Powell High School - Panther Yearbook (Powell, TN)
- Class of 1950
Page 1 of 96
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Text from Pages 1 - 96 of the 1950 volume:
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POWELL'S Ill SCll00L
We, the Class of '50 present to the student body and
faculty this another volume of the Panther, with the wish that
it will bring back many memories. During our high school
days we have been linked together by classes, tradition, and
school spirit. The turning of these pages will show a typical
year at P. H. S.
WE ll0N0ll MII W W M0lllllS
We the Class of 50 respectfully dedicate this volume of the Panther
sterling character has left on our lives a lasting influence and has won in
o.1r heart a place of esteem and love
to our plrincipal, Mr. W. W. Morris, who, by his wise leadership, and his
STAFF Fill! 1950
Editor ,,.. .
Assistant Editor .....
. Imogene Bayless
Business Manager . .,.,....... ...,..,,..... C . M. Clifton
Advertising Manager . .. .. . .,... ..., ,....,., L . C. Jenkins
Assistant Advertising Manager , , . ..,... Robert Vandergritf
Historians , . .
Betty Wells and Katie Lyons
Reporters ,. ..
Mildred Collier and Jo Ann Falks
.. Marjorie Wright and
' . ...... Fannette Edmondson
Mrs. Grace Ross
Circulation Managers ., . .
Artist ,. . ,.,,
We wish to express our appreciation to the students for their efforts,
to the faculty for their help and kind consideration, to Mr. Mays for his work
on the pictures, and to Archer and Smith Publishers for their many hours
of skilled work to make this annual possible.
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MRS. FLOY STEINER BELL
Attended L. M. U., Tennessee Teacher's College
University of Tennessee B.S.
Member of Pi Lambda Theta National Honor
Advisor Speech Club ' Q
Advisor Y-Teens f V
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MRS. ANNE SHARPE COWARD
2086 E. Fifth Avenue
Attended University of Tennessee
MR. JOHN ELKIN
University of Tennessee B.S.
Sponsor of Freshman Class
Advisor of Letter Club
MR. H. J. FOWLER
Sponsor of Junior Class
Advisor of F, F. A.
University of Tennessee
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MR, A. G. HAWORTH
Carson-Newman College B.S.
MRS. PATRICIA HUNTER
7l7 Caldwell Avenue N. E.
Attended Berea College and University f
Adviser Library Club
MRS. ELEANOR S. MCCASKILL
20 Maplehurst Park
Marshall College A.B.
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MR. W. W. MORRIS
Carson-Newman College B.A. M.A.
University of Tennessee M.S.
MRS. AMY ARMSTRONG MOYERS
l809 Avondale Road
University of Tennessee B.A.
of Spanish Club
of Beta Club
of Hi-Y Club
MRS. LOLA OUSLEY
Powell, Route l, Tennessee
Attended University of Tennessee
of 4-H Club
of Executive Club
MR. AARON .PRATT, JR.
6lO0 Manchester Road
Memorial University A.B.
Physical Education and Health
MISS BARBARA RHODES
Attended George Peabody College
Attended University of Tennessee
MRS. GRACE B. ROSS
Attended University of Tennessee
Maryville College B.A.
Member of Delta Kappa Gamma National
F. H, A.
Future Teachers of America
MR. ELMO C. SNELL
602 Piedrnont Street
Randolph-Macon College A.B.
Attended University of Tennessee
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By Carl Amann
We'll remember the days at old Powell High,
For the end is coming fast, drawing nig
These wonderful days, though they are
ln time to come, will be in memories lore.
Are we through? ls it o'er? Are we don
Indeed we are not, we've just begun. '
We'll reach the top, we've just begun.
We'll climb the ladder rung by rung.
But as we wind our separate way,
We will think of other days-
Days we spent at old Powell Hi-
Yea, it's hard to say goodbye.
. Charles Roach
Mrs. Grace Ross
"ln the race of life he will not be behind."
Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Amann, Route l,
F. F. A. I-2-3-45 Speech Club 45 Who's Who in
Senior Class 4.
"Good nature is the beauty of the mind."
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bayless, Route l,
A Transfer from Central 35 Junior and Senior
Banquet Committee 35 Y-Teens l-45 Executive
Ctuu -+5 Girls Cnorus 3-45 Library Club 45 Music.
3-45 Annual Staff 45 Candidate for queen 35
Variety Show 35 All State Chorus 3-45 State Fes-
tival 35 Latin Club 25 Who's Who In Senior CIass5
"There is only one way to be happy, that is to
make somebody else so.'
HELEN LOUISE BLACK
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Raymond L. Black,
Knoxville, Tenn., Route 2.
Home Economics Club l-25 F, H. A. 45 Library
Club l-2-35 Speech Club 45 Y-Teen 45 Civics Club
l5 Basketball 3-45 Class Tournaments 3-45 Cheer-
leader 45 Jr. 8- Sr. Banquet Committee 35 Wh0's
Who in Senior Class 4.
"For where there's a will, there's a way."
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bledsoe, Route l,
Home Economics Club l-2-45 Basketball 25 Library
Club 45 Secretary of Library Club 25 Girls Chorus
I-2-45 Music5 Club 45 All State Festival 25 F. H. A.
45 Y-Teens 4.
"Silence sweeter is than speech."
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bowman, Route l,
Home Economics Club l-25 F. H. A. 45 Chorus 25
Music Club 3-45 Y-Teens 45 Style Show 25 4-H
Club l-25 Girls Chorus 35 All State Music Festi-
val 35 Who's Who in Senior Class 4.
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"Her ways are ways of pleasantness."
WINSTON LORETTA BULLEN
Daughter of Mr, James Bullen, Route 2, Powell,
Home Economics l-2-45 F. H. A. 45 Reporter of
Sophomore Class5 Class Basketball Tournament 2-35
Beta Club 2-3-45 Treasurer of Beta Club 35 Secre-
tary of Junior Class5 Queen of Junior Class, F. H. A.
Song Leader 45 Style Show 25 Variety Show 35
E. T. E. A. 35 State Festival 3-45 Executive Club 45
Vice President of Executive Club 45 Y-Teens 45
Secretary of Y-Teens Club 45 Business Manager
of Annual 45 Secretary of Music Club 45 Music
Club 3-45 Junior and Senior Banquet Committee 35
Mixed Chorus 3-45 Operetta 45 Girls Chorus 2, 35
Sextette 2-3-45 Cheerleader 3-45 Who's Who in
Senior Class 45 Letter Club 4.
"Her voice was ever gentle,X soft, and low, an
excellent thing in woman."
MARJORIE ANN CAMPBELL
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Campbell,
Home Economics Club l-2-35 F. H. A. 2-3-45
Library Club Secretary 45 Y-Teens 45 A transfer
from Rutledge High School 45 Who's Who ln Senior
"Friendship is love without wings."
