Hillsboro High School - Hillsburro Yearbook (Nashville, TN)
- Class of 1945
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Text from Pages 1 - 98 of the 1945 volume:
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BURRG BUDDUH S
Dear Students and Fttultx of H1llsboro Hlgh Sthool
N 1shx1lle Tennessee
M u 1945
We apprecrate wour support IH the ptst and ewcpeer great thmgs of vou ID the future We are
glad to haxe had thls opportumtx to serxe s ou
Ambrose Prrntmg Companx
Low eman s Photo Reflex Studlo
Bell s Booter1es Inc
Eason Morgan Comptnw
ohnson Frelght Lrnes Int
L B Brewster md H O Olsen
Coles and Wtller Icuelers
Dr oe Fenn
F C Womatk Lmfe md C lSLl1lfX
FruehaufTra1ler Comp mx
H1llx1evs Serxrte Statxon
Hugh F Smlth Jr Brokerage Companx
L G Balfour Companx
Moon Drug Compam
Nashv1lle Coal Compam Int
Sam L Cook
Topnuller s Ammal HOSP1IHl
HZFFISOH Bros Florrst
ones Gulf Servrce
Currm Seruce Stauon
Guaranty Trtle Compam
Stumb s Esso SCFVICC Starron
Beauty Box Studxo
Belle Meade Theatre
Landon Hardware Compam
Blankenshlp Drug Compam
Brentwood Food Market
E H Webb Serwrce Statron
Ford Musgroxe Drug Companw
General T1re Companw
L1ttle Brothers Serx 1ce Statron
Meador and Heffernan Pharmacx
X ester s Blue Room
Water s Grocerv Compam
Vester s Plaee
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Here IS one last monument to our h1gh school days
May lt help rem1nd us of our carefree ways
Wxth tearful eye and wave of hand
We leave the thlngs that seem so grand
We ll say goodbye to our best frrend
We now have d1fTerent ln es to spend
Then we ll have only th1s to look back to
And laugh at the funny lrttle rhlngs We used to do
It helps remlnd us of our school mates
Of games of dances of our dates
Of our classes of our books
Of our favor1te llttle nooks
And better than all these thmgs so swell
It rem1nds us of our teachers who gurded us so well
All these thmgs We cannot regret
For they rema1n 1n our memorxes yet
As our school days
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AUSTELLE CURTIS Caxert r H1gh Arts and Crafts7. D E 3 Can1era Club3 4 Sgt at Arms Home Room
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Sgt at Arms Hon1e Room 4 Annual Staff 4
BAKER BETTY Frankl1n H1gh 1 7. Dramatlc Club 4
BAss CAROLYN Caxert r H1gh 1 ournal1sm Club 7. HOIIIC Room A Prestdent 3 Dram1t1c C l11b
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BUSMAN XVARREN Sexence Club 1 7. 3 4 Auborn SOCICYK 4
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Bums MAI West Hlgh 1 Personalltx Club 7. World All-HITS Club 4
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BueK MARY Lou Ofhce Staff3 4 C est L Armee 3 Llbrarx Staff 1 7. Persnnalltx Club 7.
BUNTIIN RooERs Football 4 B Footba1l3 Home Room Sgt at 'AFIIIS4 Annual SIACT4 B A A
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CREss ROBERT West Hlgh 1 Y Presldent SCICIICC Club 3 Honor SOCICIX 4 World Affaxrs Club 4
CULLOM W YMN R111ng Club 1 IHC1"l1ULlI'1lSI Dramat1c Club 7. Wlllg Scout3 4 C A P C 3 4
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HOLBROOK BETTY RUT1-1 Cohn r Hlgh School Personalltx 7. Intramurals 7. XAIHQ Scduts 7. 3
01-1NsoN ALBERT LEE R11ers1de M1l1IJfS Academx 7. Student Counc1l 3 4 XICC Pres1dent Ho111e
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LINTEN DWIGHT West End Hlgh School Hxgh H Club 4
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Ha1l to the sthool that makes our days
Prohtable ln manv ways
Salute her colors gold and green
Flashxng where the bold are seen
Hlllsboro High the school we share
We proudlv support the colors we wear
Gold that declares the honor sound
Green the ugor to be found
Our mascot IS a humble thmg
Endurmg troubles l1fe mav brlng
It IS a patxent ploddmg burro
We shall and must forever hold
All thmgs 1mpl1ed by green and gold
Ideals which stand the test of tlme
As guldmg peaks toward whlch we thmb
And when the paths our feet hax e Worn
are trxed bs students vet unborn
It shall be found that Hlllsboro Htgh
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Dear friends 1944 45
It 15 vxrth a yox ous s1gh and a tear 1n the exe that xxe record our H1llsboro Daxs tn th1s our last
letter to all of xou as the class of 45 We ran neck n neck xxrth Presldent Roosexelt for four stratght
xears but he xxe gratefullx acknoxxledge IS among the fexx of us that xolunteered for an extra term
Being chrldren of great dest1nx xxe haxe xxltnessed the greatest ex ents of all hlstorx ln our four x ears D1Ck
Tracx has not onlx caught B B Ex es but alas' Prune Face and Graxel Gcrtxe xx hlle on thc Burro Boule
xard haxe paraded the Dramatlc Hrghllghts of four excmng happx and adxenturous xears
Please excuse out reminiscing xxe are told that lt mexxtablx appears xx1th our recentlx attained
old age and bratnx maturxtx
What mere lads and lassles vxe xx ere xx earmg ruffled prnafores and sh1n1ng ha1r oil as xxe first beat
out H1t The L1ne xx1th our knockmg knees XXe had to restra1n ourselxes for almost a month xxhrle
the bu1ld1ng xx as be1ng 1ncreased to suflic1ent s1ze to hold all of us ancl Rox Slay maker s brg feet XX hen
the last pane of glass had been cemented 1n xxe managed to settle doxxn long enough to select 'lohn H
Coles as class pres1dent Mr XX h1te accepted the pos1t1on of sponsor
Our football team xxent undefeated that xear due chleflx to ack Thompson xxho serx ed is manager
and on the g1rls basketball team Nancy Pearre and Dorothx Turner xxere txxo of Mr Hessex s gals Both
Martha Tr1bble and Grace S1ms recerxed degrees of ment for forensic xxork an honor rarelx accorded
freshmen XXe had noxx acqulred that htgh school characterlstrc spring fexer and If xx as a sprrlted gang
that slammed the1r lockers for the last t1me as freshmen and opened the doors to the relief of summer and
1ts lack of vxork
Wrth sun tans and eager hearts xxc paraded for the first t1me as Sophomores Out of our group
Albert Schroeder xxas elected class pres1dent vxhrle Mrs Stroh and MISS Pogue serx ed as class sponsors
Our Sophomore xear xx as one of achrex ement and acttx 1tx oe Austtn Earl Dunn and Albert
Schroeder donned the1r broad shoulders and shone on the football team xxhxle Charles Embrx bhstered
the hope for our class on the basketball team We all remember the school electron near the close of the
xear xxhen ud Randolph xx as chosen Student Bodx Marshall He xxas the first Sophomore elected to
serxe durlng his umor xear IU that office h1therto held bx a Senior On the mus1cal s1de Carolxn Schubert
strutted to a superior ratxng as mayorette and jxmmx Enoch responded to the rhy th'n ln h1s bones 1nd
gaxe out vxxth the pxe to our ears Martha Tr1bble hung our honor xx1th the highest bx xxmmng hrst
place 1n the dramatic readmg section of the tr1 state forensic meet held at Peabody College And xx tsn t
that slmplx super prom the best xx ax to make xou forget those exam grades and start xacatlon'
GlX1Ug one last look at the sxxrmmmg pool xxe d1x ed right IH the mtddle of Hillsboro onlx to come
up xellmg WE BEAT XX EST' XX E BEAT WEST' and patt1ng jamle Wade Earl Dunn oe Austin jtmmx
Enoch and xmmx Martm on the backs for their sxxell games Then there xxere those basketball games
brought to such rous1ng finals bx Charles Embrv Rox Slax maker and am1e Wade With Embrx al1as
Broom drxhhlmg doxxn the floor to shoot himself onto the All Tournament teams and along xx1th lamxe
and Rox p1ck1ng up enough pornts to gather IH four trophies nobody exer ex er xx1ll forget that trlp
to Murfreesboro' XX1ll thexe Martha Neese xxas hlgh scorer for the gurls team xx1th 156 poxnts 1nd
Dorothx Turner and jerrx Ridge held forth at the opposrte end of the floor
We recall the feel1ng of prlde that possessed us xx hen sexeral persons from our brarnx group xxere
chosen for the Honor Socletx and others xxere rnltlated mto the u1ll and Scroll honorarx xournaltstmc
group Martha Tr1bble leased us xxhen she xxon a personal success both as Mrs Bennett IH PRIDE AND
PRE UDICE and as the candanaxlan mald IH the PFIZC xx1nn1ng play CLOSE COURTIN Jud Randolph
Hexx our k1te a lxttle hlgher bx addmg the Outstand1ng Forensrc Honor of the Countx to our banner
Albert johnson represented the school in the House of Representatxxes of the Student Congress and xx as
greatlv honored bx txx 1ce be1ng elected speaker of that assemblx He also xx ore our tm can croxxn as kmg
