Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS)

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 STUDENTS BAWDRY HIGH jOASL4J ri When in the days, months and years ahead your memories return to the days when you were students of Amory High School we hope the 1950 Panorama will, somehow, serve to entrance the memories you had either as fans of the Panther team or as a member of the Panther team. We hope this Panorama will help you to live again the part the Panthers played in your school year. May you find in these pages much to be treasured in the noon day and twilight of your life.In appreciation of those genuine qualities of character which have made her a Superior person and have been an inspiration to all of us who have known her, for the outstanding progress she has achieved both in the High School and the Elementary School, for her long hours of work not only to develop a superior band but also to make real musicians of the individual members, we, the editors, gratefully and affectionately dedicate this, the seventh volume of the Panorama, to MISS JEAN LANCASTER.ASST. EDITOR CO-EDITOR CO-EDITOR ASST. EDITOR Joan Harlow Mattie McKinney Eleanor Beckham Joan Pearce ART EDITORS Irma Armstrong Juanita Lawrimore MAKE-UP EDITOR El nor Pucke t t BUSINESS MANAGER Hoyt CurbowMAKE-UP STAFF Sara Allen Otis Cowan Shelby Schumpert Miriam Harmon CLASS REPRESENTATIVES Rebecca Allison Jo Ann Kendall Peggy Roberts Not pictured Frances Clement Elizabeth Mann Jimmy Lange BUSINESS STAFF Mary Jo Moore Sonny Cadden Eva Grace Pullen Virginia Wiygul Jake Powell CIRCULATION Douglas Hathcock Jeanette Crawford Carolyn Tubb Margaret Wiygul Jackie Jones TYPISTS Eleanor Tubb Winniver Nash SPORTS Annie Broughman James Rye PHOTOGRAPHERS J. C. Kennedy Charles Jones Dal Hansen Burma Amstrong SPONSOR Miss Mary Allen PaulMR. CHARLES L. LEWIS Superintendent MISS MARY IDA HOFFMAN Home Economics MISS MARGARET MOORE. Junior High Science - Director of Physical Ed. MR. TOMMY OWEN Director of Physical Education MR. LESTER RICH Junior High Mathemat ics MISS GERTRUDE HAUGHTON History and Social Science MRS. J. S. ABNEY LibrarianMRS. I. W. BEAUCHAMP Principal Foreign Languages MRS. W. N. MAYFIELD Senior Class Sponsor Senior High Mathematics MRS. K. I ALLEN Senior Class Sponsor Senior High English MISS MARY A. PAUL Commercial Subjects MR. JAMES W. NORWOOD, MRS. Junior High Coach Science JAMES W. NORWOOD Junior High Engl i s h MIS -JANE LOWERY MISS JEAN LAN- MISS BETTY ROGERS MRS. DORIS KEN-Junior High Scienee CASTER . Band High School NEDY, Secretary and English and Glee Club MusicWe of the Panorama staff, in behalf of the students and faculty of Schools, wish to express our these businessmen who give ability, and loyalty to the our school system. the Amory City appreciation to of their time, advancement of MR. W. C. PACE MR. L. A. CUTCLIFF President MR. G. R. PICKLE SecretaryJ. M. MINGLEDORFF PRESIDENT - - A leading man in athletics, in social life, and in the hearts of the ladies. BILLY PAY BUNCH VICE-PRESIDENT- -Oh, saw ye the lad with the bonnie blue eyes? His smile is the broadest that ever was seen. ELEANOR BECKHAM SECRETARY TREASURER - -Judge me for what I am, so shalt thou find me fairest. SHIRLEY JONES REPORTER---Look, she's winding up the watch of her wit; by and by it will strike. MOTTO: Today decides tomorrow. COLOR: Nile Green and Gold FLOWER: Yellow rosesMARGARET ANN ALLEN Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low - an excellent thing in woman . EMILY BLOODWORTH To doubt her beauty is to want an eye. MARIANNE CALDWELL For nature made her what she is and never made another. FRANCES CLEMENT And fair she is, if that mine eyes be true. GLADYS CALLAHAN Her ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace OTIS COWAN, JR. True merit is like a river, the deeper it is the the less noise it Hakes. MARY JO CATHCART Ye Gods, end this high schoel life and make t wo lovers happy JEANETTE CRAWFORD She doeth little kindnesses which most leave undone or despised. HOYT CURBOW He is never serious save when he sleeps and not very serious then.JERRY FINDLEY A noticeable man with large gray eyes. NORMA JEAN FRANCIS She is an artist in the noble science of cookery. LYNN GLASGOW A small gun of a large caliber. DOUGLAS HATHCOCK A good true friend and jolly boy, mischievous , witty and wise.. 1 TED GRIZZLE Not afraid of work but not in sympathy with it. MIRIAM HARMON She moves like a goddess , and she looks like a queen . M. L. HOLLIS Men of real merit favor everywhere. find BOBBY JONES His eyes were deeper than the depth of waters stilled at even. JACK JONES Worry kills more men than bullets. Why worry t J M BETTE JUNE KENDALL She's a winsome wee thing J. C. KENNEDY heroes are not six feet tall; souls may dwell in bodies small BILLY LOWE A soldier, a scholar and a gentleman. JUANITA LOWRIMORE Something more than melody dwells ever in her words. EVA BROOK McCULLEN To see her is to love her and love but her forever. MATTIE SPIGHT McKINNEY And what she greatly thought she nobly dared. BEVERLY MARTIN A merry heart make t h a cheerful countenance. BILLY MOORE Not in football, not in rhyme, but in loving he kills time. ROY MORGAN Strength of heart and might of limb.DOROTHY PARKER Be thou but fair, mankind adore thee--smile a world is weak before thee. JOHN DAVID PEARCE Women's looks, his only books, and follies all they’ve taught him. MARTHA NELL PENNELL A thing of beauty is a joy forever. EVA REED Fair as a star when only one is shining in the sky. JAMES RYE There mine are two sides to every and the wrong side. quest ion- JERRY SANDERS Those could who know him like him; be said of anyone? what more SHELBY SCHUMPERT His very foot has music in it. ELEANOR TUBB Petite and sweet, dainty and neat. VONCIL TAYLOR Laugh thy girlish laughter. JAMES HAROLD WEATHERLY I dare do all that may become a man.SARA ALLEN REBECCA ALLISON BURMA ARMSTRONG IRMA ARMSTRONGFIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW William Armstrong Katherine Brown Jimmy Burdine Doris Glenn Dal Hansen Lou Ann Hutto Charles Jones Ralph Kuykendall Bobby Lowe Arvella Majors James Miller Maxine Miller Dewey MonaghanFIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW Talmadge Patterson Joan Pearce Joyce Plunkett Eva Grace Pullen Homer R a m a g e Mary Lou Reeves Eleanor Smith Ruth Smithson Ted Stuart Henry Vaughn Roy Westbrook Charles Whitaker Virginia WiygulPresident JUNE CAMP Vice-Pres. JEAN McFADDEN Reporter MARY JO MOORE Sec . - Treasurer ELNOR PUCKETT Robert Ad a m s Ann Broughman Donna Bright Barbara Bunch Ernest Cadden Joyce Crawford Betty Crenshaw Jane Dav id s on r e S Jean Faulkner Beverly Gilmore J ack Har ris Jimmy Haughton Douglas Hodo Guy Holmberg Louise Hood Jo Ann KendallRosemary Knight Peggy Moore Beverly Morris Vivian Morris Dudley Nash Mary Noland Jane Ow i ng s Willis Owings Dickie Pal me r Thomas Pierce Jake Powell Jimmy Prestrige Ge rthel Seales Billie Stanley Bobby Stockton Sue Stuart Car olyn Tubb Margaret