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charle: Capps, Central
Avenue Pike, Powell, Tennessee. '
Home Economics Club l-2-45 Home Economics
Club President l5 Secretary 2-45 Girls Chorus l-25
Music Club 4: E. T. E. A. 25 Mixed Chorus 25
All State Festival 25 Beta Club 3-45 Beta Club Con-
vention 35 Class President 25 Class Secretary 45
F. H. A. 45 Who's Who ln the Senior Class 45 D.A.R.
Award 4. Program Chairman of Y-Teens 4. Library
"lf it be a gentleman and a scholar ye seek,
ye have found him."
CHARLES M. CLIFTON
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett R. Clifton, lO5 Heather
Lane, Knoxville, Tennessee.
Beta Club 2-3-45 Beta Club Vice-President 35 Beta
Club President 45 Radio Club l5 Basketball I, '25
Secretary of Radio Club l5 Baseball l, 25 Letter
Club l-45 Basketball Tournament 25 Beta Club Con-
vention 35 Junior and Senior Banquet Committee 35
Annual Staff 45 Hi-Y Club 45 Chaplain of Hi-Y
Club 45 Officers Club 45 Who's 'Who in Senior
"There is no past as books shall live."
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Collier, Route 2,
Home Economics Club l-2-45 F. H. A. 45 Music Club
45 Library Club l-2-3-45 Officers Club 45 Annual
Staff 45 Y-Teen 4.
"Of what should a man be proud if not his friends."
BUDDY LEE COOPER
Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Cooper, Heiskell,
Beta Club 3-45 F. F. A. I- 2- 3-45 Football 3-45
Basketball 3-45 Who's Who in Senior Class 45 Letter
Club 4. '
"lt's the song you sing and the smile you wear
That's a-making the sunshine everywhere."
NANCY RUTH COOPER
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cooper, 248 Okla-
homa Ave. N. E., Knoxville, Tennessee.
Home Economics Club l-25 Song Leader of Home
Economics Club 25 F. H. A. 3-45 Style Show 25
F. H. A. District Style Show 35 Mixed Chorus
l-2-3-45 Music Club l-2-3-45 Vice President of
Music Club 45 Girls Chorus l, 35 Sextette 3-45
E. T. E. A. Chorus 2-35 T. E. A. Chorus 3-45 East
Tennessee Music Festival 25 Operetta 45 Queen of
Freshman Class5 Associate Editor of School Paper
35 Beta Club 2-3-45 Program Chairman Beta Club
35 Secretary Beta Club 45 Beta Club Convention
2-45 Junior and Senior Banquet Committee 35
Editor Annual 45 Speech Club 45 Reporter of
Speech Club 45 Cheerleader 45 Y-Teens 45 Execu-
tive Club 45 Office Moniter 45 Who's Who in Sen-
ior Class5 Salutatorian 45 Letter Club 45 Future
Teachers Club 4.
"Honor lies in honest toil."
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cox, Route l, Powell,
F. F. A. l-2-3-4.
"Men of few words are the best men."
Son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Duncan, Route 2,
A transfer from Stair Tech High School 25 Baseball
25 Football 3-45 Vice-President Junior Class5 Pres-
ident Letter Club 45 Hi-Y Club 45 F. F. A. l-2-3-45
"B" Basketball 2.
"Her friendliness and artistic touch, To all have
meant so very much."
FANNETTE DYKE EDMONDSON
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Dyke, Knoxville,
Home Economics Club 2-3-45 Sgt. Arms F. H, A.
35 F. H. A. 2-3-45 Music Club 2-35 Girls Chorus 25
Mixed Chorus 35 Annual Staff Artist 45 Y-Teens
45 Y-Teens President 45 Executive Club 45 Gab
Club 45 Junior and Senior Banquet Committee 35
Style Show 35 Variety Show 35 Who's Who in Sen-
ior Class 45 Operetta 45 Class Artist 4.
"Smile and the world smiles with you."
Son of Mr. and Mrs, Olen Evans, Route l, Powell,
F. F. A. l-2-3-45 F5 F. A. Basketball l-2-3-45
National Convention of F. F. A. 3-45 State Con-
vention of F. F. A. 2-3-45 Asst. President of
F. F. A. 25 Vice-President of F. F. A. 3-45 Foot-
ball 2-3-45 Radio Club I5 King of Junior Class 35
Vice-President of Senior Class5 State Farmer of
F. F, A.5 F. F, A. Dairy Cattle Judging Team
2-3-45 Co-Captain F. F. A. Basketball 35 Hi-Y
Club 45 Who's Who in Senior Class 45 Letter Club
"Better to learn late than never."
5 TED FORTNER
Son of Mrs. Eva Fortner, Route 2, Powell, Ten-
F. F. A. l-2-3-45 4-H Club l-25 Music Club l-4.
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever."
JO ANN FULKS
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Fulks, Powell, Ten-
Home Economics Club 2-3-45 Style Show 25 Music
3-45 Girls Chorus 3-45 Annual Staff 45 Y-Teens 45
Junior and Senior Banquet Committee 35 Execu-
tive Club 45 Gab Club 45 Library Club 3-45 Variety
Show 35 Mixed Chorus 3-45 State Festival 35 Who's
Who in Senior Class 45 Operetta 4,
"Enjoying life and my friends as l find them."
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs, F. H. Harbin, Route 2,
F. H. A. 45 Style Show 25 Home Ec. Club I-2-45
Y-Teen 45 Annual Staff 45 Lt. Safety Patrol 45
Junior and Senior Committee 35 F. H. A. Repre-
sentative to Farragut 25 Eight years perfect attend-
ance5 Executive Club 4.
"A rare goodfellowf'
WILLIAM CLAUDE HATMAKER
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hatmaker, Route I,
F. F. A. 2-3-45 Baseball I-2-3-45 Football 2-3-45
Captain of Football 25 Basketball l-2-3-45 Vice-
president Hi-Y 45 Letter Club I-45 Assistant Vice-
President F. F. A. 35 Co-Captain of Baseball I5
Hi-Y Club 45 4-H Club l-25 F. F. A. Camp 3-45
Who's Who in Senior Class 45 Letter Club I-2-3-4.
"Health is a blessing many cannot buy."
LORA STELLA HUBARD
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hubard, Route I,
Home Economics Club I-25 Library Club l-2-3-45
Chorus 25 Music Club 3-45 Basketball 2-3 Class
Tournament 35 Y-Teens 45 Gab Club 45 Style Show
25 4-H Club l-25 F. H. A. 3.
"He hath a heart as sound as a bell."
' L. C. JENKINS
Son of Mr. L. A, Jenkins, Route l, Knoxville, Ten-
Class President l5 Letter Club I-2-3-4' Secretary
and Treasurer of Letter Club I5 Basketball I-2-3-45
Football 2-3-45 Sgt. at Arms 35 F. F. A. Camp 35
Baseball 2-3-45 Annual Staff 45 Executive Club 45
Hi-Y Club 4.
"lt's better to give than to take."
