Alamo High School - Fort Yearbook (Alamo, TN)

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AND AS WE REGISTER THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL WE RENEW OID ACQUAINTANCES AND MEET NEW FRIENDS THE FRESHMEN REAIIZE THAT THEY HAVE BEGUN THEIR FINAL FOUR YEARS IN RIMM: HIGH THE SENIORS APPROACH THEIR FINAL GOAL GRAD- UATION, J J JZ Qu, .4 .4- A 5 733' 5 . .uid-. ...J 'S?"'?- gk YV W0 Eff fl F' X rw A wr so ff Sli Q Y 3 , M4 :ig fu x fy f' Q ,f ,nk 'N fl J nf-x. 'bi n .f 4 F5 g P' .- .W P 1 n K i .A Q. Q ,ku ' . , Q 1 Y. .4 'H x DEDICATION iii w .ii K 01, .. 7" . . .., l 4 1 I -:E 1 ' . i , 1 -ng i u ag.. fdsl 5 , ' 1 Io xou 'xir 5U'3l1 Q our b loud f href of wlatf we rogimuiir -v9 transferring from Port Alamo, express our duupcst gratitude, You, Mr. Lemoud, the one most directly responsible: for our book, "'I'Iil1 FORT will bu fondly rciiiciiihurcd by regiment '59, as long as any of us live, Io you, thy Vacully, iv cxpruss our siiicoru thanks for tho iziidorstaiidihg way you haw guided us through our 13 years Ofb3SiClI'E1il1' ing, lv !! XIVMW' L ' 'ZA' in Nga' :Lf i fx ff 5 1 1 "-'Q N JFZQ MMM ggi 2 Qkauffy ...-A, x w..... ADMINISTRATION sliff Z Year by year the Fort grows in number of pages, circulation, and influence, l know of no other single organ that contributes to the improxement of our institution. Alumni turn the pages and swell with pride for their Alma fxlater, 4 A A 4 4 , K Cfvlefdguf' .VA 'ff WXXXXX l I I lfeel that our yearbook staff and The plain fact is that all of us sponsor have some of that same in- are in a large measure what we are domirahle s irit that ossesse-tl David hecause of what we learned in school. P P Crockett when he refused to give u 'l he Vort is eontrihutin to successful . P S thc yon. tareers for our graduates, X, N ff CL ' I ' ir WP- t N QB -N-mm Z .1 . , ,- . Q 1 . V912 1 was fe 2 , V r ,F P . I A , "fir ' .ff Q will -1 1 ws is if Ie ff I -'3guu-1-- Nlr, l, H, strange, Superintendent Mrs. Lynn Colvett Junior High English f 4... '-lc ,, '4,iIT?'fl3 Nlr. Gilbert Harrison, B.5,g Ni..-X, Commercial Subjects, Arithmetic and Junior Girls' Basketball f s. 'Virginia Colvctt V Sbcretary 'W va ,J fini? P B 1 sq.--, P :G N' , Mg. 55.4 I W Mrs. E,R, Roach, 5.5, if Mathematics, English, H and Latin Qi lr, Harold iiigrtp, 5.x Vouatioiial Agriculturu .9. Mr. Jimmy Young, B,S, Junior Hivh, Girls' Varsitv E . Basketball, tlirls' Varsity Softball L Miss Dorthj. Dodson, A, 5, Junior High Chcgrleadcr Sponsor '93 'S N '-137 ' -11 t Rh 19' if T!" III!! T l 3.7 N 1-Q I L x'- -X K f . X I N 'X V 4 T , 19 47 If F J ' , 4 I I X F O I i My Lgefzfbwx ff TN 62 S N Ca,,b'I'a.h-.5 T-vi -4 in A... lm.: -Sq WW -1, i' Ray Rant Dehiti Colvet Judy Jones Louva Avery President Vice lresident mecretar Rep urter Janet Parlow I reasurer Jan Byrd Student Council K . C s 1 d Donnie Cooke 3, fv '-'-"-- ,- student Council - ' aa,-9 'Q " X Q- . ,An , 4' t A. idk-- -nl ld Mr, Harold Pierce Mrs, Helen Conyers Iilllllly' llafllilwil Class Sptwnsor Q, 3,4 Class Sponsor 2,3,4 lliseball l, 2: Vu-itlmll l, 23 Basketball l, 2,33 F. F. X, QF: ID, E, 4g.4flf1llal5Iaff-4 - ld - Joyce Mayfield F, H. A. 1, 2,3,4g F, ll, A. Class Officer 33 Girls Chorus 33 innual Staff 43 D. E. Club 4, f-0' C' wrlotte Erlwartls l ll. Fl. 1,i',f3,4gOffircr '23 Eluauty Nlaid 1: Oneenig S-1fthall2,-1: ILE, Club 4: Officer 45 Beta Club 2,141 O icer f1,4gl3asL:etl1all1,'Z,f1,-4: orus 1,'2,3: Band 1: Annual Staff 4 Student Council 1.2. Jere Edwards Band 1, 2, 71,41 Class Officer 3: Eieta Club 45 Junior Wizards 3: Annual Library Staff 1,21 Future Teachers Club 4, .15. I-:SA O--'ni Staff 45 Paper Staff Business Mgr, 4: CHPTHINS Ian Byrd Class Officer 1, 3 Student Council 4 Review Maid F1 Football Maid 4 Soflball1,2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 3,4 Co-Captain 4 Annual Staff 4 D. E, Club 4 an - 52 lanny Roberts D. E. 4: Class Officer 33 Base hall 2: Annual Staff 4, 'sk- V' 5'ff'Er' "YI CHPTHINS ,gn 'Y. Larry liuues f-,',a, l,Q,fl,-1gTraCl4 2,4 Paper Sraff ,lg Elaslcerhall -lg Annual Sraff el, Dewirr C. Culvert Peggy Wheeler Annual5raft'-1 F.ll.A, l,'J,3,4 Baskerlwall 1, 2, 3,4 Newspaper5raff-1 Class Presidezn 2 Class Officer i, H Class Vife Pres, -3 Baslferlvall C. li, F. V. A, l,fZ,Tl,4 Annual Staff 4 offs Berry Speer F, H, A, l, T, 52, Clrorus 35 Paper Staff -1: Annual Staff 4, Jnycc ,M rr 7' I f fr . if -.Y .f' H, ' ,l.,l,l,,,9,4,-lam.'l,',r12.en!1n11 Ileleuare 2,33 irate flegrcu Q: :Sera Club 72,-1, Cvrrlsl .urns 3, 11 :cm wqnarl l: 'sn- nrral 5rat'14gFuri:re 'cafrkers 1fl.1'w 4, 1-Irneri flee "wlve" 1igl,i,',L' mr-'a Qlju 241 Offs 1 X 1:5 var '11 lunlnr :Aaris Q, 43 E HUT: Teacxers In 4: Sr rdenr Lznrar- mn l,2,?g Hnnlal Star! 1, ,16. 9 4 IC' 1,0 w-S17 lflgene 'l CN", VV-X l'l'7-'lV4'll Sraff-1, lllllfl -'av' cn PTHlNSl lrannelte 'I ritl san..-x. 1,2,rz,z F, ll, .-K, Offmur l Beta Club 2, 3, -L Newspaper Staff-1 Annual Staff 4 il 6"'K 'Q Q 141: 3 Betty Kenner Eieta Club CZ, FZ, 'if .gm rr -, 14. guy. ball 4: Paper Stn' 1: 0"i43cr Hx' 'rkcr -1: Student l,1bmrr.1n l, -1-ll Flux- 1, '.2,3,-1: Annual stall -1, 6 fe i Brenda Eittison g rw ..H.A. 1.-3.41:-,l1.,X. Glasswl- C,4Pl7HN5l I ru:.1'r',' f,r Ginn: nw. 4' 'rf11.1l5mZ'-1 ficer 35 TJ, 'jluh -lg Student Lzhrar- tw il irlrlslwc wr H lull l, 1 rw rl-:qv ? , -., N- ran 1: Annual Staff 4, .wmv rr 1 11 Xa.t L: 'waffftnzll 1 wwf- --, " ' X l' 4'wC'W-l 'wr-cr Track 8, 4, ,ju-0 I Q1 ,QQ . f'2 B Q Ray lixtmlulnti 55,111.1 52,43 -l-li Klnn 1,21 ula Utflfur Q, 3, ,lg Pres, 4, -Sum' rv 2,2-lg jnninr '.-lizards Tig Mnnr staff 'lg Eixslct-tlmll 1,10 1 '. ...psf iff? Jud, Juzie if El, A. 1, -, 3, 4: Officer 2, 3: Beta " tflub ffl,-1-: Officer 3, -1: Rani l: Girls C' our 2, '15 C1155 Officer -lg ID, Club Officer -Lg frnicnt L1 Pwrarian 1, -l7 f'..ii' gfrpmfms SQ-O '51 lxrl i xl' ' Gene Lewis Max Riddick Beta Club 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. F. F. A. 1, 2, 3 1, 2, 3, 4: Officer 2: D. E ' D. E. 4 Club 4: Officer 4: Wes: Baseball 1,2 Tennessee D. E, Vice Basketball 1 President 4, 1' 'KS' 'Pi 334 "':Vx qs-zzzv Terry Murphy Annual Staff 4: F, F. A. 1, 2: F. H, A. 1, 2, 3, 4: D. E. Club 4: Lunch- Student Librarian 1, 2, room Worker 2, 3: Annual Staff 4, M , Q 435 4?