of the Scrap Drxxe at the celebrauon grx en for the JUNIOR FRESHMEN xx mners by the SENIOR SOPHO
MORE losers Fmallx OLR Student Body electron xx as here and WE made It the hottest xet Ten scared
JLIHIOFS rambled across the stage to p1tch the1r m1ts m the rmg ohn H Coles Grace S1ms xmmx 'vlartm
and Dot Turner surx1x ed rn close bouts
It xxas all xxe could do to assume a nonchalant galt and a superror gaze as xxe clxmbed our famrlxar
steps for the hrst t1me to our enxrahle positron as Seniors Occaslonallx a fexx Scnlor boxs xxould haxe to
be rennnded of the1r rank as elders those tnnes chleflx be1ng 1n the presence of xoung Freshmen gurls
Some of our xoung ladies found lt dlfflcult to forget our yuxemle jaunts but on the xx hole xxe assumed our
respons1b1l1tx xx1th all due res ect Startmg the xear off rlght xxe rode hlgh xx1th Rox Slax maker steppmg
on the starter as President an Carolx n Bass IHIITIX Enoch oe XXomack and Anna Vantrease helping to
push us up the h1lls and oxer the bumps ofSen1or1tx Mrs Max held and Miss XVe1s xxere our consrderate
back seat drlxers
Bexerlx XX allace and Dot Appleby prox1ded our class BEAUTX at our oxxn prom back to xxh1ch
our memorles ex en noxx turn xx1th fond remembrance and xxxshful xx ants Martha Tr1bble and Albert
ohnson lent lementlx xx1th the BRAINS rn dramatlc and forens1c trrals It IS fatal to start into our BRAXX N
for H1llsboro Seniors xxere chleflx respons1ble for a blazing season on the gr1d1ron court and d1amond
lndlxrdual honors looked xxell on such staunch shoulders as those of Roy Slax maker and Ilamle Wade
4tllC1tx football and Martha Neese All Cltx basketball But the greatest of them all mt xxent
quxcklx from l1p to llp Hillsboro Hlgh School xxon xts first champlonshrp' And that ll dnl' XX1th
four xears under the1r belts and rex enge IH the1r mmds those Burros took the floor and xx 1th II our hearts
ts thex fought for our greatest graduatlon present The Sex enth D1str1ct Basketball Champ1onsh1p Amld
the grateful applause xxe heard the names of XXeslex Hickman and Charles Embrx on the all tournament
ies frlends If xx as a great year a great four xears and as xxe slip our hrstory ln beslde those dust
coxered xolumes of xears before xxe hope that tt max be xxrthdraxxn frequentlx to recall to xou not onlx
those rncrdents xx h1ch it cltes but those personal acqualntances xxh1ch shall remam forex er rn our mmds
and so so long fellas It s been sxxell' And to xou H1llsboro Hlgh School xxe txp our hats and leaxe
xxzthtn xour xx alls four xears of hopes noxx realized of xxork xxell spent of amb1t1on furthered and
dexotron ex er lmgerrng Smcerely
Your Class of 45
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on the billboard was ROBERT NEWBILLS swing band featuring hot notes with JIMMY ENOCH S
trumpet and BOB LUCKADO S sxxeet sax and starring EARL DUNN S golden voice Entering I was
greeted bv FAHE BOMAR Hostess She directed me to rmg side ttble I xvas 1ust in time to see the
floor shoxx The first number featured MARY CARROLL COOK the star of Dugan s After the
xxhistles subsided EMMA JEAN Y AUGHAN and GRAHAM NX OODH AM entertained us xxith a utterbug
exhibition Getting hungrv I slipped to the kitchen to sneak a snack The hash slingers xvere MARTHA
OWEN GIBSON CHARLEEN MOSS JUDY OWEN X IRGINIA CUNNINIGHAM and BETTY BAKER
and vou should haxe seen the costumes
On the way home I saw ALBERT JOHNSON vxxth his loxelv xxife guess xx ho TOMMY SUE
THOMAS Still the same cute couple wrth the stardust in their eves
The next dax having a slight headache I decided I needed a little xxestern air I started to lump in
my rocket ship but haxing get pro ulslon trouble I called 1 garage Irntglne mv surprise xx hen txxo ltdx
mechanics LUCIA EMERSON an DONNA ROONEH arrixed After the repnr lob xxas finished I
flexx out to BETTY MINOR S Dude Ranch Rancho de Pereosa VD ar Moran: Thu rr .Ypemztb or The
Rmzrb a the Lazy People Urzrzgned The charming coxx punchers xxere GLORIA XX ALRER CAROLYN
SCHUBERT MAI BUBIS AND BARBARA VVALKER
Do right and do xxrxte
Greetings Chum was of March X957
Your letter arrixed lust before I left London It seems that Hillsboro has also taken oxer Paris
While xisiting the Art Gallerx I saxx JANET FENN and MARIANNE EASON the artists Also saw
WARREN BOSMAN admiring 1 picture of a hsh kDmr Dfw IVMJ He J LI Jmlme L'd?lIlZ7' flfzouwzaus
Needing a bookmark I trucked to the Pearre Librarx an institution endowed bv NANCY PEARRE
the Cotton Candv magnate Thev haxen t heard from her lltelv as she s all xxrnpp d up in het product
D R II e re rorrz If mzemleel IHHIJ u bw ue urate zr You Iumu ulwx The L1br1r1 ll'l CELESTE NUTTING
and her xerx industrioas assistants LUCY DELLE PEEBLES BEVERLY GENE OLIPH ANT X IRGINIA
OSBORN and WX NNE CULLOM xxere busilx engaged in cutting out paper dolls
Needing a workout I started to DOROTHY TURNER S Gvmnasium On the xxax I saxx MARY
looking for a golf ball he had lost xxax back in 4,5
Fmallx arrix ing at the gx m I saw the girl s basketball team practicing The star players xxere MAR
THA NEESE and GERALDINE RIDGE Sitting around busilx engaged in blowing up basketballs were
DORIS GIPSON PATRICIA HAILEY and ALICE MARIE HAMPTON I was taken through a sp edv
series of exercises bv Atlas BILL HASELTONI After thxs I was brought to bx Dr JANE FARRAR
She told me that her fellow medico xvas ALBERT SCHROEDER Also seen at the gxm vxere BETTY
RUTH HOLBROOK and JOYCE RADY conducting their reducing classes
I felt like 1 million so I decided to purchase an orchid fDear Follzr Imfdezrwzllx the orrbml fort
about the mme may I feffl I made mx xx tx to CURTIS AUSTELLE S Floxxer Shop There I found thxt
the prettiest floxxer xx ns his xxlfe the reluctant BERTI-IA HOOTEN
This xxill be mx last letter from Europ as I IH starting home soon
See xou soon
August 8 1957
Dear Martha Pig Creek Tenn el ve moved
Hello again I thought I d send you the latest bulletin from home The other day as I sallied
forth to the beauty arlor I ran into JIMMY D MARTIN xx ho is noxx an African marble manufacturer
Howexer he is stea 1lx losing monev sinceJ B GORE and NORMAN CLARKE his official game testers
are too enthusiastic about their xx ork
When I got to the beautv parlor I vxas surprised to hnd that HELENE RUSSELL and ANN KING
were co-ovxners BEULAH WOOD tried to set mv hair W hile in the shop I heard the latest gossip from
those xerv sedate young matrons the Mrs JERE HOBBSJ1nnette and MARY RUTH CLARK Bryan
Then I proceeded to the football game xx here the Green Bax Packers managed by JACK TI-IOMP
SON were trouncrng the Blue Sea Dodgers The outstanding plax ers xx ere ROY SLAT MAKER andJACKIE
SEELY DON KING made a most fetching xx ater box Happ lx selling hamburgers was JOHN DUR
RINBURGER CD R You knou hamburger Dferrerzburger 0 K ra zt mz t mug but ue frm! T J' Tj
Selling crackerlacks xx as JEANNE BRINTONI
On the way home I ran into BOB CRESS xx ho is still trying to spend the monex he vxon in the
American Historx Contest
When I got home I heard the daily serial Lu s Other Husband featuring MARY ALLEN LEWIS
as Lu Thls epic is sponsored bx PATRICIA POST S Cleaning Tissue Company the slogan of xxhich lb
people xx ho knoxx use Post xx hen thex bloxx After the Post program I heard the The Familx Hour
starring DOROTHY BURGESS xx ho gaxe a fexx hints on hoxx to catch a husband
Heard the most interesting storx about MARY L'1 NNE DAX 'S but I xe forgotten xx hat it xx as
fDcur Davzx We re Jerry but we re Jleepy T O T
With apologles to all I remain
Die at Daxxn Toon
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Dear Scholars Cand vye use the term freely
By some 1nconce1yable cast of ballot xxe yyere yoted class prophets Vye cons1dered gaz1ng 1nto
our trusty crystal ball or haymg a sesston yy1th our Ou1ya board Hoyyeyer yye dec1ded upon the 1dea of
tak1ng excerpts from letters yye m1ght yy r1te to each other IH 1956 We hope you ll l1ke them and remam
Tour: AND T1u1a131.1z
june to 1956
Deal-:st Jane London England
Sorry I haven t yyr1tten you but I haye been rush1ng around l1ke a freshman at H1llsboro
I am crazy about Europe although I yyonder yyhat If vyas l1ke xx hen Germany yy as here
It seems I wasn t the onlv one xyho had the 1dea of trayelmg through post vyar Europe for I haye
