Central High School - Signal Yearbook (Columbia, TN)

 - Class of 1942

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I1I , . k L, 'K1g M01 ' - A -1.- 1-it . ,z 1 1 ' : .' . 1 ' 1 1 ' ' VV11,' 1 ' " . 111:11 M ' .' . 3 ..1:11 K 1' K nl 4 A p C. C, GA1zDN1:11 J . :,.1':.' .' I, , . 'Q. D ' "! 1 .' 1 ' V-' S11 m S1lI7f'l'l"SOI' M11.: ', . 3,11 ,, A I Mn.: '. '. . '1-:s 'kt ir ir uk ir 'Ir ak ir ' ULASSES ' 'Ir 'lr 'Ir 'lr ak ir ir ak i' ir ir 'Ir ir ir SENIOR TEACHERS 'A f MRS. PARK Sponsor Mlss MOORE ' 1 ,E I I Sponsor V ..,, if MRS. NAPIER Sponsor JOHN SHELTON V1ce Presldent SS 'wr KATHLEEN GALLOWAY Treasurer FARISS PARKs Student Counc1l Member w--re NORA MAI THOMAS Salutatoman M-44 I Page SIX T jx ---1 AND OFFICERS MR, MATTHEWS Sponsor MR. MORROW Sponsor GEORGE KNOX Pres1dent JANE BATTS Secretary JACKIE WEATHERFORD Treasurer MARY GARDNER Valedlctorlan Class Colors Class Flowers RED AND WHITE ROSES 3 R nc' A 'Q . Q ' X . ,4' bmi RED, WHITE AND BLUE ' I ,,.. 3 SENIOR EVELYN ABERNATHY Latin 38 40 Latln Tournament 38 40 French 40 41 French Tournament 40 41 Member Glrl Reserves 38 40 Member Home Economlcs Club 40 41 Member Art Club 40 42 V1ce Presxdent Home Room 40 42 Member Slgnal Staff 41 42 Plano Pupxl 38 41 Member Band 38 42 BILL AKIN HI Y 39 40 Dramatxc Club 41 French Club 41 Pres1dentL1t erary League Club 42 Sclenee Club 40 Llttle Ten Declama tlon 41 JOHN R ANDERSON French Club 41 42 Glee Club 41 Dramatic Club 41 JANE HAMBLIN BA'r'rs Band 39 42 Captain 2 French Club 41 42 Secretary Class 42 Signal Staff 40 42 President of Home Room 42 Student Councll 42 French Tournament 41 Best all round Girl 42 D A R Cltlzenshlp Medal 42 FRANCES BRCWN Hobby Club 40 41 Home Eco nomlcs Club 39 42 LOUISE BROWN Home Economlcs Club 39 42 Glee Club 39 42 SPCA 42 Glrls Reserve 40 Llbrary As Slstant 40 41 Latin Club 39 GEORGE CAMPBELL FFA 38 40 French Club 40 42 Model Alrplane Club 42 3 CLASS MARY EVELYN ADKINS Chaxrman of Reading Club 'EJ 40 Hobby Club 40 41 French Club 41 42 MARGARET CATHERINE ALLEN Band 39 42 Home Economlcs Club 39 Latln Club 40 French Club 41 42 Secretary of Soph omore Class 40 Secretary of Student Body 42 MARIRUTH BARKER Glrl Reserve 38 40 Presldent of Blble Club 40 41 Glee Club 40 41 Latm Tournament 39 40 French Tournament 40 41 French Club 41 42 Slgnal Staff 40 42 Ofhce Asslstant 41 42 Home Room President 40 42 SARA FRANCES BEASLEY JIM BEVANS sxdent So homore Class 40 Erillub 40 -5 Baseball 39 42 Dramatlc Club 41 Llttle Ten one act play 41 42 S1gna1Staff 40 French Club Presldent 42 MARGUARITE BUNDRANT Home Economlcs Club 39 40 French Club 40 42 Gxrl Re serves 41 42 ANNE CANNON Secretary of Class 38 Treasurer of Class 40 Band 39 42 Sec retary Orchestra Club 41 French Club 42 Glrl Reserve 39 French Tournament Prettlest Glrl 42 Page Seven SENIOR PALLEN CARPENTER M C H S 38 39 Commercial Club 40 41 Secretary Treasur er of FBLA 41 42 JACK CECIL FFA 38 42 Basketball Squad 41 42 ELLA COFFEE President of Reading Club 39 40 Secretary of Hobby Club 40 41 Future Business Leaders of America 41 42 HOWARD DALTON JEAN DAVIS Dramatic Club 38- 41' S.P.C.A. Club 41- 42' Glee Club 39- 421 Dramatic Reader I.L.L. 42. MARY ALICE DODSON Library Assistant 40' Home Eco- nomics Club 41' Secretary- Treasurer of 'S.P.C.A. 42. MARY MARGARET ERWIN Basketball 40- 41' Vice-Presi- dent of Orchestra Club 40-'41: Band, '38-'41' Program Commit- tee of Home Economics Club 41- 42' Girl Reserves 38-'39. Page Eight f--1 'U 'if' F J! CLASS DOT CECIL Girl Reserves 38 40 Home Ec onomxcs Club 40 42 Treasure of Home Economics Club 42 French Club 40 Secre tary of French Club 41 42 Of fice Assistant 41 42 PAUL CECIL WILLIAM CRAIG MARGARET DAVIDSON Home Economics Club 39 40 Girl Reserve 40 41 Speech Club 41 42 French Club 41 BETTY DERRYBERRY Home Economics Club 39- 423 Art Club '40- 413 Latin Club, 413 Consul of Latin Club, '41' Debate Club '42' Literary League 41: Latin Tournament 39- 41' Signal Staff, 39- 42' Signal Editor 42: Band 39- 42' Band Sergeant 40- PEGGY DONOHO Band 39- 42' Band Festival 39- 42: Orchestra Club 39- 41' Glee Club 40-'42' Secretary of Glee Club '41' Treasurer of Class 415 Majorette of Band 39- 42' Fu- ture Business Leaders of Amer- ica 42: Home Economics Club, 42' Basketball 39- 40' Dramatic Club 39. GIDEON FARMER I' SENIOR J ov FIELD Band 38 42 Glee Club 38 41 Secretary Music Club .58 39 Presrdent Musrc Club 39 40 Orchestra C ub 40 41 Vrce Presrdent Glee Club 40 41 Nia Jorette 40 42 Band Festrval 38 42 French Club 41 42 Latrn Tournament 39 40 Most Popular Grrl 42 MARTHA FLEMING Home Economics Club 38 39 Grrl Rcserw. 39 40 Band 40 42 French Club 41 42 ELWYN GALLOWAY FFA 39 42 Band 39 42 Glee Club 40 41 Scrence Club RUSSELL GAMBILL, JR Football 40 41 Alt Captarn of Football Squad 41 C Club 39 41 Sergeant at Arms of C Club 40 41 HrY 38 39 Orchestra 39 40 Glee Club 40 41 Srgnar Staff 41 42 JUNE GARRETT Home Econornrcs Club 38 39 Treasurer of Home Economrcs Club 39 40 Cmnmercral Club 40 41 Future Busrness Leaders of Amerrca 41 42 DoRRrs GILIIAM FFA za 29 GR-Q Club ANN HARDrsoN Grrl Reserxes 39 40 Latrn Tournament 39 40 Glee Club 40 4 Secretarx Teen Age Club Presrdent Future Busrness Leaders of Amerrca 42 -g !X jx. CLASS MARGARET FITE Glee Club 39 40 Home Eco nomrcs Club 38 42 Commer cral Club 40 ADRIAN G Fox FFA 38 42 French Club KATHLEEN GALLOWAY Grrl Reserve 38 40 Glee Club 38 40 Home Economlcs Club Presrdent 40 41 Home Econom rcs Club YICE Presrdent 41 42 Class Treasurer 4142 Offrce Assrstant 41 42 Dramatrc Club :O 43 Dramatic Club Secretary MARY GARDNER Latin Tournament 39 42 French Tournament 41 42 Co Edrtor of Srgnal 40 42 Extem oraneous Speakrng 40 Band 39 student Councrl 40 Debat mg 42 Grrl Reserves Club 39 42 Secretary of Grrl Reserve 42 French Club 42 Music Club 40 Glee Club 39 41 Presrdent of Home Room 41 Musrc Cer trflcate Valedrctorran ELLEN GIBBs Home ECOHOIUICS Club 38 39 Readrng Club 39 40 Secretarx of Reading Club 39 40 French Club 40 42 E J GOSLIN H X 38 41 Secretarx of Home Room 40 42 Srgnal Staff 41 42 Most Studrous Box 42 BILLIE HARMON Page Nrne SENIOR J W HARMON J oi-IN HAYWOOD IMOGENE HYATT Glee Club 41 42 Home Eco nomics Club 39 40 42 Hobbv Club 41 Library Assistant 41 Chaplain of Home Room 42 H B JOHNSON Band 38 42 Glee Club Orchestra Club 40 41 JIM KEIRAN Three years at C BC Dramatic Club 41 42 GLENN KINNARD Football. '40-'412 Golf, '41-'42g Hi- Y 39-'40: C Club. '4l: Delegate to Boys State 41. P. D. LIGGETT F.F.A., '38-'423 Secretary F.F.A., '41-'42' Debate Club '42, Page Ten SPC 'B if 'in rx CLASS ANN HARVILL Band 39 42 Band Festival 39 42 Dramatic Club 39 Glee Club 39 41 Orchestra Club 40 41 Drum Majorette 41 42 ome Economics Club 42 Com mercial Club 42 VIRGINIA HOLLIDAY Home Economics Club 39 40 Speech Club 41 42 Music Club 40 41 French Club 41 42 Lit eiarx League 41 42 ANNIE DoRRIs JACOBS Reading Club 39 40 Hobby Club 40 41 Home Economics Club 41 42 ELIZABETH JOURNEY Home Economics Club 38 Latin