Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS)

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 ALMA MATER Alma Mater Amory H i g h School • L o y a 1 sons are we. We s i n g t h y praise i n every p h rase And s p r e ad abroad thy fame • We s i n g t h y praise i n every p h rase And s p r e a d abroad thy fame • In years to come we're still thy sons And c h e r i s h thy fair name. Classes are forever haunting us Seems as though they’re in our dreams Never let us rest They’re just great big pests In which our minds must stand the tests. I’m forever dreaming daydreams Things to do when school is o'er Shove my book aside Forget when Lincoln died Hop on my bike and take a ride. Opponents always hiding. We’ve looked everywhere They're forever running from us Seems we gave them quite a scare. We're forever going forward When our days are over here We'll go away Wishing we could stay We will remember each good ole day.Because of her devoted years of service to Amory High School, her untiring efforts in sponsoring the Senior Class, her abundant knowledge of mathematics . her willingness to encourage students to put forth their maximum ability, her eagerness to help them in their difficulties, her enthusiastic interest in extra-curricular activities and her superior characteristics which make her loved and appreciated by all. we. the editors, dedicate this yearbook, the 1951 PANORAMA to MRS. MYRTLE MAYFIELD.Mr. Charles L. Lewis Superintendent Mrs. I. W. Beauchamp Principal Foreign Languages M r . W . S . Caldwel1 Mr. L. A. Cutcliff Mr . W . C. Pace President Mr. E. R. Wilkerton Mr. G. R. Pickle SecretaryMrs. W. N. Mayf ield Senior Sponsor Math Miss Jane Wood Senior Spo n s o r English Miss Ma r y Ida Hof f m a n Home Economics Mr. Tommy Ow e n Physical Ed uc a t i o n Miss Gertrude Haughton History Miss Mary Allen Paul Commercial Miss Margaret Miss Marguerite Mr. Lester Mrs. Roberta Moore Parker Rich Abney Ph ys i cc1 Jr. High Science Librarian Education Eng 1i s h Mrs. J. W. Norwood Jr. High English Mr. John M Miss Virginia Gullick Duggan Jr. High Math Director of Music Mr. R. T. Ba k e r Band Mrs. Doris Kenned y Sec r e t a r yBUSINESS MANAGER EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR Jake Powell Joan Harlow Elnor Puckett MAKE-UP STAFF TYPISTS ARTISTS Annie F. Broughman Winniver Nash Irma Armstrong Margaret Wiygul Sara Allen Vivian MorrisPHOTOGRAPHERS BUSINESS STAFF CIRCULATION STAFF Da 1 Hansen Jimmy Haughton Burma Armstrong Virginia Wiygul Eva Grace Pullen Rebecca Allison Elizabeth MannSenior ■to fame, A Body------the big part---Ruth Smithson Carburetor----distributer of hot air-----Talmadge Patterson Brake-----always handy--------Irma Armstrong Cut-out-------source of noise-------Virginia Viygul Crank-----always trying to start something--------Eva Pullen Motor-----medium of motion-----Ted Stuart Clock-----sometimes slow-------Lou Ann Hutto Horn------loudest part---------Eleanor Smith License-------a necessity----Philip James Gas-------always running something----Dal Hansen Oil-------always helping out--------Mary Hell Creely Spring------the lively part-----Beck Allison Spare Tire------always behind-------James Miller Muffler---quiet please-----------------Henry Vaughn Exhaust Tipe----always missing------Jimmy