run 1nto qu1te a feyy of our fr1ends from the class of 45 CHUCK Vv ITHERSPOON 1S the dean of a
neyy ly founded school 1n vyh1ch he teaches Amer1can slang to European students For some reason the
students th1nk I loye my yy1fe but oh you k1d' 15 a l1ttle outdated I pa1d a VISIE to the school just IH
tn t1me to hear a lengthy lecture by F C BRANAN The fem1n1ne enrollment vyas enyoy 1ng a talk bv
PEGGY WELLS on Hoyy to Look Syy eeter IH a Syy eater Other members of the faculty xy ere SYDNICIEL
SHINN and VIVIAN HARGROVE
From there I proceeded to the Museum xy here I encountered CHARLIE EMBRY I vyas pleased
to note that he was contmumg h1s career as a scholar vyhlch he began so d1l1gently at dear old HHS He
vyas collect1ng 1nformat1on for h1S nevy book Tb: Ingmtztud: of Hfomm The cr1t1cs are RDXIOUSIV avy a1t1ng
another book noyv IU preparatlon It IS by CARLA BLOCKER and IS ent1tled Th: Strmlgz Bcbavzaur o Men
Carla s book of course IS based on her personal ITICIIIOITS
After leayrng the Museum I ha1led a tay1 and yy as surpr1sed to hnd STEX E WALKER at the wheel
He yyas burst1ng w1th neyys of old fr1ends He told me about JOHN H COLES who IS an Amer1can
Ambassador to England HIS only fault hoyy ex er IS tell1ng h1s felloyy d1plomats he s gonna turn them
IH 1f they don t put out the1r yyeeds rem1n1scent of h1s days at HHS you knovy I yy as not surpr1sed
to learn that IUD RANDOLPH yy as also at the Amer1can Embassy yyhere he IS domg h1s b1t for the neyy
World Court vy1th h1s profuse back slapplng and baby k1ss1ng
QDcfzr Readers 0 course ue re rpeakmg a flue ozfrgrou I1 1211111 Tad!! Ca Trzbble
Steve let me out at the Cap1tol Play house yy here I yy arched a rehearsal of Yankee Makes Good
starrmg VIVRCIOUS NANCY CUNO The theatre s current productlon xy as under the d1rect1on of BILLY
Pleafr dzrregard the lan rua u e dnlrl I haze an rrarzfr Todd U Trzfibfe
Wh1le 1n the theater yyatch1ng a rehearsal I heard a commot1on Rush1ng out I sayy a large crovyd
of g1rls 1n the mrddle of P1cad1lly Square FIDHIIW pushmg mv yy ay through the throng I savy WESLEH
HICRMAN courageously fightmg for his l1fe Dear Reader Ezerz the Euglzrb gzrlr mu t rerzrt that bee-
yza tee ful nmlc The mme rua drzpr J Rushmg to the rescue yy as the Army of OCCUPHIIOII led by General
GLENN WELCH After tak1ng oy er he 1ssued orders to Colonels BOBBY McDOWELL and DWIGHT
CE1senhovyer LINTON Hand1ng Wesley a Purple Heart was General NEIL LEECH
After the confus1on d1ed down I felt the need for refreshment so I stopped IH at a syy anky fountam
Owned by ROGERS BUNTIN Wh1le s1pp1ng my Seyen Up I sayy ANNA VANTREASE now the
W1fC of Count Fel1pe de Sobolx arre once knoyyn to us as HARRY DODD To see her maklng all the nxght
spots w1th the Count you d nex er knoyy she spent the earlv years of her l1fe at HHS At another table I
ghmpsed a beyy of beauty All of them xy ere str1ctly Amer1can beaut1es Dear Frzemlr and you are our
rmzdr 1 Jon are rn!! readmq XX e don t mean roses Guess yy ho In fact I recognued them as CAROLYN
BASS BEVERLY WALLACE and DOT APPLEBH I yyent oyer and talked to them and thev told me
that thev vyere models for KENNETH CARR the photographer Trayclmg yv1th them yvas the1r pub
l1c1ty agent PEGGY PARKS yvho IS a great success 1n SPIIC of her shy ret1r1ng manner 1n h1gh school
Sorrv but I H haw to Sign OH now Rcm1n1scently CDear Bored People
don t know xyhat II means e1ther but yt
sounds good T Sr Tj yours
December 1 1956
Dearest Martha Hog Countv Kentuckv
I surely yy as surpr1sed and del1ghted to hear from you I too haye run IHIO many of our Hlllsboro
alumn1 CD R We are Jo proud a bemg alumna: that ue haw to me the uard o ten T Ca T One yy ho has
been gett1ng a lot of publ1c1ty ISJOE AUSTIN The reason for all the enthus1asm IS that he IS noyy res1dent
Imaglne hay1ng a Republlcan pres1dent H15 able Secretary of State IS JOE WOMACK Already famous
for her eloquent speeches IS GRACE SIMS the Congressyyoman
I knoyy you yy1ll be 1nterestcd to learn that DONALD XX OMACK has opened a nexy dinner club
Dugan s I dropped by the other n1ght to learn to Svyxng and Svyav the Dugan Way Advert1sed
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Publlshed by J ournahsm Club of Hillsboro I-Ixgh School
STATE OF HILLSBORO CON
DUCTS 1944 PRESIDENTIAL
The Electoral College of the State
of Hlllsboro followed the general
trend of the nation tn electlng Presl
dent Iranklm Delano Roosevelt and
hrs runnmg mate Harry Truman to
lead the natton the nut four years
Each Home Room served as a
county sendmg representattves t
the party conventlons votmg for
electors and matntamtng a poll
Electron othctals for each poll were
appointed by the Electoral Com
mxsston jack Seely Nancy Pearre
and Earl Dunn whtch was m charge
of the electron john H Coles Stu
dent Body President served as gov
The American lltstory Classes
sponsored tlns project
BETTER READING IS MAJOR
AIM IN ALL CLASSES
Realmzmg that an 1mprovement m
readlng would mean an tmprovement
ln the abxltty to study as well as a
r1se tn the educational level of the
student Htllsboro has undertaken a
planned course 1n readmg lmprove
In addttlon to an llIlDl'OVClI'lCIll tn
readmg rate and vocabulary the
study IS deslgned to lmprove com
prehensxon of materlal read
In cases where functional or other
weaknesses are found ln rndtvuluals
correctrve measures have been taken
to overcome them Each teacher ts
devotmg some class tune to tmprovmg
the readlng skllls ln connectton wlth
his or her speclhc subject
Thxs program further emphaslzes
the stress that IQ betng placed on the
fundamentals of education at Htlls
SCIENCE SI L DI' NI S
Outstandlng among the honors
achteved by Htllsboro students thts
year was the award of Honorable
Ment1on gtven to Dorothy Turner
semor by Westmghouse 1n thetr
Search for Sclence Talent
Jane Farrar Secretary Treasurer of
Hlllsboro s jumor Academy of Scxence
and co chaxrman of the Clmxc Staff
was elected Secretary of the Tenn
essee Ormthologtcal Soclety
vember 20 jane was also elected
first Vtce Prestdent of the junlor Red
Cross of Davldson County for th1s
Several scxence students took part
tn the Thanksgtvmg program of the
Tennessee Academy of Sc1ence alhl
rated wlth the Scxence Clubs of Amer
rea when they met at Xanderbtlt
These were Walter Farrar Xtncent
Davts B111 Clark kenneth Carr and
BEVERLY WALLACE REIGNS
OVER JUNIOR SENIOR PROM
The junior Sentor Prom of 1945 w1ll
be long remembered for tts beauty and
approprtatness The formal attxre of
the guests the attractnveness of the
settmg the nnpetus of orchestra
muslc wlll make thus occaslon a htgh
light among htgh school memortes
atnrt of tl prom was lt
junlor Senior grand march before the
Prom Queen Beverly XX allace and
Roy Slaymaker Prestdent of the
Semor Class and chatrman of the
The Queen s Court was composed
of the class attendants and thenr
escorts Semor attendant Dorothv
Appleby Gordon XICIJHIIICI jumor
'Xlary Frances Btvtns john H Coles
jr Sophomore Betty XI6ll'lVlll jack
Seely and Ireshmcn Cherry lselly
wlth B111 Alford
The Queen carrred an arm boquet
of red roses whlle each of her atten
dants carried arrangements of sprung
flowers The selectton of the Queen
and her attendants was sponsored by
Branches of trees 011 w htch dogwood
blossoms were fastened camouflaged
the posts and gave the gym the effect
of an outdoor lawn 1I1 spring Pastel
streamers from the rafters to the
center gave an attracttve celltng and
created a feeling of softness whtch
was emphaslzed by colored spot
On the dark green background of
the stage curtams the words jumor
Sentor Prom were wrttten tn gold
A huge boquet of forsythta was ar
ranged rn the forefront of the stage
RedXewb1ll s Stardusters played
both for dancmg and the Grand
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IIIN S I IPFR DRIH'
Xlrs Xloss s Sophomore Home
Room won the party that was gtven
to the Home Room collecting the
largest amount of scrap paper per
person durmg the fall semester
Nlrs Nloss s room collected 47 pounds
In each paper drtve thts year
Htllsboro collected double 1ts quota
whtch was J pounds per puptl
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SfllES INCRE 181
Under the dtrectton of Mrs julian
SIIIIDSOII a representatlve of the
P T A Hlllsboro students have
developed the hablt of buy1ng War
Stamps systemattcally whnch a
