47, Pub- licity Chairm om cial ub ' '47, unior Classical Leaque '44, 45, Home Economics Club '4 , '46, 7. RUBYE ELISABETH MCGHEE. clauqnter of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGhee, Route 12, Beverly Road, Fountain City, Tenn. Home Economics Club '44, '45, 46, Glee Club '46, '47, A7 ill!-HIE SIENIICDRS VIRGINIA MCGHEE, daughter of lvfr. Sam R. McGhee, Riverside Drive, Route 4, Knoxville, Tenn. HAROLD KENNETH MELTON, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Melton, Route l, Knoxville Tenn. Four-H Club '44, '45, '46, Science Club '45, '46, Distributive Education Club '46, '47. BILL B. METLER. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Metler, Dutch Valley Road, Knoxville, Tenn. CLAUDE R. MILLER, IR.. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Miller, l8Ul Dandridge Ave- nue, Knoxville, Tenn. Hiking Club '43, '44, Sacki-Ty '45, '46, Band '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Band Concerts '44, '45, '46, '47, Band Contest '46, Regional Contest '47. LOWELL FRANK MILLER, son of Mrs. I. F. Miller 305 NV. Sixth Avenue Fountain City, Tenn. Football '44, '45, '46, "C" Club '45 '46, Hi-Y '45, 46, Secretary of I-IiAY '46, '47. P QGY MILLER. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Miller, 212 E. Oldham Street, 1 K 'xvili Term. I 57" , , FRANCES IRENE MILLS. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Milis 115 Meaiowview Drive, Knoxville Tenn. Girl Reserves '43 '44, '45 Home E'-:nomics Club '43, '44, '45, '47, lunior Honor Society '44 '45, '46, Cornmerfiil Club '45, '46, '47, Home Economics Ciiioe Monitor '46, '47 Glee Club, '45, 46. LUCILLE IOSEPHINE MINTON, daughter of Mas. I. A. Minton, Route 7, Knox- ville, Tenn. 4' ' ' V f 1 ' I N, I X. Q1 . I l 5 HARRY B. MORGAN. s of Mr. 'ind Mrs. Fred M. Mgr' .n, Route 6 Knox ville, Tenn. Honor So ' y '43, '44, Vice-President earn '46, '47. HAROL IS, son oi l and Mrs. Ha d H. Morris, l406 Edgewood Avenue, xvil , Tenn. Eand.J , '47, Sci Club '46, Basketball '45. O 5 o 91 YV . I V GI A MCSE , dau er of . and Mrs. an vi r, 2549 Wash- ington Pi e, o vii enn. V 'riet ow '44, Ho nonti Club '44, '45, '46, '47, Y-, en ' , ' , Pro a Chairman -Teens '45, Secretary oi Distributive E tion Cl , 5, '46, ome Eoonom s Office Monitor '47. PHYLLIS BARBARA MOYERS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Moyers, 4ll Spring Street, Knoxville, Tennessee. Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, lunior Classical League '44, '45, Home Economics Club '45, '46, '47, Commercial Club '46, '47, Hall Monitor '45, '46. GIF 1947 MARGARET L. MUSTOE, daughter of Mrs. L, E. Mustoe 117 Rose Avenue Fountain City, Tennessee. Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, '46, Y- Teens '46, '47 Vice-President of Girl Reserves '44, '45, Social Chairman of Girl Reserves '46, Vice-President cf Y-Teens '46, Home Economics Club '45, '46, Curtain Club, '46, '47, Secretary of Curtain Club '46, '47, "Skule Klown Kapers" '45, "Shes a Neat Iob" '46, Inter-Club Council '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Vice-President of Inter-Club Council '46, Commercial Club '45, '46, Social Chairman of Commercial Club '45. BETTY L. MYNATT. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lohn L. Mynatt, Holston Drive, Knoxville, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, Yflneens '46, '47, Home Economics Club '43, '44, '45, Curtain Club '46, '47. ' ' 5 .. on J 7 'AFX' ' LUE ELLA MYNATT. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lames P. Mynatt, Beverly Road, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, Distributors Club '46, '47. RALPH NICHOLS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols, Fountain City, Route 12. Four-H Club '44, '45, '46, '47. RICHARD WAYNE NICHOLS, son of Mrs. Vv'illie Nichols, 110 Conner Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Football '44, '45, Football Manager '46, Glee Club '45, '46, '47, Hi-Y '45, '46, '47, East Tennessee Track Meet '44, '45, '46, "C" Club '47. MARGARET LOUISE OGLESBY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon C. Cglesby, Riverside Drive, Route 4, Knoxville, Tenn. Distributors Club '46, 47. 4 6 N -. D", ' -if 'JI os, "" Wi DON L. OVERTON. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Overton, 332 East Calchill Avenue, Knoxville, Tennessee. Transferred from Christenberry lunior High '43, Christenberry Band '42, '43, Central Band '43, '44, '45, Football '45, '46, DEWEY OWENS. son of Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kennedy, Central Avenue Pike, Knoxville, Tenn. Latin Club '43, '44, "White Phantom" '44, "School Klown Kapers" '45, Distributors Club '45, '46, Business Manager ot CENTRALITE '47, "She's a Neat lob" '46. KARL PARROTT, IR.. son of Mr. and Mrs. 1. K. Parrott, 1915 Chicago Avenue, Knoxville, TennesseeQ President of Freshman Latin Club '43, '44, Organized Sacki-Ty Club '44, '45, Hi-Y '45, '46, '47, Drum Maior '46, '47, March and Concert Band '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Movie Operator '43, '44, '45, '47. MARTHA LA FERNE PASCHAL, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. P. L. Paschal. Buffat Road, Knoxville, Tenn. Home Economics Club '44, '45, Glee Club '46, '47. I . BARBARA HARRIETTE PENTRACK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1. F. Pantrack, 2308 North Broadway, Knoxville, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, lunior Honor Society '43, '44. Transfered from Christenberry lunior High '44. "Skule Klown Kapers" '45, lunior Honor Society '44, '45, '46, Vice-President of lunior Honor Society '45, Senior Honor Society '46, '47, Vice-President of Senior Honor Society '46, '47, Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, '47, President of Girl Reserves '46, Social Chairman of Girl Reserves '47, Science Club '44, '45, '46, Secretary of Science Club '44, Vice-President of Science Club '45, Latin Club '44, '45, '46, Secretary ot Latin Club '45, Hiking Club '44, '45, '46, Library Assistant '45, '46, '47, lunior P.-T. A. Council '45, 46, Secretary of lunior P.-T. A. Council '45, '46, Secretary of Senior Class '46, '47, Beta Club '47. LEE PRESTON PERKINS, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Perkins, 212 Cherokee Avenue. Science Club '42, '43, '44, Football Team '46. We -5 'dl-P' are 1 17" llllil SIENIIURS BOB PSRR! son cf Mr. and Mrs. Robert l, Perry, l7l7 Vfest Clinch Avenue, Knoxvine ienn. IOYCE STAIR PETERS. daughter of Mr. Ben-cnnin H. P"f-rs Cl-c:'vi".v Hills, Kzioxville Tenn. , lu UI ' .. L 5 NANCY L. PIER E. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S, Y. Pierce, l3O Fountain Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Iunior P.-T. A. Council '43, '44, Honor Society '44 Girl Reserves 44, '45, '46 Senior Y-Teens '46, 47 Bowling Clur '44, '45, 46, '47 Glee Clue '45, '46, '47. I MARIORIE PIPER, daughter of Mr. and . , W. iper ZZXI Emzriland Boule- vard, Knoxville,xTerin. luribiul-lo ociety '41 ' Senior Honor Society '46, '47 . 'ional Beta'-QINJ '4 , eco d linkage Sc olarship '45, Crchestra '43, '44 4, I ior Cl 5-11lfQggue 4, '45, '46,s ational Latin Tour- nament 4 '45i, " e n Kapers" '45, I-lilcin '44, '45, '46, Girl Re s,a-E '45, cient Order 911 ' 5, '46 '47, Iunior P.-T. A. Cou ' , 47, Library Assistant '46, ' ' CRA FAITH POWERS. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Powers, 66l Fourth Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Toccoa High School, Toccoa, Georgia '43, '44, '45. Transferred to Central '45. Home Econcrnics Club '45, '46, lunior Honor Society '45, Glee Club '46, '47, Commercial Club '46, '47, President Commercial Club '46, '47, CENTRALITE Annual Staff Typist '46 '47, National Beta Club '47, LILY MAE PRUEITT. daughter or Mr. and Mrs. N. Edu-J':r1 Frueitt Autt Road Knoxville, Tennessee. f1'12f'5 V L Ala 1 Q 1244.4 ,g,.,.4,r' . NALD H. RAND, son of Mr. an. Mrs. Milcolni I. Rini, 4Q5 Renncc Road untain City, Tenn. lunior Honor Societ '4 , ' 5, Treasurer funior Honor Society '45, Senior Honor Society '46, '47, L S '43, '44, 45 '46, Spanish Club '45, '46, Iunior P.- ' ouncil ' , '47 Sacki-T ri '45, '46, '47, Beta Club '47, Band '4 ' , 47, Ba t' , '46, '47 Band Clinic at Iohnson City '46, o estival at I s ity '46, State Band Contest at Nashville '46, Student Director of Band '4 , '47, Band Clinic it Maryville '47. DONALD REEVES, son of Mr. and Mrs. l. A. Hershey, 136 VVhittle Springs Road, Knoxville, Tenn. Football '45, '46, Hi-Y '46, '47, "C" Club '46, Honor Society '45, Latin Club, '46, Spanish Club '46, Movie Operator '45, '46, '47, Hiking Club '45, '46. IEAN YNE. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lame-s H, Rhyne, 434 Forest Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Latin Club '43, '44, '45, Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, Monitor '45, '46. IOE S. RHYNE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Rhyne, Route 2, Powell Station, Tenn. National Iunior Honor Society '44, '45, Senior Honor Society '46, '47, National Beta Club '47. Q Q IIIVIIVIY ROBBINS, Sort if Mr '1 IS. C. :G ' 'I15. CVT-'1" STV" if ff, llrtmxtille, Tenn. BOBBIE E. ROBERTS. olaugii er ' 1 . Mrs. F ' 7. Rat erts '.'.'as:t1rif3ifJIA P,e,'r'f,T Gdf-.'7.'.'. li'-Teens '46, Cu t i ' ,Q 6, '47, inte F' LCUT1f'il lc iincxville ir ves 43 44 sF tr'retary. jf it ci 94' ' OIF i947 CARI. "I.ON" ROBERTS. son of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Roberts, 212 Lynnview Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Hi-Y '43, '44, '46, '47, Football '42, '43, '44, '46, "C" Club '43, '44, '46, Service in U. S. Navy '45, Basketball '44, '46, '47, Lunch Room '42, '43, '4, '46, '47, CHARLES ROBERTS, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Roberts, Route 7, Knoxville Tenn. IAMES DALE ROBERTSON. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Robertson, East Kester- wood Drive, Fountain City, Tenn. Junior Honor Society '44, '45, Senior Honor Society '46, '47, Beta Club, '47, Band '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, State Band Con- test at Nashville, '46, Band Officer '45, '46, '47, Concertmaster of Band, '46, '47, Swing Band '44, '45, Debating Club '45, '46, '47, President oi Debating Club '46, '47, State Debating Contest '46, Library Assistant '44, '45, '46, '47, "Skule Klown Kapers" '45, Hiking Club '45, '46, Ancient Order of the Alchem- ists '45, '46, Vice-President of Ancient Order of the Alchemists '45, '46, Iunior Classical League '44, '45, '46, '47, Vice-President lunior Classical League '46, Sacki-Ty Club '45, '46, '47, Editor-in-Chief CENTRALITE, Senior Edition. Variety Show '44, IOHN W. ROBINSON. son oi Mr. and Mrs, O. F. Robinson, 701 I-liawassee Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. Christenberry in Freshman Year. Glee Club '42, '43, Basketball '42, '43, Entered Central in '43, Football Manager '45, Glee Club '46, '47, Foot- ball '46, '47, Skating Club '45, '46, Gym Assistant '46, '47, "Never Trust a Man" '46, Track '47, PHILIP I. RUGG, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Rugg, 102 Rose Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Band '44, '45, '46, '47, State Band Contest at Nashville '46, Sacky-Ty '46, '47, Science Club '45, '46, '47, Band Ctiicer '46, '7, Golf Club '46, '47, Basketball '45, '46, '47, IAMES T. RYDER. son of Mr. and Mrs. lames B. Ryder, 6l4 Iacksboro Pike Fountain City, Tenn. , Q, ru .,-'f' ' v' kj ,x lv PAULINE SATTEHFIELD. daugliter oi Mr. and Mrs. Iames Satterfield, 39lO North Broadway, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, 46. EDITH SAVAGE. