A A Wilson High School - Leopards Echo Yearbook (Malvern, AR)

 - Class of 1954

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A ,r 0 X ZW Q LIBBIEQ Q Y ,ZX ii? lrlrfdinn We dedlcate the 1953 5-1 Leopards Eeho to xou for xoul help and encouragement to us and whose fortmghtnesb and generoslty haxe left a lastmg lmpresslon on our lues xx 1th love and appreclatlon The Staff C 0 X COSQP W1 To our loyal friend and counselor Miss .-LA, Wilson. 7 A - 1: ,L ,xr Y 4 Y W 'tw r . .President Editor Chief .Ass. Editor . . .Typist . . .Sale M. . . . .Typist Ophelia Kex Publieity Director Mittie Powell Class Editor lohu Williams Jr . g .Printer 1' ' 'X , .4r'1"" WX gui, P 0 'WN ffm if 5 PN., K-7 M .-F""" ""dp '1l"""""' Q 3 I V V JI! If f If Z , r i , f Q 7 , ga " N -Ef ix-s-Wm Q If X 4 X X hx L , x X ' 1211 A--vb X ff . I-ii' 1 f' ff X 9 fx ' R 1' SN X :i , V ,f"N'!' x f V, I i if ' X ff: rg ' ,if f' I' ' , fl Q V - ,ffl ' X A ,ff in 'se ' 'W'---N. ' I7 if 1 If ts, X i 'E ,.-f v X f V f a ,' I 1 - ff ,W ' A Y f we .' 41' 1 1 -L: -I ' .I fg A , V- '- Xl 4 ' "N ' """' ' ' 'K -,f',,, V T . ,XY . t r , "" 'X ' K pf X 'k.- 'a,. "'. "i w h K I MR LYAI.. L BRUCE Superlntendent SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS Mr. 'I H. Black, President Mr- J. M Clem Mr. C, H. Paul, Secretary MI' S H H111 Mr I. R Luker A I I J 4 .Q ' V". J n J . r EdwardE Ba11ey Prlnclpal THE PRINCIP XL SPEAKS lt 1S a pleasure to congratulate you the sen1or class and your sponsor for vour cooperatlve effort 1n puttlng out thls year book It lS my earnest hope that as the years pass you w1ll flnd tune to take th1s memento from the shelf and ldle through 1ts pages ln so dolng lt would be wlse to search yourself o see whether your tlme spent ln school part1c1pat1r1g IH the var1ous act1v1t1es has helped you to l1ve rlcher and fuller llfe lf lt has you should use thls experlence to lnsplre the boys and glrl of your tlme to take full advantage of all posslble opportunltmes that the schools afford lhls IS true because a strong democratlc way of llfe 1S detex lrlned by a well mforrned people I congratulate you agaln on your cho1ce of Mlss X A W1lson to whom thls year book 15 dedlcated She has been an msplratlon to many boys and glrls who have made useful cltlzens ln our socxetv 1 wlsh each of you much success what ever your undertakmg should be ' . ,. 1 Q d .ug y Q 1 . , . 1-: .4 , ' l Q I I 1 .' . ' 0 I n ' l f ' ' '---- ' '-'.'.','.sxN ' 1 ' X -fi " -:-:-:-:-" 5 'lin ' -.Av IW . . I , l ' Q 1 U , . , - , l, Y I a ' A . . J 7 V V 'X I I ' s ' ' . 1 ' ' ' L. ' .fl L .VV z . . 1 M' ' u . NS Mrs H E Ba1ley Soclal Sclence Department B A Phllander Srruth Advanced Study Teachers College Columbla Un1vers1ty fuzu 3 g,-4.4Q" M1ss Hazel G11more Mrs Dor1sS W11118IDS Enghsh Home Economlc Department Department Commerclal B S A M 81 N College B A Phllander Smlth Advanced Study Tuskegee Instltute ,ae-5. XSL: 1 "'i.,,,..f Mr J. W. Wllllams, Jr Mr. Charles R. Looper Mathematlcs Department Soclal Sclence Coach Engllsh Asslstant Coach B. S , Johnson C. Smlth Uruverslty B. A., Pralrle Vlew Z' I 1' cl , ff.-HJ - -1. sq ' ' .,... - .Z-fi ' ? ish ' - V! '71 'fr- , ,: al3' 'F - if , I-,,1 Q ll Q- xx 1 in If 4 . 'V fy ,, 0 ' X . , D , Q 0 Q - I ' ' - 9 - . ' . .g . . . . .L ' . . Q S Q J , 3 ., ' X 9 gl fuiulgg 'iii '49 rn. K M1ss Jaunlta Porchla Mr ArthurJ Wllson Sclence Department Mathematics HMO ca . , , fx F CW 0 PC ., .X , 'k"Q' x,- ' y ,,' Band Instructor B. S.g A. M. SLN. College . .