Wiygul Frank Woolf Charle s Young Mae YoungPresident LINDA DURRETT Vice-President ELIZABETH MANN Sec . - Treasurer JULIA PUGH Reporter PATSY HAWKINS Marnee Alexander Joanne Baker Hale Barnett John Bean Jean Bentley Mary Berryman Mary Bunch Barbara Burdine Martha Cox Susan Ann Cox Tommy Curry Jean Duncan Shirley Fowlkes Joe Gan n Billy Fred Garrett Joyce Glenn William Greenhill Cled Gregory J. V. Gregory Mary Jane Harris Mary Sue Hester Frances Herndon Eleanor Howell Don JamesW e d a Jeffreys Earline Johnson Phillip Lantrip Jerry Lantrip Margaret Patterson Thomas Ritter Dav id Roby Je r e Lee Waneta Little Wayne Little Betty Jean Loden Doris McCa r y Joe McCullen Patsy Meredith Billy Miles Dorothy Ming Frances Monaghan Eugene Moreland Jean Nash Dawn Sanders Geraldine Scott James Taylor Charles Tubb Peggy Wells Claude Winder Eugene Westbrook Joey Young Bobby Bo 1d ing President-MARY JEAN BROWN. Vice-President-PEGGY BARNETT Secretary-Treas. -GAIL HORNSBY. Reporters-PEGGY ROBERTS. ERNESTINE ADAMS. AUDRA ADDINGTON Third R o Davis Gerald Creely, Gordon Crenshaw. Billy Curry. Billy Nancy Edwards, Billy Foote Fourth Row: Jere Forbus, Francis Afton, Corinne Francis. Barbara Garrett. Margala Green, James Edward Harris Fifth Row: Jean Marie Horner. Dale Howell. Dickie Jones, Charles Kennedy, June Knight Juanita Hughes,First Row: Lucy Ann Leech, Joan Lyle, Bill Meredith, Donald Meredith, Jimmy Meredith, Donald Mize Second Row: Joyce Monaghan, Ikey Moore, Mary Jo Nash, Billy Pope, Nola Pearl Price. Bobby Neal Reeves Third Row: Joe Rieves. Forrest Ritter, Richard Roberts, Kay Rogers, Virginia Rye, Bobby Saint Fourth Row: Henry Sanders, Patricia Sanford. Leo Segars, Donald Steed, James Taylor, Marjean Toney Fifth Row: Brook Towery, Sara Tubb. James Vaughn. Sylvia Vise, Johnny Wiygul, Warren WrightFIRST ROW Pres. Jack Forbus Vice-Pres. Cliff Hodges Sec-Treas. Rebecca Hodges Reporter Barbara Pennington Gilbert Allen W • C • Ausborn SECOND ROW Charles Bake r Charlene Barber Richard Beckham Jane Bentley Helen Callahan THIRD ROW Eas on Camp Wayne Cantrell Faye Ca r pe n t e r Keith Cathcart Jenine Clingan Wm. Pennington FOURTH ROW Jimmy Cowan Me linda Coyle Tommie Edwards Martha Faulkner Ma ry Faulkner FIFTH ROW Larry Fears Mary Jane Fears Dorothy Flowers Barbara Hensley Ann Herndon Tommy He s t e r SIXTH ROW James Hood Lamar Hood Ann Knight Max Knight Jimmy LangeFIRST ROW J o Ann Liddell Millard Loden George Mann Billy May Peggy Ann Morris Cecil McWhiter FOURTH ROW Malcolm Roberts Norris Robinson Dorothy Rusoe Frank Smith Jane Smith SECOND ROW Ge orge Nash Howard Pace Tony Parker Shirley Patterson Ann Ramage FIFTH ROW Harold Stanford Victor Stanford Bert Thompson Joe Tubb John Varnon Eugene Wardian THIRD ROW Lois Reed Louise Reed Hal Rieves Robert Riley A. H. Ritter Tommy Ritter SIXTH ROW Nina Wright Troy YoungJ. MR. TOMMY OWENS Head Coach M. MINGLEDORFF ROY MORGAN Co-Cap tains 'PEEWEE' WEBSTER M a s c o iROBERT ADAMS End DEWEY MONAGHAN End JAMES RYE Quaterback CLED GREGORY Quaterback CHARLES WHITAKER Tackle RALPH KUYKENDAL Tackle TED GRIZZLE Gua rd BOBBY LOWE Full Back CHARLES YOUNG Guard JAMES H. WEATHERLY HalfbackFIRST ROW: Cled Gregory. Joe McCulIen. Bill Merideth. Bobby Stockton. Dickie Palmer, Jack Harris. Bobby Bolking. Jimmy Prestrige, J. V. Gregory SECOND ROW: Bobby Lowe. James Rye. Billy Ray Bunch. Ted Grizzle, cnarles Young. William Armstrong. Thomas Pierce. Co-Captain-J. M. Mingledorff. Co-Captain-Roy Morgan THIRD ROW: Coach Owens. Charles