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Savage, ll3 Templeton Street Fountain City, Tenn. Glee Club '43, '44, '45, Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, '46 '47, Hall Monitor '45, '46, Office Monitor '46, '47, National Beta Club '47, BUD SHERROD, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Sherrod, Dogwood Road, Fountain City, Tenn. Hi-Y '44, '45, '46, "C" Club '43, '44, '45, '46, Football '43, '44, '45, '46, Alternate Captain of Footbal Team '46, Kitchen Club '44, '45, '46, Vice-President of Senior Class '46, '47, HAL EDWARD SHERROD, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Sherrod, Route Knoxville, Tenn. RUTH SIENKNECHT. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sienknecht, 2340 Ocoee Trail, Knoxville, Tenn. Girl Reserves '44, lunior P.-T. A. Council '45, '46, EUGENE C. SILVEY. son of Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Silvey, Babely Road, Knoxville Tenn. Four-H Club '42, '45, D. E. Club '46, '47, .-qu firm TIHIIE SIENIIORS IANET FORISTER SITTON. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, E. F. Sitton, 648 Fair Ave' nue, Fountain City, Tenn. Home Economics Club '43, '44, '45, Girl Reserves '43 '44 '45, Bowling Club 44, '45, '46, "Skule Klown Kiyzers' '45. BOB L. SMITH. son of Mr. and Mrs, O. L, Smith, Ciiilhowee Drive, Holston Hills Knoxville, Tenn. CARCLYN GAINES SMITH, daughter of Rev, and Mrs. Roscoe C. Smith, Sr., 5003 lnsl-zip Road, Knoxville, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, Variety Show '44, '45, Debating Club '45, '46, Operetta '46, Swimming Club '45, '46, Girls' Bas- lxetball Team '45, '46, Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Cantata '45. HAZEL SMITH. daughter of MT. and Mrs. M. M. Smith, Route 5, Knoxville, Tenn. Girl Reserves 43, '44, '45, '46, Publicity Chairman of Girl Reserves '45, '46, Sports Chairman of Girl Reserves '44, '45, Captain of Girl Reserve Basketball Team '44, '45 Home Economics Club '44, '45, Y-Teens '46, 47, Cap- tain of Y-Teen Basketball Team '46, '47, Curtain Club '46, '47, Commercial Club '45 '46, Kitchen Club '45, '46, '47, Regular CENTRALITE Staff '46, '47, Annual CENTRALITE S'aff '46, '47 Captain of Kitten's Basketball Team '46, '47, Gym Assistant '47. :W BETTY IO SOLOMON. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. VV. F. Solomon, 33l0 Fairway Drive, Knoxville, Tenn. Bradley High School, Cleveland, Tennessee. Latin Club '43, '44, '45, Spanish Club '45, '46, Home Economics Club '43, '44, '45, TRUM- PETER Staff '43 '44, '45, '46, Book Club '44, '45, Pep Club, '44, '45, '46. Trans- ferred to Central High School, Knoxville Tennessee, December, l95. Y-Teens '46, '47, Curtain Club '46, '47, Iunior P.-T. A. '46, '47, Girl Reserves '45, '46. ESTHER DOLORES SPITZEH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Spitzer, Money Place, Knoxville Tenn. Girl Reserves '45. EVELYN IEAN SPITZER. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Spitzer, Route 2 Foun- tain City, Tenn. Home Economics Club '43, '44, '45. Transferred from Halls High School '45. Girl Reserves '45, D. E. Club '46, '47. l54l VIRGINIA SPITZER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Spitzer, l54l Money Place, Knoxville, Tenn. Iunior Girl Reserves '45, 'I-16. PATSY IOYCE STALLARD. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Stallard, 1503 Edge- wood Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. Girl Reserves '42, '43, '44, '45, "Elmer" '45. 'Summons of Sariel" '46, "All-State Cast '46, "Never Trust a Man" '46, Thes- 'YK QM.. pian '46 '47, Dramatics '45, '46, '47, Kitchen Club '45, '46, '47. VANCE STAMPS, IR., son of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Stamps, 717 Maple Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. CARL "IAKE" STEELE, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Steels, 205 Eighth Avenue, Fountain Cit , Tenn. Football Manager '43, '44, '45, I-li-Y '45, '46 '47 Presi dent Club Y I I . Hi-Y '46, '47, President ot lunior Class '45, '46, Hi-Y "Carnicus" '45, Kitchen '46, '47, Cheerleader '46, '47, President of Senior Class '46, '47. BURCH BYRON STEWART, son of Mr. anal Mrs. B, D. Stewart, ll7 Lynnvievv Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Science Club '43, '44, '46, '47, President of Science Club '46, Science Talent Search '46 Chemistry Club '46, lunior Classical League '43, '44, '45, Honor Certificate in Regional Latin Tournament '44, Library As- sistant '44, '45, '46, Hiking Club '45, '46, Football '44, '45, Sacky-Ty Club '45, '46, '47. Qt ,Ht Q-IF! BILL STIPES. son of Mrs. Trula Stipes, Box 320, Route 2, Fountain City, Tenn. MILDRED L. STIPES, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Stipes, Washington Pike, Route 6, Knoxville, Tenn. Junior Honor Society '44. NADINE TALLEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Talley, Rutledge Pike, Knox- ville, Tenn. Home Economics Club 544, '45, '46, '47, Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, Spanish Club '45, '46, Commercial Club '46, '47, Bowling Club '46, '47, Senior Y-Teens '46, '47, Y-Teen Basketball Team '46, '47, ANNA LYNN TERRY, granddaughter ot Mr. E. I. Terry, 4l6 Watauga Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Commercial Club '45, '46, Iunicr P.-T. A. Council '46, '47. f6 'W' BILL C. TERRY, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Terry, 3308 Whedbee Road, Knox ille, Tenn. Karns High Shcool '43, '44, Baseball '44, F, F. A. ' ' . ranw' rred to Central '44. Junior Classical League '45, '46, '7, Social Chairman unior Clas- sical League '46, '47, Science Club '45, '46, lunior Honor Society '45, '46, Senior Honor Society '46, '47, Treasurer of Senior Honor Society '46, Dramatics '46, '47, "Sl'ie's a Neat lab" '46, Debating Club '46, '47, Delegate to Volunteer Boys' State '46, Beta Club '47, Sacki-Ty '45, '46, '47, Fourth place Knox County Latin Tournament '45, National Latin Tournament '46, Junior P.-T. A. Council '45, '46, President Junior P.-T. A. Council '46, '47, CENTRALITE '46, '47. Jtzfiad' Qtfw IO ANN THOMPSON, . r. a rs. E. l. Thompson, Cedar Lane Knoxville, Tenn. Home Rconornics Cl '44, '45, Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, Bowling Club '44, '45, rdgra '45, '46, Swimming C b '45, '46, '47. ' L ' if ,fx-,P - ' mkfcf " .N PHILIP A. THOMPSON, son ' dflvlrs. D. . Thornpson, 633 Orlando Street, Knoxvilb T n. Band 4 , '45, '46, ' , an cert'-46, '47, State Band Contest at a h '46, Regular CENTRA Edtorial Staff '45, '46, '47, Edit r of 'R'e l TRA E '46, '47 ' H orxSociety '45, Senior Honor S ' ' ' 6, ' , vi Op '45, '46, '47, tage Manager '45, '46, '47, The n ub Beta'Clk 1 , Debatin Club N45, '46, '47, Secretary of Debatin Club, , Hiking lb '45, '46, Latin Club '43, '44, Spanish Club '45, '46, Science Club '43, '44, " kule Klown Kape-rs" '45. IACK TILLETT, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tillett, Route 3, Corryton, Tenn. Transferred from Gibbs High School in '45, Movie Operator '46, '47. o l if f ' ,ff ,4H"'- Juwfffh' IUBNITA MARIE TINDELL, daughter Mr. and Mrs. VMI. L. Tindell, 301 Vtfebb Road, Knoxville, Tenn. Home Economics Slub '43, '44, '45, Swimming, '45, '46, '47, Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, '47. RICHARD WILLIAM TRUAN, son of Mr. and Mrs. I.D. Truan, Sr., lacksboro Pike, Knoxville, Tennessee. 4sgtFf" ' f1.U'l C. P. TU'DOR, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Tudor, 309 Forest Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Iunior Honor Society '43, '44, Glee Club '43, '44, '45, "Bits o' Blarney" '45, Christmas Cantata '44, '45, Glee Club Concert '5, Science Club '5, Science lub '46, '47, Beta Club '47. DORIS IEA ANDEGRIFF. 7 her of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Vandegritf, lnskip Road, vil enn. o Eco rn-ics Club '44, '45, '46, Spanish Club '45, '46, r ist t"45, ' N io l Beta Club '46, '47. skit? wi ce e me X. Yla- 1217 if . 4? ws. ,1."..ff 15" T11-11E SIENIICPR5 JOYCE VANDEGRIFF daughter of Mr and Mrs VV M Vand gritf ZOO East Adair Drive Fountain City tenn Home Efonormcs Club 43 44 45 Girl Re- ves 43 44 5 ig 1111 e 111 47 av Day At111et1 s 46 Grl Res rve Ba k t 111 Te1m 4 45 Kitten B1s1cet1a11 Te P1 1 e der 46 M RY PAULINE VEAI. 1au ,11t r 111 1 1V'rs I. 'D We 1 271 C11 1 111 IW e or 1 1 If 1141 UU11 3 Sku Kiown a1ers a111 11 C, 1 4 1 r 1rv Assistant 44 45 Oftir' 1 Monitor 46 47 G1r1 Res rve 3 11e1su1f1 ot GII1 Reserv s 46 Pres11111an La 111 C1u1 43 44 1u11 or C1ass1c'a1 91111 4 C N RALITL Stn' 40 4 unior P T A Counc11 44 4 YTeens 46 47 PRINCE VINEYARD IR s JS P A V11 'v rd 4512 Wortr Bro1o1Wav Fount 111 City Tenn PHILIP WIILIAM VOLTZ son ef r andy Mrs P W Volt? 5316 S11 'r o K orive F untain C1.tv ,,enn, Footba11 44 G5 46 Ba etb111 Mana er' H 'V 45 46 47i,1u111cr Honor Society 44 45 Tfkasurer Q Iunior nov Soei ty 44 S mor Honor So IGLV 47 Junior P T A 'Co nul '44 45 47 President ef 1u111o1 'P T ,A Cbunml 44 45 Sac' Ty C11411 '144 45 46 Tr asurer of r6s11111111 Class Q C1J1U 45 6 C1h11 461' 4 Lxbrary A S1S1lI11 44 L45 45 7 Slfl fss1SfD'fffot nnual and Fiegularf LNTPALITE 45 46 P1es1 an gebfu up 44 Sop1o1n re A1g bra Cu 4 Stat1o1 PHY 19 Co11ve11t1o11 4 VV' HENRY WAGGONER IR V175 46' nry G JV 1gg31er Sr Hou 7 Knoxville T ea Ce 1 101HSd tne Armv De 10 1 42 ff' entered Centra e Army ile Q '1 ovet 6142 rr v on Heavy a Me om: b11I1I 1GIG GI41 C1116 454 46 National Beta C r IH Ghib 4 Opeeta 45 Sr s a Nea o Christmas Program 4 Monitor 46 Program C 'nrman 46 I-1a11 Mom or 40 Program Charfman urtain C1ub 46 WESLEY W WAGGO ER son of Nr anel Mrs Henrx G M IQU ne S oute 7 Knoxv111e enn .nemo Marchm Band 45 4 C nc rt Bm Musr I-'es 1 IS11VI11f 46 te 1u1 nta a C. a 1 111 x f sis 46 1 1 4 Gym Tra 4 H Ciu 7 G1 et vie 1 a ar 46 Court PEGG 'a gn: 1' . 1 ' . C. 7. 1' 1c'V'f, 'N'11r11ingto11 Pike oxvi ' ee C11111 '43, '44, ' 1, ' 7, '47 C1II1SIU1f Cantaa ' 5, I rney 45 Mel1n1caotAstr kan 46 May N1g11t 45 State 1 p ry interpretation in Interscano1as.ic Tennessee Lit,rary League . pan '46 '47, "Never Trust a Man" '46 Swimming C1ub '47. ESSIE WALKER daugrter of Mr. and Mrs. VV. Ott 11Va11cor, Vi11:1 Road, Knoxf vi11e, Tenn. Gir1 Reserv-s '43, '44, '45, Program Chairman of G1r1 Reserves '44, Hom, Economics C1ub '44, '45, '46, '47, Secretary 5' Home Economic' C1uk '44 '45, May Queen Court '45. FRANK A WALKER IR son of Mr and Mrs Frank C Wc11k 1 3249 Sut11er1a1d Avenue KIIOXVIHG Tenn S'arted at Bearden 43 H Y 44 45 Trea urer of H1Y 44 45 Dramatics Sophomore C1aSs P1ay Henp Cked Husband One a t ,lay for state competition Drums Transferred t C ntr 1 45 H Y 45 4 47 Ddegate State Cont renee 46 S11a111s1'1 C111 45 40 National Bet1 C1u1 A v rising taff of P guar ENTRALITE 46 A11 rising S f Annual' CENT RITE 47 MRRREN vd"Ug r of M and M s R M N rren 11 Z o vier Avenue oxvi G11'1 Preserves 43 5 A Teens 4 47 VTeen as tbal 46 47 Iunior Honor SUC1 ty 44 45 Sen 1-Ionor Society 47 Bowhng C1ub 46 47 S1 an1s11 Cluo 45 46 Cie Club 43 44 Swimming C111b 47 RICHARD M. WARREN, san of M1-, . hrs. 3,0153 1 . . 1, V 'gi Av111u', 1TfJ1l111C11I1 City, Teng.. '1'1I1I1Sif'II 1 1111111 f.,1i1a1's:,c,:' 15f'11'11 ig' eo, 111-f' '46, '47, H:111 Mo 'tor '46 '47. 