-if Peggy June Wood Donny Cooke Track 3 Julia Strange F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Officer 1, 2, 3, 4: State Degree 2: Beta Club 2, 3,4: Officer 4: Girls Chorus 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls State 3 Football Royalty 3: Class Officer 3: Future Teachers Club 4: Officer 4: Annual Staff 4. Eleanor Virginia Conley 5-1 sask5:ba11 1,2,3,4: F,F,A, 1 2 3 4 f ficer 3: Football 1,2, 3, 4: Honorary Capt 51 2 4: Best Blocker and Most Valuable 3 ff' '- r 'r 4 f .gt A il". R' .N , Ks V ,ngq R R - Basketball 1, 2, 3: F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Officer 4: State Degree 2: Beta Club 2, 3.4: Officer 4: Band 1: Majorette 1: Chorus 2, 3,4: Paper Staff 4: Future Teachers Club 4: Officer 4: Annual Staff 4. .1g- 5 ' -MM EHPTAIN5 Jean Prather F.H, A. l,2,3.4 Football Maid 2 , Chorus 3,4 4 Beauty Maid 2 Class Officer 2, 3 Basketball Maid 3 L Annual Staff 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Softball 2, 4 IU! Ag YV A 'f Gene Bushart F. F, A. 1, 2, 33 Baseball 2: D, E, Officer 4g Annual Staff 4, ,can Z' gs. A '-TTY? Janet Elizabeth Parlow Class Officer 1, 2, 4, Football Maid 45 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 4: Cheerleader 4g Girls Chorus 4: Band 1: Future Teachers Club 4: President 47 Paper Staff Co-Editor 45 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, , fx ,fx Louva Lee Avery F, l-L A. 1,2,3,4g Officer 2,3, 4: Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4: Co-Captain 4, Class Of- ficer 2, 4, Chorus 4, Pep Squad lg Paper Staff 4: Future Teacher Club 45 Officer 4g Annual Staff 4, Stanley Johnson Football l, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 3, 41 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 F, F. A. Officer 4: Annual Staff 4, -l9- CHPTFIINSI Kay Matheney F. H. A. 1, 2, 3,4 Class Officer 3 Pep Squad 2 Officer Worker 3 Annual Staff 4 f'7 Linda Mayfield F. H, A. 1, 2, 3,4: Class Officer 3 D. E. Club 43 Officer 45 Annual Staff 4, ,pus S! if Us SS W 1955-Class History-195k As we, Regiment 59, are moving toward the end of our hitch with The Alamo base of opera- tions, there is a feeling of excitement and an- ticipation in the air, but also an undeniable sadness. For while we are looking forward to beginning our civilian life, we have many fond memories of the twelve years we have shared together. We, who for the past eight years, had been slowly climbing in rank began our career as sergeants in H55 by electing to the staff of offtters: lan Byrd, President: George Nelson, Vit e-President: Joanne Wright, secretary and Treasurer: Janut Parlow, Reporter: Lharlotte Ldwards, student Council. We chose Generals Mary Ruth and Hollis Thompson as our sponsors. Llur superiors be- gan to sit up and rake notice when the Junior girls' basketball team fmain string entirely Sergeantsl racked up a record of no defeats. We also had two officers in K. P. IF. li, A. 5. Charlotte Edwards, one of our platoon won the honor of being alternate to the queen of our base. In 19-56-57 our rank was finally changed to Second Lieutenant. We started things off in an official manner by electing officers. They were: Dewitt Colvett, President: Ray Ran- dolph, Vice President: Jean Prather, Secre- tary: Louva Avery, Treasurer: Jan Byrd, Re- porter: Charlotte Edwards, Student Council. Generals Helen Conyers and Harold Pierce were chosen as our sponsors for the next three years. This year we had nine people elected to the Department of Intelligence llieta Clubj an organization for those who performed ser- vices beyond the call of duty, We had two officers in the K, P. iF. H. A. J and Lieutenants Julia Strange and Eleanor Conley receivedthe medal of State Degree for outstanding service in connection with this organization. Lieu- tenant Charlotte Edwards won the honor of be- ing queen of our base this year and Lieutenant Jean Prather was one of her maids. Jean was also a maid to the football queen. Lieuten- ant Gene Lewts was an officer in the Calfary IF. F. A. J. We were well represented in foot- ball, baseball, basketball and softball. Lieu- tenant Louva Avery was elected a member of one branch of the progaganda department rCheerleadersJ, In 1957-1958 we received another promo- tion. Ihis litre to first lieutenants. Our officers were: George Nelson, President: kay Randolph, Vice President: Jan Byrd, Secretary: Julia strange, Treasurer: Jere Ldwards, Reporter: Lanny Roberts and Jean Prather, Student Coun- cil. Julia Strange was a football maid and Jean Prather was our representative in the basketball queen's rate. We had two officers in the De- partment of Intelligence tfieta Clubj, We had three i. P, QF, H. AJ officers and Joyce Acor received her medal of State Degree. We also had one Calfary iF. F, AJ officer, We had six football players, six girls' basketball players, seven boys' basketball players: we had repre- sentatives in track, baseball and softball. We had a magazine drive to raise money for the annual First Lieutenantx and Captains banquet, This year we got our platoon rings tclass ringsl. In 195i-59 we reached the peak of our ca- reers by being promoted to Captains, This- year our courageous platoon accumulated a pile of medals. We started things off by elect- ing officers. They were: Ray Randolph, Presi- dent: Dewitt Colvett, Vice President: Judy Jones, Secretary: Janet Parlow, Treasurer: Louva Avery Reporter: Jan Byrd and Donnie Cooke, Student Council. This year we discovered that five of our buddies were poets when they each had a poem published in the National Anthology. Captain Donnie Cooke was sent on an impor- tant asstgnment to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in connection with the Calfary QF, F, A, 1, Captain Gene Lewis was elected President of the West Tennessee D. E. Three members of our platoon received positions in Propaganda Department 1Cheetleadersi. Our entire platoon was assigned to the ann- ual, The Fort, a top propaganda book. Others were also assigned to the Devils Crier, the of- ficial paper of the base and another part of the Propaganda Department. Again, we were well represented in basketball, football and softball. Jan Byrd and Janet Parlow were maids to the football queen. We had three officers in K. P. IF, H, A.l and Calfary KF, F. AJ also, Louva Avery represented us in the basketball queen's race. We were also well represented in the lj. S. O. Uiand and Chorusl. New we are back to the present and looking forward to our civilian life, lt will not be long until we receive our discharge papers fdiplomasJ.. Behind us we will leave the in- stitutions which have been the center of our lives for the past twelve years. We will, how- ever, take with us the profound effects which they have had upon us and the inspiration and guidance which our superior officers have given us. Joyce Acor Julia Strange ? 17 ff E' I Bai-Hes . ' ' HW'-fl , Won! . - .20- Ba-Hles worst ! li' 5 r 1959 lse t e venror s lass ofl wJ upon leasrng Post 'umbet 1 'layl berng of sound mrnd and clear judgment do bequeath the followrr-rg To Nlr strange threr of staff we hereby leave our deepest ,gratrtude ar ' apprerratron for offerrrrg your ard and assrstanee the four e o t e a r ty lop llrass we grse .1 brg tharrrts for the patrente rt rn long hours you haye gr et us lyrthout eaeh of you our hr5l sthuol dass would haye seemed dun ro the 'rrarnterrarree Nlr llarrrson and 'lr Boswell e leave all the mess we have made the sprtballs the paper wads and the trans marlfs on rnrture and serrously our thanrts tor l-teeprng the ort rn ,good eondrtron To the lumthroom workers the rs P Patrol we lease the hot dogs the neans the barbecue, ane the many other repeated courses hrmbly thank vou tor your long hours ol' ser rte lo the lunrors the Setgeants we leave the abrlrty to get awa wrth murder Also thrnltrng you nrght rreed to earn some money we w you our serrrors versus las ulty basketball game lo th ophomores Lotporals we hestow wrllrngtress and patrenee reath your goal hoprng the nest two years wrll be suecessful o he Lreshrnen the P F C we leave our