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Lyons, Powell, Ten-
Home Economics Club I-25 F. H. A. 3-45 Library
Club 2-35 Girls Chorus I5 Glee Club 3-45 Executive
Club 45 Annual Staff 45 Y-Teens 45 Style Show 35
4-H Club I-3.
"lf you have knowledge let others light their can-
dles by lt."
Daughter of Mrs. Mary Mann, Powell, Tennessee.
Home Economics Club l-2, Style Show 2, Home Ec-
onomics Treasurer 2, Library Club l-2-3-4, Beta
Club 2-3-4, Class Treasurer 2, Y-Teens 4, Execu-
tive Club 4, Basketball 2-3, Softball 2, Class Bas-
ketball Tournament 2-3, Girls Chorus 2, Valedic-
"To be polite is to do and say the kindest things in
the kindest ways."
Son of Mr. and Mrs. A, F. Massey, Route 2,
F. F. A. l-2-3-4, Football 3, Class Reporter 4,
F. F. A, Basketball l-2-3-4, F. F. A. President 3-4,
F. F. A. State Vice-President 4, F. F. A. Delegate
to Kansas City 3-4, Speech Club 4, Radio Club l,
Hi-Y Club 4, Who's Who in Senior Class 4, Letter
"To be trusted is a greater compliment than to
Son of Mrs. F, M. Meredith, Route l, Powell, Ten-
F, F. A. l-2-3-4, Treasurer of F. F. A. 3, F. F. A.
Basketball l-2-3, Football 3, Hi-Y 4, Treasurer
of Senior Class 4, Carnival King 2, Who's Who in
Senior Class 4, Letter Club 4.
"No better than he should be, but very good,"
A. J. McBEE
Son of Mr. 81 Mrs. Clarence McBee, Heiskell,
Tenn., Route l.
F, F, A. l-2-3-4, F. F. A. Basketball l-4, Football
3-4, Music 2. Glee Club 3-4, Science Club l, Hi-Y
4, Letter Club 4.
"How tar that little-candle throws its beam, So
shines a good deed in a naughty world."
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Myers, Route 2,
Home Economics l-2, F. H. A. 3, Style Show 2,
Y-Teens 4, Glee Club 3, Girls Chorus 3, Library
Club 4, Basketball 4, 4-H Club 3-4.
"The World is looking for the man who can do
something, not for the man who can explain why
he didn't do it."
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn E. Parker, Knoxville,
Tennessee, Route l.
F. F. A, l-2-3-4, Radio Club l, Who's Who ln
the Senior Class 4.
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"I am bigger than anything that can happen
Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Prater, Route l, Powell,
President ot Hi-Y Club 4' Beta Club 4' F. F. A.
2-3-4' Football 3-4' Baseball 3' F.F.A. Basketball
4' Letter Club 4.
lt is nice to be handsome but it is a great deal
handsomer to be nice
Son of Mr and Mrs Bert Proffitt Powell Tennes
see Route 2
F A l234 GabClu
When the fight begins within himself a man
VERLIN E RIDINGS
Son of Mrs Helen Ridings Route l Powell Ten
A I 2 3 4 Gab Clu
No true and permanent Fame can be
except in labors which prom te I nappiness
Mr and Mrs Wallace E Roach Central
Pike Knoxville Tennessee
Cu 3 Boys Glee Club3 F F A124
Junior Class 3 Football 3 4 Basketball
Jr and Sr Banquet Committee 3 Treasurer of
F A 4 President of Senior Class 4 President
Gabsters 4 Chairman of Father and Son Ban
quet F F A 4 Variety Show 3 Baseball 3 Whos
Who in Senior Class 4
It is not by a man s purse but by his character
that he is rich or poor
Son of Mr and Mrs L C Strange Route I Dante
tba 24 FFA I 234 Letter Club 4
I am unaware of anything that has a right to
called an impossibility
Son of Mr and Mrs F P Vandergritf Route
Secretary of Freshman Class I Vice President
Sophomore Class 2 President of Junior Class
Vice President of Speech Club 4 Gabsters Club
4 Pressdent of Music Club 4 Glee Club 34
E T E A Chorus 3 All State Chorus 2 President
of Executive Club 4 Radio Club I Basketball I 2
3 4 Baseball 2 3 Football 2 3 4 Hi Y Club 4
Operetta 4 Junior and Senior Banquet Committee
3 Annual Staff 4 Sports Editor of School Paper 3
Variety Show 3 Mixed Chorus 2 3 Who s Who in
Senior Class 4 Basketball Class Tournament I 2 3
4 East Tennessee Music Festival 2 Beta Club 4
Letter Club I 2 3 4
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A smtle for all a welcome glad
Daughter of Mr and Mrs H A Washam Route
2 Powell Tennessee
Home Economucs I 2 Style Show 2 YTeens 4
Speech Club 4 Gnrls Chorus 2 Music Club 4 Ll
brary Club 4
Make the most of yourself for that IS all there
us of you
Daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Welgel Route I
A Transfer from Carter Hugh 2 Home Economics
I 2 3 Style Show 2 4 H Club I 2 3 4 Presnden
of 4 H Club 2 Reporter 4 Officers Club 4
Y Teens 4
The same today and forever
FLOSSIE OMEKA WEAVER
Daughter of Mrs W E Weaver Route I Powell
F H A 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Captain Basketball
4 Softball 2 3 Varsety Show 3 YTeens Vlce
Presrdent 4 Executnve Club 4 Musrc Club 3
Basketball Tournament 2 3 4 Junlor and Senlor
Banquet Committee 3 Gnrls Chorus 3 All State
Chorus 3 Glee Club 3 Llbrary Club I 2 3 4 Vol
leyball 4 Home Economics I 2 Whos Who In
Senlor Class 4 Letter Club 4
My busmess ns not to remake myself but to make
the best Of what God made
BETTY LOU WELLS
Daughter of Rev and Mrs W C Wells Route I
Musnc Club 34 Music Club Treasurer 4 Girls
Chorus 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 Gsrls Sextet
234 East Tennessee Musrc Festrval 24 All
State Chorus 3 Beta Club 2 3 4 Y Teen Reporter
4 Y Teen 4 Annual Staff 4 Library Club I 2 3
4 Lrbrary Club Presldent I .lunuor Sensor Banquet
Commuttee 3 Executlve Club 4 Class Reporter I
3 Home Ec Club I Letter Club 4 State Chorus
4 Manager of Gzrls Basketball Team 4
Nothing can brrng you peace but yourself
MARJORIE ANNETTE WRIGHT
Daughter of Mr and Mrs M A Wright Powell
Crvncs Club I Home Economvcs Club I 2 4 Style
Club I F H A 4 Executlve Club 4 Speech Club
4 Secretary Speech Club 4 Banquet Commrttee
YTeens 4 Llbrary Club I 2 Varrety Show 3
Small In stature but large ln heart
GLENA MAE WEST
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy West Powell Ten
Library Club 2 3 4 Basketball 2 4 F H A I 2 4
Home Ec I 2 Y Teens 4 Basketball Tournament
2 Muslc Club 3 4 State Festuval 3 East Tennes
see Musuc Festival 2
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Aprul I I 60
Multu mulluonaure Franklun Massey has uust com
pleted a tour of the Unuted States and South Ameruca
He has made the journey un hus pruvate car druven by
hus chaffeur Carl Amann and accompanued by Wanda
Weugel who won the trup for her fune work un the
4 H Club Lora Hubbard who decuded to leave her
Mother Hubards Baby Suttung Servuce un the hands
of her assustant and Gwndolyn Washam who os now
wrutung the book Interestung Men I Have Met
These fuve are found dunung tonught wuth a party
of old classmates at Maruorue Wrughts Cafeterua
Charles Roach who us now owner of the famous Roach