Burdine Windshield------protector-----Charles Whitaker Running Board-------always being stepped on------Arvella Majors Choker----gets things started----Joan Harlow Spotlight-----confusing to those meddling-----Winniver Nash Paint-----plenty of it--------Joyce Plunkett Gear Shift------always in the way---Roy Westbrook Foot Feed-----alv;ays being pressed on-----Ralph Kuykendall Bumper----always hitting something-------Dewey Monaghan Top-------six feet from the ground----John Larkin Bed--------close to the ground------Doris Glenn Taili ht--------always out at night-----Bobby Lowe Parking lights-----knows where to park-------Sonny Jones Sterring Wheel-----always coming loose-----William Armstrong Radio-----lots of static---------Sara AllenSent ors PRESIDENT Ted Stuart He laughs best who 1 aughs last. VICE-PRESIDENT Ralph Kuykendall As upright as cedar. SECRETARY TREASURER Joan Ha r1ow O! thou art fairer than the evening air. MOTTO: COLOR: FLOWER: Today we follow; tomorrow we lead. Green and White White Carnation REPORTER Mary Nell Creely Ambition has no risk. I have a heart with room for every joy, Burma Armstrong Humor lies in honest toil Irma Armstrong The very pink of perfection. William Armstrong For man is man and master of fate. Jimmy Burdine The greater man the greatest courtesy. Doris Glenn Oh. Bright as a berry. tDal Hansen A good name is better than riches, Lou Ann Hutto To be awake is to be alive. Philip James Each mind has its own methods.. Charles Jones No legacy is so rich as honesty. John Larkin As merry as the day is long. Bobby Lowe I am as free as nature first made man. Arvella Majors Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers. mam James Miller I m sure care's an enemy to life. Dewey Monaghan I know it all by heart. Winniver Nash Sings like a lark. Talmadge Patterson Workman who needth not to be ashamed. Joyce Faye Plunkett A happy soul, that all the way. Lewis Caroll Powell As busy as a bee. Eva Grace Pullen A merry heart goes all the way.Homer Ramage I have gained my experience. Eleanor Smith As t r u e a s s t e e i • Ruth S m i t h s o n I m a g i n a t i o n i s the a i r of m i n d • Henry Vaughn PI OU gh deep w h i 1 e i 5 1 u gg a r d s s 1 e e p . Roy W e s tbrook A da y for to i 1 . a n h our for sp o r t . Chari e s W h i t a k e r Young fellow s w i 1 1 b e young f e 1 1 o w s Virginia Wiygul Her ways are ways of pleasantness.Robert Ad a m s Donna Bright Annie Broughman Ba rbara Bunch Dickie Palmer Elnor Puckett June Camp Sue Delle Stuart Ernest Cadden Hubert Culp J ane Davids on Louise Gretter TumorsThird Row Jane Owings Willis Owings Mary Elizabeth Parish Fourth Row Tommy Parten Jimmy Pierce Thomas Pierce Bobby Stockton Fifth Row Carolyn Tubb Margaret Wiygul Frank Woolf Charles Young Dudley Nash Mary Ruth Noland Ca r o1yn Ow e nPres. Elizabeth Mann 2 op to mores Vice Pres. Dawn Sanders Hale Barnet t John Bean Clarice Burke Jean rley Fowlkes Billy Garrett | I Joyce Glenn William Greenhill Cled Gregory Mary HaneyMary Harris Patsy Hawkins Frances Herndon Sue Hester Don Janies SJophomores Jerry Lan t r i p Betty Loden Wayne Little Doris McCa r y Jimmy McKinney Patsy Meredith Thomas Ritter Ruth Sargent Charles Tub b Peggy Wells Joey YoungAudra Addington Betty Jean Baker Frank Ba n k s Peggy Barnett Doris