Alamo High School - Fort Yearbook (Alamo, TN)

 - Class of 1956

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--...H ,.... , . QT? 'fir' 4' .sm me-.asf d"he THE SENICR CLASS GF 1956 PRESENTS SA f'l 'S I9 55 by-,Y 1' f -.1 1 5: Thx AI uno Sun Antonio Texas yxif THE FORT M A Almw X01 9 Tenne Page 1 2.35 9 O . ,O , X K ." ,sf " fx' lf' lv jf , . 4 s A AK-K .X , , " A I ,,X ' ' VLA . 0 , ' Aj, '11 , 'Q , 9 .. . 1 , ' 4 1' - J 1" ,Ns ' 5 S , W J .' -. , ' :Sa 1 , , , . g 4 'lb' G I t-, Q3 YE. iv, : . if , Y r 4' ,Y,,.f'1fg Q O' . fry? 4: . ,Z :Q ,,'::L ny :ff 1. ' E 'iff - Z - ' 3 7 ' L 4, . . 1 . ' ,. K ' ' 6795 ' 3 M . xx' 4 .'- ' I A J .. , . 4 , . K l hr". I -S K - 5 ' 1 "' . .1 ' '- I ,4 ff 7 ,, , .- I A I v .V K ,I , .ff fy I U ,. M S ' . V' J 1 Jr H , V55 1 -4 E i',,"f - R . f A 'F - " if v' . , '- ' ' ' . ', ,-, VA , 1, Q. ,-'Alf' an-1. . f gf' ,z f ' ' .. A ' 1 ' , 4 ' - " .Q - ,A Q , ,A ,A Li. ,,, .ra .Q .Lfi gl :'., 4 ai" ' . -. -,Q FE f - '1 3413? " U" 'O' ' I tags. "?'."'ITT""" f f -'- - 1' Y f 4, ...v f . an ., 0 A. ' ' Q' 4 X Q ' A - V ,f, 1 7- , 51th-n , -W . SE", Q Q' ,I XRS 5 'A N . . I V. W Q .x zf,-Qu 5 A ,. 4 5 "J ., , . , '. ' R 'A x 1 'f .5 411- ' , ' A I , - I 4 ff ,, . , , ,' 'T .K ' A '. , ' .jg 9 if . 77. 1 I 5 1 v c I , . X. -I1 . . Z n . , lx , I 1 . , A , ' . 4 Y - ' V - I i . - - S Q , ' ,, ' 'A X Kas. 'XNX - :::.- QX Q X, Sai 1 'fl xx I 4 . gl' , - -,"-'E 2,4 v ' 1, ' . z ' . sqee fx afel' Ina Morning sun grecrs many banners On its westward flight, Fair tous above all others, Waves the red and while. Colors dear, flag we love, Float forever, Alamo, to thee. May thy sons fo ru'cr he loyal To thy memory. :claw OL -.r-x l K Page 3 Nil CU. . vm .W FORE ORD Believing that a high school yearbook has one true purpose ,. that of aid- iny you in reliving your life in Alamo High School of 1955-56. The staff of the 1956 Fort hopes to guide you back over the road of memories of your Al- ma Mater . .. Alamo High School. lflfisl lbbbf Our school tts friendly walls hold fond memories of happy hours cherished friendships serious endeavor and lastng achievement We the last class to graduate from the old butldlng are happy to complete our courses within the walls that we entered four years ago for there is a sprrtt and a tradition that lingers and permeates each nook and corner and we feel that we have helped to establrsh it LEST WE FORGET" Frrst Bell Tardy excu es Hooky days Buckmg the line rn the lunch room Open book tests Bruces Bermuda Shorts Mr Lemonds COCACOLA Basketball tournaments Loud mouths U Announcements over loud spe er Baxnwarmmg Y P Assembly Programs School Pictures at Jackson Ball tups Conventions IN APPRECIATION FX 3 3 'g if In apprectation for efforts which were only your best work which was only xour hardest and faith in us whtch you constantl showed and also a desire to help us publish thls Fort as best we could we Semors thank you Mr Lemond not only once here but countless times through out our lives We also rush to show our appreciatton to the backbone of thrs yearbook the contributtng merchants and businessmen Without your un selflsh support thts memorial of our school days would not have been possible Reahzmg this we sincerely thank you all for faithfully bear ing us along Page 4 LEST WE FORGET Lunch time cartoons on then elevisron Selltng magazines Flying erasers and chalk Opportunity class Class partres The Board of Educatton Up turned chairs and hidden nooks Mrs Roaches mrssmg pencils nd Bruces misslng shoes and amhat Mr Craxgs famous last words Get off the radiators' Mr Stranges blrthday The ever present menace tools vater guns rubber bands paper .fads etc 3 oclock bell' Schools out' f v lv. f ' 1 s L I CN 5 - . 5 Q ll 4 I "' D E e S L Q E , f . . ' ' ' ' E 5 . ' - , 5 E Cherr ie and Barbecue Love affairs 5 ' 1 , ' E E . Y, ' ' - E E - - - a X ' wil . -. 3 f. f , . . j V A o , , ' ' ' . Q 3 QA , b 4 ' . y Qzfi' 2 X V. ' b , , X fruit, 'H ,K 0 vi, 'R if "ADJ Z-i IA..,,.'- .rm Page 5 L K5 lx, N LY 51 rx I X ff! x,-,ff i 1 :' " V M il 1, ,X i. f ,Q , " 4 wwf- Dafa ,, We V 711 vwM,,.., .I-ul f 4 , ,N,, se. f , 1:1 xi 'lf' v 1 Q 0 4 'J W.. ar- XIMXX5 --N--W --f-' -e M- ' -'H-' --- 1' ,..1- FACULTY This dedication was unanimous. Our class perceives the unjiamllel faith which has been shown us hy our facultv since we began school, and feels a deei sense of obligation to the rrianv teachers who have worked so hard to provide for our education. ln this advancing world a friendlv, interested, well-trained fac- M A f ultv is essential in developing the citizens of S CMA' O L R tornorrow. We know that such a staff is ours, I' g and with sincerest efforts this vear's FORT was ' r . . ' I, published and dedicated to thern. as X -sf Thanks a niillion for what von dxd for usl "mf ' The Seniors Page 7 A V, I Q, K ,ggWgX:f, . 1, - ' 1.515 ,Mg :QQ 1 gm Q1 X g ' V THE DIRECTION IN wi-uct-x EDUCATION STARTS A MAN wnfg 1-11 ERM IN E H X D E use FUTUR ,PLATO MR. HAROLD PIERCE Vocational Agriculture -L. MR. T H STRANGE r x' " ll If x r ... x QS. "w5D0lQf 4 Ag, QQ? J -. J, MRS, JACK LAMBERT Junior High Superintendent and Chemistry MISS VIRGINIA WARREN Secretary MRS FRA NCIS WOLFE Plano MRS Hotus THoM1soN Junior High MRS LYNN cotverr E Junior High W QA MR. E HEUSTIS LEMOIND ' .1 English MR HOLLIS THOMISOIN General Science Social Science Biology Page I0 MISS DOROTHY DODSOIX. jumor Hlgh in Q MR GILBERT HARRISON JR. G1rIs Coach Commerclal Educatxon 'BF'-1 f 1 gf ff ff snr? JACK LAMBERT Boys Coach Physlcal Educauon 3 491' i MRS E R. ROACH Niathematxcs MISS VIRGINIA WARREN Office Secretary f-46 PQ K MR, FRANCIS XVOLFE Band Dlrector Page II VRS HV! IN FOINYERS Latln Ixhrzman MASQ l MR EDWIIN BLACK Amerlcan HISIOPY World H1story Dxstrxbuuve Educauon lfflif 'T l 'lW""W'l 'Qi tum-an MISS KITTYE LITTLEFIELD Vocauonal Home Economlcs 'iw ,ff xv ,.i,w . 