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, ' if "EAST NASHVILLE,H'IGH SCHOOL 5 '
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We, the Grey Eagle Staff of 1944, submit to
you this eleventh edition of the Grey Eagle, as
the result of many days of toil and hours of planf
ning. Naturally, there will be mistakes found
between the covers of this year book, but may
you remember that we human beings are not perf
feet and cannot, therefore, present a perfect
So may you, in the dim future, turn these
pages with memories in your heart of your years
spent in learning and in fun. We present an
album of your youth and its treasures of your
high school days.
MARY ,IRAN HAMRIC
YE LOYAL SONS OF OLD EAST HIGH, YE EAGLES WITH YOUR WINGS
OUTSPREAD-to you do we humbly offer this, our GREY EAGLE, a tangible expression
of the activities begun by you, carried on by usg to you who strive mightily that we at
home might enjoy the blessings and privileges that are a part of our heritage, do we dedif
cate these pages.
We see in our service flag, not merely "stars in replica," but individual faces, faces
of you boys and girls whose work and play was once as ours is now and who have since
departed for the farfflung battle lines. These dimming memories are yours! May they
serve as a bridge to span the awful chasm of today, to link a youthful yesterday with a
more promising tomorrow.
You have our devotioniyou have our gratitude-you have our prayers. Upon
each one of you who represents our school may God bestow his bounteous blessings, and
if it be His will, may He return you safely to us again.
To you "grey eagles" we give this, our pledge: to be worthy of the ideals, the God'
inspired ideals, for which you are fighting-and for which some have already sacrificed
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lest me Ellnrgetl
FRED CHEST JACK JAM1soN THOMAS MCCLELLAN
SAMUEL COMPTON KENNETH KERKELES GUY MCDUEEEE
VIRGIL DOCKERY WILLIAM LANCASTER EDMUND PARDUE
LAWRENCE GOLDSBY DOUGLAS LOCKHEARDT EUGENE PAYNE
JAMES W. HURT THOMAS MALCOLM JOHN M. WARD
"Sleep soldiers! still in honored rest
Your truth and valor wearing:
The bravest are the tenderest,-
The loving are the daring."
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NWILLIAM HENRY oL1VER, Pmmpaz
"A true friend and adviser" is our best expression
or Mr. William Henry Oliver, our principal. We, who
are leaving, will always remember his guidance, in trouble
and in pleasure. His sincere interest in each individual
of the East High Student Body will long be remembered.
'Tirst Row, left to right:
MISS KATHERINE ATKINSON, B.A., M.A., English
MRS. VIRGIE LEE AUMILLER, B.S., M,A., English
D. AYERS, Industrial Arts
C. V. BAKER, B.S., Physical Education
MISS JEAN BERG, B.A., School Secretary
MRS. SADIE S. FUNK, L.I., B.S., History and English
ARCHIB GRANT, BS., M.A., Diversijied Occupations
Miss KATHRYN HAILE, B.A., M.A., English and French
MISS MARY HLJLLINS, B.S., M.A., Librarian
MISS WILLIE A. JOHNSON, L.I., B.S., Commerce
MISS ANNA R. MCCAMPBELL, B.A., English
MRS. WILLIAM H. MCGCDWAN, Commerce
MISS HALLIE MCNEILL, L.I., English
A, TEACHERS WITHOUT PICTURES
.ff SGT. R. C. BURDSAL, R.O.T.C.
- ss DOWDEN, B.S., M.A., Music
5,7 1.4 ISS JEWELL HOPKINS, B.S., M.A., Physical Educatioi
First Row, left to right:
Mxss CAROLYN BINRLEY, B.A., M.A., Dramatics and Pubhc Spea mg
PAUL E. BURTON, B.S., M.A., History
Mxss MARGARET CATE, B.S., M.A., History
MRs. HOPE CLARK COOPER, B.A., M.A., Mathematzcs
Mlss LUCY F. DYE, B.S., M.A., Home Economics
Mlss LUCY JOSLIN, B.H., M.A., Latin and Spanish
Mlss DOROTHY KEYBS, B.S., Art and English
Mlss VERA KING, B.S., Home Economics
Mlss ROBERTA KIRKPATRICK, B.S., M.A., Science
Miss MARY L. LEE, B.S., M.A., Science
MRs. THOMAS C. MILLER, B.S., M.A., Mathematics
HENR1 MINSKY, B.A., M.A., Band
J. H. WINDROW, B.S., M.A., Commerce
TEACHERS WITHOUT PICTURES
Ilss EVALYN HOWINGTON, B.A., M.A., Spanish P4-'
Ilss DELIGHT MCGEATH, B.A., M.A., Distributive Educati
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MISS ROBERTA KIRKPATRICK, Clam Sponsor
We, of the Senior Class, wish to express our sincere
appreciation to Miss Roberta Kirkpatrick, who has not
only been a help and guide as sponsor of our class,
but, by her cooperation and her likeable personality, has
found a fond place in our memories. And so we sa
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Dramatic Guild, 2, 3, 4, Span'
ish Club, 3, 4, Civitan Club,
3, 4, President, 4, Torch
Club, 2, 3, N. C. O. Club,
2, 3, Company Commander,
ROTC, 4, Rifle Team, 3, 4,
Oflicers' Club, 4, Boysl State,
3, Midstate Contest Clarksf
ville, 2, 3.
ANN ELIZABETH ADLIiR MARVIN AGEF
BoyfGirl Friendship Club, 49 D. O. Student, 49 T. E97 l.
Home Economics Club, 4, Club, 4,
Monitor, 3, Lt. Gems, 3, 4,
Girl Reserves, 3.
MARTHA BAGGARLY CATHERINE BANDY HELEN RUTH BARTON
AcademicfCommercial AcademicfCommercial AcademicfCommercial
BoyfGirl Friendship Club, 4, Chorus, 2, 3, 4. Library Staff, 4, OlHce Staff,
Red Cross Club, 4, Eagle 4,
Club, 4,'Basketball, 4.
Student Council, 4, Spanish
Club, 2, Home Room Presif
dent, 2, Torch Club, 2,
WARREN ARTHUR FRANCES BODILY
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NORMA LOUISE ALLAN
Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4, Secref
tary, 4, Chorus, 2, 3, 4,
President's Cabinet, 3, Music
Club, 2, 3.
JOHN THOMAS BEARDEN
Band, 2, 3, 4, Civitan Club,
3, 4, Supreme Court, 2, 3,
Student Council, 2, 3, Head
Monitor, 3, ROTC, 3, 4,
Torch Club, 2.
Basketball, 3, 4, Captain, 4,
Home Economics Club, 4,
BoyfGirl Friendship Club, 4.
Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Captain
4, Football, 4.
ELIZABETH ANN BELL
BoyfGirl Friendship Club.
4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4:
Student Council, 2, President
Home Room, 2, 3, 4, Home
Economics Club, 2, Cheer'
leader, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 43
Eagle Club, 2, Office Staff, 3.
Office Staff, 2, D. O. Club,
3, 4, T. Es? I. Club, 4, Moni-
tor, 2, 4.
EDITH LOUISE ATCHISON
rl Reserves, 3, 4, Treasuf
', 45 BoyfGirl Friendship,
Home Economics Club,
4g Cheerleader, 4g Home
mom VicefPresident, 2.
HUGH S. BERRY
brary Club, 2, 33 Spanish
,ub, 2, 3, ROTC, 2, D. O.
SAMUEL M. Bnowmsn
xanish Club, 35 ROTC, 2,
4, N. C. O. Cluh, 43
Hicers' Club, 4, Dramatic
uild, 43 Eagle Club, 4.
DAVID TRAVIS, President
TONY CHANGAS, VicefPresident
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Best AllfRo1,md, Most Versatile, Most Popular
H. LESLIE BIGGS, JR.
R. O. T. C., 2, 3, 4, Lt., 4,
Spanish Club, 3, 43 N. C. O.
Club, 4, Treasurer, 4.
CLAUDIA VIRGINIA BROWN
D. O. Club, 4, Secretary, 43
Red Cross Club, 2, 3, Home -
Economics Club, 3, BoyfGirl
Friendship Clvb, 4.
MARY JEAN HAMRIC, Secretary
.IOHNNIE MARTIN, Treasurer
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Most Popular, Friendliest, Best AllfRoimd
Spanish Club, 2,35 Red Cross
Club, 2, 3, President City
Council, 2, 35 Cheerleader,
2, 3, Home Room President,
25 Student Council, 2, 3,
Cithara, 2, 35 l3oyfGirl Friendf
ship Club, 35 Dramatic Guild,
3, Eagle Staff, 35 Eagle Club,
HIfY, 2, 3, 45 Student Coun-
cil, 2, 3, Football, 4.
ANTHONY Gizoaon CHANG.
Home Room President, 2,
Spanish Club, 2, 3, Vic
President, 45 Civitan Clu
2, 3. 45 Dramatic Guild, 2,
4. President, 3, 45 N. F. I
3, 45 VicefPresident, 3,
Supreme Court, 3, 45 OC
Victory Speaker, 3, Mayc
Boys' State, 35 VicefPre:
dent Senior Class, 45 Vic
President Student Body,
Student Council, 2, 35 juni
Red Cross, 4, Secretary,
Eagle Club, 2, 35 Eag
Staff, 3, 45 lst Place Origin
Oratory D a v i d Lipscon
Tournament, 45 Grey Eag
CHRISTINE CAROL DARK
THOMAS H. CHAPIN CHARLES CHILTON SARAH CHRISTIAN ALESE LouIsE CLEMENTS
Academic Academic Academic Academic
Iish Club, 2, 3, 4, Draf Civitan Club, 3, 4, Band, Red Cross Club, 3, 4, Band, Honor Society, 3, 4.