deepest sympath and set ond row lotlters rnstead of bottom ones Io lunrtt lhgh the lower t lass we lease the abrlrty to get to the top Ihe folluwrrrg rndrvrdual merrrbers leaves wrth you the followrng ray Harreolph bestows hrs good looks to lerty larnan hoprng sorre day they vrrght be relatrves r y llarn str eases hrs ha py gt hrtlty wa s o lwe l Clllkfl Betty speer bequeaths het quret ways and dependabrlrty to Iyar lene Lex kugene retry decrded to share hrs devrlrsh mrsthrevous ways wrth Brlly Ihornton lleasen help you hrlly Eleanor fonley leases her ambrtron to b lrke Nlarrlyn 'ylonroe anree Harrell eanette trtt leaves her rheerful wavs to Antr 'Bunn lerrl Krrggshee bestows hrs ahrlrty to get hy wrth thrngs tol Iuel-et tt t e ast rnrrrute ouya -Xyer etrded s e wou d eaye WILL lat r drelf leases hrs naturals artrni ahrrrty o h Per tanleyb lolnson leases hrs lose er I rotltett rlls to belly ogers though we really uon t tbme she needs rt atherrey leases ret efforts wrth ser ret admrrers to fran Averv rter truth torrsr eratrorr oe lsletntr Je rded to bestow hrs rrrerrd rrrrrrous ways to Ietrv hee r e tor hequeaths het loyal A work to lrnda ra A srrrte lietty Kennet has det rded to tarte a brrsrrress rourse she sadly ases e loye for horses and gorrrg to todeos tu uanlatl-1 on lerry Iurphy leaves a lrst of hrs asrnrne remarks to rony easons hopes that lony mrght use them Jere e wards bestows hrs love for the grrls to Bradle agnon lo e ayfr ld leases leer abrlaty to get an engage nent rrng to Q ood luek L ay' layfreld drdn t esaetly lease her lose 'or larry rlughes to ar rn Lrrrda rlrttle srsrer but somehow xanty got rt Dont re C ook leases hrs physrque for a roothall player to James rerrr Hold tha lrne arrres Instea o easrns, hrs 4 as u h re lr nm liyrd ueposrted rtrn e ban for safe lteeptng P ggy lyheeler bestows her unassu nrng pleasant ways to borothy rllrps ,Vulra trange leases her lesson preparatron to I- av Hannum che so hate to leave the rbruyg Store lfessrtt Lolyett leaves hrs abrlrty to swrng your partner to lyoody aylor Iudy Iones bestows her srngrng ahrlrty to A harlotte llavnes lobert Dee t olsert leases hrs plate on the honor roll to Ibavrd son hut really he hates to leave the other one llreuda lmrson leases her love for the lasters to any grrl who rght have a frrend by that name Peggv hood bequeaths het Hetty C rocker Award to some luclty nrot grrl lean Prather and C hatlorte ldwards leaye therr love for -lyratrun adets to anyone else who mrght lrke arrplatres and therr flrers Larry Hughes bestows hrs neatness rn dress to lames ward Iarret Parlow bequeaths her outstandrng plate on the basrtetball am to loarrrre lsrrght although she would really lrlte to play rother eat Ian Ryrd frnally decrded that she would lease her loye forthe Arr shvs-fls12dU1-s Sblllly K0 Linda ROY wrt e te any grrl who was .rnlueky enough to 'raye a boy frrend rn rt Lyerre L wrs hequeaths hrs enthusrasm and lose tor D E to y tsene 'rushart leaves hrs job at yestern Auto to some luelty rumor Lanny aol-erts leases hrs lose lor ells to -lose ortrs srnre s e mrght he lryrng there rn the future :rrry laman lorrrury s tossrroe unwr rrrs, y eft s ahr a es a day on s s 7 Y' 'lt 'H sv- e e senror Flass of 19st-4 rl do lterebv ame K r nnone eset tor of our wrll thrs lstl day of sta v lean Prather and Lharlotte Edwards ,R as a 4 'A i egal Mallets nx yfyf'l'2.'r'fY r W v, e Q , asf-", V ,Q L -, -J V1 - pe' K ' ,Vt re rg ry, on . 5, ' . 2 -I r ' " fy , M1 ' 4' , r ' : A1 y , . 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SENJCR CLASS PROPHECY After serving with the WAC's for ten years after grad- uation, our travels have taken many turns throughout the world, On one of our journeys we have been happy to have learned what each of our beloved claxsmallis of '58 and '59 have accomplished or are striving to accomplish, As we travel through Cape Canaveral, Florida, we find that Robert Dee Colvett is now testing Rockets for the U. S. Government. But we didn't see him for he acci- dentally shut himself in and is now making his first trip into the outer realm of space. After playing Chet, the bartender, in our senior play, Terry Murphy has now opened a Cocktail Lounge tn down- town Miami. He also has a drink named after him called "Murphy's Valentine, " guaranteed to give Heart Failure, Jean Prather, not being able to make up her mind about one or the other of her boy friends, has become a confirmed Old Maid, As a matter-of-fact, she walks the streets of Miami with a sign saying, "Down with Meng it's a Woman's World. " While going through Hollywood, California, we find that some of our classmates have taken up in the exciting city of glamour and many marriages. Eugene Terry has become another Lon Chaney. He's the first "Monster" who doesn't have to use make-up, Brenda Emison and Peggy Wood, it's hard to see why, Two so sweet should be so shy: But your career has made the grade For famous fan-dancers you have made, Joe Uselton's sense of humor has paid off for htm. He's on one of the top Television shows of the day. He tells jokes to all the workmen while they sweep off the stage. ln New York, Ray Randolph has become a psychiatrist. He has many patients each day. But there's one he has a lot of trouble with. He can't figure out whether or not he's crazy. lt's himself. Linda and Kay the stage has called to you, You are two of the chosen few. On Broadway stages they are seen, With mop and broom they scrub and clean. Gene Bushart has a life of ease-Testing Mattresses for Beauty Rest. Julia Strange has gone into deeper fields with her flute. She is known as the "Pied Piper of Broadway. " Joyce Mayfield is a dealer in Diamond Rings. She got her start in High School with that first one she wore on her left hand. As we travel through Chicago, we find that lommy Crossnoe has lived up to his reputation in high school as a dare-devil on wheels, He now delivers groceries on a bicycle. Louva Avery and Eleanor Conley had their dream come true of living in a huge mansion with maids all around them. The only trouble is they're two of them. Stanley Johnson for ten years has played on professional football and basketball teams. He's going to retire next year and coach. This is because he's never played a game. 1 1'1" J 1 Z- ., 2, if 1 f 13" Q A ff W Donnie Locke has also taken the sports world as his career. llc is an important part of the Chicago Beats-- rhe waterhos, I see Jeanette lritte being voted as a cute girl has stayed with her, She was recently voted "Miss Sanitation Department of the Second Floor. " Jimmy Hamilton has now become one of the world's most famous Stock Car Drivers. He got his training in high school. Betty Kenner's love for horses has taken her a long way since high school. She's now Inp stable girl for the king Ranch each year. Charlotte Edwards has followed her boy friend's ca- reer and joined the WAAF's, She now flies jets. As we traveled through West Tennessee, we find that Jere Edward's flabbergasted condition is improved over what it was in high school. He waved to us from the 2nd floor of Western State. In Memphis, Dewitt Colvett has now opened a