Club 39 French Club 40 42 Girl Reserves 41 French Tour nament 41 Latin Tournament 39 40 Secretarv of Home Room 41 42 Signal Staff 42 WILMA KERR Home Economics Club 38 Hobby Club 40 41 GEORGE E. KNox Baseball 39-'42: Golf Team '41- '423 Band '39-'42' Hi-Y. 40- . Student Council, 41-42' Presi- dent of Senior Class 42' Glee Club '41' Best All-round Boy. ANNE LIGON Band 38-'42' Girl Reserves, 38- ' 3 Secretary of Music Club '39- '413 French Tournament 41. SENIOR J OSEPHINE LEUBETTER Latm Tournament 40 42 Read mg Club 39 40 Glee Club 39 42 Office Asslstant 41 42 Llt erary League Club 41 42 Latm Club 40 41 AURELIA LOVELL Gxrl Reserves 38 40 Presldent of Hobby Club 40 41 Vlce Presldent of The Future Busmess Leaders of America 41 42 CATHERINE B MATTHEWS Muslc Appreclatlon Club 39 Home Economlcs Club 40 41 42 Dramatlcs Club 41 42 SPCA 41 42 RAYMOND MCMEEN Qcxence Club 38 40 Commer clal Club 40 41 Future Bus: ness Leaders of Amerlca 41 42 Debate Club 41 42 JIMMY Momzow Blble Club 38 40 President Blble Club 38 39 Vxce Presl dent Bible Club 39 40 Latm Tournament 40 FFA 38 39 Band 38 42 French Tourna ment 41 EDYTHE NICHOLS EUNICE MARIE OWEN Readlng Club 40 Home Eco nomlcs Club 41 42 Secretary of Home Economlcs Club 4 Presldent of Home Economlcs Club. 42 V1cePres1dent of Speech Arts Class 41 Vlce Presldent Secretary of Home Room, 41 42 Llterary League Representatxve, 41 '42 Offxce Asslstant, 42 8. "5-4 CLASS HELEN LovE Glrl Reserves 39 40 Buble Club 38 39 MILDRED MARLIN Glee Club 41 42 French Club 41 42 J D MATTHEWS Mynders 3 F F A Presldent F F A 41 ELIZABETH MOORE Glrl Reserves 38 42 Basketball 40 41 French Club 41 42 EWING NEELLEY Orchestra Club 40 Band 38 4 Mlddle Tennessee Band Tournament 39 42 Commerclal Club 41 42 NEvA NORTON Home Economics Club 38 40 lee Club 40 41 Commerclal Club 40 41 Band 40 41 Band Tournament 41 12 Future liixskgess Leaders of Amerlca FARISS PARKS Gxrl Reserves 39 42 Presldent of Gxrl '-leserves, 41 42, Latm Tournament 3940'41'42 French Tournament 41 Student Council 40 '42 French Club 42 Vlce Presldent of Home Room. 41 Page Eleven SENIOR PAUL PICKLE Buble Club 39 40 Commerc1al Club 4-0 41 Slgm-1lStaff 41 42 JESSE PINKLETON DALCOMB FRED POAG Football 39 40 Band 39 40 H1 Y Club 39 40 Vlce PI'eS1 dent of Home Room 42 Com merclal Club 42 SARAH ALICE PRUETT Home Economlcs Club 38 42 SPCA 41 42 RUBYE REA Glee Club 38 42 Home Eco nomlcs Club 38 42 DOROTHY SEAGRAVES Home Economlcs 39 40 Muslc Club 40 41 French Club 42 Band 40 41 Glee Club 41 JOE SHAW Page Twelve CLASS HARRY PETTY FFA as 40 Baseball 41 MILLER PINKLETON Presldent Home Room 41 42 Treasurer of Class 40 41 H1 Y Club 38 41 Representatlve at Boys State 1n Lebanon 41 Glee Club 40 41 Slgnal Staff 40 42 BUSINESS Manager 41 42 Dramatze Club 40 41 STARLING PRESSNELL 1rl Reserves 38 42 V1ce Pres ldent G1rl Reserves 41 42 Sec retary of French Club 42 Slg nal Staff 39 40 ALMA PUGH rench Club 41 42 Home Room lComm1tteej 4142 IDA REN1-'Ro Glee Club 38 39 Home Eco nomlcs Club 38 42 HARRIETTE SHARPE Muslc Appreclatlon Club 38 40 Home Economlcs Club 40 41 42 Commerclal Club 40 41 HENRY LEON SHELBY Cheerleader, 40- 423 Hi-Y Club. '39-'41: Glee Club, '40-'42g Pres- ident French Club, '42: Vice- President Home Room, '41g Pres- ident Home Room, '42g Wittiest Boy, '42, SENIOR JOHN MARTIN SHELTON Football Squad 38 40 Band 38 42 Orchestra Club 39 40 President of Class 38 Vlce Presldent 39 40 41 Glee Club 39 40 ADELLA STEWART Home Economxcs Club 39 41 Art Club 40 Glee Club 41 Ser 'e'mt at Arms SPC, A 42 L11 erarv League Club 42 Llblary Assistant 40 42 WATNE THOMAS Band 39 42 Fxrst chatr musl clan Band Lleutenant HELEN THORNTON Home Economics Club 38 39 Glee Club 40 41 Band 38 40 Glrl Reserves 39 40 Latm Tour nament 39 40 Glee Club Teen age Club 41 Lnbrary As slstant 42 S1gnalStaff 42 Fu ture Busmess Leaders of Amer ICB 42 JACK WALDROP Sxgnal Staff 39 Student Coun cll 39 Latm Club 39 Orches tra Club 39 41 Sergeant at Arms 41 Basketball Squad 40 42 Alte1nateCaptam Basket ball 42 Band 39 42 Orxgmal Oxatorx 4142 Presldent f Student Bods 42 DIx1E RUTH WATSON Home Economlcs Club 38 40 COU1111ElC1dl Club 40 41 Future BIJSIIEESS Leaders of America 41 4 4740 A-.9 fx jx '55 ,QL CLASS MILDRED SNEED Home Economlcs Club 38 39 Glee Club 40 41 Commercial Club 41 42 NORA MAI THOMAS Glrl Reserves Club 38 40 Latm Tournament 38 42 Latm Club 40 41 French Tournament 40 41 French Club 41 42 Salma torlan J UANITA THOMPSON Glee Club 38 39 Vice Pres1 gent French Club 40 41 Hom conomxcs Cllb 38 39 F Club 41 42 I rench MARTPIA TURNER Gxrl Reserves 39 40 Home Eco nomlcs Club 41 Commercxal Club 42 Latm Tournament 39 40 Glee Club 40 Office As s1stant 42 Secretary of Home Room 42 DOROTHY UssERv Basketball Squad 41 42 Ge Club 40 42 Home Economics Club 40 41 EVELYN WAT K1-'R J ACK WEATHER1-'ORD Dramatlc Club 39 41 President Of Glee Club 40 41 Hx Y Club 39 41 Band 39 42 Treasurer of Class 41 42 Commerclal Club 41 42 Page Thlrteen V I A.-.' ' I l 1 , A , MARY TURNER - " A 1403 ' ---. ""1 '-3 ' A' Q S .. ,Q 5 Y E I-L Ee A Q ' SENIOR MIXRIJXN WHITAKER Dramatic Club. T191 Orchestra Club. '40-'411 Glen- Club. '30-'4f" Latin Tournament. '39-'42: Band. 42 Band F tual 39 42 Drum Mamxettc 42 JAw1Es Wu I I xMs IX Club 38 40 Fuluu Bus: n Ladu If AlllLIlLl gl ab al CLASS H D WHITFQIDE ROBERT J WII 1 IAMSON Ill X Club 39 41 Selena Club S8 39 Lltuau League '39 4 llass Plt.1dCl'l1 40 41 Student Lounul 0 41 DL wane 1 ms Stale 4 4 l1.,n1l Stall if! 42 BLINIIILSS Vlmagu 41 42 tal SENIOR SUPERLATIVES Pretmest Gzrl ANNE CANNON Best Lookzng Boy MILLER PINKLETON Best D1essed Gul FARISS PARKS Best Dressed Boy JIM BEVANS Most Studzous Gwl MARY GARDNER Most Studzous Boy E J GOSLIN Most Tzmzd Gwl NORA MAI THOMAS Most Tlmzd Boy JACK WEATHERFORD Most Popular Glrl JOY FIELD Most Populao Boy JOHN CHICK SHELION Bzggest Flnt lgzrll PEGGY DONOHO B1ggestFlz1t lboyl RUSSELL GAMBIII Bzggest Baby lg ll MARGU XRITE BUNDRANT Bzggest Baby lboyb JOHN Ross ANDERSON Wzttzest Gul ANN HARVILL Wzttzest Boy HENRY SHELBY Football Kmg GIDEON FARMER Sweetheart of C H S CATHERINE ALLEN Best all round gzrl JANE HAMBLIN BATIS Best all round boy GEORGE KNOX CLASS DAY PROGRAM SATUTATORY Nora Mal Thomas CLASS COLORS FLOWERS AND MOTTO PIANO SOLO CLASS PROPHECY CLASS IDEALS CLASS POEM CLASS WILL CLASS SONG THE KEY OF KNOWLEDGE VALEDICTORY ALMA MATER Page Foul teen Martha Turner Evelyn Abernathv Ann Hard1son Ella Coffe Farlss Parks Betty Derryberu Maman Whltakex Mary Gardner '39-' 'Z V 'I . 