mounts to savtng money systemat
The sale of War Stamps at the
school rose from 4335 10 m November
to 813133 tn February and IS ex
pected to reach a new hetght tn Nlay
HILLSBOR0 S PLA I WINS
BI LE RIBBON! IN FORENISIC
For the second consecutive year
Htllsboro has won first place rn the
Iorenstc Play Contest held annually
at Peabody College
Htllsboro s entry this year was the
drama I Shall be Wattmg starring
Nlrrtam Preston as the fratl artsto
crattc mother who ts temporartly
blmd Nltrnam was chosen on the
All Star cast for her performance
Other members of the cast were
Sylvta Stahlman Warner McNe1lly
Bobby Sneed and Btlly Coble The
play was dnrected by Mrs ll httten
and Mrs Daume
Several members of the Iorenstc
Club have won blue rtbbons m the
vartous meets Among them are
Xlartha Trtbble 'Nancy Cnno Htlda
lrank and Mmam Preston
FATHER S CLUB SEEKING
The Fathers Club lead by Mr
George R Bwms Prestdent Mr
L Fuqua Secretary and Nlr Warner
NIcNe1lly Treasurer ts seeklng tm
provements nn athletlc and other
school factltttes They are trylng
to secure an audttortum a new basket
ball court and an enlarged and
xmproved football field
The Club has also voted to sponsor
four boys to Boys State thts year
tnstead of two
MRS TOWNER SERVES
AS P T A PRESIDENT
'Nlrs Walter Towner was elected
prestdent of Htllsboros P T A at
the May l94-1 meetmg Selected to
serve wlth her were Mrs J 'Nlarston
Crump Xtce Prestdent Mrs D G
laulkner Treasurer Mrs Harvey
C. Reese Recording Secretary Mrs
Frank C Womack Correspondmg
Secretary and Mrs Tom Gregory
For thetr project thts year the
P T A jotned the Fathers Club tn
contmumg to plant and beauttfy the
HILL S'BORO CIRL9
IRE HOSPITAL AIDFS
Nlany Hnllsboro gtrls have recetved
certtficates for the completton of the
Hospttal Atde course and are work
mg tn the ctty hospltals as Atdes
Among these are Ann Shockley
Nlary Ahce Brannan Betty Bob
Doxey Carolyn Embry Rebecca
Hodges Margy Ann Loser Martha
Ising Beatrlce Nlosby Betty Nlosby
Gwen Nelson Ahce Penland Betsy
Turner Dorothy Turner Pat lan
Stckle Peggy Wells Dorothy Ann
Carroll Peggy Farrar Joan Olson
and Mary Belle Nladdln
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BARBARA TOWNER PEGGY FARRAR
VIARTHA KING, PAT MCCALNIONT
X INCI NT FUQUA TODD GAULOCIILR
GhRALDlNL RIDOL DONNA ROONILY
MARY LYNN DAVIS, BEVERLY GENE GLIPH AIN r
EANNE BRINTON DOROTHY HENDERSON
GRAIIANI YVOODIIAM, NI IL LLLCII
When poets wr1te about the Sprmg
They have h1gh pra1se for everyth1ng
The season IS all br1ght and gay
Least that IS what the poets sav
They laud the trees the b1rds
The very carefree happy hours
They all forget the student crams
And WOrt1es bout those dread exams
So when I wr1te a song of May
It w1ll be cheerless dull and gray
The fragrant eve for us IS to1l
For then we burn the m1dn1ght O11
And then upon our penc1ls chew
That IS what we call FCVICW
Alas we never seem to learn
No matter how much O11 we burn
SO w1th the bards I d1sagree
The reason you can plamly see
Before we leave on our vacatlons
We have to take exam1nat1Ons'
ON MT KITAZUMA
The n1ght st1ll dark bv l1ght of
moon we went
The whlte stars W1nked as we went
You sa1d twas rough I now know
what you meant
It seemed the clouds were touched
Then stopped to rest I heav ed a
One hour ere we reached the peace
Above the clouds we marveled at
A purple haze prOcla1ms the sun
And from the glow1ng east Apollo
r1des the skxes
EROM TO ROOSEVELT
He sl1pped awav
And the sun s1nks 1nto n1ght
A country l1es
In darkness w1thOut h1s l1ght
The ages bow
To the passrng of a son
To 1deals to dutv done
Thank you dear Lord
for h1S strong brave gu1d1ng hand
For h1s Splflt
That l1ves on after the man
And take h1m now
Back to h1s home That he may
Rest where the sk1es
Are not cloudy all the dav A men
FROM AN ESSAY ON
There was a t1me oh several years
ago when food was bought ma1nlv to
eat But that was rn the past now
many d1fferent reasons are our cause
for buy1ng food PICEUFC yourself as a
busy housewxfe Tomorrow IS the last
day the lavender stamps w1ll be good
after that only the fusch1a and green
str1ped stamps w1ll have any worth
You are left w1th s1xty po1nts and what
IS there to do but qurckly go to the
store and buy SIXIY po1nts worth of
food What does lf matter that vou
don t need the food and that some one
else could really apprec1ate the mer
chand1se9 Th1s IS war
NOW for the second reason vou
are 1dly wander1ng through the gro
cery store when you see a whole shelf
of so and so Why that 1S the f1rst
so and so you ve seen 1n months' It IS
as hard to get as rubber EIYCS and Oh
how lucky you are to find 1t' What
does 1t matter 1f you don t l1ke so and
so why 1E m1ght be months before vou
see any more So hurry grab all the
cans vou can before that woman bes1de
vou has a chance'
all vou can wh1le you can reason
You buy buy buy and yet vou never
seem to eat The log1c IS here m
fr1end At home you have a cellar and
1n that cellar vou p1le every can of
food that you can get your hands on
untll IC 1S fa1rly bulgmg wh1le vou
eat oh maybe crackers and on1on
soup What does lf matter to vou
that y Ou are wastmg away to nothmg
why your cellars are full' ust th1nk
how you ll be eat1ng later on when
nobodv else has anvthmg' Ha' won t
you hav e fun watchlng them go hungrv
because you horded9 You were the
Sleepy eyes have just begun
Bl1nk1ng l1ke the sett1ng sun
T1s the Sandman he knows best
When If s t1me to take a rest
Hastened by the sleepy sand
Srprmkled by an unseen hand
hro the long dark hours of mght
There are many w1nks of l1ght
There s the t1me for pleasant sleep
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CREATIVE WRITING CLUB
Pferzderzf GRAU SIMS
Vzce Prefzdmf CHARLILS W1 fHl1RSPOON
Secretary OANNE WINTERS
T1 mmf CI IOHN CUNO
.Ypwuw MRS I C FRIERSON
The Creatne Wrrtlng Club IS orgamzed for the purpose of eneouragrng orrglnal
tomposrtron At the weekly meetlngs each member presents h1s work for group
cr1t1c1sm The best selectrons are offered for publrcatron IU current books and
The club also collects mater1al for the booklet I-mm the Hzlltopf an anthology
of sketches poems and short SEOFICS vsrxtten bv Hlllsboro students
,VIARY FRANCES B1v1Ns QCapmznD
Jo ANN SISK
Spamor, , E ,E,E, . 7 ..E,, ,, ,.., Miss EDITH ROBERTSON
BOYS INTIQAIVIURAL ACTIVITIES
Everv student at H1llsboro IS
rcqulred to take a credlt m gvm
nas1um A part of the extenswe
phVs1cal educatlon trfunmg IS the
Th1s year for the first mme
boxmg 15 featured at Hlllsboro
It IS the result of the mcreased
athletlc HCKIXIIV m the school
Ex en though the school does not
expect to produce anv future box
mg champ1ons the sport 1S pro
moted for the development of the
m1nd and as well as the bodv
The h1gh spot of all gym
classes 15 the basketball games
Th1s vear w1ll feature mtramural
ball team can be attrtbuted to the
trammg the boys recene IH thelr
phy s1cal educat1on classes
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GIRLS INTIQAIVIUIQAL ACTIVITIES
One of the most popul 1r sports
IH the g1rls gym classes IS basket
ball Durmg the wear games are
plax ed 1n each class and ID the
Sprmg an mtramural tournament
1S held As 1n a regular basket
plas ers are gnen 1ecogn1t1on on
the Allhfournament team The
g1rls 1nterest 1n th1s sport IS xerw
great and often the games are
close and hard fought
A serv unportant phase of the
phys1cal educat1on program 15
cal1sthen1cs W1th the ever 1n
creasmg emphas1s on a sound
Il'11I'1Ll and a healthv bodv th1s
aet1x1ty has become xery xmpor
G1rls who are not part1cularly
talented as basketball players
usuallv l1ke to play p1ng pong
1n the gym classes Very often
one sees that a champ1on table
tenn1s player does not haxe to be
a basketball star Pmg pong IS
a game of sk1ll and requ1res a
great deal of pract1ce
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The golf team has h1gh hopes for me
tory thrs year W1th two star performers
Charles Embrv and Robert Sam from last
year s team the group expects to equal
last year s record when the Hrllsboro team
ranked second m the CIEV and th1rd rn
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Fzrrt rou ALBERT OHNSON WESLEY HICKMAN CHARLES EMBRY, ACK SEELY
EARL DUNN UD RANDOLPH
Second raw COACH A E WRIGHT, HARRY DODD FRANK TICE, ROY SLAYMAKER,
TOMMY ALLEN IMMIE MARTIN BOBBY LONGHURST
The Burros started thexr 1944 45 season w1th onlv two of last vear s performers, Earl Dunn