Dance Studio. He has an awfully lot of customers, although they're mostly girls. Joyce Acor's knowledge of history and politics has finally helped her out. She has become Tennessee's first Lady Governor, Back in good ol' Crockett County, we find that a few of us have stayed on in this wonderful place. Judy Jones now owns half-interest in Laster's Service Station, She also has a lot of little gas pumpers run- ning around. Betty Speer, who never cared for boys in high school, is married and has 10 kids. Jimmy Byrd has finally settled down and become a banker, He just couldn't stay away from that "Cash, " Peggy Wheeler has now taken over the Commercial Department of Alamo High. But she's going to quit pretty soon: those Bookkeeping students are driving her crazy. Gene Lewis' D. E. job certainly has come in handy. He's now selling tires for Goodyear. He's still trying to sell his first one. Max Riddick has now overcome his nervousness to make speeches: he is now making "Stump" speeches throughout Crockett County, We Always knew Larry Hughes' track and running ability would help him in later life. He's now a dog catcher. Lanny Roberts has now taken sole responsibility of the jail at Alamo. He's so good-natured, though, he never has any prisoners. Cecil Riggsbee is now Mayor of Alamo. He got his love for politics debating with Mr. Black in History. And now as we end our journey, we too will take different walks in life, since our military training has been completed. Jan, after returning from a vacation in Alaska, is going into the egg btsiness, raising chickens. Janet has now joined up with Hazel Walker's Arkansas Travelers, after undergoing 15 operations. W it J f f it fy af 2. 'i E g e f J f ...J M fl ' A" t t si 1, gs 1 Y., by F .J S 1 1 v Z1 I: 232: Q' 'A Ill: 'O lv' - ! IL.. II. El I FN l -L- Txlost Cooperative Most Serious Minded Judy 5' Lanny Charlotte 8' Gene JF np Most Determined Ncatest Brenda 8' Jimmy Lam, gl Joyce Most Likely To Succeed Betty R- Robert Dee Best Natured Peggy 84 Gene , 4 1 U 51' f Howe? Q43 vuiee Most Humorous Most Easy Going Linda ci- Cecil Kay 8' 'Ierry .24. I ,W f- U A 1 1 . z ,Jn mjuietest Max els Betty '4-.. X xl. ,V x iugeuc 6 Puggy Juan 64 Jxmmy Louva 8- Jug i ii tr J' x ,,. fricndligst Most Lxlfcablu Eleanor R- Joe DY Best Physique Most Ikpendablc N., 'K f A I N ff 'milf j 1 Bust All A round 5505! iffllcllu' 111113 fpmqy ,fall Li' Slliillpf' .Q5, Enthusiastic Joyce 8: 'I Ommy v uf- . Ltallou L, all Il nog r Mvmwgu ECS I Pursoxialxry ,Tami A 1-412' If :Q 6 SCHCOL DAZE Ll! ,F , f , ,, ' .9 lL A . 'Q' ff"ig1l ' ad ,WS Around Th, Cl q ' C R M P 1' igi flaws ,....J" . Q3 Jerry Kee. ......... . . Tony Reasons . .. Joan Wright , , , Fran Avery , . , , , Woody Taylor ,.,,,, Danny Latnan ,,,, James Hardin ,,,, Mr, Jim rn y Young ,,,, Mr, Ellie Edwards Ll -cl W President , , , ,Vice President Secretary Treasurer , ,Reporter Student Council Student Council Sponsor Sponsor SY 115 if-f ,wean "- xl t n. 5 e ox lo Ie r lx ee er Toni Busliart David Brasfield .Q8, . P71714 L I e ufZ'14'1'f'5 "'wc-is 'Q N Warner Turner ,- Fix ' 'I -. k X , 'S if :kg i XQ Q-.1 -- 'N 095 ti an .- 1-S LI'- 1- Q. 5 gn.-5 O '31,- ....,. .... -Q.. -Q -vw NP P. 1 :WW 55... l , 3. . -X..,-, ..- -V y3.,.. X ,Qs ... "los, ga MW' .., -. Ti? -r J.: L-, rf IX, 4 ?"' N .Q 9-Q as Q' vm' , 1 'Q 15 Q- 'Q-Y .x x 'M E- .-.X ,. ,. H--.2 ..:-Q Y A -My fi... - . W-.. , ..2. T 1-A 1-'-.ug Y--K' N L .... . X nv.-. 7i:'3.:Cf1S, f Ac "V Q P K p Q ,Q B 'N B 1' X 9,-1 rf . -.R -:ah 'R A - ' K N, 'x N 9 x. 4 fv ' ,a 2. - MN V 'Fx x. if xg 1 s-1' A rl! f xi, J, X , X, A I f , r rs ds fl a . i L , ' LQ .Y 7 'iles' - X GC' JNSQIIQ 0 . Y' , ' HMQWQ E N ks X 1 f ,M ajax., mos s UR2NyW zV A f v ,I ' S llirsr Row: Fran Avery, Iefiey Tucker, Joanne Wright, Bradley Gagnon, Ann Dunn, Second Row: Jerry Laman, Gay Hardin, Donald Massey, Linda Cox, Ronald Holt, Third Row: Rebecca Thomas, Danny Laman, linda Shelton, Farrow Crutcliiield, Ruanjacksori, Fourth Row: Adrian Summers, Myrna Lowery .30. P U , x f f' 1' a X ,V X ,,., ,Z 'QQXLQ F ln fond romoinlvrani L of Danny Unison, iw, the senior Class, stil- dent Body, l,E1LLllll.' and Annual :taff of 19554, hereby Lludlaalu this patio of onr annnal to his lllClIlOl'y. llc was one who was greatly ailuniroil and Q. lK'll,'1l. N i..,. li in lnl'. l lm l 'Kill vii 1 li ii 'lull-l ,l L los, lllr il 1 llil fLl'wOllL1lll'.' ilii Ll l l 1l'llll5Nlf,Illil'X 1 s loved by gill, llc will- lx U I 1 ngiifi 1llIl .1 1,1 ci ii 'L lnnsilii ul ingly gang liiniscll' to Q SQQ 42 ......v-....f vx ,, . x.. 1 - Lgaiffamaws NTD wiv- X I ,gf .--1.: ,.44..1'.1'.1:1giLw A -.z'....N:.s.w W-iwm wfw 46 'S +71- 4-v' 5 .', ' - SM ,1 ffl' 4 '3- I 1 A J -:- - ifi 1' Q' C .x 6 ' '- Q'rLI"0. 0 o 0 ,351 Q' 0 o.o.Q JSINI' :- W , . ff .V xx' 5b,..,"4. Mfw- agiffgxffli- n ,, nn.-13'j.gg-b'Wf fi if-il 14, 1,--.f' ff . , ,., A . .f . 6-gf 'w:W2:5-1.1 -'ls' A . ,- : Q V . .. ' iggfp , -", ,f,1-f-..-,r"evk'L"n,1,',:,f..,4:X - 1' V ' , ' , .n --h4.f'.. 4 - 14.4 . 1 n 1Vg'h'I'3,'b "Raw-.'f'a J " '. .GNn!" , .. '5'TQ,255:1Eif?'? fem 4 '9 CLASS OFFICER 7 1 n-es'Q.' I Dwnq Summers... ...PI'CSldL'l1T CI'31g1I.3ITTEl!I ...Woe-President Lixarju Lynn Cwlvctt . . . . . Secretary R Dnn Brinnn . , ,, ,, , , Treasurer Sandra Avery . .. Rkpwrrer Dina Cnnycrs , , ,, ,5tudenlCm1nCil Nanwy Reasons F. BIAPPI . . Spwnswrs ' 5.1155 Dmlsnn r Q , . ,Q 4 ,,, -Q 1 ' , ' ,gf ' - n y., mii..,,T' ,, ,bg ,wg .5 3, . E: j W x 5 "K ,f I inf' ' 2 v if . I x-,,,a 1 W V V .1 h ,ni , an W - Q, V N ew M 3 V A E f"' M4 - ' 5 ' . a 1 13,1 Y I , 1 -,Wa-f 1 L , nt- 341. ,.' - V f ' ' ,- .1-1, Q .5fe:f':fif' a ffzfv ' 1 - -fr.. n bye-ow: . , 1-5:2542 n .. -n sec and .nyela 11, w f 2.'1J T., 1' -- Lfcvfcnanfg A Lfcufrunfx " v34. 441' 3 3 ' N HH . un .nun VI: 53 an nn u nun ur-nn nn--.. X Za wa X 1' 4---4 g . - -,ix , , ' -f 1 '- .. A r "' 'u vo s .Q .. 3' , 'lg 'Ei .X N I 'v F P" X . ox! J W Q 1 Jn X F- , ' 1 , - mv! 4+ " , Q, QQMQQQJ'-, 1 as '31 v XX xg -, tm, X I , A L 5 , I A , " is , 5 -.1 . 5 ' 'J " .,.,1 4 K I y J I ,L " sf A . - a .S v ' ji - ' ' 1 - , , C ' M, N , 1 I ' ',v t N - . Q , ff I , " , .. ,. , J , ' ' ' Q . if ' il 1 'f ' . , ,f'v2fzi.:z, ..'::ff'h .f . , -- J I , , - - ' First Row: Brenda Randolph, Larry Coleman, Darty Baxter, Franklin Phillips, Dinah Conyers, Gene Yearwood, Second Row: Weldon Hart, Mary Lynn Colvett, Larry Brasfield, Ann McGarrity, Bobby Laman, Ernestine Lewis, Third Row: Jeanette Carter, John Forsythe, Jeanette Jones, Danny Avery, Hedy Eason, C. L. Millard, Fourth Row: Earl Avery, Ruth Kail, Gayle Allen, Soundra Avery, Jimmy Emison, Inetti Rice, e 1 fi 'Z " rx SCEES: OL Z..-E -v gl f"'f'30. 1.4 -E-60' g J ' " or -f vf x fa Q QQ ' .. -3 f'i?t?1tvf - if -S Q, sz Z kg 5 w-.321 -V I IA 1 'lx N , ' iv x ?f ' ' ' , , - lm! Lt ui-enum Q.-J 4,--'wh f 9 5 Q - I9 4, 1 if .36. gif-iffz A ,. 'mrgs A' l A f' ,' - 'A' 'IW' f Lgeu+enavd's CLASS OF 7967 57lVf7l'S - 4 s N MQAFJP5 yi' 31 ,A ax ,Q, k.' A ' C if 'fm L . 1 A""1-H' tv' hfimen -1, A1111 Alice Thomas Emily Emison Danny Perry , , Delma Colverr David Eason, , Mr, Harrison .. ...- . ,N Sgr q ga.,11..