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' 1 :ff 8 iv ' ' - ' ir - H CLASS HISTORY ,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, l,YY,ll,, V,,,,,,, A , , ,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,A,,,,,A A ,,,AMary Turner ' ,,... ,,.,, , ., ,. ,, H. ..,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 3 1 ' 1 SALUTATORY Members of the Board of Educatron teachers parents and frrends Hov happy we are to welcome you to these exercrses' You are our frlends you are a vrtal factor rn our lrves It IS due to your helpful gurdance rrstructron and encouragement that we have been able to frnrsh our hrgh school course What 1 more rnsprrrng than frrends such as you'P We hope that th1s may rndeed be a pleasant occasron for you It IS one of the brrghtest spots rn our lrves and bound to lrve forever 1n our memorres Among you who can remember your own thoughts and emotrons on srmrla occasrons we hope th1s wrll rncrte a deeper sympathy and understanding of all that we are feelrng and dreamrng as we enter rnto the exercrses of thrs day We apprecrate the opportunrtres and prrvrleges whlch you have made possrblt tor us by your sacrrfrces You have a rlght to ask us that we show our colors that we grve vorce to our prrncrples our arms and our ambrtrons We at thrs trme take thrs opportunrty of sayrng from the bottom of our hearts thank you and may we the members of th1s class go forward to do you credrt and honor rn the years to come Agarn rn behalf of my class I extend to you a hearty welcome I know of ro better way of expressrng thrs than Shakespeare drd when he sald I have re cerved much honor from your presence and ye shall frnd me thankful NORA MAI THOMAS CLASS HISTORY Is there anythrng that a grrl loves more than her drary'P It holds the Joys and rears of a grrl heart 'Ihrs mornrng I am gorng to read you a few pages from mv drary lettrng rt take you back four years to tell the nrstorv of the Class of 1942 September 1 1998 Dear Drary Today I entered the Freshman class along wrtn from McDowell and others from nerghbormg schools I felt very rmportant untrl I looked around and found that I drdnt know whrch way to eo or what to do For the flrst trme we all had book racks and drfferent rooms We hav been laughed at constantlv for a Freshman rs always turn mg up rn a senror class November 5 1938 Today we had our frrst class meetrng rn WhlCh we elected offrcers 'Ihe old rrvalry between Andrews and McDowell once agarn showed up Soon however the rrvalry was burred and we emerged a unrted trrbe each helprng the other December 6 1938 Today for the frrst trme the band under the drrectron of Mr Hewglev plfrved Actlvrtv rll the way through Thrs sounded lxke real musrc after havrng lrstened to the terrrble sounds of practlce all fall Septemer 1 1939 Today wrth 174 other Sophomores I entered my second year rn hrgh school I wanted to laugh at the poor Freshmen standrng around wartmg for someone to tell them what to do I was so glad that I wasn t rn therr shoes A rrl 1 40 This rs Mule Day A thousand grrls on a thousand mules had been the cry on evervones lrps Our band wearrn therr new unrforms of purple and gold marched rn that bro Frrst Monday parade I saw many of the members of or class rn the band and on the floats and mules Aprrl 30 1940 I have been out plCk1I1g wrld flowers today for my wrld flower book rn brology Everbody rn my class rs running around everywhere trxrng to frnd some krnd of wrld flower I neve knew before th1S that there were so many drfferent krnds I don t thrnk we could ever forget them after th1s Search P rge Frfteen l v - . . f 'v - . r ' . . V . 1 3 . ' - - ' ' r 1 v . . ,, , I I ' . , - Q T . , . 1 f . Q ' . ' 104 boys and 113 grrls. Some had come from Andrews, some I O ' ' ' ' . e ' V V A . K . A , . . p - v vi ' ' ' rt ' h n . ' ' - ' 3 Z1- . C . I V . . . I A. I . . . 2 2 . September 1 1940 Today I am a Junror There were rust 146 of us to enter our class thrs year Many of the grrls have marrred durrng th summer Most of us however are more ambrtrous and studlous for we realrze that our frnal goal rs drawrng much nearer February 7 1941 I have just returned from the receptron wh ch we the Junrors gave for the Seniors After many weeks of workrng and strarnrng our brarns to thlnk of somethrng to make the Senrors have a good trme we decrded to have the receptron rn the form of a c1r us We felt lrke KldS agarn eatrng pop corn balls drrnkrng prnk lemonade and watchrng the crrcus arrrmals perform Ma 14 1941 '1lllS mornrng we Junrors decorated for Senror Class Day 'Ihe class colors were red and Jvhrte What a trme ave had when some prnk flowers were brought rnstead of red ones' Qeptember 1 1942 Today I have come to the last round rn the hrgh school ladder For eleven years I haxe wanted for thrs day For three years I had llstened wrth fear to storres of hrstory Today rt happened' I was rn my hrstory class only frve mlnutes when Qocrates descended upon me ln all hrs glorv February 6 1942 Tonrght the Junrors entertarned us wrth a wonderful receptron Just rmagrne our enjoyrng somethmg wrthout havrng to work weeks before For the frrst trme I realrzed the glo y of berng a Senror February 27 1942 All the Senrors came to school today dressed up 'Ihe grrls had great brg bows rn therr harr the boys were dressed rn overalls and all the fr eakrsh outfrts they could frnd I shall never forget some of the looks of dlsgust on the teachers faces when they saw us Aprrl 10 942 After two weeks of trymg to get out of classes to pracucc Stunt Nrght we gave rn our estrmatlon a perfect perform ance I hope everyone enjoyed rt as much as we emoycd workrng on rt May 25 1942 Tomorrow rs Class Dav There are only 63 grrls and 39 boys t graduate What has happened to those 115 who are not here to recerve drplomas w th uso I have always though' that I would be very happy when my school days were over But now a feelrng of sadness rs creeprng over me We shall have to say good bye to all the fun we have had together How much we owe to our teachers and to Mr Freldl Thrs we can never repay And so as I look back over my twelve years of school I wonder what the future wrll hold for you Dear Drary MARY TURNER CLASS COLORS FLOWERS AND MOTTO We the Senror Class of 1942 were grven the prrvrlege of selectrng three thrngs by whrch we may be remembered They are our colors flowers and motto We chose for our colors red whrte and blue for our flowers red and whrte roses and for our motto Duty our Gurdrng Star Vlctory our Arm We chose our class colors red and whrte and blue frrst as an emblem of patrrotrsm and second for the vrrtues embodred rn these colors Blue stands for loyalty and truth whrte for purrty Red typrfyrng blood from the very begrn nrng has srgmfred courage What colors of more srffnrfrcance could we hope to attach to our banner as we march forth rnto the crowded thoroughfares of lrfe'J We have chosen as our flowers the whrte rose and the red rose because they stand for the warmth of the heart 'Ihe rose has always stood as a symbol of love We love our past and what rt has meant to us we love our present wrtrr lts honors rt holds for us and we love our future wrth rts glorrous promrses We hope therefore to develop character compafable rn perfectron to the roses we have chosen Page Srxteen 1 T' c . . 