.c Guild, 2, 3, R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4, R. O. T. C., 2, 3, 4, 2, 3, 4, BoyfGirl Friendship
:ers Club, 4, Football, 4. Spanish Club, 3, 4, Student Club, 4, Library Staff, 3.
JACK LANE CORN
ball, 2, 3, 49 HifY, 2, 3,
:wolf Team, 2, Tennis
JEAN CRAIGHEAD JEAN CRON
BoyfGirl Friendship Club, 43
Red Cross, 4, Chorus, 4,
Most Bashful Girl, Senior
MARY KATHERINE DOUGLAS ANGRLO DRANEs
Latin Club, 2, Monitor, 4,
Eagle Club, 3, Eagle Staff,
4g First Aid Detachment,
3, Girl Scouts, 2, 3, 4, Vicef
President, 4, Dramatic Guild,
4, Honor Society, 4, Home
Room Secretary, 4.
WILLIAM E. CRooK
WILLIAM LATIMIZR CLEMENTS
Student Council, 2, R. O
T. C, 2, 3, 4.
BRADLEY DEAN CUMMINGS
Home Room President, 2, Honor Society, 3, 4, Presif
Student Council, 3, 4, Cho' dent Home Room, 3.
rus, 2, 3, 4, Civitan, 4.
Band, 2, 3, 45 Supreme Court,
4, Honor Society, 3, 4,
Spanish Club, 2, 3, Student
Council, 3, Office Staff, 2.
PATRICIA BELL DUNCAN
Boy-Girl Friendship Club, 43
Home Economics Club, 4,
GEMS, 3, 4, Lt., 3, 4,
Prettiest Girl, Senior Class, 4.
DOROTHY CORNELIA JAMES M. GENTRY
ELIZABETH ANN DUNWOODY
MARY jo ELAM CLAUDE K. ELKINS, JR.
Band Majorette, 2, 3, 4, Girl Scouts, 2, 3, 4, Monitor, R. O. T. C., 2, 3, 4, Lt., 4,
Chorus, 2, 3, 4, Civinette 3, Spanish, 3, Senior Service, Officers' Club, 4.
Club, 3, 4, Student Council, 3, 4.
2, 4, Spanish Club, 3, 4,
President's Cabinet, 4, ju-
nior Red Cross, 3, Senior
Class Prophet, 4.
DORIS LORRAINE FARMER
Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Home
Economics Club, 2, 4, Boyf
Girl Friendship Club, 4,
Home Room Treasurer, 3, 4,
Grey Eagle Staff, 4.
MELEA JEAN FREEMAN
DOROTHY ANN FARRAR POLLY BLYTHE FARRAR
Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Draf BoyfGirl Friendship Club, 4.
matic Guild, 2, 3, 4, Boy-
Girl Friendship Club, 4,
Civinette Club, 4, Student
EUGENE FRENSLEY THELMA CLAIRE FREUND
AcademicfCommercial AcademicfCommercial I Academwcommefcial
Astronomy Club, 2, Band, Astronomy Club, 2, R. O. G1f1,R2S2fYeS, 2- 3, 45 DFH'
2, 3, 4, Boyfcifi Friendship, T. C., 2. mam Gwldi 5, 4a Glfl
42 Red Cross Club, 4- Scouts, 3, Secretary Home
Room, 3, Eagle Staff, 4,
Basketball, 2, 3, Home Eco'
nomics Club, 3, Monitor,
2, 3, Grey Eagle Staff, 4.
RORERT CHARLES ENGLERT
VicefPresident Student Body,
4, Football, 3, 4, Spanish
Club, 2, 3, 4, VicefPresif
dent, 4, Student Council, 2,
HifY, 4, Colonel Jr. Service
Army, 4, Red Cross, 4,
President Speech Class, 3, 4.
D. O. Club, 3, 4.
SARA FRANCES ESTES
MiLpRED JODEBNE FOGGL
Girl Reserves, 2, 3, Ho
Economics Club, 2, Bi
Girl Friendship Club,
Student Council, 3.
Student Council, 2, 4, D.
BoyfGirl Friendship Club, Club, 3, 4, T. 3 I. Club, 3
4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4,
Home Economics Club, 2, 3,
4, Chorus, 4, Astronomy
Club, 2, Spanish Club, 2,
Red Cross, 3.
DAVID TRAVIS, Valedictorian
BERNICE HUDSON, Salutatovian
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3, 4, Captain, 4, Football.
Student Council, 43 Home
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HARRY EUGENE GIBSON
anish Club, 2, 3, 4, Civitan,
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PATRICIA DUNCAN, Prettiest
DICK DANCE, Handsomest, Neatest
JOHN L. FOTTRELL, AIR.
JAMES MARv1N GILBERT'
R. O. T. C., 2, 3, 4, lst Lu.,
45 Track, 35 Band, 2, 3, 43
Chorus, 3, 45 Spanish Club,
2, 3, Football, 4.
JOHNNY STEINHAUER, Civitan Medalist
VIRGINIA QUINN, D. A, R. Medalist
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HERBERT HELTON, Most Dignifed, Most Bashful
CHARLIE FRANKLIN GRAY
Chorus, 2, 3, 4.
Honor Society, 3, 45 Spanish
Club, 3, Girl Scouts, 2, 3,
44 Student Council, 2, Senior
Service Scouts, 3, 4, Grey
Eagle Staff, 4.
MARIE M. GRAY
BoyfGirl Friendship Club,
Home Economics Club, 2,
D. O. Club, 43 Sunshi'
Club, 3, Girl Reserves. 2,
Music Club, 3.
Spanish Club, 2, 3,
Dramatic Guild, 3, Hi
Club, 2, R. O. T. C., 2.
GEORGE C. HUDSON, IR.
Civitan Club, 2, 3, 43 R. K
T. C.. 2, 3, 4, Lt. Col.,
Chorus, 2, 3, Dramatic Guil
3, 4, Supreme Court,
President Home Room,
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vnor Society 3 4 Football, 43 HifY Club, 4
JAMES CLAYTON HULME ADELIA ANNE HUFFMAN
DOROTHY GREGORY JAMES EARLY HAGAR, JR. ERNEST A. HAM
AcademicfCommercial Academic Academic
Girl Reserves, 2, 43 BOyfGirl Football, 43 R. O. T. C., 2, Spanish Club, 2, 33 Glee
Friendship Club, 43 Home 3, 43 Captain, 4. Club, 23 N. C. O. Club, 3, 4.
Economics Club, 23 GEMS,
WILLIAM A. H1LL, JR. JACK HOL1'
Chorus, 3, 4.
BROWN LANIER JOHNSON MARIAN JOHNSON
tronomy Club 2 Dra Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 43 Dra'
tic Guild 3 4 Civitan matic Guild, 2, 3, 43 Boy'
.1 3 4 Secretary 4 Girl Friendship Club, 43
le Club 3 R O T C Civinette Club, 43 Red
3 Sgt Major 3 Wittie t Cross Club, 3, 43 Spanish
y Senior Class 4 Club, 2, 3.
Astronomy Club, 23 Red
Home Economics Club, 33
Cross Club, 3, 43 Dramatic BoyfGirl Friendship Club, 4.
Guild, 4: Spanish Club, 23
Civitan Club, 4.
MARY JEAN HAMRIC
Home Room President, 2, 3,
43 Student Council, 43 Girl
Reserves, 2, 3, 43 Spanish
Club, 23 BoyfGirl Friend'
ship Club, 43 Chorus, 2, 3,
43 Civinette Club, 4, Secref
tary, 43 Eagle Staff, 43 Secre-
tary Senior Class, 43 Grey
Eagle Staff, 4.
ELLIS REEDER HOOPER
Student Council, 2, 4, Secref
tary, 43 BoyfGirl Friendship
Club, 43 Civinette Club, 4,
VicefPresident, 43 Red Cross
Club, 43 Spanish Club, 2, 33
Glee Club, 43 Eagle Club, 23
Honor Society, 4, Secretary,
43 Cheerleader, 43 Home
Room President, 43 Will'
Maker Senior Class, 43 Draf
matic Guild, 4.
RUTH JEANETTE JOHNSON
Girl Reserves, 2, 33 Chorus,
2, 33 Spanish Club, 33 Boy'
Girl Friendship Club, 43
Civinette Club, 43 Eagle
RICHARD S. KACHELHOFER
Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice'
President, 4, R. O. T. C.
Officers' Club, 3, Lt., 3,
Student Council, 4, Glee
Club, 2, 3, 4, Home Room
VicefPresident, 3, H o m e
Room President, 3.
ROBERT BURTON LAWIHIORN
R. O. T. C., 2, 3, 4, N. C.
O. Club, 4, Ofhcers' Club,
4, Football, 3, 4, HifY, 4,
Chemistry, 2, Spanish, 3.
MILDRED T. KIEENE
Roi' BLACK MAN LAWRENCE
Chorus, 2, Astronomy Club,
2, Spanish Club, 2, 3, R. O.
T. C., 2, 3, 4, N. C. O. Club,
Eagle Club, 3, Astronomy Astronomy Club, 2, Spanish
Club, 2,IDramatic Guild, 2, Club, 3, Cithara, 3, Office
3, 4, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Staff, 4, Grey Eagle Staff, 4.
BoyfGirl Friendship Club,
MARIE KERKFLITS REBECCA KATHERINE KERR
Tennis Team, 3, Cithara, 2, Home Economics Club, 4,
3, Eagle Club, 2, Health BoyfGirl Friendship Club, 4.
Service Club, 2, Girl Re-
serves, 2, 3.