'QA'-'LPA V D A X " v Q 'I 'lfiffffl-"': ,V 3 GRADE -Q-QHOOL FACULTY I? Choa .D 'M 5-as , 1 ':.7' , A ' I f f i g f , . -fd .A" he an f K Page 12 WM Q wk 9 ly Q "f , ffx lc I . f N ' Tgtiwj 1 I ' X, v 2 ' ' 'J .b ., L ' , r 54 f V' EIA W' ' i ff 1 f X ' ff ,f xx ' , 1 if ' ""' ' Wx W X-f , ia ,X 1 if j X f' xx 'Mhiff ,' 3 4 x Aj N 'x.X ,lf ,Ns u . n i V X x M x " , I, x , F . -. "alia-Swaps-nn4f,... . PRESENTING Robert Nance - Prcsidcnt Bcnn5'Par1ou'- Vice-Prey Betty Nlcbols - SCC. -Trcas. Bob Davm - Sun ConncN Shelby Stephenson - Stn. C. Ann Colnain-'Rcponer Nh.T,H.SUange-C. Spon 'vfX 'PC' SARA KEE D. E. Club 1 lIL.k f,Q Anmal Sraff A1 Page 14 12? ' ,ps f ew..- ' ' ' ff., V ll gil W.. , vm JACKIE ACOR Football 3,45 Basketball 45 Baseball 2,3,4g Band 1,25 Q,4g Class Officer 25 Glee Club 35 Annual Staff 4. 4 . 1-Q1 A , 1-v fir' ROBERT A. CATE5 Glee Club gg Class Officer 15 Beta Club 2, 3,45 Librarian 1, 2:11. Play 35 Annual Staff 45 Band l,l,3,4, ,1- 'P 4-1 BETTY BUSHART F.H. A. l,2,31 Lunch Room Worker l,2,3gG1EC Club 35 D. E. Club 45 Annual Staff 4, LANNY COX ANN f,Ul,'I RAIN Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4, cgapt. 4: Football Royalty 35 l . H. A. 1, 2, 3,4, Officer 35 Student Council 35 Office Worker gp Beauty Review Maid 25 Annual Staff 4. BETTY COOKE Cheerleader 3, 45 Beauty Review Maid 3317. H. A, 1,z,3,45 Softball 45 lr. Playg5G1eeCIlub1,25 Annual Staff 4. F.F.A. I,2,5,.1. BOBBY CURTIS Football Mgr. 1,21 Baseball 35 Glee Club 33 F.F.A. lg Annual Staff 45 Office Worker 35 D.E, Club 4. ,ag BRUCL XVI nr Beta Club 2, 3,4, Pres, 45 Honor Roll 45 Basketball l,2,3,4gB3SCl1J1ll Z,Q,43 Class Officer 35 Annual Staff.15llatnl1,2,3,4, 1 fr If S a WY ,4-f' jU!l'. 4,UT.YlllN Basel-all 2, 5,45 football .35 Basketball 1,3,45 Band 1,25 3.-3: Beta Club l,2,4:N!11- dent fiouncil lp Annual staff 4 1 35 ' Q' - 1 if fl X X6 Rm ln-s i .TIMMY D MANISI IELD Footb1ll2 3 4 Basketball 4 ee Llub3 F I- A I Annual staff 4 arg -an cf .ah Z! 40- iw-v JOYCE LOW ERY BETTY NIC HOLS A 3 4 Offxce 3 4 F F A Sneethcarl 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 Capt 4 FootballOueen3 Gxrls s re Rep 3 Jr Pla3,3 Xnnual staff 4 softball I Basketball I 3 Annual Staff 4 PAT PRATHER Cheerleader 4 Glee Club 2 3 F H A I 2 3 4 School Paper I 2 Beauty Renew Mald 2 Queen 3 Annual Staff 4 ROBERT NANCE Class Off1cer 3 4 Pres 4 F F A Offrcer 2 3 4 Pres 3 4 Beta Llub 2 3 4 Offxcer 3 4 Band l 2 3 4 B3SkElb8l1I 2 3 4 ase ball 2 3 4 Football! 2 3 4 BENIN-Y PARLOXN Football I 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 FA I 24 Off1cer24 G C1ub3 Annual SI3ff4 F H A Beau 4 Class Offtcer 4 DANNY REASONS F F A 2 3 Baseball 2 3 4 Annual Staff4 D E Class Offtcer 4 F F A Offlcer 3 Xa I RAY MCCORD Glee Club 3 Annual Staff 4 F F A I 3 4 Basketball 4 Band r 2 3 4 Baseballz 3 ROBERT W O NEAL Band 1,2 3 4 Football 2 3 Annual Staff4 if BOB DAVIS Football 1, Z, 3, 4 Glee Club l, Z F. F. A. 1, Z Student Council 4 Class Officer Z D.E. 4 Annual Staff 4 WAYNE FORSYTHE F. F. A. 1, Z, 4 Glee Club 3 Paper Staff l Annual Staff 4 Football 3 Baseball Z 3 4 ROSALIE FOLLIS Band Z 3 H A 2 3 4 Off1cer Plano l Class Offlcer 3 I 04 .36 :QQ 1 Annual Staff 4 JEWELL SUE LAMAN H A 1 Z 3 4 Offlc Beta Club Z 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 1 Class Offlcex' 3 Basketball 4 gl- -as lf: ae J: fi -91 SHIRLEY HOWELL Glee Club 3 F H A Class Offlcer Z HA Annual Staff 4 MALCOM GEAN F A Annual Staff 4 D E Club 4 CHARLES HARBER Football 3 D E Club 4 Annual Staff 4 JERE GRIFFIN D E Club 4 Annual Staff 4 F A CHARLES T JEINNINGS Football Z 3 4 Bas etball 3 Base all Z 3 4 F A Glee Club 3 4 HClub3 4 Pres 4 Annual Staff 4 ,.-I BGG 'VZ' F, . fl. . ., ' 4 F. . . , , , , 'er4 x, 4-f ,W 4 I -C I 'f - n fl . . . ' ,3 I DF. 4 F. . .1,z,3 F. . .1.Z.3 l , - - F. . .z,3 , ' ' Q' "' 'h ? Q . PJ I I 1 x -4 F. . .l,'Z' A MITZIE SKELTON F.H,A. l,2,35 Paper Staff l,25 Librarian 1,25 D.E, 4. SHELBY STEPHENSON Annual Staff 45 Class Officer 25 Student Council Rep. l,4g Office Worker 1.2. 3: D. E. Officer 45 Jr. Play 35 Football Royalty 4. I K- 'xr s-If W . , ss NW""'f'H'W!I . - Q , .-aw , DANNIE SKIPPER IIMMIE L. YOUNG Glee Club 35 Beta Club 2,3.4: Band I,25 Class Officer 2:11. Football 2. 35 Annual Staff 45 Play 35 Student Council 35 F.F,A. lp Jr. Play 35 D.E. Football 2.3.45 Annual Staff Club 4, Officer 4, 45 D,E, 4, 1' 'r -i .. i CHARLES WARREN Glee Club 35 F.F.A. 1,25 D.E. Club 45 Football Mgt. 35 Annual Staff 4, MITCHELL WARREN B-2nd1.2.3.45F.F.A. i,z.3,4, Officer 35 Football 35 Glee Club 35 Annual Staff 4, IIMMY WEBB Beta Club 2.3.45 Baseball 2, 3,45 Basketball 35 Football 2. 35 Beta Club President 35 Class President 25 Basketball Mgr. 4. KAY THOMPSON Beta Club 2, 3,4, Officer 3,45 lr. Play 35 F.l-LA. l,2,3,4, Officer 45 Office Worker 35 Class Officer 2. 35 Paper Staff 25 Annual Staff 4. FRANCES WARD F. H. A. 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball 2. 3, 45 Softball l,2,3,45 lr, Play 3. Am Nt' '?""'7' 'P' ' -1..'1M ,V ., " 'W a14fu.fa,a ,,,:1, 1 E' 451,-u.z.a.L+f,g:. 