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' 14 2 M M , TIREASUIRIEIDD M IE M O IR H IE S 1949 Pb1hdbyS h x" + Bol g Sp g H gh School BOILING SPRINGS NORTH CAROLINA . x X' x S C1 if 5 X E wm ?KMwmmwwWwMwww I S. I DEDICATED TO PARENTS AND FACULTY We, the senior class of 1949, dedicate this, our annual, to our parents who have so faithfully sacrificed their time and means to make our education possible, and to the entire faculty of Boiling .Springs High School for the spirit of wholehearted co-operation they have shown, and for the untiring and unselfish service they have always rendered. ,, -..W 7, , M ,, ,fm K, M A S C O T S Suzie and Sonnic Hedrick in J in Q af C Nj Eff 0 fi Q.. O. P. Hamrick, Principal, English Brooks E. Piercy, Agriculture Miss Dorothy Sue Hamrick, Home Economics Mrs. Unie Hamrick. Mathematics Dan W. Moore, Jr., Science, Physical Education E. B. Isley, French Mrs. Sanford Martin, jr., Social Science Miss Wanda Whicker, Physical Education FS H 56 X GFX SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 1...-1.-Q... JOE HERBERT ANTHONY 1, 2, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4 Annual, 4, Class Officer, Treasurer 4, Superlative. MARJORIE BLANTOWN 3, Junior Play, 4 ,Superlative, 2, 3 4, Basketball, 1, 2, 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3 4, Softball, 4, Paper Staff. RAY BRACKETT 3, junior Play, 3, 4, Basketball, 3 4, Baseball, 3, Class Officer, 1 2, 3, 4 4-H Club OfHeer, 1, 2, Glee Club 4, Annual Staff, 3, 4, Paper Staff. WAYNE EARLS 1, Basketball CONWAY GOODE 4, Superlative, 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Paper Stall, 2 4, Class Officer, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, Beta Club Play. ,IOHNNIE MAE HAMMETT 1, Softball. ALBERTA HAMRICK 2, 4, Beta Club, 1, Basketball, 4, Superlative, 4, Beta Club Play, 4, An- nual Staff, 1, Softball, 4, Paper Staff. IMA ,IEAN HAMRICK 1, 2, 4, 4-H Club, 4, Annual Staff, 3, Junior Play, 1, Basketball, 1 Glee Club, l, Softball. MAX HARRIS 4, Annual Staff, 4, Paper Staff, 4, Superlative. GRACE HAWKINS 1, Softball, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Su- pcrlative, 3, Marshal, 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball, 3, Junior Play, 4, Class Of- ficer, Secretary. IZVELYN HESTER 1, Softball. IZENER HUFFMAN 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball, 4, Superlative. FRANCES LEE 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club, 1, Class OH1- cer, 1, Softball, 4, Cheerleader, 4, Su- perlative, 3, Junior Play, 4, Annual Staff. JOE DEAN LEDBETTER 2, 2, 4, 4-H Club, 4, Baseball, 4, Superlative, 1, 2, Glee Club. RACHEL ANN LEMONS 3, 4, Beta Club, 1, Basketball, 1, Softball, 4, Annual Staff, 3, Paper Staff. HELEN LaNEIR 4, Superlative, 1, 2, Basketball, 44, Annual Staff, 1, Softball. DORIS MARTIN 1, Basketball, 1, Softball, 1, Glce Club, 1, 2, 4-H Club. PETE MCCRAW 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball, 4, Supcrlatlvc. GLENN POWELL 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 4, Class OBE- eer, Vice-President, 4, Superlative, 3, junior Play, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Paper Staff. PAUL ROGERS l, 2, 3, 4, BzlSliCtball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, 3, junior Play, 4, Beta Club Play, 4, Annual Staff, 3, 4, Class Offl- eer, President, 4, Paper Staff, 3, Mar- slxal, 4, Superlative. HAZEL SPAKE 1, 2, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, 4 Soft- ball. BILL XVALKER 3, junior Play, 3, 4, Basketball, 4, Superlative, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club, 4, Annual Staff. HAROLD WALKER Special Student. SHIRLEY XVOODALL 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Paper Staff, 3 ,4, Softball, 4, Superlative, 3, Junior Play, 3, 4, 4-H Club, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, 3, Marshal. SENIOR PROPHECY 1949 226 Let us climb into our Atomic Rocket which will take us thirteen years into the future. Zoom! We are off! . , ' We shall see some of our old classmates whom we haven't seen for many years. The first we see are Ray Brackett and Frances Lee, who are now Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brackett. They live on Washington Street in Shelby, N. C., where Ray is the sheriff of Cleveland County. Next, we see Glenn Powell who is foreman of Mr. Moore's farm on highway 150 near Boiling Springs. He is still flirting with every new girl that comes along. V Shirley Woodall is the girls' basketball coach for Gardner-Webb. The girls lost another game to Mars Hill last night. Let us hope they win the next one. Harold Walker, better known as "Red", is now an engineer for the Duke Power Company . As we all know Albert Hamrick wanted to be a private secretary. She finished college and got a job with a private detective in New York. I think they finally got married. That's what that kind of work will do for you. Pete McCraw, who once said, "I'll get a diploma or quit!" finally quit after thirteen years of bad luck in senior English. Now he's driving a pick-up for the state. Max Harris is a nominee for governor of North Carolina on a Democratic ticket. Marjorie Blanton is choir director for the First Church in Winston-Salem. Ima Jean Hamrick and Hazel Spake had their wishes granted and have become models for several large concerns in New York. Wayne Earls is driving a bus for one of the several large bus lines in Boiling Springs. Izener Huffman made an 'athletic director for Polkville. He is making good showing in the basketball tournament at the armory. Conway Goode is agrciulture teacher at Lattimare. I Rachel Ann Lemons is now teaching second year French at Gardner-Webb. One reason she is so in- terested in French is that her boy friend lives in France. Johnnie Mae Hammett and Evelyn Hester are good housewives, or so their husbands say. Grace Hawkins is skating instructor at the Boiling Springs Skating Rink. She gets a thrill out of teaching boys how to skate. Some of the boys will never learn to skate because they like Grace's teaching too well. Joe Dean Ledbetter has a good farm south of Boiling Springs where he has settled down. Billy Walker, who loved make-up, especially when it was on girls, got a job as make-up artist with Twen- tieth Century Fox. Doris Martin is running her own beauty parlor in Charlotte. I think Paul Rogers landed a contract with some studio in Hollywood as an actor, Paul likes his oc- cupation. Helen LaNier, who was very good in English in high school, got a job as an English teacher somewhere in Virginia. And me, well, I'm just the pilot of this rocket which we are riding on. JOE HHQBERT ANTHONY S 4 xi , 3 my .W uf v ,, ,I 5 I x puns-n .W--..... K' 'I X... asa. CLASS HISTORY 225 Our high school education was four years away in '4S. We had begun our work with 52 fellow students. Miss Dorothy Sue Hamrick was our Home Room Teacher. The Class event of the year was a weiner roast and skating party. We thought our boys made an excellent record by winning the class Basketball tournament. The Class of '47 had the loss of 10 members. We had a picnic that year. Miss Dorothy Sue Hamrick, our home room teacher, went with us. ' The 10th grade boys won the class Basketball tournament. In 1948 the class lost 20 more students and gained 1 which made us 3 total of 33 members . We honored the Senior Class with a banquet that year. The theme for the Banquet was "In Fair Hawaii." It was given April 21, 1948, at the Hotel Charles in Shelby, North Carolina. The Juniors got 3, great pleasure out of giving the banquet. We wish t0 thank Miss Dorothy Sue Ham- rick in giving the banquet and for being our home room teacher in '46, '47, '48. We ordered our rings in '48 and the Junior play was also given entitled "Three Old Maid Aunts." The boys kept up the good work and won the grade tournament again. The class of 1949 has Mrs. Unie Hamrick for our home room teacher. She will also direct the Senior play. Our membership this year is 24. At the beginning of this year we received our class rings. They carried the tradtional emblem which is the torch. We are looking forward to the Banquet given in our honor by the Junior Class. But most important of all we are looking forward to graduation day, after that we will go to join the vast and happy throng of B. S. H. S. Alumni. ' RACHEL ANN LEMONS, Class Historian. .e"" "N I LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF CLASS 1949 Z Friends of B. S. H. S., being collectively of sound mind and body, no fear of anyone before us: We hereby make public this our last will and testament, the ninth day of February, 1949. We give and bequeath to the school as a whole any memories they have of us, either good or bad. We give and bequeath to our teachers all our unfinished lessons and our badly, unread reactions. We also will to them peaceful nights and undisturbed slumber, for no longer will they worry about our examina- tions, no longer will our grades disappoint them. To Professor Hamrick, our principal, we bequeath our heartfelt gratitude and best wishes for his great interest in us in the shaping of our lives and the part he played in making us what we are. May God's richest blessings be upon him always. To our parents who have made our school days possible, we promise to make the most of our education. To Hester Martin, Frances Lee leaves her dignity as a senior. Shirley Woodall leaves her talent to Frances Allen. To Johnnie Mae Smith, Marjorie Blanton leaves her wit. ' To Reese Honeycutt, Bill Walker leaves his ability to imitate Professor Hamrick on English class. Johnnie Mae Hammett leaves her shyness to Peggy Love Jones. To Billie Hawkins, Glenn Powell leaves his motto, "Always be late for English class." To Lavenia Burgin, Grace Hawkins leaves her beauty. Alberta Hamrick leaves her ability to make good grades to Frits Blankenship. Paul Rogers leaves his personality to Peggy Hamrick. To Peggy Self, Rachel Ann Lemons leaves her ability to study. Helen LaNier leaves her seat in English class to David Hamrick. 'To Becky Brooks, Doris Martin leaves her ability to attract boys. To Steve Holland, Max Harris leaves his place on the annual staff. Conway Goode leaves his ability to be courteous to Carrie Lee Hoyle. To Mary Frances George, Evelyn Hester leaves her ability to draw. joe Herbert leaves his ability to get geometry to Nick Green. To Madge Dixon, Hazel Spake leaves her English book. To Max Hamrick, Joe Dean Ledbetter leaves his ability to entertain Mrs. Ada Hamrick. To Junior Hamrick, Wayne Earls leaves his bus to drive. Ima jean Hamrick leaves to Frances Weaver her ability to get physics. To Donald Gene Pruitt, Ray Brackett leaves his good-naturedness. i IMA JEAN HAMRICK, Class Tcstator CLAS-S POEM BK The time has come for us to leave you, But never let this parting grieve you. The years have passedg We do the sameg We pass ong but you remain. The glorious hours that we spent with each other Must stop at this pointg they cannot go further. But our alma mater has been so dear That we'll never forget these blessed years. We leave with many a high ideal, With vim and courage, pep and zeal. Forward We go with these blessed things Which lead us on from Boiling Springs. CONWAY GOODE, JR. Class Poet X - .- T5 fi YN "f'N 'jf-X K' I-X kg f-IN X M fs JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Frances Allen, Treasurer Fritz Blankenship, President Ethel Blanton Clyde Bowens Keith Brackett Charles Bridges Geraldine Bridges Rebecca Brooks Lavina Burgin Nellie Fowler Mary Frances George Sue Hammett Arlnnd Green Nick Green David Green DeWitt Hnmrick, jr. Peggy Hamrick Billie Hawkins Steve Holland Reese I-Ioneyeutt Currie Lee Hoyle Peggy Love Jones Everett Ledbetter Velma Ledbetter Hester Martin Howard Mauldin Betty Lew McSwain Ava Potter Donald Gene Pruett Mary Ann Scruggs Peggy Self Johnnie Mae Smith Frances Weaver Harold Weaver Dorothy Williams V594 X as K . . - 'iv f , 7 5 X ' SGPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS S'SS'V"' WON' ffw Anthony, A. Anthony, B. Anthony, N. Blanton, Cnrtec Dostcr, I. Doster, N. Goode Hnrrill Hester Howington Humphries Hunt, Prvx. Jolley Jordon, Sc'rrz'fary Lancaster 'M- Bridges Hamrick Humphries Mcilrnw, M M'cCrnw, F. McGinnis McGinnis Philbcck, C Philbcck, R. Scruggs Self, Vin'-P1'4'xiu'z'11f Skcn Smith, j. K. Spakc Smith, M. Tcssinccl Vinsctt Webb Wesson 1 1 1 1 Xl! 7 9. -U. ..Q..1 FRESHMEN OFFICERS Bailey Childers lilliorr ,paw-M F R., gum- iv 1 Bchcicl' Cooper lfrnncis H.1mrick Blanton Boyles Bridges Champion Crawley Davis Davis Powell Green Grifiin Harris Hamrick H.1m1'ick Il.1m1'ick I lilinrick ldv Qs .Q 377 Harmon Holland Hoyle Humphries Humphries jones Ledbettel' Ledbetter Lewis Martin Mintz, Svc. Mintz McSwiiin Scruggs, Pres. Scruggs Tcssinecr Vinesett NVnlker Willigiiiis XVlliSll.ll1t, WVLIICFS Xvallnce NV.1lker V.