Whitaker. James Harold Weatherly. Dudley Nash. Robert Adams. Tommy Curry. J. D. Pearce. Ralph Kuykendal. Dewey Monaghan. Willis Owings, Coach Thompson MARY JO MOORE MARTHA NELL PENNELL MIRIAM HARMON REBECCA ALLISON PEGGY MOORE Mary Nell Creely, June Camp, Annie Broughman, Mary Ruth Nolan, Elnor Puckett, Frances Clement. Martha Nell, Pennell, Jane Owings, Jeanette Crawford, Sara Allen, Peggy Moore, Mirian Harmon. Asst. Manager, Mary Jo Moore, Miss M. Moore, Manager, Gerthel Seals. MISS MARGARET MOORE Coach JEANETTE CRAWFORD-Captain, Guard SARA ALLEN-Guard MIRIAM HARMON-Fonard PEGGY MOORE-Forward JUNE CAMP-Forward MARY NELL CREELY-GuardV. DEWEY MONAGHAN Captain JACK HARRIS ROBERT ADAMS FIRST ROW: Asst. Manager- Donald Mi e, James Rye. Robert Adams. Dudley Nash. Dewey Monaghan Charles Jones. James Weatherly. Manager-Thomas Pierce. SECOND ROW: Cled Gregory, Jack Harris. Dickie Palmer J. V. Gregory. Bobby Lowe. MR. TOMMY OWENS Coach DUDLEY NASH CLED GREGORYOBOE Tony Parker FLUTES Dot Parker Eleanor Tubb Joan Harlow Ge rthel Seals Melinda Coyle CLARINETS Sonny Cadden Mattie McKinney Shelby Schumpert Margaret Allen Billie Jean McFadden Jean Bentley Beverly Morris Mary Jane Harris Joe Rieves Mary Ruth Noland Becky Hodges Joan Liddell Billy May Dickie Bee khan Gloria Ramage CORNETS J. C. Kennedy Taimadge Patterson Doug Hod o Charles Tubb Sara Tubb A. H. Ritter Jane Smith La rry Fears Tommy Ritter Ge orqe Nash FRENCH HORNS Eleanor Beckham Beverly Martin Burma Armstrong Troy Young Rebecca Allison TROMBONES Lynn Glasgow Eugene Moreland Lou Ann Hut t o W.C. Ausborn Eason Camp Jimmy Lange John Vernon baritones Eugene Westbrook Philip Lantrip Peggy Morris BASS HORNS Tommy Curry William Armstrong Winniver Nash TENOR SAXOPHONES Shirley Jones Hale Ba r n e 11 Cecil McWhirter ALTO SAXOPHONES James Weatherly Cliff Hodges Jane Be n t1e y ALTO CLARINET Sara Allen BELLS Peggy Barnett DRUMS Jake Powell Jane Ow i ng s Philip James Mary Jo Moore Patsy Hawkins Jean Duncan BARITONE SAXOPHONE Juanita Lowrimore FLAG BEARERS Eva Reed Frances Clement DRUM MAJOR Doug Hodo MAJORETTES Sara Allen Joan Harlow J ane Ow ing s Mary Ruth Noland Dot Par ke r MUSX SHOP,,. Membership in the Hall of Fame is based on on character, scholarship, personality, leadership, and service. These students, were chosen by a faculty committee composed of Mrs. Mayfield, Mrs. Allen, and Mrs. Beauchamp.MEMBERS OF THE COURT CO-CAPTAINS J. M. Mingledor f Roy Morgan QUEEN ESCORTS Martha Nell Pennell James Weatherly James Rye MAIDS Emily Bloodworth Eva Reed Sara Allen Mary Jo Moore JR. HI MAIDS Peggy Barnett Gail Hornsby Jerry Findley Billy Ray Bunch John D. Pearce Ted Grizzle Donald Meredith Donald MizeBusiness Managers: MARIANNE CALDWELL BILLY RAY BUNCH Stage Manager s: OTIS COWAN Student Prompter: ELEANOR TUBB Director: MRS. KEITH ALLEN Sponsor: MRS. W. N. MAYFIELD Ushers : mattie McKinney BEVERLY MARTIN EVA REED HOYT CURBOW MARGARET ALLEN MARTHA NELL PENNELL MIRIAM HARMON JAMES RYE mping A M.yrtery-Comedy PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1950 CAST Alan Scott--------James Weatherly Ethel Scott------Jeanette Crawford Lucy--------------Emily Bloodworth Fanny-------------Frances Clement Ritchie Griwso1d--Bi11y Lowe Diana---------- --Eva B . McCullen William Griswold- - John D. Pearce Burke Stacey------Lynn Glasgow Miss Parsons......Shirley Jones Stanley Castle----Jerry Findley Patrick O’Leary---J. C. Kennedy Linda Rogers.....Eleanor BeckhamPEPTOMIST CO-EDITORS. MAKE-UP EDITOR. BUSINESS MANAGER