Stores that are located un all parts of the Unuted
States us doung the honors of toastmaster honorung
the travelers who take turns tellung about theur ex
peruences Let s lusten un as they talk
Franklun We have seen about all of our old
classmates on thus trup I certaunly never expected
to see Ralph Cox on Paraduse Island South Caro
luna searchung for the Fountaun of Youth I
wasn t at all surprused to fund A J McBee un
Orlando Floruda Iookung over hus large cutrus
fruut orchard Before we left A J loaded our car
wuth several kunds of fruuts whuch we enjoyed
as we were druvung along the hughway
Wanda I felt a luttle up set when we got to
Baltumore and vusuted Chuef Surgeon Imogene
Bayless at Walter Reed Hosputal She looked so
Carl When we stopped at East Sude Baptust
Church I was surprused to see Betty Wells chour
durector and Flossue Weaver soloust Flossue
wrestles un her spare tume I dudnt know they
were such lovely gurls
Wanda I dudn t expect to see anyone I know
at Lake Erue I was astonusher to fund Juanuta
Myers head of the gurls 4 H Club and we had a
wonderful tume exchangung udeas Whule we were
there Donald Proffutt came up for a vusut wuth
Juanuta Donald told me he was Presudent of
Lonely Hearts Inc at Grand Rapuds
Gwendolyn The maun people that unterested
me were the ones who helped me un wrutung my
book You know whule un Washungton I was lucky
enough to see and talk to Presudent James Evans
servung hus furst term on the Duxuecrat Tucket
Wuth hum were hus legal advusor James Prater
and hus secretary Bettye Capps
Lora Dud you see Glena West guvung druvung
lessons to Wunston Bullen Evans9 I thought She
would have learned to druve before she got to
the Whute House
Franklun Hollywood was my favorute spot
sunce I wanted to see some pretty gurls I had thus
opportunuty when I went to Carrolls Chunese
Restaurant to see the famous band leader Bull
Hatmaker I was more unterested to fund that
Katue Lyons was an understudy of Betty Grable
I wasnt surprused to see the guest performer
Swoonnatra Verlun Rudungs at the same restau
.unt who can stull hold the ladues spell bound
wuth hus meloduous vuoce
Wanda Speakung of surpruses' lmagune mune
when I saw Betty Bowman comung out of the
door of a funeral home over whuch hung the sugn,
Betty Bowman s Mortuary
Lora I thunk I had the most fun when I vus
uted Muldred Colluer s Canteen for Lonely Servuce
Men un Norfolk Vurgunua Her slogan us Come
un uf you are lonely and have on a unuform One
of the men told me about seeung Wanda Bledsoe
now a Spanush dancer un Mexuco
Carl Well some of old classmates surprused
me when I found theur occupatuons I was amazed
to fund Ted Fortner worlds strongest human after
takung Charles Atlas super muscle buuldung
course and Loretta Bales tught rope walker par
formung at Georgua State Faur un Atlanta
Frank It dudn t surpruse me at all to fund C
M Clufton owner of the largest publushung com
pany un the Unuted States pruntung all the hugh
school annuals un Battle Creek Muchugan He de
cuded he wanted to know the busuness when he
was a senuor un hugh school
Carl The Unuversuty of Southern Calufornua us
fortunate un havung Robert Parker as Dean of the
College of Enguneerung
Lora Jummy Duncan us also an unstructor un
Southern Calufornua He has changed hus tactucs
now and us unstructung the teachers on the sub
uect tellung the students off
Gwendolyn Have you been readung Eluzabeth
Harbuns artucles My Day whuch are runnung un
the Knoxvulle Journal Recently she had an ar
Charles You know Fannette us makung a
handsome salary at commerclal art
Lora Well What about Nancy?
Frank Nancy us sole owner of a dress shop on
Fufth Avenue and us usung Powell Hugh School
graduates as her models
Lora I stopped by to see Helen Black coach
ung basketball at the Cuty Hugh School Induan
apolus Induana She claums an undefeated record
among hugh schools un the state of Induana
Gwendolyn Dud you know that Maruorue
Campbell has been honored by Governor Brown
ung for her outstandung Servuce to the Natuonal
Red Cross Maruorue was a verutable source of
unformatuon She says that Mae Mann Butcher
has establushed a nught school at Powell for the
benefut of the students who luke nught Iufe best
Franklun We have left out one of our class
Lora Who us ,thus7
Franklun Robert Vandergruff he us second
baseman for the Brooklyn Dodoers
Charles I suppose you have heard the latest
news un Powell Buddy Cooper and Lloyd Strange
are un charge of athletucs at Powell Hugh School
Maruorue But dud you know that Clyde Mere
duth was elected mayor at Powell last week and
that Jo Ann Fulks us edutor of the Powell Dauly
Announcer My' But thungs have been happen
ung to the l95O grads of Powell Hugh School It's
wonderful to hear about them agaun
Frank And thus us an opportunuty to tell each
one about the other
Announcer Thus us statuon PAL of Powell Tenne
We Put Them Up In Style see sugnung off
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Our hugh school days mught well be
compared to a game of ball whuch uf you
ut well y u wun, uf you play ut u
Early un September l946 we the Senuor
class of l95O assembled at Powell Hugh
School to begun our game There were ahead
of us four long years whuch to us seemed
remote and far unto the future yet we were
eager to play the game and make our scores
We organuzed as any group would do
What an organuzatuon the Freshman Team'
Mrs Eleanor McCaskull and Mr B F Evans
coached us that furst year and called the
game accordung to the rules L C Jenkuns
was elected presudent to hold the team to
gether and to unform us of our progress
Frank l-lerrell was selected as vuce presudent
to assust L C un putchung a good game
Robert Vandergruff attended our funances
whule Betty Wells furnushed the press wuth
our scores and accomplushments
Algebra and Englush were to be over
come and then cuvucs home economucs
scuence and agruculture We dud not struke
out on these although there were many
foul balls called Soon we began to feel
that there were sugnals to learn and plays
to put unto actuon We gradually took form
and developed unto a wunnung team
When the Freshman year came to a
close we found that our records and aver
ages were beyond what had been antucu
pated We had run even past furst base
To make the score a luttle more note worthy
we entertauned a raduo and scuence club
and had sponsored Edmond Roberts and
Nancy Cooper as kung and queen candu
After a bruef peruod for rest we pre
pared for another stretch the Sophomore
year Wuth the seasons return un I947 we