'rfqfi I.,,A .. A ff '- yf, 1,-'If,f,vi f L94-56 0 -J' 0 'LM E7 xy, - if I rZg1955 aaa wfory Zi 1 1 A AV ,ag . lk fe- r no r t lu lt ,-1? ,I f , CL -XSS HIS I ORY le The Last Lap rs well under vuay and we the Senlor Class of 1956 are lookmff to the lutule m h 1eat expectatlons et we dread the day when we lave to 1ve up our prlvxleffe of bemd part of A H S Our book of memoxrs contams PYSCIOUS memorxes of the many wonderful nd 1ndescr1bably pleasant txmes ue have had w1th1n her walls Vnterm the doors of Alamo dr h School on a br1ght summer day 1n 19:12 was a band of rowdy yet frwhtened boys and gxrls 1 ho had earned the txme of Green Freshmen We were thulled to know that we were now m hlvh school yet lxke all fresh men before us we truly l1ved up to our name We were Green but vsho could help Slttllld up and akme notlce of us when we got ln o the SWIIIU of th1nUs by bemg 1 presented 1n football basket b scf yall also m the ee Club school paper staff Student Councll and band Sylvxa Hardm on the honor of alternate 1n the Beauty Revxew Our offlcers thls rear were Presxdent Bettv N1ch ols V1cePres1d nt ROSHIIE Fol Secret ry T1easurer Barbara P own and Student Councll John rem ln exery sense of the word The 1953 54 school year brought ts to e we adam s Sllly So phomores Our officers thxs year xele Pres dent Jxmmv Webb X eP1es1dent Bob Davxs Secre lxa Thompson Treasurer S y Stephenson Reporte1 Iackle Acol Besxdes partlc pat '1 school actxvlt es and 2 anzatlons such as football bas ketball softball school paper Gnrls Chorus and cheerleaders we also had other honors Sylvra Hardm was chosen mald for the Homecomme Royalty In the an nual Beauty Rev1ew to select M1ss A H S four Sophomore gxrls re celved honors Queen Sylvla Har d1n F1rst Ma1d Barbara Brown Second Mald Ann Coltraln Al ternate Pat Prather Another well rounded school year was marked off and here we are Jol ly Jumors already The Jolly Jumors of 1954-55 had another full and wonderful school year Our number was lessened th1s year when three gxrls decld ed they had rather be WIVSS than students Some of the bw events of the year were choosmg our class rmgs bemb the f1rst Jun1or class to present a Jumor Play our Junlor Party and flnally plan mnd and attendmg the Jumor Senlor Banquet In plannmg the Banquet the Jumors w1th the as s1stance of Mr E H Lemond chose the theme Over the Ram bow We are proud to say raxsed more money for our Ban quet by sellmg macazlnes than any other class before us It was a wonderful banquet and every one enJoyed It Pat Prather was Cooke was Second Mald We were agaln well represented ln ll sports and 8CtlVlt19S Betty Nlch ols was chosen Queen for the an nual H mecomm Game and Ann lColtr1n was chosen maxd Betty Nchols and Betty Cooke were chosen cheerleaders Benny Pax low and Bob DHVIS recelved hon ,ors on our football teams for the Page 19 Best Blockers Our offxcers were Presldent Bruce Avery VxcePres1dent Robert Nance Secretary Kay Thompson Treas urer Betty N1chols Reporter Jewell Laman Student Councll Ann Coltram John Conyers and Bruce Avery were chosen to re present A H S at Boys State and Betty N1chols represented our scfhool at Glrls State At last our fourth and flnal year has arr1ved Our offxcers th1S year are Presxdent Robert Nance Vxce Presldent Benny Parlow SecretaryTreasurer Bet ty N1chols Reporter Ann Col tra1n Student Councxl Bob Dav1s and Shelby Stephenson and Sponsor Mr T H Strange Three g1rls were chosen cheerleaders they were Betty N1chols Pat Prather and Betty Cooke Betty N1chols and Benny Parlow were Barnwarmlng Royalty Sue Karl and Shelby Stephenson were chos en m31dS of our Homecomlng Game We were agam t'h1S year well represented 1n sports and school act1v1t1es We are eagerly looklng forward to the last half of thls school year and all of the wonderful events ln store for us especlally the Jun1orSen1or Ban quet Class Nlght Semor Play Baccalaureate Servlce and most Thls covers our class hlstory Ancxent 19th gradel Mxd ev1l tSophomore and Jumorl and flnally Modern May our class record of the future be famous enou h so that xt w1ll be observ ed m real Amerxcan hlstory books Ann Coltraln x,'+ in-HU? 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W F Q 'W AQ Q 'R ws, 'Zi ., af ,- J ,Q , .455 Carve 05' Nickels A 'if .J We, the surviving members of the' 1956 Senior class of Alamo High School, belflil of sound mind and steady Judgement with our glorious. but hectic Ye31'S behmdfls' do heie' by declare this to be our last will and tes 9 ment, becoming effective on the last day Of ' l st t A. H. S. l , Ou'l'o a1'lr.y?S.zii'a?12e, man Of Wisdom' sincerity' lnve, who believed in US, and above au' its for-ever a friend, we leave our true and hear - felt thanks for seeing us through and over the ranks and onward to the end- TG the Faculty, we take your twelve years of hard work and leave this Fort,.a Sma token to be sure, but one we hope will always remind you that neither our teachers or their efforts will ever be forgotten as long 35 we live. so help us God. l To the Freshmen, you P001' green thulgsi we leave you our advice-Don't get alll' Wlld' er: you have a fine class-keep lt- , To the Sopliomores, since. yellfuname 15 de' rived from the word meaning wise man, we bequeath you all our wisdom and experience- To the Juniors, we leave V011 the two things you will want and need most-our iplace, and our sympathy. The individual members do bequeath the following: I Jimmy Young wills, sadly his wonderful love for American History to Larry Ball. Lloyd Speer leaves his politeness to Wayne Boswell. Q To Gloria Wedgeworth, Ann Coltrain leaves her ability to say sixty words a sec- ond. Bob Davis bequeaths his fondness for hunt ing "Byrds" to someone who likes to hunt the other kind. Bobby Curtis wills his oratorical ability of debating with Mr. Lemond to Bruce Conley. Charles Jennings leaves his devilish ievousness to Darius Owens-heaven you, Darius. mich- help Betty Nichols, who fought hard to take everything, was finally persuaded to leave her bunk at Volunteer Girl's State to y lucky junior. Jerry Griffin leaves his easy-going, natural friendliness to Jackie Perry. To "Satch" Cox, Wayne Forsythe bestows his careful driving habits. Joyce Lowery leaves her luck to work with so much money to a Junior girl who is inter- ested in a job in D. E. Malcolm Jean bequeaths his quiet sweet temperament to Ferris Greer?!! Shirley Howell leaves her beautiful voice to Judy Jones. Charles Warren bequeaths his ability to hunt foons all night long and get away with dozing all day at school to some coffee lover. 