Maryville High School - Appalachian Yearbook (Maryville, TN)

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EZQAQCHQ jElazw44AJ The Appalachian -L' , .fail if S M944 'ir Published By THE SENIOR CLASS of MARUDILLE HIGH Maryville, Tenne SCHOOL S566 The Jlnnual Staff lst row-White, Stinnett, Orr, Renaker, Anderson, Willbanks, Beals, Hale, Smith. 2nd row-Delaney, Goudelock, Lindsay, Farmer, Hamilton, Taylor, Sterling, Floyd Bean. EDITORIAL STAFF Mary Annis Beals-Editor Associate Editors Typists Kenneth Bean Mildred Goudelock Donald Farmer Robert Roylston Shirley White June Stinnett Charles F. Webb, Faculty Advisor - 'BUSINESS STAFF CIRCULATION STAFF Mildred Orr-Business Manager Rella Anderson-Circulation Manager Associates Associates Eugene Hamilton Betty Lindsay Edith Merle DeLaney John Sterling Katherine Smit? Mary Donna Ha e Paul Keeble Mrs- LUSH Mrs. Juanita R. Wine-Faculty Advisor 2 Peggy Howell Charles Taylor Roberta Willbanks Nancy Renaker Richard Roylston a G. Beach-Facult y Advisor Dedication We, the Senior Class of 1944, wish to dedicate this edition of the Appalachian to Charles F. Webb. During his four years as Senior Sponsor, he has won the lasting admiration and respect of his students and associates. His sincere support of every branch of school activi- ties and his personal interest in each individual student has earned for him the gratitude and high esteem of all connected with him. To show in a small way our appreciation for these things, we hereby dedicate the 1944 Appalachian to Charles F. Webb. 3 x N., , xx , 42 T' 4 T 1 JY!!! fin o,Jv if I fl .. " Cfhc-3 Facullu of lst row-Ross, Mr. Reed, Renfro, Brewer, Street, Mann, Webb, Miss Reed. 2nd row-Badgett, McCurry, Ott, Taylor, Holloway, Wine, Proffitt, Rueter. JOHN L. BREWER, Superintendent B.A. University of Tennessee M.A. Columbia University C. C. STREET, Principal A.B. Presbyterian College, Clinton, S. C.. L.L.B. East Tennessee Law School, Johnson City, Tennessee M.A. University of Tennessee MRS. K. H. RUETER, Secretary MRS. DORIS B. HOLLOWAY, Home Economics B.S. University of Tennessee HELEN OTT, Librarian B.A. Maryville College .B.L.S. Peabody College W. T. MANN, Diversified Occupations A.B. Lincoln Memorial University C. HERBERT REED, Mathematics B.S. University of Tennessee M.S. University of Tennessee MRS. LUELLA G. BEACH, History B.S. Miami University, Oxford, Ohio M.A. Miami University, Oxford, Ohio MRS. ELEANOR D. BADGETT, English B.A. Maryville College MRS. JUANITA R. WINE, Commercial Subjects B.S. University of Tennessee 4 DOROTHY REED, Languages R-U-ds B.S. Peabody College M.A. Peabody College MRS. HAZEL AITKEN, Science , B.S. University of Tennessee .. JAMES I-I. BAKER, Physical Education - B.S. State Teachers College, Johnson City, Tenn. JAMES C. RENFRO, Mathematics, History A.B. Maryville College MARY R. PROFFITT, Mathematics, Science A.B. Maryville College CHARLES F. WEBB, English B.A. Maryville College M.A. University of Tennessee MRS. FRANCES K. TAYLOR, Science B.S. University of Tennessee MARGARET ROSS, Home Economics B.S. University of Tennessee MRS. RUBY LEE MCCURRY, English B.A. Carson Newman College CASSIUS W. GOULD, Music B. Mus. Oberlin College M. Mus. Oberlin College A.A.G.O. CAmerican Guild of Organistsl CHARLES WILLIAM GREENE President Dobbins Bennett High School 15 High School Day 2, 35 Band 2, 3, 45 Vice-Presi- dent 35 Band Clinic, 2, 35 Drum Major 45 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Thespian Club 45 T. Sz I. Club 45 "Little Women" 35 President 'Home Room 45 Annual Staff 45 President Senior Class 4. DELORES FAYE POPE Secretary Loudon High School 15 Tro- phy Bearer 25 Spanish Club 35 Basketball 2, 35 Manager 45 Varsettes 3, 45 Thespian Club 2, 35 Vice-President 45 Beta Club 3, 45 Cheer Lead- er 45 "A Murder Has Been Arranged" 45 Secretary Sen- ior Class 4. Seniors A f"'f-Vai," 1 , f'1?Q L - A.. , ,f cigar elf, "xl ,V 'G-'A-,V 1 ,lf Y i p I PAUL F. FLOYD Vice-President Secretary Home Room 1, 25 Photography Club 25 Thes- pian Club 45 "Little Women" cast 35 "A Murder Has Been Arranged" finance 45 Cheer Leader 4, Captain5 Annual Staff 45 Class Vice-President 4. PEGGY HOWELL Treasurer Drill Squad 15 Treasurer Home Room 15 President Home Room 25 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 E. T. E. A. Choir 2, 35 State Vocal Competition Fes- tival 35 Trio5 Junior Music Club 2, 35 President 45 State Parliamentarian 45 History Club 3, 45 Beta Culb 3, 45 Thespian Club 45 Treasurer Senior Class 45 Annual Staff 4. n jo O., 4.171211 oleuvu 1506 BARBARA ANDERSON MARY ANNIS BEALS History Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 1, 3, Junior Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, News- paper Club 3, 4, M. H. S. Representative, County Spelling Match '42, De- bate 3, Oratory 3, 4, Win- ner, original oratory, In- terscholastic Lit erary League 3, National For- ensic League 3, 4, Annual Staff, Editor-in-chief 4. WILMA FAYE A BREEDLOVE Home Economics Club 1, Choir 1, 2, F. B. L. A. Club 3, Beta Club 3, 4, Diversified Occupations, Vice-President T. Sz I. Club 4. RUTH BRITTON Drill Team 1, Home Ec- onomics Club 1, 2, Choir 3, Baskctbzyll 1, 2, 3. tif 1 W f f. I 1 -, Z. I J X J I . .Y X ,Y7 we- .f .f .' At .I ' ' , . x J X l 1 jf rl r ff, 'N ff 'SJ 1 1' .., .1 f 'J nf .J ' . ,x if it Ff f-fifi,e?,Q RELL ' DERSON Choir 1, 2, ' resident Home Ro 1, Drill Team 1, J Music Club 1, 2, Pre' t 3, District President 4, State and National Piano Com- petition 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4, Ham Nlght 22 Band Clinic 3, Red and Black 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, E. T. E. A. Choir 33 President Spanish Club' 33 Annual Staff 4, Thesplan Club 4, Trio 2, 3, 4. KENNETH BEAN Photography Club 1, Class President 2, Latln Club 2, Band 2. 