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X , . y v - 1 We chose our motto because now more than ever we as Amerrcan crtrzens have a duty to perform As we look rnto our future we see a troubled world but wrth our hearts full of hope and rnsprred by these words Duty our Gurdrng Sta Vrctory our Arm we go forth bravely and cheerfully to meet whatever the future may hold MARTHA TURNER CLASS PROPHECY Hear ye' Hear ye' all ye people of Columbra to the words of wrsdom from thc lrps of your prophet who now speaketh unto you what hath been revealed unto her even as rt hath been decreed by the powers that be For rt has come to pass that the verl of the future hath been rent rn twarn even as rt was rent rn the days of the wlse prophets of old and the Sprrrt of th+ prophe y hath descended from the spheres to envelop my soul wrth her mystrc power I have been chosen as the one of thrs great and good people the Class of 1942 to dream strange dreams and to see strange vrsrons of the glorres of the vears yet to be I lament that the future of th1S great and glorrous class Sh0lllf1 depend upon me But behold' even as the cry of weakness drd ascend from the long sufferrng soul of your prophet a vorce from the heavens spake unto her even ln the words of old sayrng Hear now my words Then the curtarn of the drm Beyond was rolled back and I gazed at w1ll down the long vrsta of thrngs yet to be down the avenues of a strange land For as I looked rnto the land of the future I could drscern the famrlrar shapes of these farr and radrant ber rgs who were once my classmates now changed and transformed rnto crtrvens of the world It came to pass that the verl before mrne eyes grew yet more and more thrn through the rntensrty of my vrsron and behold I could see them even as rf the rntervenrng years were not at all Even as I marveled I heard sweet strarns of musrc and whom should I see but Chrck Shelton leadrng hrs own band wrth Sara Frances Beasley as hrs vocalr t and H B Johnson as hrs featured clarrnet player Then there flashed upon my vrsron the scene of a weddrng and Catherrne Allen made a lovely brrde comrng down the arsle to meet Jack Waldrop I also saw Kathleen Galloway happrly marrred and lrvmg rn Hawarr where her husband As I gazed agarn I saw Jane Hamblrn Batts as a famous playwrrght and Jr n Bevans as a famous star of stage screen and radro 'Ihen whom should I see but Mrller Pmkleton rn Tyrone Powers coveted place rn the hearts of the natrons ladres Qurckly the scene changed to Colurcbra where I saw Anne Cannon as post mrstress Srnce she had so much experrence wrth marl rn hrgh school she should be qurte effrcrent rn thrs posrtron I next saw Grdeon Farmer and Russell Gambrll now football coaches at Van derbrlt Unrversrty Russell was as he had hoped to be a bachelor On a large stage rn Hollywood I saw Marguarrte Bundrant one of the world s best tap dancers and Dalcomb Poag her equally famous partner From afar I heard the playrng of a crrcus band and wrth the crrcus I recognrzed Glenn Krnnard as the elephant trarner and Mary Margaret Erwrn as the bare back r1der As I lrstened rntently I heard the boonrrng xorce of a great orator and rt was none other than Brlly Akrn who was the Democratrc candrdate for Presrdent Adtran Fox was hrs opponent a the Republrcan candrdate Even as I lrstened I heard another xorce famrlrar set strange It was not Walter Wrnchell as I had frrst thought but our own Bob Wrllramson Next I saw a large court room where John Haywood was a famous lawyer For even though vanqurshed he could argue strll Before I had trme to thrnk upon thrs I heard loud laughter cornrng from a theater and there entertarnrng the audrence were those famous comedlans Henry Shelby and Peggy Donaho Page Seventeen , . - . 1 'i , , , . , - 0 . . c , , ' rr ,V n ' ' . . , ' . . , , ' y , . 1 , n A ' u ' Y 1 , , . , 7 ' . 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D , , , No sooner had the laughter died than I found myself vrevxrng the hustle and bustle of a large newspaper Off1CC In the midst of the confusion was E J Goslln the editor rn chief As T gazed Wlth aston shment 1 heard loud cheers and as my vision cleared I saw two men whom I recognized as Harry Petty and Warne Thomas The cheers were for them because they had Just invented a motorless automobrle Next I saw a large banner waving in the air and on it were printed these startllng words Anne Harvlll will make her radio debut tonight as a slnger Her feature number will be Yes There Aint No Honey In a Bumble Bee s St1ng Before I could recover from this wondrous sight I saw books books and more books As I looked more closely, I could read the tltle of one It was How to Chew More and Bigger Wads of Gum written by Mary Gardner and Betty Derry berry The scene agaln changed abruptly and I saw the rnterlor of a crowded night club Moving among the many people quickly and effrcrently were P D Llggett and J D Matthews the headwarters Well the next sight was quite fam1l1ar for it was at dear old C H S Some changes had been made however for I saw Jack Cecll not M1ss Hale presldrng over the English Department Then I saw a fashionable dress shop ln Chicago and the charmlng owner was Dot Cec1l Her lovely models were Mary Alice Dodson Martha Fleming Frances Brown Jean Davis and Evelyn Walker Wlth startling clarity I next saw our capitol rn Washington and coming down the steps were three charming secretaries Their features gradually becaml clear and I knew them to be Ella Coffee Aurella Lovell and Pallen Carpenter This vision faded and I viewed what appeared to be a dance studio 1n Los Angeles managed by James Kelran and Paul Cecil who were busy teaching young Hollywood hopefuls the latest steps ng over statlon XYZ The trio was composed of Elwyn Galloway Margaret Flte and Margaret Davidson Next I saw several well managed farms and their respective owners were George Campbell W1ll1am Craig J W Harmon Dorrrs Gilliam Joe Shaw and John Ross Anderson Later I was permitted to look rnto the office of a big busmess man He was Jack Weatherford edrtor rn chief of Esquire Hls secretary and adviser was James Dugger Williams I then saw a place where everyone could be made beautiful It was a large beauty shop rn Memphis owned and operated by Joy Freld and Evelyn Abernathv Among their operators there appeared such familiar faces as those of Mary Evelyn Adkins Louise Brown Mildred Marlin and Edythe Nichols In the twinkling of an eye Columbia was again before my eyes There walk ing down the street and pushing baby carriages were Martha and Mary Turner They each had a set of twin boys Once more the scene changed to New York where I saw Juanita Thompson Dorothy Ussery Harrrette Sharp Ruby Rea and Starlrng Pressnell as famous and very beautiful mannequrns Suddenly a microphone appeared before me and standlng behind rt was Imogene Hyatt who was very convlncrnv as Ma Perkins Beside her was her loyal daughter Faye played by Vrrginra Holliday I next saw a happy and successful business man He was our class presr dent George Knox married to Josephine Jackson and doing so well ln business that hrs secretary Neva Norton was over worked For a moment I was permitted to see a motion plcture rn production The star of the picture was June Garrett Her flaming locks made her a lovely sub1ect or Technicolor LIKCWISE Ellen Gibbs was a famous actress from another studio Then I heard the haunting strams of native muslc and on a small island ll the Paclfrc Elizabeth Moore was teaching the natives how to dance Now I saw an advertisement for No Smeer Lipstick This nroduct was mtrr Page Eighteen . . Y. 1 , V . . . Y . . i . . , - . , y , , 1 ' ' U ' Y 5 ' if I A ! '1 7 ' U . ,, . , - 3 ' . . - ' ' . . ' J , , Y . . , . Y Again I heard sweet music, and I recognized the tuneful trio that was sing- i . I . V Y . , y - y . , . I , , . . , , . n. - . U . ,, . . , bs. " I 0 Y 1 . ' v . y . . I v V a ' 'A 1 V ' . , 1 5 - ' Q . . . , . . 