2 Q MELVIN -T. WARWICK. son of Mrs. Beatrice VV' wick, 125 Hi11cr'ist Ho1111, Poun- tain City, Tenn. Track '43, '44, Spanish Club '45, '46, Www lo OIF H947 HELEN WATROUS, daughter of Ben A. Watrous, West Adair Drive, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '42, '43, '44, '45, Glee Club '45, '46, '47. Skating Club '45, '46, "The White Phantom" '43, "Elmer" '45, Dramatics Club '45, '46, '47. Girl Reserves Basketball Team "44, '45. NANCY IEAN WATROUS. daughter of Mr. B. A. Watrous, West Adari Drive, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, President of Girl Reserves '43, '45, Skating Club '45, '46, Kitchen Club '45, '46, '47, Y-Teens '46, '47, Girl Re- serve Basketball Tea'm '44, '45, Glee Club '43, '44, '45, '46, Mixed Octette '45, '46, "Bits of Blarney '45, Operetta '46, Christmas Cantata '44, Vice-President of P.-T. A. Council '46, '47, Curt 'n Club '46, '47. HERBE T HOOVER WATSON, son of Mrs. Ne P. Vfatson, l , tain City, Tenn. Hall High School '43, '44, Central '44, '45, '46, ' r as- sical League '46, '47. IOHN WEBSTER. son of Mr. and Mrs. Vf. O. VVebster, Mascot, Tenn. Safety Patrol '44, '45, '46. FRIEDA WEISGARBER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Weisgarber, Davis Avenue, Route 6. Girl Reserves '44, '45. CHARLES WHEELER, son of Mr. C. O. Wheeler, Route l, Knoxville, Tenn. Foote ball '44, '45, '46, '47. HAROLD G. WHITAKER. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Whitaker, 631 North Broad- way, Knoxville, Tenn. IRA GLYN WHITE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. White, Route 4, Knoxville, Tenn. KATHERINE WHITE. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. White, 3036 Lay Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. Elizabethton High School. Attendant to Ca'rnival Oueen '44, Girls' Drill Squad '44, lournalism Club '44, Home Economics Club '44, '45, Artist for Home Economics Club '45, Glee Club '44, '45, '46, Dramatic Club '44, '45, '46, Program Chairman Dramatic Club '45, Secretary Dramatic Club '46, Spanish Club '46, P.-T. A. Representative of Spanish Club '46, Flasher Staff '46, '47, Petition Committee Chairman for Football Stadium '46, Decoration Chairman of lunior-Senior Banquet '46, Program Chairman for Home Room '46, Office Assistant '46, Typing Medal '46. Transferred to Central High School, Knoxville, Tennessee, September '46, S. O. S. Club '47, Program Chairman S. O. S. Club '47, Commercial Club '47, Program Committee Commercial Club '47, Feature Writer CENTRALITE '47. BARBARA I. WHITED, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, M. D. Whited, 521 Fourth Ave- nue, Fountain ity, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, May Day Program '45, May Queen Attendant '46, Cheerleader '46, '47. HELEN G. WHITLOCK. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Whitlock, l53O Blanken- ship Street, Knoxville, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, Home Economics Club '44, lunior Honor Society '45, Glee Club '45, '46, Distributors Club '46, '47. CHARLIE E. WILLIAMS, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Williams, 201 West Woodrow Avenue Fountain, City, Tenn. Iunior P.-T. A. Council '44, '45, '46, Skating Club '45, '46. .' .W TIHHE SIENHORS A E R. WILLIAMS, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Vfilliams, Route 6, Knoxville, .'Band '43, '44, '45, '46, Football '44, Four-H Club '43, '44, '45, '46, MARY ELIZABETH WILSON. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. l. Wilson, 270 Cedar Lane, Fountain City, Tenn. Christenberry lunior High School '43, '44, Program A Chairman of Girl Reserves, Orchestra, May Day Program, Transferred to Knox- M f' 6 ville High School '44, '45, Girl Reserves, Blue and White Representative, Orches- tra, May Day Program, Transferred to Central High School, Girl Reserves '45, '46, '47, Bowling Club '45, '46, May Day Program '46, Orchestra '46, '47, Swimming Club '45, '46, Spanish Club '45, '46. MELBA IOYCE WILSON, daughter of Mr. a'nd Mrs. S. R. Wilson, Washington Pike, Route 6, Knoxville, Tenn. Attended Harrolds lunior High in Greensburg, Pa., and Rutledge High School, Rutledge, Tennessee. Basketball Team '44 at Rutledge. Entered Ce tral ' 4. Girls' Resreves '45, '46, Swimming Club '45, '46, Home Economics Gly ' , owling Club '45, '46, Y-Teens '46, '47, ublicity Chair- man of Y-Teen ' , istrib'utors Club '46, '47, Publicity Chairman ot Distributors W'7'f ' UCILLE WIN'INGERf daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. B, Wininger, 405 A Street, Fountain City, Tenn. '46, '47. MARY FRANCES WOLFKIEL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lames E. Woltkiel, Sr., 5310 Shamrock Drive, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, '46, Y-Teens '46, '47, Swimming Club '46, Glee Club '43, '44, '45, Spanish Club '46, May Day '46, N MARY LOU WRIG r-when r. . C. i t Renjoc 'Ro a n. rcheergi ' , , 6, ' , 1 v s '43, , mmercial Club '46, '47, Bowling idb '45y- Hal Monitor '5, '46, fZ'4f7 ,C f ALVIN I. WYRICK. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Wyrick, 5l4 West Seventh, Foun- tain City, Tenn. Entered Brodd Creek Village High, Norfolk, Virginia, from Ocala High in Ocala, Florida, in '43, '44. Member Hi-Y '44, '45, Secretary Hi-Y '45, '46, Student Council '45, '46, Assistant Business Manager of Annual Staff '45, '46, Business and Professional Club '45, '46, Secretary of lunior Class '45, '46, Track Team '45, '46. Entered Central High from Broad Creek Village High '46. PHYLLIS ANNE WYRICK7 tighter of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. NVyrick, 327 West Woodrow, Fountain t enn. Girl Reserves '43, '44, '45, '46, Bowling Club '45, '46, '47, Home nomics Club '45, Senior Y-Teens '46, '47, Latin Club '43, '44, '45, Glee ub '46, '47. ywl"il"""5,,,X9"" Qygaiub- OSCAR YARBROUGH. son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Yarbrough, 608 Third Ave- nue, Fountain City, Tenn. Football '45, '46, "C" Club '46, Hi-Y '46, '47. TOMMY CATH, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Cate, l3l Woodburn Drive, Knoxville, Tenn. Band '45, '46, '47. DEANA CAROL DAVIES. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David W. Davies, 224 Lynn- view Avenue, Fountain City, Tenn. Girl Reserves '44, '45, '46, '47, Vice-Presi- dent of Girl Reserves '45, '46, Spanish Club '45, '46, Hall Monitor '45, '46, Commercial Club '45, '46, CAROLYN DEAVER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Deaver, 230 North Ault Street, Knoxville, Tenn, Home Ecoonmics Club "43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Bowling Club '45, '46, '47, Y-Teens '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Glee Club'43, '44, '45. l 1 if CPIF H9-47 EFFIE IANE HAMILTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Hamilton, Knoxville, Tenn., Route 5. Glee Club '45, '46, '47. BILL EUGENE HENSON. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Henson, 328 E. Scott Ave- nue, Knoxville, Tenn. Stair Tech High School, Football '43, Basketball '44, Gym Assistant '44, Transferred to '46, '47, Track '44, '47, Hi-Y '46, '47 Club '46, "C" Club '46, '47, Gym' Sophomore Class '45, Skating Club Central '44. Football '45, '46, Basketball Glee Club '46, '47, Vice-President of Glee Assistant '45, '46, '47, Vice-President of '46, Hi-Y Carnicus '46. BETTY HISCOCK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hiscock, ll6 East Adair Drive, Founta'in City, Tenn. lunior Honor Society '44, '45, President ol Iunior Honor So- ciety '45, Senior Honor Society '46, '47, Latin Club '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, Treas- urer Latin Club '43, Social Chairman Latin Club '44, '45, Girl Reserves '43, '44, President of Girl Reserves '44, Delegate to Regional Girl Reserve Conference at Bristol '44, Hiking Club '43, Science Club '44, '45, '46, '47, Treasurer Science Club '44, Latin Tourna'ment '43, '44, Secretary Science Club '46, Regular CENTRALITE Staff '44, '45, '46, '47, Iunior P.-T. A. Council '44, '45, '46, Spanish Club '45, '46, Debating Club '45, '46, Curtain Club '46, '47, Publicity Chair- man Curtain Club '46, '47, "Never Trust SAM PERRY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Skating Club '46, '47, Glee Club a Man" '47. I, N. Perry, High Street, Fountain City, Tenn. '46, '47, Operetta '46, Christmas Cantata '46 Hi-Y '45, '46, '47, Kitchen Club '45, '46, '47, "C" Club '46, '47, Basketball '46, '47 Football '44, '45, '46, '47. IEANNE PROVENCE, daughter of Mr. 1 and Mrs. F. R. Provence, Route 15, Knox- ville, Tenn. Commercial Club '46, '47, Bo g Clu ' 7. G ORGE CHAA . son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Schaad, Route 7, Knoxville, Tenn. tball '4l, '42, '43, Army '44, '45, East Tennessee Track Meet '43, '4,4. 7 ' A A 5 t ' Z fj J - IOHN SMOOT, son of Dr. and Mr . ohn R. Smoot, 3135 North Broadway, Knox- ville, Tenn. Iunior P.-T. A. Cou ' '43, '44, Football '44, '45, '46, '47, "C" Club '45, '46, Hi-Y '45, '46, '47, Libr ry Assistant '44, '45. IACK ADAMS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adams, West Sixth Avenue, Foun- tain City, Tenn. Football '45, '46, Basketball '44, '45, '46, Track Team '46. BARBARA ARMSTRONG, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lois H. Armstrong, Route 4, Knoxville, Tenn .Girl Reserves '44, Orchestra '45, '46, Bowling '44, '45, '46, '47, Publicity Chairman Bowling Club '47, Skating Club '46, Glee Club '47, COLLENE ANNE NEWMANN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. Newmann, Presi- dent of Home Economics Club, Anaconda High, Montana, '43, '44, Boots and Saddle Club, Catholic High '43, Glee Club and Choir, Catholic High '43, '44, Girl Reserves, Central, '45, '46, Distributors Club, Central, '46, '47, ROBERT H. TEMPLE, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Temple, Villa Road, Fountain City, Tenn. Football '43, '44, '45, Basketball '43, '44, '45, '46, '47, "C" Club '45, '46, '47, Kitchen Club '44, '45, LYMAN IEUL WEAVER, son oi Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Weaver, Gamble Drive, Knox- ville, Tenn. Transferred from Maynard High, Maynardsville, Tenn. to Central 45. Sacki-Ty '45, '46, '47, "She's a Neat Iob" '46, Basketball Manager, '46, '47, Business Staff of CENTRALITE '46, '47, Dramatics Club '46, '47, A ,as Sl' :sa N .