3, 4? Spanish Club 3, Beta 3, 4, Annual Staff 4. CATHERINE LOUISE BRITTON Tellico Plains High 1, 2, East High School, .Des Moines, Iowa 3, Choir 4. JEANNE MARIE BRYANT Junior Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 1, Home Economics Club 1, Carni- val Queen Nominee 1, Class Secretary 3, Re- gional Tournament Tro- phy Bearer 3, Beauty Queen 3, Newspaper Club 3. 4, History Club 3, 4, Thespian Club 3, President 4, Band 3, Sec- retary 4, Regional Tour- nament Hostess 4. JUNE BUR CHFIELD Drill Team 1: Home Eco- nomics Club 3. ' RUTH CARTER Cooke County High lg Latin Club 23 Home Eco- nomics Club 2, 3g History Club 3, 4, Thespian Club 45 Cast of "Fireman, Save My Child." BOB CLEMMER Bradley 1: Eand 2, 33 D. O. 3, 45 T. 8: I. Club 4. BERNELL CROWDER White County High School 1, 2: Chow 39 Home Economics Club 3g Junior Music Club 4. JANE CARRINGER Drill Team 15 Band 1. 25 Latin Club 25 Beta Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 33 His- tory Club 4. FRED CHANDLER Ventura Junior High School 1, 2, Ventura Jun- ior College, Ventura, Cali- fornia 3. ELIZABETH CRAWFORD Drill Team lg Home Eco- nomics Club 1g Class Sponsor lg Vice-President Home Room 2, 4, Secre- tary lg Class Treasurer 23 History Club 3, 4g News- paper Club 3, 43 Thespian Club 3, 4g Beta Cl 3 Vice-President WD, W7 aim GRACE ANN CUPP Choir sg F. B. L. A. Club 3. , . At EDITH MERLE DeLANEY Home Economics Club 1, 2g Drill Team 1, Vice- President Home Room 2g History Club 4, Annual Staff 4. MARTHA FREEMAN Rhea Central H i g h School, Tennessee lg Hi- wassee Dam High School, North Carolina 2, Tomp- kinsville High School, Kentucky 39 Rnd and Rluck Staff 43 Vice-Presi- dent F. B. L. A. 4. MILDRED GOUDELOCK Morristown High 1, 25 Red and Black Staff 4g Annual Staff 4. MARY DONNA HALE Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Band Clinic 35 History Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, An- nual Staff 4. M, amy! DONALD FARMER Photography Club 29 Football 3, 43 Varsity Club 45 Choir 4g Secretary F. B. L. A. 43 Annual Staff 4. HOUSTON GODDARD MARY CATHERINE GREGORY F. B. L. A. 4. ETHEL M. HALL Alcoa 1, 2. X I I ssl EUGENE HAMILTON Photography Clubg Foot- ball 1, 2: Ham Night 13 Annual Staff 43 Band 3, 4g Band Clinic 4. MERLIE HEADRICK LOWRY HOLT Ham Night 1: Thespian Club 3. 4, Treasurer 4g Football 43 Varsity Club 4. PAUL E. KEEBLE, JR. Chorus lg Boys Glee Club 15 Model Airplane Club lg Photography Club 25 "Lit- tle Women" finance 3: Diversified Occupations 4g T. 8: I. Club 4g Annual Staff 4. MILDRED HANCOCK Choir lg Drill Squad lg Civics Club 2: Home Eco- vomics Club 1, 29 Junior Music Club 1 23 Spanish Club 3g History Club 4. MARIE HOLDER Home Economics Club lg Treasurer Home Room 2g Choir 2, 3: E. T. E. A. Choir 35 Vice President F. B. L. A. 3. HELEN KEEBLE F. B. L.. A. 3g Diversified Occupations 4g Treasurer T. Sz I. Club 4. RAYMOND KENY Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 All Tournament Bas- ketball 4g Football 3, 43 All County Football Sec- ond Team 4g Varsity Club 3. 4, Vice-President 45 Choir 3, 4. T A- L SARA CHARLES KENY F. B. L. A. 3. BETH LEATHERWOOD Vice-President H o m e Room 1, President Home Room 3, Treasurer F. B. L. A. 3, Choir 3, E.T.E.A. Choir 35 "Miss Home- Economics" 3, Vice-Presi- dent Home Room 43 Cheer Leader 4. BETTY LINDSAY Drill Team 1: Home Eco- nomics Club 1, 25 Ham Nifxht 25 Basketball 2: I-Iistory Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Red and Black 1. 2, 3, 45 Junior Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, C A. R. 1, 2, 3, 4. State President 43 Thespians 3. 4: Rr-ta Club 3, 4, Annual Staff 45 "Little Women" cast. DONALD R. MCCAMMON Class Treasurer 33 Diver- sified Occupations 33 T. 8: I. Club 4, Program Com- mittee 4. ALLEN LAW Football 3, 43 Varsity Club 3, All East Tennes- see 45 Chorus 4. CECIL C. LEWIS T. 8: I. Club 3, 45 Diversi- fied Occupations 3, 4. ROBERT LINDSAY President Home Room 1, 43 Ham Night 13 Class Vice-President 2, Red and Black 1, 2, 3, 49 Basket- ball 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Football 3, -43 Varsity Club 3, 4, Thespian 3, 4g Beta Club 3, 4. 5 'sa X,- .wx GENE MCCAMPBELL Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Photog- raphy Club 2g Red and Black Staff 4. RUTH MILLER JEAN MORTON Friendsville High 1, 2: Home Economics Club 3g History Club 45 Home Room Treasurer 4. JACKIE O'DELL Home Economics Club lg Drill Team lg Maryville .Tumor Music Club 1, 2, 33 History Club, Vi e- Secretary 4, D. e - tary 4. ' ' S President 43 H 'Q U 7 X110 JUNE PATTON F. B. L. A. 25 Treasurer Home Room 3, D. O. 3, 4. wfiir .f gi FRED MORTON, JR. ' Boys Glee Club 15 Pho- tography Club 15 Basket- ball Manager 3g Choir 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 4g Foot- ball 3, 4, Captain 4. MARY ETTA MYERS F. B. L. A. 4. MILDRED ORR President Home Room lg Latin Club 25 Personality Queen 2gHistory Club 3, 43 Newspaper Club 3, 45 "Little Women" castg Thespian Club 3. 4, Beta Club 3, 4, President 49 Annual Staff 4. LOIS PICKENS Porter 1, 23 Thespian Club, History Club 4. W' ii 0,3 ALICE SUE PRESLEY Choir 1, 2, 3, Secretary Home Room 3, 4, ROBERT ROYLSTON Debate 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, Beta, Thes- pian, Newspaper Club, Football 4, Varsity Club, Annual Staff 4, Class Sec- retary 1, National Foren- sic League . MINNIS ROBERTS Diversified Occupations 4, T. 8: I. Club 4. RUTH RUSSELL Home Economics Club 1, Choir 3, 4. NANCY RENAKER Drill Team 1, Red and Black 1, 4, Choir 1, 2, Ac- companist 3, Junior Mu- sic Club Corresponding Secretary. 1. 