and Charles Embry Nevertheless, the team was able to f1n1sh the season wxth 9 w1ns and 8 losses
The first team, known to the squad as the old f1ve, conslsted ofCapta1n Wesley Hlckman and
ack Seelv as guards, w1th Earl Dunn and Albert ohnson as forwards Charles Embrv, who was
the team s hlgh scorer w1th 181. pomts, was the p1vot man
The team was fortunate 1n havmg better than average substxtutes J1mm1e Mart1n, Jud Ran
dolph, and Roy Slaymaker saw plentv of act1on dur1ng the season and were able to start IH numerous
Probablv the happ1est moment of the year for the team was the mght the Burros were awarded
the Seventh D1str1ct champ1onsh1p The thlrd seeded Green and Gold came out 1n the first game of
the tournament and eas1ly defeated the Central Tornadoes The followmg mght thex came back
strong and blew the top seeded Lrtton L1ons out of the tournament bv a dee1s1ve 43 to 2.9 margrn
The team cont1nued the1r w1nn1ng streak to topple second seeded Ant1oeh and capture the Sex enth
Captaln Hlckman and Embrv recen ed honors IH bemg selected on the All Seventh DISEFICI team
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an outstanding team For the first time a Hillsboro basketball team
receix ed a championship The well rounded offense and defense and
smooth teamwork are proof of Mr Wright s abilitv The bots on the
te im appreciate the work of Mr Wright and thev all feel sure he
will continue to produce winners for Hillsboro
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fzlff lou HENRIETTA BROWN DORIS GIPSON MARTHX NhESh hRRY RIDGE
DOT NOLAND DOT TURNER
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.fecond lou BEA MOSBY HELEN ROONEY, BETTY BOB DOXEY, CAROLINE EMBRY
EI.IsE STEPHENS PAULINE H1eKs
Third :au O ANN SISR EAN MARTIN Marzagef PAT Y AN QICRLE Miss WEIS,
MARY FRANCES BININIS ACRIE TURNER
Onte lgfllll the Burro la551es were fortunate 111 haxmg a hne Captam to lead
them through .1 iLlCLCSSfL1lS61SOIl As tapta1n, Martha Neese showed all the qual1t1e5
necessarx for th1s pos1t1on 1b1l1tI leadershq and calmness when the gomg w as
tough Haung made the 194, 1944 All C10 team Martha was one of the two
repeaters on the 1944 IH, All C1tx squad Geraldme R1dge to Captam of the
team was thosen on the Ilfllftl team, and Henr1etta Brown and Dot Turne1 were
team If H1ll5boro has had the retord of II Inns oxer tough opponents IS xetx
1mpress1xe The members of the te IITI feel that a strong sense of team SPIFIE and
LOOIWCFAIIOII IS largelx FC5POI1SIl7lC for th1s retord Th1s ve1r was the hrst t1me
that a H1llsboro 01rls telm hld xdx 1I1LCLl past the hrst g1me of the Tournament
Our g1rls beat 1 SLFIPPN Cumberl 1nd stxtet 1nd went IHEO the sem1f1nals ean
Mart1n 1nd I-lmlx Brow ll were the oflensnc. stars of Ih1S game, and Hank
made the ill Tourn zment te1m For the fl11I'Ll Ie1r Plt Y an S1c.kle serx ed as Man
ager, 1 xerx netessnx md I 1l111ble member ofthe te 1m
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given honorable mention. Undoubtedly this season was the best that any girls'
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of the girls basketball team
tomplctcd hcl thnd suttessful
Vear at Hillsboro ln the past
two vears the teams have had
ood seasons but certainlx the
girls team had its best season
this wear II wins 5 losses and
1 tie make up a good season in
ans Coachs book Bv smart
coaching and hard and patient
Work with the girls Miss Weis
has produced the best girls team
that Hillsboro has ex er had So
congratulations Coath and
may vou haxe an exen better
team next year
Hillsboro Cross Plains
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Q1xth touchdovxn L1nd1hl around end for 5 xards
Extra pomts Wete made bx T1ce, Branan and Wade -Xllen made the Weeklv All CIIV squad
I-hllsboro 6 Hoxx ard 6 The ox erconhdent Burros Went 1nto the game xx1th the Howard
Rebels and were barelv able to come axx ax Vklfh a d1sappo1nt1ng 6 6 t1e lt Wasn t unt1l the second
quarter that the Burros were able to score Wade made a beaut1ful 78 xard run, and xx1th Olson
paxmg the wax, made H1llsboro s onlx score Hoxx ard came back 1n the last quarter and scored
to IIC the game 6 6 H1llsboro had a chance to xx1n 1fter a breathtakmg 7, vard run bx Allen to the
7 x ard l1ne, but xx1th a fumble txxo plax s later the chance was lost Olson made the weeklx All C1tx
H1llsboro o West L7 The Burros, cr1ppled bx the loss of Allen, were able to hold the fax ored
Blue axs scoreless for the first quarter Earlv 1I'1 the second pet1od West started a long drtxe and
scored on I ftke rex erse The1r second tallx clme a fexx m1nutes later on a short pass ox er the goal
11ne The avs came back to score once 111 each I'C1'Ilt1lIl1IIg qutrter Dunn xx as selected for the xx eeklx
Hlllsboro I4 LIIIOIT Ig H1llsboro 1nd L1IIOll plax ed 1 close game vx1th the Burros Ctlglllfl
out the L1of1s bx one POIIII The Burros started rollmg the second quarter After rnce runs bv illen
md Seelx , Allen xx ent oxet on a rex erse l11 the fl'11I'Ll qu trter L111Clt1l'll marched dovxn the held on 1
ser1es of runs 1nd hn tllx btolxe ol? tackle for 11 xards tnd the score Wade made both extra po1nts
In the last quarter LIIIOII scored IVVILC but fuled to mtlxe the lmporttnt extra po1nt Tlte m ide the
xveeklx All CIEV
1nd tlCfCllS1XC game of the xetr US1llg the1r nexxlx msttlled sem1 T f'-OFITIJIIOII the Burros scored 111
the hrst quarter on a lme plunge bx I-laselton xx1th Wade folloxxmg up for the extra In the second
qu Irter 1 pass from Wade to Slax malxer was good for znother 6 POIHIS The Green a11d Gold scored
txx1ce III the thxrd PCI'1OLl, once on an off tackle run bx Haselton md tgaln on a IO x ard run bx Wade
ohnson made the extra bx a l'TCtllIf1fUl pass recepuon, xxh1le Wade made the other L extras T1ce
ind Sl tx ITI zker made the xxeelxlx All C1tx
Fzmf mu FRANR TICI, DIcK Cuxlxtltxos, Tox1MY ALL!-LN EDWARD ESKIND,
I-loxxARD OLQON Bosm NAICDOVVLLL Bonnx ANDIRSON, Roc,LRs BUNT11x ACRIL
SLLLY OL AUSTIN
fecaml rozz Nldllllzfl Bon FINLIY, Alfzmzgez BILLY W11ItL1IURsT BILL GOSSLT
F C BRAINAN, WILSON MARTIN, HARRX l Axxsom, BILL HASILTON, HLRBY LINDAHL,
MAC TOLBIR1, lien! Nlm1ager'l1x1x11L D lVlARrI'v
Tlum' 1011 BILL l-lossL, BOBBY SNIID, LHARLIL DIIHL, CHARLLS EMBRH, FRANR
TAINRSLEY, Ron Rl Stux, ALBERT lloxtxsom, Rox SLn NIAKER, DICR FRAAR, HARRY
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of the preceding year The Burros took the upper hand in the first quarter but had their scoring
threat thwarted by a fumble on the Central 6 yard line Twice more during the game Hillsboro
fumbled within the Central to vard line Finally in the last period a beautiful punt by Embry placed
Central on their own 4 yard line A bad pass from center over the goal line was grabbed bv johnson
to gne Hillsboro the only score ohnson Anderson Dunn and Seelv made the weekls All Citv
Hillsboro I9 Ryan 7 After a slow first quarter the Burros opened up early in the second
After a nice run by Seely to Ryan s 2.5 Allen on a reverse picked up 7.5 more for the tally Just before
the end of the first half Seely broke off tackle for 61 yards and the second touchdown ln the third
quarter Embry set up the score with Seelv again hitting pav dirt on a lateral from Wade Seely made
the onlv extra point on an off tackle run Seelv made the weekly All Citv
Hillsboro 6 M B A 7.5 ln a game which showed some beautiful offensixe play the Burros
dropped their first game to M B A The Maroons started
with a burst of power and scored early in the first quarter
The Burros came back and with Wade making nice runs
finally scored from the 3 vard line M B A tgain scored
in the second quarter leaving the score 12. to 6 at th half i
Both sides remained scoreless in the third quarter but M B A
came back in the last scoring twice more before the game
ended Wade and Slaymaker made the weekly All City
Hillsboro 6 Springfield o The Burros won their first
game from Springfield in the first six minutes of the game
Seely with beautiful blocking and some fancv sidestepping
ran 48 yards to gixe Hillsboro their 6 to o win The game
from then on was a battle of defenses Neither team made
a serious threat until late in the last quarter when Springfield
opened up with an 21CI'1'l. attack which was hnallv stopped
on our I5 yard line.