Bo wen Julia Brown Billy Caldwell Ge raid Creely Billy Curry N an cy Edwards Jere Forbus Corinne Francis Barbara Garrett Margala Greene J. V. Gregory James Edward Harris Doris Holly Jean Marie Horner Dale Howell Juanita Hughes Dickie Jones Charles Kennedy J une Kn igh t Lucy Ann Leech frcshmmfreshmen Joan Lyle Bill Meredith Don Meredith Jimmy Meredith Donald Mize Joyce Monaghan Ikey Moore Eugene Moreland Mary Jo Nash John Owen Helen Parten Billy Pope Nola Pearl Price Bobby Neal Reeves Joe Rieves Forest Ritter Richard Roberts Kay Roge r s Virginia Rye Patricia Sanford Leo Segars Do nald Steed James Taylor Mar jean ToneyJack Forbus Pres. C. Hodges V. Pres. B. Hodges Sec. T. B. Pennington Rep. Gilbert A]len W. C. Ausborn Charles Baker Charlene Barber Dickie Beckham Jane Bentley Helen Callahan Eason Camp Wayne Cantrell Faye Carpenter Keith Cathcart Jeanine Clingan Jimmy Cowan Melinda Coyle £ighth ROW ONE: Gordon Crenshaw. Shirley Due, Tommie Jean Edwards, Martha Todd Faulkner. Jane Fears, Larry Fears, Dorothy Flowers, and Afton Francis ROW TWO: Ann Herndon. Tommy Hester. Larry Holloway. James Hood. Lamar Hood. Bobby Johnson. Max Knight, and Jimmy LangeJo Ann Liddell Milliard Loden Billy May Cecil McWhirter Peggy Ann Morris George Nash Howa rd Pace Tony Parker Geraldine Peeler Shirley Patterson William Pennington Ann Ram age Lois Reed Louise Reed Hal Rieves Robert Riley A. H. Ritter Tommy Ritter Malcolm Roberts ROW ONE: Norris Robinson. Herbert Rollins. Dorothy Rusoe. Henry Sanders, Charles Simms, Jane Smith, Frank Smith, and Harold Stanford. ROW TWO: Victor Stanford. William Stone. Bert Thompson. Joe Tubb, John Varnon, Cecil Wilson, Nina Wright, and Troy Young. President- - — Joel Camp Vice - President--Sidney James Sec. Treasurer--Amita Waldrop Reporter--—--Ernest Gregory Beth Armour Billy Bonds Jimmy Boozer An nette Bowen Doyle Brown Jackie Burdine John Wayne Cadden Shirley Cantrell Benny Chism Margaret Cox Wayne Conwill Sue Davidson % event K Juanita Dean Sara Finney Billy Fields Harold Foote Faye Harmon Hal Haughton Mary Hester Billy Ray Hood Jane Horner Carolyn Hughes Jack Hughes Jeanette James Paul Kelley Barbara Kendrick Ira Kennedy Juanita Knight Billy Lile John LoveAnn Magers Mary Jean Majors Terry McCary Margaret Ming Joan Mize Peggy Monaghan Sammy Moore John Morfee Billy Nesbitt Betty Odum Glenda Palmer Betty Parish Verna Parish Amelia Peeler Francis Parten Terry Perkins Seventh Delores Pennington Betty Rieves Jimmy Pope James Roberts Glenda Sue Roby Jimmy Rorie Robert Rowe Daniel Sargent Thaniel Sargent Clara Jean Stanford Grady Swan Dale Thompson Nellie Tomlin Jimmie Maxine Tubb Bod ine Watson Larry Williams Jerrie Beshears REMEMBER HaDACOL HAFERONSfmu. 4. rsPhilip James Sara Allen s MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST INTELLECTUAL MOST DIGNIFIED SENIOR MOST BEAUTIFULRobert AdamsLou Ann Hutto Frank Albert Woolf WITTIEST JOLLIEST JUNIOR BAJtC § AM£ Membership in the Hal 1 of Fame i s based on character, leadership, scholarship. service and personality. These students were chosen by a faculty committee composed of Mrs. Beauchamp. Mrs. Mayfield, and Miss Moore .Louise Reed, Johnny Wiygul, June Camp, William Armstrong, Mary Nell Creely, Roy Westbrook, Ted Stuart. Pee-wee Webster. Sara Allen, Ralph Kuykendall, Jane