2, 3, Secre- tary 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Band Clinic 2, 3, 4: E. T. E. A. Choir 2, 3, Beta Club 3, 4, State and National Voice Competition 2, 3, State and National Piano Competition 2, 3, 4, His- tory Club 4, Annual Staff Z, Trio Accompanist 2, 3, RICHARD ROYLSTON Debate 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, Beta, Thes- Dian: Newspaper Club: President Home Room 3, "Little Women" cast, An- nual Staff 4, National Forensic League. ANNE RUETER Majorette 1, 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball 1, 2, Newspaper Club 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Ec- onomics Club 1, 2, Thes- plan Club 3, 4, "Little Women" cast, ' .lltchdfrfw a-w:,a,yop-W-+A -4-f"" ZZ.. GRANT SHARP Football 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, President 4. FRANCES SHEPABD Drill Squad 15 Home Ec- onomics Club 15 Varsettes 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3. Captain 45 History Club 3, 4. LOUISE BLAIRE SMITH Tellico Plains High 1, 25 Choir 35 Trophy Bearer Regional Tolmnament 35 Basketball 3, 45 All Tour- nament 3, 45' President Home Room 45 President F. B. L. A. 45 Band Spon- sor 4. J ANICE STEVENS Home Economics Club 1, 25 Photography Club 25 Choir 1, 2, 35 Junior Mu- sic Club 1, 2, 3, Corre- spondent Secretary 45 Newspaper Club 45 Girls Trio 1, 2, 3, 45 E.T.E.A. Chorus 3. u - -1 PAUL KENNETH STOUTT KATHERINE SMITH Debate 15 Home Econom- ics Club 15 Ham Night 1. 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Band Clinic 25 History Club 1, 4. Secretary and Treasur- er 2, President 35 Red and Black 2, 3, Editor 45 Thes- pian Club 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 "Little Women" cast5 "House Without A Key" cast5 'A Murder Has Been Arranged" cast. JOHN STERLING Carnival King 15 Band 1. 2. 3. President 45 Band Clinic 3. 45 Red and Black 3, 4: Thesnian Club 2. 3. 45 Personality Kina 2: Choir 1, 2, 3: "A House Without A Key" cast: "Little Women" cast5 "A Murder Has Been Arran- ged" cast' nnual S ff 4. .fV1A. JUNE s NETT 'A Annual Staff 45 F.B.L.A. Program Chairman 4. CHARLES TAYLOR Everett 15 Basketball 3, 45 Football Manager 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 Annual Staff 4. SHIRDY E. TRENTHAM Porter High 1, 2, 3, T. 8: I. Club, President 4. DOROTHY GRACE WEAGLY Civics Club 1g Home Ec- onomics Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2g Diversified Occupa- tions 4g T. 81 I. Club 45 Junior Music Club 1, 2. SHIRLEY WHITE Fort Smith Junior High 1, Ft. Smith Senior High 2, Fort Smith, Arkansas: History Club 3, 45 Red and ,Black 4, Beta Club 4, Annual Staff 4. f ,L .f2'fi4fQf'l'-'I f K . 1' .57 Lf 1 7 ,. L., .--Q A, -' 'A ff'-.19 Hifi! ?Lg,473fM'1,g, .Q-1' CL" J I" f ' JW, 'I' 1 il? , 1 'f. ' .Q f-:X CL,4,:..4aa?lff'LJ fIi4gl'.f'-f:'.ff' 'LA' 'q"A"'fM'?f '7'0L,-:XJ if Za 2.1, K . -1Z,ug2Q:g..L,-533' Q-Q fhflffiigv 'L-va.q...9 A.,.,1 ""s,.N,5 .f .L,g4j1.-'-Lqjgghsflf, Balm' iz. -5 4- Band Clinic ,f2,-V 3, 'Qlurffor Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Spanish Club 3g Beta Club 3, Sec- retary 45 History Club, Secretary 45 Red and Black 4. CHARLOTTE WHITE Porter Hieh 1, Home Ec- onomics Club 2, Chorus 4, History Club 4. ROBERTA WILLBANKS Choir 1, 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Home Economics Club 1, 23 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Junior Music Club 2, 3, 4, Varsettes 3, 4, Thespian 3, 4, "Little Women" cast 35 "A Murder Has Been Arranged" cast 4, Annual Staff 4, Regional Tourna- ment Hostess 4. fawffgaea 777 M0 jx, ,L ' J Zuninrs DAVID CLARK -- .... ---....--.---- .... --..., PRESIDENT JIMMY WILSON -..- ..... -.--- ......... ...--. VICE-PRESIDENT HAROLD HUNTER ... ....,.. -,. .... ---M SECRETARY CHARLES HUFFMAN .... - .... - TREASURER 15 Z U W . 3 aj - A ,l gl ' fl Spb W ffm M1 da.:-rs mu all ' vi sxlz5'1 4 gill we -J . or nr MRS. HOLLOWAY'S HOME ROOM Bob Brown -- ...... N ,,..,,.. - .,.,..,, --- mu .... -..- .... PRESIDENT Betty Cram -- .,.. w.-,r-------- ....,.. D .............. VICE-PRESIDENT Mary Evelyn Brown- ..... - .,...... SECRETARY-TREASURER Mary Evelyn Brown Mariam Crow Sarandrew DeLozier Louise Blackwell Charlotte Brewer LaVerne Burchfield Josephine Carringer Betty Crain Margarette Andrews Mrs. Holloway Guy Badgett Bill Campbell Jean Coada Betty Baker David Clark Marjorie Duggan George Douglas Charles Aytes Bob Brown 16 MR. MANN'S HOME ROOM Elizabeth Gillespie -,-.-----,-.--- ...... - ,,............, PRESIDENT Harold Hunter .H,-e.s--.-.--...-....-- .... -VICE-PRESIDENT Jean Gibson ......K, Frances Lambert Elizabeth Gillespie Jean Gibson ,..s ...., SECRETARY-TREASURER Mary Ruth Kidd John Landers J. S. Henderson Jane Huddleston Elmer Mize Dorothy Lane Charles Huffman Eleanor Hightower Don King W.:nda Haynes Harold Hunter xt ,, fi Not in Picture 4 Y. Joan Longmire , .J 1 , fzfvf XGBGMPZ J x .f .L 1. -! L , 17 c i X, , X. . -J P i M H94 H O fi' H X fi it MRS. AITKEN,S HOME ROOM Charles Trotter ..,,,,,...,......,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , U., ,.,,, PRESIDENT . Knox Ramsey ...,.... - .... - ......... --..- .... - ,.... V ICE-PRESIDENT .3 Helen Minton HN. Frank Shepard Mrs. Aitken Edith Potter Mary Helen Pierce Willie Jo Morton Elaine McClure Lucy Ann Prater ---.----n.-.-.SECRETARY-TREASURER 'Qi - Helen Minton Jerry Walker Hoyt Mull Knox Ramsey Bill Roberts Charles Trotter Not in Picture Opal Robertson H 18 in - X f MR. REED'S HOME ROOM Jimmy Wilson W.- - .,... ..------ ........ N-.- .... ,M-PRESIDENT Fanny Smith ..,--M--.- ....... -M,-.-s----.VICE-PRESIDENT Elizabeth Robinson ----- ,......,. SECRETARY-TREASURER Mr. Reed Irene Stanfield Barbara Sullivan Edith Wilson Mary Lee Williams Jonnie Shipwash Wanda Williams Fanny Smith Dean West Jimmy Wilson Jack Wheeler Milburn Waters Agnes Sterling Elizabeth Robinson Ruth Taylor John Watts Betty Jo Teffeteller' R. B. Wayman Joe Walker 19 I .ii Juniors, the last rung in your high school ladder of education, previous- ly only in sight, can now be seen just ahead. You are ready to take that last and most important step. Three rungs are behind you, and the final one di- rectly in front. With that step you take your places as the leaders in Mary- ville High School. You will be looked up to, honored, and respected. The Way you think and act not only determines What the under classmen think of you, but also, to a large extent, the Way they themselves think and act. But by continuing true to form with your previous record, your path Will be a challenging and inspiring one to follow. The following statistics verify this: Number of Juniors enrol1ed.11-1 11.1.1 11111 82 Number in the Band .........,.,... 