Hillsboro 39-Bellevue o. The Green and Gold hnally
hit their stride and made the largest score in the school s
history. The scoring was as follows:
First touchdown: Allen on a lateral from Wade for
io yards ROBERT Haiucizs AND BUFORD Hinos
Second touchdown: Wade over center for 5 yards
Third touchdown: Embry off tackle for'5 yards
Fourth touchdown: Allen on a pass from Wade for 5o yards
Fifth touchdown: Seely around end for LO yards
FIRST TEAM FOOTBALL
Player Wezgbt Pozntr Pofztzon
This year the first team was selected bv naming those who
st trted in the most games Howex er manv other bovs who started in
a few games and those sn ho went in as substitutes played bang-up
ball. Playing backfield other than the first team were Embry with
one touchdown, Lindahl and Haselton, with two apiece.
Many of the players received notable honors. Wade and Slay-
maker made the yearly All-City football squad and were selected
along with Dunn and Seely to play in the All-Star tilt on Thanks-
giving. At various times during the season Tice, Dunn, Anderson,
Seely, Allen, Olson, Wade, and Slaymaker were chosen on the weekly
Some players were singled out as superlatives. Wade was the best blocker of the year and
the best passer of the week, and along with Dunn was named the outstanding player of one week.
Also chosen at different times were Tice, the best defensive lineman, Slaymaker, the best pass receiver,
and Olson, the best blocker. Besides these individual honors sportswriters said the team gave its
best performance by beating North 2.7 to 7 in the last game of the season.
The dlstrlbutrxe educatron program IS a coopetatrve program 1n wh1ch students
have thexr schedules so arranged as to allow them to work an ax erage of fifteen
hours per week 1n some d1str1but1xe mdustry and at the same t1me complete regular
academlc work It IS an attempt to brtdge the gap between schools and the busrness
world 1nto whxch most students w1ll mexrtably enter
Prerzdent JOE AUSTIN
Vzee Prendent BOBBY MCDOWELL
.Yecretmy MILDRED BOWNE
Trearurer ROBERT SAIN
Sponfor MRS B T TOWERY
The dlfhculty m gertmg films has somewhat hmderecl the HCEIVIIICS of the
club but many PICIUFCS have been taken by the members of xarrous school actn mes
.md dexeloped m the dark room at the dub meetmgs The older members have
shown the new ones how to dex elop thelr own films and manv of them haue thexr
own dark rooms
Sergeant at Armf A- U 7 ,, ,, W , -CURTIS AUSTELLE
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Pruzdcnt DOROTHY PARKIZS
Vzce P1 eyzdem' EVELYN DUKKONY
.Yecremry and Treamrer ELLEN MADDIN
Spomor MRS G B ARNOLD
Accompanut SARAH PARKLR
Other memberr MARGARET HILL MARY FRANK ERWIN, MAY SPRINGER LUCIA
EwIERsoN, EAN ORR, IRMA MARTIN HARRIIT PARKLS, CLLhSTF NUTTINC CAROLYN
BASS, WILLIAM Clio FL NANCY CUNO
Although the Glec: Club IS qulte neu, thev hue taken pdrr ID mam of the
asscmblv programs, cspecmllv the hohdav programs
Dzrector SNEED ONES
MARY JEAN FAULKNER
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I-Il Y CLUB
Prefzdcnt OE WOMACK
Vzce Preyzdent BILLY LAMB
Secretary DON GAss
The Hrllsboro H1 Y Club was organrzed for the second consecutrwe vear w1th
t e acldrtron of zo members
Once each month the H1 Y Club rs muted to the Y M C A to haxe a meetrng
.an to use the1r .lthletrc faulxtres
The purpose of the club can best be expressed by IES motto To create marntarn
and extend through the school and communrtv hlgh standards ofChr1st1an Char
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Prerzdent MARTHA TRIBBLE
Vzce Prerzdent RANDY TAYLOR
Secremry and Treafurer SYLVIA STAHLMAN
Sponmrx MRS W E WHITTEN M1ssLUcY GARRISCJN
The Dramatrc Club has made a splend1d record both at Hrllsboro and else
where The first plav was a one act comedv Not Tomght The club next pre
presented a drama 'I Shall Be Wartmg whlch was g1ven at Peabodv College and
for the second year our school was awarded first place rn the countv w1de forenslc
contest Several other one act plavs and a three act plav were gn en bv the club
Sergeant at Armr . Y, , , , , , ,YHARRY LAWSON
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Preudenr NANCY PEARRE
Vzce Prerzdenf BoBBY LONGHURST
Sponsor Miss MATUE PEARL REGFN
The mam purpose of the Journahsm Club IS to pubhsh the school paper HILL
TOPICS wh1ch IS ed1ted ex ery three weeks The pres1dent of the club IS also ed1ror
m chlef of the paper
Among the 1ssues pubhshed rhrs year SPCCldl atteurlon was gnen ro the hol1
davs and others were dedlcated ro the semors yumors sophomores and freshmen
Membershlp has mcreased raprdlv each wear and ex erv member has w1ll1ngly
glxen of h1s 1ournal1st1c ablllty
Secretmy and Treamrer, , ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, , - - -ANN FENN
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Prerzdent ACK SEELY
Vzce Prerzdent TOMMY ALLEN
.fecretmgf and Treururer IMMY WADE
Sergeant at Amr ROY SLAYMAKER
Sponror MR JOHN KOEN
The Boy s Athleuc ASSOCIAITIOI1 IS .1 group of boys who p,1rt1c1p.1re lfl compem
uve sports such as football basketball golf and rermls The chxef ,ums of the
B A A are to promote mtcrest and partlclpatron 1l'1 athletlcs
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSCDCIATICDN
Prerzdefzt DOROTHY TURNER
Vzce Prefzdent lVIARTHA NEESh
Secretary JEAN MARTIN
Trearurer DOROTHY NOLAND
Sergeant at Army MARY FRANCES B1v1Ns
Spomor Miss KATHARINE WE1s
The G1rls Athleuc Assoc1at1ou has done much toward 1nfluer1c1ng good sports
mansh1p 1HS1dC the school and out Irs purpose 1S to see that good sportsmansh1p
111 the classroom as Well as on the scene of sports w1ll re1gn supreme at H1llsborO
Th1s assoc1at1on 1S Open to all g1rls who are mtcresred IU the contmuecl success
of sports and athleucs
Preridemt ,,,, ,, , ,, , 7 , ,, , , ,, ,, , , ,-MARY JEAN FAULKNER
Vice President it ,, ,,,,, ,, - , , ,,., UBETTY MINOR
Secretmgf and Trearurer ,.,, , ,LUCY DELL PEEBLES
Sponsor ,,,,, , , , ,,,,,,,,,.,x,,,A,,,,,., ,,,,, M Iss MARTHA TORRENCL
The Wing Scout Troop at Hillsboro is the only one of its kind in Nashville.