found that several of our players were muss
ung namely Irene McElroy Barbara Bowen
Harold Bowman Edward Moore Jeanette
Paunter Edmond Roberts Bull Sharpe Eve
lvn Ledford Wuth fewer people we knew
that we would have to work even harder
Team work must have developed to a greater
extent thus year because belueve ut or not
we passed economucs and geography
No wonder we dud so well wuth such
sponsors as Mr A G Haworth and Mr Wull
J Swafford and such offucers as Bettye
Capps and Robert Vandergruff presudent
and vuce presudent resoecflvely Ruth Bur
oun secretary Mae Mann treasurer and
Wunston Bullen reporter We scored a
home run when Ruth Burgun became carnu
val oueen our Sophomore vear
lt seemed that we had been on the
players bench onlv a few munuutes when we
fo' nd ourselves anturunatunq the thurrl base
The Junuor Year Now we could slude on
thurd' Englush agaun and home economucs
musuc cnemustry Spanush agruculture and
typung We must meet these qualufucatuons
We grabbed up our mutts and gloves We
must go We must wun thus game Quuckly
we elected offucers and sponsors Robert
Vandergruff presudent Jummy Duncan a
new comer vuce presudent Wunston Bullen
secretary Charles Roach treasurer Betty
Wells reporter L C Jenkuns sergeant at
arms umpure and coach Mr H l- Fowler
and Mr Aaron Pratt It was not long before
we duscovered that agaun we had lost several
players who had euther struck out or jouned
other teams Lawrence Copeland Muldred
Cassidy Luna Fortner Paulune Gentry Bar
bara Jean Berney Betty Hutchunson Ralph
Mulls and Betty Jo Rogers
Added attractuons that year were the
sponsorung of Wunston Bullen and Jummy
Evans as carnuval candudates the Junuor
Varuety Show and the Junuor and Sensor
Banquet Our scores were so hugh thus year
that the chuef umpure Mr W W Morrus
thought that they were umportant enough
to be recorded on a card even to Mrs Mc
Caskull s Englush grades
The fourth year brungs the bug round
up What wuth speech arts specual themes
play practlce class meetungs pucture mak
ung the Junuor Senuor Banquet and grad
uatuon we have only a luttle tume for oc
casuonal studyung ln spute of these hunder
ances to effectuve functuonung we can
report a year that us satusfactory from many
pounts of vuew Our senuor year has been a
At the very begunnung of our senuor
year we knew that our most capable leaders
were needed so we chose Charles Roach as
presudent Jummy Evans qualufued as vuce
presudent Bettye Capps as secretary Clyde
Mereduth treasurer and Franklun Massey
reporter As sponsor Mrs Ross coached us
un smooth play cooperatuon and sportsman
The games seem to have been played
un swuft successuon of events and now that
the year us alomst over we are lookung back
ward at the mustakes we have made yet
lookung forward to what the future may
hold For after thus season us completed the
curtaun wull fall the team of l95O wull dus
band and each wull choose an unduvudual
game of Iufe
All hustory us a story of gradual develop
ment We have taken a few steps un the
rught durectuon possubly bequnrinq to walk
and fallung pretty often yet we have been
able to catch a qlumpse of the possubulutues
of a hugh school educatuon We trust that
a oreater performance us un store for us as
each member of the class of 50 launches
out to hus separate thrullung adventure
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LAST WILL AND TLSTADIILINT
State of Tennessee
County of Knox
Cnty of Powell
We the l95O Senlor Class of Powell
Hrgh School belneved to be of sound mlnd
and Ilmlted lntellngence declare thus our
flnal Wlll and Testament makung vold all
To the prlncupal and faculty we be
queath our sincere thanks and apprecuatuon
for thelr help In our years of hlgh school
and our hopes that as promxsung a senlor
class will emerge next year
We bequeath our honorable tltle Dug
nrfled Seniors our abundant knowledge of
English and history and our excellent study
hah 'ts to the Junrors
We bequeath the sportung sparlt of dear
Powell Hugh School to the Sophomore Class
We bequeath our shyness and our abrlrty
to appear lntellxgent to the Freshman Class
To all future Seniors we bequeath our
pleasant memorles of the lunch room the
study hall the class play the Junior Sensor
Banquet and all the varrous and sundry class
We bequeath the length of the hall
from the cafeterra to Mr Morris offrce to
Franklln Rhyne who seems usually to be
To Pete Campbell Jnm Painter Leo
Cooper and all other boys who have crew
harr cuts we leave the plnkung scussors ln
the Home Economrcs department
To T L Frne we leave the slldlng door
to the agrucultural department and only
hope that he can get from beneath It n
To Lovetta Hurst we leave the unex
cused permit stamp In the offlce
To Bob Norman we leave the bulletrn
board wlth all nts announcements data and
We Flossle Weaver Helen Black and
Glena West bequeath our abrlrty to play
basketball to Kathleen Massey Betty Barley
and Jeanne Loy
We Nancy Cooper Wlnston Bullen
and Helen Black leave our swrshy cheer
leaders skrrts to Brrdre Lee Cooper Gerald
une Headrrck and Barbara Kelso
Upon the class of 5l we bestow the fol
lowvng personal possesslons
I Carl Amann hereby will my standzng
as Corporal In the Natronal Guard to Wayne
I Imogene Bayless leave my fruendll
ness to Barbara Webster
I Helen Black leave my athletuc abllrty
to Pearl and Betty Wyrrck
I Wanda Bledsoe Leave my talkatrve
ness and grqgles to the Sexton twlns
l Betty Bowman leave my qulet ways to
Jo Ann Dew and Dons Worsham
I Wlnston Bullen leave my beautlful
smrle to Trula Poston Smale Trula
I Marlorle Camobell leave my ravlshrng
eyes to Joyce Ann Cooper
I Bettye Capps leave my secretarual rob
to Mrldred Sharoe
I C M Clifton leave my blond halr
to John Nelson
I Muldred Colller leave my way wath Mr
Pratt to Bettv Rhodes
I Buddy Conner leave my abrluty to play
basketball to Woody Evans
I Nancy Cooper leave the secretarys
office to Betty Kelso and Iva Lou Muse
I Ralph Cox leave my contlnual Ioaflng
to Marcus Keeney
l Jlmmy Duncan leave my ablllty to
tell the teacherl, off to Gerald Schadd
I Fannette Edmondson leave my way
of persuasnon to Don McConnell
I Jrmmy Evans leave my good looks
and my way wnth the women to Newtle
I Ted Fortner leave my ablluty to sleep
In all classes especnally rn hrstory class to
I Jo Ann Fulks leave my ablllty to
cook to Olga Taylor
I Eluzabeth Harbln leave all the Junror
Boys rncludung Blll Easterday to Norma
I Bxll Hatmaker leave my book How
to Wln Fruends and Influence Teachers t
I Lora Hubard leave my chewrng gum
and my art of popplng It to Wilma Wolfen