3 Vel' l l 4 4 I l i cw-il Avery Inc. H55 05 To Jimmy George, Robert Nance leaves his ability to play all sports well. Robert Cates promises to leave his neat- aess in dress to Don Hughes. A Betty Cook leaves a few of her tiny freck- les to Patsy Laman. Rosalie Follis leaves her ambition to be a nurse to Jacqueline. Jackie Acor leaves his love for old Ford ears and the gang who rides with him Cas long as they would pay the gas now and thenl io Danny Caldwell. Danny Skipper wills to Joe Cagle his place on the honor roll. Kay Thompson leaves her sweet smile and personality to Jan Nanney. Bruce Avery leaves his hook shot to Joe Bryant. Betty Bushart leaves her quietness in class to Carolyn Nolen. Wayne Hopper gladly leaves his fine job' at keeping the storeroom to anyone who is able to sell nickel packs of notebook paper to grade school children at a mile a minute. Jewell Laman leaves her "A" average to Royce Hardin. Patsy Prather, thinking she needed every- thing to take with her, decided to leave her mischievous ways and the ability to get away with murder to Joyce Byrd. Benny Panlow says he is willing to divide his love of riding horses and his ways with the women to Bradley Gagnon. Jimmy Mansfield wills his position of Fullback to rough and rowdy, Mike Hopper. Frances Ward leaves her height and posi- tion on the basketball team to Eleanor Priv- ett. Buddy 0'Neil leaves to Tommy Strange his amazing skill on the trombone. Jimmy Webb leaves his friendliness and, skill of gathering "cack-le fruit" to some un- friendly egg gatherer. Ray McCord leaves his nutty wisecracks to no one. we hope! Shelby Stephenson leaves her carefree, wavs to her niece, Royce Bvrd. Mitzie Skelton leaves D. E. to any ambi- tious Junior. Sara Kee, knowing how Elizabeth Carter feels, leaves Liz a ticket to go see her ador- able serviceman. John Conyers, since he might need his musical talent, takes it, but leaves his skill of -occasionally misplacing some music to James Hardee. Danny Reasons leaves his industriousness to Bobby Holden. Mitchell Warren leaves his complicated love life to Kenneth Selph. Charles Harber will give up his D. E. job to Charles Bledsoe. T, v, , ff' 'txkv "'f:-- Ng Z Page 21 SENIOR CLASS M, . S PROPHECY Q C. The other night I had the strangest dream. I dreamed I saw all of my classmates as they were ten years from now. The first person I saw was John Conyers. He is a famous musician now. He is known as a second Li'berace. Goldsmith's has opened a store 'in Alamo. The manager is Rosa- lie Follis. Betty Bushart is assis- :ant manager. They received their training in Ronk's Variety Store. .Iimmy Mansfield holds a respon- sible position in this store, also. He is the janitor! Well, I see Quincy has finally placed itself on the map. Here are located the wealthy planta- tions of Wayne Hopper and Lloyd Speer. One of Alamo's most sought af- ter bachelors is Robert Cates, who now has a beauty salon in Alamo. One of his employees is none oth- er than Betty Cooke. I see Wayne Forsythe has lived up to his high school reputation of dare-devil on wheels. He now delivers groceries on a bicycle. Jerry Griffin and Bobby Curtis are now known as the top comedy team on television. Next, I seem to see a large es- tate and, yes, there is Pat Prath- YOUR LUCKY DAYS AND YOUR LUCKY NUMBERS PROPHECY or with maids all around her. The' only trouble is she's one of them. Ann Coltrain has gone into busi- ness with her mother, and they now have the largest florist shop in West Tennessee. Charles Warren and Ray Mc- Cord have answered their coun- try's call. They now peel pota- toes in an Army mess hall. Rob- ert O'Neal, also, entered the Army with visions of someday being a four star generalg but be is com- pletely disillusioned, for he is still a private. Charles Jennings decided to be an engineer. Due to his outstand- ing ability he was given the task of building a 'bridge across Cy- press Creek. Mitchell Warren has the most appealing job of all. He is now a Beauty-Rest mattress tester. Danny Skipper is a teacher in one of the nation's largest colleg- es. Bob Davis followed the advice of his Vocational Preference Test. He is now a cowboy on a large ranch out West. Jimmy Young and Frances Ward followed Bob out West. They both work in a saloon. Jimmy is the bartender and it seems that Frances does some sort of 'bubble dance. Jackie Acor's fan club 'has grown to enormous proportions, as he is known around Hollywood as a second Rock Hudson. Jewell Sue Laman is now head nurse at the Methodist -Hospital in Memphis. Bruce Avery and Jimmy Webb are both well-known doctors. Bruce has improved on the Salk polio vaccine and Jimmy is an eminent surgeon. The scene now shifts back to Alamo. I see that Malcom Gean now owns and operates the Texa- co garage. His chief mechanic is Charles Harbor, who got his ex- perience on the D. E. job. Danny Reasons now owns and operates t'he U-Tote-Em store in Alamo. His glamerous cashier is Mitzie Skelton. The scene now moves to Alamo Hiffh School. Benny Parlow is the football and basketball co..:h. Betty Nichols is the home econo- mics teacher. Out East of Alamo is -Nance's Hampshire farm. Who is that I see feeding the hogs? Why, Rob- ert, of course. Shelby Stephenson went to New York after she graduated, where she is now a famous model. ,, Sara Kee, Joyce Lowery, and Shirley Howell are all old mar- ried women by now. Why, there I come !That would be the time for me to wake up. 