Chadwick. Bobby Lowe, Joan Harlow, Charles Whitaker, Gail Hornsby. Keith Cathcart. CO-CAPTAIN CAPTAIN Ralph Kuykendall Ted Stuart ASSISTANT COACH COACH Mr. Norwood Mr. Owen Adams, McCullen. Gann, Curry, Young, Kuykendall, Nash Meredith. Lowe, Gregory, StuartTACKLES Westbrook. Larkin, McCulien, Kuykendall. OwingsBolding HALFBACKS Roberts Meredith GregoryFIRST e r s . Creel Bobby Young ford. kins. ROW: Warren Wright, J, C • Riley, L. C. Price, Jack Flow- Hal Reeves, Ikey Moore. Buddy Crenshaw. Dale Howell. Gerald V George Nash. Jimmy Cowan. Bob Forbus. Slats Rainey, Rlake Cecil Wilson. SECOND ROW: Robert Ril y. Dann i rbirt Soiling.. Terry McCary. Jac Forbu,. »» «« -'James Vaughn. Keith Cathcart. Billy May. Bert Thompson. Johnny Wiygul. Terry Per David Hodo. Mr. Gullick. CHEERLEADERS L ois Reed Barbara Pennington Louise Reed Becky Hodges Mary Jean Brown Betty KnightFIRST ROl : Patsy Meredith. Jane Owings. Mary Nell Cveely , Miss Moore. June Camp. P eqq y Moore. Mary Jane Harris. SECOND ROVJ: Mary Jo Moore. Joan Kendall. Mary Ruth Noland. Frances Monoghan. Elnor Puckett. Annie Broughman. Carolyn Tubb. Mari Jo Magers. Li War o q a-a c e p oVSFIRST ROW: Jack Harris, Dickie Palmer, James Vaughn, Richard Roberts, Dale How ell, Cled Gregory. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Pierce. Jimmy Larkin Dudley Mush. Tommy Curry. Robert Adams. Brookre To.ery. Doug Hodo. Thomas Piero CAPTAIN Dudley Nash ForwardFIRST ROW: Glenda Becky Hodges. Jane Lois Reed. Joan Mi Jimmie Tubb. Peggy Jane Bentley. Marg Palmer. Peggy Morris Fears. Barbara Penni ze. SECOND ROW: Mis Monaghan. Faye Harmo aret Cox. Beth Armour , Louise Reed, ngton. Ann Herndon s Margaret Moore, n. Juanita Knight. . Ann Magers. Joan L i d d e I IPee tOecs FIRST Larry W. C. Jim nry ROW: Joel Camp, Hubert Rollins. William Stone. Williams. Terry McCary SECOND: Mr. Johnny Gullick, Ausborn. James Hood, Tommy Hester, Cliff Hodges, Lange, Earnest Gregory. Dickie Beckham.Bigbee Babe! Camera shy? Squared up Ladies of the lake Why so sad? Could this be the new look? School couldn't be that bad. Same place Same time Same poseDRUM MAJOR Doug Hodo MAJORETTES Joan Sara Mary Bi 1 1 Jane Ha r1o w Allen Ruth Noland ie McFadden Ow i n g sFLUTES Joan Ha rlow Melinda Coyle Jean Marie Horner OBOE Tony Parker CLARINETS Earnest Cadden Billie Jean McFadden Beverly Morris Jean Bently Mary Ruth Noland Becky Hodges Billy May Joan Liddell Dickie Beckham ALTO CLARINET Sara Allen ALTO SAXOPHONES Cliff Hodges Jane Be n t1y TENOR SAXOPHONES Hale Barnett Cecil McWhirter CORONETS Talmadge Patterson Douglas Hodo A. H. Ritter Sara Tubb John Murphee Jane Smith Joel Camp Charles Tubb Larry Fears Tommy Ritter George Nash FRENCH HORNS finniver Nash Rebecca Allison TROMBONES Lou Ann Hutto W. C • Ausborne Eugene Moreland Jimmy L an g e Eason Camp BARITONES Eugene Westbrook Philip Lantrip BASSES Tommy Curry Troy Young PERCUSSION Peggy Ba r n e t t Jane Owings Jean Dunca n Mary Jo Moore Patsy Hawkins Philip James Joe Rieves IThe Great Ben Allah Jessica Aldrich............. Ruth Aldrich................ Roberta Houston............. Hawkins..................... Dorothy..................... Helen Johnson............... Mrs. Schyler Van Schuler... Ben Allen................... Ed Weston................... Professor Randolph Rawlings ....Winniver Nash ..Rebecca Allison ......Joan Ha r1ow William Armstrong •Eva Grace Pullen ........Sara Allen ....Lou Ann Hutto ........Ted Stuart .......Bobb y Lowe .....Philip JamesPeptomisT Editor .Philip James Elementary Editor. .Mary Moore Assistant Editors . . .Ca rolyn Tubb Sports S ue Delle Stuart Art Business Johnny Wiygul Ta 1 madge Patterson Features... Dickie Jones Billie McFadden News June Camp Joyce Glenn Typists.... Louise Hood Arvella Majors Julia Pugh Do ris Glenn Linda Durrett Library Editor.Jimmy Haughton Band Ed i t o r . .Patsy Ha w k i n s Sponsor.... FIRST ROW: Mari Jo Magers, Peggy Moore. Mary Nell Creely. June Camp, Jane Owings. SECOND ROW: Annie Faye Broughman. Marnee Alexander. Mary Ruth Noland, Elnor Puckett, Mary Jo Moore, Miss Moore. A Club FIRST ROW: James Vaughn, Cled Gregory. Bobby Lowe. Ted Stuart. Dewey Monaghan, Dickie Palmer. SECOND ROW: J. V. Gregory. Dale Howell. Richard Roberts. Doug Hodo. Bobby Bolding. William Armstrong. Frank Albert Woolf. Bill Meredith. Thomas Pierce. THIRD ROW: Coach Owen, Jack Harris, Sonny Jones, Robert Adams. Joe McCullen. Ralph Kuykendall.FIRST ROW: D. Sargent. B. Chism, J. Rorie, R. Rowe, B. Lile. E. Gregory, J. Hood, T. McCary, T. Perkins, J. Cadden, W. Cantrell. T. Young, L. Williams. D. Beckham, SECOND ROW: J. Owen. J. Cowan, J. Rieves, B. Curry. E. Moreland. B. Pope, D. Howell. D. Steed, B. Rieves. F. Banks, D. Meredith. J. Forbus. B. Caldwell, Mr. Gu1 lick. THIRD ROW: S. Moore. B. Nesbit, J. Taylor. J. Harris. J. Vaughn, G. Creely, L. Seagers. K. Cathcart. I. Moore. H. Pace. J. Camp, J. Lange, T. Ritter, W. Wright. J. Hughes, L. Brasfield. Vaughn FIRST ROW: P. Lantrip. J. Young. H. W. Greenhill. SECOND ROW: B. Miles E. Westbrook, F. Ritter, C. Tubb. THIRD ROW: J. Miller. J. Burdine J. McKinney, H. Barnett, Miss Haughton. FOURTH ROW: W. Little, T. Ritter. H . Ramage. D. Markham. FIFTH ROW: D. James, J. Bean C. Jones, J. Lantrip. FIRST ROW: S. Hester, M, Berryman, B. Garrett, M. Alexander, J. Glenn, J. Horner. J. Chadwick, P. Hawkins, S. Cadden, W. Little, D. Hodo, G. Holmburg. B. Nall, J. Nash, J. Brown, B. Loden. W. Little. S. Cox, M. Haney. P. Wells. SECOND ROW: B. McFadden. P. Sanford. N. Edwards. J. Duncan, B. Baker, M. Green, A. Majors, A. Francis. F. Herndon, E. Smith, A. Addington. M. Moore, F. Woolf, J. Haughton, H. Culp. B. Reeves. H. Parten, C. Owen W. Nash. M. Cox. L. Leech, N. Price, J. Knight. C. Burke. D. Bowen. THIRD ROW: L. Gretter, D. Glenn, G. Hornsby. P. Roberts, L. Hutto. V. Morris. E. Parish. L. Hood, E. Puckett. L. Brasfield, J. Harris. B. Caldwell. F. Banks. M. Nash. K. Rogers, J. Davidson. J. Owings. J. Kendall. P. Moore. M. Majers. J. Lyle. FOURTH ROW: V. Rye. M. Toney, B. Morris, J. Camp, M. Noland. Henry Sanders. Jimmy Meredith. Charles Kennedy. Eleanor Smith. Ruth Smithson. Barbara Burdine.1b ev V Sanders. Hiss Daqqas , 3nne Cam Barbara BuncYi, Har BuiicVi , B i. j. e 3 HcYadden. Jean BentleY • 'N i. n n x v e r , _ , U««o ton. Tommy Y. tvor P icVeU , ] nauq plvlIvv«tv . y C e e r Cut ri| . ViOMise Hood. Hrs. 'N . N. HavJield. 