THE GOLDEN AGE OF JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL 1948
On February 5, 1948 ~ The annual staff at Jefferson High School announced that the first edition of the Jeffersonian had gone to press. Orders were now being taken. They were $ 2.50 per copy. The advertising Manager was Betty Roberts.
High School Graduation was on May 23, 1948. Morris Bryant Senior passed out Diplomas. He was the chairman of the Board of Education.
1948 Graduates were; Carolyn Adams, Audrey Allen, Betty Jean Ash, Sara Frances Breazeale, Emma Brooks, Daniel Carithers, Gloria Carithers, Vera Carithers, Norris Curruth, Lloyd Craven, Hilda Crow, May Dowdy, Bobby Dozier, Boyd Drake, Carlton English, James Faulkner, Paul Ferguson, Carolyn Flowers, Doris Freeman, Willie Nelle Garrett, Lewis Harper, Jane Hendrix, Newell Howard, Herbert Logan, Archie Lloyd, Jr., C.B. Lord, Sara Lynn, Hattie Reid Maddox, Wylie McEver, Virginia Moncrief, Helen Motes, Doris Nabors, Minnette Nash, Ethelene Nix, Rudolph Phillips, C. L. Potts, Allie Mae Rainwater, Dorothy Robinson, Roy smith, Betty Snelling, Harold Standridge, Lorene Stepp, Doris Tolbert, Eugene Toney, Winston Turner, Jean Venable, Imogene Westmoreland, Lounette Weir, and Harry Yonce.
The BEST SONG of 1948 was; Bob Hope - Buttons and Bows
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