I L C Jenkrns leave my flve easy rules
on how to sneak out of football practlce to
I Katle Lyons leave my dlgnlty and
quiet dlsposttlon to Johnavee Gray
I Mae Mann Butcher leave my left over
proposals to Louise Gibson
I Franklln Massey leave my walk and
my lumber legs to George Gouns
I Clyde Meredlth leave my handsome
look to Dale Taft
I A J McBee leave my flne he man
Glen Brock to Gene Black
I Juanlta Myers leave my slze to Bar
bara Armstrong and Barbara Hollingsworth
I Robert Parker leave my smllunq blush
which I rnherlted last year from James Jen
nrngs to Sammy Cooper
I Jlmmy Prater leave my guarding ablll
tres un football to Dan Cooper
I Donald Proffrt leave my heught to
Carl Rhodes and Harry Fersner
I Nerlrn Rudlngs leave my beautlful
talkung volce to Marvnn West so that he may
charm Mrs Bell
I Charles Roach bequeath all my bust
ness affalrs to Jam Palnter
I Lloyd Strange leave my cave man style
of playung football to Charles Nix and
I Robert Vandergnff leave my atten
tuons to Wawanna Cameron
I Gwendolyn Washam bequeath my
love for handsome men to Dot Black
I Flossse Weaver leave my wonderful
knack of tyornq to Edith Ford
I Wanda Wergel leave the 4 H Club to
I Betty Wells leave my Beta Club sen
lorrty to Jama Ruth Tlpton
I Glena West leave my blythe and care
free cha m to Roberta Weaver
I Marlorue Wrlqht leave Brown s Rest
aurant to Rhoda McMulIan
Lastly we do hereby apoount Mr H J
Fowler as our sole executor In wntness
whereof we herebv set our hand thus 76th
day of May N nptpon Hundred and Frfty
SENIOR CLASS OF l95O
Mrs Grace Ross
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President J um Pamter
Treasurer Wulma Wolfenbarger
Secretary Joyce Cooper
Reporter Norma Johnson
Sponsors Mr Fowler and Mrs Hunter
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President Bobby Easterday
Vlce presndent Jewel Moyers
Secretary Leroy Ashe
Treasurer Bobby Bayless
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Mary Jane Porter
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Willie Mae Williams
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Sponsors Mr Elkms a
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Mary Ruth Armstrong
Martha Jo Blair
Betty Jo Cooper
Birdie Lee Cooper
Mary Frances Col
Mary Ann Davis
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Betty Jo McCarty
Jo Ann Price
Bettie Sue Scarbrough
Zella Mae Shoffner
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Ain't love grand? . . . Ain't he sweet? . . . Oh! my dogs . . . Sun grins . . . Look at that hat! . . . Sittin pretty
Three's a crowd . . . All dressed up and nowhere to gc . . . The gang's all here . . . Up in the air . .
myself . . . Extras on your weekly beauty calendar . . Can this be you? . . . Shine on . . . Face value.
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MRS OUSLEYS 8TH
Bobbue Jean Brennan
Mary Sue Cooper
Bully Joe Fnne
Mary Jean Muller
A C Myers
MRS. COWARD'S 8th
Emma Lynn Carpenter
Eula Pearl Duncan
Mayme Lee England
G. W. Fortner
Ronald Van De Griff
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BEST ALL AROUND BOY
THE D. A. R. WINNER
Bettye Capps, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. C. O. Capps, was aptly
chosen the winner of the D. A. R.
Award by the senior class and the
faculty. The following qualifica-
tions were determining factors in
the choice of Bettye as the D. A. R.
winner: Dependability, Service,
Leadership, and Patriotism,
BEST ALL AROUND GIRL
Sponsors Mrs Ousley Mrs Bell Mrs Ross
The Executive Club rs an orgamzatnon of offlcers from
the various classes and clubs of the school The purpose of
thus club IS To support and honor the school In all :ts efforts
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The purpose of the Gab Club IS to develop assurance and self confidence
when speakang before a group of people The group actuvutues are the presen
tation of plays choosnng of good movues and traunvng In democratic assocs
dergruff Vlce Presudent Maryorue Wrlght Secretary 81 Treasurer Norma
lohnson Parlnamentaruan and Nancy Cooper Reporter
ation. The offilcers of the club are: Charles Roach-Presidentg Robert Van-
Mrs AmyA Moyers Sponsor
The Natlonal Beta Club rs a non secret achxevement servlce organlzatnon
for hlgh school students Its objectives are to encourage effort promote char
acter stimulate achievement and to encourage and assrst students to con
trnue their educatnon after hugh school
The purpose of this organization us the promotron of the Ideals of hon
esty, service and leadershlp among hugh school students
The officers ofthe club are C M Clnfton Presldent Dons Worsham
and Joyce Cooper Program Chaurman
Bethe Bond Emma Brown Nancy Brown Wunston Bullen
Bettye Capps C M Clufton Buddy Cooper Joyce Cooper
LaVerne Cooper Nancy Cooper Bull Easterday George
Golns Alvnn Haworth Freda l-lembree Norma Johnson
Betty Kelso Delcue Ledford Mae Mann Kathleen Massey
Jewell Moyers John Nelson James Prater Mnldred
Sharpe Betty Solomon Jama Ruth Tnpton Robert Van
dergrlff Betty Wells Wilma Wolfenbarger Dorls
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The Soannsh Club consusts of all students taknng Spannsh Its purpose as
to create more Interest among the students In Spanlsh speaking countries
This years offlcers are Norma Johnson Presldent Doris Worsham Vice
Presldent Betty Kelso Secretary Margaret Dram Treasurer Joyce Ann
Alvln Haworth John Nelson Gerald Schaad John Frazler
Ronald Wnlson Ednth Braden Juanlta Braden Peggy
Bradley Maude Branch Emma Brown Nancy Brown
Joyce Ann Cooper LaVerne Cooper Margaret Dram
Freda Hembre Lovetta Hurst Norma Johnson Betty
Kelso Irene Lakin Jean McCampbell Mnldred Sharpe
Betty Soloman Dons Worsham Mary Jean Schaad
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The purpose of this club ss to sponsor a greater :nterest among the stu
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and to fmprove the library servlce of the school
Wawanna Cameron Presldent
Pearl Wyrlck Vlce presldent
Marjorne Campbell Secretary
Jama Ruth Tnpton Treasurer
Betty Wyruck Reporter
Mr John Elkins
The purpose of the Letter Club is to promote good will between this and
other schools To foster good sportsmanship within the P Club member
To promot good sportsmanship of any contest between P H S and other
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Tune: When I Grow Too Old To Dream
Refrain, Valse lento Cslowlyl
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When we leave our s oo? dear We.'l1 have you to r mem- ber-.