- .5 ' - ' , 'I.. i , . 9 ' ,- D 1 ' ' I . if ' P O Mrs Ada W Hawkms Enghsh B S Arkansas Baptlst M A Lnlxerslty ofArL.ansas B X Phllander qflilfh A A Unlversltx of Arkansas INTERDENOMINATIONAL MINISTERS' WIVES ALLIANCE Organized October 22, 1951 President. . ....... . . .Mrs. C. V. Stinson First Vice-President. . . . .Mrs. R. G. Gloster Second Vice-President. . . . .Mrs. W. S. Hayes Secretary ......... . .Mrs. S. J. Benson Treasurer ....... . . .Mrs. H. D. Dorn Chaplain. . . . .Mrs. J. H. White Counselors. . .... Mrs. M. S. Riley Mrs. J. B. Shumpert First group to offer one-hundred dollar scholarship to Malvern High School Student. Award given Wilson High Student --- Class 1953. SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. M. McCoy, Mrs. S. A. P. Smith, Mrs. T. Y. B. Graham, Mrs. W. M. Hayman, Mrs. Thelma Burks. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. L. D. Lea, Treasurer of Scholar- ship Fundg Mrs. V. Benson, Secretary, Mrs. J. B. Shumpert, Counselor, Mrs. Mattie L. Anderson. NOT SHOWN: Mrs. R. G. Gloster, Mrs. W. S. Hayes, Mrs. F. R. Williams, Mrs. Ernestine Smith, Mrs. H. D. Dorn, Mrs. J. H. White, Mrs. Wilma Stewart, Mrs. Elsie Gloster, Mrs. D. Hudson, Mrs. M. Adams, Mrs. T. O. Crudup, Mrs. A. C. Wilcher, Mrs. Irene Bullock, Mrs. S. J. Bryant. 'xxxvr ffi I , 2 3 i . 5 Q 1 ,L - 1 P EN ,l 'x i X Q- 15' x F 'K 1' Y f 'ee L ,,,. UQ 5 1 E 4? W . 1 Q 3 f 3 2 ii i xx-N 2 i '75-,X 1 Y' .J J 'V i 1 Laurean A nderson Glee Club-1950-54 11.10. Q lL1iJ-1900-194 Basketball-1951-54 Uramatic Club-1952-54 Commercial-1953-54 L 1 , Qi +1 .7 C X, 1 6' ,S , I Willie Bryant Physical Ed.-1950-54 Football-1953-54 Glee Club-1952-54 ,nv Leontine Bailey Glee Club-1952-54 Dramalic Club-1950-54 Class Reporter-1953-54 Cheer Leader-1953-54 Commercial-1950-54 President of the T.A.S. Club cninr Armenia Davis Secretary of I-LE. 1950-51 Vice President of class 1952 Commercial class- 1951-52 Vice President of T.A.S. club 1952-53 Dorothy E lla Burnett Glee Club- 1 952-54 Dramatic Club-15953-54 Secretary-1952-54 Hand- 1 -54 Commercial-1952-5-1 Phillip Greene Physical Education-1950-52 Glee Club-1952-54 Business llflanager-1952-53 President of Class-1953-5-4 David Hudson Physical Ed.- 1950-54 Football- 1950-54 Glee Club- 1953-54 Minnie Kennedy Basketball- 1 95 1 -53 Glee Club- 1950-54 Band-1 951-53 T.A.S. Club-1953-54 Dramatic Club-1952-54 Commercial Class-1951-53 .40 WN, Gladys Henderson Ophelia Key Glee Ciub-1950 sec'y-1952-53 Mile S Locke Veteran U. S. Army Football-1952 . Q t 1- . 1 " 5?f'?5ii? fi ik 1 - - T P, . ,. 1 gr 1 Nigga - Q.. - ,I- ay, ,, Band-1 951-52 Secretary- 1 953-54 Armed Force Day Queen- 1953 Captain of Pep Squad Candidate for Football Queen- l 953 Glee Club- 1952-54 Baby R uth Morgan Glee Club-1952-54 Band-1950-52 Student Council-1953-54 Cheer Leader-1953-54 Commercial-1952-54 Candidate for Queen-1952-53 N,-,,,9 1 Lillian Moss Glee Club-1953-54 Pep Club-1953-54 H.E. Club-1950-51 Commercial-1951-54 Dramatic Club-1952-53 Q ' Lillie Stitt H. E. Club-1950-52 Commercial Class 1953 ff.-",l Hannah Merriweather Glee Club-1953-54 Pep Club-1953-54 Football Queen-1952 Secretary of Student Council 1953-54 Band- 1950-51 Commercial- 1951-54 O. D. Smith Football- 1950-52 Basketball- 1952 Captain Football 1 952 4-1-' , .f . 