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JUNIORS OFFICERS DAVID MEEK DONALD WALKER ANN MARTIN President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer MISS SARAH HARDEMAN, Sponsor MR. HARRY THORNHILL, Sponsor First row—Frances Anderson, Carol Blake, Berlynne Bradley, Charles Bullock, Bonnie Butler, June Bynum, Jean Carlton Second row—F. G. Cavin, Ailene Damron, Dorothy Davison, Charles Duke, Jean Edney, Sue Edwards, Jean Ford. Third row—June Ford, Carlene Fuqua, Jacqueline Glass, Jane Hicks, Delray Johns, Wilma Jolley, Pauline Jones. Fourth row—Joyce Kilgore, Rebecca Lawler, Richard Lee, Bobby Manspeaker, Shirley Marlar, Billy Joe Marsee, Ann Martin. PAGE TWENTY
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Gia so. VEE We, the 1947 Senior Class of Martin High School, being of sound mind and judgment, and having com- pleted the tasks set for us by mathematicians, his- torians, scientists, and English schoiars, do make, or- dain, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament. First, to the faculty, we leave our un-dying gratitude for the many services rendered us during our four years of high school training along with best wishes for the future. Second, to the Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen, we leave our sunny dispositions, our excellent reputa- tions, our superlative brilliancy, our good looks, our excelling wit, and our charming manners. Third, we hereby bequeath individually to a few heirs, the following: |, OR EN ADAMS, leave my musical talents to Mrs. Cravens’ homeroom. And do they need them! |, WALTER ALEXANDER, will my ability to keep women guessing to John Spencer Duncan. |, ROSALYN ALLEN, will my ability to make A’s to John R. McClain. |, MARTHA BAKER, have nothing to leave as | am taking everything | want with me. |, MARGIE BARRY, will my boots and baton to Shirley Marlar. |, DENTON BELL, will my irresistible naiure to George Horton. |, DOROTHY BIRCHETT, leave, but will never forget my days at M. H. S. |, FRANKIE BOWLES, leave, but my brunette Senior goes with me, | hope. |, DWIGHT BRADLEY, leave my slightly worn books to anyone who studies as diligently as |. |, MARGARET ANN BREEDEN, leave on time as | was always late for school. |, SUE BREWER, will my second period physical edu- cation class to any poor unfortunate soul who happens to get it. |, CLARENCE CRAVENS, will “atomic energy” to Eugene Matlock. |, JIMMY CUSHING, will my ambitious ways to Billy Joe Winston. |, DOROTHY DAVIS, bequeath my ability to get along with the male population of this institution to Frances Anderson. |, BOBBYE ELLIOTT, leave with Walter. |, ELLEN FITTS, will my place on the basketball team (left end of the bench) to Mary Ann Kendall. |, CHARLENE FRIELDS, will to Bonnie Butler my much- used comb, hoping she enjoys using it as | have. |, KATHLEEN GARDNER, will my membership in the Beta Club to some poor Junior who really needs it. |, RUSSELENE GARDNER, will my love for Palmers- ville to any girl who is interested. |, PAUL GIBBONS, will my G.I. haircut to Charles Bullock. |, MINNIE LETA HARRISON, will my ability to imi- tate ‘Cousin Minnie Pearl,’ to Louise Rowlett. |, CHARLES HENRY, have noihing to leave as Martha has already left. |, JANETTE HIGH, leave Marvin for two more years. Other than this, | leave with no regrets. |, ESTELLE HOUSE, will my love for a black-headed boy to Margie Baker. |, WENDELL HUNT, will my title as champion flirt of Martin High School to Billy Ford. |, SUE JOHNSON, will my ability to write English themes to Bobby Parham as he may need it next year. |, JIMMIE SUE McCLAIN, leave Jerry to anyone who is fool enough to try to get him. Grrrrrrr! |, PATTY PARKER, will my title of “Flaming Mamie,” to Carol Blake. |, BILLY PATE, leave Blondie, but | will be back. |, JERRY PENICK, leave only the memories of myself, good and bad, to the students and faculty of Martin High School. |, BETTY REAMS, leave my position on the basketball team to Charlene McMinn. |, HILDA ROBERTSON, will my love for Hyndsver boys to any girl who appreciates them as | do. |, JOHN D. RUSSELL, will my copying ability to any- one who needs it. |, JOHNNY LEE SIMPSON, will my place in Martin High to an incoming junior boy from Chestnut Glade. |, BILLY TERRELL, will my way with women to Roy Glen Collier. |, MILDRED THOMPSON, will my “school girl figure” to June Bynum. |, JOHN MAC VOWELL, leave to Bobby Parham my love to pester Coach Thornhill. |, JOHN MILTON WALL, leave my ability to catch pigeons to James Whitehead. |, PORTER WARD, will to Bobby Scates my ability to get into trouble and slide out, just short of getting expelled. |, BILLY WHITEHEAD, leave my love for good books to George Parrish. |, REBECCA WHITSON, will my position as assem- bly pianist to Peggy Byars. |, BOB WILLIAMS, will my ability to never get in a hurry to J. B. Winston, who really needs it. | ANN WOOD, keep everything | have, including all my college men, as | want them for myself. |, TOM WOOD, leave Martin High School, knowing that its loss is the World's gain. |, CARL WORKMAN, leave my beautiful mustache to Tom Copeland. In the presence of these witnesses we sign and publish this, our last will and testament, on this the 16th day of May, nineteen hundred and forty-seven. THE SENIOR CLASS CLASS TESTATOR WITNESSES: Mrs. Frank Wiles Mrs. Ruth Davis PAGE NINETEEN
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JUNIORS First row—Charles McClain, Bobby McDurman, David Meek, Carolyn Miles, Lee Nell Milner, Betty Neel, Bobby Parham. Second row—George Parrish, Mable Pitt, Frances Priestly, Louise Rowlett, Bobby Scates, Dean Smith, Melvin Smith. | Third row—Dorothy Spain, Doris Stewart, Nowman Terrell, Norma Tolar, Donald Walker, Bobbie Welshans, Harold Wilson. Fourth row—Robert Wilson, Annie Lynn Yates, Peggy Young. PAGE TWENTY-ONE
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