ELsIE RUTH LEHNING SADIE NORENE LOGUE
Civinette Club, 3, 4, Secref Basketball, 3, 4, Dramatic
tary, 4, Eagle Club, 2, 3, Guild, 2, Red Cross, 3.
Eagle Staff, 3, 4, Spanish
Club, 3, 4, Music Club, 2, 3,
Chorus, 2, 3, 4.
LIDDY BELLE KEI1sEY
Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Bo
Girl Friendship Club, 3,
Dramatic Guild, 4, Astro
omy Club, 3, Student Cou
cil, 2, Wittiest Girl Senii
Spanish Club, 3, Astronon
Club, 2, Dramatic Guild,
Band, 2, 3, Girl Reserves,
WILLIAM GILBERT MCCREERY HELEN JEAN MCCULLAR ROBERTA MCGINNIS
Academic Academic Academic
R. O. T. C., 2, 3, Spanish Honor Society, 4, Senior Home Economics Club,
Club, 3. Class Poet, 4. Astronomy Club, 2, Mus
me Economics Club, 2, 3,
Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4,
1fGirl Friendship Club, 4.
OT1s CLYDE LYNN
jent Council, 3, R. O.
C., 2, 3, 4, Captain, 49
C. O. Club, 4, President,
Captain, 4, VicefPresi-
t, Home Room, 4, Class
IARY FRANCES MCGHEE
ronomy Club, 2, Cithara,
3 Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 41
'Girl Friendship Club,
D. O. Club, 4g Hospital
lm Attendant, 33 Or-
stra Club, 2.
ELLIS REEDER HOOPER, Will Maker
LIBBY DUNWOODY, Prophet
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Ship Clilb 4 Y r BERNICE HUDSON, Most Lllqely to Succeed
Most Likely to Succeed, Most Versatile
Girl Reserves, 3, Basketball,
3, 4, Captain, 3, Home
Economics Club, 4, Presif
dent, 4, BoyfGirl Friendship
Club, 4, Home Room Presif
dent, 4, VicefPresident Stu'
dent Body, 4.
JAMES DUDLEY MCKELLEY
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JAMES HULME, Wittiest Boy
LIDDY BELLE KERSEY, Wittiest Girl
BENJAMIN MEEKEI1 WAUHNITA MELTON
R. O. T. C., 2, 3, 4, Captain, Student Council, 2, Hon
4. Economics Club, 49 Choru
JEANNE PACE DOROTHY PAINE
Girl Reserves, 2, 3, Home Girl Reserves, 2, 33 D, I
ECOUOITUCS Club, 35 BOY' Club, 45 Spanish Club,
Girl Friendship Club, 3, 45 Chorus, 2, 3, 45 Heali
VicefPresident, 4, Dramatic Club, 2,
Guild, 2, T. Ei l. Club, 4.
JOSEPHINI1 PICKEL WILLIAM PICKEL
D. O. Club, 4, Secretary, 4. D. O. Club, 3, 4.
WILLIAM L. MIDGETT
Dramatic Guild, 3, 4, Vice'
'resident, 4, Spanish Club,
5, 3, President, 3, N. F. L.,
I, 4, President, 4: Eagle Staff,
Z, 3, 4, Assistant Editor, 4,
Supreme Court, 3, 4, Chief
ustice, 4, Student Council,
t, President Speech Class,
I, Civitan Club, 3, 4, N.
I. O. Club, 2, 3, Battalion
Iommander R. O. T. C., 4,
loys' State, 3, Home Room
3resident, 3, Grey Eagle
ltaflf, 4, TrifState N. F. L.
Jriginal Oratory, T h i r d
'lace, 3, Senior Class Ora'
or, 4, Honor Society, 3, 4,
Jfficers' Club, 4.
lasketball, 2, 3, 4.
livitan Club, 3, 49 Torch
Klub, 2, 3, Dramatic Guild,
g R. O. T. C., 2, 3, 4,
Iaptain, 4, Spanish Club, 3.
TIIERON W. MILLIGAN
Torch Club, 2, 3, Astronomy
Club, 2, D. O. Club, 3, 4,
T. fi I. Club, 3, 4.
Spanish, 2, 3, Student Coun'
cil, 2, 3, Eagle Club, 2,
Presidents Cabinet, 4, Boy'
Girl Friendship Club, 4,
Civinette Club, 4, Red
Cross, 4, Glee Club, 4,
Honor Society, 4.
JAMES L. PLUMMER
N. C. O. Club, 3, Vice'
President, 3, Home Room
President, 4, R. O. T. C.,
2, 3, 4, 2nd Lt., 4.
BETTY JEAN MORRIS
Civinette Club, 4, Eagle Home Economics Club, 2
Club, 2, 3, 4, Eagle Staff, 3,
4, Spanish Club, 3, Music
Club, 2, Chorus, 2, 4, Boy'
Girl Friendship Club, 4.
Honor Society, 3, 4, Secref
tary, 3, Civinette Club, 3, 4,
President, 4, Eagle Staff, 2,
3, 4, Dramatic Guild, 2, 3,
4, Presidents Cabinet, 3,
Student Council, 2, 4, junior
Red Cross, 3, Home Eco'
nomics Club, 2, 4, Girl Ref
serves, 2, 3, Drum Majorette,
4, Editor Grey Eagle, 4,
D. A. R. Medalist, 4, "Miss
Civitan," 4, Home Room
GERALD EVERETT NORTON DORIS CHRISTINE OUTLAW
HifY Club, 4, R. O. T,
2, 3, Football, 3, 4.
4, Astronomy Club, 2, 3.
DORIS M. REYNOLDS
BILLIE CATHERINE ROOP
BOyfGirl Friendship Club, 4, Student Council, 4, B
Eagle Club, 2, 3, 4, Monitor, Girl Friendship, 4, D. O
2, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Dra- Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, 4
matic Guild, 4, Red Cross Tennis Team, 3.
Club, 4, Astronomy Club,
2, Oflice Staff, 3, 4, Grey
Eagle Staf, 4.
RUTH ALMEDA ROWLAND
Home Economics Club, 4,
BoyfGirl Friendship, 4, Li'
brary Staff, 4, junior Red
Girl Reserves, 3, Red Cross
MILDRED LEE STONE
Home Economics Club, 2, 3,
4, GEMS, 3, 4.
NIZLLE SANDERS ERIS ANNETTE SANDS
Civinette Club, 4, BoyfGirl Girl Scout, 2, 3, 4, Spanish
Friendship Club, 4, Red Club, 2, 3, Ofbce Staff, 4.
Cross Club, 4, Home Ecof
nomics Club, 4Q Band, 2, 3,
SecretaryfTreasurer H o m e
Room, 2, Student Council.
2, 3, President Home Room.
NATHAN SMITH PRUDY SMITH
Music Club, 3, Chorus, 2, Library Club, 29 B0yfGir1
3, 4, R. C. T. C., 2, 3, 4, Friendship Club, 4, Monif
Captain, 4. tor, 2.
EDDIE TAi'LoR HARRIET SUE TAYLOR
Astronomy Club, 2, Draf Spanish Club, 2, Glee Club,
matic Guild, 4, Band, 4. 3, 4, Red Cross Club, 4,
Civinette Club, 4, BoyfGirl
Friendship Club, 4.
RICHARD EARL SCOTT
R. O. T. C., 2, 4, Torch
Club, 2, 3, VicefPresident,
2, 3, HifY, 4, Secretary, 4,
Home ctoom President, 2,
Football, 4, Colonel jr.
Service Army, 3, General
jr. Service Army, 4, Most
Popular, Best AllfRound,
Friendliest Boy Senior Class,
Student Body President, 4.
CHARLES RICHARD THOMAS
Home Economics Club, 3, 4,
Red Cross Club, 3, 4, Boyi
Girl Friendship Club, 4.
JULIA SUE STEPHENS
Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Boy-
Girl Friendship Club, 3, 4.
Secretary, 4, A s t r 0-
nomy Club, 2, Home Eco
nomics Club, 4: President's
Cabinet, 4, Cheerleader, 3.
4, Captain. 4, Office Staff, 2.
BETTY JEAN THOMPSON
Red Cross Club, 2, 3, 4.
Secretary, 73, President, 4:
Dramatic Guild, 3, 4, Boy-
Girl Friendship Club, 4:
Civinette Club, '4g Student
Council, 4, Home Roorr
ACQUELVN ANN SHIVERS
l Reserves, 2, 33 Boy'
l Friendship Club, 45
me Economics Club, 4.
fIARGARr:1' Sue STEPHENS
'fGirl Friendship Club,
4, President, 4g Girl
.erves, 2, 3, 42 Student
mcil, 23 Home Room
sident, 3g Cheerleader,
Dflice Staff, 49 Presidenfs
uinet, 4g Astronomy Club,
lent Council, 3, D. O.
b,3,4gT, Es? l.Club,3, 4.
DICKIE KACHELHOFER, Historian
HELEN JEAN MCCULLAR, Poet
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Economics Club, 4.
Red Cross Club, 2, Girl
JOAN MARILYN THOMPSON
BoyfGirl Friendship Club, 45
Spanish Club, 2, 3, Band
2, 3, 45 Civinette Club, 4.
SUE STEPHENS, Friendliest Girl
JEAN CRAIGHEAD, Most Bashful
IN MEMORY or
MORTON McKAY PRICHARD
a member of the Senior Class who passed away
. 4.1.4 .
I cannot feel that thou art far
Since near at need the angels are'
And when the sunset gates unbar
Shall I not see the waiting stand
And white against the evening star
The welcome of thy beckoning hand?
'JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER
during the latter part of the fall term, 1043.