'A' 5 I , f Mittie Powell Glee Club-1950-54 Band-1950-51 Dramatic-1950-5-1 H. E. 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ROW TWO: Richard Murchison, Leo Smith, Jimmie Dixon, LauraF Betty Nolen, Maude Robinson, Beulah Bradford, Lizzie McCalister Mitchell, Goldene Lawson, Jeff Young, Frederick Stewart and William ROW THREE: Willie McNeely, Dean Griffin, Judge McCellan, Glen Freddie Sanders, Rudolph Elliot, London Easley, Marvin Williams, Lambert, Walter Davis and Mrs. H. Gilmore. J Mattie Berdia arming, , Clara Burks. 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'Y 4 : , . n Wiz . 5' ,y C 1 .A ' - 1 f 5 l , Qjfirg. . 2, , , VOX CLASS HISTORY It came to pass promptly upon the stroke of nine we answered the conductors call and started out on the upper grade tram of knowledge We were placed as Freshmen and the presxdent Paullne Jones saw that we galned sufflcxent class PEP and SCHOOL SPIRIT There were thlrty seven Jolly members To our regret we lost thlrteen wonderful class members They were Ed1th Ames Mary Frances Cregg M T Dedmon W1ll1e T Fractlon Fred D Hall W1l11arn Hynes Clarence Lock Mary Frances Murchlson Clara Neal Joe Edward Reed MBXIDE Smlth Catherlne Wrlght and W1ll1am Earl Wllllams After havlng met the requlrements of a Freshmen group we were transferred to the Sophomore car wlth twenty four members of whlch we lost slx Maggle Carroll Ellzabeth Dlckerson Sue McCraw Ruthle People Lawrence Powell and Catherlne Slmpson The Journey was llvened by anumber of partles teas and other occaslons Wlth the passlng of tlme we aga1n shlfted bemng placed 1n the Juruor Coach wlth twenty slx members John Wllllams was elected presldent Slde trlps were made to the Athletlc Fleld where numerous passengers become pro the Junlor year Matthew Blackmon Paullne Jones and Dora Lee Tatum Then came the happy day We were transferred to the Senlor Coach wlth lncreased prlvlleges and respons1b1l1t1es Ph1ll1pGreen1s the presldent The class of 1953 5-1 loom on Commerlcement Statlon 111 the near dlstance VVe can now appreclate more fully the SUT'J91"VlSlOIl glxen by conductor lvlrs Henrletta Balley and Head brakernan Prlnclpal E E Ballev 3SS1St8d by a capable faculty -Xt Comnxencernent Statlon on lvlount of Leaxlng we leaxe the Senlor Coach to becorne passengers on varlous roads leadlng through the N alley of Opportunmy lnto the Land of Great Bevonds to the ClTlGS of Success Fame and Worthy Ach1everrent I , . . . - . , , . 1 h Q J o . , , . I , F . . r- . , . . I , . j , J fessional in football, basketball and other sports. We lost three members in :- , ' . L ', . , ' ' , P! , , ' ' ' ' 7 . , . . , V .1 1 A V O 1 ass Prophecy 5 Um? aboard! Dear friends we are about to take a fllght to dl tatt parts of the S T 1 SE G Ipllf 1 Cs F swltrhboard opel ator at the liedezlc k Menu: a' Hospital e an tt L5l11ygt43n U 1 where flnkey Silly s Secretar n the Whwe House let s go across tnq sea in France where we see Dorothy Burnett as a Stenographex 1n a large Buslness Offlce m par-15 we also see Johnme Sally as a model for La Paltz Fashlon shop lNow We wlu Lorne back to New York Clty where M1DD16 R Kennedy the Dlnah Washlngton of the future 15 now slnglng at the famous Stork Club as we vtew thls great clty we 599 John Wllllams Jr better known as Mr Sax as an Orchestra leader at the Swanky Vx 111131115 Club Bow