+5 Mr, Wolfe . , , C' 'H' In 1, 1 1 ,111 w 1 - ' ,fl v' 1 J if 1553121 W II 111 Ill W1 AD'1N'fl11.L W.. .I "1 'A 'X fx Us ,an N'-. I I I -.ffl 44 341 a - ' 511-17 ,J .AA,.AA Ji? F L11 ww 3 .f- ahhf .xu ancyfin CLASS OF 1962 SNHPS if 4 Y, 4 as H , ' .ff LFQQ ' ffgwWSNsXXX5"1 - -s .nky 1 A S I 7 1 xxx YL VSV- -F K zmjjv ' 5 ng! 31 X ,..-ug ' 1 4 F N7 ' ' P jp , 4 EX X 1' 1: ' X K X Q X . ' U1 3 X 1 1 V, ' A - 7 Z l 5 'QL X 1 if N X A. I- f 5 W - ' A . A WWQJUQKXMZN n-1-1-+ L. M Aw.. X1-'19 r 4.22 f I 43? -N L4 . th L .,. QQ' NR' I . I9 - A ,, fx '- Q 2? 1-5 rf ,nw-in W c I " ' 'NY QYPOY4 S -Q' .E L-'ia ,- V 1 'ff 5 -if 5, -f 1 . f "Ugg: 1 N- wwigmmfghiga ' W 2 ' : A ,S V 1 V .. ' A- 94 A Q . , A-ullmw M 35223 y quid f 1, Ulitmvf-,rf - ' CQYP ofa. 3 VJMJB w . ' AW " fi, 3, Ziyi viii' - 41.22633 47 f .M Ha va, ffqfmswf , Vila- 2-A ll- Wliha, ga' ' , 2 952 'W ?f1'.QfH'LZB'H' ' iamvma-an ?ie5!!4f'f .Wag ilmilll ' - ' A"A P Baia nallnuutwu JI-, 3. , 11:1 .. MWMIFWW v I 5 J' , . I A A Q 1 'Q' f -95 - A 1 LU . ,-,Lv A ,. 'A V X 1""3' " All! M--' ull" A - ' if V ' gn M L "-""--' Mais! V, ' I s !-1131 "f R4 mm rs far? Lurtrell EIGHTH GRADE OF F IC R 6 . ' , DiEtl1CVHUficf . . . PYCSKICIN , 4 A Q Steve: Xvuri: . . . . Vice-Prus1d1:m W 3 59 H V 0 smmf 'I-m1:.a, .. Sefrerarv A ? - ,l,, .N . larry Griffin . 'lrcasurer ' A , t 3 -Z 310111. :iamcs ...RFQWFYCY f ug ' '5 ' ff, Budd-, ,mark ,, Stud-eu' fivuncil ' -- 1 . 'fm - ' 1 J Q 4 f " Q. 1 'N ,xt t- ' 4, N.-4 N H1 lux N x :ffl ' " f"f - , J, Q ,, J- 3 X Q f ,- 'ff ' Y 1' , 1 ' , f b IVIM I 49-I-F I fi fl : Ii! Vg , , , QL . - SL' , 1 Q " N, ' " " f 4 vw ' t -: . x A , - - . ,X . X .Na vw . 1 W 2 ' ' ' ' '4 A' . X X Q, XQ-fi ,- X , x 4, bxvf, In 1 -. nf . 5.1 I N-5? ' ' : - , L ,sf I 'V I f . 11. - . , w 't . x fkiTSI iv-w: Iam' Uumiurs-11, Yiuidz vt. T.f3r"3r1'E'...111c' 'x'Zl 4:2 flfrvzllf, Vllvl ','15'ulIa'-v, I3wa','n'f av- gr, Z ' ' ' rw Surw ..J wmv: fHa:t1:j,' I' rrur, Tier: Fatt: '-.V Art E' E712 I. we ?1ar'a'a '-Laisxxgi, Hill: Fiar QQ, vaisx' Trim, 9 I ' ' ' ' ' CM OI. ' V533 .44. In Q, if LV Ns, I 'ii -Z xt, CQY mra.lS H1-1 Frrst Row Robert Thomas, aadre apraggrns, Bobbx Ward, Iudx Harnrlron, Don Thompson, Nancy Hughes. beqond Qgw igfenda Hughes, 'xlolly Rarnes, Itmmx Wrllrams, Nlancx Rrggrns, Garx Mathts. Thrrd Row Ronald Kenner, Racheal Xlrller, welra Tlnornpson, Donald Thacker, Bettx Hugtes, James Le Fourth Rom Jackre Grrffrn, Evalxn Hopper, Levre Borderb, Lrnda Bolrng, Charle, Roberts, Drane Hopper, F1'th Row Dora aheppard, Donald Kenner, Bobby George, Katherrne Graxes, Ferrrs Morrrs, -Xrny Webb, 45 ll 4 'N' 7, s ' X w ,v I - f' -l ut s, ' 1 f P 0,5457 W rwx ,V rf of ' J." 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' VA ' 3 V5 . li' is N -'N ' A ' I 1 .. '- L 1' "f ' - A ' 1: K 3 " K ,lf ' M 1 f M' he ' L ' f i 3 all ' F ' -X 3 ' f Il s r" ssl fx. A I ' I I lxflixzx :L l.'. 1 QR X W V' . , , 5 IP- 'W V 'N' x ' El all 'ff 3' . . V L -4: Q if xl? 'L 'Q-5, r 1 V' N or ' H P43-f PM l 1 fi- ?n ,rx f , V 1 L'-' f- uhh? if : Je M 2 "FA n - - - H-Q L V f Q is , V .r B 4. X yi V, J ig. 5 so , ' if U . l ffx Sf . 1 N jf"tg"lq,:1 2 if' I Xfg ' 'zfaffv 49 abr Lin 'p-Q l!!,., f-. fZr 1 Q" ' 5. mmf . 0 ' 1 gr h 'fil- N-rbg' !F'W .xl I Q President Vice- President Secretary Treasurer Student Council Sponsors C . an I 'P S. 1 U , I 15 ,M - wx wx 3 it-T' , S will IJ xl Y iff! P f- ' t Q if Sa- A First Row Mary Io Avery Wayne Brown Mildred Tucker William Boswell, Ollie Dell Morris Bobby Cowan, Second Row Ronnie Boone Guinn Faulkner Orvie Burlison Mary Kilgo, Tommy Porter Richard Nolen, iq-EL Yafi it ' if ja br 2-sm ff' W AN Q i X- I W9 .5 fi Pl-C. F'vwa+es -LL ...Q .III .J second Row Patsy Cox Gary Taylor Kathy Porter Johnny Tucker Peggy H111 Crarg Spellrngs Thrrd Row Ros coe Green Rodney Turner Ruth McDonald Gerald Hughes auzanne Nloore Fourth Rov. Patrrcla Boswell Davrd Reasons Patrrcla Vernon Gerald Tracy Elrzabeth brnallwood Benn1ellrlL Frfth Row Tommy arrange Carol Putman Par Overton sandra Rrce Dorrs Bell lmslrut 49 I ' 5 M y , K .- 4 A X. g , Y t - 4 'I ' I A , '. - ' ' 57: " 127: 7 ' it z' Y-. .V 1. l A , gn 1 ,- v. 'I' 'Q v K 'Y -rt I' ' ? l l ' s ' v A X .i ,. Q y 1' , f' ff? 'fs W 'lr - S. r . Nye, nfl' ,, fi: as , . . Y K . ,, 1-Q 3 if N . s E? l f at In ' ,. , xr ' 1 LM . 55 l I 'Q . N 'US ' ' 1 f ,J 5 I , lx I .. f s 1 ' . at My 0 U 1 , 1 z :,l s ki 1 -L - .l ,vo- 4 l al. ""'tf 1 X 5 it l fs, W' We-L f . ei A , mi 5. 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Martha Neal Warren Fran Avery .....,.. Angela Hendrix ,,,, Mrs, Mark Luttrell ,, President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Historian Parliamentarian Reporter Song Leader Pianist Spnnsnr .rw el' ' '-1 H- an Qtr FUTURE ,Q A lf, , HOMEMAKERS L ! rd-xlsrhfq I Ls i f U J' if AMERICA 0 rw O rw Lgua Q A " KADJELA in--W I 1. , ,. .., Q9 yWf4Keff2'5 if E CHEERLEADERS '30 1 ,A Af' N. . 9 A 1231 A Q' J' I Elf WK! ,W N I! g In L Yr xx P 5, 41 N, A 1 Suu! jlam EH sr ' F f X1 . A r X ,I ,, If m,g.n' d,-I -JQJA-QQ? -H 10911 P 'Fr' , kv ' 'VHS Jig . ., "fiiLL'f.J T f f ,ffm id If .xl if '15"", VK' ,051- '4-. -12' A ml!!! CS' ,L Frrst Row Ann Dunn Ruan Jackson Pookre Acor hnda Eason Betty 4enner Srenda Randolph, Jan Byrd, Charlotte Edwards, Janet Parlow, Jean Prather, Ian- ice Harrell, Standing: Martha Neal Warren, Manager: Coach Young, Hedy Eason. 1 Zh oi ff? .lf .g3. Efijf .L U 'if X 7 VE jf! . 5' ' !- 1959 ,,1-.1.-1- 8 , IW Coach. 1 959 . - v7 QQ? Sen 1'oYS g4. SQYLQOYS x YW' 74 Ox , oral Poixits Sgorqg Iotai Pcims euo':Q fetal EOIZHS Spark X' 1-'Q F- .g5. 31 . 'E'W ' ,V 4+ A.-L+, f 537' " ' 'Vinum' 2 'fw I 5950 in ,Z L4 F fin DCV1 iw Gwoep 07x QL Devils Goa C ff --G 1 gif 1 . . . V: 1 I , T5 I kg if , ., H I :7,f ' . ' M , 'I A ' ! 1 1 ' 1 1 I I f'f.:':'Q i. M. 'Y 53, Qi ' 35 . Y 551 F ', E. E- 16 1 , x. 1 X 5 ' X i-vu! I Wikia VARSITY 1958 F A :?-2 12412 W, -fv- OOTBALL 1958 TEAM AV ,i . V , , . gs., I I , , li ' .ILA n .2 K I WWI 6324 ff. ml I HB1 43?-ff 715' ' '46 1 4. .M ', , 1 H EE A 'ff K W, -'ff A f, 1 ffnlfm fa -'Q mia 'lp JYJYII' .. M2552 ,f - 5533 f IM 0455 , ie 9' i puff? AW. p , 500 X ' 3 'yd' 5 X B91 x nf 3 fx 1' m I 'P K l F ' I 51' , C, h I ai ' gf? i p v'KQ - xx X, , 1 1 , as , f' , 3 1 ' O ' , inn 5 , v- 1 , v ,' 1 0 ' '- - Q fi 11, . ' ' .Senior onyx, I9 - 19 C Sfanfe J Sc O YE b ca 68 C9 g 'lha Alazno Rad lbwils Football ' luazn won Q and lost 'T this season. 'lnelve lettfrmcn are returning Q for coaches Lambert and Black for W on lluxl ical. The following bcniors are bidding 7 .1 ,I , A 0' ' 'X - .llazno ?51El15OodhYu: Donniq Loom, 8 7 W ' llfiffvi. Byrd, and Sianlq' Johnson, 0 u- A ' L lhi wiior Class of 'Sf' wishes Lo 'O my' Mg - A A - .K ' xi 1 xiitorious ssason n car ' I i . ,, Q i ww, K ' aw ,s' 1 x 6. A .43 " 1 Lf? A ,' 5 4 v,'fq ' - Af 'X ' H0141- W 'W , . WH: fi M, 59:1 sa-F . .A ,Q A-Amin Y A wwe-MM .. hm in !w..wfmg,ng?g., Pvc-. I A 'T' . , ,,. A ,IA 1 24.3, , Vit 5, -Mir N 1 Ai ur A , , ' f ' , ,Q W 'At' --'ws . ,,,,,'A.-Y N, "W 4 + 5 A W T328 W - mf V'-'-I ' yi..'9'A M- 'vw ., AV ' K f ,VA . 