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PAUL ANDREWS, Most Athletic Boy
HELEN KATHERINE THORNTON
Home Economics Club, 43
BoyfGirl Friendship Club,
EUGFNIA DEI? VESTER
Band, 2, 3, 4, BoyfGirl
Friendship Club, 43 Girl
EDITH ELIZABETH WHITUS
PEGGY LEE TIMEERLAKE
junior Red Cross, 2, 3,
Dramatic Guild, 2, 3,
Chorus, 3, 4g BoyfGirlFrie1
ship Club, 49 First Aid I
tachment, 35 Home E
nomics Club, 2.
FRANCES M. WARD
Spanish Club, 2, 3, Ea
Club, 2g BoyfGirl Friendsl
Club, 45 Civinette Club,
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Club, 2, 39 Honor Society,
Vixen. LEON WILLIAMS
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MARY RUTH WEBSTER
heerleader, 4, Girl Ref
:rves, 2, 3, 4, Chorus, 2, 3,
, Red Cross Club, 3, Eagle
lub, 3, BoyfGirl Friendship
lub, 3, 4, Librarian 4,
,ome Room Secretary, 2, 3,
,ome Room President, 4,
resident's Cabinet, 4, Music
L. W. WILLOUGHBY
vanish Club, 2, 3, D. O.
lub, 4, Library Club, 2.
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FRANK MORGAN TONEY
Spanish, 2, 3, Honor Society,
3, 4, I-lifY, 4, R. O. T. C.,
DOROTHY MARIAN WRcHsIsL
Student Council, 2, Boy'
Girl Friendship Club. 4,
Red Cross Club, 4.
Civinette Club, 3, 4, -Vice'
President, 4, BoyfGirl Friend'
ship Club, 4, Honor Society,
2, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 3,
Latin Club, 2, Eagle Club,
2, Secretary Home Room,
3, 4, Daintiest and Most
Dignilied Girl, 4.
DAVID M. TRAVIS
Student Council, 2, Third
State Latin Tournament, 2,
Dramatic Guild, 2, 3, 4,
N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, President,
3, 4, Debate, 3, 4, Civitan
Club, 2, 3, 4, President
Senior Class, 4, Tennis, 3,
Basketball, 3, 4, Honor So-
ciety, 3, 4, President, 3,
VicefPresident, 4, Boys' State
4, First State V. F. W. Es'
say, 3, Eagle Staff, 2, 3, 4,
Assistant Editor, 3, Editor,
4, Valedictorian, 4, Grey
Eagle Staff, 4, President
Speech Class, 2, Secretary
of State. 4.
Rursy NRLL WOODARD
Library Club, 2, 3.
RUTH VANTREASH DAN P. VAUGHN
Red Cross Club, 2, Girl
SARAH WHITRHRAD MARTHA ANITA WHI'FT
Library Club, 2, BoyfGirl Home Economics Club, 4,
Friendship Club, 4, Band, BoyfGirl Friendship Club,
2, 3. 4. 4, junior Red Cross, 4.
RACHEL WRIGHT FRITZIE JEAN YOUNT
Home Economics Club, 3, Band, 2, 3, 4, Boy-Girl
Dramatic Guild, 2, 3, Eagle Friendship Club, 4, Red
Club, 2, 3, Red Cross Club, Cross Club, 2, Monitor, 3.
2, 3, 4, BoyfGirl Friendship
Club, 3. 4.
SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR
MILDRED EDITH ANDREWS, MARY EVELYN BARRIGER,
STEPHEN LEE FOSTER, MARGE HARGROVE, THEODORE JAY
MURRAY, ELIZABETH PRUTER, VIRGINIA REAVIS, JOE HAROLD
RUTI-IEREORD, WILLARD TEMPLBTON, BOEEY TUGWELL.
ROBERT FAULKNER BENNETT BILLY HARRELL
January Class Officers
President, BOBBY ENGLERT Secretary, PEGGY TIMBERLAKE
VicefPresident, DICK DANCE Treasurer, ELSIE LEHNING
CLASS FLOWER: Red Radiance Rose
CLASS MOTTO: Progress through perseverance
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I sing no lay of honor and fame,
For they shall not be ours. Only a few
Engrave their names on immortality's scroll-
Perhaps one, or two, no more, and the rest
Shall lie in obscurity.
Leaves are borne to their origin
And unquestioningly they go, knowing
The natural order. We are a part
Of that order and our graves no more renown.
Though we conquer space, and though the secret
Of life is ours, we live and die unknown.
Some wandering genius may ask,
"Who shaped and gave power to this steel?"
Some student may know, but, quickly,
The question and the answer are forgotten.
If we record greatest beauty and joy,
And save for posterity our culture,
It perishes with some barbaric tribe
Or is minimized by future triumphs.
Though we die on battlefields in defense
Of liberty and world ideals, tombs
Will crumble and our sacrifice become
A dull note in some history book
Devoid of meaning-resting momentarily
In some chi1d's brain for tomorrow's test.
The idea is no less, the sacrihce no less great,
The dream no less noble, nor less
The accomplishment because it is
Forgotten. It completes life's cycle.
Always the old must toil in pain for the new,
Then die, since it is of no more value.
Twenty years ago we would have challenged,
"Tomorrow is ours! We change the world!"
But today we meditate: We must gain
Slowly and securely. We expect only
To reach the quarter mark of the ideal
In our lifetime, but to our successors
We trust the flame that, smothered in the wind
Of the roaring twenties, was only
Relighted at Corregidor and Bataan.
Out of the strife and desolation
Of this war, youth, united in purpose,
Shall build security from chaos, tyranny
From justice, love from hate, blending old thoughts-
Dignity of labor and faith in God-
With new 'freedoms' and hard earned vigilance.
We shall not see the results, but to this
We dedicate ourselves-our hopes, our dreams,
Our efforts, and our determination-trusting that,
Though forgotten, they accomplish their full share
For good and prove us worthy of a noble heritage.
1HELEN JEAN MCCULLAR
Well, here we are at the crossroads at last, and we see before us dozens of paths we
may follow. Some lead to gloryg some, to normal life, and some, even to disaster. We
would all like to travel that road which leads to glory, but we know that only a select
few are destined to reach that ultimate goal, so let us wish them Godspeed.
Does it seem twelve years ago that we were unwillingly led by the hand to begin
our career of learning? lt seems only yesterday that we were in the "low first" then the
"high first," and now we are Seniors!
Our three years of high school have been filled to the brim with joy, sorrow, and
memories that will linger a lifetime.
Let us go back to September 1941. At this time we entered East High as Sophof
mores. We were a timid lot, nevertheless, we were eager to do our part and to be heard.
In December of that year the cowardly attack on Pearl Harbor plunged us headlong
into war with japan. The fire of patriotism burned high at East, and many of' our boys
preferred immediate enlistment to waiting to be drafted. We have kept in touch with
most of those boys and we know that wherever they are they are doing their own job
to the utmost of their ability.
In April of the following year we dedicated our service flag.
In the spring of 1942, James Douglas won the TrifState Original Oratory Contest,
defeating speakers from Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi. The following spring
Nelson Fisher won the Civitan International Essay Contest, defeating entries from all
parts of the United States and possessions.
As Juniors we began to feel a little more important and a little braverg for, after all,
we had been here a whole year. At this time, the registration of men from the ages of
eighteen to thirtyfhve was called. This took away many of our Senior boys and also
some of our teachers. There were many tearffilled eyes when Ivlr. Tilton and Professor
"Willie" Campbell had to leave us, for they had endeared themselves to the whole student
East has advanced rapidly during her brief history and will, we believe, continue to
do so in the future. Recently we had a new addition to our military unit at East. The
girls, not to be outdone by the boys' ROTC, organized the "Girls' Emergency Military
Service" CGEMSJ, under the guiding and capable hand of Miss Jewel Hopkins. This
group is showing the boys a few things about how close order drill should be performed.
The latest addition to the social life of East is "Teen Town," a recreation center
organized under the supervision of the YMCA and located in the basement of the East
Nashville branch of the Carnegie Library.
During the past year East has been active in the collection of waste paper and scrap
metal, essential items in the war effort.
Our becoming Seniors was like running a long hard race, rounding the last turn into
the home stretch, and seeing the finish line ahead. Immediately we began organizing our
class by electing our officers. We selected as our class sponsor, Miss Roberta Kirk'
patrick. Then came all the other activities, such as election of superlatives, the selection
of the rings, the making of class pictures, and all the other necessary things that inevitably
Our athletic teams, under the expert coaching of C. V. Baker and Mr. J. H. Wind'
row, enjoyed a highly successful year. Our girls' basketball team was probably the most
colorful of the year in their many hotly contested games. In the city playoff, they reached
the unit tournament where they were disqualified. The determination and stamina of
the boys' basketball team matched that of the girls during the season, and our boys reached
the semifinals, only to be eliminated. The football team made an excellent record,
winning seven games and losing only three. Since much of this year's talent will return
next year, we have the promise of a good season.
All in all, our high school days have been happy ones, even though dark clouds
have at times, spotted the horizon. Perhaps in the future, we shall smilingly look back
on this period as the happiest days of our lives. ,
Drcicnz KACHBLHOPER, Historian
Prophecy of 1944
They had told me I must prophesy,
But I knew not what to do,
For I was not born a prophet,
Any more than one of youg
I had spent the day in study,
And in thinking hard and deep,
So I now, all worn and weary,
Lay me down and fell asleep.
I had lain there but a moment
In that slumber, calm and sweet,
When I rose refreshed and strengthened,
And stepped out upon the streetg
But I very soon discovered
That I was in a strange place,
For I saw not one known figure,
Nor an old familiar face.