11-1 ,..,...,.-..,.,......,,.,,,. 1,11 ,..--,, 16 Number in the Beta C1ub1.1.1 ....,, r,,, 1 ,... 1 ,,,, 1 ,111 -.,,,, 11111, 1 7 Number on the Boys' Basketball Squad ,...,,., 1 ,,,,, 1, ,.,,.,.,,-,,., 1 3 Number on the Girls' Basketball Squad ,,,,,,,,, 1 ,-1, 1,1,111 ,-----,,,,, 1 Number in Boys' Varsity Club .,l.,.,,. 1 ,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,,-,,--, 111111-11111111 7 Number in the Choir .........,..,..., 11,1111 ,,.,,,,,,,.,,. 1 .,,,,,-,,,- 111.1 ,,,, 1 ,,,,, 11 13 Number on the Debate Team.11111-1111 -.., 1 ,,,.,,,, 1 ,.,. 1111111111111 4 Number on the Football Team1.1-111,1-11 ,,,,,,,, 1,111,111 ,--, 111111111 6 Number in the History Club...1 .....,., 11,1111 ,,,. 1111111 1111 111111111 14 Number in the Newspaper C1ub.11 .11,,,,, 1.1111111111 ,11, 1 ,,,, 20 Number in the Thesplan Club ...1..1,. 111 ,,11 11111111 1111 9 l 20 if s urns CLASS OFFfCERS at-J ., - r' . ,f W otie Beaver ---.-..--r,.-r-----r .,,. ,..---- ..., PRESIDENT ef' Bill Varnell M.-- .... ..-- ..,... - ..... M .... ---.VICE-PRESIDENT Ann Gates -Wm 1..,. r-----,--r...--r--..--HSECRETARY Betty Crawford -.---,--.----.h-e...--.-,--TItEAsURER-- 1' ' ' ff ff! U WCW! fd , ff ,jj V' J j W M W! L gr' P ' ffm' 'ff' ff- 21 arty , f3ZJ7xflef,.a..,e JW MRS. BADGETT'S HOME ROOM B PRESIDENT ....,. - ,.......... -.---.---.-.---------... Otis Beaver VICE-PRESIDENT-...--..-L-L .,... Q ,........ - Betty Crawford SECRETARY AND TREASURER.-- ...... Nancy Burchfield Bernice Burnett 0 Betty Crawford Carolyn Duggan X Betty Ann Godwin Peggy Cummings Buster Brown Greta Cruae Katherine Barnawell Fenton Ferguson W Grace Boring James Bennett Louise Gregory Betty JoX4Clemens Faye Garner Harold Brooks . Ann Gatesu-, A ll" ' Not in picture: Nancy Cates .r ',- 'J , ,T ef MQW fig-'fra es" 4 V at A- f' A S 4' Q , . ' I A I. z"A,'f' 1, ,1' f' I' M 'W 4. ,Lf "' 31 Q3 xj ya V AGC- if lf, MR. RENFRO'S HOME ROOM PRESIDENT--L,-.L-.--- .... - ....... --..- .... --.L Imogene Keller VICE-PRESIDENTU.- .... ,........-.. ..,. ,-- SECRETARY AND TREASURER .... --. Blanche Holt Louise Huffstetler Imogene Keller Billie Sue Henderson Georgia Kendrick Betty Jean Jenkins Ruth J ones 'LaVerne Law Jo Law Verna Lee Henry Joyce Lewis Ed Heaton John Keeble Ralph Easterday Richard Hamilton 22 Ralph Easterday Louise Huffstetler Byron Hall Mac Law Bobby Kizer J ack Hayes Bill Hawley Junior Garner Mr. Renfro MM .439-" kj!! f ,,.1'j,"9f",,f' QWMWJMME .Klub af' ,ff nv WA7.. Kao. 7:14, D "'P 1Z'2."J,4Iy 'nD,h1 -1 MRS, McCURRY'S HOME ROOM PRESIDENT W.. .,...,.,. , ...., ------., SECRETARY AND W' is Faye Evelyn McCulloch Viola Lowe Gerry Long Not in picture: ll L - 1 - Anil? I 44691. Lumix Jimmy Norton Sue Nuchols YQ Serry Long Bettye Pa Glenn Orr ,ij ' liobby n -am 'lin :V ,N 24 MISS PROFFITTS HOME RGOM ' PRESIDENT----- .......... - ....,...,. ---..,--., ,.,, Edwin Trundle VICE-PRESIDENT ---- ..... - ...........,,...,, em--. Homer Stinnett SECRETARY AND TREASURER.,.---s-,-.- ...... Sue Worrell Dean Potter Ruth Thompson 'Curtis Smith Eleanor Willbanks Sue Worrell John Teffeteller Sara Margaret Vawter Ivan Worrell Thomas Watkins Betty Lou Walker Evelyn Usry Fdwin Trundle Marie Potter Jimmy Russell Homer Stinnett Mary White Bill Varnell Charles Walker Not in picture: Faye Shook 23 Syl' X N TMW gf if s X . 'Q ' , Sophdmores, you have now reached the half-way mark in the ladder leading to your graduation. The first three rungs no doubt seemed far apart, but the farther you advance the closer they will seem to grow. You are now upper classmen with outstanding achievements to your credit. Your past record, given below, shows that you are indeed capable of suc- cessfully filllng your new, important position. Number of Sophomores enrolled .......... M ,,.. H ,.,,. ,. ,,,,..,,.,,,,,.,. 92 Number in the Band ,,,.M,..,,- .,,,,, W, ,i,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,m,,-,N--,, 7 Number on Boys' Basketball Squad,,,,m,mH-- ,,,,,,,, M ,,,, ,,.,,m,, ,-, 2 Number on Girls' Basketball Squad. ..,..,.., N -,,.,,-,, ,,,4 3 Number in Boys' Varsity Club ,M ,,,, -,, 5 V Number in the Choir ......., H .,...-, .....,, ,-,,,4- nlgl 4 Number on the Football Squad .-- ....., , ,,.,,.,,, -mmm 6 Number in the History Club .,,.,,,,,A ,mv ,,,,,,, F ..,,,,, Mm 1 Number in the Newspaper Club-, ........ N ..., -mn ,,,-,, Q ,,,, mu 4 24 WM' . m!Ae 54355 QQEZEQQZQWS fQl,w'wftfSSflfJ5fW' Aiwf-1 ww Qff+2 W Ml Off T5 WW WW mam Maw . vlllfzggw :f,,,f,,fj afQ,i SQL Z'f,,,,,,.,.,.fZ,.,.,M-4 ,M 1 MM, f JOM' S , , jfresbmen Hy, 7 l S CLASS OFFICERS i i if s , I x itil? My WW 1 JWMUDW E '-ZfQej41,,,f,C HOME ROOM" J Alice .........,... L., .......,... L-- .,., L ...,.. PRESIDENT I i Ollie Keller ----.. ..., , .... ,... - ---.---.,,--.VICE-PRESIDENT , ' Beth McCall -- .... -- ..... L.,-,-----SECRETARY-TREASURER Evelyn Hurst Alice Huddleston A Paul Gregory Q.: Pauline Law Bessie Lowe Roy ,Kramer Doris McDaniel Mildred Oliver Jimmy Hill D Ng-J Margaret James Miss Reed - George Lambert Q9 Louise Lloyd H Clifford Lawson Bobby Long Beth McCall Dickie Lane Ollie Keller Eleanor O'De11 - Ray Giles Gene King Q, Q X f XL 45, Kenneth Hall Xb A , ypf I f , ot in picture Boyd Helton xl' 'VW 0-add , Qtigfrffo' U' ,Ray Law V N, .WPgzyaf'6J,.,f!J 'KfE,4vJ ..b.AlfJ-r 6 W f up lv ,I -Vw' ,WI vjfa ,WV6 J Jrfflfb AA- WP' L0 ' I M 156 Aff 171W ir., f f W .faillllll all Aiwa' S .X rw. x E Li gs Y B 3 Q , - in ata Miss OTT'S HOME RooM E Q8 'H 'gil' 'U - ' . 1, . 66 Z F Junior Rueter --.,.-,-.---.-i ............ - ,.,,, , .,,,,,,,,,, P RESIDENT . Betty Buble ---- .... - -...... ....-.-----..N---.--,.VICE-PRESIDENT X Jimmy Matthews ..... -..,------SECRETARY-TREASURER N ati?-it ti Rosa Lynn Law Kathryn Payne Una Ruth Sparks Barbara Patterson Dorothy Jean Potter Betty Jo Smelcher Dora Evelyn Smith Eleanor Kramer Robert Proffitt Norman Moore James Quinton Keith Morton Betty Rlubae Jimmy Matthews g,unliorVRueter W1 ma .0 mson Not in picture Donald Myers ac , 3 g . aearww 26 ' ,- J 1 if W U55 ear if ww 5 J gasp, wif glam, E333 ywgjn' wit nr , 5 , , , 1 sfftjy, '15 fy' 5319,- A W ' Q ' ' Ge " ' '. . , - Qfg " S7117 5 ' Maiihlf' 'UM af, bww W 53 D QP W ' 4 ' 'l B L9 , ,f . 1 L Q I '..v,,,r1 if A I riff' 4, J-"" ax .E ' A Q2 M4 - awe -ff ffjfq naff " f Q g,a!a,6J 'Arif N H' H jf! ,E fa, 'D' .mfffl 1 IW gif ,w if 1" I L we Q :I BAKER'S HOME ROOM ' bil f rw VJ- ,ff , W ,L nfirffij 42 of J gif My 9st row-Joe 'Long, Joseph Clark, Ray Foster, Kenneth Fancher, Herman Allison. J f.4ff'V 2f11f3,5awvQ,!i1fa Gafnef, Juanita Bfeedell, Atchlex, Kathleen Franklin, Evan f' rife 'ja,jL,ffU,1, Qty'-Geclge, Janet Cummings, Louise Bryant, Jean Gregory, Helen Allison, Kathleen ji ' R j,,fe+' en ry. K, ,N Excl' 31Ld row-Margaret Ann Drake, Mary Hicks Virginia Davis, Reba Ditmore, Martha Har- JWUJ rison, Don Blackburn, Neal Burchfield, Winifred Davis, Jimmy Giffen, Franklin fx Coleman, Floyd Bryant, Chesley Anderson, Coach Baker. X Not in picture Elisha Bryant I . X Neal Burchfield W ..,, - ,,,. M ,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,...,-,,,,. PRESIDENT . " Elisha Bryant e,-e,.-.W .,..,... --c,-E,..-.v1cE-PRESIDENT ' in X Franklin Coleman ----------.SECRETARY sz TREASURER MW ,QB N EEO I, N , B W ' Qi N M it I . Q of FX Miss ROSS' HOME ROOM J Eli ,i an 1st row--Jean Sadler, Nancy Thompson, Nancy Jo Wright, Jean' Teffeteller, Dorothy Jean ' J Tipton, Joyce White, Irene Tedford, Irma Lee Whitehead, Miss Ross, B tty 50 V Ruth Ross. '. f 2nd row-Hilda Sterling, Jimmy Smith, Bill .Turner, Bill Stinnett, Darrel Tipton, Ji my lik ' Taylor, Fred Waggoner, Charles Whitehead, Jerry Williams, Marvin Whit ead, , Billy Shields. Q22 Fred Waggener .--- ..., -..--,---.--- ..... ..---..----.-PRESIDENT 'N B Jean Teffeteller --.WMM,-...,.---.VICE-PRESIDENT ' A I Nancy Jo W1-ight--..----E-,----,-..,SECRETARY ff- J, , Hilda Sterling ------,...E,,.-.-g.....--E'1'REAsURER wt' I Egg! ,eLfaQc,o 5 ' ' X jg,ij,:Q2fif2 QP 27 ,iw gg L hd ' X 'Z , . ' ' 4 Freshmen, you are now ready to climb on to the second rung of that lad- der Which marks your high school progress. You are no longer beginners at Maryville High School, but rather are patterns for the coming Freshmen to Watch and follow. And your first year's record, both in total number en- rolled and participation in school activities, shows that the coming class must be an exceptionally good one if they expect to follow closely in your footsteps. . . . 'Below is the proof of the Freshmen's splendid record this year: Number of Freshmen enrolled .....,..... ------ ,--.. ..... ....-N---.....-w.. 115 Number in the Band ....... Q ..... -.n-.--- ..... --.. ......,...... -- .... F----------M 3 Number on Boys' .Basketball Squad---,- .. ...... -W ...... - .... --M-.--.-. 3 Number on Girls' Basketball Squad ....... -.---..-..--e ...... ---..-s..-- 2 Number in Boys' Varsity Club-.. .......... N ----.....--- ..,. --...----m 5 Number in the Choir.-- .... - ....... - .... - .... .... .. --....-..... .... -.. 2 Number on the Football Squadr .......... -------.-,,---Q.--N..--.------- 8 Number in the History Clllb..-- .......... - .. ....... -.-.--- ..-N-- 2 Number in the Newespaper Cluh....------ ...--..---- ...... 8 28 tbletiszs film.-1i1,g7n,vvf 422 5 fafwvvv COACH BAKER ? L! , 5451! if My lat-14739 Nl Wifi J 511' if f I 0 ' 1 i4, Q' l F K ' FOOTBALL TEAM 1 A row-Bobby Kizer, Robert Lindsay, Jimmy Wilson, Frank Shepard, Jack Young, Fred Morton, Jr., Homer Stin- ' nett, Jimmy Hill, Fred Waggener, Charles Aytes. 1 1 'X 2nd row-Roy Beaver, J. S. Henderson, Jimmy Russell, Otis Beaver, Mac Law, Roy Kramer, Bill Stinnett, Don King, Coach Renfro. 3rd row-Grant Sharp, Winfred Davis, Don Farmer, David Clark, Tommy Long, Raymond Keny, Lowry Holt, Knox Ramsey, Curtis Smith, Robert Roylston, Richard Roylston, Allen Law, Hoyt Mull. ' fu' MW Fred Morton ,.,.. -Ms .,......, ,-.--.cAPTA1N ' , Jack Young ..... ........ CO-CAPTAIN FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1944 Maryville 7 ...- - ...,.. ----,.- ............. - .... ---WW .... ..-----..-..,--. Etowah '7 Maryville 53 .... L -.-.-..--- ..... ----- ,..... -.- -..----.. Porter 0 Maryville 58 --.- .........., .-.--...--- ...... - ......... r- ............. Townsend 6 Maryville 20 .,,. .... - ..., - ., - ............ N.- ..................... --,.-- Everett 0 Maryville 21 ................,.. L-- ..... ---.--- ............. - ....... ---.-..- .... H ..... -MW ......... ---- A1003 0 Maryville 7 ...,,...., S-- ..,.., - .,.. g--.---.--------- ......... .---.,.------ ........ -.-.---.-...Ru1e 6 Maryville ,,-,,L... .......... ........ L ,.-- ...... --..-,- - ...., W.-- .,.,.... -..M ..... ...-..-..-- Mclviinn 0 Maryville .... - ........ - .... - .... - .... - .......... -... .... -,---,,s .... S .... ---M Rockwood 19 Maryville ..,. - ......,.. - ............ Stair 0 30 W 4 S g- 'WNU ' Dm . F UWUWDPRM 1 'lst row-Bobby Long, Jimmy Hill, Raymond Keny, Ollie Keller, George Lambert, Frank Shepard. 2nd row-Neal Burchfield, Charles Taylor, Richard Hamilton, Bill Stinnett. 3rd row-Junior Rueter, Hoyt Mull, David Clark, Buster Brown, Paul Gregory. 4th row-Coach Baker. BOYS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1944 Maryville 62 ,..,.,....,.....,.... .....,.... L .