- .F56"' ' ..::E:?5:,I.. . ::Ei:E:ES235?' Nw. ' 5522: 5 "X- H - Wa: 1" -5: .: :.::f ' fc: Wang vflw tt N5 f JL- lm 'Y' Nts BETTY HISCOCK 1IMMY ROBERTSON Baccalaureate Serrnon Central Methodist Church Knoxville Sunday May 25 730 p m REV R O ELLER Pastor Class Day Exercises School Auditorium Monday May Z6 800 p m Candle Liqhtlnq Ceremony and other Traditional Features Class Miss Hassle K Gresham presiding Processional COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES School Auditorium Friday May 30 8:00 p. m. Speakers: Betty Hiscovglclmmy Robertson Guest Speaker-Burqin E. Dossett, Commissioner of Education Presentaiton of Diplomas HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 47 None who were there w1ll ever forget that beautrful September day rn l944 when 350 Freshmen stood rn lrne beneath the trees of Central Hrgh Schools campus to regrster for entrance rnto lngh school How thrrlled and rmpressea we all were and how eagerly we began the four years whrch were to ao so qur lcly yet mean so mu h to us' Hrgh school was a great adventure and rn our enthuslasm We started cff proudly frttrng rnto the new 1 e Electron trme found us choosrng Ted Young presrdent Carolyn T-lodges vrce presrdent Brll Barton secretary and Phrlrp Voltz treasurer as leaders of our class Befort long our well balanced group H62 grrls and l88 boys? had made ltself a vrtal part of the schoo contrrbutrng many IH the early months to the Band Glee Club and Or chestra Latrn s rence and home economrcs clubs thrned as each of us trred to get lnto as many actlvrtres cs he could But our studres drdnt suffer for after exarnrnatrons twenty three Freshmen were taken rnto the Iunror Honor Socrety Before rt seem possrble we had frnrshed one year and on our last dcy a number of our group recerved awards The hrghest freshman average was attamed by Carolyn Hodges wrtn Wrlbur Block runnrng second The Algebra Cub was awarded to Mrldred Crarn Phrlrp Voltz and Charlotte Clarborne therr averages all tyrng Even though manx of us recened no awards we all felt that we were leavrng scnool a lrttle wrser than we had entered brg actrvrtres As a good begrnmng we elected our cffrcers Wrlbur Blo lc presrdent Brll Henson v1cepres1dent Brll Barton secretary and Maxrne Cox treasurer Even thrs early rn our class h1story our dramatrc and rn srcal talent cante to lrfe Peggy Wakefreld sang rn the operetta Brts o Blarney and Helen Watrous was cast rn The Whrte Phantom Many of us hate to look back on our superror CPP actrng rn Slcule Klown Kapers Our two Sophomores Carl Steele and Brll Ereels were football maangers that year Sprrng brought May Day and our thoughts turned to selectrng our farrest ladies We all remember the elaborate posters and drawrngs whrch cox ered the study hall boards and as a result of such carnpargmng and hard work on the pa t of the canardates Beverly Krers and Bessre Walker won out rn the frnals to b placed rn the aueen s court The Honor Socrety rncreased by eleven and we celebrated our ast day of sclnool wrth more aawrds Wrlbur Bloclc placed f1rst and MarJor1 Plper second for the hrghest Sopho more average I e Bhyne Marrorre Prper and Carolyn Hodges won superror ment rn the Nat1onal Latrn Contest Agarn the Algebra Cup went to a trro thrs trme Mrldred Cam Ph1l1p Volta and Wrlbur Block Charlotte Clarborne won the P T A Englrsh Award We felt that we had done pretty well wrth our frst two years of hrgh school so summer found us ready for a good long rest I n , l W A I . A t 1 , I I l , .P F . J c , r c . . . . . . . l'f . ' ' ' , l : r , ' - ' 1 X . y . . 1 ' ' ' - . A, . . 7 . . ' ,rs ' . , ' ' .I A N ' ' A l, L - - 1 1 I V l L A n . 4 JY I y . , . . As Sophomores do, we made ourselves known that second year by taking part in more ' ' ' ' . M '. ' ' e ' 1 ct, ' z ' , - l 1 ' , , ' , - ' ' ' ' f u ' . ' . ,, V ' 1 . . T ,. El I ' I A 9 " l I ' . . , , 5 A A oc t ' ' ' ' ' 4 I l I I A , . But long rt was not falthough some of our teachers thmk we never stopped restmgl for before we knew 1t school bells were r1ng1ng and we cllmbed the h1ll Wlth new prlde We were Iumors welcomed to the ranks of upperclassmen by the Senlors who had shunned us as ch1ldren the year before Boys predomlnated as class offrcers agam for we chose Carl Steele presldent lack Adams v1ce presrdent Brll Barton secretary and B1llBullen treasurer Mrss Ahler who has splendrdly developed our ever growlng Dramat1cs Department helped us as Iunlors by presentmg many of our talented IH some really flne prays and by entermg them 1n contests Cl1SlI'1Cl and state She was repa1d for our young Thesprans played the1r parts well and brought home awards Those havmg leadmg parts 1n Puch Man Poor Man were Nancy Evans Ieanne Burrage and Carolyn Smlth Melmka of Astrakhan an operetta starred two of our classmates Peggy Wakeheld and Henry Wag goner who was home from the servrce Pat Stallard was cast 1n the play wh1ch won frrst place ID our d1str1ct and th1rd place rn the Tennessee State lnterscholastc League and Peggy Wakefteld brought h1gh honors to Central by placmg f1rst ln oral poetry mterpre tat1on rn both drstnct and state On May Day Barbara Whrted represented the Iumors 1n the May Queen s court Dunng the year a large number were taken 1nto the Semor Honor Soc1ety On Peter Block Day Peters brother Wrlbur a chtp off the old you guessed rt had a h1gh aver age scholarshrp for the thrrd consecutrve year th1s trme placmg ftrst wrth Mrldred Cam second The band won the state band contest atNashv1lle Thus end d our Junror year the last one 1n wh1ch we were part of the crowd e all left h1gh school antlclpatlng the comma season when we would be somethmg speclal To an outslder the begmnrng of our sen1or year may have seemed ordmary but to each of us 1t was anytmng but that Th1s was our year' Mlxed wrth our carefree attrtudes were more serlous thoughts of credrts pendrng graduatron l1fe work Before long many th1ngs brought to us the reallty that th1s was our last year We were the mam cogs 1n the machlne now and as a result many happy experrences came to us ln our sen1or class meetrng we elected Carl Steele presldent Bud Sherrod vrce presrdent Harrlette Pen track secretary and lack Beeler treasurer then we settled down to work As football season 1nev1tably creeps mto every school schedule our studlous Pl mmds were drverted 1n the early months of the year Blll Baker led our team w1th Bud Sherrod as alternate captarn lohn Cunn1ngham captamed our basketball team We were also proud of Bud Sherrod and lack Beeler who both placed on the AllC1ty and All East Tennessee teams lack was also on the second All State team and Bud on the thrrd We had an unusually welltrarned group of cheerleaders Our Senrors were lean Hackney Barbara Whrted Dot Gallaher Ioyce Vandegrrff Iohn l-lousley Bob I-louser and Carl Steele who led us IH full Splfll throughout the season Our excellent band placed h1gh IH the Band Cllmc Karl Parrott and Beverly Krets were drum maJor and sponsor Our four str1pe offrcers who led the band were Charles Hoff mann capta1n Donald Band student drrector and Ilmmy Robertson concertmaster Two plays we presented were Never Trust a Man starnrtg Betty l-hscock and Har net Iackson and Shes a Neat lob wrth Margaret Mustoe leanne Burrage and V1rg1n1a Sprtzezr were cast rn Thursdays at Home Our sen1or year has meant so much to all of us and as we draw near to our depar ture from Central we w1sh to express our deepest apprec1at1on to all our teachers and M1SS Gresham who have 1nsp1red us so much We feel that each of you has glven us some th1ng wlth wh1ch to face the world , 1 1 , I 1 - : , , , . I ' 1 'V 1 II 1 I I I - 1 I , , ' ' - - 1 . 1 1 . . . , ' 1 1 I ' ' 1 1 1 ' I I TW- I T I I ' around C9HlfGl'f--fQlOT1f19d Seniors. 1 1 ' 1' 1 1 1 I - f . . . . , . I I 1 ' I - 1 1 . J - , . I - - ' I 1 1 1 1 I r 1 1 5 , . , . 1 I 1 - 1 BEST LOOKING COUPLE Harnetle Penlrack and Iack Beeler MOST POPULAR lake Steele 1 p ones BEST MUSICIAN Donald Rand vmd BEST fDRESSED GIRL O K PRETTIEST Beverly Krezs One look ana MOST EGOTISTICAL lack Adams Plldfb QOOIII bfffm 1 full CCH m l Q, myon lead SIENIIQK l 'fv-4' Xl ll 35- 5 IJA and roswwsfl Q. ii r' W' Qc kgkxx S -. f'ff'vE'Ed A 3 7 Sv --I sae' GAB' one vp GIFT' A gf me 00 OLDEST LOOKING COUPLE Lucnlle Campbell and Ernest Hodqe 5 MOST ELIGIBLE BACHELOR George Schaad IP LOUDEST WORST GOSSIPER Mame Lou Bxbee CGIVIG1 BEST DRESSED BOY Iohn Smoot B au Brufwmel of C l-I HANDSOMEST lack Adams P Cm oy I x l 4 A -' x: I A . ,'J '. ' 'L .. . ' fll, . 'L l " ' ' I I YI I.!l G ' Pl" L "'l" UV, ,LHS W K W 1 g I X I . ,V .1.. u,f. -.IL . 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V , . ,.,-. ,Q V , i 1 C ' 2 5 Q- gf N 1 1 7 'live the littlw 11 dy 1: NVQ .R 1' Q 1 . W . I : X I iff- -N'-vpn. D . 1 1 0 0-Q fs 3 . . Y i- I x I .gf-o,O'v.x Q, 'if-:':f:'a-. . . W, , '.r.'.-1: ' ""- . 1 v G li ' ,R .R V' 1' I' X I 1 v ' 4' 1 .. 1 9 z " ' .0 H ,, ' ' A . . Q B Adams Betty Lou Ambnster Beatnce Anderson Betty Anderson Martha Lou Arms Ruby Armstrong Barbara Barley Betsy Barnes lean Bean Betty Berry Edlth Bettis Betty Black Margaret Ann Blackbum Kathenne Blum Barbara Boring I Burkhart Ruth Byerly 'Dorothy Bames Iane Calloway Barbara Cameron Christine Carden Barbara Carroll Betty Cawood loan Claiborne Betty Clark Marion Cole Mary Lou Combs Milllcent Cornett Alberta Cox Vxrgmxa Culberson Betty Sue Dalton Iune Dawlmg Dorothy Dobson Dorothy Douglas Essre Ruth English Peggy Evans. Carolyn Fields Dorothy Iean Fillers Carolyn Fine. Iewell Fortenberry. Georgia Foster Iune Fauver Grace Evelyn JUNIOR G Furrow Nancy Galyear Ioanne Gentry Reba Goxnk Betty Gomes Helen Green Carrie Marie Green Georgia Grubb Lorraine Grubb Rosemary Haggard Ienny Hale Audry Hale Norma Hamilton Geraldme Hamilton Kathleen Hamilton Loretta Hancock Mildred Harrell Virginia Harrell Louise Hathcote Nma Henderson Ann Hendrix Ethel IRLS LaRue Betty Lawson Sallie B Leinart Iimmy Lennon Lillian Lusby Margaret Lusby W1 ma Marcum Phyllis Massengxll Barbara Matthews Phyllis Mauk Helen May Wilma McClain Ophelia McCracken Nancy McMil11an Betty Miller Nova Ioltett Betty W' Monday Frances Hicks Nma lean I ly Hinds Ann f' Hobbs Florencej 'X Ho iday Patsy f I I Holloway Ioyce yf if ,Vu X L Hood Dorothy Hood I une Householder Shirley ! Hubbs lean Hubbs Ioan Hunter lean Iones Edna Macy Jones Iuanita Iones Mary Helen Keesling. Nancy Kincaid Betty Kirkpatrick Sue Koehler Charlsie Kunkle, Helen Kinkle Lois Lambdin. Betty Io 1 f YJ, f Moore Barbara orris Patsy Moyers Christine Mynatt Edna Mynatt Geneva Mynatt Tommie Nauqher Iodean Nelson Margaret Neubert Betty Perkins Anna Perry Barbara learn Petree Iuanlta Phelphs Peggy Pope Betty Powell Bobble Pratt Johnny Preston Mary lane Priest Delores Pruiett Ruth Radar Bobbie Lee Reisdorph. Ioyce Ridgil Betty Reiqhard Lois Roark. Betty Sue Sharp. Betty Lois Sharpe Betty Sharpe Norma Shaw Patty Sxsk Betty Lou Smelcer Carrie Lou Smelcer Reba Smith Betty Smith Dorothy Iean Smith Mary Frances Sowards Patsy Spears Haroldine Stamey Frieda Stewart Ieanxnne Stofhl Mary Frances Stout Martha Stranger Dons Tallman Betty lean Taylor Lois Temple Marlone Thompson Betty Lou Tilson Betty Tillery Lois Tltus Beryl Tumer Frances Walker Dorothy Warwick Sarah Wallen Ann White Barbara Williams Barbara Wilson Betty Iune Williams Sue Webster Evelyn Wolfe Geneva Wollenbarger Faye Wolfenbarger Freddle Wolfenbarger, Sue Wood Adorin Wyrick. Marion Wyrick Ruby Woltenbarger Lois Vann Carolyn Adams Charles Allen lack Anderson Roger Arp Iohn Balley Van Bennett lack Black hmmy Bohannan Earl Bonta Robert Bradfute George Breedmg B111 Br1te Charles Brown Frank Cameron Kenneth Cameron Sldney Capps Clyde Cattlett Hugh Clark Bob Clark Wrlllam Coker Marshall Collrer Louxs Coppock Harvey Courtney lack Cox Carl Crews Charles Crye Iohn Currmgton Bruce Case Leonard Crews Nlxon Davxes Davxd Lee Deal B111 Dodson Lester Drlnnen Bn1ce Edmondson Bllly I Edwards Aushn Emmett Tommy De JUNIOR Evans Allred Faulkner Buddy Fogarty Fred Foster B111 Foster Paul Fraker Eugene Fraker Frank Gamer Ierry Galyon Teddy George Iohnny Goddard Bob Graves Fred Grubb Ebon Grubb Roy Hammer Nevxlle Henderson George Hendnx B111 Hendnx Ernest Hansmans Iohn Hodgson Bllly Holmes B111 Honmcutt Ed Hubbs Ray Huckleberry Iack Hughes Bob lrwm Lynn Fellers Lynn Iohnson Bob E Iohnson Bob W Iohnson Sam Iust1ce Walter Keene Rxchard KIEIS Hazen Lampk1n Bllly Lxttle Ted Long. Clay BOYS Loveday B111 Lovelace Ilmmy Luther Albert Madgett Carl Madgett Paul Madgett R B Marks Ilmmy Mason Charles Martm Allred Matthews Paul Maxwell Kennedy McCamy Sam McCla1n Benny McCoy B111 McDonald Allen Mrller Charles Mink Bobby Mitchell G E Monday L C Moore Gxlson Morgan Ben Morgan I C Murrxan Davzd MUSSBIIHCH Louxs Mynatt lack Nance Grover Nell Ilmmy Nelson lack