-Pres. ANNUAL STAFF BETA CL UB MARSHALS Hawkins, Lcdbetter, Brooks, Hamrick, Smith, Bowens CHEERLEADERS Whisnant, Mintz, Green, Francis, Lee, Waters F. F. A. CLUB 4-H CLUB Iiwpilii kg, xww xv' Z, ,W www., 'ww V97 if f"N-4-K Y'-W GIRLS BASKETBALL A TEAM Miss Whicker, Coach, Front Row: Hawkins, Brooks, Allen. Back Row: W'oodall, Blanton, Smith, Hawkins. GIRLS BASKETBALL B TEAM Front Row: Humrick,.Cnrtce, Harmon. Back Row: Dixon, Martin, Hamrick Smith, Hoyle.M BOYS BASKETBALL A TEAM Coach, Dan W. Moore, Jr. Front Row: McCraw, Walker. Back Row: Bowcns Hamrick, Huffman, Ledbetter, Manager. BOYS BASKETBALL B TEAM Front Row: Goode, Rogers. Back Row: Weaver, Brackett, Powell, Ledbctter n....... . l 3 Q . GIRLS SOFTBALL TEAM i i i BOYS BASEBALL TEAM Front Row: Mnuldin, Brackctt, Huffman, Anthony, Ledbctter, Rogers Back Row: Dan W. Moore, jr., Conch, McCraw, Bowcns, Hamrick, Walker. SPORTS Z The Boiling Springs boys had a very successful season this year. We lost only one conference game and ended up second in the county tournament. We got off to a bad start by losing the first game to Mooresboro, but our team developed so rapidly that we won the other conference games. We defeated every team with the exception of Fallston, the county champions, at least once. In non-conference games played we defeat- ed Piedmont, Northbrook, and Tri Hi and they defeated us once each. In the county tournament we de- feated Piedmont and No. 3, but were beaten by Fallston in the finals. The girls had a fair season winning four and losing six conference games. One reason for losing was the players had very little experience with the exectpion of Woodall. Graduation last year took all the first team forwards and all the guards except Brooks. Lingerfelt and Stancel, a forward and a guard, stopped school to be married. With the inexperienced players and the lack of 3 gymn to practice in we consider that they too had a very successful season. SCORES BOYS Boiling Springs-17 ........ ..,.., N o. 3-21 Boiling Springs-18 ,... No. 3-14 Boiling Springs-16 . . Mooresboro-24 Boiling Springs-16 Mooresboro-30 Boiling Springs-28 . . , ,Lattimore-19 Boiling Springs-24 . .... Grover-30 Boiling Springs-32 .. , ..... Grover-21 Boiling Springs-21 ,Lattimore-28 Boiling Springs- . , . .Bethware-32 Boiling Springs--30 . .Bethware- 9 Boiling Springs-28 ., Mooresboro-25 Boiling Springs-21 Mooresboro-44 Boiling Springs-35 . . ,Lattimore-33 Boiling Springs-42 ,Lattimore-30 Boiling Springs-24 . . . , .Grover- 9 Boiling Springs-21 .... ,..,, G rover-28 Boiling Springs-S2 . . . . .Bethware-30 Boiling Springs-32 . .Bethware-20 Boiling Springs-28 ..,, No. 3-24 Boiling Springs- 28 .... No. 3-18 RAY BRACKETT, Sports Editor Jkovzarlsfnmmk 99 X i X I I ,. I l l 1 7 M. H. WALKER'S GIN Ginners and Buyers Seeds L- Fertilizers -- Feeds SNACK SHOP Plate Lunches - Sandwiches Fountain Drinks i Ice Cream - i l ,,l.,,, il l BOSSY LIKES IT C . . . . . and so will you! The McCormick-Deering Milker 'lflvl' ' L is so gentle and efficient that cows Y W B Q QQ give maximum production with X it. That shows they like it. And . you,ll like the Way it saves you X time and labor. It's easy to clean and longlived. May We tell you about it? We have McCormick- Deering Milkers now in stock. MCCORMICK - DEERING MACHINES f Parts and Service LUTZ-YELTON TRACTOR 86 TRUCK CO. Phone 831 Shelby, N. C. Compliments of WALDENSIAN ,149 - FARMERS COOPERATIVE 'T ff-1 EXCHANGE X T N Feeds - Seeds - Fertilizer Sunbeam Bread and Cakes F a r m M a C h i n e r Y WALDENSIAN BAKERIES, I Inc. Shelby, N. C. Z 1 1 -1 I- 1 CRAWLEY'S Your Complete One-Stop Store Where Quality Ana' Prices Meet Boiling Springs, N. C. MODERN CLEANERS Satisfaction Given- Not Promised Alterations Cleaning - Pressing Delivery Service Boiling Springs, N. C. EAGLE ROLLER MILL Home of Carolina Maid Flour Cleveland Feed Phone 362 315 E. Ave. Shelby, N. C. HAMRICK'S CLEANERS Hats Cleaned and Blocked Pleasing You - Pleases Us Boiling Springs, N. C. I l l 1 W W V f M" f Nl ,.' ' Q , 'EM ,U Phone 7 8 8 t,gNd Shelby, N. C. W. H. HUDSON 86 CO., Inc. Department Store M e r c h a n d i s e Wholesale and Retail Shelby, N. C. ELLIS LUMBER COMPANY Lumber and Building Supplies Custom Dressing Phone No. 131-W Shelby, N. C. J. 86 K. RECORDS AND MUSIC SHOP Coin Operated Machines Placed on Location Phone 8 S4-R, 127 W Graham St. Shelby, N. C. SHELBY METAL SHOP -Hot Air Heating- Guttering and Heating -Phone 1 3 0 61- D. A. BEAM COMPANY, Inc. Super Grow Fertilizer and Seeds Shelby, N. c. BREWERS SHOES Good Shoes For Good Folks 10 E. W'arren St. - LEE WQOODS AUTO TRIM SHOP Phone 321 - Shelby, N. C. -Phone 93 6-1- SHELBY SUPPLY CO. Mill Supplies - Hardware Wholesale SL Retail Phones 121 and 120 Shelby, N. C. KESTER - GROOME FURNITURE CO. Box S61 - Shelby, N. C. Complete Home Furnishings Ellenboro - Henrietta Cherryville - Shelby, N. C. Compliments of FIRST NATIONAL BANK Shelby, N. C. Compliments of UNION TRUST CO. Shelby, N. C. Compliments of BELK - STEVENS CO. -Phone 127- 219-25 S. Lafayette Street Shelby, N. C. CROWS SHOE SHOP It Pleases Us To Please You Boiling Springs, N. C. G. T. MCSWAIN General Merchandise Electrical Appliances -Fu'rniture- Boiling Springs, N. C. l,.,l 3 - I.. . Compliments of PE EY' Clothing For The Entire Family Shelby, N. C. E. E. SISK BARBER SHOP Follow The CT01TL'Cl -Phone 9148- Shelby, N. C. SMITH'S DRUGS A Carolina Institution Since 192 5 You Save Safely 4 East Warren Street Shelby, N. C. A. V. WRAYS 81 SIX SONS Shelby's Predominating Depart- ment Store Shelby, N. C. TILLMAN'S, Inc. Firestone Tires, Recapping Home And Auto Supplies Phones 5804 and 863 Shelby, N. C. Compliments of CAROLINA DAIRY Shelby, N. C. Meet Your Friends At CLEVELAND DRUG CO. Wwalgreens Agency Shelby, N. C. S. J. THOMPSON LUMBER LUMBER COMPANY See Our Art Department -Phone 107- 5 00 N. Washington Street Shelby, N. C. Compliments of C O H E N S Shelby, N. C. ZEN BRIDGES GROCERY Groceries - Meats Boiling Springs, N. C. MARTIN 86 FITE GROCERY Groceries - Fresh Meats Vegetables Self-Service Boiling Springs, N. C. HAMRICK 86 BAILY Furniture Electrical Appliances Your Bendix Dealer in Boiling Springs, N. C. CO - ED THEATRE Owners-Hamrick-Plunk Where The Besz' Movies Are Shown Boiling Springs, N. C. HAYVKINS 86 RAMSEY -Gulf Station- -Tires - Batteries- -Gas -- Oil- Auto Accessories Boiling Springs, N. C. We Wish to Thank Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore For their time and help on theannual SENIOR CLASS '49 K K 1V N ,X rr LMMMA Uliiliilmgz QT "i'wim?5faWRK7FmM' "74- -'w35v?Vw . 1' OJ 1: 'x fqalff 1 W FW I LQ" ' :W '23, X rg ' , -Q ,V ,N iv., 1 "f,f'f' ,sf - T, H Wm. K H .I f,5.1,,a.l , ,K 1, WZ ' - li yi. 15.14 ,- ta , . rfmnwr,-g-T' '. ' . ' - as 4 k.. ,V , 321.-. cb. LC' f H' 'iv-, - ERT ,..., A , v1 rf. ' Ai 5',!'., 'V me-, ' Q , W . fm at eil' Q, ' K 25 T iiffe-,N A : .l'Z 1.1. ,Q ,, X Am ig? '-F: Fzwfi ' V13 Eifijfl j:'f,'Jx. A'?'5'Y:+:-HQ' T ' - 'K ', r 1- ' K N 1.f4g,g'S:. :L ,5 'ii ' S1 is ,l2'-V125 , if .f 4 x f iff?" ' L 'f K Y . 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EW 'QQ' CAUQN To Miss Virginia Adkins, whose advice and patient workmanship have made this Annual possible, whose thoughtfulness and kindness have helped us reach our desired goal, we, the Senior Class of l945, do dedicate this edition ot the Plainsman ........ EACLILW m.uLi-gf! L1 .Zo au pm ' , . . LR. JOHN M. WENGER, A. B. LL xlib, im Principal . a . I ,ul a,,,,,,.I Science ' s , 'Q, an 041. -' -4406! H. I Q :ul cywuu fY"f'l ' . Q rf, r '7.M.- '- arc-1Mi,L'-. .AA 1. 'yn-' 64.-L,l.,C 94" I - - . . MISS VIRGINIA ADKINS, A. B. .4f..u441 M r-v1.,J Social Science MRS. RUSSELL ROBINSON, B. S. ' I-x f , fill Y 1, Home,Ec:JrlorgCi L, M-,Qc-j ld7?,,-,0'cL,'. .ff , I ' ' -' 2 l df Ib 0 .r ' , ,ci ' 'gc ,I I. 1 ' S u NF" Q.. . xr' , I Iv , ' yd --W :fi g"'r1,g1 ..a.,- .11 MRS. FRED STOOKSBURY, A. B. I English l I o l ' L X X. ' f f I I lx 1 IX . ' 1 5 ,f LJ, I wif if If I, I xl . li I. I MR. C. B. F. DAVIS Mfothemotics dvi? 49 , n aw . M, 2,5 , ,.. LZZAM ,J ' 0--.J 624 fvfifffftwl' 15 1' C'-df aw! FACULTY MRS. JAMES PARROTT, A. B Third Grade MRS. FRED HODGES Mlusic MISS SALLIE LEWIS Sixth Grade MRS. TOM SWAGGERTY Second Grade MISS JOHNNIE HARDY Seventh Grade MRS. W. E. PARROTT, B. S. First Grade MRS. G. L. STEPHENS Eighth 'Grade MRS. J. M. ANDERSON Fourth Grade MISS NAOMI HICKMAN Fifth Grade MISS MARTHA HUMPSTON, A B First Grade L WAV' SEATED, John Frazier, Assistant Business Manager, Jane Lawson, Copy Editor, Trula Mac Finchum, Editor-in-Chief, Floyd Bales, Jr., Business Manager. STANDING: Agnes Lauderdale, Writer of Will, Mary Ruth Roderick, Class Historian, Mary Sue Loy, Advertising Manager, Miss Virginia Adkins, Sponsor, Virginia Hodges, Writer at Will, lnez Smith, Club Editor, Edna Lawson, Associate Editor, Tommie Large, Snapshot Editor, Dora Brewer, Class Prophet. STAFF CLASS OFFICERS TRULA MAE FINCHUM President TOMMIE LARGE Vice-President INEZ .SMITH Secretory FLOYD E. BALES, Jr. Treasurer SEIXIICDIQS BRUCE BALES "Happy am I, from care am I tree, Why aren't they all contented like ITIS. Sergeant-at-Arms in Literary Society, '44, '45, Basketball Team Manager, '45, Literary Society, '42, '45, Junior Play, '44, VIOLET BEARD "She leaves her message written on our hearts." Glee Club '42, '43, Home Ec, Club '42, '45, Librarian '42, Annual Staff '45, Literary Society '42, '45. TRULA FINCHUM "A smile for all she meets, a charm to make each memory sweet." Glee Club '42, '45, Literary Society '42, '45, Home Ec. Club '42, '45, Secretary and Treasurer ol Class '43, Student Council '44, Junior Play '44, Student Council Play '45, Vice-Presi- dent of Class '44, Librarian '44, Class President '45, Annual Stott '45, Secretary of Home Ec. Club '45, Vice President of Literary Society '45. VIRGINIA HODGES "Her aim is never to offend, and every person is her friend." Glee Club '42, 45, Accompanist for Glee Club '45, Literary Society '42, '45, Junior Play '44, Home Ec. Club '42, '45, Basketball Team '45, An- nual Staff '45. FLOYD E. BALES, Jr. "First in dependability, first in ac- tion, first in the heart of his class- mates." DORA BREWER "She carries her standards high, and you can bet she will never give up the ship." Entered from Hancock County High, Sneedville, Tenn., in the fall of '44, Program Chairman of Literary So- ciety '44, Student Council Play '44, Annual Staff '44, Home Ec. Club '44, Glee Club '44 JOHN FRAZIER "God wrought splendidly and gave to earth a gentleman" Literary Society '42, '45, Glee Club '42, '45, Literary Society President '44, Student Council Play '45, Stu- dent Council '45, Annual Staff, '45. TOMMIE LARGE "She has an inexhaustible good nature which is a most precious gift from heaven." Home Ec. Club '42, '45, Basketball Team '42, '45, Literary Society '42, '45, Glee Club '42, '45, Class Presi- dent '44, President of Literary Society '55, Junior Play '44, Student Council Play '44, '45, Vice-President ol Class '45, Class Queen '45, Annual Staff '45, Runner-up for "Miss Victory" '45. AGNES LAUDERDALE "True she is, as she hath proved herself." Basketball '42, Home Ec. Club '42, '45, Literary Society '42, '45, Annual Staff '45, Junior Play '44, EDNA LAWSON "5tudious, trustworthy, lovable, al- ways on the iobf' Literary Society '42, '45, Home Ec. Club '42, '43, Junior Play '44, As- sistant Secretary and Treasurer of Literary Society '45, Annual Staff 45, Librarian '42, '45. MARY RUTH RODERICK "Not too serious, not too gay, but a true blue girl in every way." Home Ec. Club '42, '45, Literary Society '42, '45, Glee Club '42, '43, Junior Play '44, Basketball Manager '45, Annual Staff '45. MAX STINER "Why worry? The world goes on iust the same." Glee Club '42, '43, Literary Society '42, '45, Sergeant-at-Arms '44, '45, Basketball team '45. I r SUE LOY "Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and you weep alone," Literary Society '42, '45, Home Ec. Club '42, '45, President Home Ec. Club '42, '45, Vice-President Literary Society '43, Junior Play '44, Student Council Play '44, Glee Club '42, '45, Librarian '44, Secretary Student Council '45, Secretary and Treasurer Glee Club '45, President of Literary Society '45, Basketball Team '42, '45, Annual Staff '45, D. A. R. Repre, sentative '45, Vice-President Class '43, Class Queen '43, JANE LAWSON "A friendly spirit to all, a conscien- tious mind, unfailing loyalty." Home Ec. Club '42, '43, Literary So- ciety '42, '45, Junior Play '44, An- . nual Staff '45, i i INEZ SMITH 'Cheerfulness and common sense in thee we find my friend." l Vice-President Class '42, Home Ec. i Club '42, '45, Junior Play '44, Secre- ' tary Class '45, Annual Staff '45, Glee Club '42, '43, President Home Ec. Club '42, Literary Society '42, '45. EDWARD ZINK "Not afraid of work, but not in sympathy with it. " Literary Society '42, '45, Program Chairman of Literary Society '45, l ' Secretary and Treasurer of Junior Class '44, Glee Club '42, '45, Basket- ball Team '45, Junior Play '43, Z ,,.f4-09. THE HISTORY OF THE SENIOR CLASS Setting - Rush .Strong High School Time - The present. ACT I As the cu.tain rises on scene one, we see around thirty-five eager boys and girls trying to find their way to a room called the "First Grade." Here, Miss Cora Halbert introduced us to the ABC's and "Little Bo Peep." Even at the early age of six we find a little blonde haired boy named Floyd- Bales bringing fame to the future Senior Class as the best looking boy. He was the object of every little girls admiration. ln scene two, we see Inez Smith, a very pretty young lass bringing her name to the top. In later scenes you will see her niore. The members of the cast overcome their shyness and we find around twenty actors entering upon the stage to play in the Rhythm Band with Mrs. Tom Swaggerty as our director. We look in on the third secen and find Miss Slover teaching us geography and the multiplication tables. This was all new to