1 l . - . . . . A V I . P duced by Anne Lrgon and Josephme Ledbetter Farlss Parks and Ellzabeth Journey put up the money for the manufacturmg and advertlsmg Agam I heard loud nolses Thls t1me lt was a f1ght H D Whlteslde th I-leavywelght Champlon of the World was bemg challenged by Howard Dalton The Klller 'lhexr managed Raymond McMeen and Ewmg Neeley were ve1y anxlous as to the outcome I dlscovered also that Paul P1ckle Jxmmy Morrow and Jesse Pxnkleton were trymg to sw1m the Pac1f1c Ocean At the t1me Jlmmy was leadlng by two strokes B1ll1e Harmon was the next classmate to be vlewed She was a brllllant wo man sclentlst She had Just dlscovered a way to extract energy from a snowflake and make enough electr1c current to make the water flow uphxll at Niagara Falls Almost as famous was Dorothy Seagraves who was a famous planlst playmg ln Carnegle Hall Agam I saw a scene ln Tennessee Mxldred Sneed D1x1e Ruth Watson Adel' Stewart and Ida Renfro were on a farm raxslng fme blooded Tennessee Walkmg horses At th1s t1me I was permltted to llsten rn on the Annual Conventlon of the Wmdy Llars Club MHFIOD Wh1tt1k9l was Pres1dent of the club Alma Pugh who had recently won the DTIZG for telhng the blggest l1e was a guest of hm or The prmclpal speaker was Sarah Pruett Some other members whom I knew were Catherme Matthews Helen Love Annle Dor1s Jacobs and Wllma Kerr To my amazement I next saw Iwora Mar Thomas as the owner of a large banana plantatlon 1n South Amerlca Another charmmg volce I heard Thls t1me lt belonged to EUHICC Owen whc was on a lecture tour abroad As her volce faded 1n the dlstance the V611 vsas drawn over m1ne eyes shut Img out from my v1s1on the Th1ngs to Be and I turned mme eyes back to the Th1ngs that Are sure that as coming events cast then shadows before only falr and talented members of the Class of 42 ANN HARDISON CLASS IDEALS Durmg the past four years the class of 1942 has set many goals These arms of attalnment or these standards of excellence toward whlch most of us have been str1v1ng are our class 1deals A hlgh and 1nclus1ve goal we set for ourselves was to be good cltlzens 1n th1s school and thus to prepare and tram ourselves to be good c1t1zens wherever we mav go after we leave th1s s hool whether It be to another school 1nto the bus mess world or 1nto home l1fe We want to gxve to Amerlca cltxzens who have lcqulred hablts of reverence obedlence and loyalty crtlzens who have the appre c1at1on for the good m l1fe and c1t1zens who are honest and mdustrxous If we are honest and mdustrlous surely we must succeed' Today more than eve before rn the hrstory of Amerxca we need rellable trustworthy c1t1zens Another element of good c1t1zensh1p IS COODSI'3f,lOIl We have trled to work ogether to accompl1sh those thlnvs Wh1Ch were for the common good of all Here ln school as well as elsewhere we knew that work could be done better and more qulckly 1f each one d1d h1S part L adershlp IS also a tralt of good 1t1zens1hp We, therefore have made et forts to prepare ourselves to take respons1b1l1ty to develop a sp1r1t of self conf1 dence and optlmxsm and to acqune hablfs of perseverance In general we have looked forward to a full and useful l1fe In order that we mlght have a full l1fe we have trled to cultxvate mcllnatrons toward the good and to curb those mcllnatlons toward the bad for the good thmgs In the world make l1fe full and worth whlle We haxe been strnmg to mtensxfy the power to thmk to observe and to prepare ourselves to meet xx 1th mtelllgence the problems wlth whxch vse shall be confronted Page Nlneteen . , ' , ' , , ' ' . 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U . .- We set our goals h1 h because vxe knew that the h1gher vxe set them the ha1der we vtould st11ve to 1e1ch them Ideals 'ne l1ke the stars we never 1each lhem b11t l1ke the 171211111815 on the sea vle ch'11t Olll co111se by them ELLA COFFEE CLASS POEM To you defn fllG1ldS on th1s dav of day We extend C1 hefuty 19 tm We a1e he1e to 11e 0111 11st f uex ell T111 anothe1 glftdsome meetmg Wh11e v1e have not always done 0111 pest N01 o'1lI1Qd that fOl xxlnch vxe xxe1c SLIIVIHQ We ve 13bOl ed hfnd to pass Ulll tests Wlth hope 111 us Zlbldlllg We have always fe't that on thls day Our hea1ts would knovt no 501 IOVK B11t as ou1 last good byes 'uc sfud We wxsh lt could be to ITIOIIOW Soon NISIOIWS VR 111 come befo1e 0111 eyes Well look but the 11.51011 vvlll f'1de and d1e And our ex es xull f1l1 Wlth tears Well love to d1eam about these years We ve spent he1e all to gether We ve tIOd the pleasant paths t1ll now When we 0111 happy tles must sever FARISS PARKS CLASS WILL We the Sen1or Class of 1942 havlng successfully passed the fhlllgS 1equ1red to complete th1s course and belng novt 1eady to advance further bequeath the 1ollov11ng to those we leave beh1nd To next yea1 s SGDIOIS xe leave the gathermgs 111 the hbrary on the Tues day 21ft,61HOO1l bCf0IE h1sto1x 1epo1ts a1e d11e on Wednesday and on the Thu1s day before MISS Hale s themes :ue due on Fuday To next years JUHIOIS IS ou1 challenge to ca11v on the tI'3.dlt1OIl of blgg r a11d better receptlons each wear To next years Sophomo1es goes all that you ve heard from us about M1ss G1aham To next yea1 s F16S1'1lHQl'l we leave the LCIIOI youll get the fnst t1me M1 Matthews gets the study hall qulet To all advanced Lat1n Stl1d911T.S goes that old phrase Have you 1ead you Lat1n'9 FHIISS Parks leaves a pa1t of he1 clothes to Jov Petty John Shelton and Joy Fxeld v111l then popula11ty to Evelyn C1 oz1er and Charhe Cook Jane Hambl1n Batts place on ex EIV xwo1thv1h11e comm1ttee 111 school 1s to be d1v1ded evenly amonv all the students Mlller PlI1kl6I011 bequeaths the vt axe 111 1113 hall to Burton Whlt6S1d9 Page T11 enty . 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I Y 1. . 