I could scarce believe my senses
When I saw the airship line
Bore the well-known name of "Nashville,"
And my eyes opened wider,
Than they'd ever been before
When I saw a slip of paper
I beheld near me a lady
Coming on with footsteps slow
And I thought I would accost her
And learn what I wished to know.
As she came to be still nearer,
I thought I had seen that face
Somewhere else, yet could not put it
In exactly its right placeg
But at last she stood before me,
And all wonder vanished quite,
'Twas my old chum, Gini Quinn,
Andll met her with delight.
It was strange that I should know her
For the change in her was greatg
She was very tall and slender,
While she moved in queenly state.
She seemed quite glad to see me,
Said I had been long away
And gave me an invitation
To remain with her that day.
Her kind offer I accepted,
And she hailed a passing car,
I watched the conductor closely-
'Twas a lady, short and stout,
Fully able to assist
The passenger in and out.
As she took my fare she knew me,
And stood pointing out strange sights-
Liddy Belle Kersey thus had proven
Her belief in woman's rights!
On the car a dude was sitting,
Toying with a poodle small-
Why, 'twas Robert Pitts! I scarcely
Would have known the man at all.
Soon we flitted past a corner
That looked like old times to me,
For 'twas the well-known corner
Where our Highfschool used to be!
And I noticed a small drinkfstand
There, as we were passing by,
And behind the tiny counter
Stood a man I knew at sight!
Yes, for it was johnny Steinhauer,
Shouting "Cold Drinks" with all his might.
I looked at him in wonder,
For whoever would have thought
That our oldftime brilliant president
Could to such a task be brought.
But the whole day brought surprisesg
Prudy Smith was dancing on the stageg
Becky Cobb an opera singerg
Clyde Lynn a preacher, quite the rage,
Claude Elkins a door bell ringer,
Eugene Frensley an authorg
Mildred Andrews, an old maid, prim and neat.
Dorothy Garrard had grown so very heavy
Antiffat was all she'd eat.
Bye and bye we reached the home where
Gini lived-her husband, too,
But he was a traveling salesman,
So I didn't find out whol
We sat alone to talk some more
Discussing the class of '44.
Across the street we got a glimpse
Of Ruth Evans and Mildred Keene
Exchanging gossip over the fence
Among that which they related
I found this worthy to be slated:
Catherine Bundy gayful sight
Still after Charles Gray in broad daylight.
Louise Atchison dainty as you please
Still has Bob Englert on his wornfout knees.
jackie Shivers a sailor has married
And off to a little cottage she was carried.
Dean Cummings has nothing to hide
He has chosen Ruth Barton to be his bride.
The Marriage Bureau, an interest of many
To those who want to wed,
At the top of the list is Elsie Lehning
Who to Herbert is a dread.
Herbert Helton as you see
Is head of this propriety.
At the Woodland Playhouse,
Billy Midgett had a hit,
Starring the one and only Anita Whitt.
Along with this, a tumbler,
L. G. Acree, by name,
From his school days had risen to great fame.
Others who held the leading roles
Of course have honor due
Sue Stephens all in bows,
judy Stfnphens, dressed in blue.
julian ompkins believe it or not,
Runs and owns a beauty shop.
Bernice Hudson really saves,
Because she's the girl who makes the waves.
There's always need of loving heart and hands
To care for Charles Chilton, who care demands
joan Thompson is his nurse
Well now, that's good! I'm sure she may do worse
Nathan Smith is singing still.
While George Hudson runs a bottling mill.
Ruth johnson with greatest ease,
Laughs and laughs and tries to please.
joe Rutherford would really like to sing,
Who would ever dream of such a thing!
There's Eddie Taylor in a trance
In his pawn shop he's taken a chanceg
And L. W. Willoughby, I do declare
Is making a living by climbing a stair.
And Stephen Foster, you'll be surprised
His fondest dreams he's realized
And in the air he's gained a name
And with us here he's shared his fame.
The stately poised Christine Darr
To a downftrodden world, she's like a star
She plays, she sings, she reads, the while
The poor, the rich, their time beguile.
Betty Thompson gave her heart away
And Robert Goodson keeps her gay.
To Peggy Timberlake a sea was given
She took the giftg a bond was driven
Instead of water, she wanted a lad
Now Don is hers, and is she glad?
Anita Matheny is an actress fair
The idol of the public everywhere,
Ah! Doris Reynolds confides
She's anxious to get married and decides
To answer "Yes!" to the first one who dares
To proifer her the honored name he bears.
And finally Nelle Sanders has chosen the better
Topreign at home-the queen of j ack Holt's heart!
Bill Harris would like to travel 'round the world
And bring back every flag he finds unfurled.
Gerald Norton is a sailor and is brave
In search of tokens worth one's while to save!
Eileen Mayberry loves these souvenirs!
I hope he gets his chance ere many years.
Tony Changas wants to know -
If he can a doctor be? Surely so!
As I looked down the street
A sign I did see:
"Paul Andrews, Professor of Dentistry'
Doris Outlaw waiting there
Next in line for the dentist chair.
Billy Croolfs heart still doth pound
When he takes his wife
Mary j. Hamric to town.
Patricia Duncan, I very often hear
Is still to everyone such a dear.
Mildred Stone is also fair
Of her beauty she takes great care.
Libby Bell blushes so meek
When Dick Dance kisses her on the cheek.
Melba j. Freeman is kept in the air
Because Roy Lawrence is always there.
Norma Allen, a soldier has met,
They are living happily even yet.
Angeloa Dranes has put away his books
And concentrates wholly on his looks.
Adelia Huffman is still courting under the moon
But to Harry Gibson she'll be married soon.
Ernest Ham, whose girls used to be many-
It is now Mary jo Elam or not any.
Dorothy Gregory with a smiling face
Serves in a cafe with such grace.
Dorothy Weschel sits for hours
Looking at her beautiful flowers.
johnny Bearden all day sleeps
Because of the late hours he still keeps.
Frances Ward and Evelyn Parrish still do share
All of their joys and sorrows together there.
Anne Adler and Bobby Lawhorn End sorrows less
Because together they iind their happiness.
Ben Meeker arises with the sun
While his wife, Sarah Whitehead stays on the run.
Alese and William Clements side by side
Spread their knowledge far and wide.
Alice Bradbury and johnnie Martin go hand in hand
Still they think each other simply grand.
jane Brown with her winsome ways
From john Fottrell receives great praise.
Mary Ruth Webster to Charles Black still is cold
Because he hasn't yet discovered gold.
Mary Greenwood never does a thing
But sing and sing and sing.
Leslie Biggs is always seen
Wearing his suit of brightest green.
Margaret Duncan is the governor of a stateg
She feels that she was born for such a fate.
Dan Vaughn is a millionaire!-
He knows not that great wealth is but a snare!
Charles Floyd owns and runs a restaurant
Whose fair waitress is Fritzie Yount.
james Plummer's name, however, shows,
The vocation by which he goes.
Mary F. McGhee now washes clothes
To no one does she tell her woes.
Her favorite customer is Claudia Brown
Who runs a dressfshop in the town.
jean Craighead was bashful then
But she has changed her course againg
A great orator she has' turned
To show from Miss Binkley what she has learned
And Donald Davis is a boy
Whose fame rests in a toyg
He's made a duck that really quacks
And leads the children in his tracks.
A teacher is Roberta McGinnis '
Her students love this dainty miss.
Of Richard Thomas much is heard
He sings and whistles like a bird.
With Elizabeth Pruter on a team
That makes all baseball seemg
A thing just meant for girls
Who laugh and shake their curls.
And Helen jean McCuller has at last
Become a typist, accurate and fast.
Wauhnita Melton is a Wave
She stayed and let her Wendell rave.
Fair talents had that jewel Swift
And like her name she made a gift
That went so quickly to the heart
That now it's sold on every mart.
I talked and talked and talked with Gini
Until the newsg there wasn't any
And so I said goodrbye
And left as I began to cry.
I hurried briskly down the streetg
And there I really had a treat.
For Charley Thompson and his wife
Were rushing at me, for dear life.
She told me that her Charley is a shark
While getting news he's on a lark.
And what I have to tell you now,
Is that which Charley does avow.
Of Marvin Agee, this he said
That somewhere he had read
That Marvin had his own freak show
That filled the house for row on row.
And in this show was Billie Roop
She dazed the crowd by eating a hoop.
S. M. Browder in a jeep does woo
In a G. I. car that's built for two.
Lanier johnson is a barber line
With Marjorie Luna he's prone to dine.
An excellent secretary is jeanne Pace
However with Marie Gray she runs a race.
Because their employer, Hugh Berry, is the same
And their goal is to reach some wonderful fame.
David Travis is a tightfrope walker
While Frances Estes is an endless talker
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Will Hill is a big time politician.
Eugenia Vester is a popular sports writer
Who has just finished a new ,edition
Of "Billy McCreery, World's Greatest Fighter."
Ellis Reeder Hooper operates a boarding house
Her cherished possessions are two canaries and a
james Gentry is a farmer grand
He has the richest of all the land.
Hollywood's glamour girl is Ernestine West
I hear she's just the very best.
A worldfwide traveler is Ruth Rowland '
She's now visiting friends in Poland.
Dorothy Farrar has made a success
With eight children she's been blessed.
Frank Tony is a traffic cop,
While Evelyn Etheridge runs a flower shop.
Bobby Tugwell is a fireman brave
Many lives he tries to save.
Catherine Parker puts you in a trance
When she steps on the stage to dance.
A chicken farm owned by Donald Fottrell
Always has fresh country eggs for sale.
jean Collins and jean Cron were forced to part
They left each other with a broken heart.
Dudley McKelly is a hne baker, '
Ruth Vantrease is a lovely dress maker.