It has been their chief aim to give this new type of Scouting a strong foundation
that will grow immensely in the years to come. At Christmas, the club made gift
boxes for the men at Thayer Hospital.
They have served the public in duties such as child care, bond sales, hospital
aides, salvage drives and helping with younger Scout Troops.
WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB
Prexzdent HARRY Donn
Vzce Prexzdent JOHN H COLES
Secretagf and Trearurer MARIANNE EASON
.Ypomor MR A E WRIGHT
Program Cammzttee MA1 Bums CARLA BLOCKER Bon LUCKADO
The World AHZIFS Club mtends to bring to the artenuon of everyone the 1m
portant events that are occurrmg today Smce our gcnerauon wxll be the one to
carry on 1n the post war world we should have a knowledge of the polmcal soc1al
and econorme affznrs of todav
Prerzdent Y IRGINIA OSBORN
Vzce Prerzdent WARREN BOSMAN
Secretary and Trmrurer ANE FARRAR
Sergeant at Armf KENNETH CARR
Spomor MRS GEORGE MAYFIELD
The Sc:1ence Club 15 a member of the Tennessee Academy of Sc:1ence If had
sex eral parucnpants at the meetmg of the Tennessee Junror Academv of Sclence
The Club has been xerv actue toward makmg the school grounds more beaumful
and prov1d1ng a refuge for the blrds
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Prefzdezzt UD RANDOI PH
Vzce Prexzdent NANCY PEARR1,
Yerremry and Treafurff GERALDIML RIDCL
The Qu1ll and Scroll IS ,Ln Honorarv SOCICEV, whose 31f1'1 1S to recogmze out
Slfdlltllllg .1b1l1tw 111 All forms of ourn.1l1sm and c1e.1t1xe Vkflflllg
In add1t1on to compeung 1n contest conducted by u1ll and Scroll on 1nter
nauonal bas1s, the H1llsboro Chapter serves the school bv creaung 1ntc-:rest 1n and
g1v1ng expresslon to hterarv efforts The chapter also sponsors var1ous seruces
to benefit the school
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and the faculty During the past year manv communitv charities and school
activities haxe been sponsored bv the Council John H Coles president of the
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P1 widen! DoRoTHY TURA ER
Vzce Preszderzt OE WOMACL.
Secretary GRACIL Sims
jpmzml Miss MARY Wusi.
The honor society of H1llsboro is composed of yuniors and seniors Who rank
high in scholastic achiex ements and in extra curricular activities They are chosen
twice a year and initiated under the auspices of the National Honor Society. Our
chapter is under the sponsorship of Miss Marv Weis and is conducted in connection
with the National Headquarters. Their duties include the tutoring of students
and other activities which influence and aid the student body as a whole.
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SUE FARMER, MARVIN HARMON, CHERRIE KELLY, EUGENIA HODGES, CLAUDIA HORN
Second raw BILLIE SUE POOL, PATTY MATHIAS, NANCY LATIMER, ELLEN MADDIN,
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MARTHA ANE GUNN BETTY MASON, NANCY HARRIS, GLENN FITE
Tbzrd row THOMAS MCCARY,J B LORING, DON MCCELLAND CHARLES GRIFFIN
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Fourth raw ROBERT MARTIN, BILLY GALE, BILL GOSSETT, IMMY POOI OHN
LEE, AMES HUTTON, VINCENT FUQUA, ANE MASON, WAYNE MURPHY
Fz th raw MARION MONTGOMERY, EDWARD MCDANIELS, KENNETH JACOBS,
ROBERT PHILLIPS, FRED KISSLING, HORACE GROOMS, LEE LANCE
Left to Kzght
Fzrxt row MISS LUCY GARRISON, Spamar, SUSAN OTIS, ELISE STEVENS, DORSEY
PARKES, MARGARET WRIGHT BEVERLY NEWBELL DOROTHY PARKES, MARGARET
VAUGHN, OE THOMAS, CAROLYN VAN NESS, ROGER SUDDETH, DONALD SAUNDERS
Second raw BETTY OWEN, VIRGINIA NEATHERLY, BEVERLY SUMMERS, BETTY
SOUTI-IGATE, DALE TRAVIS, HARRIET PARKS, ELLEN WHITE EAN WINSTON, PATSY
SMITH ELAINE WARDEN, BOBBY STEWART,
Thzrd row EAN WARDEN, PATSY POPP, JACKIE TURNER, DOROTHY WATTS,
LAWRENCE STOCKETT, ROBERT RYMAN MURRY SHORT ANN WASSON, ALLEN WIL
Fourfb row EDWIN WILSON, RAYBURN REGISTER ALBERT VAUGHN, CARLOS
TAYLOR, RICHARD WAYNE
F1 tb row BILLY WILSON, DICK WEIDMAN, I ACK WADLEY CLARENCE SUTHER
LAND, HERBERT UARLES, BOBBY WOLFE ALBERT WILLIAMS, JAMES THOMPSON, JOHN
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Fzrxt row BETTY CARSON, BILLY ALFORD, HAROLD CALDWELL MARIE DODD
MILDRED BOWNE PEGGY BLACKBURN MARGARET BURGESS, VIRGINIA BERRY EVELYN
DUKKONY, ANE DOGGETT, KARL DRAIN WILLIAM CHATE
Second rou DAVID BINNS, HENRY CULLUM BETTY RAY AUSTIN JOAN BROWN,
MARIANNA BROGDEN BETTY Ross AUSTIN EAN DOXEY, ERNESTINE ALLEN DOROTHY
Thzrd row OHN CARTER, BILLY COBLE, ANN ATKINSON, NANCY BROWN EAN
COWAN, FRANCES CANTRELL FAN CARRUTHERS, BEVERLY BROWN ANE BATES,
lourth row IACK COCHRAN FRED ANDERSON, EARL FREDEEN BILLY COOK,
WALTER FARREL VINCENT DAVIS, ACK CUMMINGS, ACK ANDERSON, OIIN CLAYPOOL
ALFRED BARTLES, DELMAS BEASLEY, BILLY BARNES
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
R1cr1ARD WAYNli, , Vice Prefidezzt
Miss LUCY GARRISlJN. Spamm-
XVINCENT FUQUA, , , 7 Prexident
XYINCENT DAVIS- Secrefzuj'-Trezzfzzrer
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
Fzrft rau PEGGY RAINS, GAYLE RAFOTH, BEBE SIMS, HELEN ROONEY, AUDREY
SHILLINGLAW BETTY WEBB, OAN REYNOLDS, Y IRGINIA REESE BARBARA TOWNER
LORENL SOULE MAY BELLE SPRINGER
GATE ELAINE WEST, MARJORIE WARD, NELDA WOOLARD EMILY WASHINGTON,
ROWENA RIDGE CARLENE WRIGHT
Thzrd mu IMMY SHlhLDS, RICHARD ROBERTS, ROBERT SNEED OREN WILLIAMS
JOHN WILHOITE, RANDY TAYLOR FRANK WILLIAMS, BETTY STANTON, ACK WELCH
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LOSER, OANN OHNSON, ANE PEERY, MARTHA LEECH, AMELIA MEYER, MARY ORNING'
Second row RICHARD PORTER, ANN NIEDERHAUSER, ACKIE KLINE, MAY BELLE
PERRY, NANCY LAWRENCE, PHILLIP PORCH FANNIE LOUISE MILES, ROSALIE MADDOX
Tbzrd row AMES OHNSON, AMES PRITCHARD, EDWIN PARKLR, CLYDL MONT
GOMERY, CECIL NEWBERRY, CAMPBELL LOTHER, BILLY OHNSON, LLOYD KING, WARNER
MCNEILLY, BOBBY JOHNSON, IMMIE NAIVE
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MAN, ROBBIE DAVIS, ACQUELIN CRUNK DOROTHY GREEN ORLEAN ALFORD, HILDA
FRANK HENRIETTA GOLDNER ANE BELL MARGARET HILL BOB FINLEY
Second row MRS W E WHITThN BETTY CAMERON, DOROTHY HAY, HERMOINE
ALLEN, VIRGINIA CRUTCHFIELD MARTHA ANE AUSMOS, MARIANNE GOWEN EDILENE
HARGROVE PAULINE HICKS
Tbzrd row REBECCA HODGES BETTY BOB DOXEY SALLY HARDCASTLE, BOBBY
CAMPBELL ACK BLANKENSHIP, THOMAS CUMMINGS, EDWIN BFRGTR, ROBFRT FOSTER,
BIII CLARK OHN CUNO, ACR HAIIIX
Fourth rou BOBBY GARRETT, GLEN GREENE, ROBERT GREELY BYRON CLARK,
TODD GAULOCHER, RICHARD GLEAVES
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BETTY METHVIN ...,. Vice Preurident
RANDY TAYLOR, . , ., . ...,,,. Prefident
BETTY SIMS- , , , Secretary-Trmfure
PHILLIP Ponca , , , ,Sergeant at Armf
TI-IE SGPHCDMORE CLASS
JIMMY RAGSDALE EUGENE RAIND
SYLVIA STAHLMAN IDICK STEWART
BETSY TURNER PATRICIA VAN SICIQLE
IARY IKLICE XVILLIAM5 RUTH XVILSON
BARIIARA IXNN WI:
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FKANK TICE MAC TOLBERT
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GENEVIEVE WOLFE MAIIY ELLEN XYRIGHT
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DICK CUMMINGS ,Yergemzt af Armf
IIQAN MARTIN, , , Vin' Prwiderzt
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THE IUNICDR CLASS
STUDENT BQDY OFFICERS
1MMY D MARTIN Vzce Prerzdent
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GRACL SIMS Vzce Preyzdefzt
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BEVERLY WALLACE GLENN XVILLCH PEGGY WELLS CHARLES XWI'I'HL1RSPOON
DONALD WOMACK JOE WOLIACK BEULAH Woon GRLXIILXBI WYOODARD
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PENN, MRS. JOE
DAUME, MRS. OSCAR R
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FRIERSON, MRS. CARLETON
JONES, JOHN SNEED
M1z.ric, Sofia! Science
BARNETT, MARY WOODS
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MAYFIELD, MRS. G. R.