2 .2 ' 1 UN . l " '. , fl .1 "Q 1 ' 5 'W KEY OF KNOWLEDGE Juniors of 42 and Seniois of 43 before you lles the Land of Goldcn Oppoi tunity Massive walls surround this land walls barring entrance except through heavily guarded gates We the qenior Class have been intrusted with th golden key to these gates 'Ih1s key IS known 'ts the Key of Knowledge and such a key IS lnvaluable because in every walk of life vsalls with massive gates are between us and the goals we strive to reach I hold in my hand the maglc key which in the year gone bv has op ned many gates of opportunity in learning for those who have passed in and out of the doors of our beloved Central High Qchool This key IS made of the sa rifi e of our parents for us lt has been fashioned on the forge of cholastic ideals of our educational leaders and it has been dipped in the precious gold of school tradi tions This key IS not a new one and throughout the life of ICS use it has never 1a1led to turn the bolt for those who earnestly sought admittance With th1s key all the books ln the world w1ll open then pages to you yes even Senior Englisn and history It IS my honored privllege at this time to entrust this key into your hands It is my duty to warn you to guard well this key and se that you never let it fall into unworthy hands Use it to open new doorwavs of l arninff Use it to keep lock ed in safe hands the traditions of this school the valued heritage of everv grad This key 1S the symbol of all that IS deal to me and to every p isdn who hold even the smallest degree of loyalty in hrs heart for Central High School symbolizes the 1nv1s1ble institution which keeps alive the memory of hlgh school days It represents to you who have not yet reached high school age a golden opportunity whlch may some day be yours To you who are now in high school 11 tells the story of school days as only students of this high school can know it To me it brings a deeper significance of the meaning of high school and a greate appreciation of what Central High School can mean to a boy or girl For four years we have looked forward to the day of graduation yet as the day draws near we hesitate to leave you On the other hand we know we cannot remain longer but must go on to greater opportunities Will the President of th Tumor Class please come forwardi' Qpeaklng as a representat1ve of this group I pledge the loyalty of the Senior Class of 1942 to our Alma Mater throughout all the vears to come As we shall strive to uphold the traditions of our school and as those before us have trled to live up to the traditions in the same manner we a k that you live up to the exalt ed task which we now pass on to you MARIAN WHITAKER VALEDICTORY Parents teachers members of the Board of Education classmates and friends They say that life is a highway and the milestones are the years And now and then there s a tollgate where we buy our ways with tears It s a rough road and a steep road and it stretches broad and far But it leads at last to the golden town where the golden houses are We the Senior Class of 1942 have reached the twelfth milestone on the high way to success We have spent many happy years together in preparation for a richer life We have gathered here today With a little less care for bonds of gold A little more zest for the days of old A broader view and a saner mind And a little more love for all mankind And so we are farmg down the way That leads to the gates of a better day We have contributed very little to society, we are lndebted to others for everv advantage we have engoyed Page Twenty Two ' 7 ' Q I . 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' . , , U , , , v Y ' M ' ' , 1 1 H Parents our debt of Lratltude to you cannot be m asured by words acknowledge your Ulltlflllg sa r1f1ces and the eager llltCI'93f, vuth uhlch you 3911? us to school each morn1ng Ah well ah well trs the way of the vsorld Chlldren stay but a l1ttle whlle And then 1nto other scenes are whuled Where other homes begulle But It matters not how far vue roam 'Iheres never a place 11ke the dear old home Members of the Board of Educat on to you who have gxvcn unsparlngly or xour tlme and means for cur beneflt we express our appreclatlon Faculty mcmbels wc are deeply mdcbted to you for your guldance and un self1sh serv1ce We want to thank especlally ou class teachers Mrs Park M1 Matthews and Mr Morrow who hate patlently dlrected us through foul years ol hlgh school Durmg the last year ltnss Moore and Mrs Napl r have worked un t1r1ngly wxth us also We are grateful to every taxpayer for all the necessltles and COI1J6lll6l'1CtS w1th whlch we have b en upph rl We t ust that w have used them to the besf advantages and that we leave thc school plopertv unxmpaued for those who come after us Schoolmates who 1n the followm, years wnl take your places 111 the senxor easy persevere Knowmg that the tlme w1ll pass quxckly we suggest that you abor conslstently that thrs day 1n due time may be for you a glorlous one Classmates tomorrow we shall meet aga1n on our graduatlon day W1th thousands of other youth who are graduatlng th1s sprlng we are confronted by the confus1on the dlstress the obstacles of a war torn world The dutles of Amer1can cltlzenshlp challenge our best efforts The twelve years that we hav spent 111 preparatlon our assoc1at1ons together the problems we have met and solved w1ll enable us to face l1fe bravely and meet l1fe squarely Some of us wlll enter 1mmed1ately 1lltO the work of l1fe others wxll go on to 1nst1t.1t1ons of hlghe learnmg In the course of years perhaps A few w1ll clxmb the mountalns where the ray of glorys shed to the peaks where snow and sunshlne alone have dared to tread For us thls lS a day of trlumph however our 1oy IS mlngled wlth a note o' sadness as we g1ve our valedlctxon Forever as we shall travel along the hlghw ty of l1fe the memorles of ou1 school days and our dear Alma Mater wlll 11nge1 lll our hearts Farewell f11ends classmates farewell Let fate do her worst there are rellcs of Joy Brxght dreams of the past WhlCh she cannot destroy Whlch come 1n the nlghtlme of sorrow and care And brlng back the features that Joy used to wear Long long be my heart w1th such n emorles fllled L1ke the vase m whlch roses have once been dlstllled You may break you may ruln the vase 1f you w1ll But the scent of the roses vull hang around xt st1ll MARY GARDNER ALMA MATER On Columbla s vsestern border Reared agalnst the sky Proudly stands our Alma Mater As the years ffo by Forward eyer be our watchword Conquer and prevall Ha1l to thee our Alma Mater Columbla Hxghl All Hall Page Twenty Thlee '. 