ASSISTANTS. TYPING. FEATURE EDITOR. ASSISTANTS. SPORTS EDITOR. BAND EDITOR. NEWS EDITOR. ASSISTANTS. CIRCULATION EXCHANGE. ADVISOR. Emily Bloodworth Shi rley Jones Homer Railage , J. C. Kennedy Do ug Hod o Lynn Glasgow Talmadge Patterson Margaret Allen Miriam Harmon Martha Pennell Joyce Plunkett Beverly Gilmore Marianne Caldwell Beverly Martin Philip James Do t Parker Billie Jean McFadden June Camp Mar y Nell Creely Eva Brook McCullen Gladys Callahan Rosemary Knight Dorrie Busby NorwoodFIRST ROW: J. Crawford. M. Patterson. W Nash. S. Cox. M. Cox. F. Herndon, B. Morris, J. C. Kennedy. G. Holmberg. L. Glasgow, D. Hodo. M. J. Moore. R. Allison, D. Glenn, J. Glenn, M. Alexander, B. Stanley, Miss Lancaster. SECOND ROW: D. Sanders, J. Owings, B. J- Loden, E. Smith, E. Reed, W. Little, J. Camp, P. Moore. E. Cadden, T. Stuart. B, Reeves. P. James, M, Caldwell, J. Lawimore, E. Tubb, J. Pearce, B. Armstrong, P. Wells. L. Hood, THIRD ROW: W. Jeffreys. J. Nash, E. Howell. D. Bright. V. Wiygul. D. Ming, B, McFadden, M. R. Noland, M. N. Pennell, M. Harmon, H. Curbow. B. Bunch, S. Schumpert. M. L. Hollis, B. Davis, B, Towery, J. D. Pearce. M. L. Reeves. E, McCullen. S. Jones. £. Beckham, J. puncon, V. Morris. FOURTH ROW: E. Johnson, J. Davisdon. B. Gil- more. R. Smithson, G. Seals. D. Parker, V. Taylor. M. McKinney, J. Sanders.Moore, J. Weatherly, T. Ritter. B. Lowe, E. Puckett. L. A. Hutto, M. Young, M. Berryman. S. Hester. J. Baker FIRST ROW: J. Owings, E. Howell, D. Sanders. M. Bunch, P. Wells. E. Mann, J. A. Kendall. P. Merideth. SECOND ROW: G. Seals. P. Moore. J. Crawford. E. Johnson. S D. Stuart. B. Bunch, D. Glenn, Mrs. Keith Alien-Sponsor. THIRD ROW: B. Morris. J. Duncan. F. Clement. A. Majors. P. Hawkins,. FOURTH ROW: M. J. Cathcart. M. Patterson, W Little. J. Bentley. B. Crenshaw. B. Kendall. E.ReedSEATED: Linda Durret. Barbara Burdine, Jimmy Meredith, James Edward Harris, Mary Jane Harris, Eleanor Smith. Frances Herndon. STANDING: Dorothy Ming, Billy Pope, Ruth Smithson, Mrs. Abney-Sponsor, Jimmy Haughton FIRST ROW: Susan Cox, Betty Jean Loden, Jean Nash, Shirley Fowlkes, Frances Monoghan. SECOND ROW: Vivian Morris, Donna Bright, Mary Berryman, Sue Hester, Martha Cox, Doris McCary THIRD ROW: Joanne Baker, Mae Young. Billie Joan Stanley, Weda Jefferey, Lou Ann Hutto, Joyce Glenn, Miss Hoffman-Sponsor, Not pictured: Jane Davison.FIRST ROW: J. Vaugh an. D. Merideth. T . Hester, J . Forbus, t Ritter. J. Taylor. J . Cowan. B. May. K . Cathcart , C Hodges, B. Pace. SECOND ROW: B. F. Garrett, H. W i yg u1 . B. Curry, b. Caldwell. J. Forbus, L. Segars. H. Barnett, P. Lantrip. G. Creely. B. Davis. W. Greenhill. THIRD ROW: G. Holmberg, I. Moore. W. Wright. E. Moreland. G. Crenshaw, J. Hood. B. Thompson. D. Steed. J. Varnon. FOURTH ROW: W. C. Ausborn, R. Riley D. Jones, F. Banks, Mr. Norwood - Sponsor, L. Brasfield, D. Howell, T. Parker, G. Nash FIRST ROW: Faye Carpenter, Miss Lowery-Sponsor, Barbara Pennington, Lois Reed. Becky Hodges, Jane Fears, Ann Ramage, SECOND ROW: Melinda Coyle. Louise Reed, Dorothy Rusoe, Dot Flowers, Tommie Edwards, Charlene Barber, Ann Herndon. Jo Ann Liddell, Helen Callahan. THIRD ROW: Jeanine Clingan, Martha Faulkner. Jane Bentley, Shirley Patterson. Barbara Hensley, Nina Wright, Peggy Ann Morris, Jane Smith.FIRST ROW: Mattie McKinney. Sue Delle Stuart. Billy Stanley, Betty Kendell. Mary Jo Moore, Linda Durrett. Juanita Lowrimore, Julia Pugh. Jean Bentley, Marianne Caldwell, Emily Bloodworth, Mrs. Mayfield. SECOND ROW: Billie