The Clarion yearbook staff in 1946 was Imogene Collins; editor; Esther Hall; co, editor; J.B. Hall; artist; Delma Brown, associate editor; Owen Adams, advertising manager; Charles Hall, sales manager; Valma Collins, business manager; Velda Kincer, assistant business manager; Jean Polly, joke editor; Ralph Whitson, assistant sales manager; Gaynell Blair, photograph editor; Gwendolyn Adams, organization editor; Bill Paul Frazier, sports editor; Jeanette Wampler, feature editor; Ethel Standifer, snapshot editor; and W.L. Stallard, advisor.
The Black Kat Staff in 1946 was editor Ruby June Adams, associate editor Ann Hays, business managers Imogene Collins and Fernoy Mosgrove, subscription managers Kathryn Back and William Cook, gossip editor Jeanette Wampler, assistant editor Lavon Sparks, exchange editors Jean Polly and Rachel C., joke editor Jo Nell Board, assistant Charles Hall, sports editor J.B. Hall, advertising Ermadene Collins and Velda Kincer, artist. Pendleton.
The senior class officers of 1946 were President Ruby June Adams, Secretary Betty Jo Whitson, Treasurer Valma Collins, Sergeant at Arms O.P. Hart, Sponsors Isaac Hogg and Follace Fields.
The junior class officers of 1946 were President Paula Flinchum, Vice-President Herbert Caudill, Secretary Earl Webb, Sergeant at Arms Bill Fairchild, Sponsors Mrs. John E. Passmore and Mrs. Glynn H. Sparks
The sophomore class officers of 1946 were President Albert Routley, Vice-President Alex Hall, Secretary Nell Vermillion, Treasurer Helen Faye Fairchild, Sergeant at Arms Douglas Moncrief, Sponsors Edgar Banks, Mrs. Lonnie Breeding and W.L. Stallard.
Who’s Who in the senior class, 1946
Wilma Flinchum, Neatest ; Valma Collins, Dreamer; Ruby June Adams, Cutest; Charles Hall, Neatest; Jeanette Wampler, Most Likely To Succeed; Gwendolyn Adams, Most Studious; Betty Jo Little, Best All Around Girl; Imogene Collins, Wittiest ; Fernoy Mosgrove, Most Humble; Ann Hays, Most Old Maidish; David Blair, Most Handsome; Karu Ison, Most Studious; Dimple Caudill, Most Reserved; Billie Paul Frazier, Wittiest ; Edward Blair, Best Sport ; Delma Brown, Biggest Flirt; Ethel Standifer, Most Humble; Rex Edmiston, Bachelor; Keith Kincer, Most Reserved; Lavine Fields, Most Likely To Succeed; Betty Jo Whitson, Best Personality; Ellis Day, Biggest Flirt ; Jimmie Craft, Best Personality; Owen Adams, Most Popular.
The Poet’s Page of the 1946 yearbook contained:
Seasons Just Luck
Each man has his day
Gosh Mon. I sure am lucky,
A renowned poet once wrote,
Just as lucky as can be,
Also each season has its pla y Nope, I didn’t make an A today
This lowly poet now quotes.
Didn’t even make a C.
Each season seems the best of all
You’re wrong, it wasn’t that Mom.
As each comes in its turn, I didn’t win a prize
Winter, spring, summer, and fall
It isn’t new at all, I’d say,
All help us to live and to learn.
Just an old but good surprise.
No, I didn’t find a nickel
Ah gee, I think you’re so dumb
It’s nothing like that at all.
Of course my Daddy knows it
Come on, just one more guess!
Gee Whiz, you’re wrong again Mom,
I might as well confess.
Even all the neighbors know it
And I guess that you do too,
It’s just that I think I’m lucky
Cause I was born to you.
-Ruby June Adams