lets vlew Mercy Hospltal where Mlllle Powell 15 a Surgery Doctor and Armenla Davls 15 head nurse we go to the famous Hudson Hotel forarest Davld Hudggn 15 the owner Now lets look 1n on the sports world Prank Tatum 15 coach gf the Globe Trotters on to Brooklyn where W1ll1e Bryant 15 Manager of the Brooklvn Dndgef-5 35 We vlew more and more we see Mlles Lock as a T N Camera maxt for C B S Telev1s1on Nletwork we go over to Mlohlgan where O D Smlth 15 a coach at M1ch1gan State ln Lansmg Over to Detrolt where Leont1ne Balley 15 a prlvate Secretary at the Ford Plant on over toCh1cago where L1ll1an Moss 1S seen seated 1Il Virlgley Experlment BUlld1Hg 35 3 Secretary now to Portland Oregon to the Veterans Adm1n1strat1on Bu1ld mg where Hannah Merrlweather 1S a Prlvate Secretary on to St LOU1SM1SSOUT1lO Hgnqey G Phllhps Hospltal where Llllle B Stltt 15 a reglstered nurse now back to Ar-kansas Whgre We tour Plne Bluff to fmd Bennle Thrasher Presldent of A.M W College, and bagk to our startlng place Dear Old Wllson I-hgh where Mrs Ballev 15 1n a twlrl gettlng ancyther group ready for afllght around the world. 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'FJ fs: Sy1v1a S to R1ght Ernestme Taylor Dorothy W1111 Let SE ATED Iromng Board Shxrley Uavxs Dan el Nolen At ISJF ght Betty Kmg Betty Key Vlrglma Barker Dorothy Mary Thomas Delols Trotter Instruc Rude Bobbme Hawkans tru a Adams Mlldred Cunrungh Cla' 5 Will e me semor Class of 1954 of the rlty of Nlalvern Countv of Hot Sprlngs and the 'Y nf YO rrgake pu pjwr gpm f-I P P- 1 marie the Jvl- r pgi wwf? the -ae wr'-1 w 'W ,-3 1 alrean leaves ner Ueauiliul an J V"JlC,6 U wrothy Wx' 1 o re a lev fave W typlng amllty lo Nlattle Ihrasner ard G1 an 16 Nelson Do: -alll El Bu net Q or duea her flutlsts abxlzty W1ll1e Bryant lea Jes me ha idsorneaess to Walmer lj l s Betty Nolen and L1ZZ18 MeCal1ster Armenla Davls leaves her ablllty to speak Ph 'Hp Greene leaves hls polltlcal ab1l1ty to W1ll1e McNeely Gladys Henderson leaves her pleaslng personalltv to Vester Smlth and Mary Strlnger To Dean Grlffln Davld Hudson leaves h1s ab1l1tv to play a good end ln football Ophella Key leaves her Cheerful d1s posltlon and wllllng splrlt to Carrle Mltchell Wallace NI1:-con and B lly Larnbert To Blchard Murchlnson and Jlmmle Dlxon Mlnnle Kennedy leaves her loxe and frlendshlp M1les Loek leaves hls knowledge to Leo Smlth Marvln Wllllarns and Rudolph Elllot To Dorothy and Maud Eva Ruth Morgan and Hannah Merrlweather leaves thelr frlendshlp stlek together glrls as we dld L1ll1an Moss leaves her Sunny smlle to Beulah Brad ford and Laura Mae Fannlng Mattle Powell leaves her ab1l1ty to type to Goldean Law son To Fredd1a Mae Harrlngton L1ll1e Stltt leaves her frlendshlp Johnnle Sally leaves her basketball ab1l1ty to Berd1a Jones Plnky Sally leaves her ab1l1ty to put on a flne com plexlon to Orrle Lee and Elsle O D Smlth leaves hls football ab1l1tv to Grady Tatum and hls love to all the Junlor glrls Bennle Thrasher leaves hls football ab1l1tv to Judge McCllean Frank Tatum leaves hls "31v1ng ab1l1ty" to Jeff Young and h1s love to Maud Eva. John W1ll1ams Jr. leaves h1s "Mus1c" ab1l1ty to Frederlck Steward. Opheha Key and Dorothy Burnette W , tl , ' , J f ' , ' U 'Have 'ff Xrkans-as fffnfflil ff -:uf-.mfi .und iawi rv-ern'vr'f.' do L 2 bv ,-' U, ' ,t y z ,. ,,m?'a,r e 1' 'pg fgqyr -Qi-f .N-M l-5 vpyim . -1ml,f'ff,Q 4:19. g,:i it ,gig ?5pfYg1'nf:'vr's: 'i fj he tj, l' I A' 92--' I' Hrs: 1 ' ,"Q -.lie - gjrifjfv 4il'l?"i-'rr' Hs PA- ,fy i "jab ' .r f:,,f, N , 1,5 -vi c-511 fwf- -,gk 11. 