Jean McFadden, Elnor Puckett. June Camp, Barbara Bunch. Arvella Majors, Irma Armstrong, Eva Brook McCullen, Jimmy Haughton. THIRD ROW: Louise Hood, Joan Pearce, Winniver Nash, Norma Jean Francis, Voncil Taylor, Hoyt Curbow. Joyce Plunkett. Margaret A11en , Bever1y Martin, Shelbey Schumpert. SEATED: Jean Marie Horner. Virginia Rye, Sara Tubb, Peggy Barnett. STANDING: Miss Betty Rogers-Sponsor, Nancy Edwards, Doris Bowen. Joan Lyle. Julia Brown. Marjean Toney, Juanita Hughes , Earnest ine Adams, Marnee Alexander. Af ton Frances. Betty Baker, Corinne Frances, Patricia Stanford, Margalo Greene, Barbara Garrett, Lucy Leech. Kay Rogers. Peggy Roberts, TOP ROW: Mary Jean Brown. Sylvia Vise, Audra Addington. Mary Jo Nash, Gail Hornshy, Joyce Monoghan. NOT PICTURED: Nola Price. June Knight.FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW THIRD ROW: Billy Moore, Bobby Jones Henry Vaughn, Miss Hauqhton-Sponsor, Jerry Lantrip Jerry Sanders, Janies Miller, Roy Westbrook, Jimmy Burdine FIRST ROW: Cecil Wilson, Larry.Fears. Frank Smith, Harold Stanford, Tommy Ritter, Hal Rieves, Herbert Rollins, Bobby Saint. Mac Knight, Malcolm Roberts. SECOND ROW: Mr. Rich- Sponsor. Millard Loden, Lamar Hood, Charles Kennedy, Joe Tubb, Jimmy Lange, Charles Baker, Wayne Cantrell. THIRD ROW: Don James, Eugene Westbrook, John Bean, Joe Rieves, Richard Roberts, Forrest Ritter, Brook Towery, Wayne Little. FOURTH ROW: Norris Robinson, Bobby Johnson, Victor Stanford, James Taylor, Billy Miles, Joey Young, Gilbert Allen, Eugene Wardian, Richard Beckham. FIFTH ROW. Cecil McWhirter, Troy Young, Jerry Lee, A. H. Ritter. William Pennington, Henry Sanders, Joe Gann, Charles Tubb, Bobby Reeves, George Mann.ANY DAY 1 . All dressed up 2 . ‘You silly sophs 3 . Work nut 4 . Step on it 5 . We're here because we're here 6 . Twins? ?? 7 . Squar e up son! 8 . I'm in love 9 . Date bait 10. Mert's new car 11 . I got one!!JZ2 -M4 FIRST ROW: Butch Noriood-Mascot, SECOND ROW: Joel Camp, Terry McCary, Ernest Gregory, Billy Rainey, George Nash, Billy Caldwell, Bobby Blake, Robert Riley, MalcoLm Roberts. Gordon Crenshaw, Jack Forbus. Gerald Creely. THIRD ROW: Tommy Hester-Manager, Johnny Wiygul, Hal Rieves, Frank Banks, Charles Baker, Dickie Jones, Leo Segars, Tommy Hester, Billy May, Howard Pace. Clifton Hodges, Jimmy Cowan, Keith Cathcart, Jimmy Lange, Manager, FOURTH ROW: Coach Norwood, James Vaughan, Warren Wright, James Taylor, Ira Moore, Joey Young, Joe Rieves, Donald Mize, Jimmy Meredith, Billy Garrett, Billy Miles, Don Meredith, Coach Rich. Mary Jean Brown, Peggy Barnett,Gail Hornsby, Patsy Meredith, Marnee Alexander.CLARINETS: Jeanette James, Glenda Sue Roby, Sidney James. Liddard Hathcock. Marshall Boyd. CORNETS: Joel Camp, Frank Du rrett, Johnny Mac Vise. Wayne Cornell , John Murphy, Johnny Love, Jiirnny Taylor. Byron Easter. TROMBONE: Billie Joe Fields, Mickey Murphy, Claude Boyd. BARITONE: Edward Coker. SAXOPHONE: Billie Rainey, Jimmy Pope. FIRST ROW: Lois Reed. Ann Ramage. Barbara Pennington, Louise Reed. Tommie Edvards. SECOND ROW: Ann Herndon, Virginia Rye, Dot Flowers, Jeaninne Clingan, Nina Wright. THIRD ROW: Joyce Monaghan. Helen Callahan, Charlene Barbour, Peggy Morris, Martha Faulkner, FOURTH ROW: Mary Jane Fears, Mary Jo Nash. Betty Jean Baker, Alton Francis, Barbara Hensley. FIFTH ROW: Margalo Greene, Audra Addington.FRONT ROW: Joe Rieves, Billy Daria. Richard Roberts Brook Towery. Forrest Ritter. BACK ROW: Jack Forbus Charles Birmingham, Dale Howell. Mr. Rich-Coach. Cliff