1950 Parker-Gray High School Teachers and Graduating Class

Parker-Gray High School Class of 1950

The Parker-Gray High School year of 1949 – 1950 had one principal and twenty-six teachers.

William H. Pitts, Sr. – Principal
Mary Tunstall Adams – Sociology, Social Studies
A.W. Adkins – English, English/Math
Susie E. Anderson – 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, Second
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
Dorothy P. Key – Librarian
Alma P. Murray – First
Edward L. Patterson – Music
Bernice J. Perry – English, Guidance
Julia E. Pritchett – Seventh
Lucile Smith – Seventh
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.

Margaret Allen
Ida Barne
Leo Brooks
Elmer Bumbray
James Burlass
Juanita Butler
Betty Carter
Patricia Carter
Joyce Casey
Maydell Casey
Delores Colbert
Gloria Diggs
Walter Hargrow
Madgerine Hines
Richard Hollinger
Jean Jackson
Naomi Johnson
Bernice Jones
Rosa King
Stanley Kirton
Ruby Lewis
Vivian Lindsey
Barbara Loudon
Thomas Lovingood
Lucretia McGee
Hazel Miller
Wilbur Moore
Juette Porter
Lillian Pritchett
Robert Quander
Blanche Randall
Delores Reeves
Rufus Robinson
Moses Smith
Julia Stokes
Imogene Tabscott
Edward Talley
Gladys Thompson
Roscoe Tillery
Jean Triplett
Janet Wanzer
Geraldine Wilson
Clarice Williams
Ruby Worthy

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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