'Z . ' I, l " . the 57x43,1u. ipal Ui Wie' sa, .1-ma, 1.5111 'l,Qrla..,.,1g ,Qi 4: .l i'l.l,i.- .,4,:. Q' , ,,A..i -'.. ?:.:, 5pf'l' .'-993 'ylj'-I N, 'Y fdfig ',A,! A "Y3'l?,,'f', "f, r any-f'-pod 129, Vx, ,5,'vfqif'l'3u , gl. af:-4,-Z - . , ' N ' - . " - . m '-,, . f ff z ,. .. f.,. - . ,J . , S , L . ,f , . Eb 1. j .-l.arns, Lle -,tl t li A ,V if ,fuer ' A ' A ' ' ' A x " A' L 'Q K" f, ' ff lla T'1' 't- le" A , -. "N ' . ' '. . ' ,. , t , W at Q r ' " A '. . "'d:jw. N 'Eli- f . ' , ' ' - ill' . H , . ,, . . . . Y v A l . , .1 ' 4 ' ' ' ll Y, ' ' ll ' v . - . . . . . . ,, . . . 4 Y , 4 . , . . , , . I I . . I- . . . ,, . ,, 1 I ' 0 - V 0 I 7 ' . . Y . . . . . .- I I 0 -I r ' .1 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION "O, Wilson Dear, we will keep near the things that Thou hast taughtg And as we travel on life's way remember joys Thou've brought. It is indeed a singular honor to have been asked to pay tribute to one of Malvern's greatest groups, "The Wilson High School Alumni." Evidence of love and devotion of the Alumni can be seen over the past years. Although graduates find themselves in various parts of the United States, there are traces of their love manifested through the organization of a chapter of the Alumni Association where there is a sufficient number congregated Just the other week it was my pleasure to visit in the homes of many of the grad uates l was very happy with my finding While in Chicago I watched afight over T V with Miss Tecola Lee who is teaching in that city Watching the fight with me were Delton and John McClellan James R Thompson Veotis Lee Bertha Moss Theodis Hale and Exie L Johnson Due to the lateness of the hour I was forced to leave by plane for Detroit Meet ing me at the airport were Mattie Withmore Dorothy and Clifton Gilkie and Helen Lambert who carried me to a chicken dinner on Wall Street Iwas proud indeed to meet this group and the chicken It took me ten hours to go from Detroit to Cleveland but well worth the trip Herbert Duncan John Bazziel Perry Whitlow and wife and Jesse Smith carried me to the Club Underwood It was there that we talked over the past present and future This was the group that made life worth living Knowing that money was low Istarted calling students by phone collect From Milwaukee talked Irish M McClellan Sanders Dorothy Lee Alexander and Tometta Williams Simpson William H 'lhomas called from California With time running out and my being on the hog ' left for the Army dance Sliding nond Easley Jesse fnomps an fharlie i arf Jil I-Ierber ic rnpson W il e ar: and Albert fannirg of the Army Upon returning home I was told that many of the former students are making progress in college namely S J Benson Jr Thomas Green Eugene Mixon Jr and Bettie Wright at A M and N College Pine Bluff William Starks James Davis Willie M Anderson at Dunbar Junior Couege Little Rock Bobb1eJ Bluford at Arkansas Baptist Little Rock Ollie Vera Crudup at Shorter North Little Rock , - . . , ' , . J 0 P I I J . J - " . . . , . . . , , . I . , . . , . . Il Di . , , . ' J , , . . on the floor were Mx. and Mrs Ray C Williarns, Hillard Hale Roy I., Thrasher' Ray' 1 " " " , ,. at K Q ' , ,Z 1' ' . ' , f It 2 -' iff -U33 " ,, , V A I , r AV 3 l , 2 . . 