Marvin Gilbert makes flying carsg
He has one he claims will go to Mars.
Rachel Wright and Harriet Sue Taylor still do chum
To Tommy Chapin's general store they often come.
They walk around, and wonder what to buy
Then liave without a thingg and Tommy heaves
a sig .
An ideal housewife is Elizabeth Petty '
At six her evening meal is always ready.
Dorothy Paine is a Sundayfschool teacher
Her husband Warren Blankenhorn is a preacher.
Mary Sircy is a coach at one of the schools,
Where Willard Templeton teaches the use of tools.
Martha Baggarly is a telephone operator, always
When she asks these oft"repeated words, "Num'
A dress designer is Manha Wohlbold
She makes everything new, nothing old.
Kitty Kroutter makes everything bright
She's a little nurse dressed in white.
Patricia Peeler's life was filled with toil and
But she married Theron Milligan and they left
like a bubble.
Frances Bodily has reached her two main goals,
To make for her husband good cakes and rolls.
Oween Brady attends a sewingfbee,
To sew, to gossip, and to sip her tea.
Marian johnson is still here,
To her husband, Richard Scott, is a dear.
Mary Katherine Douglas has a brilliant mind
A new element she's trying to find.
Trixie Logue always loved the color red,
In a bright shade she did wed.
Polly Farrar is sociable and gay,
She attends parties every day.
james Hulme is still a flirt
He wears a bow tie and a ruiiled shirt.
Edith Whitus went live years ago to Spain,
There for the test of her life she'll remain.
Some members of an all-girl band
Who really deserve a great big hand
Are Elizabeth Smith and Esther Sharpg
'Cause they play from dawn 'til dark.
Lucille Lance is still on the job
Making the money for herself and Bob.
jack Corn can't help from yawning,
While he still hangs his awning.
Thelma Freund awaits her flame.
Who's coming soon to change her name.
jodeene Foggus is filled with joy,
'Cause the last one is a boy!
josephine Pickle to New York did go,
Was a real hit, as you may know.
Leon Williams lives on the West Coast
Of a Hollywood wife he sits' and boasts.
Anne Galloway has finally consented to marry
He threatened to leave her, and she began to
Brownie Hickam in Washington wearing tux and
Has proven to be a stuffedfshirt diplomat.
Virginia Reauis by a cradle stood
While poor john was chopping wood.
Sarah Christian is always simple and sweety
All the qualities of a fine character she does meet.
Eris Sands in her small dainty way,
Goes to visit the sick every single day.
Dick Kachelhofer on an old car fender
Sits for hours, 'cause he's a peanut vender.
Katherine Thornton is a maid to a millionaire
A little white cap and apron she does wear.
Mary Louise Atkins reports for "The Daily Free
She keeps -us tab on all changes in dress.
Billy Hardison is chief pencil sharpener in two
He does little odd jobs, also, to stay on good terms.
William Pickle is a butcher of meat,
His wife Ruby Nell Woodard keeps his shop neat.
Rebecca Kerr is a good secretary, that's true.
She always wears a smile and is never blue.
Marie Kerkeles works in a five and dime
She loves to do it all the time.
Ten years have passedg
Doris Farmer's married at last.
Then 1 was very tired and sleepy.
So I felt that it was best
To withdraw myself a little
For an hour or two of rest.
l slept long and very soundly,
And just judge of my surprise
When again, after my slumber,
I opened my drowsy eyes,
I found myself in the cottage
I had lived in long ago,
Ere I started out that morning
On that curious quest to go.
I sprang up and sought the window.
Yes, it was the same old town,
That, in what seemed years ago,
I had wearily lain down,
But the dream had been so life-like,
That e'en yet I could not feel
That the vision I had witnessed
Could be otherwise than real.
So you see, dear friends and classmates,
'Twas nothing but a dream
I've been telling, however natural
And real it to you must seemg
But in this old world of wonders,
Dreams have oftenftimes come true,
So, who knows but this my vision
May be realized by you?
LIBBY DUNWOODY, Prophet
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For the first time in the history of East High, the gridders were taken to Camp Hy'
Lake two weeks before the beginning of the fall term. Approximately thirtyffive boys,
the majority having their Hrst try at high school football, attended. Painfully missed
were such star performers as AllfSouthern Owen Howell, Clarence Hewgley, "Ox"
Blackford and many others who had entered the armed forces. Despite this loss, however,
the Red and Gray made an excellent record for themselves by winning a total of seven
games, while losing only three. A total of 138 points were scored against East's oppof
nents, while the Eagle's strong defense let only 77 points go over the Red and Gray goal.
The Eagles were capably led by Junior Tom Keysaer and featured such outstanding
men as Clarence Harper, Dick Fulton, and Gerald Norton. Perhaps the most spectacular
was the fancy openffield running of Clarence 'LCurly" Harper who sustained a broken
collar bone in the early stages of the season, but recovered in time to play in the M. B. A.
game, the last of the season. It is notable that he was on the Nashville AllfCity three
of the four weeks he played.
"Forward Eagles" was taken literally in perhaps the most spectacular game of the
season, as the spirited East eleven tromped a formidable Litton combine 32-12, with
Harper going for the majority of the touchdowns on his wide end sweeps.
The entire East team performed brilliantly to play their part in keeping East's foot'
ball record among the best.
Boysf Ba skctball
The East Eagles were dethroncd from their position as Interscholastic Champions
this year. Although they lost four of the Hrst strings, Don Mclntyre and James Stone
by graduation, Richard Primm and Bob Swope through the armed forces, they were
seeded third in the Eighth District.
Led by high point man, joe Bell, who was the first sophomore in the history of East
High to make the AllfNashville, the Eagle cagers Won a total of fourteen games and lost
Being defeated by the State Champions, West Blue Jays, after bowling over David
Lipscomb in the quarter finals of the District Tournament held at Father Ryan, East
completed a comparatively successful season considering that only three boys of the entire
squad had had previous experience in high school basketball.
Player Games Points
joe Bell .......,....... 21 201
George Miles ,.......,..., 22 143
Paul Andrews QCaptainD ,.... 22 140
john Dugger ..........,. 22 119
Nick Busholen ....,.... 16 52
Doug Harris .... 19 64
Led by forward Alice Bradbury, the East Eaglets had an unusuilly successful se ison
with a total of nine games won and five losses to their credit Coached by Mr J H
Wiridrow, the girls were runnersfup at the District Tournament Throughout the season
the girls displayed the type of fighting spirit that has always been typical of East High
ALICE BRADBURY .... Forward
MARY SIRCY ........ Forward
EARLENE G1BsoN .,... Forward
East .r... ..., 1 4
East ...,. .... 1 6
East ..... .... 2 6
East ..... .... 2 6
East ..... ,... S
East ...., .... 3 3
JOHNNIE MARNN Gu 1rd
MARIE GODDARD Guard
HARRIET LoTT. Guard
Hillsboro. . , .
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East High golf team consisting of Eugene Legler, Billy McCreery Ewin Collier
and jimmy High, though not as formidable as some past foursomes has made a start
typical of teams that have brought home championship trophies None of the boys
has ever been on an East team, but all have had previous experience and should place
Well in the city finals.
Record of Football Games
Record for Basketball Season
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Seated-Left to Right: H. Robinson, P. McGowan, R. Peal, D. Fulton, J. Martin. J. Steinhauer, J. Simpf
son, F. Frech. Standing: L. Johnson, E. Stephens. D, Fottrell. M. A. Harden, M. J. Hamric, J. Gentry, A.
Galloway, Miss Margaret Gate, G. Kemp, C. Piper, W. Mclntosh, M. A. Allen, B. Thompson. J. Hemhy
Left to Rught: R. Pitts, Secretary of State. J. Stephens, Secretary of Interior, D. Travis, Secretary of State
S. Stephens, Secretary of Information, J. Steinhauer, President, D. Farrar, Secretary of Treasury, R Peal
Secretary of Law anal Order, B, Tassey, Secretary of Agriculture, G. Cate, Secretary of Commerce,
Fxrst Row A. Young, A. Atwood, M. Anderson, D. Dean, B. A. Givens, B. Ellis. j. Peal. Second
Row--O. Brady, j. Patterson, J. Chance. 'Third Row E. Mayberry. C. Mitchell, D. Farrar, j. High, L.
johnson, M. Carney. Fouvth Row R. Bell, T. Trotter, R. Pettigrew, G.Glxilton, H. Fnson, F. Gray, G. Moor.
Left to Rtght G. Hudson, T. Ghangas, j. Hilton. Miss Evalyne Howington, Sponsor. B. Mitlgett
M. Duncan, G. Cate, P. McGowan.
President L. G. AGREE
VicefPresiderIt ROBERT PITTS
Secretary JAMES HULME
Treasurer CHARLES CHILTCDN
Chaplain GEORGE CATE
Miss Civitan VIRGINIA QIIINN
First Row WLeft to Right: G. Hudson, J. Hulme, L. G. Acree, V. Quinn, R. Pitts
G. Cute, C. Chilton. Secorid Row: B. Midgett, H. Gibson, Bezirden, E. Legler, D. Tra
Vis, Mr. Grunt, C. Gray, R. Pettigrew, T. Chxingzis.
ELLIS Runner: HOOPER
MARY JEAN HAMRIC
LIIIBY DUN NVOODY
First Row--'L. Dunwoody, J. Hilton, E. R. Hooper, V. Quinn, M. J. Hamric, B. Thompson, A. F. Hudf
son Second Row J. Thompson, F. Ward, E. Parrish, H. S. Taylor, M. Stienmiller. Miss Roberta Kirkpatf
rick, D. Farrar, M. Wilson, A. Huffman, N. Sanders.