-L.LL.. Vonore Maryville 35 ...,.... LLLL .....,...... L ...., L--L ....... T. S. D. Maryville' 50 L-LLL LL .... LLL .......... LL Vonore Maryville 20 L ...... L .,...... LL- .... L ..:.. Etowah Maryville 34 LLL .,,., LL. L ..,...... .L ...,... LT. M. I. Maryville 33 ...L .... LL .,.,.....,... ..., L -LLL ,... . Porter Maryville 44 L ..e, L ...,.,..., L.L .... L. L ..... Oak Ridge Maryville 37 LL .,..,,,..,.........l....,.,............,. L- Lanier Maryville 23 LL..LL .... LLL .,.. LLLLLLL .... L-- Norris Maryville 28 ...... L LL.-- ..... Townsend Maryville 26 .,,...., LL .... L. ....... LL.- Etowah Maryville 20 -LL ..., L .L ......,.... ..,....... L Kingsport Maryville 38 .......... LL .... L -L-L.L-Oak Ridge Maryville 35 LLLLLL .... L ,.., LLL .....,. L ..,.... L Alcoa Maryville 57 LLLL ....,,..,..... L- -L-L-LL,L Lanier Maryville 30 LLLLL-LL .,,, L.L ....,.... LLLLLL Norris Maryville 36 -.-LL-.L--LL-L...L ..... Friendsville High Maryville 34 L--LLL-L..LL,L-LLL ,,,,. P01-ter 32 26 20 49 40 28 21 20 24 16 27 27 26 20 16 23 47 37 Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville Maryville 49 33 18 33 28 37 30 38 16 18 28 23 27 22 30 38 30 .LL ........ LLT. s. D. Everett Friendssyiller Academy L.L.L.L.LLL-LL-LL.L Townsend McMinn City LL---L-LL.L-.--L-. Walland Central LLLLL .... L.LL ..... Friendsville High -L-LL.L ...... L-L.-.L ............ L ....... Everett LLLLL.T. M. I. LLL ..... -.-L ...... LL .... L ..... Morristown LLLL--L.L.LL.-L--LL-.-- Erwin LL .... L.-.L-LLLL.L.LLL-LL- Kingsport --.LLLLL ...... L..L .... L--LTenn. High LL.L.L.L....--.-.-L-Johnson City --.- .... - .... -..-L.--LLL .... LLLLLL--- Alcoa District Tournament 25LL-LLL-.Everett 27 21 33 24 22 39 29 26 48 27 36 16 32 29 28 39 36 27 UW? . D, 124119562 792 MQW all X all lfgg 1st row-Betty Jo Clemens, Eleanor Willbanks, Frances Shepard, Roberta Willbanks, Dorothy Jean Potter. 2nd row-Louise Smith, Billie Sue Henderson, Greta Cruze, Imogene Keller, Blanche Holt 3rd row-Ruth Taylor, Faye Shook, Grace Boring, Louise Huffstetler, Faye Pope. 4th row-Coach Baker. A3-iw 4, i Frances Shepard ------.---- - ......... -..-..--,.---CAPTAIN A Faye Pope .... - ..... .... - .-.CO-CAPTAIN 01 lo f . . '-all ,, 4 ' l f3l? QJMMWN GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1944 la wi 08, Maryville 40 --Mm---W-,MW .,., N ,,,,, W, Vonore 31 Maryville 16 --------4----.-----.Friendsvi1le High 15 Maryville 23 M ,,-, M n,,,-,, W, mm- ,,,,, ,,,,,,g1', S, D, 21 Maryville 27 ---- .... ----..-.- ..... ...---2--.-- Porter 29 Maryvillel 30 W, ,L ,,.. 4,.4.,,, ....... L- ....... vonore 33 Maryville 41 --- ,.... --- ....-. 4 ...... - ----- m-T- S. D- 23 Maryville 51 --,--,--,h, l-1-M--,n-M-,,,,-n Etowah 45 Maryville 33 ..... - --4 .... - ...... ---.. .......... . Everett 46 Maryville 32 mx ---- w -lllql M H .,,: ,W pol-ter 34 Maryville 42 --- ........ ,...----Friendsvil1e Academy 24 Maryville 24 L--- Lu-, ...,, -,- ----4,--- Lanier 34 Maryville 36 4- -------------- 4--M------W Townsend 35 Maryville 28 .... ,.--..., .... -.-W .... ----..- Townsend 32 Maryville 31 --.-- ,... L--....--.---.-, .... .Lenoir City 25. Maryville 33 --,..... ...... .............Q...-... Etowah 23 Maryville 9 --..,----L.-L..-L.--.-.----,,,,- Walland 23 Maryville 29 .......... -..,..4.-... Alcoa 26 Maryville 24 --- ........ - ..,,.. 4-.-..Friendsvi11e High 25 Maryville 35 ....... L .......... .... - -....... .... ..- Lanier 33 Maryville 19 .......--.-L---.-.---4.--L-..,.,, Everett 34 Maryville 48 - .... ,....... .... ............................. Alumni 28 32 Qwgani ations N o school is complete Without its organiza- tions and extra-curricular activities. School I life in this particular is not neglected at -' Maryville High School as the following pages show: 4 as -x ' Q by -f J L V' 1' J J 'W at iff - Wjfff 7 r f .' ji! , x .-" -q ' - A 1, F J ll ff .. J? ff 5 '- 'mf -fy. J U W Q!! Jai! 9 fi A I cf 4- W T32 J 35.13. M: ,if WJ af' rf av? r ,yi f' ,J offggiiff' gfi'J'fyffy ,2f Elf "J up 5 .. W1 r w, fe v fn'-. , Q . J ,V 1 'L ,f Rbaff A 1 S. i l r...if'? fa or-.ZFX Y O lst row- THE BAND Charles Greene,. Louise Smith, Eleanor Willbanlcs, Houston Goddard, Guy Badgett, Katherine Smith, Anne Rueter, Opal Robertson, Mr. C. W. Gould, director. 2nd row-Rella Anderson, Roberta Willbanks, Mary Annis Beals, Barbara Sullivan, Margarette Andrews, John Watts, Bobbie Jean Hamby, Louise Huffstetler, Nancy Renaker, Eugene Hamilton. 3rd row-Joann Gooch, Jimmy Smith, Richard Roylston, Charles Aytes, Eugene McCampbell, Milburn Waters, Richard Hamilton, Harold Hunter. 4th row-Wanda Williams, Betty Jo Teffeteller, Alice Sue Nuchols, Willie Jo Morton, Floyd Hamilton, Dorothy Lane, Dickie Lane, Jerry Walker. 5th row-Jeanne Bryant, Katherine Stooksbury, Sarandrew Delozier, Dorothy Vawter, Jean Teffeteller, Sara Margaret Vawter, Eleanor Hightower, Kenneth Bean, Winston Henry, Jr., Bill Shields. Cth row-Nancy Burchfield, Robert Roylston, John Sterling, Charles Huffman, Mary Donna Hale, John Sterling, President, Houston Goddard, Vice-President, Jeanne Bryant, Secretary, Barbara Sullivan, Treasurer. wbnwdiagiafth 0,7 THE CHORUS lst row-Laverne Law, Elizabeth Robinson, Joyce White, Betty Baker, Verna Henry, Sue Worrell, Charlotte White, Mr. C. W. Gould, director. 2nd row-Junior Garner, Hilda Sterling, Opal Robertson, Fanny Smith, Ruth Russell, Jean Coada, Martha Harri- son, Ivan Worrell. 3rd row-R. B. Wayman, Don King, Fred Morton, Charles Taylor, Jimmy Wilson, Milburn Waters, John Landers. Llrh row-Allen Law, Curtis Smith, Raymond Keny, Byron Hall. A Charles Taylor, President, Byron Hall, Vice-Presidentglbeggy Howell, Secretary-Treasurer, Miss Garnet Manges, Accompanist. 34 L x . i 1 1 BETA CLUB lst row-Houston Goddard, Mrs. McCurry, Shirley White, Elizabeth Cravvibrd, Mary Annita Seals, Nancy Renaker .Jane Carrmger, Dorothy Vawter, Mildred Orr, Wilma Breedlove, Hella Anderson, Kenneth Bean. 2nd row-livfnd' flaynes, Faye Fone, Jo Carriziger, Jean Coada, Charles Huffman, Betty Lindsay, Ruth Taylor Jenn Gzbson, Barbara Sullivan, Harold Hunter. iilldred Orr -L ,... LL., .... me ,,...,. .,.,, , ,-.L-.