1 -J 1 Q .0 - ' ' U 0 I D . L D . J - J . . I . , . S . . . I . L . , . i The group of Alumm on hand to meet me at the stat1on 1n Malvern was to large to name at th1s tune From the steps of the stat1on I told the Alumnl that perhaps the greatest servlces we W111 ever render 15 the 1nsp1rat1on we g1ve out as we 1nd1v1dua11y push out 1nto rlcher experuences To feel the throb of hfe thereln to w1tness the glow of gladness on tr1 nmhaff Fares b .al f gr WTP program IS perhaps the g1eate T ser me A, Q 1 67.-if v e rife pe ,-ple far +IL16 greaifie B,1'17'lff be Jnierred p people We shall move up to a new tempo ln the march Off1II16 to 1'he Grander Day that awalts all people as we axe advantage of every avallable opportunlty offered in thls Amerlcan 11fe Johnny D Thompson CAFETERIA STAFF Left to Rlght' Mr. FredMcNee1y, Ahce Merr1weather, Edessle Greene. 3 . 3 '- ,. U, 'A , lr e Q -ffl? D3T'f ff a A Tiff, f g ' . A . 5 .., . . 7 ,5, 'if' . .f., - par. Q.-rs, 71 RH? 2 ,, ff LA- fr-41' 124,51 fav jf 1!egi51r5'ri2ff- half? Var-1' fh, fhiffgs .nom imp -f ive 'alug ff, 5.54: :gf - , ,J ' .' -, ' -, Q -Um if '- . U. ' . f ' - F - 4, ' ' ' V ' ' 1 . L K 1 . .5 Vt gh Q 4. 5 5 S n ' . Football v-4""'4U wgnnififxf' :div , Q. 4.5. A we ::'.,g,p'If val 'ie 53 e pi ips? 1 ,E xlkn ww, Lic-1. OCT. Oct. Nov Nov. 1953 WILSON LEOPARDS 1-t3x'v'1:-111123 11 , . ,, 1"1"C 501111 Twlf-3114111 QPiz1e H 12:11 1 ,az L11lg13.1'1 fx r ,Wim 1.1 X1 .,1. 23 Fort Smith 2 8 Nlagnolia 12 Conway QHome-comingj 19 Arkadelphia Here 4181 e Share :ies--e There There Here Here W e T he 5' 1 ' lj 1 i T 6 2 C T 9 O O 11, , -A - 93. 4-,. 43 YL Qs Ssiigtf Homecommv LQ, Yu L C W x L Mr? X-ks. W LA' HOME COMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS LEFT TO RIGHT Dorothy Arm Barker 8A Jaunlta Blzzle 'YA Opheha Key 12 Mr Charles Cooper Queen Lee Ester Sally SB Laura Mae Farxrung 11 Mlldred Cunmngharn 91-X Margaret Mlxon 10 and Betty Key 9B K. F LEFT TO RIGHT' Mlldred Cunnlngham, Laura Farmlng, Opheha Key, Margaret Mlxon, Football Co oaptaln Jeff Young, Captaln O D. Smlth, Queen Ler Ester Sally, Jaumta Bmzzle, Dorothy Barker, and Betty Key Girls Basketball Team Boys Basketball Team C .. '-"f " --' '4 ' , . A :fur-1-ul" ' x 515. 'hl'0'r .. ! ,V . , , 'J , ,- A , , . ,, "-I I , - 3 ft . . 1 , 4 , . .L . I .f-'Q' . F . AQ?- X 4:e, A , A lf 4 '-. ' fu'-1" ...'1?""" ,. . 5- 'Zu' ' ! i . 4 f J Q e F5 5 ' . kvk- ' 4 wi V ' -. 8 'll-b . V rf. A K ' lf' j' ae- ' 4 S A T , x fe " T if , .. I - i l m K ' X , nap51i n'5' ix -Jw'x'Ai . F , V 5 ' - ,u , 7, , x. ' ,. A fr '- Q - ,QQ -' 4.-, , f 1 A ,, I5 4 I ' A i 2 E X 4 .4-, x.. . if xi .4 1 D , .,,, ,, an ,pf ,ff '11 f I :z ., ... ,, V, 'wp .. f M. .. Q was 6 Q df' ' x F " , -g':qf'-'ffgf?:k.Q3, ' I " 5 1 ' -9 I 5 Sv 1.51, R .' if Tf'5".-tt'Lw"" 4. J ' . ,' V. , " V 115 gnu ., .nv-V 0 , . f . ...-..-. 1 ..... .. Q - - -'M A ,gn .-... 