1 3,1 A ,MAMA Wafzaluunw- J ,Sf '. "V ' 'J ,, f A ' v If fa- A V , I-sg ,,,,.,fg'2 'I 5 'ff Rf'-an-L V Tk '3?,"Ud ' if! ' "5 ,, 'M' 1l"l-wm- ' fini' sv ' . m""""""'f""'M ,5 " ' A 5 ff :nf I " "Wilma 51 - f 1 QW-mm , . fy ' 1 5 A I LMI I 4 -4 I me tw in A Gu ded .,,- ' "..' ' I Afjvz'-PM-st A me 1 'Wi 'mv "sm ug. I ' .,495,. 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Bust Blonkpr DONN1h COOrxh DX CHI C HXRTER Iionorarx Laptalu Bust hu der iw-i in 1 WH! 1 1 WMIMKIH JM 1lY.amwE1'sf?a f K xc ani MW C82 will Dail il Sli '11 in Q n3S'...."' 3569171 if an. 'Q Tgf Su- N .,i4,bv4 14" 'A A S 'G 4. 9 'X dv f A one Pass 92 Guwlcd M055 Ig,5 coHcH LHMBEIZT JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL - X A . 1 G' :Q 'f ' 5 O x I 4 '- ' V .G O W fi? W4 u, ff, ix I - aj " A, ,J ' Q O 'D' ' nov- . 5 o e .......... . . . . . . . - . N n.n'n'.'o'e.u.a.-uf... 11 ........ . . vt. . K l.l.O.l. . . ..' ' lol l.l.l ..'.U.l I l'lCl'Ull.l.l . . . . . . . . . . ' 5 U O I 0 Q 5.4: '.'.'.'. . Q .'.'.'.'.' 35, '.'.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.'.' . 93 . COHCI-I HL ck Af .,4,,,fw 14 I aff? F0823 My ,A 1, , iz? V Y N - I AQ! V if Q? E Y .Ax , i ' '75 s, " J1 I W 122 -fs I in ww , in Ma n an as YY fn, ff 1 .., 1'lb 1 I e Y z N QW xy Q . nf' '. 1 3 .Q ., W2 X r' gf, 71' 9 ff' ' vs '2 e-T 1 av' HONOR S 1959 . .:.,,.,,.. ,1. L, ls 's 3 li' h 4- 1 'H-.. 5 U4 I Lum, ,.. ?2F"."':,. - , . Z 'W ' YSL. IITTI ' X' Ai' ing, H 1 N1 1D can Mp, usa 'IQ 'V E11 2 U . 1 , Lf QL. r 'Q ', nf. 'Sf 1 N 111 illllg 111 1 1111 b S 11 1111 Fla 1, '1 11111 .rX1,1111m1 ..- 159 I J '49, , , 4,55 fi: if . E I :gf P- C XJ '95 r...,- L ' 7 1' 1 4 ' 1 v PAfNX 39 Q 'Q "if --r--' , yfafzfexlfzkfby THE GIIIID SPORT The good sport backs the team with cheers And not with criticizing sneer: FORD MOTOR COMPANY A J maker Manager RAY WORRELL MEN S SHOP C0mP11mentS Van Heusen Shlrts When she opened those ruby lips she spoke pure Jarman Shoes Wembley T1es Crockett County's Most Complete Store For Men spearmint. Alamo , Tenn SRX-W HUNTS ANIMAL CLINIC ALAMO TENNESSEE Jean Prather I could have mar 5 U ned anyone I pleased 'W' Ianet Parlow 'Why aren t you Q married? Jean I never pleased anyone Ad2 HARRISON S DEPARTMENT STORE Teacher Why do we use soap? Tommy Strange That s what I d like to know lNSTI'I'UTIONAL FO0DS SUPPLIES She was a decided blond Phone 2 4561 DISTRIBUTOR OF COMMUNITY CLUB BRAND she decided only recently Jackson Tenn I. X ffl IKX N Ifgnhrs 'I' mi PHONE 250 110 Wilson Ave. - P. 0. Box 411 N F., I1 , JI ' D I H ' L A 'jf , , . ' . IRT?-VE: Yours For Better Llvmg , I Through Low Cost Electrlclty ' i Your Electrxc Cooperatwe ,bl 'WM-fm "" ' 311 Jere E. This new after-shave lotion drives the girls crazy. It smells like a new car. .Nl t . . .. V ' 5 T 'f a u S 9 . . YD' s I 5 H ' ' H I L, u n ffffffl ll l U-Tote-Em Super Marker Groceries - Meats Fresh Fruits Vegetables Frozen Food Lockers Self Servlce Phone 43 I m going to m1ss my wife She made good soup said Donny Drunk Ill-UL 'lb Ofl In Bottles JACKSON TENNESSEE Thzret, too, seeks qualuy Cecil Last night I dreamed I died Joe And the heat woke you up? Through the Courtesy PEOPLES BANK M mber of F D I C DEFINITIONS from ex1m1n1uon pa pers ln Hoban Hex hts Pcnnswlxama -X blizzard IS the Inside of 1 fowl a goblet 15 a m'1le turkey par1fFn IS the next order of an els abose the sera phlm Ad3 - '. I 1 Of e .... Iloners Wh Compllments JONES GREEN HOUSE ot Plants Vegetable Plants Bells Street Phone 18 en You Think of Flowers Think of Ours! People, like mules, are sometimes N of 9 P backward about going forward. Ausrm uuv ffl n GIN C0 J D Lilly Manager ALAMO TENNESSEE PHONE 171 COTTON FROM BOLL TO BALE When a fellow sings his own praises he is llkely to get it pitched too hxgh FORD TRACTOR COMPANY People are always upset when their T R A C T 0 R money bag is upset BEST IN FARM EQUIPMENT u ull 5145-.. I INK? 'N---n QARM EQUIPMENT PIanter's Gm PHONE ISO Wx-Q. c H CONLEY E T LAMAN 'sd II takes 3 1011 of l'l0rSE SCIISC A person wrapped up in himself to maintain a stable govemment makgg 3 small package Ad4 ' . V. " f ' O l E ff ' Q. 'll-wus-gg.. -. C 5. . . , . ' ww., , . ., A . , . . --N I - 4,,,,.' M A if 'Q V V , " - Y ,O ' , , r Y Q85 ,. , A . ,QW Jag 'QA u , , as ,Y f - . A J- " " ' .' 'JN-t - f ' 0 0 ' ' , nv-, f , f 4-V '7'g.- ,, . CO1IPLIllE N TS WINTER GARDEN FREEZER BELLS TENNESSEE Kay Matheney I d suggest you buy these slurts S1r They re sl1ghtly more expenslve but they do laugh at launderrng Customer Yes I know The last two I bought srmply splrt the1r srdes Alamo Dalry Queen Sandw1ches Cones Milk Shakes Orange Slush Cokes Banana Spllts ll Ill L Phone 242 R Compl lments of H B NANCE Daffymshion Bargarn A transaction where each party thinks he has outsmarted the other Ad5 RUNK FUNERM HUME A Complete Modern Mortuary Telephone 5 Alamo Tennessee Daffynishlon Sewing Crrcle A place women needle each other CROCKETT PUBLIC UTILITY GAS DISTRICT Gas D1str1butors Harvey Haynes, Mgr Telephone 91 The fool that used to blow out the gas now steps on rt. where A.Av . n 0 ' - 1 - - . , . . , . . 0 . Tmi receipt' mulls for one cup of uf- ' fu 'f ill' sugar. - , - - 0 0 I I I I 1 nurrs , JEWELRY Diamonds Watches China Crystal Silver Ihr polmml parm to which Thomas 6-Har n bcl xngcd m as the Boston Tea P Phclnll mcredg uuwonn Y 'UU Alamo Tenn un' Compltments owl A lot of Sunday School teachers haven t any class JAMES B NANCE INSURANCE PHONE 144 ALAMo TENNESSEE Xi? -is 'Y ALAMO FLOWER SHOP PRINTINW 7121 When you need flowers, thlnk of ours THE CROCKETT TIMES f l Mas v1oLET COLTRAIN '-.1 cnocluzrr couN'rY sEN'nNE1 ffl, t No wonder the world s asleep 'rm coUNTY NEWS f Q I mth so much bunk 'Egg 1 'Q 7 5 There is nothing like wisdom wo, pmwsnril on 6 5 Uan however silence is a very good Llollinluwl dm .Ify0fl iff Substitute l .I ,qv Phone 28 Chalrman faddresslng a meeungj I am sure we wlll all be very sorry our secretary IS not here to mght. I cannot say we m1ss IS vacant cha1r but I do say we m1ss 15 vacant face COMPLIMENTS SOUTHERN TEXTILES INC FOUNDATION GARMENT MANUFACTURERS A lot of money is tainted: 'taint mine, I . I I ALAMO TENNESSEE taint yours but t1s God s Ad6 X , , ,- , Y i COMPLI MENTS Frlendshlp Telephone Company Eve invented the walking stick when she presented Adam with a little Cain ALAMO JEWELRY C0 Crystal Chma Silverware Watches Diamonds Crockett County Gxft Headquarters Presldential timber is mostly bark Phone 77 Anleen Hull COMPLI MENTS J B AVERY SR J B AVERY JR ALAMO TENN Some folks hate evil but have no love for the good IRVINE DRUG CO T ePrescr:phon Store LW K 1 Th ALAMO TENNESSEE 1 g Phone 40 RU It ts vain to use words when deeds are expected Ad7 COMPLIIVIENTS JERMAN AND JERMAN LAWYERS ALAMO TENNESSEE Peggy Let me chew your gum Lanny Which one upper or lower? Compliments J ERREL E REASONS The new skirts are tight but the women can t kick Compliments Harry Fewell BUS SERVICE Alamo, Tenn It is always easy to thumb a ride on the road to ruin OF . . ,'--M Nl I of OF . ' ' ' ' County Court Clerk X 4' Of h - - gl J. H. amos, Owner 4 I Congratulations BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN S CLUB Prosperity often goes no the head more than to the heart. Compliments WONDER BREAD HOSTESS CAKES A great many prominent family