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'QQ BMD HYIUQ ff E ? f Q Page The Color NIat1onal Blue Corn Gold -on ,""'7 FUTURE FARMERS of AMERICA I RLbEN1 ING Robert Nance Joe Faglc Mlke Cox Benny Parlow Ferns G eer Junlny Durbln 'Y PI'CS1dLI'lI VICQ Pres 'Secretary T rcasurer Reporter Senunel The Motto LE -XRINING TO D0 DOIN? TO LEARN EARNIINC TO LIX E LIX IVG T0 SERX F NNI! Q r-T10 6 Q lv C X 11 Q Tab Page 44 Q' Y J 4.3! Qufure Sfarmers of Amcrifa Ye-fYO!B'wwn'I: Ei The Motto LEARNING T0 DO DOING TO LEARN EARNING T0 LIVE LIVING TO SERVE Brrnyyavrn n 1951 Corn Gold arm..-M-N-'A' -xl :...: i , I 44" . ' 2 . H If CIwIs+maL5 Scemg 19.55 , ,W m l S-1, pofgorvl. Page 45 101g x X ,.. 7 5311523321 "' 1 f ' 2,5 1,.wB-I Ji- 'Y' -Wa. " 'K :div A , k ,fuwn ,wwf-f,-1-,. 1 A X A J ' xr YQ, .b nsdf V X 1955 - VIBE wa ,N E. :X Q, 3 5 'Hin " Q. 3 4- ,?,igMif Q, '5 I EE ff- ' ' If qw!! as Q "Y, - 41, ,PY , MAkfkK, s"ll" 44:1 ,Foe NEW ecw . sci vb Q 4' JN' x M 0 ,vxyxx .K Q-www-vpwu, ., , 1 Xxxlff, F 1 ,... UI 1 P , N ',,,, I xx ...M A . ,. ' J nf' X 4 - w. Page 50 mmuunumuuuunumumnuuummn QE :4, 7 . 'ffl .,, qgi!!,,mg?mMK UIlIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDII I ,E ' , fg- ii' LY Page 52 ,..-fl STUDENTS SNAPS 5 .NE L, Q F 5 3 1 M LQ Q . f 0 1 lM8W'f"i"9W ff? F 3E v il ff2' R ,,n? ?TfQ3xxL , X AL ,ff?53'.92!Allf5!! Ev A95 5.1 i j "fy Mfr? f ' My ?' LLffV'A",J'1 'RQ Lffsi-- L-xiii 1 H - 'f"'w Q af 71 N., 4-V,-a .V ,s L4 ,ul N411 6 v, , f ,X U3 153' A 'L . A -af' -' i if 1 ' Q2 , L , ' 3654 .' ,. 2 ' ' iga: 1. fM?v?i f rages v - . .,,, 1- ws- 1 . A, f 1. . . 4' ' 3 5 J gpg , Q V . ,V A - i 4: 5 1. A A P y . , t 4 1 , NENNQ yfxfv-Ni ,Vg K 1, 9 - X . X 3- J ' D . X ' ' X LR. Za it K A -V A t A L 1 I f 'bf N A L' omg? Q, 4 1' I f 6 J, ? g +,. -.x-f.X N kf IMS A 1 ' ' - eff' 4 Q- KAI, f?"P?gX-:LL 5 .X sw l .' . x , Q3 ' , X f . 21 ' iff! A, 1 u V 1 v' 0 if , 5 iz J I. ,l-QA, ul- "3-"9 x " Q - .an - 1 11-fx N JV XL! 10 rm' 11 Lar I 1 0 To: Tao 11 1axc 1111 xerx XM: I Q T01 a crx par 11 fs 111111111 111111111111 an L XXNNIFT 11111111011 armmaran 1 11 311111101 113111111111 and 11 b ID Alamo and L1 xo 111 eu S11 II 11111 0 1 111 dt 11011 I 111n111mo 111 101 1111 0111111 311 .111 1511113 ra IO Z1 ur 1 H0111 av whung on. IU srru IU 1 1 ta 111 I 311 1111111511 1 1 13 0 a 1111 m C11 11111 11 f 1 1 1 111 an 1 1 1 1111 N a 1 " 1 1 Nl' 1 1.11.1l' 1 1 1 WVR 'X3I11L 1 I L 11 1 LL 1 1 L 1 1 m1 1.1111111114 1. 11 XXL .111 'NIO 1 11 11,311 I 111111K 111111 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 R11P1"t C311 Page 54 5 so' Q17 John Conyers Boy s State Delegate All State Band is J Robert Nance Senror Prcsrdent F F A Prestdent '95 Jackte Perry Sophomore Presrdent 41 Charles Jennings 4-H Club President 1 HO OR O 'Ong Wrnner of Mrd South Farr Talent Contest iii' Cheerleaders 19ao 1956 Bruce Avery Boy s State Delegate Beta Club Prestdent Jrmmy Durbrn un1or Prestdent .-4' . .1 Jan Byrd Freshman Presrdent Dannre Skrpper D E Presrdent Q? Jewell SUS Laman Bamwarming King and Orgegn Belly NiCllOlS Belly Cr0Cker Award Winner . 1. . Pre ' cnt: .F. A. Swat-the w55,1w'.m Girl's State Delegateg D. A. R. Rep. Poge 56 'l x . 'lk' 1 4' RQ! . , , ...Q ,L-X ,A I gs I ' 7 ' 'V 1 55 H w WPIOS R11 'xlnford XNILULQI ox gr. wx Rosalu Folhs MW' Who 9 401 GLJI1 'xioit P Lasam mmm SLQPDCT Ninn DLILrm1ncd BOV Par Prarmr Bmt Iwturgd C3111 Most SchL1111mg Glrl Bobby C1 I1 k k X 4 MoQtGarr11lo 111m xg 50X N demon tx B X or lkq L Gll' 011c1Ls1 Glfl Bob IBax1Q F A110 Uarrin 51110011 ur Um 1 1101 If 'xmtlax Gom Framu ' ard X1oQ1f'lca am C111 Page 58 I ., V! '.. ' f . V A A' F X V K yu! x YQ 1 is , 1 , f r on I 'F' , . lb A f N I ' gf' , - , Mal' 11 1 , " A -1 13 5 1 . 1' A . T, 1 X Q VV Q' .Q any ,-X , j1:1't13 fxIL1I15'M',d f . ,' Q 'A , 'xhw 1111 '1141111i1wg ' 1 S ' ' 1 . 3 xi 11 V12 P ' fm :If , ' 1 Y' J'r'G1:1f1n Q ' ' l!'4S M1141 51110 .5 Q N2 F 4' ' . 1.5 J , ' f ' f.M.., A. p,111,3i Qiw Bc-I Q 11s11arI .I 5 H Qxris-Lib '1 if ' x , 'D G W 6,1 K Sa 1 V ' v-4' V 4 ,H 411' my ' E f -4, M 11, 35' 'S 1 I, ' .. , . s 9' 071 5 1 v ' x tty,- v- CHARLES HARBER Hardest Worker N551 WAYNE HOPPER Most Reserved 4.2 JOYCE LOWERY Most Reserved Grrl 54 55 X I1 F Q . 33' 92-- 3 , ,, "Y, 'M 'J 1 . '19 'W ,,,, , , ROBERT CATES Nearest Boy w-nv? BETTY COOK Most Serrous Mrnded Grrl F 4 Y LANNY COX Quretest Boy , " a DANNY REASONS Most Industrrous Boy ffm '.,,,nm ANN FOI TRAIN N1ostAthlet1c Grrl pug LLOYD SPEER Calmesr Box Nr JOHN CONYERS Most Musrcal Boy ' x vvi' Q SX 0 u, v. iw- ,,. G Q--uv MITCHELL WARREN Most Romantrc SARA REE NcatestC1rl -7 SHIRLEY HOWELL Best Grrl Solorst S grid 0Y3 Y 5 X ' - J! :W r we ,, X fl K V,'!V! i 'ay f , H W, L 'X L? V ,-V A ' S , - , , , , I I 1, A . , 1 i ' 'W '7 , E r ' Im 11' NN , -r. 4 ,I , ' ,t S Fixx, 'X ' A Av f ,4- M 1 ? K it kg f A- 'I I ul Q .T-- K - ., kg 1 fi ' , fr on . 'N D A - .7 h A ,,ts A gg xi jf!! 2 . - Q3 X ' 'A . fu -.hi V Q ft? I4 "' ' I ' K KK 1 1 T ' , . fy V V' Page 59 ,ZZ ' 1 l ' CHEERLEADERS Y 45'Q'!? Q5 ff' i 3 fx X J yfwy N F. W2 'F TI. X .fy i I .1 5 f XFN S A x ' , -'-- --- 1 fx f- XX X Kill , 'Q ,J f , V1 ,Q 'Q' 'if' f f df 1 ,...i 'X 1 ' 'f T fa, f ' ly ' " '-57 ls' pass.: 1, E4-Ziff K3 192- 5, l Q if ' asf J :az H34 22 I l I :xi-tk tg I T , FOOTB LL SQUAD The 1955-'56 Alamo Red Devils had a very fine football season this year. The Devils won four games, and lost three, and tied two. The Devils will lose ten men from the varsity team. Graduating will be Bob Davis, Benny Parlow, Charles Jennings, Robert Nance, Jackie Acor, Q ' Jimmy Mansfield, Jimmy Webb, Jimmy Young, Danny Skipper, and John Conyers. Returning lettermen will be: Jimmy George, Ferris Greer, Joe XX Cagle, Darius Owens, Larry Ball, Mike Cox, and William Branch. On behalf of the Seniors, we wish to express our appreciation to Coach Q Lambert and Coach Black for helping and guiding us through this last year in football and high school. As for next year's team we wish them the best of luck and a very good X football season! .uns I 'yi llf ,, 50-J Q5 'ig 7- A, 'film 1 R.. 2157. V . - ta.'