1 l, ' --' - 1- . --- --- ' 4-1 " 1 ,,,,, --on aux.. ..j',.,,A,- ,. -A ' u.. ,.. ,. ,, .. --O--'s- A - Y. Q . I - Q ' A M -H Q v.v- . " .. -- ,, H. , pq' I - ,, , ,aff . N ,1 p 'F , :qf5'1ff' Q.. W f- 2 Q49 NX M s fX l 0 95.560 ,, Mrs Balley we love thee Wlth our umted heart We all dread the day of despaxr when we w1ll have to part You have gulded our footsteps all along the way You brought us from the dark unto the llght of day You are our 1nsp1rat1on the Joy we all have known These hnes can never repay you for words alone can t tell How much we appreclate your gu1dance advlce and encouragement as well F We know th1s Ode can t repay you K V but we are trymg though to express our grat1tude and apprec1at1on Smcerely the class of 54 Gpheha Key Z I J f 0 N O P I C 09? U P1 'A I 3 n M . . . , . i N' J ll N We can never forget you, just like a star you've shone. .2 ' ,Q Ji, R-Q4 ' ll D9 D t 'S X 14lV1Wl1VC7A.g, w H0 w H0 Most Popular Boy Myles Lock Most Popular G1rl Gladys Henderson Neatest G1rl Hannah Merriweather Neatest Boy Phllhp Green Best Dressed G1rl Lillian Moss Best Dressed Boy Frank Tatum Smartest G1rl Ophelia Key Smartest Boy John Williams Jr Most Athletic Girl Johnnie Salley Most Athletic Boy 0 D Smith Qu1etest Boy Matthew Blackman Most Handsome Boy Wlllie Bryant Most Beautxiul G1rl Ruth Morgan Most Attractlve Girls P1nkey Salley 8: Armen1a Davis Most Studious M1tt1e Powell Cutest Girl Dorothy Burnett Most Talkatwe G1rl Laurean Anderson Most Talkative Boy Herbert Barker Most Likely To Succeed Lilhe Stltt Wittiest Boy Dav1d Hudson Wxttiest G1rl Leontme Balley Q 9 Most Likeable Girl ---- ------------- M innie Kennedy f' 'X 4K'lV mee Q 4 I' 4-as SSW 1' Congratulatlons To Class Of 1954 RITZ THEATRE Malvern Arkansas Offerlng The F1nest And Latest In Motlon PICIUFC Entertaunment PHILA DEB MITH COLLEGE LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS M, L HARRIS, PRESIDENT f fe, ' ' W N f - Q . 1 . N: Q? Eb' X '-UQ-, "g- " X I --S --- 'si I -Ns' '4 E' ' -5' Best Wishes To Class Of 1954 MALVE IHHCK and THE CUMPA Y Manufacturers Structural Clay Products and Refractorles General Offlce and Plant Malvern Arkansas Phone 520 fail? Complunents Cornpllments Ll DVALL FLGWER MCDA IEL STUDIO lHF HOP h.veryth1ng ln Flowers Malvern Arkansas 1219 East Page Street Malvern Arkansas Phone 1126 Best W1shes To Class Of 1954 SAM GREEN L L MARSHALL H B STANLEX FURNITURE CO BABY RUTH CANDY COMPANX E D RWWM, ATTOR Y at PHELPS GROCERY MRS WILLIE CARROL Malvern Arkansas FLILEX ELMORE of l '56 B 99 1 J . in Af Of and T COMPLIMENTS PENNY S COMPA Y MALVERN ARKANSAS PHONE 1670 RAM EY M0'l'0R CIDMPA Y 220 WEST PAGE MALVERN ARKANSAS PHONE 100 101 J ELMO YOU G l SURA CE ABSTRACTING IN BUSINESS SINCE 1908 COMPLIMENTS OF SHORTER COLLEGE NORTH LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS A CHURCH RELATED COLLEGE UNDER AUSPICES AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH THEOPHILUS D ALEXANDER PRESIDENT OF 9 J C. YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER O .QT pgll LTRV -. 11:86 Z' P' E 4 f' .5 .'!f"5 Best Wishes To Class Of 1954 Joe Clem CLEM MILL St GIN COMPANY Malvern Arkansas Phone 898 Establlshed 1876 Compliments of WILEY SMITH y y! N17 6 GRISSOM BODY SHOP Locust At Flfth Quallty Work At Reasonable Prlces Phone 1 O67 Malvern Arkansas f Cornpllrnents CHEVROLET 4 Www FINLEY CHEVROLET COMPANY The Home Of Serv1ce As You Llke It Phone 305 Malvern Arkansas CHEVROLET 1, 'PYT Cs -6 al THE COSTON MARKET 619 East Page Grocerles Meats Vegetables Where Your Buslness Is Appremated 'BU'r'rER-NUT BREAD Compllm ents JOE Mc COY I s .""" 'R -'il , .J s E of I -'Q -,-' ll Ab.- 0 ' -1- I 1 .!'.f-af V X, f'IR?EgdSSg ' " in -1.5-' I Fax N --tl LSQCL. 1 5 ' . 