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A 1 . . . , V , si " kj I JUNIOR CLASS Preszdent FRANK SOWELL Tremmew PEGGY ALDEI-SON MARGARET ANNE ALDERSON IPECL ANNIE LAURA ANDERSON ILOLLYI MARY LOLISF ATKIVS JOHVNIE MAXINE BEARD BETTY ANN BIEELE DOROTHY HELEN BROOKS HAZEL BROWN JOY CALDWELL MARCARET JEAN CALDVL ELL WIILDRED GLEN CHESNLT CHARLOTTE KATHERYN COOK MARTHA LOLIQF COOPER ALICE GALLOWAY COzART VIRGINIA LEE CROSS LLLA EVELYN CROZIER DORIS CLMVIINS DELLA PEARL DAVIS REBECCA BELL DERRX BFRRX BETTE JO DICKINSON JANE MARIE DODSON BETTYE LEE ERYYIN ELYA KERR ESI-:Fw NIARY FRANCES FLOW ERS JLANITA WEBB GOEE 'NIALRINE MARIE GRACEX VKILLIE B GRAY 'NANCY RLTH GRIFFIN DOROTHY JANE HANIILTON BROYY NIE LLCILLE HARDISON ANNIE LOIS HARRIS BIRDIE VIAI HARRIS NIARGARET RLTH HAYNES SARA ANN HENDERSON NIARTHA STRATTON HICKNIAN NIARIAN JOLPNEY NIINNIE 'NADINE KINCAID 'NORNIA KIRK JEAN HARDISON KNOK ALICE BOY DE LENTz JANE HILDA LIGGETT Y 1 BL RTON VVHITESIDE Vzce Preszclent HERCUI FS BOLTOI MISS WH KES Mrss O NEAI M1 W M158 BOCK MR GARDNER Secretary LVFIYN CROYIEP MR MCDYNIEL HELEINE LLITHENE LITTRFLL MARY KATHERINE M KDDLX DOROTHY MAI MARTIN MARTHA ANN MOORE YNILLXE IWAI MORROW BETTY LORRAIWF MORTON GLADXS ANNE MLLLIVS ELIZABETH MARY NICHOLS NORMA PEARL PARKS RACHEL VIRGINIA PICKKRD WILMA ESTELLF POTTS ELEANOR JEANNF QUARTERNIYN GLADYS MARIE RAINFX HELEN GORDON REED ELQIE DEAN ROBERTS MARY JONES ROBINFTTF IQABELLE ASHTON SNIITH JLANITA SMITH MARY COYVDEV SI-IANA LOLISE STEPHENS JANE WENDEL SYAIINIY LLCY LEE TITSYAORTH RLTH WARREN TICKI-R JEAN WALKER DORIS HLGHES XNHITF JOHN WILLIAMS ADKISSON JONES ALSTIN AXDFLOTTF CHARLES RLFLS BAKER HERCLLES BOLTON ANDREW BRONYN D C BLRGESS EDNY ARD ELGENE BLRKQ MALRY FRIERSON COCHRAN CHARLES EDNY IN COOK ERNEST Hou ARD CORNNN ELL THOVI-XS LESLIE CLLBFRSOX NIILTON DENIASTLS YYAXNE DERRX BFRRY CECIL TI-IONIAS DOOLEX JACK FINWEY FRANK FITE AL FOSTER FRAKES FRED R GADELL VKILTON KENNETH GILLIANI JOHN BLYTHE HALL DICK HANSERD JOHN NORRIS HLWTER VN A HLWTER CECIL JOIINS ANDREW JONES PIAZFL BARKLEY JONES JESSE ALLEN JONES LENX I9 CECIL LOYE GEORGE THOMAS MAYO JAS VANCE MONTGONIERY VIROIL HONIER 'VIOORF JOHN ALLISON MORGAN HAL MORGAN XX ILIIANI HARDIV PACE ULYA FOSTER PARK VAITON PATTERSON XNILLIANI ELFEVF PAYNE GLENN RAY PORTER XNILLIANI BLACKDLRN PLILEN XKILLIANI FLENIING RAINFX J B REED EARL GIYINGS REID XX ALLACE RICHARDSON ARNOLD JOYCE SNIITH THLRNIAN EDEN ARD SNIITH FRANK FREENIAN SONY ELL JOE DAN STEYY NIAN PALL Emu ARD TROOPE HAROLD X! 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Y I I . 1 h SOPHOMORE CLASS I Pres1de'nt BILL HARLAN Treasurers SARA SEWEU- LJACK SOWELL MISS TURNER MRS WOLFF Secretary JOSEDHINE JACKSON Advzsors MISS BRYANT MR FARRIS M VIAR, MR HEWGLEY Vzce Preszdent JACK OAKES REBECCA WINEY AGENT GLADYS ALLEN MARY JO ANDERSON MARTHA ARMISTEAD GRACE MAI BAILEY JOHNNIE IMOGENE BAILEY DOLLY ADELL BARLAR WAYDEAN JEANETTE BAYER MYRTICE E BEARD HAZEL BERNICE BILBRY ELIZABETH MARY BROWN FRANCES BRUNSON CLIFFORD ANN CARRIGAN FUNICE ELIZABETH CI-IEEK THELMA MAI CHURCH OLIVIA SHARP COCHRAN BARBARA ANN COOK VIVIAN ELAINE COOK RUBIE LEE COPE MARY FRANCES DAVIS RUTH ELIZABETH DERRYBERRY EILEEN BETTE DESCANS MARGARET FRANCES DODSON JOY FRANCES DOWLAND ANN Ross DUGGER LOUISE FARRIS MARY LEE FLEMING GLADYS AILEEN FOLLIS EVELYN STELLA FOSTER JESSIE LOUISE FOSTER THELMA Fox MILDRED ROBERTS GREEN HARRIETTE HAMILTON NORMA JEAN HARDISON ANNA RUTH HARGROVE ELISE HARTLEY MARY HARTLEY VIRGINIA HARTLEY MARY ELIZABETH HAYES VIRGINIA RUSSELL HENDRICKS EVELYN IVIE HICKMAN ELIZABETH ANN HIGHT HELEN HOBSON HELEN MARTIN HUME JOSEPHINE JACKSON RLBY IRENE JOHNSON JEAN CAROLYN JONES ELLA ADELIA KING DOROTHY ANN KING HELEN RUTH KING RUTH EVELYN LANCASTER SARAH ELIZABETH LEE FRANCES ALLEN LIGGETT FRANCES JEAN LOCKHART OPHELIA ANN LOETIN ANN FRANCES LOVETT GERTRL DE ELIZABETH MCCANDLESS JANIE ELIZABETH MCMEEN JOYCE ELAINE MCMINN DOLORES JANE MILMINE VIRGINIA LOIS NEELY RACHEL LOUISE NORMAN MARY PAUL NORTON SUSAN AKIN OGILVIE MARY PETTY PATRICIA LOUISE PORMANN EDNA GANFLL POSEY IOIS MONA POSEY GEORGIA EDNA PULLEN SARA ALYNE QUEENER MARY MITCHELL RAWI5 MARGARET BURDEAN RAY SARA EVELYN REED SARA COLLINS RIEVES NANCY CLARE ROACH THELMA JUANITA ROBERTS JEWELL RODGERS LONA MARGARET ROOK INORMA KING SCOTT SARA ELIZABETH SEWELL MILDRED LEE SHARPE AGNES LORENE SDUTHERLAND JUANITA STAMPS MARTHA ALICE STONE BETTY OZELL THOMPSON BETTYE ANN THOMPSON VERA FRANCES VAUGHN ELSIE MAE WALDING FRANCES LEE WALKER EMILY JANE VSILBURN DAISY WILLOUGHBY BETTYE JAYNE YOUNG IRENE ROSE YOUNG MARGIE ADAIR YOUNG ERNEST LEWIS ADCOCK OWEN BALLARD BILLII: ALLEN BARKER GERALD Box J C BROWN THOMAS JACKSON BURT THOMAS OWEN BLTLER JR JAMES CLYDE CHEEK NOLAW CHLMLEY JOE EDD CLARK JACK EDWARD COOK WILLIAM FISHER CRABTREE lBILLY, CORDIE FRANK DAVIDSON WILLIAM ED DAVIS EARL DENNIS BILLY DORRIS GORDON HAROLD EARWOOD KENNETH LEE ELLIOTT RAY MOND LEON FITZGERALD CHARLI-3 HENRY FRASER WILLIAM FRASER ROBERT RANDOLPH GARDNER CLYDE GARNER JOE MITCHELL GOODMAN JAMES VIRGIL GREEN HUGH L GRIMMETT HAROLD VOSS HARDISON WILLIAM MONROE fBILLl HAIQLAN ROBERT CARL HARRIS LARRY CARREN HARRIS LLLAND HOWARD HARRIS ERNEST RICHARD HAYWOOD JAMES ROY HILL JAMES NEWT HOOD BOBBY HIRAM INGRAM CHARLES CURTIS JACOBS JESSE JOHNSON, JR J W JOHNSON ENIERY ALLEN JONES WALLACE GRAY JOLRNEY HENRY KINNARD MICHAFL KINZER EDWARD LAMAR PALL LAMBERT TOM ALBERT LFEPER EDWIN JARVIS MADEWELL JAMES RICHARD MERCER BRUCE MONTGOMERY LEONARD MONTGOMERY ABE LINCOLN MORGAN JACK RHODES MORROW GEORGE CARL MORTON CLAUDE MLRPHY JACK OAKES VIRGIL PRIEST HENRY MARTIN PLRYEAR J W RICH JOE TOM RICHARDSON J D RICHMOND LLOYD RIDDLE ELVIN HORACE ROGERS JESSIE MARLON RLMNIAGE ALBERT MYLES SCRIBNER ELGENE SHANNON ALSTIN PRLIS SHERRILL HAROLD DOLGLAS SHORT WILLIAM HOWARD SVIITHSON JACK PAT SOWELL ELLIS SUDBERRY CHARLES STEPHENS THOMAS BERKELEY GORDON WATSON CARL ALLISON WHITESIDE ROBERT EVAN IBOBBYQ WILLIS DAVID WILLIS S O WILTSHIRE MASTON EWING WITHEROXK HIRAVI EDWIN WRIGHT CLYDE ELGENE YEAGER CHARLES RAYMOND YOKELY JAMES ZIVIMERMAN I - . 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EVA GRACE COLE ANNE ELIZABETH ROACH DOUGLAS RAY JOHNSON V . . 7 FRESHMAN CLASS Preszdent E R BROWN Treasurers MARY JO MCENTYRE Vzce Preszdent WARREN BERRY Secretary MARY MARTHA LOUISE ALDERSON SARA JANE ALLEN MARGARET LOUISE ANDERSON GERALDINE BALLARD LILLIAN PEARL BARNES DORIS BIEELE DOROTHY ANN BUTTS ERA ANN CARPENTER VERA ALICE CARPENTER DANNA LEE CHAPMAN DELIA ETHEL CHEATHAM BETTYE BLYTHE CHILDREY MARY JANE CHURCH MARGUARITE COFFEE FRANCES PAULINE COOLEY REBECCA COTHRON MARY HADDON CRAIG MARY GENEVA CURTIS ALICE BECK DALE ANNIE JEAN DALTON LUDIE MAE DERRYBERRY LOUELLA DILLEHAY MARIAN ELIZABETH FLEININIING DORIS FOWLER MARY WHITE GEORGE KATHERINE GRAHAM SARAH KATHERINE GREEN MARTHA CHRISTINE GRIMES RACHEL NORMA HAMILTON MARY FRANCES HARDISON RUTH ANITA HAROROVE PATRICIA HAYWOOD VERNA CLAIR HENDERSON ERNETINE HENDRICKS DELLA MAE HICKS RUTH FAYE HILL CARRIE HUCKABY MARY ALICE HLNTER DORIS VIRGINIA HYLE LOIS KATHERINE JOHNSON ELIZABETH MARTHA JOHNSON MARY Low J UDD MARY FRANCIS KEEN MARY JO LADD RACHEL VIRGINIA LANGLEY DOROTHY ANN LANGSDON ELEANOR LEDBETTER JOYCE VASHTI LENTZ MARY RUTH LOITIN RACHEL ANN LovE ELIZABETH LURLAINE MARTIN MABLE ANN MILLER MARY JO MCENTYRE JOLEEN MCKIBBON ELLEN CAROLINE MCMEEN CHRISTINE MINOR ED HARRIS KMISS IIALE MISS HITT, WHITE GEORGE Advwors Q MISS GRAHAM, MISS ALEORD JOYCE JEFFERSON