Class of 1945

May 9th, 2009

Senior Class Officers were: Edgar Datesman, president; Doris Jones, vice president; Isabelle Leiser, secretary; and Eleanor Bieber, treasurer; Miss Kathryn E. Klingman, class advisor.

Joyce Kaniia AlbertsonRobert Stanley FryerEugene Lawrence McBryan
Bertha Mae AlbrightWilliam Oscar FullerEmma Jane McCormick
Claudine Jean BarrettMary Louise GreinerMaxine Elizabeth Miller
Eileen Mae BergerThelma Alverna GreshFrederick Junior Newton, Jr.
Eleanor Aileen BieberEnid Marie HartmanDonna Louise Plotts
Alma Maxine BradfordJane Marie HartranftForrest Howard Ranck
Elinor Jane BrownAnne Louise HoffmanPaul Richard Raup
Joseph Nicely BrysonIna Mae JohnsonMary Elizabeth Reaser
Clarence Raymond Buss, Jr.Doris Lucille JonesPaul Snyder, Jr.
Harvey Francis CrawfordEleanor Loraine KochMarilee Frances Sterner
Edgar Miles DatesmanKatherine Virginia KochAllen Rosco Vognetz
Mary Jane DelanyAnna Elizabeth LaidackerJune Patricia Wagner
Kenneth Ross DitzlerIsabelle Smith LeiserMary Vidella Watts
Betty Jane ElliottEmma Jean LoseEarl Leroy Yoder
Thomas William Evans, Jr.Freda Mae LynnLenna Mae Young
George Solomon FairchildOla Mae LyonsLewis Monroe Young
Robert Johnathan FisherElsie Joyce MarshallLois Elizabeth Zarr
Miriam Louella Frederick
Last Modified: 12.27.22

3 Responses

  1. Jeremy Young Says:

    My grandmother was Enid Marie HARTMAN (not Hartranft)..I believe someone may have typed her name onto this website incorrectly, as the person below her has a similarly-spelled last name. She passed away last year, and I would appreciate if we could honor her by acknowledging the proper spelling of her name. Thank you very much!

    Comment by James Robison: Thank you Jeremy for your correction – I know how frustrating it can be when someone misspells a name or even worse, gets it wrong all together. This is one of the reasons the website was established so the public can proof the work and a most accurate history can be recorded. I double checked my original source – a newspaper account entitled “Bits of Area History” by William G. Murdock, the listing for your grandmother was indeed “Hartranft” but after cross referencing with a 1945 Yearbook, I see that it should be “Hartman.” The correction has been made and I thank you again for pointing out the mistake.

  2. Pauline Turner Says:

    I wondered where this Eugene McBryan lived. In town? Also Hazel McBryan from the class of ’33, where did she live? Is she a relative of Eugene?

    Comment by James Robison: The McBryan’s happen to be relation of mine. Hazel was the oldest and Eugene the youngest of six children born to William G. and Josephine H. Hagey McBryan. I’m not sure where they lived growing up, but their mother was from White Deer.

  3. Pauline Turner Says:

    I’m glad to know you are related to the McBryans. My sister would have graduated 1939, I believe My brother who graduated 1947 , said there was a McBryan in my sister’s class, he thinks that man’s nickname was Jake or Shorty. Anyone you know about? Thanks for any info

    Comment by James Robison: There was indeed a McBryan in the class of 1939 ~ his name was George Franklin McBryan (not aware of any nickname). George was born June 19, 1921 and died August 27, 1972 in Florala, AL. He had married Dazzie Harrison on December 7, 1943. George served in the US Airforce during WW II and the Korean Conflict. His widow died August 15, 1987. They are both buried at Greenwood Memorial Cemetery in Florala, AL.

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