First Row f J. Hilton, B. Thornpson, T. Changas. Second Row E. Parrish, E. R. Hooper, F. Ward
M. Greenwood, Miss Howington, S. Greer, A. Atwood, M. Anderson, Third Row-H. S. Taylor, E. Edwards
J. Fisher, B. Harris, M. Lackey. J. Craighead, N. Sanders, H. Robinson, D. Timmons. Fourth Row A. F. Hud
son, S. Christian, B. Pendleton, M. J. Freeman, M. Baggarlv, E. Sharpe, D. Johnson, D. Reynolds. Fifth Row J
Pickard, A, Whitt, R. Rowland, M. Scott, L. Johnson, J. Reynolds, C. Bradley, H. Noles. P. Todd, S. McCulley
Boy-Girl Friendship Club
President SUE STEPHENS
Vicefljresident JEAN PACE
Secretary JUDY STEPHENS
First RowffMrs. Aumiller, Cofsponsor, M. J. Freeman, F. Yount, L. Atchison
J. Stephens, S. Stephens, D. Farmer, L. Bell, Mrs. T. O. Miller, Sponsor. Second Rowf
S. Whitehead, M. Johnson, Thompson, F. Ward, H. S. Taylor, M. J. Harnric, E. Parf
fish, E. R. Hooper, S. Christian, A. Bradbury, J. Martin, B. Thompson, J. Pickard, A
Whitt, R. Rowland, G. Griggs. Third RowfD. Reynolds, A. Matheney, B. Kerr
K. Thornton, L. Lance, j. Craighead, N. Sanders, A. Adler, P. Duncan, D. Farrar, A
Huffman, S. Greer, R. Wright, M. Baggarly, J. Shivers, D. Outlaw, L. B. Kersey.
First Row--Left to Right: M. McCallis, N. Jackson, M. K. Etter, H. S. Taylor,
N. McMahon, E. R. Hooper, J. Craighead, L. Dunwoody, J. E. Hudson, F. Ward, M.
Westmoreland, B. S. Tassey, V. Moore. Second Row: D. Melton, L. Dickerson, R. Perry,
F. Chapin, S. Stephens, L. Atchison, L. Bell, J. Brown, Mr. Dowden, C. Parker, B. Charles,
V. Johnson, G. Preston, J. Haynie, M. Steinmiller, A. Davis. Fourth Row: A. Gallo'
way, M. Locke, C. Hackney, T. Street, M. Horan, E. Vinson, M. Jacobs, H. Noles,
M. Goddard, J. Shivers, L. Stanley, E. Johnson, D. Paine, H. Lott, R. Gordon, S. Nabors,
J. Summars, F. Solomon. Fifth Row: R. Beasley, R. Kerr, K. Thornton, D. Dean, R. N.
Woodard, M. Wilkerson, L. Sharpe, Mebius, Tate, Farrell, M. F. McGhee,
H. Smith, J. Grissom. Sixth Row: L. Jernigan, V. Perry, J. McCormick, E. Pettey,
M. J. McBride, A. Hayes, B. Hardison, E. Parrish, M. J. Hamric, B. Crook, C. Moor,
B. Roehrig, N. Haden, J. Melton, J. Peal, M. McClanahan, E. Howell, D. Matthews,
M. Keene, V. Armstrong, D. Johnson, J. Fisher, D. Garrard. Seventh Row: S. Greer,
P. Douglas, R. Peal. Eighth Row: D. McKelley, J. Tuhh, H. Graves, D. Fottrell, T.
Chapin, D. Kachelhofer, E. Frensley, J. Parsley, M. Peeler, M. G. Henderson, M. Sircy,
C. Bandy, R. McGinnis, D. Vaughn, L. Johnson, L. Downs, B. Leckie. Ninth Row:
W. Farrell, C. Bradley, R. Lovelace, T. Trotter.
Voulmr, cxest pouvoir
Miss KATHRYN HAILIQ
Flrst Rowflxft to Right
Miss Hai1e,L.Tay1or, R.Tur.
ner, T. Garner, D. Beck, M
Steinmiller, V. Pate, B. West-
Second Row: F. Solomon, H
Lott, S. Young, J. Ray, A
Osborne. Thzrd Row: J. Edg
ing, S. Bardwell, I. Price, F
McQueen, j. Vaughn.
First Row--N. Gossage, D. Travis, T. Changas
Second Row f S, Seligman, F. Renfro, Y. Miller
bl. Patterson, Miss Binkley, Third Row-WB. Mid
gett, P. McGowan. G, Page, B. Binkley, V. Pate
President TONY CHANGAS
VicefPresident BILLY MIDGETT
Secretary GEORGE GATE
Treasurer SYLVIA SELIGMAN
SergeantfatfArms EDDIE TAYLOR
First RowiLeft to Right: E. Taylor, G. Gate, T. Changas, B. Midgett, S. Selig'
man, D. Travis. Second Row: J. Hulme, S. McGulley, V. Quinn, L. G. Acree, P. Mcf
Gowan, B. Rovvden, T. Freund, N. Gossage, J. Meriwether, Miss Binkley. Third
Row: M. McClanahan, B. A. Givens, V. Pate, J. Patterson, Y. Miller, F. Renfro, G.
Preston, R. Evans, B. Thompson, V. Moore, B. Tassey, P. Todd, A. Matheney, A. F.
Hudson. Fourth Row: A. McEwen, D. Reynolds, D. Dean, H. Robinson, M. Peeler,
G. B. Eberhart, L. B. Kersey, D. Farrar, A. Huffman, V. Leonard, R. Welch, J. Garrison,
R. Gordon, B. Binkley. Fifth Row: L. Johnson, R. Bell, S. M. Browder, M. A. Harden,
G. Hudson, E. R. Hooper, E. Parrish, B. A. Keele, J. Gilbert, J. Mebius, J. Fitts, G. Page,
N. Haden, D. Douglas, R. Bartlett, D. Douglas, E. Ham, T. Chapin.
President J. DUGGER CFallJ
D. KACHELHOFER CSpringJ
VicefPresident B. ENGLBRT CFallJ
T. CHANGAS CSpringJ
Secretary F. CHAPIN
First RowfB. Englert, J. Dugger, F. Chapin, D. Kachelhofer, T. Changas. Second
Row-M. A. Brooks, J. N. Burge, R. Gordon, M. R. Wain, A. Young, E. Yates, B. Sands,
A. Atwood, P. McGowan, L. G. Acree, Miss Evalyne Howington, D. Douglas, M. F.
Clements, M. Anderson, B. Ellis, B. A. Givens, J. E. Hudson, M. A. Harden, B. A.
Keele. Third Row-B. Grice, M. Chamberlain, L. Dunwoody, A. F. Hudson, S. Selig'
man, T. Chapin, J. Cope, B. Bryant, Y. Miller, F. Renfro, R. Pettigrew, B. Leckie, J
Chance, L. Reed, L. Moore, M. Mims, E. M. Collins, R. Bartlett, B. Rowden, M. Bing'
ham, M. Peeler, M. Crowe, R. Goolsby, S. Burch. Fourth Row-M. Greenwood
M. Lackey, D. Phillips, E. Edwards, D. Dean, M. S. Pettus, M. J. Greer, B. Binkley
H. Payne, J. Eddings, P. Williams, J. Norris, R. Ferguson, J. Haynie, J. Mebius, M
Prince, M. Horan, M. J. McBride, J. Tubb. Fifth RowfS. Smith, M. Wilson, D. Hopf
kins, C. Chilton, J. Thompson, M. Carney, B. J. Murphree, B. S. Rice, H. Gibson, W
Farrell, B. Harris, D. Cunningham, P. Williams, S. Seay, B. Crutcher, B. Brown, H. Pugh,
J. Gerrard, B. Beasley.
Fwst Row'--C. Wiggins, E. Sands, M. H.
Medearis. Second Row-M. Elam, Mrs. Wood,
K. Douglas. Thwd Row- B. Hudson, B. S. Tassey,
R. Bartlett. Fourth Row-D. Douglas, B. j.
Vaughn, Mr. Oliver.
First Row---'Left to Right
D. Fulton, G. Norton, T
Keysaer, 1. Steinhauer, H
Stone. Second Row: S. Hood
J. Bell, B. Englert, R. Swann
Third Row: H, Graves, D
Harris, L. Downs, E. Corlew
Fourth Row: Mr. Baker, W
Deathridge, J. King, C. Brad
ley, B. Roberts.
President JANE GWIN
VicefPresident SUE STEPHENS
Secretary GEORGIA BELLE EEERI-IART
Treasurer LOUISE ATCHISON
Chaplain RUTH GORDON
SergeantfAtfArn1s PAULINE WILLIAMS
First Row-R. Gordon, L. Atchison, S. Stephens, J. Gwin, G. B. Eherhart, P. Wil'
liams. Second Row-B. J. Delaney, M. A. Brooks, A. Clements, S. McCulley, M. F.
Clements, J. Cope, D. Farmer, D. Farrar, A. Young, J. Brown, R. Wright, L. Bell. Third
Row-J. Hudson, R. Welch, P. Todd, V. Leanord, A. Davis, J. Gilbert, A. McEwen,
T. Freund, J. Kennell, J. Simpson, C. Watts. Fourth Row-J. Garrison, M. J. Hamric,
D. Farrar, S. Bardwell, D. Timmons, J. Stephens, E. Hasty, C. Fox, M. R. Wain, M. A
Harden, B. Robinson, M. Smith, G. Preston, E. Bradley, E. Barter, V. Johnson, B. Charles
C. Duncan, Anderton, M. Chamberlain. Fifth RowwM. Williamson, D. Reynolds
K. Johnson, L. B. Kersey, L. Stanley, A. Matheney, D. Cunningham, S. Seay, J. Sanders
J. Shivers, D. Anglea, A. F. Hudson, S. Greer.
.. W. l
First Row--R. Turner, S. McCulley, J. Garrison. Second Row' j. Gilbert, J. Thompson, M. Mims.