-5Wgl.,a.' -ff A 1- -if , Qi J is C 'in' 7 I 4 ' A? J-61' I, we O r 2 ,, A '- 'A is 1' ,f -v My fl J A-5.1 s .W - ajter watchmg that first I think we should go back over a ' -is Wy points . . . now, first of all, this is , -f football . . ." Page 62 1 .ur Lge AIDS' 1-Q - 4 'QL 1 Q Q -v"" I .4 7 .,.:,' A. M Y Q3 :S-A -A , if , l IP , 2? 2. 'Aug 'Sept 'Sept Sept. 'Sept Oct Oct Oct 'Ixov 25 2 9 16 23 -v I Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo Alamo SCORES 0 Bemis O Selmer 13 Dresden O Gleason 4 Treszevent 6 South Fulton 7 Sharon Fulton Greenfleld 1955 el 'N ? YI , N- ,mil . P 96 I ,QV . it , K M M api' EY- I .1114 , 1 ' ' ': xi vj": K A A if-Q5 ' , s ...Mk . -it-S., .. 4,1-2 ff 'Kem -.a-4 as-uvnxqu 1. I C lv-1 44 -- 1955 GFFENSIVE TEAM 4 DEFENSIVE TEAM WWE .453 im! 1956 a y I X X l xx, Q J 1 wr I Y E A A 5 f N 'I -zvx I .gy ,, 4 0 gp, 1 39.1 1' 5 ' ,..' ,Q n!fV 5,5 Fifi 555,. Q1 f,5 F E A W , 1 W N 457' ... 5 4 X ,,, , ' ' ' " M . 15 . A 5 M u 5 , w :N 1 ,fx nl 4 it A : N V I , I A V A l 5 V, . ,, N 1 P' Q,.V Q ., M 5, ,5 , 4, V it AVL 5 A 4 gi' - 5' 5 5 , Q A, M , Q. 7Tfj!. ll' + liill ,, , at s 5 4 ' f if I f F .X 5 5 , ,, W J V L Z7 ,451 5 ..,5 A Q vs- 5 Aw ' ' , I , K l 1 , Q - , ' V 5 ' X 5 W 51, ,fi ' N Y- 3 . t I I , V - . x 2 I 'fs I A. . SQ I Xx x 1 i I d,V Xxx. i I X' f5 xx -. , I ' - ' ' . 1 I X 5, , - x E . xq E AN' x f X , ' 0 X A rv S 0 X 9 E 5' 5 E Q 5 5 I Pg 64 Y SZ' !'Nf-'fl' FOOTBALL HO OR Q, , ,1 A Q x R? my 72, fx 'gi v , ' , if 'Fl .Fw ' I lj ? Q 5' O Xi I ' Q 44 5 ,V I' KM""'Qf'!'-V' W ,414 A.. " Q O, ., - T c L. :Q 4 'Q ' -'Q ' 'f X, i ff? sf-1, 4, L A BENNY PARLOW ROBERT NANCE HOB DAVIU Best A11-RoundA1hlurQ Mosr Valuablu fiuil 'Iwi-.lfr Honorary Captain Hum Him lu 1 I' W '11 1 0 Page 65 mi! -L TIES! ,M ww, MDL, Tslfhl lm it ivan iii?" fag.. . 1' w..Ha ,D-K .VNC 'fl' Sn! ,Suzan i T A -'fa -421 , 1s J-B5-ff' U74 1 ' .41 RWE! and was My " , 374 Q lwfxzxla .,... 11 'Q 'Yi 511 MH wh Wil! I , 'v .1 if ZW!! W MY ,fi l QW vigil :QT39 3- jw X' ' , 4 M Q' , E ' , if ' 1. 5242 .1 F' 1 f L if A ' Hifi' Fiwf , ,f . 42' , 1 N 1 1' - . ' I o Fr I 7 w 2 'fr 'ff U' ' J , 5 "J, I , 1 Av: 71 if SNAPS .Z M-Q H A Page 66 ,JD 5 V f 4k A 14 I ' W K ! ,, V A A ' r 1956 BASKETBALL TEA LEAGUE AND A N E MENT WIN T O N UR H42 1955 Po e68 CROCKETT COUNTY R S 1956 M 1956 3 Q Q 1+ 2 C o : 2 4 Sf' 53 77 2 Q' IRL ' BA KETBALL aslcef all GWUAD The 1955-56 Basketball season was not too successful in victories, winning 3 and losing 18, but it was enjoyed. The team consisted of Gloria Wedgworth, Ann Coltrain, Ann Duncan, Jewell Laman, Elea- nor Privett, Carolyn Nolen, Frances Ward, Royce Byrd, Lynda Tyler, Sara Vaughn, Janet Knight, Janet Eason, Patsy Taylor, and Sandra Cox. Our coach was G. G. Harrison, Jr. , and manager Patsy Laman The girls not returning next year are Jewell Laman, Frances Ward and Ann Coltrain. The returning lettermen are Gloria Wedgworth, ' Ann Duncan, Eleanor Privett, Carolyn Nolen, Sara Vaughn. Page 70 Qs 4 W ll f,w N :inf Q ff ,i'? i pfs,y, -L fi,:XU7,25, ,,, , ,, . Q ,M xi! xl X ., ,kv ,K 4. N .1 NA, 3-Af' g?2f:'-" ' su: 19 'N A mfg? Q,i'2:QfQ,, 1 Nix 5'-s :AWS S' 1 fi' V U yf- F3 I' 4155+ L YYY! up Afa pg' i fa 43 f it'- Q wfsox, 1 W - sk' f 5 13. nur ff ,3'l., L J We-A X. 1 GIF C 'YQ' lx: . E Q ,,, , N, I -n ... Hfrx ' mx .' 'I c E ' I I S A 3:01, '. A r-- 'M .lt his BAN., 2843 'Hifi 1' .1-RV... ll? 'H-fI'7'l BASEBALL SNAPSHOT uk 4' ld' U, ,1 41 -. ,111 Precious Memories Bumps-EhxmerMusxcCo. Owner! J l. 1' 'Hill Pre-exons mem nes un -seen an gels qs-ut from somewhen tnmy soul 1 Q, fe" 2. Pro cloua h ther lov mg moth er Fly A cross the lone- ln the mil-neu of 'fthe mndmgbr Em oes from the put A I tru cl on his s pathwav know not what the yemmly hold, LL -PSF!- ua nav "i..,,...2-i4 fU Ln Page 75 . 3 - 'ffi'f , - 5 .L LJ' K' jj .':':: I -. W 3 " ' . i V J I , 4' :-:vb " " yy, Y A Ami. 5 . X 5, h X ,Il 5 A lr A A , L v :-v ' ICQ f i .. 5 . . J ., , U Y v Y v U A A 1. f " . , - ,- : ' fb. I ' 3' I- ' ' ' i. ' - ,E lr: -in Q an , ... .E if . x ' ,, . 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Q m T ' --..u--.,.. ,2 1 ' ,KB 5 I, V g I ,lu 'S ,, 2 ' i- jp, R U9 WEST TENNESSEE CONSTRUCTIGN CO GENERAL CONTRACTORS ALAMO PHONE nz 1-ENN ALAMO COMPLI NIENTS OP OIL COMPANY JONES WARREN DISTRIBUTOR TENNESSEE PHONE 74 COMPLIMENTS ALAMO BARBER SHOP AUSTIN CATES mess 4 fil J SOUTH SIDE OF TOWN kia-1 JACKSON Drmk CIGUL 'll Oil In Bottles TENNESSEE coMPL.nMsN'rs F THE BEE HIVE LADIES' Mr-:N's. cmLnRe:N's READY 'ro WEAR ALANIO TENNES SEE OF OF I I 1 i co- 5' - - vf l Qix 'f W1 0 'M 4 Xi ALAMO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY TENNESSEE ALAMO KT? THROUGH THE COURTESY X, X PEOPLES BANK X INN X WEST TENNESSEE BUSINESS COLLEGE vouau mm Offers the Followlng Courses QUALITY K I 1-1"6""""""" Junlor Accountlng PNNTINM ff! Omplmenm ye FEEDOM Hlgher Accpuntlng and "TJ Buslness Admlnlstratlon Stenographlc THE CROCKETT TIVIFS Secretarlal CROCKETT COUNT! suTlNEL Executive Secretarial TRI COLNTY NEWS Telephone 7 4391 Mfiu 1C Bulldlng Jackson Tenn 5 5 A i Il ' , OF XX l . y r 2 EL- f -f f X I xv TY , I c L- x N I-fs jf -- U I X' of 'T 5 E E ?f . . . . flHl-.VROIFT fIHhVR0lII Phone IRVINE DRUG co X gp f Mums ANIMAL 'QNJT The PFESCFIPTIOH Sfore ml J H h ALAMO TENNESSEE 'T cumc .M -,OJ ALAMO TEN NESSEE PHONE 250 PHONE 40 Ru COTTON FROM BOLL TO BALE -sz FARMERS GIN Q7 E a. sumv co p 7 fi.