0 oI'A‘ £ al Hansen. WotK B. 3 oBnson Guy Holmberg. Peggy Wells, Mary g Haney. Susan Cox. Waneta Little, Earlene Johnson. Mary Bunch. Barbara Bunch. Mary Berryman. Sue Hes-ter, Jane Chadwick. Hubert Culp. SECOND ROW: Nola Price. Beverly Morris Jane Bently, Carolyn Owen, Patsy Meredith. Frances Monoghan. Jean Duncan. Joyce Monoghan, Doris Bowen, Joan Lyle. Nancy Edwards. Miss Wood.Clarice Burke, Sara Tubb, Frances Herndon, Jane Davidson. Betty Loden, Helen Parten. Shirley Fowlkes, Louise Gretter, Jo-an Kendall, Mary Jean Brown. Patricio Sanford. Doris McCary, Vivian Morris, Mary Jo Nash, Kay Rogers. Elizabeth Parish. Ruth Sargent. Miss Hoffman, Joyce Plunkett, Betty Nall. Afton Frances, Dawn Sanders. •O'FIRST ROW: Clara Stanford. Ann Rail- age . Helen Callahan, Louise Reed, Lois Reed. Ann Cox. Betty Reeves. Jean Edwards. Ann Magers. Fay Harmon. SECOND ROW: Juanita Dean, Charlene Barber, Faye Carpenter. Dorothy Rusco, Betty Odum, Jane Horner. Anette Bowen, Barbara Kendrick, Ann Herndon, Carolyn Hughs, Sara Finny. Glenda Palmer, Mrs. Norwood THIRD ROW: Shirley Cantrell, Joan Mire, Joan Liddell. Jane Smith. Nina Wright. Shirley Patterson. Betty Parish. Shirley Due. Mary Hester. Verna Parish. Mary Majors. Jane Fears, Margaret Ming. FIRST ROW: William Pennington. Jimmey Pope, Dick Parten, Sidney James. Billy Bonds, Paul Kelly. Jack Burdine. Billy Fields. Dale Thompson. Hal Haughton, John Love. Boodine Watson, Harold Foote, Doyle Brown, John Murfee. Billy Hood. SECOND ROW: Max Knight. Buddy Allen, Frank Smith. W. C. Aus-born. Hal Reeves. Victor Stanford, Larry Fears, Toney Parker, John Varnon. George Nash, Bobby Johnson. Joe Tubb, Wayne Cantrell. Bert Thompson. Gordon Crenshaw. Cecil Wilson. Mr. Rich. THIRD ROW: Larry Holloway. Charles Simms. Harold Stan- ford, William Stone, Cecil McWhirter. Robert Riley. Billy May. A. H. Ritter. Jack Forbus. Herbert Rollins, Lamar Hood, Millard Loden, Norris Robinson, Eason Camp.Grammar j3ckoolMr• Norwood Principal G - A Miss Messer 1-B Miss Jones 1-C Miss Cook 3-A Miss Middle-brook 2-A Miss Leech 2-C Miss Davis 3-B Miss Cason 4-A Miss Montgomery 4-B Miss Green S A Mrs. McKinne 5 - B y Miss Bloodworth Miss Herrington Secretary Music TeacherFIRST J i ram y Tommy Donna Nancy Betty Johnny Riley ROW: Joe Kirk. Eddie Wardlaw. Grady Harmon, Glenn Harris. Leith. Jerry Sanders. Lowery Raley. Frank Crawford. Ledbe t ter Poe. Lucy Stanford. Ledbet ter Stewart . Bu r d i n e . Chr i s Toney. Miller. Susan Jean Sargent. THIRD ROW: SECOND ROW: Glenda Whitten. Wright. Carolyn Riley, Sue Dyson. Patricia Stevens, Sandra May. Carol Parham, Buddy Bryant. Jimmy Bowen, Mrs. H. D.. Page. Gene Earl, Wynell Addington. Don Bar ne s Benny Jimmy Tommy Pennington Baker. Cole. FIRST ROW: Gary Prestridge. Richard Webb Clifford Parish, Kerry Roby, Royce Pickle Ray Lindsey, J. B. Monaghan. Joe Kulovitz SECOND ROW: Jean Cutcliff. Doris Aired. Kathy Williams. Paulette Harrison, Nan Vann. Andra Kiser, Kay Williams, Eleanor McCommon, Barbara Benton, Carolyn Shelton. THIRD ROW Phil Armor, Sandra Caunce, Betty Christian, Dorothy Kendrick, Miss Messer, Sidney Faulker, Dorothy Nichals Brett Johnson. Ellen San fordFIRST ROW: Freddy Hester. Larry Rorie. Jackie Boozer. Russell Grant. Jimmy Coni ill, Jimmy Price, Charles Lang. Larry Due. SECOND ROW: Nancy Langford. Nancy Simmons. Nell Langley. Carolyn Parker. Marilyn Parker. Betty Bryan. Sheryl Grizzle. Dianne Conwill. Mary Kidd. Diane Hitt. THIRD ROW: Carolyne Morgan, Dorothy Clarkson. Dorothy Langford. Carolyn