Newberry lack Nrckle Louls OLeary 'Dan Parker F G Parrrsh Harvey Peek Bobby Polmg Lowell Ricketts, I. B. Rlesdorph Fredenck Roberts Bob Rogers Harvey Rose Lloyd Russell C E Ryder lack Scott Louxs Ierald Searcy Charles Sharpe B111 Sheddon Tommy Shelton Iohnn Shlelds Bob Sm1th David Earl Sm1th Tommre C Sm1th Robert F Stooksbury Paul Story Iohn Strmgfleld Charles Tate Norman Taylor George Thompson Warren Tollrever I1mmy Trythall Gxlbert Underwood Robert Walker Kenneth Webb Hugh Webster Rudolph Weed Charles Whaley Doyle Whlte B111 Wmstead Charles Winstead Iames WllllGl'l'I.S Ronald Wood Brlly Young Freddy Young, Howard jLoflfNfva'f'fi:lf . II M use L6-Y"""f 54--.i....ffI,t1. J' Www ,Cv -LA.A.A Allen Ioan Anderson Velma Armstrong Charlle Armstrong Mary Emma Arms Mary Atchley Joann Atklns Mlldred Atklns Rose Mary Atlnns Wanda Axley lean Atchley Eva Ioan Balley Carolnne Bayless MGTIOB Beets Mary Bemey Allce Black Bobble lean Booker Marlan Bowers Euretha Bray Ioyce Brooks Irene Brown Edna Mae Bullard Mona Burgess Mlldred Burton Betty Butler Wanda Faye Blackbum Ruth Carry Betty Catlett Dorothy Carlisle Carolyn Chandler Iosephlne Chlldress Bobbie Chamberlaln Betty Clalbome Mary Cleveland Margaret Cobble Dorothy Collins Mary Coker lean Coppock Virginia Cox Vera Nelle Courtney Mary Sue Coyner Martha Elzara SOPHOMORE GIRLS Coomer Hel n Cruze Barbara lean Cummings Sylvla Curtls Ann Dalton Eleanor Ann Danlel Nlna Donald on Mar Drlnnen Ellen Marle Dnnnen Ioyce Drake Barbara Duncan Ierlme Durham Blllle Dyer Mary Frances East Barbara Edmondson Thelma Edwards Ruth Emge Dorothy Esllnger Ruth Etherton Barbara Feeman Mary Flne Bobble Iean Fogarty Ioann Force Carol Freels Ellzabeth French Mary Frances Garrett Mildred Glllenwaters Iamle Gllm r Mary Lynn Graham Ellzabeth Griffeth Lentella Graves Mmam Harrell Wllhe Lou Harrington Mary Harmon Iune Hamby Iean Harbln Opal Hasty Helen Hale Oreda Haun Iulla Helfner Retta Mae Henry Loulse Hlll Frances Holloway Barbara Ann Hoffman LOIS Hopson Iune Hughe Ellzabeth Hubbs Peggy Hunley Dorothy Hensley Cora Io Iohnson Blllle Io Iohnson can Iohnson Georgla Iohnson Pauline Iohnson 165519 lohnson Inez Iolm on Norma lean Kennemore Gertrude Klrk Bobble Kotz Sally Kmght Barabra Lancaster Ioan Leneal' Dorothy Leake Margaret Lettleton Hazel Lmdsy Mary Ann Lowe Trula Luttrell Mary M Clam Vlrginla McCrosky Norma McCulla Barbara McCartt Barbara McDanlel Charlotte Mclnturff Mary Rose McMurry Iune Martm Lorene Matthews Helen Mann Patricia Meek Mane Metter Emlly Melton Ioan Mitchell Wilma Muller Barbara Mlller Mar one Monday vlfglhld Moon Barbara Moms lean Mo es Shlrley Ann Moyer Peggy Moyers Dorls Morgan Ruby Mu grave Anna ee Mynatt Ioanna Moms Betty Myers Marle Neal Betty Nelson Vlolet Nlcely vlfglllld Newman Ida OBnant Barbara Lou Oglesby Helen Owens Loulse Phllllps Marle Phyle Betty lean Porter Betty Io Powell Sue Pressley Cordelia Reagan Mlldred Rldner Helen Rlffey Frances Robblns Frances Nell Robblns Marlon Ann Rule Mary Rutter Phyllis Sandburg Ruth Satterheld Betty Sexton Barbara Sharp Mane Sharp Iewell Shetler loyce Anne Shlpman Ianle Slms Mary Slagle Barbara Sue Stanton Chrlstlne St r'l s Evelyn lean mlth Patsy lean Swaggerty Sue Smxth Dorth Taylor Ezrea Templm Munel Travis Betty Underwood Rose Ann Veal Loulse Voltz Shlrley Wat on lane Anne Waugh Fran Warren Margaret Watson Dolores Wate rs lane Weab lVel1ta Webster Vera Mae Webb N Weaver Weaver Weaver Weaver Webber Wharey orma Lou Anna Lee Evelyn Elleen Ieanette Dons Gaynell White Katherme Wllllams Chrlstlue Wllson Polly Wltt Mary Wllllamson Carol Williams Phyllls Woods Barbara lean Woolf Frances Wolfe Virgims Wolfenbarger Emestlne Wood Mable Wyrlck Wanda Wyrlck Wrildla Wyrosdlck Lola Wyrlck Marlon J P ' , V x 'Q H R' Ii , v ' ' - , X 3 '4 1 , ' I ' , f ' .. : 1 2 1 I ' ' . 1 . 4- . I , - 1 . - - I ' , 1 1 ' I . - I . . - Y 1 . I s, ' s , . D9 1 - ' ' ' ' - ' ' I ' . s . y - ' ' . ' - I ' ' 3 . I. . I ' s - ' , s . I I Y I I I I . I . n u I 1 BQQQYI Betty Edwards, Beverly 1011951 VIOIU Noe' Delores We?b' Pollv 1 l ' I I' 1 1 I I A 1 I ' I ' I . I I I I 1 u I u I 1 ' ' ' I . I . . I I I I 1 ' ' ' I 1 1 l ' ' I 1 I I ' ' I 1 1 1 ' ' , ' . . I 1 1 I ' I ' . ' I ' I ' 5 ' I ' 1 1 I ' 3 I I - 1 I 1 . I ' I I I ' u l I I I . I. 1 I I I ' I I ' 1 1 1 . 1 ' ' I 1 I 1 . ' ' ' I 1 1 ' ' I I I I I I ' 1 1 I I ' I 1 1 I - ' I I u u 1 I - ' ' Anderscn Emil Andrews Larry Angus Ioe Armstrong Wrllord Atkins Harvey Axley William Baird Danny Ballinger 'Don Bannister lack Barnes Charles Beal Donald Berrter Harry Biddle Ray Blse Billy Boling Kenny Boling. Fred Brown Floyd Broyles, Eugene Burke Kenneth Brown, Sam Batts, Don Bible, Bobby Caldwell, Harry Cameron, Ernest Carlisle, Fred Carmichael. Lewis Case, Leonard Clark, Eugene Cattey. Sam Collins. Scott Coward, Bob Creager, Merritt Crews. Charles Cunningham, Henry Cunningham, Hylton Cunningham, Bobby Curtis, Alrner --Daniel, Leon Draper, lack Dugger, Paul Edens. Iames Faddis, Charles Fotden. B. L. Foster. Thomas SOPHOMORE BOYS Foust Fayte Foust Herbert Foust Vancre Fraker Billy France Bill Garrett Stewart Gauge Iack Graber Gamel Gresham Iohnny Grrthn Harvel Hall Buford Harmon Bill Harper Richard Headrxck Iohn Hillard Thomas Hinton Bill Holman Charles Halt Iames Homer. Herbert Householder, Luther Hubbard Robert Hubbs Gene Humphrey, Robert Hurst, Billy Huskey, Howard Iams. Glenn Irwin, Edwin Irwin. Robert lsetts, Martin Iamagin, Kenneth Iohnson, David Iones, Guinn Iones. Robert Kennedy, Iames Kerr, Wayne Kidd, Iames Kilten, Herman Krosnes, Oscar Lakin, Bill Lane, Paul Lay, Iohn Lett, Iimmy Livengood. Bob Lowe, Carl Lowe Charles Lusby Ilmmy Levitt lo Madgett Kyle Mahafley Donald Major Lee Marshall Bill Mays Iohn McClain Robert McGann Pat McMillan Charles Meadors Kyle Metler Tom Miller Ioe Minis Bill Mise Billy Mitchell G. E. Morgan Wallace Morris Archie Mouron David Murrian. Tom Nine Harmon Nine, Ierry Padgett, Leonard Parker, Iohn Parsley. Harold Pack, Billy Petree. Colbert Pinkston, William Poe, Dudley Pollard, Ramsey Porter, Phil Poston. Willie Potyen, Kenneth Rambo, Iohn Reagan. Herman Roop, Dewey Roth, Charles Schaad, Charles Sharp, Robert Shipe, Iimmy Smith, Billy Smith, Bobby Smith, Raymon Smith R H Snodgrass Frank Snyder Billy Solomon Billy Stamps Charles Stewart Robert Strpe William Suggs Charles Spencer Iohn Tallman Ernest Taylor Charles Taylor William Richard Thacker Walter Tolbert Iames Tsagares, Peter Tumblin Iohn David Turner Von Douglas Vandergritt loe Vandergrili Kenneth Vandergriit, Kyle Waldrop, Melvin Walker Ierry Wallace, Calvin Wallace, Charles Webster, Charles Webster, Paul Weiseger, George Wilkerson, Howard Wilkerson. Wayne Williams, Allan Wilson, Boyd Winiger, Norman Witt, Carl David Warden, Stuart Wright, Robert Wyrick, Bob Wakefield, Iohn Yamell, Kenneth Yearwood, Emery Iames Yearwood, Emory Yamell, David Zinc. Robert C. .3-.1 Abner Dxxxe Adams Barbara Adams Mary Adams Reita Atkins Anna Ruth Ambnster Evelyn Armstrong lane Atchley Barbara Arnwxne lean Atherton Betty lane Atkins Ann Bales Iean Barley Bobbie Ball Elizabeth Bames Barbara lean Basler Betty Io Bayless Imogene Becker Betty Ann Beeler Ieanette Berryhrll Kathenne Biddle Ienrne Ruth Black Sally Blair Betty Io Bohanan Glenna lean Bounds, Wanda Brooks, Edna Broome Doris Iean Brown Betty Brown, Iosephine Brown. Margaret Buchanan Mildred Burchett, Burkhart, Burkhart, Burnette, Bumette Burnette. Bumette, Burrage, Betty lean Mattie Travis Barbara Emma Lou Marilyn Peqqv Barrineau Burroughs, Zoe Brown, Edith Ann Cagle, Betty Iune Cameron, Margaret Capps, Nora Carden, Betty Carden Mary Ellen Cardwell, Alma 145. FRESHMAN GIRLS Carlton Ann Carmichael Helen Ruth Cassady Ioan Clark Barbara Ann Clark Chnstrne Cockran Wanda Cockrum Io Ann Cole Barbara Collrns Dons Comette Dorothy Corum Nancy Ann Covington Ruby Lee Cox Margaret loan Creswell Betty Cruze Betty Cunningham Elizabeth Collins Ruby Dalton Manorre Davis Sarah Lynn Day Delores Demarcus Chnstxne Dewine, Lillian Dobbins lean Dodson, Mary Donaldson Minnie Lou Dyer Frances Dyer, Shirley Eddin, Peggie Edmondson Frances Edwards, Ioyce Elder, Sue Ellis. Iune Eppes Harriet Elizabeth Ervin, Nina Franham, lane Fields, Phyllis Flanigan, Wanda Forbis, Barbara Ford, Barbara Freels Leslie Freeman, lame Frisbie Margha lane Fulkes Ioanne Gallaher Betty Garrett Nancy George, Sue Gibbs, Iane Grllenwater Mary Grubb Helen Grubb Marran Hope Hall Meryl Ann Harbin Mary Harrell Lela Harrell Wilma Ruth Harrington Betsy Hatcher Norma Henderlxght Blanche Henry Coleen Etta Henry Iune Hines Phyllis Hodge Ann Holland Betty Holloway Iackie Houser Nancy Howell Ienny Hubbs Ianar Huilaker Mary Ruth Hutiaker Io Ann Humpfhrey Nellie Ma Hurst Ann Irwin Anna Ruth Iohnson Grace Iohnson, Marion Lee Iohnson Patsy Iohnson, Peggie Ann Iones Barbara Iones Carol Iohnson, Mary Ann Keck, Phyllis Keeney Laura Belle Keller, Louise Kirby, 'Doris lean Kirk, Frances Io Kitts, Dorothy Lack Barbara Leach Eloise Leek, Emma lean Lennon, Betty Lester Martha Lewis Mariorle Lewis, Sue Lindsey, loan Martin I-'ary Frances Masterson, Imogene Y Masterson Mary E Mauk Mary Frances Mays Io Ann Mmk Betty Lou Miracle Mary Moore Mary Evelyn Morris Betty Myers Ruby lean Mynatt Dorothy Ann Mink Barbara McCarty Peggre McCoy Helen Elizabeth McGee Joy McKenzie Rosa Lee McMahon Iean McMillan Cookie McPhetndge lean McFall Ruby Naylor Nancy Neubert Nina Ruth Nlchols Alma Noe, Lorraine Nicely Sylvia Odell Barbara Parker Lillian Pearce Frances Perry Barbara Peters Ruth Phillips, Katherine Poe, lacqueline Payne Burvia Lee Quinton, Polly Ramsey, Martha Ella Reeser Bonnie Lou Rhoades, Betty Ricker Marie Hazel Ricketts Catherine Riddick, Barbara Roberts Evelyn Rogers, Charlotte Rogers Helen Rutledge Emestine Ryder, Carlene Satteriield, Ella Sauceman Dorothy lean Sauk, Barbara Iune Schrader, Elizabeth Sexton Ieanne Sharp Peggy Shelton Iune Slagle Agnes Smxht Luclle Smith Nancy Smith Sarah Stallard Dorothy Sterling Nancy Sterne Carolyn Stewart Barbara Stewart Lois Stolfell Mary Evelyn Strange Mane Stnngheld Clara Mae Sherlm Betty Ruth Steele Bovvle Sue Tarver Io Ann Thomas Bobby lean Thomas Mary Lynn Thomason Grace Tidmore Charlotte Tindell Ada Iean Tindell Betty Troutman, Beverly Tumer, Betty lo Bessie Mary Jane Betty Sue Tipton Vance Wade Walker, Betty Walker, Nancy Watkins, Sarah Watson, Pauline Weaver, Barbara Weaver, Nellie Ruby Webster Weisiqer, Mary Catherine Wells, Barbara Io Wells, Clara Lynn Welmers, Suzanne Whaley, Barbara Wilson, Evelyn Wilson, Louise Wollkeil Norma Wollard, Ethel Wood, Nancy Lynn Wright, Mary Ann Westby, Donna Witt, Sidney Anne jr Abbott Iames Allen Herman Allen Hugh Allison loe Anderson Don Anderson Louxs Armstrong Kyle Armstrong Sam Amwxne Buddy Ashe Glen Atchley Phllrp Barley Bobby Ioe Baxrd Kelley Bales lack Barnes Carl Basler Tommy Benson Ashley Iohnson Blankenshrp hmm Black Charles Bohanan Iohn Booker Herbert Borrng Howard Borutl Bobby Brlte Ierry Brock Weldon Brown I B Brown Robert Brown Walter Broyles Walter Bundran Alva Burnette Ioe Byrd Eugene Byrd Frank Cabage Glen Campbell Wayne Chadwick Robert Cheek Paul Cluldress George Clark Bully Clark Bobby Clouser Iohn Wrllram Cole Iohn Cole Tommy Conner Edward Cook Wrllre Cooper Charles Cosey Wxllram Cross Brlly Iack Culberson Wrlllam Culpepper Howard FRESHMAN BOYS Cunmngham Carroll Cassady Wayne Cregger George Clark Eugene Damel Norman Davrs Halmond Davxs Tommy 'D al Iohn Delaney Fred Embry La Mar Evans Davxd Faddxs Bxlly Felker