-W? K, PHONE 171 , WC An :fix ax 56 11- V - 'Lid ll ,f - X 41 L y xy f,b . I 1i'R lg A ,X I . .T omos, Owner I :A X, Q I H iw K O5 ' T f '..,,l'f ' "'f.... T' I -" 5 Q f . . - "..."""',J' ,"' ' ' ' F . ' rf -I - l 5-'Fi E, 1. 7 W ' wr 4 ' 'fa' -E ' , . .. J, is Q, , tb X cf-TQ' ' ' r X 17 20,-:Av ls-5 , . . 1 .--, T .,M. 2- -gi. . r , 1 - u-.,- ,rf-,v . - -1 1 I . 4 K. f -f A A g,:'.i , . I -A -r "'-- ' -- ' I . .? ' ' ' 1 l Q4- 3 g As. f"t,'.f -V YY J. D. LILL , anoger , ' :fl i5',,',f '-.2 b 'JO-V- 5, Alamo, Tenn. fy ll E . ,A ' Q -. l E -A 1, 3 .. : E 94, f ' , 1 af---Q, - f ,Q ' '- .- ' .H xg. ,, 'aff ,, K, in ure.,-J. . x Nx,' ' Q . ,.., 3 .01 , ' " - ' ' q " L ,. . , . . E: 25: O , .affix- JAMES B. NANCE LPG.,-:I-.., .c INSURANCE Groceries ond Feed gg ' LYNN colvm PHONE 144 M'2.I','gl'f4Bgp mow: zs ALAMO, Tehlragl "wt:-I-22.2 ,f ip - - P' pr. A , N P f...,.' IIII-ll ! 31 L 1 Q' .4-A --, be . . 4- D srl- ij: .Ez arse: -I-I I I I I Yours For Better Lwmg gh I.. GIBSON COUNTY ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORP MIDWEST DAIRY PRODUCTS COMPANY FAIRCLOTH S STUDIO S If Ch ld d Fla h JERNAAN JERMAN v 1 P f S Y LAWYERS I ALAMO TENNESSEE Throu ow Cost Electricity "Your Electric Cooperative" I ' I 0 OF JACKSON D 7 ' V Y fx Specialty in Portralt OF if , iai.'.. 25 l I i , an S I q AND I 'JF-T ho o raph 5 lil I COIVIPLINIENTS 9 GULF REHNING COMPANY Accessorles TIFCS w C cu1.l.l HER DISTRIBUT PHON E Comphments "Rx W EN YOU LOWER OF' OURS MRS VIOLET COLTRA Q-:', IW: rea 1 ,fin In .J If. ONE TELEVISION SHOP L VX ff DQS Compliments CON! LIME MOORE S DRY CLEANERS ALABAO ESSEE LL MENS SHOP OE COMPLIMEI COMPLI ENTS OF WENDELLH AVERY JERREL E REASONS TR USTEE COUNTY COURT CLERK ' I - 'N of C W ' es 7 34, I 'I THOMPSONSRADIUAND ,'g,,W ,g,,,,6,,, . Y V .. 28 ' 'f OF of 5 TS CO.'l1PLl.1lE,NTS OF WINTER GARDEN FREEZER Compllments Your Good Appearance Muller Electric Co Our Busmess Phllco Sales 8: Servxce Bells Tm EAST BARBER Slllll' Phone 3321 Bells Tenn KFPFIQ V Home Gas Company BUTANE PROPANE GAS APPLIANCES BELLE TFNN Of , , is , , . E A 21- ' . ' H TIL ROBERTG M LEAN Complxments A if Colomal Baking Co 4 Jackson Tenn Complxments Q R L RONK C0 FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Harry Fewell BUS SERVICE Alamo Tenn I E I Come In 'I :mu of II EK FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES ZENITH RADIOS Crockett County s Most Comp e e Furmture and .Appliance Store R L RONK RONK S JARICTY IOR HERMAN CARTER ESS Jack on THE MOORE STUDID PICTORIAL HOME OI' THE CO ED A Studxo Of Dlstmctxon Offering Always The Latest and ' v Best Achnevements Of Photo Graphic A1 ts Tenn ff A , gs L Q , Of C4 . . , C ? ATTORNEY AT LAW X , . I I I . 411+ . ' I nulQ'Q"1"vi-:Q D F l Q SY X YA emonstrahon 6 7 I Q or Q I ' ' ' - S' E ' t ' ' scr-mm. SUPPLIES AND 5 ONE loz Al-AMO TENNESSEE ' ' A . 0 . . . '0 1, D Iffflisxg . I .1 N It film - . ' -.- COMPLIMENTS zgyzf CATES DRUG STORE COMPLIMENTS M E CATES O N W ER 'I W PHONE Nr- ALAMO TELEPHONE mscamml annum ALAIVIO TENN P AND CO J B DARD QA rar M IN THE GREAT SOUTHWEST Lxfi, U4 MILLIONS OF MEALS ARE SERVED l TO SCHOO 3 L CHILDREN WITH FREEMAN S TUMMY TESTED FOODS JAY FREEMAN COMPANY, INC LITTLE R OCK ARKANSAS ME MPH Is, TF NNE ssl-:E CONIPLIMENTS coMP1.1MENTs BUSINES S AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB ALANIO TEN ESSEE J B AVERY SR ,I B AVERY JR ALANIO TENN Compllments TRlTT'S GROCERY Phone 143 Alamo Tenn. Bells hdependent Gas and Oll Co B. W. BYRUM 8: SONS Owners Phone 9938 Bells Tenn. 'Ig is OF xl 4' I - SAT I or ll 'S A A n - 9 85 OF ' w2."A1l12.i1a. A - T. . . . EN X .L . I 4 sf 'I' .t'- 4 43's-tilkvl' 5 'H Cx Iv xi! I , x' L 'Q ll ll , - or or N . ' , fix ' ' ,J a . ,AZ of Comply-M INSTITUTIONAL Foons " S SUPPLIES McLEAN'S CAFE-gf? SW 110 wilson Ave.-P. 0. Box 411 x Ph 2-4561 dt C hi 2 I DISTRIBUTOR OF COMMUNITY CLUB BRAND , EDWARDS SINCSAIR LASTERS TEXACO SERVICE C, T b SERVICE STATION II g TE C0 yPh t Ph J 6 H TANNERS FLOWERS 1'-ff Phon CRAIG LAMAN a Fe Fel ALAMO JEWELRY C0 ff f SRW'0Qf I I 72 S f f!lIIRN Q wth nd I I IC rycffn F dTHlI Ph 77 AI I-III I' one Fine Foods 1 7 Cre I or as fffffl Everyone Welcomex lf' Phone 148 Jackson Tenn. Y Q' ComPliments 1- W' 7 of I I Q: lr f Ig I Cas - Oil - Tire an u es 1 I I Was in - Lubrication Ph 'X' FA 14 Da one 93 Ni e one 262 Alone T 24 our Road Service amo I enn. Alamo Tenn. 7 I . 1 Compliments ' Q! I of e ,,3'gq, 104 f zvgzgfyi A f C8 r- rg, d - in izer ' ff ?l ' ' I Alamo L enn. Phone S73 I v ' , I ' ,f in K , ' Crysal-China A -"Q, !,,I ff ,f ' f S I '21 is Silverware 02 frf' ' a c es - Diamo X9 I ..... --"' l ffl:- I " V iw ...- ,P Crocke t oun i eadqua , rsi re . i one ieen i Pif 5 X-41 Alamo Compllments DAIRY QUEEN Best m Refreshments For Your Enjoyment Tenn Com ments HUGHES GULF QERVIC STATION I L5 Alamo ii? Tenn mms Q JEWELRY Diamonds Watches UT-F Cluna Crystal Sllve Phone evlehle cmd Al mo 1. E Tenn HARVEYS FOOD CENTER Fancy Meats JAY-3? an YE' taple Goce es Compl ments Dr E O Prather Jr Al mo Te n Compliments Of RHEA WHOLESALE CO. Since 1920 Dyersburg, Tennessee of --'AX L , 'E-fl! J " 5 v -I ..... ' if ,,,.. . ' ' O m if -XX 7.2 f i G A 7 1 ,SL-E5 1 I e N 41' - of X. ? :- ,Y Y I ,f . i - . r U' f - g - i ' 9 . , ' L -A 11 . Y ml 1 .M Q i 0 oumouos .VHUU 5 Q- Q23 i U A V" of Ag fx! 'XXX d a 5 v J io 0 . X ' l' YI 0 's n , 0 R fl . MAURY CITY GIN Compliment' Phone of 461 TAYSTEE " Gin with Colvin" Maury City Tenn. Compliments - Compliments A'. 