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Motto expresses the purpose of the club
We work together for better and happier home hte for everyone We
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Mr, H. J. Fowler-Advisor
The Motto' Learning to do doing to learn earning to live living to serve
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Mrs Ousley Sponsor
The purpose of thus club IS to prepare the members to be better home
makers There are flfty four members
Presndent Emma Brown
VICE Df9SId9f1f Jewell Moyers
5eCfefafY Wawanna Cameron
Treasurer Betty Barley
Repoffel' Wanda Welgel
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Presxdent Robert Vandergrmff
Vlce presndent Nancy Cooper
Secretary Winston Bullen
Treasurer Betty Wells
Socnal Chasrman Joyce Ann Cooper
Reporter Wawanna Cameron
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Mrs. Stella Duggar
Mrs, Willa Dean Cooper
Mrs. Edith Rhodes
Miss Bernice Rhodes
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Mr. G. M. Rhea Mr. Jim Neubert
Mr. Leon Dawson
Mr. Homer Edington
f Mr. Rupert Lewis
Mrs Floy Bell and Mrs Grace Ross Advrsors
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physccal mental and moral aspects of a gurl s lute The offlcers are Fannette Edmondson
presudent Flossle Weaver vlce president Wxnston Bullen secretary Wawanna Cameron
Treasurer Norma Johnson and Imogene Bayless Sergeants at Arms and Betty Wells R
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Joyce Ann Cooper
J. C. Bradley
First String Backfield-
J. C. Bradley
Mr. John Elkins
O. D, Hatmaker
Jo Ann Jesslman
Jo Ann Dew
Betty Wells and Imogene Bayless Managers
John Elkuns Coach
Flossne Weaver Captann
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Elizabeth Harbm Ca,-I Aman, Jlmmy Prater Wawanna Cameron
Perfect attendance record Publlcafloq of 0,-,gmal poem Publncatuon of orlgunal poem Head Cheerleader of 49 50
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CIINTEST POEM 0F
By Carl Amann
When pumpkins are braght and yellow
When all the leaves have gone to rest
And apples re bag and mellow
Ah' Yes In the fall of long ago
How well I stall remember
How mother used to snt and sew
Before the glownng embers
The days of chaldhood now are o e
But the memories wall always last
Ot fall and harvest tnmes of yore
Those dear old days forever past
Thus poem was a wmner of space an the Natlonal
O D Hatmaker
A J McBee
Games Won 7
Games Lost 4
M H J Fower
THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
By Jimmy Prater
Why IS he not precnous when he IS old
As the antlques so dear In your household?
Those chalrs that pannel case can ne er be so
Because they re more to you than purest gold
These jewels have wlthstood only mans hand
But that staunch fruend whom tame as bendmg low
Has weathered many storms on sea and land
No matter how the wmds of lsfe would blow
He who always cheered you on a r lny day
Who shuelded you from danger by the way
Now has passed beyond that tume of lute
When he could cope with problems In great strife
Should tnme the value of the aged erase
Whule worthless thmgs we hold an our embrace7
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1037 North Central Avenue
WEEKS DRUG STORE
1200 North Central
PHONE 3 3153
PHONE 2 1136
MANAGER Ms Ca olyn B Bullen
SCOTT ELECTRIC COMPANY
Ho ace V neya d Elbert V neyard
VINEYARD TRADING CO
ualety Furniture For Less
Appla ces West ghouse Rad os
JOHN F LONAS
Plumbing and Heating Company
726 728 Lamar Street
POST OFFICE BOX 295
T L FINE GROCERY
FRESH MEATS 81 VEGETABLES
3158 N Central Ave
We Deluver Phone 5 3341
IDEAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
Gene al Electrc Products
FIXTURES WIRING ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
PHONE 3 4105
420 Unlon Avenue
Cannon s Auto Upholstery
Auto Glass Installed
WAYNE FEED-SEEDS-JPOU LTRY SUPPLIES
AMCO FEED STORES
116 East Jackson Ave
3162 North Central Ave
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MEATS GROCERIES FRUITS VEGETABLES FEEDS
CLINTON HIGHWAY POWELL EX 9511
Knoxvlllo Counoll lll Busmoss Schools
Thorough Buslness Tralnlng Pays Large Dlvldends
The Success You Aftaln Depends on Your Traunung
We the members of the Knoxv Ile Councl of Bus ness Schools recommend that yo
choose an establ shed business college that has proved tself through years of successful
standard courses of mst uctlon and reasonable rates of turt on
Busmess execut ves of thus great ndust al a ea ecognuze the drplomas of these member
schools as certlf cates of p ohc ency and achlevement
For ful particulars communicate wnth any or all of the member schools
DRAUGHON BUSINESS COLLEGE
KNOXVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE
NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
All Members Are Accrednted Schools And A Centrally Locaterl
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Mr G M Rhea
Mr 8. Mrs Games Herrell
Muss Barbara Rhodes
Mr 8. Mrs H H Barnes
Mr 81 Mrs J B Campbell
W H Taylor
Mrs Helen Fme
Judle B Lay
Mrs Thelma Elknns
Mr James Beeler
Muss Zola Hemphull
Mrs Barbara Smnth
Mrss Mary Campbell
Bully Fred Peters
Brenda 81 Lmda Bunch
Mrs Margaret Hook
Mlss Flora Byrd
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Mrs Frank Norman
Mr 81 Mrs Roy Lambert
Mr 81 Mrs Paul Buckles
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S C Compton
Mrs C P Brennan
Mrs Bertha Cooper
Frank E Johnson
81 Mrs Ed Edmondson
Walter W Wells
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Mrs Clrfford Bell
Emma Lynn Carpenter
Mr A G Haworth
Mr J W Moon
Mrs Eugene Boyd
Mrs A H Boyd
Mr J F Flanlgan
O B Mays
Mrs Hazel Cooper
Watson Beauty Shop
Knox Memorlal Co
Mr 81 Mrs W C Needham
J F Helms Jr
Mr 81 Mrs F C Curtls
Mr 81 Mrs R A Asbury
Mayme Lee England
The Cannon Famllles
Sharpes Super Market
Mr 81 Mrs J L Pettlford
F H McCloud
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BEAVER MOTOR AND IMPLEMENT CO
lnternatlonal Harvester Dealers on Farm Machinery
Diamond T Motor Dlstrlbutor
701 E JACKSON AVE PHONE 5 2143
thern Household Supply Co
B I L L S C A F E
Complete Home Furmshmgs
HOT PLATE NOTIONS DRINKS
DIAL 2 2253 Powell Statlon Tennessee
The Oldest Bank ln Knox County
I207-'I209 NORTH CENTRAL AVE. I I
LONSDALE FURNITURE CO
We Furnish Your Home Completely
Servlng Knoxville Knox and Adjolnmg Countles Smce 1923
JOHN M TILLERY Founder
Hollingsworth Bros Grocery KELLY TIRES
500 N Central Ave 1-:ish Sings?
Knoxville 17 Tennessee d
LONSDALE MEMORIAL woRKs C0"'p""'e"'S of
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PHONEy2 2562 Dual 2 4131 om Ave
FRANK A MCSPADDEN
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT T t T tt
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FIRE AND CASUALTY INSURANCE
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Frank A. McS adden, Jr.