Ann Wren, Mable Armstrong. Elizabeth Stover. B r ennd a Raden , Bobby Miller, Miss Jones. FIRST ROW: Johnnie Lile, Ralph Holmquist, Eugene Ritter. Reuben Harris. Lindsay Lanphere. Bobbie Ho well, Freddie Howell. Lloyd Miner, Norman James. Glenn Flowers. Thomas Bedbetter. SECOND ROW: Glenda Weaver. Carolyn Jenkins. Eudell Seymore. Donna Hathcote, Linda Gregory, Diane Wright. Nancy Lee. Jo Ann Houghton. Linda Noe. Brenda Harrison. Barbara Odom. Wilmuth Creedmore. THIRD ROW: Eugenia Raley. Mary Harris. Mickael Lutzenberger . Warren Pickle. Miss Midd 1 e b r o oke. Danny Sanders. Martha Pickle. Kay Pace.FIRST ROW: Steve Palmer, Wayne Moore, Ronnie Johnson, Turner Lusby. John Seymore. Jimmy Keller. Thomas Berry. Donnie Young, Frank Edwards, Micky Sayne, SECOND ROW: Lynn Pope, Alma Parish. Janice Franklin. Dottie Simmons. Betty Jo Gann. Harriett Woolf e . Sandra Sellers. Janie Hathcock. Joyce Morgan. Jane McCary. Judy McCary. Betty Smith. THIRD ROW: Sidney Howell. Clyde Dyson, Mary Lann, Van Hudson. Geneva Lindsey. Madge Clarke, Jimmy Elliott. Bobby Hill. Linda Isbell. Douglas Mixon. David Messingill. FIRST ROW: Jimmy Tibbett. LarrV Morris. Larry Pennington. Ed- win Reeves. Gary Page. Ray Miller. George Shumpert. Kenton Vaughn, Harold Roberts. Johnnie Conwill. SECOND ROW: Shirley Lartip. Katie Blake. Martha Reece. Gloria Rather. Judy Brooks. Shelby Lindsey. Faye Lindsey. Judy Larkin. Hazel Sims. Kathie Tubb. Lydia Moon. THIRD ROW: Kinney Hill. Jackie Stephens. Sarah Sanders, Jean Gilmore. Ann Duncan. Miss Leech, Darla Fears, Betty Kynerd. Linda Kay Young. Edwin Reeves, Basil Howard.FIRST ROW: Charles Webster. Terry Glisson, Billy Taylor. Tommy Hill. Bill McKinney. Paul James, Thomas Ritter. Staub Halbert, Tommy Hawkins. Buddy Stewart. SECOND ROW: Hilda Forbus, Mary Lyle, Peggy Box. Martha Johnson. Glenda Scates, Linda Crawford, Linda Ritter, Carolyn Lawrence. Kaye Stockton. Wanda Price. Linda Lewis. Delores Leech. Carolyn Rollins, Betty Berry. THIRD ROW: Minnie Price, Sarah Alexander. Earlie Burke, Bubba Morris, Larry Tubb, Carolyn McCommon, Miss Cook, Donna Crawford. Bobby Parham, Tommy Sargent, Harold Parten. Connie James, Reveland Miller. FIRST ROW: Lee Polizzi, Wayne Fowlkes. Durren Westbrook. Larry Herndon. Boyd Moses. Harrel Fooshee. Doug Seagers. Billy Chism. Jimmy Smith. Doug Patterson, Billy Tibbitt, Charles Caldwell. Phil Roberts. Jimmy Sullivan. SECOND ROW: Patricia Hitt. Yolanda Kidd, Marilyn Brown. Maretia Lyle, Lana Thompson. Bennie Coggin. Ann Hood. Marilyn Tackitt. Susie Stockton, Peggy Ledbetter. Gloria Bolding, Patsy Monoghan, Joby Smith, Patsy Moore. THIRD ROW: William Dyer. Johnny Dyer, Larry Prestridge, Suzanne Murfee, Carolyn Camp, Miss Davis, Patricia Crimn, Martha Cutcliff, Jimmy Roby. George Moreland. Thomas Bowen.FIRST ROW: Fletcher Burdine. Jerry Boozer, Noel Harmon, Clyde Tubb, Marker Ledbetter, Nelson Beckham, Ronald Ramage. Douglas Greenhill. Courtney Carson, Tom Davidson, Bobby Leach. SECOND ROW: Rebecca Kendall, Linda Ellinwood, Betty Pennington, Becky Kennedy, Barbara Parham, Carol Brooks, Jean Howard, Lucrecia Kidd, Doris Nichols. Sylvia Sullivan. Ann McKinney. Marion Stover. THIRD ROW: Buddy Peeler, Judy Thompson. Faye Adams, Donna Putman, Joan Love. Miss Cason. Linda Blake. Era Brown, Wanda Taylor. Diane