Hodges, James Vaughan. James Segars.Four Roses Ammoniated Dentifrice V. Chesty Don’t blame you. Bev. 55 Sidebyside It's cold outs ide! Marne’s man! ! The future Mr Something wen Click ! ! ! Bring ’em up High pressure wrongMR. BERT THOMPSON Principal Math MRS. BEASLEY Social Studies MISS COOK Third Grade MISS STRAWN First Grade MISS CASON Fourth Grade MISS CLARKE Second Grade MRS. PAGE First Grade «rX MRS. JANE CAMP Read ing MISS MONTGOMERY Fourth Grade MISS LEECH Second Grade MISS STONE Piano K9 mrs. McKinney English MISS DAVIS Third Grade MISS MESSER First Grade MISS ENGLISH Secretary TOP ROW: Verna Mae Parish, Sandra Johnson, Billy Joe Fields, Earnest Gregory, Mr. Thompson, Joel Camp, Bobby Wardlaw, Carolyn Hughes, Margaret Ann Cox. SECOND ROW: • Spike Kelley, Joan Mize, Glenda Palmer, Ira Kennedy, Terry McCary, Jimmy Rorie. Mary Hester, Juanita Knight. BOTTOM ROW: Jeanette James, Delores Pennington, Billy Bonds, Jacky Burdine, Sue Davidson, Faye Harmon, Benny Chism, Anita Waldrop, Dale Thompson TOP ROW: Wayne Conwell, Grady Sevan, Annette Bowen, Hal Haughton, Mrs. Camp, Bodeen Watson, John Love, Jack Hughes, Janette Davis. SECOND ROW: Betty Jean Rieves. Martha Ann Peters. James Roberts, Terry Perkins. Billy Green Nesbit, Sammy Moore, Amelia Peeler, Betty Parish, Beth Armor, Sarch Finney. BOTTOM ROW: Jane Horner, Barbara Kendrick, Margaret Ming, John Wayne Cadden , Charles Knight, Sidney James, Jimmy Dale Boozer, Jimmie Maxine Tubb, Harold Wardlaw, Glenda Sue Roby, Billy Ray Hood.FIRST ROW: Barbara Taylor, Bobby Taylor, Frankie Miller, J. C. Riley. Monte Lee, Derral Jones, Bob uckett, Tim Hughes, Linda Bolding, Susan Archer, SECOND ROW: Johnny Mack Vice, James Leach, Charles Vetters, Don Forbus, Anna Bobby Harmon. Geyer. Minnie Faye Hitt, Mary Etta Knight. Dale Hester, Bobby Joe Blake, Joyce am Julle Pickle, Carl Wayne Palmer, Martha Mize, Peggy urphy. Linda Tibbets. THIRD ROW: Gussie Armstrong. Mary S.-d.r,. E..„ ,.Ich. Donold „hite, Byron Eo,t.r. C‘°"d' E”d- E1— Crab,,.!, FIRST ROW: Jack Flowers, Mickey Murfee, Payton Meredith, Clayton Meredith, Wayne Thompson, Billy Rainey, Hazel Wright, Carol Jane Larkin. Helen Finch, Charlotte Owings. L. C. Price, Jimmy Taylor. Richard Lyle. SECOND ROW: George Alexander, Frank Durrett, James Bowen, Lillard Hathcock, Frank Patterson, Marshall Boyd, Lewis Hut, Money Rieves, Shirley Kendrick, Anita Baker, Betty Wardlaw, James Seymore. Gere Mixon. THIRD ROW: Louise Leach, Harold Naron. Ed- ward Coker, Donald Banks. Charlene Johnson. Mrs. McKenney, Martha Hall, David Hodo, Earl Bunch, Danny Young, Johnny Gann.FIRST ROW: Charlie Mae Crawford. Billy Reeves. Murray Stacker. Jimmy Chism.. Jimmy Broughman. Dorothy Toney. SECOND ROW: Ronald Wiechman. Shelby Jean Stanford. Frank Norris Egger. Mary Jo Isbell. Claudette Jennings. Billy Ford. Beverly Miller. Banks Yerby. THIRD ROW: Lynn Duvall. Raymond Rogers. Miss Montgomery. Roy Parham, Ramona Hood. FIRST ROW: Bobby Young. Gary Glisson. Cecil Nelson, Mary Coleman, Lynn Hornsby, Helen Taylor, Lawrence Shackleford, Margaret Martin. Virginia Wilson, Vernon Boyd, Dorothy Knight. SECOND ROW: Lonnie Edwards, Frank Finney, Garey Hood, Arvid Holmberg. Gwyn Wallace, Sharon Johnson, Lester Kimbrough, Nettie Armstrong, Hal Moore. Christine Lucas, Ruby Monaghan. THIRD ROW: Mattie Nelson. Emily Stevens, Linda Wright, Mary Nell Isbell, Miss Cason, James Jones. Cobern Bowen. Wesley Reed. Wayne Roby.FIRST ROW: Howell Tubb. White, Larry Hughes, Ell Wilkerson. Colon