--.PRESIDENT Elizabeth Crawford Ll,,,--, ,,,, W.,,,-,.,,VICE-PRESIDENT Dorothy Vawter ..,......,............. - ........ - .,.... - ,,,, -,SECRETARY, Houston Goddard .-.- ,,,..... -., ,... W, ,,,,..,,.,.,,,.,,rr TREASURER r . . FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS GF AMERICA lst row-Dean West, Betty Baker, James Roberts, Don Farmer, Mary Williams, Louise Blackwell, Margarette Andrews, Louise Smith. 2nd row-Jonnie Shipwash, Marjorie Duggan, Martha Freeman, Mary Catherine Gregory, June Stinnett, Mary Etta Myers, Mrs. Wine. Louise Smith .---.- .... ..---.---..-.--L-- .............. PRESIDENT Martha Freeman .--- .......... - ........... MVICE-PRESIDENT Don Farmer L-..---.---.. ......,.. ------4 ........ SECRETARY Mary Williams .L ...,,,... -.- ..,..... -- ll.... TREASURER 35 9 Mi' ,ffl '47 ffwffwy at J ,,,.5..2v . A-7 sd -Xi gf M F3 J D of 2, at I!! M9 Q Mlfixllj YW? f E!!! 2' ?5wi.f,-sd ' Dmfkfj T51 U "jg, fa,w"! ' fiifjiffiif' A J ,y I f fl", M - 11 , f fy 6 wt" fl MQ Jlff' , A gf l if Jig! U7 VV ffl 6 ' ' NEWSPAPER CLUB 1st row-Betty Jo Teffeteller, Jeanne Bryant, Mary Annis Beals, Mildred Goudelock, Barbara Sullivan, Martha Freeman, Lucy Prater, Mrs. Wine, Katherine Smith, Dorothy Vawter, Nancy Renaker, Mildred Orr, Betty Crawford, Rella Anderson. 2nd row-Junior Rueter, Marjorie Duggan, Jean Teffeteller, Louise Lloyd, Janice Stevens, Shirley White, Eliza- beth Crawford, Jane Huddleston, Peggy Cummings, Beth McCall, Betty Ruble, Ruth Taylor, Elizabeth Gillespie, Nancy Cates, Fanny Smith, Jimmy Hill, Dickie Lane. 3rd row-Frank Shepard, Wanda Williams, Betty Lindsay, Bobby Long, Harold Hunter, Roy Kramer, Charles Huffman, Eugene McCampbe1l, John Sterling, Bob Brown, Mary Evelyn Brown, Jean Gibson, Hous- ton Goddard. Katherine Smith .,.-- .,.,.,, N..- .... -,.-.,,,.EDITOR Ruth Taylor ............ ........ A SSGCIATE EDITOR DEBATE TEAM u lst row-Harold Hunter, Margarette Andrews, Mary Annis Beals. 2nd row-Mrs. Badgett, Richard Roylston, Robert Roylston, Ruth Taylor. M- 36 ,flaw , z,7nd7,,,,,,AZMraw., ,gba-Z W4 A 741.94 3,41 y! A-gawwfj' HISTORY CLUB lst row-Katherine Stooksbury, Jean Teffeteller, Nancy Burchfield, Shirley White, Rella Anderson, Charlotte White, Alice Huddleston, Jean Gibson, Margarette Andrews. 2nd row-Barbara Sullivan, Dorothy Lane, Jane Huddleston, Helen Minton, Eleanor Hightower Lois Pickens, Jean Morton, Wanda Williams, Mildred Orr, Elizabeth Crawford, Nancy Renaker, Dorothy Vawter. 3rd row-Jane Carringer, Frances Shepard, Betty Jo Teffeteller, Ruth Taylor, Katherine Smith, Lucy Prater, Betty Lindsay, Ruth Carter, Nancy Cates, Elizabeth Gillespie, Mary Annis Beals, Mildred Hancox, Edith Merle DeLaney, Mary Donna Hale. Mary Donna Halen.- .......... -. - ................ -PRESIDENT Jackie O'Dell -,.---,-,.a ..,....... --,---.VICE-PRESIDENT Dorothy Vawter ...... - ..., M-.- .........,.,,.........,....... SECRETARY Betty Jo Teffete1ler---l.,. N-,,---.-,a,---.TREASURER DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS 1st row-Edith Potter, Mary Helen Pierce, Dorothy Weagley, June Patton, Wilma Breedlove, Helen Keeble, Jackie O'Dell, Irene Stanfield. 2nd row-Bill Campbell, Shirdy Trentham, Don McCammon, Paul Keeble, Charles Greene, Minnis Roberts, Bobby Clemmer, Cecil Lewis, Mr. Mann. Shirdy Trentham - .... ---- ...,. ,.-.--.---.----M-.PRESIDENT Wilma Breedlove -.---,., ..... - .... L.. .... V ICE-PRESIDENT Jackie 0'Dell - .... -.--..--..---.---.,--.--,.---SECRETARY Helen Keeble ...---.g.--.--..----.--W..- ......-. TREASURER 37 4.60 . A Z, kill!! ,P THESPIAN CLUB 1st row Harold Hunter Houston Goddard, Paul Floyd 2nd row Guy Badgett Ruth Carter, Katherine Smith Betty Jo Teffeteller Ruth Taylor Jean Gibson Mildred Orr Elizabeth Crawford, Roberta Willbanks Mrs Badgett 3rd iow Wanda Williams Marjorie Duggan, Betty Lindsay Elizabeth Gillespie Jeanne Bryant -- Faye Pope - .... -- Jean Gibson -..- Lowry Holt BGYS VARSITY CLUB lst row Allen Lat Do King, Raymond rieny Jimny H111 David Claik Frank Shepard Ollie Keller Mac Law Timmy Russell. 2nd row Jimmy 'wilson Charles Taylor, Hoyt Mull Otis Beaver Don Farmer Grant Sharp Bill Stmnett Fred Grant Sharp PRESIDENT Rfflymond Keny VICE PRESIDENT Jimmy Wilson., SECRETARY 85 TREASURER h r isements The Senior Class of Maryville High School Wishes to show its appreciation to the business enterprises and individuals Who, through their contributions, have made this annual possible. As a small act of gratitude for their interest and support, please read the following pages and pa- tronize the advertisers. 39 COMPLIMENTS OF PARKS-BELK MARYVILLE'S NEWEST DEPARTMENT STORE Home of Better Values P Compliments Compliments I of of COURTESY UNITED JEWELRY SERVICE STATION COMPANY JEWELRY AND LUGGAGE n Next to the Park Theatre Compliments of ' THE FJ. 8z K. STORES THE HOME OF WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRICAL APPLANCES Groceries - Fresh Meats School Books--And A Complete Line of School Supplies "We Appreciate Your Business" R 40 WELCUME MARYVILLE STUDENTS Make Penney's Your Shopping Headquarters Throughout The Year At Penney's You Will Find Quality Merchandise At Prices That You Can Afford oU'rF1'rTERs FOR WHERE BLOUNT THE ENTIRE COUNTY sHoPs FAMILY U nn.vm.,, AND SAVES! J. o- 'UU' ' C0mP1im9UfS Compliments of of of BLOUNT HOTEL PINEHURST FARMS T' A' ROYLSTON, Prop' Broilers - Fryers - Hens MAJESTIC JEWELRY WEST SIDE CQMPANY 0 SERVICE STATION JOHN P. LINDSAY HOME OWNED AND OPERATED Gulf Gasoline and Motor Oils Jewelry For The Complete Lubrication Graduate Clean Rest Rooms-Tourist Service B Cl d 607 E. Broadway Maryville, Tennessee Mlgrtvgiy MAI?I,Z1YEEi?g CLYDE H. KING COMPANY DEALER IN USED CARS Harper St. Maryville, Tennessee Telephone 401 "If the firm is right the deal can't be wrong" 41 BOND-WOOLF 8z COMPANY INCORPORATED ' MANUFACTURERS LUMBER OAK-FLOORING Wholesale Only A l' t Compliments Comp lmen S of of GILES CLEANERS BYRNE DRUG COMPANY Congratulations ' Compllments To the Graduates of BROADWAY CAFE W. B. CARRINGER COULTER'S RESTAURANT OPEN ALL NIGHT SCHOOL Sz OFFICE SUPPLY CO. STATIONERS Q . .OFFICE OUTFITTERS . 