Earl Fxelds hm Frtzmaurlce Robert French Freddie Frrtts Clyde Frrtts Bobby Lee Gardner Norman Glossom Walter Gouge Roy Graham Roy Graham Charles Greenlee Monroe Grrttrn Edward Grove Mxlo Haag Iames Haxre Gene Halre lack Hamrlton Leroy Hammer Eugeen Hansard Wlllram Hay Billy Headrlck Arthur Hensley Tommy Henson lack Herman Lon Hrckman Charles Hrll Don Hxll Wallace Hind lack Hrnd hm Hmds Howard Holley Ralph Houser Billy Houser Floyd Hubert Bob Humphrey Ralph Hurst Alcy Irwm Kendrick Isslac Ralph Iohnson Bully lohnson Harold Iones Charles R Iones Charles T Kerth Eugene Kennedy Larry Kerr Bobby Lansdell I Q Layman Earl Leake Wrlham Lee Forrest Lemzrr Clyde Lewrs Dean Lmdsay Pless Long Richard Lusby Gene Lusby ames Lynn Leroy Maples Floyd Mashburn Eugene Mays Bobby Meredith Gary Muller Iohn Mmler Evan Moore Bobby Moore lack Morgan Donald Murphy Mack Mynatt David Mynatt Davrd Mynatt Dlllard McCampbelI Lowell McConnell Don Mc'Damel Bally McDamel Ralph McCoy Frank Newgent lack Norris Brlly Nunley Blll Palmer Iohn Parker Richard Parry Wrlllam Parsons Iohnny Paylor Richard Payne Geen Penland I W Pollard hm Porter Charles Pratt Sam Prueltt Glen Rader Carl Rathbone Bobby Raines Iames Raley Glen Reardon Charles Rhyne Davrd Roach Charles Rogers Jimmy Roop Wlllram Arthur Ruth hmmle Saul Bob Seay Howard Sharp Iames Carl Sharp R H Shelton Iohn Henry Shxrley Bully Blake Simpson Raymond Slagle Bobby Smith I T Smith Paul Smith Bllly Stanberry Tommy Swatzel Alvm Taylor Roy Tedder Fred Thompson Marvm Travis Drck Troutt Verlon Truan Phxlrp Vance Charles Kennedy Vesser Howard Vineyard Howard Wallace Ioe Wallace Paul Walton Billy Warwrck Lewrs Watson Bob Weaver Lawrence Webb Alvm Webber Claude Webster Allred Wlutson Charles Wrllrams C H Wilson A C Woltenbarger lack Wood Iames Wnght Bruce Zirkle Coy M n-W-1 M, 1 1 -Q L t A K , X ' 1 all Y , 3 X A . . , " 1 f N x Y. L X, 1-'N- , ,Ax Q F X " ' , fl , X I I I ' I ' 1 1 1 u ' I 1 ' - 1 1 n I 1 - . I I I I 1 - 1 I 1 - , e , . , - I I 1 I v 1 . I . 1 ' I I I I111 I - l I . 1 1 I o 1 1 - 1 I I Bearden, Richard French, Robert Lowery, Robert Shipley. Roscoe I . 1 1 ' 1 . I 1 1 ' 1 I a 1 1 1 . I - 1 I 1 A I I I I ' 1 I ' 1 I . 1 I - I l - I . . 1 I 1 1 . 1 ' , , ' I I I ' I I I 1 - I - I - 1 1 I I 1 1 - I I 1 - 1 I . 1 I I - 1 I ' ' I 1 V I ' 1 I 1 I 1 - ' I . 1 I I 1 1 ' I . ' ' l I 1 I ' ' - I I - I I ' 1 1 - I - I I - 1 1 I ' I 1 ' 1 . I 1 , , I ' 1 1 1 1 I - , ' 1 A 1 1 0 1 . , , . ' . - . I I 1 o ' I 1 1 - I I I . . I I I ' - I I uv' X xvgf Lf! R Junior Class Officers Frodl to Ba"-1' V V - -' 5' 1-1 I I" Sophomore Class Officers F I l B k '11 :s ivnl F Freshman Class Officers I k F F les Black I R'qht ' L ' Treqsurer Ly, GC Centrahte Ed1tor1a1 Staff How One dan! Q gl flf How Two I Q affv Bus1ness Staff Row One. L.. 1, . O , I1 , , :.N:' k:.:. if-S, 317-. bm' L 1.l firm 1- , ' nil Row Two: Tr- if ' :1:, .gb .Q fx z Office Monitors Row One: Left tc right, Edith Scxvgqe Lois Boop, Dpi Dzruel, Pauline Veal. .-lr. Row Two: ?f1r:',1r1 Arrngironq, Miss Exifkey Bill .3-Axlfiy, Botfy fo Lxrnbdm. Senior Honor Row One: Society .. ., .Iv 1.1 1'1l"'f 1 ', :111 R121 if ,,:: 1'-111, 1. 1111 1-35 1111..r111 V1 11 'z 1111311111 1.'r w1.Q FU1115' 1111111 V11 1:-rr 11111111111 11 1U11'.'rs, .-'1.1 w X111-511' 'i:':11-111111 '.'1':. K11"1f1.:1f E' 1'1C1'.1I1l. Row TWO: :'11'1 P' '. 111II1 1 1,115 If z1'1 . ll 1f1lI1l'.1Z 211111114 .1 ::,1f'.. 1' xy L rr.. Q 1111 111111 Q 111111--" 111111 1111: 1 111111: 11. I 1.11111 i1:.:1-11. ' .1 ' - L """- f ' ' Row Three: 11511111111 :E ,V 11 :rr 1i11r1 E-jf ' ag ivunr "--Xgyj .K .r 1.3" 55 fly., 1 ew' 1. ,X'A,1f, 3 iimfjxs EM, . , :. . Aifbiff Row Four: 1 1 ' wwf' :QQ L ' f gl vgrjbwlf ' 'A 1.1 .1 1l!1'I -111, HL1... :, 1,1 1 1. :i -1 ' WN Q1 A ' W' ' .-"W-M'?"Y.L. 1- - -V Row Five: 1'-"y E15 '11 1111112 :1 1.11-1:11. 1' 1 M155 ' .','- 13 1 111'.'.5:,1 Row Six: 11 '.v1r.'1 Y.111r11 f 15. Rrukffie ri ' if Di1'.v, ' 11,131 G 113 ,r, 111l1I11'y' R, 15511. Row Seven: if E. RILSS ., ' 1 11195 ze-ri 1, 1, G ,f., 1 51 zifute, Row Eiqhi: Er.. 1511114 LS XI ' . Fly-' ' 5 Eicfix 1, R111Ci1'f Row Nine: ill.-Sf 1' ' 1 5 ip H45 gy 5 5, 21 Junior Honor So ' ciety Row One: 15'-I! io r1g1:.t ...' I .' fltiz Yr' 1111115511 L 1: 11111, Noe fveyrr Hoherfs, Sjflurrfx Nrceg' EQ15' 1,1 11111 I.. P11111 1111121 13.11, Il ?1l'3'1.1S 1. 1 ' 'ffrf 1' '-.. 11111 'J.'1,Qff:rf-1 N 1111'y G Sill 111119 111.115 D.: EIL: 1511.111 1 ':. .'1:11111r:11:11r:.. How Two: f1J11111'y N 131 ., 1' 11111 .:1.p:1. 15 1-1111111 Q . 1, Mary Evrqvrr ESt4,1f1511,1.'P5.1' 11 -lff 15,BiIl,1I1R1I11'1C,G.. . 515111 P1.y.1r5 Rutter, ff II1 11211111115 15 111 1:1 111 '1N1,1Q5 Ir I1 Brooks 1511111111 E111f'I'-,Il 31111: Eslrrr 1--r 111111-1 Gif'- wcrters 1111111111 BL1f1C111If 51141 Lyrrrr Dcrvrs 1211111 1e11. Qeflk. Row Three: 1v111If111,I Qzrrrfvs Dorcf11y Cobble 1:.i1S-IIIJYY A5krr15, Heh-11 Cozzrri- er Berg' xiJIY 1.315 Hgffrrr ,111 C1131 Farce, bei: 1,I1'1V1S, 111111111 Fiobiixrrs Shirley V1'i.f17, ferrrry 11t'N:1 Nc111: 'A.' '1'Vcoc1 1111 1:1 111 Booker, G 1','r1H11 ','1f11111+i RL1111 111 :v1c11.1r1r. Row Four: 11111111 Drrzrzr--rr M 11111 111' 1 .. V f1wv1 1111: 1, 1,','1-11 13111111111 P'Illl1Y 1v1eT1-fr, J, A1131 E 11' 1.1GIY1..'y'I.!1 QiL1!11V'I Przyllg 1 p H1145 Q 111.1 'ffestly L' 1'-5 '.',',1f5'1r1 1111 1,1 'Ex'-'rr B413 Q11 1rr11.er11111. Bcrrr Burr 139 1GHH9 Sexiorr Bllfll 111 Atchley, 3111111111 1orre5, P rtricio Mcrrrrr Sue Sw 1q,1er!y, Betty Berry. Row Five: G11.,1I1GS Wehster, 3:11 Skrcrrg., 1.,1r'ry .1-.11 111,-W5 B111 131111: L3 M111 Ertrlgry for Levi", B1..1'- 311:11-ir, 1,1'k Bcrrrrristwz ','11 1r1e5 H1iQ111f1r1, 111114 1111.15 George C11 131101. Row Six: 1orr'y Virre 1111111011 Nrrrfr C111virr 'w'.',111c1ce, P11111 vfifrn?1US1C?f, A1 Burrdsurr, 1r1r1rrry B1411r1or1521i1r, C1rc1r1a5 Bhrck, 1:1111 Spenser 13111111 Mourcrr 11:1 1-1111.1 Lee Mzior K'ir1r1ef1r Potyezz Debating Club Row One: Lett to right, Carol Vfilliamson, Gay- nell VVnarey, Barbara Blum, Frances Dyer, Marion Clark, Mary Beers, Iosephine Stewart. Row Two: Iirnmy Robertson, Miss Masterson, Dottie Fields, Emory Greene, Betty Berry, Danny Baird, Ee-tty Ruth Hiscoclc, Mrs. As- bury, Mrs. Petree, Philip Thompson. Row Three: Ioe Levitt, Mr. McGinnis, Charles Hoffmann, Charles Miller, Bill Terry, Gilbert Trythall, Charles Vtfeed, Teddy Galyon, Allen McDonald, VJilbur Block. Library Assistants First Row: Lei! to right, Alive Chesney, Pi- :gy Pnelos, Barliard lean Perry, lodean Naugher, Peggy English, Margaret Black, Mary Atlcin, Shirley Voltz Marion Robbins, Kathleen Ham- ilton Mariorie Piper, Louise Veal. Second Row: lNilrna May, Mary Helen Iones, larnie Gillenwdters, Lois Hoffman, Barbara Blum, Harriette Pentrack, Inez Iohnson, Lucille Campbell, Dorothy Hodd, Ann Curtis, Kather- ine Blaclcburn, Eva Venable, Librarian. Third Row: Charles Hoffman, Iimmy Robertson, Johnny George, Philip Voltz, Ernest Hendrix. Wilbur Block, Iohn Crye, Teddy Galyon, Gay- riell VVharey, Carol Force. Hall Monitors Row One: Barbara Calloway, Iuanita Petree, Carrie Lou Smelser, Edith Berry, Nancy Kees- ling, Mildred Cain, Grace Fawver, Betty Bur- nette, Tommie Mynatt, Row Two: Clara Cassady, Lillie Mae Barr, Henry Vllaggoner, Charles Anderson, Willie Paston, Nina Hathcote, Geneva Mynatt, Evelyn 'v'Jeaver. Row Three: Bob Shields, George Williams, Bob Hughes, Charles Adams, Richard Warren, Iarnes Deal, Vtlilliam Brown, I. B. Ricketts, larnes Curtis, George Bradfute. Not in picture: Miss Myers, Advisor. x,Hook, Nancy Sterling, Muriel Templin, Dramatics Club Row One: Left to right. Patsy Stallard. Treasurer: Peggy Vtfakefield, Presi- dent: Margaret Mustoe, Secretary: Nancy Evans, Vice-President. Row Two: Hazel Smith, Eileen Weaver, Wilma May, Dorothy Dowling, Ernistine Wolfenbarger, Mildred Reagan, Doro' thy Mynatt, Mary line Vance, Ida Newman, Norma lohnson, Betty lean Newman. Row Three: Mary Frances Dyer, Nancy Watrous, Harriet Iackson, Norma Ray Sharpe, Phyllis Matthews, Betty lean l Wilson, Ioan Fogarty, Helen Watrous, Ioyce Drinnen, Marjorie Miller, Mildred . Atkins, Iosepbine Brown. Row Four: Sally Kotz, Rose Mary Atkins, Anna Lee Weaver, Patricia Holliday, Sue Ann Bolling, Natalie Brown, Mary Frances Stoffell, Ioyce Shetler, Lois Hoffman, Shirley Voltz, Carol Force, lean Morris, Lentella Griffith, Nell Weaver, Marion Hope Grubb. Row Five: Edna Mae Brown, lane Gibbs, Dorothy Cobble. lean Cates, Ieannie Burrage, Ella lean McPhetridge, Betty Io Solomon, Bobbie Roberts, Betty Mynatt, Beverly Troutman, Ann Curtis, Delores Noe, Virginia Harrell, Ioan Hubbs. Row Six: Miss Ahler, Inez lohnson, Wanda Wyrick, Bob Hughes, Iimmie Lovelace, Henry Vtfaggoner, Howard Young, Bob God: dard, Ramsey Pollard, Elierx Grubb, Danny Baird, Betty Hiscoclc, Betty Berry, Sue Swaggerty, Martha Lester, Barbara Forbis. f, W ff P fo t Home Economics Club r First Row: Left to right, Eilien Weaver, Barbara Ford, Earnestine Wolfenbarger, Evelyn Clark, Nadine Taley, Doris McFarland, lessie lohnson, lulia Haun, Evelyn Vtfeaver, Joyce Drinnen, Mary lane Vance, Nell Weaver, Marian Grubb, Mildred Rogers, Pauline Johnson, Bobbie Sue Steele, Betty Newmon. Row Two: Ioan Melton, Oredn Hale, lennie Duncan, Betty Io Clark, Frances Mills, Phyllis Moyers, Helen Rogers, Tommie Mynatt, Sidney Witt, Carol Williamson, Gaynell Wharey, Mary Harrington, Marion Clark, Frances Monday, Barbara Barnes, Betty Rhoades. Frances Nell Robbins. Row Three: Helen Ridney, Phyllis Keck, Evelyn Wilson, Barbara Clark, Betty Sherlin, Lillian Dewist, Wanda Bounds, Lois Stewart, Ann Atkins, Barbara Moon, Edna Brown, Harriet Epps, Nancy Naylor, Mary Ann Wright, Mrs. Garrison. Row Four: Sarah Watkins, Retia Heifner, Mary Freeman, Marian lohnson, Peggie Sharp, Betty lo Goins, Bobbie Children, Iune Hood, Barbara Calloway, Lentella Griffeth, Mona Bullard, Mary lane Bule, Betty Neal, Mary Moore, Phyllis Vtfilliams, Shirley Voltz, Marion Robbins, Ann Curtis, Mrs, Baird. Row Five: Barbara' lones, unidentified. Carolyn Evans, Barbara Burnette, Ioyce Edwards, Katherine Berryhill, Betty Holland, Norma Wolfkiel, Barbara Barbara' Miller, Marylor Burnett, Ann Hurst, Barbara Io Wells. Row Six: Bobbie Thomas, Mary Ann Ambrister, Carlyn Ryder, Charlotte Clai- borne, Bessie Walker, Betsy Bailey, lean Hunter, Betty Galhar, Nancy Garrett, Zoe Burrows, lone Farnham, Ieannine Stewart, Barbara Atchley, Charlotte Rodgers, Phyllis I-finest Sue George. Row Seven: Mrs. Guinn, Betsy Harring- ton, Betty Walker, Elizabeth Freels, Marjorie Temple, Barbara Williams, Barbara Odell. lane Freeman, Frances Edmondson, Thelma Edmondson, lane Gibbs, Io Ann Cockrum, Virginia Moser, Doroth Daniel, Lois Boop, Mary Hut' ton, ary e son, Mary Ellen Carden. ss. Sacki-Ty Club Row One: Left to riaht lack Nelson, Kenny Miixwell, unidentified, Bobby Peek Kenneth Cameron, Frederick Biesdarph, Bill Hillliouse. How Two: lack Bannister, Phil Ftuqo, Teddy Galyon, Bobby Peelce, Herman Beaaan, Chris. Hoffmann, lohnny Gresham, Don Ballinger, Allen McDonald, limmy Robertson, Mr. Seyf mour, advisor. Row Three: Donald Band, Lloyd Bose, Neville Hammer, Bill Terry, Burch Stewart, Lyman Weaver, Danny Baird, Gilbert Trythall. 53241, 1 I 1. 5 ,. 