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

 - Class of 1954

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raozaiafa CLASS HISTORY In August, 1950, fifty-two boys and girls signed up for parts in the production, "Four Years at Hendersonville High." We had been looking forward to being in this important play for many years. The place was the high school building and the time 1950-51. The first act centered mainly around freshmen getting acquainted with teachers, upper classmen and surroundings. We were inexperienced but our stage fright was re- placed by confidence as our days passed. Our directors were Mr. A. C. Webb and Mr. Paul Smith. Our officers were Lucien Anderson, Pres- identg Thelma Young, Vice-President, Joanne Bradley, Secretary, and Louise Davy, Treasurer. The second act took place three months later in the fall of 1951-52. We felt like seasoned players. Thirty-four persons took part in this act, which. showed Sophomores, proud of their status as the upper layer of underclassmen, busily showing freshmen around. A memorable event of this act was a Wiener roast at Mr. Paul Smith's home. Our hardworking cast was winner of the magazine contest. To be remembered in this act was our thrilling skating party. Our directors were Mr. W. C. Leath and Mr. Paul Smith. Our officers were Tommy Barrett, Presidentg Floyd Lee Poindexter, Vice-President 3 Betty Worsham, Secretary, and Carol Dixon, Treasurer. The third act began in September, 1952, and the cast numbered twenty-seven. This act con- tained some unforgettable highlights among which the Junior-Senior Barn Dance ranked first. Our directors for this act were Mr. W. C. Leath and Mr. Paul Smith. Our officers were Betty Wor- sham, President, Tommy Barrett, Vice-Presidentg Kenneth Hinkle, Secretary, and Lucien Ander- son, Treasurer. The curtain rose on the fourth act in the fall of 1953. This act had a special significance because we played the part of Seniors, and it was the climax of the entire play. Twenty-six of the original number were starred this time. Among the Senior activities were the receiving of class rings and invitations, class meetings, elections, and the Senior Play. We also had the task of editing the Commando Comet and our annual GOLDEN MEMORIES. Members of the cast who gained fame were Gran Harris, football captain, Tommy Barrett, co-captaing Ewing White, bas- ketball captain and Roberta Caruthers, football queen. We were proud to have Mary Jo Williams as Valedictorian with an average of 94.51 and Joanne McDufi'ee, Saluatorian, with an average of 93.25. Our directors were Miss Margaret Grime and Mr. W. C. Leath. Our officers were Tommy Barrett, President, Lucien Anderson, Vice-Presidentg Roberta Caruthers, Secretary, and Jackie Curtis, Treasurer. As the curtain falls on the last act, we feel very grateful to our directors and others who so faith- fully guided us and helped us in our difficulties for these four years. We feel that the experience and knowledge we have gained will help us to be better players on the stage of life, and we can never forget the wonderful times we have had in "Four Years at Hendersonville High." BETTY WORSHAM Historian

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CUR FACULTY Lan! 1 .1 - ' ' .,4..,,. flaaff M- ' . ' MR. PAUL O. DoRRIs K A.B., Social Studies I. C. ANDERSON M.A., School Administration George Peabody College for Teachers THOSE WHO LEAD US JOHN O. BARNES Tennessee State Teachers . B.S. I College University of Tennessee University of Alabama Agriculture Seventh Grade VIISS MARSAQRET GRIME W. C. LEATH . . B.S. Middle Tennessee State' Tennessee Polytechnic College N Institute English, Math ici Physical Education, Coach N MRS. MACK BINGHAM B.S. Middle Tennessee State College Commercial, English PAUL DOUGLAS SMITH B.A., M.A. George Peabody College for Teachers Cumberland University Mathematics MISS MILTON CURTIS B.S. George Peabody College for Teachers Home Economics, Science, History, Civics MZRS. THOMAS W. STONE, JR. A.B. Western Kentucky State College Music, Glee Club Eighth Grade 'x MRS. THOMAS H. ELLIS L,l., B.S. George Peabody College for Teachers Western Kentucky Madison College Library if X 2 IUHMRFY I 111 Av



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