trees were started by grafting Compllments WENDELL H AVERY Trustee Alamo Tennessee Stanley What is that I smell? DeW1tt That s fertilizer Stanley Oh for the land s sake! COMPLI MENTS ALAMO BARBER SHOP F! 15"-4 CATES SOUTH SIDE OF TOWN ll 5 It is always easy to thumb a the road to ruin r1de on L Ad 8 MUURS IJRY CLEANERS Where Quality Tells Alamo Tennessee Phone 30 A volt is a place where people are buried. U H ' if r Compliments gx 'Wal colonial smug Co 3 4 Jackson, Tenn Promlses are Just about as dependable as the man who makes them Comp11ments ALAMO MEAT MARKET Frank Ka11 Phone 2 A lady is a woman who makes xt easy for a man to be a gentleman FAIRCLOTH S STUDIO ' Speclalty 1n POrtFa1t Photography Alamo Tennessee Ted Don t worry this picture w1ll do you Jusnce Emma Joan I don t want Justice I want mercy! j 1 Of K Q , Of 6' 0 0 G 1 X s Of of Q. D OF Q ' , ' A .I i ffl Child, and Flash ' 4 . f in Q I 1 ln IIA J Zvi if tgjl' iw ' jv I- u g " ' ' 'I' XX . - .H For when the ONE great scorer comes to write against your name He Wfltes not whether you won or lost, but how you played the game NLQNIITX K IIIN at L it rn 1 slu umlcrsmm it COMPLIMENTS lu ol 0 M0 ku J Mawr MABAKOFMAWJ l lil ll!! I Nlr Lemond What tense would you be using if you Sald I have money? Ray Pretense L 1 IL MBER or-' F D mit urn H mmu Cs W L Comp T C Boone Owners Everyfhmg for Home 8' Farm Judy J Did she make him a good wife? Betty S Not exactly but she s making him a good husband RUNKS VARIEIY SRJRE He named his child Vlontgomery Ward because it was of the 'viale order. School Supplies an General Merchandise RRNKS HARDWARE STORE The world has too many cranks and not enough self starters Hardware Home Appliances all Sporting Goods Alamo Tenn eihne FUR ITURE RONK FURNITURE COMPANY T ee Museum Guide This chair woes back to Louis XVI. Alamo enness Jimmy Byrd That s nothing. Our fumiture goes back to Montgomery Ward the 15th. " Ad 9 3 JOHNSON GROVE GIN CO xl Pat Hughes Owner Best Turn Out 8: Samples In The County Slgn in Crockett Times Egg Laying Contest Won by Alamo Man f 1 7-'T' lx 1 Nl Alamo, Tenn Route 2 Mr Edwards Who here was so rude as no laugh out loud? Robert Dee It was an accident slr I laughed up my sleeve and there s a hole in the elbow Z ffwfmhfg MRS BED F GCIDSMANN 1 'ff .mwnzn L omlevan 54 MII TJ aztts rr-:NN A I If I 7 Steve Avery Ma you know the rin I. IM ,mem Nos Hors S ' ' I had around my neck? Daffynishion Hotel A place where teve Mrs. Avery Yes you pay dollars for quarters Comphments Of R. A Byrd Implement Co Ol' JOHN DEERE Sales 6 Service Phone Alamo Tenn Fran Avery Daffynishion Dleting 'hiumph of m1nd over platter Jackson Well it s around the bathtub now EAST BARBER Sll0P i Your Good Appearance Our Busmess Daffynishion Gold digger Ahuman 1 Bells The Moore Sfudzo PICTORIAL HOME OF THE CO ED Daffynishion Walkie Talkie Two women out for a stroll A Studio Of Dl8tll!Ctl0!l Offenng Always The Latest and Best Achievements Of Photo-Graphlc Arts Ad 10 gimme pig Tenn 1103 N, cs. Tenn xg 'I . X l ,X 5 5 E E E , . 5 X, J 3 - n I l X 1 s I A . fy' 5.0 ' Ano FUONERA 5 .1 V'AW"g 11" 'llx v ' X Ql l ' Y 7 ' sl: ll B- My ' B f.,LlgfH'1l A3 . ,, of 1 + 'I l ' ' A my - u l .- T"f.'li'Q'o5f'?II5" . - .N : - S : so , I I n a '7 ' ' F 'A' 1 . A ' ll A s' T ' lc.....,v..... - V al A L'Zf'Q"jI! . A N . ' ' : ' ' W '- . . .I I z ' ' ' flqm - ' 6 V' X U . . . E 3 Compl1ments E 5 Compliments , 2 S x of Q of we ' s E H SdHsEl5L Alamo Tennessee SERVICE STATION FRANCES' BEAUTY SHOPPE xl . . 1 They carried Geiger-counter to map out the cosmic rays which are fatal to man' Prosperity often goes to the head more than to the heart. Alamo Tennessee City of Alamo Water and Sewer Department 'XJ' Gene Lewis recited his favonte poem There was a young girl named O Neil Who went up in the great Ferris Wheel But when half way around She looked at the ground And it cost her an eighty cent meal lYNN COLVETT Grocenes cmd Feed snip ' """' PHONE 25 DURINA fH0W5 gQ..l.l 'uf' Mrs M1riam Colvett English is compulsory in h1gh school so that students will graduate knowing a language other than their own Alamo Tennessee NEAL WARREN Phone 261 Daffynishlon Bore A person who keeps you from being lonely but usually makes you wish you were CONIPLIMENTS THE BEE HIVE HOIEY LADIES' MeN's CHILDREN'S ReAov TO weAR ALAMO -rermessee A pedxment is the opposite of impediment .J Ad 11 'Q If 1 , 4 1 , . 1 We 6 Q53 OF O 2 I 0 I I 'I I I s . 9 I I .-f-- 1 - J .O. .ll 'v.":. T Q t fix I I .. ., - ny xl -if lx! I I , Cgmpllmentg WEST TENNESSEE BUSINESS COLLEGE INC A word of advice don t give it HUGHES GULF Tultion Payable Monthly Complete Business Courses No Contract to Sign , ,!,, Fully Accred1ted Buslness College Alamo L n Tenn Jackson Tennessee Daffynishion Nursery a bawl park Joe I live by the lake drop in anyume Compliments of EDWARDS SINCLAIR THOMPSON S RADIO AND T V SHOP elevision Radio with eyestrain Gas Od Tue and Tubes Washing Lubrlcatxon Day Phone 93 Nlte Phone 262 It takes a lot of horse sense to A new dance is called the horse trot maintain a stable government because It has a llttle wagon behind 24 Hour Road Service Gene B Why did you leave your last positron? Jimmy H Illness The boss got sick of me Mr Edwards Can you give me an example of wasted energy? Douglas S Yes slr Telling a ha1r raismg story to a bald headed man ALAMO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Alamo Tennessee Ad 12 W C Culllpher 8: Son Dnstnbutors HARVEYS F009 CENTER ? GULF OIL PRODUCTS GULFTANE LP GAS BUTANE 8: PROPANE TIRES BATTERIES -Q ACCESSORIES A certain little girl tells us that she has been spanked as far back as she can remember PHONE 41 ALAMO TENN A certain lxttle girl tells us that she has been spanked as far back as she can remember fN Fancy Meats In Nlkxjgilk Staple Groceries -1' The most dangerous curve in a man s arm Alamo Tenn Compl iments CATES DRUG STORE Speaking of city traffic there are two things you can be sure of in this whirl death and taxis 'P ur Alamo Tenn Compliments TRl'l'l' GKOCERY The favorite flower of today rs the cloverleaf Phone Alamo Tenn coMPL.lMsN1's or CO OP OIL COMPANY JONES WARREN DISTRIBUTOR Al-AMO TENNESSEE A srgn over a dxsplay of baby chicks Cheepers by the dozen PHONE 7' Ad 13 Q o 0 , I I ? . . ff! '-s C . l d X 1 .Z I I a Y U 1 In N n . of If I L -L I - 1 'k'4'A'o ' T: Ftlfivliv - 1 I V I , ' ' , l iw of l 7 143 Compliments DR E O PRATHER JR Etiquette Learmng to yawn with your mouth open DI PEPPEI Max R. Shine yer boots su? Mr Lemond Mr Lemond No Itellyoul Max R. Coward! ALAMO FASHION SHOPPE LADIES READY 'ro WEAR MRS G E CATES OWNER PHONE 104 ALAMO TENN Qsdb A tea party Giggle N 5 J Gabble- Gobble on Be 1 1 S frosfq man Compliments DR H E MCDANIEL I ve got a nooth that is driving me to extraction Prcnic Upon this theme I ll briefly touch Too far To go To eat Too much frosfq' Max R. Shme em so s yer can see yer face in em? Compllments QNX HARRY W I SE Tennessee Walter thls coffee 15 sheer mud take lt away Sorry slr but II was only ground th1s mormng S, On A Date DMRY' 1 Ray R. Julia how about a little kiss? Julia I don t kiss on the first date E I D 6 S T Ray How about the last? 3 Z GOLDEN HUYAL if DAIIY PIODUCTS ITIIDUJEST DHIRY PRODUCTS CORPORHTIOH 116 Allen Avenue Jackson Tennessee Ad 14 of of V ' I l n 1 I ' . : "N0." . ' 5 . 