us, and we were terribly frightened. The fourth scene is directed by Miss Catlett. We find a number of tiny misses such as Sue Loy, Jane Lawson, Virginia Hodges, Edna Lawson, Trula Finchum, Mary Ruth Roderick, and Violet Beard, entering the cast. These soon began to show special talents in music and dramatics. The fifth scene opens with Miss Underwood, now Mrs. Roy Kinnick, in charge of grown-up boys and girls, never- theless, they spent most of their spare time playing "I Spy" on the rocks at the back of the school building. In scene six, we notice a youth by the name of Ed- ward Zink coming to the top. The rest of us will never forget row our director, Miss Sallie B. Lewis, constantly re- minded him not to forget his part, and rebuked him for drawing airplanes all the time, which habit he carried with him on through high school. In scene seven, the curtain goes up with a much larger group than we have ever had. We sce a little round- faced girl entering upon the stage, a very pretty young girl called Tommie Large. She was destined to be the "Heartbreaker" of the class and bring fame to the group in high school as a star basketball player. During this part of the play, Herman Wyrick, Max Stiner, Bruce Bales, and Clyde Kennemore began to at- tract attention. We find a still larger group on the stage for the final scene of the first act. The event of the year was when Inez Smith was crowned Queen of the Carnival with her escort, Herman Wyrick. Mr. Davis directed us, and we shall never forget what he did for us, and how he worked the week of our gradu- ation. We went off the stage with our diplomas, and feel- ing our importance. We had finished the first act of our class history. ACT ll Now that we had reached high school, how important we felt! ' We were represented in the Glee Club and sports, and began our difficult struggle with Algebra. Our director, Mr. Robyn Walker, led us faithfully until he had to leave for military service. i In scene two, we appear as sophisticated Sophomorcs under the leadership of Mrs. Young, who led us into the life and works of Shakespeare. During this year we felt sharply the loss of Herman Wyrick and Franklin Stipes who ioined the Navy. ' We entered our Junior year, a year packed full of history making episodes. Our outstanding event of the year was our first attempt in the field of high school dramatics, when we presented "Old Doc." However, all the days were not so pleasant, because in the spring, iust as new life was bursting forth upon the earth, our lives were saddened by the loss of our beloved classmate, Robert "Red" Lawson. He too, became "Navy minded" and sailed away to aid his country in the great war. This year closed with the famous "Banquet Scene" at which we entertained the Seniors at "The Little Red School House" with the aid of our sponsor, Miss Thelma Cooper. The final hour came! - We entered upon the stage for the last time. Great are the events of this final scene. This time we had a new director-in-chief, Mr. John M. Wenger. Mr. Kinnick had chosen another class with which to work and moved on to Jefferson City. Mrs. Vaulta Bow- man came to direct our domestic talents. Mrs. Fred Stooks- bury and Mr. Charles B. Davis were back with us. Miss Virginia Adkins was our sponsor, helping us publish our Annual, and give our Senior Play. We reioiced with the arrival of class rings, beamed with pride when Floyd Bales was elected Student Council President, and wondered in amazement what the outcome would be when he and Tommie Large were elected Presidents of the two .societies for the first semester. They were quite successful in these positions. Sue Loy was elected to serve as President of the Volunteer Society the second semester, bringing more fame to her class. Dora Brewer joined our cast this year, only to remain for one term, but she made herself famous as the "Southern Charmer" in the Student Council Play. The merry month of May brought to our class the end of our high school days. The Baccalaureate Sermon inspired us, and with mingled feelings of ioy and sadness over graduation, we leave the stage with our cherished diplomas in our hands. We wish to express our deep gratitude to those faculty members who have led us so faithfully tftrough these years. We have completed this our first dramatic pro- ducfion, and after a short breathing spell in the shade of vacations spreading trees, we shall start on a longer and more toilsome production on the stage of - LIFE! CLASS WILL Now that the Class is about to leave this sphere of activity, it devolves upon us to put desks and classrooms in order, and dispose of those treasures which we regret- fully leave behind. We, The Senior Class of i945 of Rush Strong High School, .Strawberry Plains, Tennessee, being in sound mind and strong body, do leave this our last will and testament. To Mr. John Wenger, our beloved Principal we leave our devotion to Rush Strong School, hoping that he will rem-ain here as long as we have. To the Faculty, we will our text books and examination papers with the wish that they will cherish them always. To the Junior Class, we leave our class sponsor, Miss Virginia Adkins, with the request that they accept her ideas and abide by them. To the Junior Class, we leave our senior dignity so that they maty set a worthy example for the Freshmen. To the Sophomores, we leave our good looks and ex- cellent behavior. To the Freshmen, we will our ability to study and make good. To Burnese Cate, I, Inez Smith, leave my humorous ways so that she can keep people laughing. To Marie Wilson, I, Tommie Large, leave my ability to attract boy friends. To Paul Russell, I, Edna Lawson, leave my quietness and eagerness to learn. To Ruth Anderson and Evelyn Gray, we, Violet Beard and Agnes Lauderdale, leave our dignity. To Bill Robeson, I, Floyd Bales, will my ability to play basketball, hoping that his injuries are fewer than mine halve been. To Ruth Underwood, I, Trula Finchum, leave my per- sonality traits for which I am admired by the faculty. To Donald Finchum, I, Bruce Bales, leave my winsome smile, with the request that he uses it on New Market girls. To Frances Bolinger, I, Jane Lawson, bequeath my seat in Solid Geometry. To Donald Finchum and Christine Cole, we, Mary Ruth Roderick and John Frazier, leave our neighborly love, with the understanding that they take every opportunity -pos- sible to be neighborly. To Grace Beard, I, Sue Loy, bestow my ability to sing popular songs. To Marie Wilson and Bill Robeson, we, Tommie Large and Floyd Bales, will our standing place at the corner of the building, hoping that they will use it as faithfully as we have in the last four years. To F. M. Davis