Mixon, Sullivan. Nelson Beckham Clement, Mack Ray Howell Mary Welch. Rufus Bowen. Kent Gilliam. Doris Nich Stover. Eria Mae Brown. Miss Cook, Becky Kennedy Jones, Wanda Taylor. Jimmy Roberts. Linda Ellinwood, Rosemary a Ruth Ritter, Julia Rainey, Johnny Lucrecia Kidd. Joyce Price. Sylvia . SECOND ROW: Melissa Cutcliff, Grady . Linda Joyce Blake. Mary Helen Moon. Courtney Carson. Bobby Thompson, Donald ols. Peggy Tibbetts. THIRD ROW: Marion Ann Lovern. Bobby Parham. June Smith. , Marky Ledbetter, Noel Harmon, Patricia FIRST ROW: Mary Coker, Carol Chandler, Mary Ann Wilbanks. Jackie Lee Jones, Clyde Tubb. Fletcher Burdine, Rebecca Kendall, Fay Wardlow, William Dyer. Johnny Dyer. Linda Palmer. Ronald Ramage. Donna Putman. SECOND ROW: Mary Fay Kennedy, Nellie Stanford. Nancy Kennedy, Jerry Boozer. Tom Davidson. Mary Beth Wilkinson, Douglas Greenhi 1 1 , Barbara Parham, Carol Brooks, Joanne Love, Beverly Sullivan. Betty Sue Pennington. Ann McKinney. THIRD ROW: Billy Thompson. Brenda Young, Patricia Sellers. Kenneth Swan. Miss Davis. Bennie Hutto. Joyce Hughes. Bobby Leach. Judy Thompson .FIRST ROW: Paul James, Glenda Scates, Bennie Coggins, Linda Ritter, Linda Crawford, Gloria Bolding, Patsy Monoghan, Terry Glisson. Bill McKinney, Tommy Hill, Frank Edwards. Boyd Moses, Hilda Ruth Borbus, SECOND ROW: James Seymore, Owen Sloan, Phil Roberts, Charles Caldwell, Wanda Price, Buddy Stewart, Joby Smith, Bubba Morris, Donna Crawford, Geneva Lindsey, George Moreland, Starb Halbert, Peggy Ledbetter. THIRD ROW: Sarah Alexander, Linda Lewis, Suzanne Murfee, Gaye McLemore, Miss Clarke, Peggy Box, Ralph Roby, Tommy Hawkins, Larry Prestridge FIRST ROW: Kaye Stockton, Doug Segars, Betty Berry, Gerald Sawyer, Wayne Fowlkes, Ann Hood, Thomas Ritter, Susie Stockton, Carolyn Nelson, Martha Ann Johnson, Lee Polizzi, Charles Webster, Martha Lyle, Harrel Fooshee. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Camp, Martha Lou Cutcliff, Patsy Moore, Thomas Bowen, Billy Chism. Marilyn Tackett. Lana Thompson, Jimmy Sullivan, Billy Taylor, Larry Herndon, Carolyn Rollins, Patricia Hilt, Reveland Miller. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Brown, Durren Westbrook, Larry Tubb, Billy Tibbett. Miss Leech, Yolanda Kidd, Jimmy Dale Roby, Bonnie Jo Swan, Carolyn McCommon.FIRST ROW: Mary Frances Harris, Phil Armor, Donna Hathcote, Darla Fears, Dottie Simmons, Jimmy Tibbett, Judy Larkin, Jo Ann Haughton, Lynn Pope, Frankie Barnette. Lloyd Minor. SECOND ROW: Judy Brooks, Thomas Ledbetter, Johnny Conwill, Johnny Lile, Eudell Seymore, Alma Sue Parish, Brenda Harrison, Bobby Howell, Ralph Halmquist, Martha Jane Reece, Ronnie Johnson, Micky Sayre. THIRD ROW: Lydia Moon, Jane Peters, Kaye Pace. Jerome Lut zenberger , Michael Lutzenberger , Miss Messer, Harriett Woolf, Donnie Young, Ann Duncan, Edwin Reeves FIRST ROW: Janie Lou Hathcock, Ray Miller, George Shumpert, Fern Wolfe. Billy Williams, Gloria Nan Rather. Betty Jean Wardlaw, Nancy Jean Lee, Carolyn Kay Blake, Hazel Ann Sims. Shelby Jean Lindsey, Gary Page, SECOND ROW: Carrol Monaghan, Harold Roberts, Glenn Flowers, Jimmy Conwill. Fay Lindsey, Douglas Mixon. Wil-muth Creekmore. Warren Pickle, Eugene Ritter. Linda Fay IsbellFIRST S t u c k e Larry Vaughn Buddy Brough Kynerd Lanphe ROW: Lincoln Monaghan, Mary r, Judy McCary, Jimmy Keller Pennington. George Reeves. Kathie Tubb. SECOND ROW: Kenton . Janet Young Shirley Lantrip. Steve Plamer. Jane McCary. Saint. Diane Wright. 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