Thivd Row S. Stephens, Mr. Oliver, P. Tmltl, Miss -lean Berg, S. Seay. Fourth Row H. FUSOI1, D. Rey'
molds, E. Sands, D. Matthews, D. Cunningliam, L. Stanley.
First Row 'V Left to Right: P. Allen. M. Anderson, B. Byrant. Second Row: H. Fuson, E. Yates, S. Burch
kux M. Hollister, M. Crows. Third Row: A. I.. Melvin, M. Carney, H. Stone, R. Bartlett, A. Atwood.
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President NANCY GOSSAGE
VicefPresident DAVID TRAVIS
Secretary and Treasurer ELLIS REEDER HooPER
First Row-D. Travis, N. Cossage, E. R. Hooper. Second Row-J. E. Hudson
A. Galloway, B. Tassey, M. Duncan. Third RowMM. A. Harden, B. A. Givens
J. Simpson, V. Quinn, P. McGowan, R. Evans, B. Hudson, L. J. Shaff. Fourth Row-
B. A. Keele, C. Fox, B. Ellis, D. Dean, F. Chapin, B. Bryant, H. J. McCullar, E. Parrish
Miss Katherine Atkinson. Fifth Row-F. Solomon, M. Steinmiller, S. Young, C. Wig
gins, E. Edwards, M. Lackey, D. Douglas, S. Seligman, M. Horan, J. Hilton, Miss Mar
garet Cate. Sixth Row-B. Binkley, D. Cummings, C. Judd, H. Helton, B. Roehrig
G. Cate, B. Midgett, R. Pettigrew, H. Clemmons, B. Mitchum.
First Roww A. Adler, D. Farmer, J. Stephens, P. Duncan, K. Thornton, N. Sanders, M. Scott, M. God'
dard. Second Rowe -G. B. Eherhart, M. Sircy, A. Bradhury, J. Martin, Melton, Gwin, B. Kerr. Third
Row L. Atchison, D. Outlaw, Griffin, C. Pettus, B. J. Morris, l. Wooten, L. Lance, M. Johnson. Fourth
Row-- J. Sanders, J. Shivers, L. Stanley, K. Johnson, L. B. Kersey, C. Wiggins, R. Rowland, Miss Lucy Dye,
A. Whitt, E. Tucker, M. Karr, C. Parker, H. Noles, J. Reynolds.
Fwst Row '-B. Rose, B. Hardison, T. Trotter, C. Crestwell, B. Crook, A. Matheney, V. Anderson, H
Graves, H. Stone, S. Bingham, l. Ray, R. Peal. Second Row-fC. Slack, R. Kachelhofer, J. Gentry, D. Vaughn
G. Bowers, R. Thomas, B. Crutcher, R. Rainey. Third RowY'D. J. Ayres, Instructor, P. Williams, T. Chap
in, J. Stroud. D. Sloan, T, Bowles, G. Underwood, B. Pickel, R. Scott, R. Hoffman.
Diversified Occupations Class
First TablefLeft to Right: B. Hill, Gentry,
T. Plumber, S. Jackson, F. Stephens, R. Beasley, V.
Sain. Second Table, Backs to Camera: H. Fletcher,
O. Dezmthridge, C. Thompson, M. Agee, R. Car'
penter, R. Hope, G. Sniothernion, J. Pickel, F. Gentry,
F. Southerland, R. Lovelace, M. F. McGhee, C.
Floyd, T. Milligan, President. Standing: D. Paine,
F. Estes, S. Jenkins, H. Berry, Mr. Grant.
Officers and Committees of Alumni Association
First RowfLeft to Right: E. Newby, J. Bartley, R. D. Goldsby, R. Lovelady, A.
Roehrig, J. Johnson. Second Row: M. K. Goodwin, K. Faulkner, J. Dickerson. Third
Row: N. Allan, L. Fite, J. Tucker, M. Chenault, B. J. Willis, M, A. Walker, H. Simmons,
R. Baker, R. Eubank, Miss Haile.
President KITTY FAULKNER
VicefPresident EMBREY HADLEY
Secretary MAI ELLEN LAWLER
Treasurer MARY KATHRYN Goonwm
Sponsor Miss KATHRYN HAILE
The girls of the Association are doing their hest to "carry on" While the boys are
in the service of their country.
First RowfLeft to Right: V. Quinn, S. Christian, B. Carter, J. Sensing, B. Brown,
T. Trimble, S. Whitehead, B. Baucom, H. Eakes, B. McGowan, H. Shaff, F. Yount,
M. F. Clements, J. Cope, B. Garrison, J. Thompson, M. Cutrell, V. Brooks, L. Dun'
woody. Second Row: C. Bryan, M. Freeman, R. Collier, R. Eddings, C. W. Head,
O. Sanders, B. Mitchum, M. Carney, E. Compton, D, Davis, J. Greek, M. A. Harden,
M. Hawkins, M. Duncan, J. Oden, B. Quesenbury, D. Cunningham, S. McCulley,
J. Horner, H. Jackson, J. Luther, J. Witt. Third Row: K. Parkinson, T. Moores,
R. Striplin, D. Douglas, C. Mitchell, J. Eddings, J. Hemby, J. Bearden, H. Pugh, B. Beasf
ley, B. Brown, W. Neely, R. Thompson, B. Hicks, Harwell, D. Moyers.
The East High Band, under the direction of Mr. Henri Minsky, has been very sucf
cessful throughout the past year. It has furnished music for football games, basketball
games, and for programs to further the war effort. The success of the sixty piece organif
zation is due largely to the untiring work of its director.
R. 0. T. C.
PFC. D. Domus, COLOR SGT. H. KIRBY, CPL. T. LOFTIN
PFC. F. DEJARRNETT
CAPTAXN L. G. Aciufre
1s'r. LT. R. PEAL
- lsr. SGT. R. RAINEY
CPL. J. GILLAND
First Row-'Left to Right:
2nd Lt. E. Ham, Sgt. W. Murf
dock, Cpl. W. Worsham, B.
jared, D. Allen, R. Scott, j.
Stepp, Derseweh, Pfc. H.
Smith, Guide Sgt. E. Horton.
Second Row: j. Bell, W.
Wright, M. Hutchison, W.
Neely, S. Clayton, J. Tanks'
ley, C. Bradley, F. Parkhurst.
Third Row: 2nd Lt. E. Leg'
ler, Guide Sgt. R. Dean, Cpl.
W. Mclntosh, R. Baumgartf
ner, R. Lawrence, R. Leckie,
I. Ray, O. Smith, D. Baci'
galupo, Pfc. R. Jennings.
Fourth Row: Cpl. E. Hicf
kock, E. Stevens, J. Early, H.
johnson, R. Collier, R. Sud'
dath, R. Thompson, Platoon
Sgt. R. Pettigrew.
c' lt j
Cadet Major Billy Midgett Captaln Tommy
Chapin, First Lieutenant Dick Kachelofer Major
Charles E. Dunn, Sergeant R G Burdsal Staff
Sergeant johnny Steinhauer.
CAPTAIN C. LYNN
lsT. LT. C. ELKINS
lsr. SGT. R. STRIPLIN
Pvc. H. FusoN
First Row-' Left to Right:
2nd, Lt. P. Douglas, Cpl. R.
Andrews, B. Kemp. J. Kelly,
F. Curran, Pfc. J. Pinkston,
Pfc. T. C. Williams, Platoon
Sgt. R. Climer.
Second Row: Guide Sgt. F.
Baskette, Cpl. J. Alsup, B,
Bartholomew, D. Ruder, J.
Daniel, F. Gray, J. B. Clark,
Third Row: Znd. Lt. S. M.
Browder, Cpl. J. Smith, J.
Felts, W. Harris, C. Martin,
J. Tanksley, Vaughn.
Fourth Row: Guide Sgt. A.
Rawls, Pfc. D. Sunstead, J.
Horner, J. Talyor, J. Witt,
G. Irwin, J. Boyd, Platoon
Sgt. J. Bearden.
CAPTAIN D. FOTTRHLL
lsT. LT. G. KEMP
1sT. SGT. N. GREEK
PFC. F. BOYD
First RowfLeft to Right
Znd. Lt. L. Biggs, Cpl. J
Stroud, M. Carney, C, Burns
C. Reid, C. Judd, R. Baucom
W. Fuson, E. Collier, Cpl. E
Second Row: Platoon Sgt
B. Roehrig, Pfc. W. Death
ridge, R. Chest, C. Bearden
P. Banks, J. Rader, R. Wheat
B. Binkley, Sgt. H. Bowers
Third Row: 2nd, Lt. J
Plummer, Cpl. H. Payne, H
Clemmons, B. Nevins, O. San
ders, L. Reynolds, C. Croc
kett, F. P. Seymore, J. R
Young, J. Hemby.
Fourth Row: Sgt. C. Slack
R. Earls, S. Bennett, P. Mc
Gill, B. Briley, M. Weaver
R. Locke, F. Manning, E
Warrant Officer j. Tuhh, lst. Sgt. B. Barnes. S Sgt. B. Davis, K. Parkinson, E. Stevens
Sgt. Burdsal. E. Collier, C. Lynn, L. Biggs. D. Fottrell. E. Stevens, R. Rainey, N. Greek, F. Boyd
5 ooo-coz MAIN sr.
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