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Scottsville High School Class of 1952

Scottsville  High School Class of 1952

Name:  Scottsville High School Class of 1952

Date:  1952

Image Number:  ScottsvilleHS1952CD01

Comments:  The Scottsville High School (SHS) graduating class held Class Night exercise at the school on 29 May 1952.  Shown above are the following members of SHS Class of 1952 with their Principal T.H. Gillis and Class Sponsor Mrs. Mildred Culbertson:

Front row (L to R):   Mrs. Mildred Culbertson, Class Sponsor;  Betty Custer;  Margaret Wharam;  Charlotte Moon;  Virginia Lee Thacker;  Goldie Ripley;  Janice Adcock;  and Lena Beverly.

Center Row (L to R):  Lucille Patterson;  Anne Wheeler;  Christine Catlett;  Barbara Simmons;  Dorothy Moon;  Betty Johnson;  Shirley Spradlin;  Jamie Sibert;  and T.H. Gillis, Principal.

Back Row (L to R):  Richard Heath;  James Haley;  Pete Purvis;  Charles Hamner, Jr.;  William Moon, Jr.;  Wilson Harrison;  Donald Combs;  and Sidney Morris.

During the Class Night exercises, held at Scottsville High School, Wilson Harrison and Mrs. Laura H. Bramham received the William Day Smith award for performing the most unselfish service to Scottsville High School during the past year.  This award is in honor of a former Scottsville School Principal.  Wilson and Mrs. Bramham were presented with small plaques engraved with their names, and their names will also go on a permanent plaque at the school.  Wilson had done much for the school in publications, working on the yearbook, the school newspaper, and writing a column of school news in the Scottsville Sun newspaper.  Mrs Bramham retired last year after teaching in Scottsville for 30 years.  Pete Purvis, President of the Senior Class, gave the award to Wilson.  School Principal T. H. Gillis presented the plaque to Mrs. Bramham.

Christine Catlett made the Valedictorian address, entitled "Planning Today for Success Tomorrow."

Virginia Lee Thacker, class Salutatorian, spoke on "School Spirit."

The United States Rubber Company Achievement Award to the most outstanding student in the 1952 graduating class went to Wilson Harrison.  Donald Carroll, plant manager, made the presentation, consisting of a cup and a check for $100 for continuation of Wilson's studies.  He will enter the Richmond Professional Institute.

Miss Catlett won the Commercial Medal in addition to a medal for being Valedictorian.  Miss Thacker received a Salutatorian medal.  Others medals were presented to the following students:  Phyllis Patterson, Library Medal;  Lena Beverly, Home Economics Medal;  Charles Hamner, Jr., Babe Ruth Sportsmanship Award;  Bobby Spencer, Social Studies Award;  and Virginia Lee Londeree, English Medal.

Gretchen Deines provided piano music for the occasion.

Following are the Senior portraits for the Scottsville High School Class of 1952:
Janice Mae Adcock Lena Dewitt Beverly Willie Christine Catlett
    Janice Mae Adcock     Lena Dewitt Beverly     Willie Christine Catlett
Donald Ray Combs, Class Vice President Betty Marie Custer Naomi Ruth Haga
         Donald Ray Combs   Betty Marie Custer   Naomi Ruth Haga
James Aubrey Haley Charles Edward Hamner Wilson Leslie Harrison
James Aubrey Haley Charles Edward Hamner Wilson Leslie Harrison.
Richard Thomas Heath Betty Jane Johnson Charlotte June Moon
        Richard Thomas Heath Betty Jane Johnson   Charlotte June Moon
Dorothy Louise Moon William Franklin Moon, Jr. Sydney Lee Morris
  Dorothy Louise Moon         William Franklin Moon, Jr. Sydney Lee Morris
Marion Lucille Patterson Pete Purvis Goldie Ann Ripley
       Marion Lucille Patterson Pete Purvis              Goldie Ann Ripley
Janie Lee Sibert Barbara June Simmons Shirley Leona Spradlin
   Janie Lee Sibert       Barbara June Simmons Shirley Leona Spradlin   
Virginia Lee Thacker Margaret Lillian Wharam Anne Beth Wheeler
Virginia Lee Thacker Margaret Lillian Wharam   Anne Beth Wheeler    
Jean Carol Wheeler Thomas H. Gillis, SHS Principal Mildred Culbertson, Class Sponsor
       Jean Carol Wheeler        Thomas H. Gillis, SHS Principal Mildred Culbertson, Sponsor   

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Top Image Located On:  Capturing Our Heritage, Scottsville Sun May 29, 1952
Bottom Images Located On:  Capturing Our Heritage, Scottsville HS Class of 1952

 

         


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