MOONEY MALVI-'NA MOORE MARY MARTHA MURPHY DOROTHY NICHOLS RUTH NICHOLS ALICE THEOLA OAKLEY EDITH ARTILL PAGE HELEN LOUISE PENDER JANIE PETERS JOY PATRICIA PETTY MIRIAM ANNE PIRTLE MARY FRANCES PULLEN MARGARET THERESA RAINEY IRENE RIEVES NORMA MAE ROACH GENEVA RODGERS PATRICIA THORNTON RUSSELL BLANCHE ALICE SEWELL MADGE COLLEEN SHARP WINONA ANN SMITH ANNA RUTH STANFILL MARILYN RLTHE STEPHENS JEAN GARRETT THURMAN EMMA CLAIRE TOLLEY LALRA MAI TROOPE MARGARET ELIZABETH TUCKER LILLIAN JANE UNDERWOOD PANSY VALGHAN MABLE ELIZABETH WALKER NAN VNALRER RUBY GRACE WALTERS JOAN WARE JANE TUYMAN WASSON CATHERINE LLEBELL WELLS OLLIE ELIZABETH WILLIAMS DOROTHY ALICE WYRICK ROBERT VANCE AGENT HOWARD ELGENE ALDERSON ELGENE THOMAS ALEXANDER WILLIAM JANIES ALLEN HOWARD ALLEN MIKE ANDREWS, JR WILLIAM FRANKLIN ASHE JAMES ANDREW BASS WARREN ELLIOTT BERRY NORELEET WILMOTH BOWEN CLRT THOMAS BOWLING BOBBY JENNINGS BRADLEY E R BROWN, JR WILLIS HENRY CAMPBELL CLALDE EDD CARRIGAV CHARLE EDWARD CARLTHERS JAMI-3 ANDERSON CATHKY IOONEY FLLTON COTHROW JOHN SELLEY DERRYBERRY LMR SEAGRAVES, MR MILLER B WILKES DODSON, JR WILLIAM AMOS DUGGER A C FITZGERALD JR JOHN AARON FLOWERS JOHN SHELTON FOWLER HAROLD NORD GARBER JAMES OAKLEY GIBSON DONALD WHITFIELD GOAD RAY GOAD BILLY GRAY WM EDWARD KBILLYJ HARGROVE EDWARD WALKER HARRIS JIMMIE HARRIS MELTON IRWIN HEDRICK ATHEL ALLEN HICKMAN RAYMOND DAY HILL DAVID SMITH HOWELL JR WILLIAM CALVIN QBILU HOWELL JAMES HAROLD JOHNSON ROBERT JACKSON IBOBBYJ JONES JOHN THOMAS JONES TOMMY JOURNEY JAMES EDWARD KING R D LEDEORD HAROLD BELTON LIGON ROBERT FRANKLIN MATLOCK JAMES ALBERT IBILLYQ MATTHEWS BOBBY MAYES CHARLES AARON MCDONALD CAMERON HARVEY MCKAY JOHN ARTHUR MOSLEY THOMAS HARDIE PARK DOUGLAS R PARKS JR BILLIE JOE PICKARD JOHN ALLEN PRENTICE ROBERT PRENTICE FRED ELGENE PRINCE BUDDY PYLAND DOUGLAS TATLM RAYBLRN ALVA WAYNE RICHARDSON L E SHARP, JR FRANCIS THOMAS SPARKVIAN ELWYN SMITH EDGAR DOUGLAS STAFFORD SAM PILTLETON SWEENEY BOBBY THOMAS ARCH TURNER WALKER CHARLE VESTAL WILLIABIS ROBIN LEON WILLIS CHARLE ELBERT WIISON JIM DOAK WIISON HERMAN LEE WOODWARD JAME LEIGHTON YOLWG l I . 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Sponsor HELEN HUME RUTH HAYNES ELIZABETH JOURNEY RUTH LANCASTER Dor MCKIBBON MARY KATHRYN MADDUX DoLoRES MILMINE MARTHA ANN MOORE ANNE MULLINS SUSAN OcILv1E FARISS PARKS NoRMA PARKS MARY PETTY PATRICIA PORMANN STARLINC PRESSNELL JEAN QUARTERMAN MARY C SHAW ISABELLE SMITH LOUISE STEPHENS RUTH W TUCKER FRANCES L WALKER JEAN WALKER MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB HOWARD ALLI-'N BIIIY ASHE WARREN BERRY BOBBY J BRADIEY GEORGE CAMPBEII JACK CECIL PAUL S CECIL JR FULTON COTHRON JACK FINNEY R 'V R DL KE VIAR JNO A FIOWERS OAKLEY GIBSON ED HARRIS JOHN HART PAUI HAWKINS TOM LEEPER BOBBY MAYS BRUCE MONTGOMERY ABE MORGAN I BUDDY MORCAN BILLY JOE NLISON BILL PARKS WILI IAM PAYNE JOE B RFID JIMMIE TOYVNSFND GEORGE WEBSTER EDWARD WIILIAMS CLYDE YE TCI-.R Sponsor Page Thutx Three CHARLES CARUTHERS K, C. LANE BOBBY THOMAS M . ' FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERI A ANN HARDISON AURELIA LOVEI L ANDREW BROWN EDDIE BURKS JOY CALDWELL GLENN CHESNUT ELLA COFFEE CHARLEY COOK DORIS CUMMIINS PEGGY DONAHO FRANCES FLOWERS FRED GABELL, JR Page Thlrty Four Preszdent PALLEN CARPENTER Secretary Treasurer Vzce Preszdent MR SEAGRAVES Sponsor I v JUNE GARRETT DICK HANSERD ANN HARVILLE JEANNE KNOX JANE LIGGETT RAYMOND MCMEEN EWING NEELLEY NEvA NORTON DALCOMB POGUE EARL REID ARNOLD SMITH THURMAN SMITH MILDRED SNEED JOE STEWMAN MARTHA TURNER MARY TURNER DIXIE RUTH WATSON CLYDE WEATHERFORD JACK WEATHERFORD JAMES WIILIAMS TW' Preszdent Secretary JOHN Ross ANDERSON JIM BEVANS GEORGE CAMPBELL MILTON DEMASTUS ADRIAN Fox JIMMY MORROW HENRY SHFLBY MARY EYE! 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Sponsor LOLLY ANDERSON GRACE BAILEY FRANCES BROWN HAZEL BROWN LOUISE BROWN WILLIE T BJRCH RUBIE COPE DOT CECIL BARBARA ANN COOK CHARLOTTE COOK VIVIAN COOK VIRGINIA CROSS BETTY DERRYBERRY Page Thlrtg, SIX BETTY DESCANS JANE DODSON MARGARET DODSON PEGGY DONOHO MARY MARGARET ERWIN MARGARET FITE THELMA Fox JOANNE FRAKES KATHI EEN GAILOWAY MARYDEL GOAD WILLIE B GRAY DOT HAIVIILTON DOT CECIL BIRDIL MAI HARRIS ANNE HARXVILL PAT HAYXAVOOD VIRGINIA HENDRICKS IMOGENF HYATT ANNIE DORRIS JACOBS WILMA KERR ALICE LENTZ FRANCES LIGGETT CATHERINE MATTIiLWb BETTY MORTON EDYTHE NICHOLS Secretary Treasurer DIARY PAUL NORTON EUNICE OWEN SARAH PRUETT RUBXE REA HELEN REED FHELMA ROBERTS MARY ROBINETTE MARGARET ROOK HARRIETTE SHARPE ELSIE MAE WALDING MILDRED WALDROP DORIS WHITE Preszdent Vzce Preszclent Secretary VANCE AGENT EUGENE AIEXANDER MIKE ANDREWS, JR ANDREW BASS CURT BOWLING AMOS DUGGER A C FITZGERALD, JR DONALD GOAD EDWARD HARGROVE ATHEL HICKMAN WILLIAM HOWELL JAS HAROLD JOHNSON R D LI-:DFOPD JAS ALBERT MATTHEWS NORRIS HUNTER FRANK FITF JACK MORROXV CVVIERON 1N'ILKAY BOBBY PRENTICE JOHN PRINTICE L E SHARP CHARLES WILSON ELWYN SMITH JACK CECI1 ADRIAN Fox EIWYN GALLOWAY P D LIGCETT J D MATTHEWS ALLISON MORGAN HAL MORGAN Treasurer TOM LEEPER Reporter RICHARD HAYWOOD AdL1SOT MR VIIXII WILLIAINT PAYNE J B REED JOS SHAW OWEN BAII TRD NOLAN CHUIVILEX FULTON COTHRON KENNETH EIIIOTT HUCH L GRIMMIIT CARL HARRIS HOWARD HARRIS RICHARD HAYWOOD TOM LEEPER BRUCE MONTGOMERY LEONARD MONTCOINTERY JACK MORROW LLOYD RIDDLE MXRION RUMMAGE HIRAM WRIGHT CLYDE YFAGER D C BURGUSS WAYNE DERRYEERRII F1 ANK FITE LEON FITZCERAID NLWT HOOD NORRIS HUNTER VANCE MONTCOMERY HAROLD WARE Page Th11 tx Sex en FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA SAM' SWEENEQY J, C, CHEEK JIM WILSON EVELYN AEERNATHY JOHN ADKISSON PEGGY ALDERSON CATHERINE ALLEN OWEN BUTLER ANNE CANNON MAURY COCHRAN, JR BILLY CRABTREE ALICE DALE BETTY DERRYBERRY SONNY DERRYBERRY PEGGY DONOHO BETTY LEE ERWIN JOY FIELD MARTHA FLEMING FRED GABELL HARRIETTE HAMILTON BILLIE HARMOV JOHN HART ANNE HARVILL Page Thlrty E1ght THECHS BA RUTH HAYNES BITTY JACKSON PHINEY JACKSON H B JOHNSON MARIAN JOURNEY MICHAEL KINZER GEORGE KNOX ANNE LIGON HAROLD LIGON FRANK MCBRIDE JOHN MOSLEY EWING NEELLEY VIRGINIA NEELY NEVA NORTON JACK OAKES SUSAN CGILVIE FOSTER PARK HARDIE PARK JACK PLYLAR RAY PORTER HENRY PURYEAR JOE TOM RICHARDSON WALLACE RICHARDSON JOHN ROGOSKI MARY ROBINETTE JOHN SHELTON ARNOLD SMITH MARTHA STONE WAYNE THOMAS RUTH WARREN TUCKER JACK WALDROP MILDRED WALDROP ELSIE MAYE WALDING JACK WEATHERFORD CLYDE WEATHEREORD DORIS WHITE MARIAN WI-IITAKER BURTON WHITESIDE ODELL WOOTEN THOMAS HEWGLEY Dzrector JANE HAMBLIN BATTS CECIL JOHNS FOOTBALL SQUAD OF 1941 J A AYDELOTTL, HERCULES BOI TON SHE MAN BROWN JACK COOK CAPTAIN GIDEON FARMER AL FRAKES, WILLIAM FRASER RUSSELL GAMBILL ALI CAPTAIN J B HALL GEORGE MORTON, FRED PRINCE BILL RAINFY J B REED, J W RICH J D RICHMOND LUGENE SHANNON JACK SOWELL BURTON WHITESIDE CARL WI-IITESIDE DAVID WILLIS, S O WILTSHIRE Coaches ROBINSON FARRIS, VIAR MILLER Page Thlrtx Nme . . 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