1949 Parker-Gray High School Teachers and Graduating Class

Note from Principal W. H. Pitts
1949 Note from Principal W.H. Pitts

The Parker-Gray High School year of 1948 – 1949 had one principal and twenty-six teachers.

William H. Pitts, Sr. – Principal
Mary Tunstall Adams – Social Studies
A.W. Adkins – English, Math
Susie E. Anderson – English, Science
Arthur W. Bracey – Shop
Janie R. Browne – Fourth
Edith W. Casey – English
Flora W. Chase – Commercial
Helen L. Day – Seventh Grade
Thelma M. Dorsey – First
Ellen Goods – Third, Fourth
Lauretta H. Hall – Art, Social Studies
Ferris Holland – Science
Earleen L. Hughes – Social Studies, English, French
Naomi C. Jackson – Second
Louis R. W. Johnson – Physical Education
Rubye S. Johnson – Physical Education
Louis Johnson – Physical Education
Dorothy P. Key – Librarian
Alma P. Murray – First, Second
Edward L. Patterson – Music
Bernice J. Perry – Eighth
Julia E. Pritchett – Seventh
Lucile Smith – Eight
Mabel Lee Smith – Mathematics
Ruby E. Smith – Home Economics
Geraldine Stevenson – Seventh
Elease N. Vaughn – Third

There were forty-four students in the Class of 1949.

Clinton Allen
Philip Bell
Dorothy Blackburn
Ivan Bourne
Emma Brown
Joseph Burlass
Ruby Baskerville Butler
Louis Carroll
Barbara Procter Daniels
Freddie Daniels
Lloyd Diggs
Audrey Washington Dove
Marietta Jackson Easley
Carlton Funn
Isaiah Gray
Winifred Roberts Grimes
Costella Morrison Hayes
Roland Hollins
Sarah Tory Huggins
Burrell Hyden
Delores Hyden
Calvin Jackson
Helen Jackson
Dorothy Jarrett
Ruth Johnson
Jean Lane
Eugene Major
Lyles McInnis
Mildred Mundell
Charles Nelson
Earleen Pritchett
Gloria Procter
Charles Rice
Morris Sibert
Gene Simon
Charles Stanton
Marion Smith Stanton
Donald Taylor
Ellen Thomas
George Thomas
Catherine Watterson Ward
Robert Waters
Nellie Woods
Maxine Zellers

Author: cmb12

Char McCargo-Bah is the owner/founder of FindingthingsforU, LLC. She is a professional genealogist, researcher consultant, lecturer, teacher and author coach. She is the author of two books and you can find those books on amazon.com by putting search on her name. She became a Living Legend in Alexandria, Virginia in 2014.

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