Hendersonville High School - Golden Memories Yearbook (Hendersonville, TN)

 - Class of 1949

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DOROTHY JEAN PETTY "Cond rmlurf' mul good sense are grind f'0Y1II7l1Ill0N5.l, Augusta Tilghmztn High, '45-'48, Hendersonville High, '48- '4!l: Basketball, '49g Beta Club. '49, Senior Class Secretctry, '49: "ll" Club, '49, Secretary of F. H. A., '49, Football Queen. '-18. KATHRINE LEE PHILLIPS "Her diijzarilimi is ax sunny as her hair." Beta Club, '46-'-19: Clee Club, '46: Paper Staff, '49, Home I-ltonomits Club, '46, BETTIE Lou RALPH "We love her for her smile, her looks, her wily of .tpeaking gently." Clee Club, '45-'47, Home Economies Club, '47-V191 Beta Club, '47-'49, Vocal Sextet Pianist, V491 Gym Captain, '-49: Class Tournament, V481 Beta Convention, '49, junior Play Manager. V481 Paper Staff, '48-'-49. Nl'1'l"l'lli Suu RfKLPH "I know the stars by name." Class Reporter, '46, Cler: Club. '46-'4R: Football Queen Can- didate, '45-'46, "H" Club, '47-'493 Class Secretary and Treasurer, '47-'48, Paper Staff, '46-'49, Cheerleader, '48, Beta Conxention. '49, Voral Sextct, '49, junior Play Mana ager. '48g Class Tournaments, '47-'49. MARY JANE RALPH Hlntoxicated with 1'i1'acily." Beta Club, '47-'49, Paper Staff, 493 Voral Sextet, '47-'49, .lunmr Class Play, '48, Beta Convention. '49. bllNA LDLIVIA RALPH "My limrt ig whole, my fnnry free: Go runny, little boys, don't bother me." Home Economies Club, '46-'49, Beta Club, '47-'49: Beta Club Representatixe, W48: Paper Staff, '47-'49: Animal Editor, '-lflg Glee Club, '46-'48: junior Play, '-483 Voral Scxtct, '48- '495 Beta Consention, '49. Lenox' Rtcii, jk. "Smnnlay I .thrill mx! aside my lwyixh pranks and be a man." Class Reporter, V163 junior Play, '48, "H" Club, '493 Bas. ketball, '48-'49, Annual Staff, '46-'47, Paper Stall, '48-'493 Class Tournament, '46-'49g Glee Club, '45-'46. SENIOR CLASS

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CLASS PROPHECY One afternoon I was lazily slumped in my favorite chair, reading a current book. Glancing at the clock, I noticed that the hands were moving very rapidly. My eyes seemed drawn to them as though they were a mag- net. Slowly pictures began to form on its face and as I looked closer I seemed to recognize the faces. Why of course! They were my old classmates of H.H.S. They seemed the same, except for age. First, I saw BETTY ANNE DURHAM at a desk in a small clutter room. She was writing feverishly. As I glanced at the book which I had been reading I noticed her name on the cover. We realized that she had talent but fame came so soon. Why, her book was outselling any book ever before published. Then a palatial home in Hollywood flashed before my eyes and there was BETTY LOU RALPH looking quite chic and stylish. As Clark Gable's seventh wife, she was ready to run at a moment's notice. The scene changes to a rural farm home in the heart of Sumner County. The mailbox at the end of the drive read john D. Scott, jr. NE'l'l'IE SUE RALPH always wanted to be a farmer's wife. Oh, nol lt can't be. There was ANNE JENNINGS doing a difficult spin on ice skates in Madison Square Garden. Sonja Henie has tough competition. Flash! The scene changes to Marshall Field's and one of the executive offices. SUE JOHNSON, as efficient as ever, is head of the accounting department. Back to Hendersonville! JO-ANN LEE is still a house- wife only now there are more than two in the little house on Walton Ferry Road. The next thing I saw I could hardly believe. LEROY RICE was sitting in his swank hotel suite being inter- viewed by Hedda Hopper. He is with the Metropolitan Opera Company in New York. He is currently playing Don jose in "The Loves of Carmen." We also find JANE RALPH in New York. Since Rise Stevens' third marriage she has retired from the opera. Lucky break for jane, who is now playing "Carmen." We always knew URIE MITCHELL and E. C. GREEN were competing with each other. They're both still married. Now they each have a Service Station within a stone's throw of each other. May the best man win. Well, look who's paying inheritance taxl CHRISTINE KENDALL is sole beneficiary of a will including a chain of Hyder's five and ten cent stores. Who's that with the lovely tan? Wait 'til she turns around. My goodness, it's RAY MUNDY. junior Hunter must still be struggling at the University of Florida for an education. Well, well, LOREECE CARR is a career girl now. She is a power model for Sandy Moore Motor Company, Goodletts- ville, Tennessee. Happy motoringl Would you believe it, we have a frontierswoman among us. CAROLYN HUTCHISON is teaching Home Economics in San Antonio, Texas. Well, what do you know! VIRGINIA LEE surely has risen in the world. She is the wife of a wealthy planta- tion owner down Covington way. She is at present reign- ing as Cotton Queen. Woodland Street Bridge doesn't sway any more. After all HAYDON ENGLAND is the chief engineer of the Nash- ville Bridge Company. It's impossible, I can't believe my eyes. MATIIE JONES' youthful dream of traveling has finally come true. She is the first lady Ambassador to Holland. Hendersonville is really progressing. It has a milk company now. The sign out front reads "WILLIAM LAMPLEY, Proprietor." BARBARA DIATIKAR has launched on a bookkeeping career. I wonder if this will end in marriage as her sister's did. JIIANITA BIAXEY has gone journalistic. She is now writ- ing up all the baseball games for the "Saundersville Gazette." Of all things! There is MINA RALPH. She was in a Concert Hall in Chicago. She was playing Schubert's "Unfinished Symphony in B Minor." She finished and looked up for applause. Hearing nothing she looked up-no audiencel Surprised, I see DOT PETTY coaching the undefeated basketball team of H. H. S. It's the love of the sport, I'm sure. Then the hands of the clock slowed down and all the faces of my classmates were gone. It had been thrilling to look into the future, but the present is far more important. MINA RALPH

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