5 .9 " N : ' . 5, .' I E . - . , ' ' X' . W XI I I . X I lu .. PX I 'rag XX -TK rx :' ' ' 5 f -- - -- L l ill X ,, , . : . . . IQ, . z nn ' W In I f Friendship Seed ond Implement Company Purlna Chows Fleld Seeds i , Feed Gr1nd1ng M1x1ng Corn Shelllng om., FAR pumup. rn for Sale at A11 Tlmes E M fuowS aU'PMf1vr -' e I 'HW R J WE CH Phone OR 7 2758 Mr Lemond I think children in a home brighten it up Cecil Riggsbee Yes they almost never turn out the lights How far is it to the next town? Nearly five miles as the crow flies Well how far is It if the crow has to walk and carry an empty gasoline can? COMPANY Inc Motorist Tony R. Motorist UUTANE PROPANE GAS SYSTEMS AND APPLIANCES FOR COOKING HEATING HOT WATER REFRIGERATION BELLS TENNESSEE Phone No 3 2141 YOUNGSTOWN KITQHENS A Bdbj GUS' II PH 171 fl ery Bdfk Yllld Compllments Crockett Co Farm Bureau il When they k1ss and make up T She gets the kiss and he gets the make up tab, aww' mfg K Mfr Neck is rapidly becoming the favorite piece of chicken GRABERS DEPARTMENT STORE COIHP1 lmenfs 107 Market Street Jackson Tennessee WADE CLIMER GROCERY Clothlng Shoes P1ece Goods ,f Household Goods The world has too many cranks and not Press agent A man who hitches h1s enough self starters braggin to a star Ad 15 I O i l I I 9 I I L,-Cygu, . . - . . . . v- 'I ' .1 I. HC . .. O I I- "?f.,,,,f . . L - x58-I, - l :N ll 'I' ll : , . : " , ' , u - I I l . ' 5 P,O.Bo129e , ' , of 5 . ,. -'V I I :hs ' o I 4,1 - , . x If , sv, Q 7 gf, 'F at I : -- fi ' 3 V .pf X I 3 1 I l is of 7 2 -f ' 'I . ' t- I , "N f I Qi I A I I' 1 1,11 ' n ' . CITY CAFE FINE FOODS Compllments Ufl FRIENDLYSERVICE FARMERS GIN STORE E B and Cordye McLean ' Courfesy and Servrce Supreme FARMERS GIN COMPANY PHONE 154 Ralsln A worried grape 1 FARMERS GIN SEED MEAL , Bells Tennessee GREER S TAXI SERVICE Comm ments COMPL IMENTS Her face is her fortune A f 0 n, 5 f Boy s S op 300 East Maln Street Jackson Tennessee Classes Seventh Grade Elghth Grade Freshmen Class Sophomore Class Jun1or Class Senlor Class Qlubs Beta Club D E C b 4 H Club Future Teachers Paper Staff and tt runs into a nice figure Trp Hover charge Band COMPL IMENTS is Q ' A 1 SA X an Updating an 0ld1e Mark new n, Knock now.. Tgygfee Bfegd Women 'never count the cost When they hear a bargam s call It"a better to have shoved and lost Than never to have shoved at all Steve Avery to his father Putonyournewspaceboniat wilthesoundequspmentonst Wlufelhatchwpanatomtothecluy Thivughtheimdeblseyonder .Bylicpitermfllwander Oll0trUraI-nuaweddmgday Here s my report card and an old one of yours I found in the attic when a man has a bmhday he takes COMPL IMENTS Pardon me for coughing I feel a little a day off but a woman takes 3 year off husky after sleeplng in the com crib last night Bank of Friendship 3 X X 4' emberofFDI NV!! f' N Frlendshlp Tennessee Well bless my wool said the ram as he plunged over the cliff I didn t see that ewe tum Ad 16 SN . ' 1 d al . f lla 1 n I N x -L. " . of - Ao" A , . . . 11.1 zz..--,2f5'X W - '-E, ' , F, F. A. " h ' F. H. A. . l , 9 ' - I A rl S . , IP' 5 S 4 veg. OF of ,avi ' ' OF . I I I XX A X sf- X , M . . . C. R ' ' I i - N N 11 -, KX' 1 ' X I Q ' ' , Y N -T Compllments BELLS RZ MA A Congratulatlons INSTITUTIONAL FOODS cv-1 .KP If' Jackson Tenn Astrologer He wants to read your meteor Compllments 5 BOOTH GIN CO 5 T Crockett M1115 Tenn Nm I EFB00hHDLn Owners Recruit A person who IS disnnguishable from a civilian by his uniform and a soldier by his galt qt wi X Compllments Q. 'W-Qs DAVID CROCKETT V 143 ws-v SADDLE CLUB Bore A person who talks when you want hrm to lrsten Denust A prestldigitator who putting metal 1nto your mouth pulls coins out of your pocket BELLS INDEPENDENT Q 'CHN GAS AND OIL COMPANY t Opumrsm An optimlst is the fellow who doesn t know what s coming to him Compllments rerhh cf.2f,,,, 1 N Q I ALAMO LLM! DRY CLEANERS Seasickness traveling across the ocean by ra1l Compl lments ds, S, '17 6 ' a aA"'o1 si to EAW, 'Usb fm Z 1? A ne 0' fb "W ss Et 6 mo Rofory Club 'Twas the month after Chnsunas And Santa had flitg Came these ndings for father world N The best after dinner speaker is the one who gets Wh1Ch read, 'Please remrt. " Ad 17 up, speaks, and shuts up . L W ... na y .2 o f 1 LN E X ' S f ' ' is pf X xx X X O f L V' nt xx Q 6 V ,, N, 996 K 'I T ' 1 x J. t 2 lx B W . x O00 ,x p fl I A 0' Q : 1 . 1 .Al-4'-nv 56495 'o' 'O' I GX 9 o 9 ' Kleptornaniac - a rich thief. f ' ' ' . . II Stub 5 S' k-"Fm-I - - dag X- of 1 , ' I 1 - fu I Of .v 119,51 - - ' i I r - - - . V A A llii9fi"' , . , lx I n 1 0 X I t , Y 1: Yo ' A n ' me 6 . 777e b CA- Of " evo .gt . . Compllments COMPLI MENTS ROBERT G MCLEAN THEO J EMISON Attorney at Law LAWYER She s been on more When she barks at him S 6 laps than 3 n3,pk1n becomes dogmauc DfPARfMfNf5f0fQf L1nda M Do you believe in the Devil? Joyce M No it s Just hke Santa Claus He's just your daddy Dan Black: "But dad, George Wash1ngton's father d1dn't spank hxm for choppmg down the cherry tree Mr Black- "I know But h1s father wasn't 1n the tree when he chopped lt down " of OF - . h '. x SQDHMQQ eh1y I 4 111 WX New B' A Q ALAMO o Srgn 1n matermty department of a hosprtal Ladres Ready to Bear Department Daffyrushlon Throw Rug A small rug that usually thro Compllments R W RE CE Crockett M1115 Tenn ff ff ff! Malcolm Cates Alamo Jewelry Co Dav1d Crossnoe Irvine Drug Co Harvey's Food Center B1lly Newson Produce Co C1ty Cafe Alamo Taxi Audrey Greer Mrs Minnre Lou Brown Clyde and Margaret McC1ean James Holland Willrams Refngerauon Service A Friend Harold Robbrns Sheriff McCord Mehr Drug Co The Mllky Way Calvm Massey Byron Spellings C1ty Cafe Maury C1ty Maury C1ty Grocery and Locker Buford and Damal Grocery Byassee s Dry Goods Lester Bates G W Robertson and Son Jerry Laster Raymond Jennings W B Booker Gadsden Beauty Shop Mrs Wendell Blurton Rust Dry Goods Dimple Morphis Shirley Trnker Taxi Lex Nolen Wayne Byrd Donald Prescott D. W. Reasons James Reasons John Ed Edwards Robert E. Ga1nes Fl 08553 OD 3f5fW50f5 F08 5QYnowr.5 1959 GU UD X..-M Vrrginia- Carolina Chemical Corp V C Fertllrzer Memphls, Tenn ws anyone who steps on rt Sc Mrs dc Mrs Mrs Oll1e 8a Mrs 84 Mrs 84 Mrs 8a Mrs 8L Mrs 8a Mrs 8a Mrs Sc Mrs 84 Mrs 8: Mrs 84 Mrs 8a Mrs M 8a Mrs 8: Mrs 84 Mrs 8a Mrs T H Snange Lynn Colvett Randolph Jack Acor P B Conley Clinton Edwards Weldon Wheeler Dee Speer Cralg Tntt E O Prather Jr Richard Byrd Theron Parlow John E Edwards E G Matheney Mack Mayfxeld Mayfield S J ones Earl Emlson Sam Wood Neal Kenner 8a Mrs Clarence R1ggsbee 86 Mrs Leroy Johnson 8: Mrs B D Uselton Jo Strong Dobbms 84 Mrs Hoyt Murphy 84 Mrs Graham Hamilton 8a Mrs 84 Mrs 8: Mrs 84 Mrs 8a Mrs 8L Mrs 8. Mrs 85 Mrs 84 Mrs John Bushart Wallace Terry Dennis Riddick Sanders Lewis C D Cooke D C Colvett Jr ArthurE Hughes Lloyd Crossnoe T S Avery Jerry Vowell Gerald Wheeler Mr 8a Mrs J R. Young Joe Maloan Ad 19 of . . E , . fffffff ffff ffff fffffffffflfllff fllflffffflf ,I .q.' ,.r' ,QHQQQ -.'1. 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