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WASHING and GREASING
CONNER SERVICE STATION
Route No 1
BAUMS HOME of FLOWERS
Fowers to All The World By WIr
Say It WItl'I Flowers
Compl me ts of
ESSO Servlce Center
WASHING LUBRICATING 81 ACCESSORIES
Ball Camp PIke Knoxvnlle Tenn
PHONE 2 9476
Lmdsays Hardware 81 Varlety
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE
2506 N CENTRAL AVE
PHONE 2 0355
Elmer Nlckle Auto Servlce
2752 Western Ave Phone 2 4160
GENE DUTTON S GARAGE
COMPLETE MECHANIC SERVICE
Phone 2 4160
PHONE 2 8561
Herbert 81 Nlckle Furnlture Co
QUALITY POPULAR PRICES
1603 5 Western Ave
Knoxvllle 16 Tennessee
Roden Electrlcal Supply Co
RADIO AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
808 North Central at Broadway
Phone 3 0491
ANDERSON S CASH GROCERY
OPEN SEVEN DAYS
Mr 81 Mrs Archle Campbell
Auto Matlc Car Wash Company
501 3 5 K ng Street at Magnola Avenue
TELEPHONE 2 1584
Mr 81 Mrs S Jesslman
SELLAR S GRILL
B T ICE COMPANY
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HARDWARE ROOFING-I-IARNESS SADDLES
FIELD and GARDEN SEEDS
418 20 22 Walnut Street 3'l'l E Jackson Ave
Knoxville 2 Tennessee
B F GILL 8 SONS
JOHNS MANVILLE PRODUCTS
LUMBER MILLWORK PAINTS INSULATION
POWELL STATION TENNESSEE
Dlal 4 0771 Ext 'l6'l
Powell Stahon Tennessee
G R MOSER
CITY FURNITURE COMPANY
D SALES MANAGER
200 West Vme Street
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We Hope You Say It Wuth Flfuwe
And Say It Wlth Ours
SEARS ROEBUCK 81 COMPANY
1000 N Central Ave Phone 29611
KNOXVILLE SCHOOL OF
MRS WM LAWSON
405 Unlon Avenue Over Coles Drug
Store Corner Unlon and Market SI'
Knoxvllle Tenn Phone 3 9826
POWELL TELEPHONE CO
AMMONS FOOD MARKET
2413 NORTH CENTRAL
Lydno Mapes Wllhams Florlst
810 N BROADWAY
COURTESY QUALITY SERVICE
Corner of Mays Road 8- Cllnton Hwy
KNIIX SUPPLY COMPANY Inc
J I CASE FARM MACHINERY
FIELD SEEDS FERTILIZER DAIRY POULTRY 81 HOG FEED
128 S. MORGAN STREET
2-1 71 6 4-8747
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from E. Tennesseeis Largest Beauty School
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FINE WATCHES PERFECT DIAMONDS
W J HIENS JEWELER
Good Watch aklng
Phone 3 8017 424 Unnon Avenue
BLEDSO RADIO SHOP
Mrs Stella Duggar
Mrs Wnlla Dean Cooper
Mrs Edith Rhodes
KNOXVILLE PARKRITE INC
Park Wuth Safety and Dependabnlnty
IT PAYS TO SHOP AT
The Hub Department Store
29 West Market Sq
Serving You Slnce 22
EVANS DRY CLEAN ERS
Evons Beauty Shoppe
Phone 40771 Ex 'I35
GROCERIES and HARDWARE
ELECTRIC WELL PUMPS
ESSO GAS and SUPPLIES
S T I S
EMORY WINDOW CLEANER
Complete Ho e Office School Chu ch Hotel Com ecal and
Indust al Cleamng Walls Floors Wndows
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ROUTE I KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE
EMORY COAL COMPANY
R C A L W I L L B U N
ROUTE 'I KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE
TELEPHONE 4 7917 24 HOURS
McCLAIN MOTOR SERVICE
And AUTO SALES WASHING GREASING
WRECKER SERVICE ROAD SERVICE
NEW AND USED PARTS I SHAFER S SERVICE STATION
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
USED CARS BOUGHT AND SOLD TEXACO PRODUCTS
5 Mdes out Clinton Highway PHONE 63293 24 HR SERVICE
Knox,-,Ile Rouge 1 phone 40111 Chnton Hwy Rt 2 Knoxville Tenn
BRINIK IDE MILLS RETAIL TOIIE
- AII types of Dress Materials
Buy Dnrect And Save
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TELEPHONE 4-7917 24 HOURS
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THAT FRIENDLY BANK
Member of Federal Depcsnt Insurance Corporation a d
United States Depository
TELEPHONE 6 4481
Specnaluze rm Amerca
81 Chmese Food
OLIVER WRIGHT C0 Inc
HARDWARE FARM MACHINERY
FIELD SEEDS FEEDS and FERTILIZERS
Corner Patton 81 Willow Streets
TELEPHONES 4 3019 4 3010
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Mann Office Gay at Clinch
Fifth at Broadway Cumberland at Nineteenth
CHANDLER 8- CO Inc
LUMBER PAINT T A T E M OT E L
428 W DEPOT STREET
Route 1 Knoxville Tenness e
WEAVER FUNERAL HOME
300 Market Street
PR MPT A b I COURTEOUS
TI LLERY TH EATRE
PHONE 2 1121
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Hams Bacon Lord Sausage
Knoxvulle Sportmg Goods
710 South Gay Street
PHONE 3 2212
XCLJSIVE Ns GN DEALER
The Home of Nationally Ad e tsed Merchandlse
Geo ges Man Sto e and Home Cente
Qcfrucal Appl: nces
1ovs :port Go ds
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SHARPES SNACK SHOP
Powell Stataon Tennessee
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SMITH HUGHES COMPANY
FURNITURE AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
2602 North Central Street at Morella Ave
Yea ORANGE Yea BLACK
FIGHT EM BACK'
Wa Wa Cameron Head Cheerleader
Jo ce C e
GROCERIES FRESH MEATS
Phone 6 4614
GARRISON ELECTRIC CO
GENERAL ELECTRIC 8- GIBSON
907 N Broadway Phone 31763
Wnlkerson s Seruce Station
Servuce At Its Best
TINY HOTELS COURT
Highway 25 W
Mules to Knoxvnlle
12 Mules to Oak Rndge
M F U N E R A L M E
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7 TOP' I Norma Johnson - I ' " T '
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KERR MOTOR CO
513 N Gay Street
508 N Broadway
Dodge and Plymouth Cars Dod
Re esentat e E R Ogg
M A N N S
414 W Church Ave
Phone 2 1129
Put Barbecue 81
Phone Powell 4804
Membe of the Federato of Womens Clubs
In Memory of
MR JOHN C GIBBS
DAVID APPLIANCE CO
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712 S Gay St Phone 5 4117
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