1' ' 4-H Club Row One: Lei' to rialif, Wesley Ktfiaqorier NVilma lvfay fanit Gillenwiter, Bovfi Spcnfer Row Two: Geirqe Vtliiliams lohn Spencer, Allred lf zrtin, R rich Nichols, Creed Elkins. Row Three: Mr. Keller, advisory Fred Boling Floyd Frou-.'n, B. li. Snixfli, Alfred Ev iris, Go:- aon fr ine, Junior P. T. A. Council First Row: Left to right, Bill Terry, Nancy Wat- rous, Mary Hutton, Eugene Foster. Bow Two: Katherine Blackburn, Mary Harrina- ion, Virginia W'olfe, loan Fogarty, Barbara Atchley, Barbara Cruze, luanita Petree. Third Row: Mary Helen lones, luanita lones, Barbara Barnes, Marjorie Piper, Betty lo Clark, Pauline Veal, Delores Noe, Tommie Mynatt. Fourth Row: Mary Frances Smith, Marion Hope Grubb, Barbara lones, Shirley Voltz, Charlotte Claiborne, Betsy Bailey, Dorothy Daniel, Beverly Edwards, Louise ea. Fifth Row: Ann Henderson, Gaynell Wharey, Audrey Hale, Mary Luttrell, leannie Sexton, Barbara Atchley, Betty Sue Wade, Charlotte Rogers, Betty lean Dobbins, Nancy Sterling. Sixth Row: Anna Lynn Terry, lane Gibbs, Betty lo Solomon, Philip Porter, lack Mynatt, Marshall Coclcer, limmy Marks, Bob Sharp, lack Nelson, Howard Culpepper, Charles Black. Seventh Row: Miss Warren, Don Hill, limmy Tolbert, Bob Goddard, Charles Weed, Donald Band, Eugene Fields. Freshman Y-teens Bow One: Lcff to right, Grace Thomp- sbn, Betty Ann Bicker, Baziara Ford, Barivzra Adams, Elizabeth Shrader, Nutr Erwin, Phyllis Keck Leslie Freels Katherine Vtfeis Martha' E, Betty Cruze, Mazign Gfdlxlf, Nancy Sterling. Row Two: Nancy Houser, Nan 'y Corum, N111-y Walker, Betty Creswfll, lo Ann Cackrurii, Anna Ruth Ervin, losephine Brown, Sue Lewis, Imogene Bayless, B irliarz Wells, Anna Hurst, Sydney VY. , Mary Frances Mault, Bar- laia Clark. Row Three: Minnie Donaldson Mcryi Ann Hall, Batty lean Tindel, Lucille Smith, Barbara Burnette, Charlotte Rodgers, Nancy Garret, Betty Holland, uxiideritified, Evelyn Robf rts, Bobbie B iiley, uriidtfntitird, Peggy Edna, Betsy Harrington, Mary Ellen Carden, Bob- lie Sue Steel. Row Four: Harriet Epps, Shirley Dyer, unidentified, lo Ann Fulkes, Nell VVeaver, Elizabeth Cunningham, lean Dobbins, Carlene Ryder, Ann Atkins, unidentificd, Suzzan Welmus, Sally , Betty Sue Wade, Mary Ann Vtfright, loyce Edwards. Row Five: Katherine Berryhill, Ioan Cassady, Norma Wolfkiei, Bxrbarzt Lack, Zoe Burroughs, Phyllis Hinds Lois Stewart, Betty Rhodes, Carolyn Stern, Barbara Riddick, lane Freeman, Barbara O'Dell, lan? Gibbs, Marilyn Burnett, Mary Dotson. Row Six: Ruby Lee Covington, Edith Ann Brown, Martha Ramsey lackie Poe, Betty Gallahar, lane Farnham, Barbara lanes, Betty Morris, Ann Carlton, Mary Moore Ann Hodge, Barbara Atchley, Margaret Brown, lean Sexton, Donna 'Wesby, Betty 'Walken Dixie Abner, Mary lane Vance. :lr 7 I ni rr i' Sophomore Y-teens Row One: Pauline lohnson, loan Iohnson, Eileen Weaver, Bill l , lghfison, l'o:rn'1 lean lohnsan, lda Newman, Louise Henry, Anne Dalton, Betty Newman, Iecnette Weaver, Alla Lee Musgrave, Row Two: Beverly Edwards, Lois Hoffmann, Evelyn Weaver, Anne Curtis, Ruth Sandburg, Mildred Atkins, Marjorie Miller, Gentella Griffith, Mary Rose Mclnturff, Mary lane Shipman, Barbara McCartt, lean Morris, lewel Sharp. Row Three: Louise Veal, Shirley Voltz, Mary Harrington, Gaynell Vtfharey, Bobbie Kirk, Wanda Atkins, Betty Rose Travis, Edna Mao Brown, Mildred Regan, Fran Waugh, Ruth Edwards, Charlie Armstrong, Norma Bullard, Barbara McCulla. Row Four: loan Lancaster, Marion Rob- bins, Mary Feernan, Mildred Burgess, Marion Booker, Elizabeth Freels, loyce Shetler, Violet Nelson, Mary lane Rule, " Barbara Etherton, Phyllis Rudder, Bob- Nt bie Black, Carol Vfilliamson, Anna Lee Weaver, Sally Kotz, Row Five: Barbara Moon, loan Allen Betty Lou Chamberlain, Carol Force, Phyllis Williams, Bobbie Childress, Bar- bara Hollaway, Dottie Cobble, Marie Phillips, Dot Errige, Virginia Wolfe, Marie Meek. Row Six: Iosephine Chandler, Virginia McClain, Barbara Woods, Martha Coy- ner, Rosemary Atkin, Sue Swaggerty, Barbara Barnes, Betty Berry, Ezreane Taylor, Mary Beets, Helen Hasty, Mar- garet Leake, Peggy Hubbs. Row l yn Nou: How llffri lean Row Wctrfff Junior Y-Teens One: Lczt tn riqlxt, loyce Riesolorph, Eve- 'Nolvster' Mary Sue lNillia'rns, Faye rilwarger lennio Sue Haggard, Betty Ort. Two: Ann Morris, Tommie Mynatt, Ethel lzix, Pliylris Matthews, loyce Holloway, Hulvhs, Lois Beighard. Three: Beryl Titus Betty Gains, Mary lane Preston, Betty Carol, Mildred Hancock Betty' Adams, Buoy Vfyrick, loan Hublos. Row Four: Czrelyn Fillers, Sarah 'Warwick Barrarrr Calloway, Adorin 'Nood, Lillian Len- non, Betty Tallznwn, Lcretta' Hamilton Essie Ruta Doufglrrs. Fifth Row: Margaret Black, Marjorie femple, Kathleen Hamilton, Dorothy Byerly 'Wilma Luskjw, Grace Evelyn Fawver, Betty Tilson. No' rrirturr- fflrs, Mildred Stinernan adviscr. Movie Operators Front Row: Lffi 'fz riazit, lack Tilleft Dickie Ptiyi r, Wesley lffcrggzner Calvin Vfallace, lan.-s Curtis, Bolert Dillwortli, Charles Hoff- rnazvi. Buck Row: 'l 'titiy Hall Dan :ld B' fivfs, S zrri lklff zrny, ll :rsh :fl Coker Karl Parrott lirnrny Tcl: er' Plziligi Hcrnnscn, R. Turner, ad- VISCT. Senior Y-Teens Row One: B4,:rhn1'ra Atchley, Betty Matthews, Nadine Talley, Betty lo Clark, lacqueline Cresvvoll, Melha Wilson. Row Two: Nancy Pierce, Mildred Hollings- worfi, Mary 'Wilson, Mary Ann Arnbrister, Phylis Moyers, Doris McFarland. Row Three: Mary Wolfkiel, Lucille Campbell, Virginia Moser, Margaret E. Davis, Pauline Veal Nancy Evans, Dorothy Daniel, Row Four: Nancy Vlatrous, Hazel Smith, leanne Burraqe, Bobbie Roberts, Betty Mynatt, Betty lo Solomon, leanne Armstrong, Mary Hutton. Row Five: Mary Vtlarren, Carolyn Deaver, Margaret Bale-s Margaret Mustoe, lean Cates, Phyllis Vfyriclc, Edith Savage, Harriette Pen- tract, Mrs. W. P. Asbury, luanita Tindell. Bowling Club Row One: Lett to right, Iean Hubbs, Nancy Pierce, Faye Wolfenbarger, Bar- bara Cruse, Barbara Armstrong, Caro- lyn Deaver, Betty Tallman, Nadine Tal- ley, Betty Matthews, Margaret Leak, Bobbie lean Childress. Row Two: Betty Lou Thomas, Dot Arn- wine, Elizabeth Hughes, Mattie Lou Bibee, lean Pyle, Anne l-lines, Phyliss Wyrick, Mary Warren, Miss McCloud. advisor, Mary Lynn Gilmer, Barbara Hollivway, Ioyce Holloway, Betty Io Clark, Ioan Atchley, Margaret Ann Bales, Martha Lou Burkhart. Ancient Order oi Alchemists Row Cne: Sue Kirkpatrick, Betty , Marjorie P per Sarah Warwick, Phyllis Rudder, Pat Dobson, Ba'rbara Blum, Betty l-liscock, Miss Shipe, advisor. Row Two: Roger Anderson, George Bradfute, Robert Dillworth, Bill Lovef day, loe Anges, Bill lflillhouse, Teddy Galyon Charles Miller, Allen McDon- ald, Charlton Mabry, Kenny Maxwell, lames Curtis, Emory Greene. Row Three: Robert Underwood, David Murrian, Bob Sharp, Iimmy Lett, Frank Snodgrass, Stewart Worden, Burch Stewart, Larry Andrews, Gilbert Try- thall, Vtfilbur Block, Phil Bugg, C. P. Tudor, loe Levitt. Commercial Club First Row: Left tx right Ctrrrie Lou Sn1fls+r Proarant Chiirznanr Nancy Keesling, Tiers- urer- lviillicent Cotnlzs, Recreation Cliiiritianp Phyllis Liattnews, Secretary, Aaelene Hyatt, V135-President, Cra Faitli Powers Presiaent, ani Doris Mcharlarid, Puilirity Chairrngzn. Second Row: lfiiry Louise Vfright, Iuaniia Petree, Lats Kunkel Phyllis Iwlcycvrs, 'liiflrnz le 1:1 lf Avis, Frirfes Mills, lune T illey, Bet'y Matthews. Third Row: lean Provenir-, Katherine Vfiiite, Betty Riagei, Patsy Sowards, Anna Perkins, llxss Gladys Stone, Spcnsorg luanita lones, leyae Holloway, and Betty lo Clark. Golf Team Firsi Row: Left to right, Mrs, 'WY M. Murray, lack Draper, Bill Paddis, lack Hinds, limmy Hinds, Ray Bittle, Don Lynch, Gordon Crain. Second Row: Albert Collins, Phillip Bugg, I-larry Barrier, Charles Faddis, Harry Morgan, lack Beeler. S. O .S. Club First Row: Left to right, Pauline lohnson, Ida Newman, Sally Katz, Martha Coyner, Shirley Voltz, Kitty White, Alice Chesney, Betty New-' man, loan Melton. Second Row: Pauline Sattertield, Barbara Adams, Ruby Morgan, Rosemary Atkins, Charlotte McDaniel, Betty Neal, Betty Satter- iield, Sarah Watkins, Ma'ry Freeman, Mr. Walker, advisor. Third Row: luanita lones, Bobby Black, Bar' bara Barnes, Wanda Vendrix, Tommy Burgess, Marion Booker, Malita' Vtfebb, Virginia Cope poclc, Ruth Edwards. Fourth Row: Marion Robbins, Mary Alice Beets, Betty Berry, Alice Cox, Wanda Butler. Hy-Y Club First Row: Left to right, Carl Roberts, lohn Cunningham, Louis M usselznti, Bill Keck, Eonaid Reeves, 'Wilbur Block, Richard 'War- ren, Oscar Yarbrouqh, Herbert Homer, Carl Steele, Charles Searcy. Second Row: Euaene Foster, Paul Rouse, Philip Voltz, Iohn Smoot, Bob Johnson, Richard Tumblin, Richard Nich- ols, Lowell Miller. Third Row: Bill Henson, Iohn Lonqmire, Earl Bohanan, Tommy Hall, Bob L. Smith, Sam Perry, Bill Foster, Frank Brown, Sarn McCamy. Fourth Row: Karl Parrott, Bill Freels, Bill Barton. AQ W 1 unior Classical League First Row: Left to riqht, Phyllis Rutter, Bobbie Kirk, Mildred Atkins, lune Mc- Murry, Ruth, Eslinqer, Mary Harring- ton, Patsy Dobson, Eileen Weaver, Velma Anderson. Second Row: Iimmy Robertson, Vice- President, Marjorie Miller, Mary Beets, Gaynelie Wharey, Betty Hiscock, Iune Hood, President, Jeannine Stewart, Carolyn Fillers, Barbara Blum, Secre- tary, lamie Gillenwaters, Carol Wil- liamson, Mrs. Iohnston, sponsor. Third Row: Wilbur Black, Danny Baird, Treasurer, Charles Miller, Teddy Gal- yon, Program Chairman, Hoover Wat- son, Bill Terry, Social Chairman, Gil- bert Trythal, Iimmy Tolbert, Iimmy Lett, lack Alien, Stuart Garrett, Larry An- drews, Emil Anderson. K1tchen Club Row One L 'ue rlit Ioan Foecrtw S Gr y How Two N s Betty 'lrilrnon rts rs Hunter Jfeterii niiniqer B s Florente Pat S itirl Fozel Smith Row Three Curl Steele Bud Sherrod Paul Boise Bruc .irrinq n Bill Boker Bob Perry Bill Bullen Custod1c1ns Left to Right Nr lliler Mr Lowery lv M ute Mr C e lc Boys Gym Assistants Row One: Left to right, Bill Bullen, Bill Henson, Curl Roberts, Eddie Erwin. Row Two: George Schcicid, lock Beeler Bill Baker, limmy Block, Bob Temple. Row Three: lack Adcfms, Bill Keck, Bud Sher- rod, Arthur Aston, V. D. Turner, Ir., Poul Rouse. 