and Donald Finchum, we, Max Stiner and Bruce Bales, will our knives, if they will promise never to let a teacher take them. To Jean Bailey, I, Virginia Hodges, leave my ability to play the piano for the Glee Club. To the next President and Program Chairman of the Volunteer Literary Society, we, Dora Brewer and Floyd Bales, will our ability to get out of any class to practice. To Frances Bolinger and Christine Cole, we, Tommie Large and Sue Loy, leave our love for each other. To Jean Stallings, I, Inez Smith, leave my traits for be- ing an old maid. To Marie Wilson and Dorothy Brooks, we, Mary Ruth Roderick and Virginia Hodges, bequeath our habit of writ- ing notes in class, provided they do not get caught. To Ben Day, I, Eddie Zink, leave my love for my fel- low students with the understanding that he will not get too serious with the girls. To Ruth Underwood and Mary Faye Boling, we, Edna and Jane Lawson, bestow our deep devotion to each other. To my sister Alene, I, Agnes Lauderdale, leave the mirror in the girls shower room, provided she doesn't spend too much time before it. To Grace Beard and Christine Cole, we, Sue Loy and Trula Finchum, will the privilege of combing our hair after we get to school, if they will strive to get to class on time. To Roy Cook, I, Max Stiner, gladly bequeath my seat in the office next year. To Ruth Underwood and Jean Stallings, we, John Frazier and Eddie Zink, leave our ability to express our political views, and support our political parties. To Pantha Padgett, I, Sue Loy, bestow my love for sailors. To Georgia Shelton I, Violet Beard, bequeath my habit of being late to class. To Roy Cook and Paul Russell, we, Max Stiner and Bruce Bales, will our laughter and mischievousness with the sincere wish that they will not be called down as often as we have. To Ben Day, I, John Frazier, leave my appetite. To Pantha Padgett, I, Dora Brewer, leave my ability to compose and play songs. To anyone who wants the job, I, Floyd Bales, bequeath my position as Business Manager of the Annual with all of the trips to town, the arguments with dark haired girls, and the long hours of agony over securing enough ads to pub- lish the annual. I To our former classmate, Robert Lawson, now in the Navy, we wish success and happiness in everything that he undertakes to do, and we hope he returns to us soon. We, the Senior Class, hope that you will accept this our last will and testament, and cherish these gifts with the some spirit in which they are bestowed. OUR FUTURE YEARS It was a raging night outside. The rain and sleet beat against my window as if demanding entrance to the warm, cozy room in which I was just settling down for the even- ing. No sooner had I settled back into my chair than I be- gan to feel drowsy. I seemed to be floating through the air. Then I felt myself going down toward the earth. I landed on the street of a strange town. I saw a policeman, and I went up to him and said, "WiIl you please tell me the name of this town?" "Why yes, it is --' I didn't get the name, for by this time I saw the police- man was Bruce Bales. I next went into a restaurant. I objected to the food they brought me, and I asked to see the manager. "The food you have here is rotten," I complained. "Could you tell me what the matter is," a soft voice asked. I looked up and there was Jane Lawson. I next saw a crowd across the street, and I went to see what was happening. They were all talking about a new hair-do that had just come into fashion. I then saw the sign - "Agnes Lauderdale, Beauticianf' I visited a school that was alhost perfect in every way. The principal was a young lady I hand once known - Virginia Hodges. I came to a hospital. An ex-patient was just coming out talking about the excellent meals they had there. I asked her who the dietitian was, and she answered, "Trula Fin- chum." I went in to hear a famous opera singer. Her name was Sue Loy. She had become famous the world over. But who was it that accompanied her on the piano? None other than Dora Brewer! I went in to see them after the show. Her secretary said, "She is busy." I recognized the secretary as being Mary Ruth Roderick, my old school pal. I came to a church that looked very inviting, so I went in. A man was in the pulpit holding his audience spell- bound by the power of his words. I said to myself, "Why, that is John Frazier." He seemed to be very successful in his life's work. I visited a quieter neighborhood. All around me were beautiful homes. As I admired one of the most beautiful homes, the door opened, and out stepped a very handsome man. I had never seen him before, but as I looked at his wife, who was kissing him good-bye, I saw it was Edna Lawson. I said to myself, "I see she has used her excellent geometric sense and got a husband with good Iines." I heard music down the street, and as I love music very much, I decided to follow the sound. I soon came to a broadcasting station. I saw a band of fifty or more players, and as I looked toward the leader, I saw it was one of the seniors of Rush Strong High School, namely, Max Stiner. I then saw an actress come out on the stage. After she was through with her performance, everyone knew she was one of the greatest actresses of her time. But her name? Oh yes, Inez .Smith. Next a man came out on the stage. He read to us a magnificient piece of poetry. Everyone was held as by a spell until it was over. The man then said the author was Violet Beard. I next visited a hospital. I saw a list of the nurses names in the hall. I glanced down the list and one name seemed to stand out above the rest. It was the name of my friend Tommie Large. I asked at the desk if I might see her and they told me to go to Room 3 across the hall. As the nurse told me this, she winked. I couldn't understand why until I saw Tomtmie's patient, Floyd Bales! Floyd had been flying one of the Army's new planes, and had a slight crack-up. He was wounded just enough to need a few days of "special nursing." I wanted to see the plane, so I went to the place where it was being repaired. I saw a very busy man working around the place. He seemed to know precisely what was wrong with it. He turned his face toward me and I saw it was one of my old classmates - Eddie Zink. Suddenly everything began to grow dim, and then I awoke with a start. "What a delightful dream I had," I exclaimed. "I must tell it to the class tomorrow!" "II CLASS OFFICERS FRANCES BOLINGER ,,... .....,,.,,......,....,,,...,....,...,,,,. P resident PAUL RUSSELL .........,. ,.A,,,,.,,. V ice-President RUTH ANDERSON ..A..........., ...,..,.. S ecretary-Treasurer MRS. VAULTA BOWMAN ........ .,.........,,.,,..... S ponsor FIRST ROW: Mrs. Vaulta Bowman, Sponsor: F. M. Davis, Paul Russell, Ben Day, Dorothy Langston, Grace Beard, Jean Bailey, Marie Wilson. SECOND ROW: Burnese Cate, Alene Lauderdale, Pantha Padgett, Evelyn Gray, Hazel Wilson, Frances Bolinger, Christine Cole, Roy Cook. THIRD ROW: Mary Faye Boling, Ruth Underwood, Georgia Shelton, Bill Robeson, Jean Stallings, Ruth Anderson, Donald Finchum. Not Pictured: Dorothy Brooks. I M' ffifi I an :It-5,9 an 0 I I . ft Qll . , f 11 I Lffft ' I 7 L I f ,,. , . . , XVI 5v,y!z,'l CLASS OFFICERS CLAUDE LAWSON ....... ..,.,,,,,,,,., P resident GENE REAGAN ....... ,.,...... V ice-President VIVIAN BROOKS ...... ,...,..,,. S ecretary MARY JAMES ..,.,,,.,,,.,,..,.....,.. .,,, ,L,,. T r easurer MRS. FRED STOOKSBURY LLLL,L L,.LL,.LL S ponsor FIRST ROW: Mrs. Fred Stooksbury, Sponsor, Glendon Parsons, Wanda Bramlett, Vivian Brooks, Wanda Cate. SECOND ROW: Nellie Lauderdale, Irene Green, Shirley Lowe, Patsy Anderson, Sylvcl Rena Boling, Mary James, Betty Wyrick. THIRD ROW: Alton Newman, Blll Day, Kenneth Curl, Gene Reagan, Claude Lawson, V. I. Acuff. SOPI-IOMORES if ' 6Q3fWi4'L6!e L4 I U I n " .gg QQ Ni. NIRJ x Qt F I C xS'N CLASS OFFICERS JOY GANN ..................,. ................,..,.,......,,..,,,,,,.,., P resident POLLY HODGES ..... ................ V ice-President GLEN NEWMAN .......... .......... S ecretary-Treasurer MR. CHARLES DAVIS ........ .....L..,..,.L,.LL,LLL...L S ponsor FIRST ROW: Mr. Charles Davis, Sponsor Hazel Wagner, Juanita Stallings, Joy Gann, Juanita Cole, Mary Lou Cook, Mary Lou Gaut, Lucille Brewer, Betty Green. SECOND ROW: Evalena McCampbeII, Polly Hodges, Jean Finchum, Lois Robeson, Alma Bales, Neta Boling, Roberta Brooks, James Day. THIRD ROW: Edgar Bailey, A. L. .StaIlings, Lloyd Robeson, Leon Russell, Johnny Wagner, Ralph Lawson, Jack Anderson, Charles Gaut, Glen Newman, Hugh Cafe. Not Pictured: Clarence Cate. FRESI-IMAN ' f I Z Junioiz HOROSCOPE Name Nick!Name Pet Saying J Wanta Be Gonna Be Ruth Anderson ...... Boots" ..,.......... ....,.. G ee Whiz! ......... ...A....,. S tenogropher .....,.... ......... O ld Maid Jean Bailey ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, "Skinny" ,,,.,,,, .,,,,,, T hey y y y! ......,.. .......,.. P ianist ................... ......... N ight Club Singer Grace Beard .......,. "Gracie" ....... ,...,.,, P hooie! ,...,,.,......,..... .......... A ctress ,..,.......... ......... A ctress Mary Faeg Boling... Smokey ",,, ,,..,,, Gol-lee! ,........................,............. Beautician ,,,..,,......,,.... .......... N urse Maid Frances Bolinger.: ,..... "Frannie "... ......,. l don't give a care .,.,,.....,.,....... Designer .....,...,................ ........ . .Teacher ' Dorothy Brooks .....,,. Q. "Brown" ........ ...,,,, W hen you got him, it's O K! ..,, Mrs. Garnett Brown ......r............ Sewing instructor Burnese Cate ......... "Bernus" ........ ...,... W ill we? ...................................... Poetess ............................ ...,..... M ath Teacher Christine Cole ..,,..,.,..,. 'tTeeny" .....c... ..,,,., W hat's it to you, nosey? ............ Interior Director .......,. .......,.. S ales Clerk Evelyn Gray ..,.,,.,,. i "Pig "... .X ,,,.,.. ..,,,,l K iss my foot! .............................., Nurse ...........,r.,.............,............... Housewife Dorothy Langston. "Otto" .....,.....,,, ,..,,,, N ot necessarily! ......................... Stenographer ...,,......................' . .. Housewife Alene Lauderdale ,,,.,. "Hair Brain' ,,,,,,,.,,.,,,, Are you kidding? ......... .......... P hysical Education Director ..... Taxi Driver Pantha Padgett ..... Swingin' Bufh" ......... Ooooh goodness ..,...........,.,,...., Housewife ...........................,.,...... Model Georgia Shelton... "'Kitten" .,..,,....,,.,,........ Shucks! ..,..,....,,. . ........................ Nurse .....,.......r..........,...... ...... . ..Opera Singer Jean Stallings ...........,. "June ".. .,..,,.... ........ O h, m-y goodness gracious! ..... Movie Actress .....,,. .......... D ishwasher in Hotel Ruth Underwood ........ "Mumpy" ....., ..,,.,,, T hey Iaww! ................................. Stenographer .............................. Home Demonstration Agent Marie Wilson ,....... Ree" ...t...., ....... A h! you never done it ..............., Private ,Secretary .......... t Q ............, Bus Driver Hazel Wilson ..,..,.,,..,, Mike" ....... ..,.... . Bet you a quarter! ,,,.,...... ..,.... N urse ..............r..r........,...,.,.,........ Dietitian Roy Cook .......,... ...... ' 'R. D." ..,,..,., . . ,,,.,.., Mitchel-I-l-I-I ...........,....., ,,..... E lectrician .........................,....,..... Janitor F. M. Davis ........ "Hoochie" ........ ........ N ow, listen to at 'ati ..,.............. Farmer .............................,..........., Chemist Ben Day., ........,. ..,.., ' 'Mitchell" ..... ........ O h, no you don't .......... .........., M aster of Ceremonies ............... 'Fessor Don Finchum ......... "O. D." ..... ........ A h-h-h-h ........,,........... ....... ' 'Man" ........r............................... Farmer Bill Robeson .......... J. Will" .,..,.. ..,..... ' at's right! .............. ....... M . D ............................... ........., B ootlegger Paul Russell ..,.... ...... ' 'Saint" ....., ......,. R eally! .......,.v .......... M usic Composer ....,... .......... S ingef with Cas Walker's Boys SOPHOMORE HOROSCOPE Name . Ambition Prophecy V. l. Acuff, Jr ........ Kenneth Curl ......., Paul Dalton .......... Bill Day ..u.............. Claude Lawson ......,. Alton Newman ........ Gene Reagan ....... Patsy Anderson ,...... Sylva Boling ............ Wanda Bramlett., Vivian Brooks ....... Wanda Cate ........... Irene Green .......... Nellie Lauderdale .......,.. ........ Shirley Lowe ......... Mary James .......... Farmer ............ Mechanic ............ Business Man ...... Farmer .............,.. Mechanic ........ Engineer ............. Brick Mason ......,... Nurse .................. Beautician .......... Teacher ........,..... Veterinarian Owner of Swing and Swirl Nite Club Professor of Medicine at Slap Happy University Operating a 500 acre farm on the banks of the Holston River Chief Salesman for Cas Walker Owner of Jay Bird Hill Taxi System Founder of home for stray dogs and cats Private secretary for local lawyer Operating the Holston Beauty Salon Farmer's wife Stenographer ......... Wife of local business man. Actress .................... Chief flop of Earl Cate's general store Farmer's Wife .,......... ..., D irector of Physical Education at Slap Happy University Hospital Worker .......... Nurse .............,..... Stenographer ...... Singer .................. Glendon Parsons ......... ........ . Betty Wyrlck ............ Most Popular Boy ............ Nurse ............... Floorlady at Cherokee Cotton Mills Star of Hilbilly Hit Parade Songstress of Swing and Swirl Nite Club Wife of World War ll Veteran A teacher of Home Economics at old Rush Strong School WHO'S WHO IN THE FRESHMAN CLASS Charles Gaut Most Handsome Boy ....... Glenn Newman Mast Popular Girl ........... Juanita Cole Best Personality ............... A. L. Stallings and Juanita Stallings Quietest Boy .................... Jack Anderson Biggest Babies ................. James Day and Lois Robeson Quietest Girl .................... Betty Green Teacher's Pests ................. Edgar Bailey and Evalena MCCampbell The Old Maid .................. Alma Bales Teacher's Pet ......... ........ J ean Finchum The Old Bachelor ............ James Day Best All Around ............... Mary Lou Gout and Hazel Wagner Biggest Tomboy ............... Alma Bales r Jolliest ................ ,,,..,, L ayd Rabesan Sissiest. Boys ..................... Johnny Wagner and Hugh Cate 1 Wittiest ...........,,,. ....... N eta Baling Most Musical ........ ....... L eon Russell and Jean Finchum i Most Polite ...,.,..,.,. ..,.... R aberta Brooks Best Sports ............ s...... J oy Gann and Ralph Lawson Most Dignified ................. Joy Gann and Ralph Lawson Most Studiaus .................. Polly Hodges Most Imaginative ...,,..,,,,, Clarence Cate Prettiest Girl ......... ........ J uanita Cole Freshman Sweethearts ..., Mary Lou Cook and Edgar Bailey '4 H, STUDENT COUNCIL SLATED1 Mary Sue Loy, Secretary, Mr. John M. Wenger, Principal. STANDING: Wanda Cate, Sophomore Representative, Charles Gaut, Freshman Representative, John Frazier Senior Representativeg Floyd Bales, Jr., President, Pantha Padgett, Junior Representative, Frances Bolingci Junior Representative. 4 ,-gl R. S. H. S. HIGHLIGHTS FIRST ROW: Juanita Cale, Jean Stallings, Dorothy Langston, Jane Lawson, Ruth Underwood, Pantha Padgett. SECOND ROW: John Frazier, Gene Reagan, Claude Lawson, Ben Day, Edward Zink, Charles Gout, Floyd Bales, Jr. JUNIOR - SENIOR HOME ECONOMICS FIRST ROW: Mrs. Vaulta Bowman, Sponsor: Alene Lauderdale, Christine Cole, Marie Wilson, Rutli Underwood lean Stallings, Mary Faye Boling, Trula Moe Finclwum, Violet Beard, Mary Ruth Roderick. SECOND ROW: Doro Brewer, Agnes Lauderdale, Sue Loy, Tommie Large, Grace Beard, Puntha Padgett Frances Bolinger, Inez Smith, Virginia Hodges. FRESHMAN - SOPHOMORE HOME ECONOMICS FIRST ROW: Mrs, Vaulto Bowman, Sponsor: Mary Lou Cook, Hazel Wagner, Juanita Stallings, Juanita Cole, Glendon Parsons, Mary James, Wanda Bramlett, Wanda Cote. SECOND ROW: Evalcna McCampbell, Sylva Rena Boling, Vivian Brooks, Irene Green, Shirley Lowc, Patsy Anderson, Betty Wyriclc, Jean Finclwum, Neta Bowling, Mary Lou Gout. THIRD ROW: Nellie Lauderdale, Betty Green, Lucille Brewer, Lois Robeson, Alma Ruth Boles, Roberta Brooks, Polly Hodges, Joy Gann. fwf' fff FIRST SEMESTER Floyd Bales, Jr... Paul Russell... . .. Rulh Underwood ,,,,,,,, Dora Brewer ........ Max Sliner ,,,, .. ,,,...., .. Miss Virginia Adkins ........ VOLUNTEER LITERARY SOCIETY President ....,Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer Program Chairman Sergeanl-al-Arms ... Sponsor .. SECOND SEMESTER .......Mary Sue Loy .. .....,.. Paul Russell . .. Ruth Underwood .Edward Zink .. . .... ..Max Sliner Miss Virginia Adkins FIRST ROW: Miss Virginia Adkins, Sponsor, Evalena McCampbell, Joy Gann, Hazel Wagner, Roberta Brooks, Alma Ruth Bales, Mary Lou Cook, Mary Lou Gaul, Grace Beard, Vivian Brooks, Christine Cole. SECOND ROW: Dora Brewer, Ruth Underwood, Polly Hodges, Alene Lauderdale, Edna Lawson, Inez Smith. Mary Sue Loy, Sylva Rena Boling, Mary James, Virginia Hodges, Paul Russell, THIRD ROW: Burnese Cale, Violel Beard, Evelyn Grey, Hazel Wilson, Roy Cook, Max Sfiner, Floyd Bales, Edward Zink, V, I. Acuff, Alton Newman, Edgar Bailey, Ralph Lawson, Bill Day. FIRST SEMESTER Tommie Large .,,.,,,,, Frances Bolinger., , Jean Bailey .,..., ,,,, Ben Day., ,, , Bruce Bales ,............ Mrs. Vaulta Bowman ,,.. .. JEFFERSONIAN LITERARY SOCIETY ,. .. President ,. , , ,Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Program Chairman ,. Sergeant-at-Arms Sponsor . SECOND SEMESTER . ..... Bill Robeson .,,....,TruIa Finchum ., Frances Bolinger , .Ben Day .Charles Gaut Mrs. Vaulta Bowman FIRST ROW: Johnny Wagner, James Day, A. L. Stallings, Hugh Cate, Leon Russell, Jack Anderson SECOND ROW: Irene Green, Shirley Lowe, Neta Boling, Lucille Brewer, Betty Green, Juanita Stallings, Juanita Cole, Glendon Parsons, Wanda Bramlett, Wanda Cate, Dorothy Langston, Ruth Anderson, Mrs. Vault.: Bowman, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: Georgia Shelton, Nellie Lauderdale, Agnes Lauderdale, Mary Ruth Roderick, Jane Lawson, Pantha Padgett, Frances Bolinger, Jean Stallings, Mary Faye Boling, Jean Bailey, Betty Wyriclr, Patsy Ander- son, Lois Robeson. FOURTH ROW: Ben Day, Claude Lawson, Glen Newman, Bill Robeson, Trula Mae Finchum, John Frazier, Tommie Large, Bruce Bales, Charles Gout, Marie Wilson, Donald Finchum, F. M. Davis. 7,ff,LwW? "C GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW: Mrs. Vaulta Bowman, Sponsor, Jean Bailey, Trula Mae Finchum, Marie Wilson, Christine Cole, Sylva Rena Boling, Mary Faye Boling, Jean Stallings, Juanita Cole, Evalena McCampbell, Virginia Hodges, Wanda Cate. SECOND ROW: Lucille Brewer, Lois Robeson, Mary Sue Loy, Wilma Webber, Frances Bolinger, Dora Brewer, Tommie Large, Alma Ruth Bales, Glendon Parsons, Betty Wyrick, Grace Beard. THIRD ROW: Mary Lou Gout, Joy Gann, Wanda Bramlett, Hazel Wagner, Shirley Lowe, Mary James, Patsy Anderson, Vivian Brooks, Pantha Padgett, Jean Finchum. I RHYTHM BAND FIRST ROW: Eddie Cook, Myrna Brooks, Earl Edmonds, Wanda Cook, Leland Jones, Bobbie Riner, Joan Witt, Bobbie Martin, Wayne Horner, Betty Jane Webster, Leader. SECOND ROW: Shirley Forgety, Mabel Morgan, Sherman Lee, Charles Wenger, Ann Martin, Sue Cooper, Ella B. Finchum, Shirley Brooks, Shirley Hickman, Mary Laura Underwood, Jean Stipes, Laura Cochran, Billy Norton. THIRD ROW: R. B. Webster, ammy Stallings, Frankie Boyd, Charles Norton, Joe Doty, Lloyd Horner, Dorothy Jean Ealy, Margaret Ann Wenger, Betty Sue Wilson, Linda Lou Childress, John Stallings, Morris Mullins, Billy Wayne Grey. I 1 4 I 1 H4 ,if .,, Q fggi i. m e f. C 1 1 k ' ' ' MDM-V' ' "" Q if H 1 A , ' 4 , "K" ' - , . f - ' if A- ' l 'iia fm 1 Q 4, 1 ,Gy e -4 ' . Q I ' l ' ' 31f3If 'egg4 2 j A i f,- 4 ,,' S L 'vwu-nfl ' ' ' ' 'L ' ' if 'QV ' - 'UA-CfA1v -42-ff' if "V Q Q n M ux.uJLL LZQJQLK V " ' L i, f X 2 r Ax. G . 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