Stanford, Mary Lovern, Charles Kendricks. ROW: Johnny Wilkerson, Jimmy Roberts, Dye, Donald Gilliam. Colon Mixon, Mack Clement, Carroll Winters, Rufus Bowen. Tibbetts. Mary Kennedy. Joyce Jenkins. Rainey. Mary Wilbands. Nancy Glenn. Mary Chandler. Melissa Cutcliff, Faye Wardlaw FIRST Jimmy Grady Peggy Julia Ca r o 1 THIRD ROW: Miss Mary Welch. Mary Beverly Sullivan Susanne Grayson. Howell Tubb, Howell , SECOND ROW: Joyce Price. Coker . Ella Ritter Montgomery. Nell Stanford. Bobbie Foote, Wilkinson. Bennie Hutto. June Smith. Patricia Sellers, Joyce Hughes.FIRST ROW: Billy Reeves. Keith Smith. James Jones. Frank Egger. James Leach. Cobern Bowen. Frank Finney. Jimmy Chism, Lonnie Edwards. SECOND ROW: Charlie Crawford. Faye Smith. Gwyn Wallace, Patsy Markham, Christine Lucas, Dot Toney, Claudette Jennings, Nettie Armstrong. THIRD ROW: Miss Green, Wesley Reed,Doris Pierce, Ramona Hood, Gussie Armstrong, Mary Isbell, Lynn Duvall, John Bloom, FIRST ROW: Gary Hood. Jimmy Broughman, Lester Kimbrough. Gary Glisson, Vernon Boyd. Frank Patterson. Lawrence Shackleford. Hal Moore. SECOND ROW: Mary Coleman, Bernice Due, Margaret Martin, Dorothy Knight, Mae Smith. Shelbie Stanford, Emily Stevens. Jeweldene Cantrell. Joyce Thompson. Mary Isbell, Lynn Hornsby, THIRD ROW: Mrs. R. L. McKinney, Fay Bentan, Linda Davis. Billy Ford. Roy Parham. Earl Bunch. Johnny Smith. Gene Mixon. Linda Wright, Beverly Miller.FIRST ROW: Don Miller. Carl Palmer, Charles Geyer. Monte Lee. Marshall Boyd, Danny Young, Wayne Thompson, James Taylor, Bob Forbus. L, C. Price. Richard Lyle. SECOND ROW: Minnie Hitt. Dale Hester, Juanita Hathcock, Martha Hall, Martha Mize, Charlene Johnson, Emma Welch. Anita Baker. Julia Pickle, Peggy Murphy, Nancy Rieves, Hazel Wright. Joan Wright. THIRD ROW: Louise Leach, Edward Coker. Lillard Hathcock. David Hodo, Mr. Norwood. George Alexander. Jerry Ford. Jack Flowers. Bobby Wardlaw, Barbara Miller. FIRST ROW: Frank Durrett. J. C. Riley. Mickey Murfee. Billy Rainey, James Taylor. Derral Jones. Jackie Lawrence, Helen Sanders, Bob Harmon, Peyton Meredith, Clayton Meredith. SECOND ROW: Linda Tibbets. Eleanor Crabtree. Mary Knight. Carol Larkin. Anna Puckett, Cameliann Majors. Charlotte Owings, Linda Bolding, Bettie Wardlaw. Shirley Kendrick. Mary Sanders. THIRD ROW: Bobby Blake. Donald Banks. Wayne Stanford. Lewis Hitt, Floyd Reeves, Johnny Gann, Mrs. Camp, Harold Narron, , Price Burdine, James Seymore, James Bowen.Julie Pickle Miss A.E.S. Best Citizen w HOO'S vi HOr Frank Durrett — — Mr. A . E . S . Most Handsome Most Musical Minnie Hitt Billy Rainey Neatest Donald Banks Most Courteous Mickey Murfee Bernice Due Best Athlete L. C. Price Nancy Rieves David Hodo Best Citizen Most Artistic Barbara Bobby Miller Wardlaw Most Jimmy Ch i Most Popu Talented sm Louise Leech larMost Versatile An na Puckett Most Beautiful Most Studious Neatest Most Versatile Don Mill e r Most Studious Bobb y Fo rbus Linda Bolding Jack FlowersCOULD THIS BE A . H. S. 1. Puddin Powell 9 . Mary Rich 2. Sonny Mayfield 10 . Ginger Burdine 3. Irma Allison 11 . I da Bake r 4. Dalie Dugan 12 . Ace Wood 5. Buckshot Glenn 13 . Bugs Whitaker. fi. Etta Moore 14 . Red Pullen 7. Gertrude Gullick 15 . Winnie Majors 8. Bolivar Wiygul IB . Jake Allen 17. 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