5th Period Glee Club First Row: Left to noni Bolulzy Cunninaixam, 1 latin Bo: insvn Fed Little Norman Vfytieatzr Biytnond Sznizh Charles Lindberg Lowe. Second Row: Bali Roberts, Donald Beal, Eu- aene Keith, Kenneth lirgin, l. C. Morgan, Louis Collier Qdfllilfllil Brown. Third Row: Charles lufvivfilli in, Vanwiel Faust, . VH. Ftiqwtiti Pi iker yvaler De Valt 'lltsnnny Sharie don, Vfessloy Vlfaqqoner, Philip Atohley, Mrs. Thomas Robert l-luiiert, Fourth Row: Robert lones, Bolulvy Wrialtt, l. T. Smith, Holm-rt Fitznxaurioo, Melvin VVarwiok, 'ltvxntny llfill, Bclsert Zinc, Sain Artnstronq Allred Martin. Fifth Row: Lowell Polinq, Fate Faust, lack Cornls, Leoniroi Cole lirn Black Bill Keck, Bill llensrtn. Beta Club Row One: Left to right lem Vaiiaeqriii, Bar- liwtlfft Blurn Zorothv Daniel, Lois Boop, lacque- line Creswell, Dorctha Fay Beeler. Row Two: Harriette Pentravk, leanne Burraae, Allin Chesney, Edith Savage, Marian Car- rnivhael, Martorie Piper Betty Burnette, Ora Faith Powers, Lucille Campbell. Row Three: Miss Hicks, Henry Waaaoner, Roger Anderson Bill l-lillhouse, Ioe Bhyne, '.Vili'ur Blofk Bill Terry, Charles Hoffmann, Holger! Dilworth, Philip Thompson, C, P. Tudor, linimy Forettscn, Friznk Wilker, Donald Band. 6th Period Glee Club Row One: Left to riaht, Katherine White, Uretha Bowers, fodeen Nauqher, Wilma May. Row Two: Margaret Lusby, Frieda Starney, Barbara lo Wells, Frances Nell Bobbins, Ioan Atvhley, loann Cox, Lois Taylor, loann Cock- rutn, Patsy Smith. Row Three: Nancy Houser, Helen Carmichael, Mary Ann Ambrister, Delores Day, Dorothy Dowling, Buoy Mclall, Phyllis Marcum, Ioann Lindsay, Peaqy Hubos, Bobbie Powell, leanne Barnes, oaqy Roark, Mrs. Thomas. How Four: Louise l-le-nry,, Barbara' lean Moore, Betty LaRue, lo Boring, Margaret Nel- son, Mary Bose Mclnturfi, Bettye layri Smith, Barbara Sexton, Betty Reap, Nina Daniel, lewell Sharn, Betty Carden, Iuanita Tindell, Christine Cameron. Row Five: Barbara Knight, Loretta Hamilton Iohnny Pratt, Meryl Ann Hall, Norma Huckle- berry, Dorothy Byerley, Mary Beets, Clara Lynn 'Wells Betty Anderson. ORCHESTRA Row One Left to rrqht Charlotte Clcnborne Carolyn Frllers Mary Wrlson Beryl Trtus Helen Hasty Bzllle Snyder Adelene Hyatt Belly Neuberl lohn Deal Phyllxs Rutter Row Two Mary Wnqht Carolyn Bexley Ruth Blackburn Loroune Grubb Vrrqrnrcr McGhee Iecrnnme Siewczrl Sue Ann Wrllxczms lane Barnes lune Hood Sue Ann Bollmq Betty Neubert Betty Io lohnson Standing Mary Robbrns Mr Luttrell chrecior Evelyn Weaver 4th PERIOD GLEE CLUB Row One Left to rrghf Baroara Mrller Helen Watrous Helen Kunk l Vera Nell Cox Ruby McGhee LaFerne Paschal Susre Cruze Barbara Cruze Evelyn Lrsenbee Harrxet Iackson Carolyn Evans Shrrley Moses Dorothy Smrth Row Two Iacquelrne Cressw ll Ruth Edwards loyce Shetler NGtCl19 Brown Mary Frances Stoffell EtthelHendr1x Carol Wrllramson Mattre Lou B1bee Mary Evelyn Broyles Effte Hamrlton Tune Hood Phyllrs Wyrrck Ienme Sue Haggard B tty Pooe Vtfanda Harrls held Barbara Broach Barbara Armstrong Io Ann Cawood Thea Fortner Margaret Davrs Margre Temple Mary Lynn Cwxlmer lean Cates Anne Curtrs Mrs Thomas Row Four Nancv Ke slmg Carolyn Sm'1th Harry Atkms Iohn Housley B111 Sharp Leonard Cas Bob Sm1th Fred Fogarty S m P rry Henry Waggener Betty Bean Maxme Cox Row Fwe B1 hard Nrchols Btll Whrte Lester Dodson Arthur Aston Bob Temple Iohn Cunnmgham lack Courtney Ernest Hodg B1llGoodma lenny Garner Ramsey Pollard Lamar Embry Eben Grubb Buddy Young Row Three: Nancy Pierce, Eleanor Herrod, Ora Faith Powers, Audrey Hale, Norma Hale, Lois Tillery, Peggy Wake- AW BHIID Row One Left to riqht Bill Hendrix Bill Hillhouse Edward Honeycutt Norman Tate Colbert Petree Calvin Wallace Gilb rt Trythall Inca Nelson Iimmy Tolbert Kenneth Gres am Bill Deal Wilbu Blc lc Row Two Adel ne Hyatt Katherine Lynch Haroldine Spears David Smith Donald Batts Dorothy Bee-ler Evelyn Webster Harvey Parish Bill Wood Anna Perkins Virqini Coppo k Frank Snodgrass Dorothy Fields Row Three: Mary Harrington, Suzanne Welmers, limmy Robertson, Alfred Evans, Gerald Graber, Everett Wampler, lack Bannister, Claude Miller, Donald Band, Bill Embry, Danny Baird, Marion Clark, Beryl Titus. Row Four: Clyde Capps, ,lohnny Lay, Evelyn Weaver, Bob Lewis, Bob Marshall, Bob Smith, Charles Brown, Howard Vesser, Harmon Nine, Tommy Cate, Norman Weinnqer, Harold Morris, Philip Ruaq, Lynn effers, Kyle MacMillan. Row Five: Fred Graves, Herbert Templin, lohn Arp, James Freeman, Sammy Cole, limmy Neil, Bob Goddard, leannine Stewart, Dan O'Leary, Bob Adcock, Bob lohnson, lack Coclcrum, Don Lynch, Charles Hoffmann, Philip Thompson. Top Row: Kenny Maxwell, Wesley Waqqoner, Bob Coward, lohn Headrick, Karl Parrott, Beverly Kreis, lack Bennet, lirnmy Leinart, Lois Hiqhard, William Cook, Nevil Hammer, Charles Williams, Herman Colder, Mr, Luttrell CIIENTRAL41 Down z VISITORS 0 YDS.T0 G0 I I Ivwu,-we I W' Z...-J V 5 -5- mg., 'ELWPG I 445 WPURTS O wi 'H' X F7 f 4 XX Z7 X XY LJ Xa, .J NJ W DNXZK WSQON X!Ziiji!,,ff Y ku! K 17 ' A JDJ I-'fy X K1 J f,p . Q 1 4 K A U7 V , ,f S 5 A. fl gg Q A Q X, x fs X f- A ' - X Q f yy XX fw . I J ffxfxx E E . 5 K K X of 0 9' Vx 'EQ ff he-A Nw W f U Vk , 9 K ,A W ff X ,f X ,6 Nfl f V 1 X ,X 11,7 YIX I K 'Q 2 NN 1 rr Y X J X X, N Jin, WK Ng NJ DRUM MAJOR SPONSOR AND MAJORETTES KARL PARROTT Drum Mayor BEVERLY KREIS Sponsor LOIS REIGHARD Mcxlorette 1 X X f X: A .f ix 'l." I , , XJ X 'I -x V .X ' x .' ' gb j w X X J ' L JIMMY LEINART-Maiorette 'il V K V . 1 A , 1 I xr X X, 4. l. X A LN V ' X' EX . ,N - - L N 1 JX 2, 1: X J A , 'Q rv X, CHEERLEADERS Left to Rxqhi Barbara Whlied Iohn Housley Ioyce Vanderqnii Mary Katherine Gallaher Bob Houser lean Hackney Ann Moms Carl Sieele Ioan Cawood ,Y C CLUB HDW ONE: Le!! lo right, Iohn 'moot "Dickie" Nichcl", Eddie Eull-:1, Io'1n Robinson. Bill Hen ol.. Carl Roberts. RON 'IW"': Bill Sharp. Charles Wh-c1er. "Ia.4e' Cle-l-, Charles Bohanan, Donald Reeves Bill Goodman, Fred Fogarty. Irwin Nixon Crews Bud Lauqheriy, Sam Perry Bill Searcy Jack Adams Lowell Miller. Bill Keck. Earl ROW THREE: Oscar Yarbrough, Frank Erswn, Phllip Voltz. Louis Musselman, Iohn Cunningham. Bob Temple. Paul Rouse, lim Black. Iohn Bohanan. NDT PICTURED: Hazen Kreis, Iack Ieeler, Bud Sherrod, Bill Bxic rr. Lonnie Smith, Luke Householder. Bob Livengood. BILL BAKER BUD SHERROD Captam Altemate Captam FCOTBALL The Central High Bobcats had a very successful football seaso1 this year as they closed the campaign with nine victories two tres and one loss Also the boys were d feated by Holy Cross rn the postseason Exchange Bowl at Iackson Tennessee Starting the season right the team played nine games wlthout a loss although one game was a 68 tie with Male High Then a powerful Charlotte eleven got our numoer to the tune of 196 The annual Thanksgiving Day one foot line There was some dlscussxon about a few c o e decrslons ruled against Central by the ofhclals Twice touchdowns were apparently scored but xt was clarmed that the ball had stopped on the six inch lme Coach Burst Warren s only comment was We were robbed' Several agreed with him but all took rt rn a sportsmanlxke manner Coaches Burst Warren and O C Lloyd deserve much credit for the excellent Job that they did Though the schedule was tough the team made an exceedmgly good showmg b mg led by Captain Bill Baker AllCrty center Co Captain Bud Sherrod All East Tennessee end lack Beeler All East Tennessee tarlbaclr Brll Henson All City guard Carl Roberts quarterback and many others We look forward to next year in hopes of another good season Coach Red Eubanks has retumed to the staff and we are all sure that the coaches will tum out another great football machine At the annual banquet Ilm Black was elected captain for 1947 and Hazen Krers Ir was named co captain We know that they wlll both prove excellent leaders The following members of the football team received letters for their service rn 1946 Bud Sherrod Hazen Krers lim Black Louis Musselman Paul Rouse B111 Henson Bill Baker Carl Roberts Fred Fogarty lack Beeler Bud Laugherty Nixon Crews Charles Searcy lack Adams Don Reeves Luther Householder Lowell Miller B111 Keck Earl Bohannon Iohn Smoot Lonnie Smith Phil Voltz Oscar Yarbrough Iohn Robinson Bill Goodman and Managers Richard Nichols and Edwin Irwin E35- 5 game with Knoxville High ended with the score 7-all and with Central in possession ol the ball on the Troians' - . . . . E S . . . . . . is Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central TOTAL , ,,,, Lett to Rrqht Coach Lloyd Coac1 Warr n Coach Wmmqer F O O T B A L L Schedule and Results Stair Rule Oak Rxdqe Youngs Manual Everett , Morristown Male H , Bristol ,.,,, Charlotte .. Knoxville ,, Holy Cross TOTAL . l. lr - Row One Lett to nqht Paul Rouse lack Adams Iohn Cunningham B1ll Henson Blll Bullen Row Two hm Black Hazen Krexs Bob Temple Iac: Beeler Bob Wynclc BASKETBALL TEAM fVQIS1tYl The flashy Centray High Bobcat qu ntet beat Cathollc H1211 38 30 ln the hnals of the Exghth Dxstnct Tournament at Knoxvllle High School to be crowned champions ot th at drstn t and to be the Exghth Dxstrxcts representatwe tn the regxonal toumament at the Unwersxty ot Tennessee Prevnusly the Bobcats had won seventeen of twentythr regularly sch duled games The slx losses sus tuned by the team were all close games wlth the exceptlon et one wxth the Unwersxty of Tennessee B team Coaches O C Lloyd and Frank Wmxgar deserve much credxt for the excellent wo lc which they have done with the team this year It would be hard to name an xndlvxdual star on the team for lh reality they are all stars bexng led by Cap tam Iohn Cunnmgham Co Captam Iack Beeler Iaclc Adams B111 Bullen and Bob Temple Desplte hls two mlured hands Bob Baldy Temple was one ot the Bobcats hxgh scorers for the season The tollowxng boys recelved letters for their servtce to the team and to the school Iohn Cunnmqham lack Beeler Blll Bullen Bob Temple lack Adams B111 Henson Paul Rouse Hazen Krels Bob Wynck and hm Black CGHUCII S Opponent s Central s Opponent s Score OPPONENT Score Farragut Score OPPONENT Score Young Karns Halls Carter U T B Team Rule Knoxvllle Noms Cathohc Starr Carter Norns Young Knoxville Catholic Lake City Sldll' 47 Rule Farragut Clmton O 29 1 ., , , , .,,,,,, 24 49 -Q H i A V Y 30 53 l Y Y Y,,, Y Y Y YYYYVAYV V T - V Virri H 48 1 A A be 11 41 ? 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' Yrrgggggygyyyryyygy ggggg --ryyyyygy YYYY 3 7 51 m ' so so eeeeeee- A A eeee,sees-sss so 51 aa - e eeeeree za 57 l ' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,.,,,,,,,,,,v- , ,-,,,g,-,-AYY,A 29 11 - iYiiiV iiYVi i i f V ,--,-YiiYi Aww A Q 4 , Row One Left to nqht Ilmmy Marks Fred Graves Charles Searcy Don Ballmger Sam McCamy Row Two Lyman Weaver Ernest Hendrxx Ernest Hodge Pl-ul Rugg Charles Brown lack Courtney Phxl Voltz Not Pxctured Carl Roberts captam Fred Fogarty BASKETBALL B TEAM Central Hxghs B Basketball Team under the capable coaching ol Frank Weenxe Wmmger won fourteen game m an elghteen game schedule The four losses were verv close games two bemg lost by margms oi only two pomts one by one pomt and one by only hve pomts As rn the varsxty team all members had stellar performances to then' credxt so ln the B team Outstanding players were hm Black Phil Rugg hm Marks Emest Hodge Sam McCa'ny and Charles Searcy Central s Opponent s Score OPPONENT Score Farragut Karns Halls Carter Rule Knoxvxlle Knoxvxlle Lake Cnty Starr Catholic Stan Carter Norris Oak Rxdge Rule Cathollc 54 Clmton as n 27 -- N , , , , , , 26 47 -1 , , ,, , ,, , , , , 5 51 i ,, , ,, 9 20 T ,, W ,, ,, , , ,,,, , ,, , , 25 44 l ,, H ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,.r ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , , , , ,. 18 22 -T ' ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A , , , ,,,,,.,,,, 15 35 - ' ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, r,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, . 3 6 39 -- ' ,Y,,,, , ,,,r,,, ,, ,,,,,,, ,,A,, , ,,,,,,,, , 21 52 1 ' , , , ,,,,,,,, , N ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, , 23 29 i Young ,, , , ,,,,, , ,,,, ,. 31 47 -- ' ,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, , ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , 20 41 -- , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,...,, 1 1 26 T ' H ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,.,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, , , ..,,, ,,,,,, ,,..,,,,, , , 21 26 --- ' ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4A,4,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 1 36 -- , , , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,r,,,,, , , ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, , 13 33 -- ' ,, ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,, ,, ,, ,,,,, , , 28 --- ' YYYVV VYYYYVVYV YVVYV A H H Y 12 THE OLDEST BANK IN KNOX COUNTY Fountaln Clt Ban Call on us for your Plumbmg Heating and Electrlcal Problems BROADWAY PLUMBING HEATING 6. 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