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

 - Class of 1954

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First Row: Fay Allen, Olie Allen, Betty Bentle. Second Row: Pete Dudney, Syd Dur- ham, Geneva Eidson. Third Row: Bobby Huggins, Buddy Hurt, Gene Johnson. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS WAYNE HICKMAN President BOBBY EDWARDS Vice-President BETTY CLENDENING Secretary MARJORIE KEMPER Treasurer ANNE Domus Reporter JUNIOR CLASS

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CLASS PROPHECY On a cold December night as I sat in my easy chair before the fireplace my thoughts strayed and I stared into the blazing tire which appeared to me as the Senior Class of '53-'54. As the night wore on the fire began toidie down and the embers appeared as the individuals of our class. These embers told the story of love, excitement, adventure, success and cooperation. First, I saw Tommy Barrett working away on the time clock of the Louisville and Nashville train to make sure it didn't meet up with the N. C. 81 St. L. Lines. He was doing a grand job and the wrecks were inevitable. Next appeared Hannah Campbell who had kept her place at Wade Motor Co., only she was ,now promoted to the position of Credit Manager. How's business Hannah? Peggy Gann then came into the scene. She is now a modest homemaker in New Hope. How those Hoors shine, Good Work, Peggy I I I Betty Dickson appeared as a teacher in the Watkins Institute. Teach them "A stitch in time saves nine," Betty I I I Then I saw Porter Curtis working away at the Ken- tucky Derby. He was not the trainer, but the jockey! Good going! Dorothy Clendening remained close to home. She is now switchboard operator for the' Southern Bell Tele- phone Co. Don't eavesdrop Dot! The scene then changed to Chicago when at one of the leading theaters was "Hear the Dixielandersf' star- ring Lucien Anderson. Thus he had made a success of his singing career. Wonderful voice, Huh I I I Ewing White appeared next, he looked slightly differ- ent from the boy we had seen in school. He is now a M!Sgt. in the army. What do you do in the infantry, White P ? ? Betty Worsham is now a model for the Spiegel Co., in Chicago. What a success that girl is I I I BoyI did their business increase ? ? ? Next appeared Marguerite Durham, she is working in the filing department of the Sunday School Board. Watch Marguerite and don't get those files mixed! Miller Frost is now operating a dairy in Shackle Island. You realized the meaning of the slogan "Milk for Health," huh, Frost? Jackie Curtis appeared in New York, she is the book- keeper for a prominent man there in the Empire State Building. Better keep those debits and credits equal, Jackie ! I I Bobby Baker changed the scene considerably for on Broadway was showing, "Where's Charlie?'I and guess who was playing Charlie? none but Baker I I I Thomas Buchanan was now acting as an advisor to President Kefauver who had only recently taken office. Great success, Thomas! Joanne McDuITee came on the scene in Los Angeles, she now owns and operates one of the largest Beauty Salons there. Watch those haircuts, Joanne I I I I. C. Blair now has a farm near the New Hope com- munity, and the crops he is producing are unimaginable. Is it the soil or you, J. C. ? ? ? Pete Curtis appeared on the Old Hickory Lake. Was he enjoying himself? Good catch, Pete I I ! Gran Harris was now manager of the National Stores of Hendersonville. Guess who his secretary was ? ? ? None but Anne Dorris. Good boss I I I Roberta Caruthers is now the private secretary at the Nashville Electric Company. With her typing so fast she gets her work done in a half day. What do you do with the other half? No loanng on the company's time Bobyl Sarah Staley is now working as a "Home Economist" in the Betty Crocker Kitchen. My, those pies I I I Roy McConnell made his way to Washington and there he has taken the place of Senator Albert Gore. You climbed the ladder, McConnell, now see what you can do with those Republicans ? ? ? The scene changed to St. Thomas Hospital where Anna Mae Wheeler is nurse. Those shots she gives, can't you be a little easier, Wheeler ? ? P Floyd Poindexter is now the vocational agricultural advisor at Gallatin High School. Such F. F. A.'s he will make of them I I I Mary Jo Williams has made use of all that shorthand and typing, by becoming secretary to the owner of Harvey's. Working Girl I I I Then the embers had faded away and once more I- was aware of the fact that we were still a class attending H. H. S., and though we would soon have completed another milestone in our lives, we could leave thinking of the past "Golden Memories" which had meant so much to each of us. ERMA PALMER C las.: Prophetess



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5 JUNI R CLASS First Row: Charles Brown, Betty Clendening, Larry Clendening, Charles Cook, Patsy Curtis x Anne Dorris. cond Row: Bobby Edwards, Ray Fennell, Howard Frost, Jackie Givan, Billie Jean Hawkins, ' Wayne Hickman. Qi? ighird Row: Marjorie Kemper, Rosemary Kizer, Richard McMurtry, Ted McMurtry, Ann JN I flllgsl Perry, Claude Ralph. Q? Fourth : Christine Ralph, Tucker Seigenthaler, Jean Stafford, Faye Sutton, Charles Walker, Mary Wheeler. ff 3335 We IR I li 9 L RF" Q Q la 1 - -

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