CRUNK, EVELYN LOUISI
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KING AND BUNTIN
ATTORNEYS AT LAWS
Last Wlll and Testament of the Semor Class of 45
To Wnorvr rr MAY CONCEQN
We the senror class of 1944 45 of Hrllsboro Hzgh Scrool af er four or more years of stuclles do take thrs opportumty to make and de
clare this our last will and testament
PARTI the follovvxng b quests are made by the drs rngulshed graduatlng class rn 1ts entrretv
ARTICLE I We the Semor Class of 1945 do hereby b quearn to the un1or Class our Sen1or Prxvxleges
ARTICLE II Vw e the Semor Class leave to the Sophomores a large parr of pants for each member for they are too brg for therr own
ARTICLE III We the S 'nor Class leave to the Freshmen our deepest sympathy for the dark near future
ARTICLE IV We the Semo Class leave the Faculty what more could any faculty wxsh
PART II The subsequent bequests are mad through the overflowmg generosrty of the Seniors
We Dot Appleby Peggy Parks Martha Trtbble and Jane Todd leave our way wxth the teachers to Charlle Dexhl I-Ierby Llndahl and
Curtrs Austelle leave my vast knowledge bf the oppos1te sex to Bobby Mrller
oe Austm leave the dark room to Marcus Shannon rn hopes that he w1ll enyoy the solltudc as much as I have
Betty Baker leave lookzng for Owen Hines
Carolyn Bass l ave my sweet volce to can Orr
Carla Blocker leave my telephone number to Freshmen Sophomore Jumor and Senior boys
Faye Bomar leave happv memorxes of a happy school lrfe to anv unhappy person
Warren Bosman leave my Herculean bulld to Murray Harmon
eanne Brmton leave mv love for d1ssect1on to Blllv Chambers
Mar Bubxs leave my l1ne of talk to be used 1n the seventh War Loan drrve
Mary Lou Buck leave the office telephone
Rogers CThe Lodgerj Buntm leave a dozen roses to Mrs Moss and a box of headache tablets to next year s will makers
Dorothy Burgess leave wlth Gus for parts unknown
Mary Ruth Clark leave for Panama
Norman Clarke leave my excuses to Bobby Longbturst
ohn H Coles very reluctantly leave Dede BIVIHS
Mary Carroll Cook leave my ab1l1tv to make vv1tn the 1dle chatter to Audrey Bendley
Bob Cress leave my Honor Soclety prn to B1lly Lamb
Wynne Cullon leave a wad of gum under a ltbrary table
Vrrgrma Cunn1ngha'n leave a box of soda to anvone who eats the Home Ec cooking
Nancy Cuno leave my dramatrc talents to Claudra Horn
Mary Lv nne Davrs leave mv Chevy to the junk man unfortunate berngf
Wrllxam de Mars leave the Dramatrc Club QEd1tor s note At last'
Harry CBaldvj Dodd leave a bottle of Wlldroot Creme O11 to John W1lhoxte
Ea l Dunn leave my c1v1l1an clothes to some for unate luvenxle
ohn Durrenb rger leave my dead pan to Sara Floyd
Marianne Eason leave my salestalk to next vear s Annual Staff
Charles CBroomD Embry leave my mee sophrstxcated gn-l frxends to Bobby Anderson
Luc1 Emer on leave my abxhty to skxp classes to Rosemary Drumwmght
Jnrvmy Enoch vv 1th a sigh of rellef leave the bookstore
We Jane Farrar V1rg1n1a Osborn and Dot Turner leave the clinic to less worthy hands
Janet Fenn leave my mother rn the art room
J B Gore leave high school lrfe IU the search of new talent CA vhoo
Martha Ovv en Grbson leave my footsteps for my sister to follow But she won t
Dons G1pson l ave my beautlful rmg to Mrss Katherzne Weis
Pat Halev leave my amazmg knowledge of Amerlcan H1story to Mr McClendon
Ahce Hampton leave my place rn the office to Jean Mart1n
V1v1an Hargrove leave my hunt and peck system of typmg to ane Grlbert
Wesley Hrckman leave my pep and sp1r1t to David Post
Jerre Hobbs leave my ma1den name
Betty Ruth Holbrook leave
Berthan Hooton leave wxth a fmal attempt to get rxd of Curtzs Austelle do I9
We Albert Johnson and Tommy Sue Thomas leave together
Anne Krng leave my loud borsterous conduct to Anne Harwell
Don Kmg leave 1f I leave lovrng my teachers as much as they love mel
Nell Leech leave my rural brogue to John Cuno
Mary Allen Lewrs 1 ave my ablhty to get dates to Betty Methvm
Dwrght Lmton leave why not?
Bob Luckado leave my saxophone to someone who can play rt
Bobby McDowell leave my place on the football bench to Harry Lawson
Jrmmy D Martm l ave my crew cut to Dick Cummms hopmg that he w1ll take advantage of rt
Betty Minor leave for a mayor course at colle e
Charleea Moss leave my place on the lrbrary staff to Robert Greeley
Martha Neese leave my polnt making machme to Henrletta Brown
Robert Newbrll leave my orchestral talents to Alfred Bartles
Celeste Nu tmg leave my notebooks to Dan Young hopmg they vvrll help htm
Gen Ollphant leave my quietness to Nancy Cook
udy Owen leave wxth my Home Ec ab1l1ty hoprng that we w1ll benefit from lf he future
Nancy Pearre leave to be a busy e cecut1ve elsewhere
Lucy Delle Peebles leave all my attentron to Mr Mac s History class
Pat Post leave a compact to anyone else who would lxke to prlmp in the cl1n1c
Joyce Rady leave my bralns to Frank Tanksley
Jud Randolph leave my pxtchmg ab1l1tv to John CLooreD Stark
Geraldrne Rrdge leave mv basketball ab1l1ty to Jo Ann Srsk
Donna Roonev leave to be a model for Ipana
Helene Russell leave my knowledge of mrlrtary maneuvers to Martha Kxng
Robert Sain leave my golf ball on the tee
Albert Schroeder move all my belonmngs to Annabel s
Jack Synthet1cDSeely leave my stock of v1tam1n p1lls to Tommv Allen
Sydnxcrel Shmn leave my h1gh grades on Constrtutron exams to B1ll Hosse
Carolyn Schubert leave my featl er to a fashxon magavme
Roy Slaymaker leave my Presrdency of the Senror Class my place on the Annual Staff and my female admxrers to any ten people that
can handle them
ack Thompson leave all my love at Hlllsboro
Anna Vantrease leave my rovvmg machme and v1brator to Jean Slaymaker
Emma Jean Vaughn leave my Spamsh book wrrh translatlons to Marrlvn Sxm son
Barbara Walker leave my place rn the se ond perlod Hzstorv class to Dot Nolan
Glorta Walker leave my carrot top to Joe Roblnson
Steve Walker leave Mrs Oscar Hager Woof' Woof'
Beverly Wallace leave some of my good looks b cause one glrl can t have lf all to Sylvla Stahlman not that she needs them
Glenn Welch leave my Romeo technique to Mac Tolbert
Peggy Wells leave my sweaters to Brlhe Sue Pool
Charles ChuckD W1therspoon leave mv vocabulary to Dave Lansden
Donald CFlashD Womack leave my athlet 'nhty to Charles Anderton
oe Womack leave my suave way vv rth tl e Facultv to Todd Gaulocher
Beulah Wood leave my phone numbe to lust anv bov
Graham Woodham leave a gas ucket to Robert Jackson
ARTICLE V We the Sen1or Class leave to our class sponsors Mr Mayfteld and Mxss Mary Wels our thanks for all thelr efforts
1 our behalf
CS1gnedJ Trnz Samoa Crass
Any and all complamts should be referred to
Dr Donald Rn-g and Professor Rogers C C Buntm
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