'f SQ:-Q' E 4 o ,As of 513-frwv-N----, L G? Q Flowers For Every Occasion AVERYS FLOWERS Phone 927 Kelth Hotel Bu1ld1ng ?2 ART CRAFT FURNITURE Complete Household Furniture 112-114 Main Street Malvern Arkansas ,-I-T. Best Wlshes and Cornphments to Class of 1954 E E BLAKELY DRUG STORE Comphments BAR LOW HOTE L Compllrnents FAULKNERS REAL ESTATE 81 INSURANCE 105 East Second Street Malvern Arkansas Phone 587 vi 4010! ,gl annum FN HHH W new H Xi-'IXWQJE qi, I ,,AuF Compllrnents BLACKS FUR NITURE COMPANY Emer- g FURNISH YIKJIHOIE lifilll WIAIIOUAII Q Compllrnents TXNNER FURNITURE COMPANY New 8t Used Furnltur 122 West Flfth Street Malvern Arkansas Phone 719 f W Compllrnents R75-. X D AIR 'x BAR A A Frozen Desserts 3 , I ,N I! rl .L A ' 'Z ' Of 'r'.'E'i-llltllil . L I fd.. I xx! . be I 5 5, 3 3 3 I H ,,,, , , ,N . . 5 i 'x Lislr- PE 1 L 1- 1l 'EZ 5 , '- f vi-,Q Q.x A . v 21 ' f A I :N dl N: A Pr :? 3 ' E-P . Tl I' ,I uma FI' : , oo: ,Q J I, F - Q 5 1 E A - -4 5: 93 , N' 'ix I ::,'1",, N. N JJ' V: gf' - - ', n I " . cues: --, J V f' H -.hx - L- -1' ' ' 'gg ' .4 E' :JJNX i Of -1 K 5 n-M Q f id! A v Tfxwlgf . 1' XA e TY lAr F' A 095 ' 5 M ' ll A , J A ll Q -1623. .. Compliments Phone 555 TAXI WRECKER 308 West Page fi A P 4511x425 u lW.I"'4.y' 40 l' Q M52 og, ' Best Wlshes to The Class Of 1954 LUKERS GROCERIES 'af f' wr of KING KONE The Home Oi' Frozen Desserts And Sandwmhes Compllments ABBOTT AND GANDY W XV Compllments v I WEST AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Fred 81 Carl Spence Owners PATRICK FURNITURE COMPANY Sports Home Car Q5 Al-F9455 '12 ,grow MEFHS l36f"""c MAH I J-Ab C000 f J I Compllments x 4 MILLERS DR UG STORE Compllments TE AGUE SHOE SHOP 302 Ma1n Malvern, Arkansas fl .xxx W f I Qmix 1 fr- A 1 ' 5 ' :Ziff 0 Q-I ,lggvi .x 6, S G 1 '-O Q O ' 0' ' ,.. .,, ,W ..- I I ' 6 I P A Of 1U02 East Page Malvern, Arkansas elf Of A T W Q- fgg A A 'Hr A HH - Of fn , . if of i PONTIAC 'fihklf' Best Wlshes For Your Future NISWANGER PONTIAC COMPANY SCOTT STORE Your Headquarters For School Supplles Butler Brothers Store Compllrnents STERLINGS 5 10 STORE Best W1shes From OTHO R LAWRENCE Staple And Fancy Grocerles Meats And Feed MCLEAN S 5 10 25 STORE Your Store Self Servlce For Your Convenlence OTWELL GROCERIES 82 MARKET Phone 486 Free Dehvery Cornpllrnents ELITE CAFE 322 Maln Street Malvern Arkansas THIS IS TH fl PLACE U93 abou I Compllments To 'Eg er95 WRIGHT BUSY BEE CAFE Phone 45 Malvern Arkansas A 2. S N ' ' Of , . Malvern' Arkansas We Feature "Grade A" Beef I I Th ' no F , Q 'LI-0 I , t jf - ' x Of Q '- Of If Q. zffx ,,...g-3 345615 D . L JI 5"".AH , X1-D ' :Xa ' - we H .fu , 4fN'f.Uf7 .355 I ,fi vm! Sf Complimentllknr 2 W MALVERN VIETEOR JOURNAL Quality Printing PURDY'S FOOD MARKET 401 West Page Avenue Malvern, Arkansas Q9 HOLIDAY STUDIO PICIUFES By T1nky Ault A Portra1t L1ves Forever 411 West Page Avenue Phone 760 .- Compliments ' SOUTHERN ICE COMPANY S-'aaa mf X WE RESILVER AND REGOL JA B IIITIG Men s and Women s Shoes Compllments Invlslble Sollng Open 7 30 A M HENR Y MILLER BUILDERS LUMBER 419 West Page Malvern Arkansas The Shoe Rebu1lder and SUPPLY COMPANY EUTAH AND VIOLA JONES Cornblnatlon Store And Presslng Shop Phone 693 600 West Page Avenue Malvern Arkansas 3 Ll X--2 i X Compllments N' FISHER HOLLINGSHEAIJ FURNITURE COMPANY I Nl X me g 1 V of I f X ,, . . ,, 4' 1' wx .. . I ,, W I E1 I ' ' 2 . . of f-,xx O ' ' J I Y-, I V: -W- ' ' ' V? 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