407 West Clinch Avenue. KNOXVILLE, TENN. TELEPHONE 3-7145 STERLING COAL oo. "THE STORE OF QUALITY AND SERVICE" PHONE 224 i DEPENDABLE SERVICE Quality Block, Nut and Pruden Stoker Coke and Coal C. H. STERLING ' GUY C. STERLING "Be Sure With Pure" LANE AUTO SERVICE Specializing In Weaver Wheel Aligning Service , 409 East Broadway Maryville, Tennessee General Repairing Automotive Service Phone 73 43 CRAWFORD 8z CALDWELL HARDWARE Garden Supplies - Paints BOWER'S, INC. . Knoxville Comphments of Distributors For CLARK'S FLOWERS RAWLINGS ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT Spot Bilt Shoes Complgments "Just a little better" DeLOZIER INSURANCE WILLIAMS AGENCY E DRY CLEANERS "Complete Protection" 44 WILLIAMS BROTHERS Manufacturers of FLOUR, MEAL, and FEED 152 East Main Street Maryville, Tennessee Exclusive Representation Congratulations for Knoxville and To the Graduates Vicinity . . . From STEINWAY WURLITZER KIMBALL Clark Bros. Piano Company "Knoxville's Finest Piano Store" 706 S. Gay St. Dial 2-3533 Gay at Wall , KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE MARYVILLE .MACHINERY Co. MCCORMICK-DEERING FARM EQUIPMENT International Motor Trucks Harper Ave. Maryville, Tennessee 45 l The Hope Brothers Co. "Knoxville's Oldest Jewelers" A CO, DIAMONDS - WATCHES - JEWELRY "Come in - Weill Trade" Engraved Cards and - Announcements Phone 650 Maryville, Tenn. 613 Market Street Let Us Help You Follow the Road of Systematic SAVINGS to Colnpllments Financial Independence of - First Federal Savings and , M BB S CAFE Loan Assoclatlon and of Maryville BAKERY MARYVILLE, TENN. Insured Home Savings Loans MCCAMPBELUS CREAMERY ' GRADE A PASTEURIZED ' DAIRY PRODUCTS You Can Whip Our Cream But You Can't Beat Our Milk Phone 189 Harper Ave. '46 RAWLINGS-NHLLER Compliments of Funeral Home Home of Courteous and Efficient - Blount National Bank Service phone 1411 The Bank of Personal 915 W. BROADWAY Service Compliments of MILLER'S MUSIC SHOP The IN KNOXVILLE Maryvllle Ice 85 C031 Co' For Your Musical Needs Congratulations to the Balcony Phone 3-1121 Senior Class WASHINGTON and HIGH A SERVICE STATION LANE,S GROCERY ESSO PRODUCTS GROCERIES-MEATS We Specialize In WASHING, WAXING AND LUBRICATION Broadway at Magnolia We Call For and Deliver P Phone 1063 Phone 1801 Maryville, I Tenn. OSCAR C. SHIELDS, Operator ' 47 Compliments of SPENCE SHOE CO. J. M. NICELY Foon MARKET Cates and Stanley Sts. . Ph 804 - Quality Footwear one Our Aim . . . Complete Satisfaction 430 Gay Street Knoxville, Tenn. , Compliments Compliments of of Stanberry's Food Market 110 Washington Ave. Phone 130 DRAUGHON'S .BUSINESS COLLEGE KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE You-All-Ways+Welcome At The Compliments of . of WHITE STAR CAFE C It , G h Bill Edmunds, Mgr. Phone 9140 er S , Compliments Compliments of of Of SERVICE BARBER SHOP PEOPLE'S STORE 43 :- WE SAY There is No Substitute for Made-to- Measure Clothes. Prices? Exactly what you want to pay. - Stop in and see a most remarkable Assortment of Spring and Summer Suitings. SEATON,S TAILOR SHOP Office Phone Residence 1656 1019-J - Compliments . of COLLEGE CLEANERS GEO. GARNER, Prop. 206 High Street Maryville, Tenn. Phone 612 Bierley's Funeral Home "To Serve Humanity Better" Ambulance Service - Day or Night Telephone 1310 MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE "We Invite You In" KIMBALUS-JEWELERS 429 Gay Street KNOXVILLE, TENN. UNITED WE STAND . . . Business Training Costs So It Means So Much Littlz- Compliments At of .Ar1 1iQ"fJ - ' ' . "m1iQim"i1U1' Service Beauty Shoppe Where You Then You Learn More Earn More FQR Sam H. McCammon Roy E. Ammons Better Used Cars MCCAMMON-AMMONS VISIT K 8z E MOTOR COMPANY Funeral Home MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE Phone 345 49 7 , Have Your Car Sinclairized At Your Nearby Sinclair Dealer SIN CLAIR REFINING CO. C. V. MORTON, Agent POLL PARROT SAYS ., . Compliments .5 G. Sz F. GRILL Home of Wonderful Food -1 Ask Joe and Felix For Shoes ' SHOEMAKER'S SHOE STORE SULLINGER'S BATTERY SHOP Official Willard Serviee Station BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL REPAIRING Telephone 119 N 50 ? 7 CO1'I1pllH16I1'CS "You Can Charge It at" of CARLS' Amos 81 Andy Motor C09 MARYVILLE'S SMARTEST STORE You Are Invited To Call On FOR MOE? MONEY HITCH RADIO SERVICE AT ANY TIME Radio Sales and Service Maryville Savings 8: Loan , , Tel. 699 MARYVILLE, TENN. Corporation Phone 796 H. K. MILBURN Plumbing, Heating, General Repairing Sheet Metal Work Compliments of Kathryn's Beauty Shoppe GAMBLE BUILDING Phone 1665 MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE A MARTIN'S DRUG STORES No. 1 NO- 2 128 BROADWAY 201 WASHINGTON Phone 44 Phone 264 51 Compliments of ROYAL .IEWELERS COMPLETE GAMBLE BUILDING OPTICAL DEPARTMENT , MARYVILLE "It's Easy to Pay the Royal Way" FOX FLORIST FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 1977 MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE FRANK CHANDLER SERVICE STATION TIRES REPAIRED AND RECAPPED 24 Hour Service , STATION No. 1 STATION No. 2 Phone 103 Phone 9146 THE WEBB STUDIO KNOXVILLE SPORTING GOODS CO and Wholesale arid Retail f Character Phone 3-2212 710 South Gay Street Photos of Permanency 220 College Street MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE ' KNOXVILLH TENN- 52 Compliments Compliments of of "Beautiful Dr Cleenin - - D Aslg Your Blileighborf Compliments Maryville Dry ClC3Il6I'S NORTON HARDWARE CO. MARYVILLE, TENN. Compliments of Whatever you are going to paint there's a VALSPAR finish for the job! 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