4-If I I The New ,nd Modem 3 HUMER mum Cnty Cafe Lam, Dlmple Sz Hugh Alamo Tenn INK FUNERAL HUME A Complete Modern Mortuary Telephone 5 Alamo Tennessee no T ALAMO FURNITURE co U TOTE EM SUPER MARKET Wes' Sd' of s'1""' Grocernes Meats Alamo Tenn Fxesh Frults Vegetables Frozen Food Lockers lf S Joe B McCracken Phone Sghoningge Owner 260 in 11:12, of Of 9 " 3 RU Q Q, f ' ,Xb X fl 1 o , 'Ll ' DrPOPPe" THE FRIENDLY PEPPER UPPER THAT NEVER LETS YOU DOWN THEO J EMISON Complnments Of R A Byrd Implement Co or JOHN DEERE Sales 8: Servlce Phare Alamo Tenn BASQMBFMKQMO COMPLIMENTS COMPLINIENTS 6? 3? ALAMO MEAT MARKET 5 S NEAL WARREN S H E SERVICE STAT ON ALANIO TENNESSEE in COMPLIMENTS SOUTHERN TEXTILES INC FouNoA'rnoN GARMENT MANUFACTURERS ALANIO TENNESSEE ug. naw Planter's Gin C H COINLEY E T LAW-KN Owners OF OF X . , E : x 5 4 Q 5 . Q z ., , . 3 S 5 "f i Q 'Q N I .,,42Zf,,,v, . -1 9 T253 9 ' " :Is ll 4 1 ,Isl P 2 - .' 5.-L 1 --.-- -,I J.. V ,T,' y t-W W M1 T T ,V X fy , I bf- X OF ,T .. . : ,,"l ' M X . Q- T'e'1f+ ow Wholesale FAREWELL Bows come Bmmli Q75 Fllamo Tow Lboyfes 3 W9S+GYW AU+O u fW'y.S,E.0-p-ra,1l'f18Yj'y ,'7If3YV97f5'f'ZoJC'gp17Lgy :llA4'7gN6sgE6RApS' M155 ici'-f7e Lf'Hfe7lf IJ Bec,K's BQa,u+35hoF 'wwf FYQJ Hill gehu Club ELLB-fIa7'lEi F' 'R' U 'er omfwsoru F3514 iziwaniam Dishfbmlfve gducahon, B005 jwvffes G-mmf TERS QGV- A.kfF'cLYrl1ey avwsons Deja-ff 5-fave, Edwin Blick M,-,s Prhndgwovrell W Ver 19 J0.cLr:l3seH0l,a717d G--G, Havrison 51- f- S Dr, IY19Dau1-'ef V 'IJ Lz11m Colv-E141 f ,, W RaL,monJJe'nv1sn 5 W Ag! ! mc. C I fmer 'iff' Rebecca Wlomws Hjamo SQL.-ww BMJ. 8E5fm5flE5r0e ,qfan-19 he 72-,bf4'YJ LDDPL Soudewf Page 91 !-fenr Cvnle fffavwg S. 9:1913 -Pais Ffcmf Theiton fnovfvfnis ffdrfan 7-Homag WIY5 H075 movyokfs Li ffian f-fur1,7L' Efdora, 14. f'cL+e5 E. H- Leiforlal Pi Cvossnoj, B Rollie 'r C wld Z?vnofJ -ew Tuclso 777a,fo UQ Paul E-n leg Jv- JOKES Robert 0Nerl G e me 'r drmes worth of notebook paper please Clerk Here you are my lad Robert How much rs rtl Joyce Lowery I wrsh I had lrv ed a thousand years ago Mr Black Why? -Nyce Thmk of all the hrstory I wouldnt have to learn Benny P But offrcer I wasnt gorng a hundred COP Perhaps you werent do rng a hundred However Im eo mg to reward you for tryrnv Mrs Porter I have stewed krd neys borled tongue frred lryer and prgs feet Jrmmy Young Dont tell your troubles mam Just grve mt a cheese sandwrch Statrstrcs show that locomotrves are not afrald of automobrles Kay Thompson Generally Speakrng grrls are Jrmmy Webb Yes they are Kay They are what? Jrmmy Generally speakrng Wayne Forsythe Mr Prerce do YOU grade on the curves" 'VIr Prerce W'hose curves? Robert Cates What rs the most bodys lrfe Betty Cooke You tell me Robert When two eyes meet at at the same key hole Then theres the trme when Jackre Acor stayed up all nr-'fht studyrng lor hrs blood test Bobby Curtrs Why does aclock run? MIIZIE Skelton You would rf you had trcks OO Pull over buddy sard e traffrc cop You havent got tarl lrght The motorrst stopped got and examrned the rback of hrs Hr looked so genurnely horrr'1ed that the porrceman was actually mtved wrth sympathy Wel mrster IIS bad sard the COP but not that bad RsCOV9I'1Ilg hrs vorce the mot orrst managed to stammer Its n0t the tarl lr ht whats happ n ed to my trarle 'P dI1 OU C3 a rs Kee arry be wrrt even rf r s rothrm, rs 3 he k 5. -45 6 lannv Cox now rs your mem o Nlrtchell W Almost perfect There are only three thrngs I cant remember he f t n mes the second rs faces and the thrrd I cant remember llr Lemond What three words are used nrost by studentsq Patsy Prather I dont know slr Lemond Correct Joyce Byrd Im tell ne vou for lr lrst trme you cant krss me Bob Dmrs I knew you would w eaken X 1 d defrnrtrorr of an accr dent ftr hcarrng both 'VIalcorr Cean and Danny Skrppers stor r A head on collrs on between two statronarv cars parked on therr owr srd of the road Lets have more lr ht on the dr cussron and less heat remark ed the rnst uctor The one who thrnks our Jokes are poor 'xv or ld strareltaway chance hrs Xl S Co rld h comoare the Jokes we prrnt Ro alre Follr Do you mrnfl rf turn off the lrehts I freckle easrly 'Nh Black Wry drd you leaye your last rob" Shelby Q Illness Ur Black What was the trou b e' Shelby The boss was srck of Bruce Averv John we must do some nng to remedy the status quo John Conyers What rs the stat us quo" Bruce That brother 1s Latrn for the mess we re rn 'llr Frank Rarnes to Robert Nance You neednt call he any more Dreamboat has been chartered r Lemond Char ts Jennrnes why rs your comoosrtron on mrl onlv half a page lone when I asl cd fc- two oaffes' Ch rres Well von see I wrot bout condensed mrlc Page 92 Frances Ward Jesse and I arent gorn-1 steady anymore Jrmmy 'vlansfreld How come" Frances I went out on a blrnd date and there he was Jewell Sue We strll have some horse sense around IS ayne Hopper How do you know that" Jewell We strll have plenty of horses Nurse How drd you get rn the hosprtal Charles Harber Flu Betty B I thrnk our school house rs haunted Ray McCord Why? Betty Well they are always talkrnf' bout the school sprrrt' Nlrs Roach J ry I hope I drdnt see you copym' Roberts aper Jere Grrffrn I hope so too Nlr Stranffe was havrng drffr ulty makrne hrs orders under stood as he shouted tb 'fr over the speaker to the hrstory room where Charles Warren was takrne the message Whats the trou ble" he demanded Is there en rdrot at the end of thrs tube" 'Nlot at thrs end srr was the re A Frenchman strugelrnd wrth e Enelrsh laneuage turned to W at he asked rs a po ar bear' Polar bear' Why he lrves way up north But what do he do' Oh he srts on a cake of rce and ts irsh Zat settle' I weel not accept What rn the world do yor mean you wont accept' Ah exclarmed the other I was rnvrted to be a polar bear at 3 funeral and I weel not accept Lloyd Speer Is rt bad luck to have a cat follow you? 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