Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS)

 - Class of 1953

Page 1 of 88

 

Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1953 Edition, Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1953 Edition, Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1953 Edition, Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1953 Edition, Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1953 Edition, Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1953 Edition, Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1953 Edition, Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1953 Edition, Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1953 Edition, Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1953 Edition, Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1953 Edition, Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1953 Edition, Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1953 volume:

,.-safkzgf . f 1 55 V .1 f. -. -I -U-1 y. ' 1, Q.. sf-fa 1-'ff f' ', " '- v?":, "Q 0 'rfz QL' 4 'P' - J. . 14 1- :FFL V' .tcm W .QL . f,.f 'I - V 'll' ' ' .- N-r Qj:.:, , A q A'Al 11 193, 555: -"' ' ','f . gfi? .,i?f3, . ' 3 s 1:-'-L .' ' 5 E' -:fi f 'ill l if - H!! 2 ,' f ', -AQ rg QW .1 '. fb' ,4,,,-,4-, fu' 1 , V' .4 ,L -J. .,x 1 ll '. '."'l-I 2,..1 "N' nn , Na+ 'E .ii . wq I 'r N" fd -UWA ,mix J. N 5? hfi af v C 4 Vi-fn "1 'Pte Q an iw rw 'fe-ff' 7 U4 n vs n J r I w N lu 'Q-.'f-'mf-1, 1:,,wwlfQ , 5 - , I 'J ' .Q " ',, - -,, v-'V' ' ll' 'f 3.2-f-.uf g- ' X :ff F ' A' 1: 4 ' wtf' '3wf'k,irI"fQ'Zf""i- :iw':"ff.."" V .X nf ,Y ,4 ' L Tv 'f-A Oj ' 111g-'Eli'-,Z-0-1:5 E'v.'-'1?v,. S U" ja , ,fi 5 fdkgn--H '-1,1 Q-4:i'1' JL. A: x A In C , id. 4 .4 . Y k,', bfi, " 1 ' .fu ' H1 ' ' Y, W J' "' I." -?'Y:,7-fi'- ' A 'T , ,UR1 , I. ,L 1 Qui ,,.,'1,! . , A ,I mt. A, f ,, ,: r,.j55-1 .,y- E95 QQ L F-,,+ 2 ' . 1+ 'wi -51?ti'f1v:sf:p" I f A if .ie11' 5i, -' ff f A44 1sm- ' g- 243 .- -1 5-:i1I.A, .,'. '. -,fv ,inf ZQFIAF A-7 3 ,U J - fy, .' 1 . U-A '.f -fb -smgrgf 1 . :.11.'.,.,.3 JL: 4, , 1 "-,- 3 uw. P-1-,,,.M WV uf U ' VN, 54-R :IM A A15 L6-.auf 'gm ni- 9.1, ., 11 , ,,v fi iff-l,.v 7 Trfv ,":fr.If- 1"' 'I' PF-., - QQ!-, V 5,4 , ' , 1 5-rn 1 W, 1.,, ,- - 4 . ww. ,., - .. , 1 ,A - +V .I lk.-,Ib-, 3",,., : .ig L.-2-.' , . .,w, V : 'Q ,U 11,7 .-vw.:-F-vv.A,. J, h ,1 .w-,M 2, ,, 3.-:J ,mr :rl 1. I wxlvx lArT?H!?:lgIu :, i::H 'V A.: -5. .,, I+: 3--.51-,Q 4. 45, A, ii Q . ,.,'.,- gi 4'. U-1:1 Vis' Q,-'V 'ff' .gi W, l"'f..Q ii-2-v!.' :P -rllgtuqvxfg' . I Q 'V .. ,L , 3 Piqf-4 .f-ff? .swf 5 Q. 'gf,"" I - ' YH' -AFT. . ,.1yf1g,A.'-' ' " Vt ff Mr ' 'E' K NL.--ff ' -Y ' I Ei' "W "ui: A "M, . yi 5' ,S m','f ,I 55: 1, JI F fmlgifux -H! ,v .--.1 I' G ,-,r'1- V , E.. '- .. .Z 'QL 4- Jhlg -' .-,195--1-'fv' 'A f, J ',.Z'BL,l': , , ,..4rf"Qi VML1 gg. -.-, J . ,Q ,, vw, ,I 1 A. 'tl 5 .',F'.:L,-.1.l"' 1 E '-" :V .L1..1,.-g,". f L J' - . 1, V. Q- ,IL---A .g,-f,q,f.--535, f..gr.f', 'll sg ". .Q 'l ff: 1 'L ' "If" ff 3-' ' , D . 1 Ar .1 1' .-k '5 -f.,Q,j U' .,,,V,, 55' i' ' : A 3 "'ff-af: in f-H' Eff?--'L A' ' I' ' I ly, ' r . , ' vw 1 .,z.,','Z" F ..y',,, j... ' .R A Im, V' IL :aw yi.. l w, ik '..5:!:.f bexlxfqiigtrgwl X , Rth q -, V fa v- , ,1 N, 1 ., 3.1 ..'J,9,-,-1 1, l 4. A, A. Jxj L F--E-f'J't F ' '.. 'v'w. ' 'ra' "4 1 ' Jlsliwiv' 'V-'Y'-: ' -'l-l -xi'mi.eZ3,fz'i V I' . 2 4- fm 'I , 1, Us -' -' ..,', ,L-'.:,g,i'.', J . Y: , E+ 345.52 ,, -' -ml I' gg! "TJ, ,J LJ: .ig,',1.gv Swag' 'HL , ' vz' ff f., ,.'lT"TT"'.? , IIN: ..ma.7i'-62" 1: rl,: Ag4l" ,M 1.. - 04, -,iw F., if ,. rg ,, ' ' . ,-.1 1 ' " LQ, ."., . 4,-41.-'t' .ff . - ,U "Ziff ' L "rf'fiL1fi,,g47.' ,, 11 .5 319' ' H JA N L - .' V. fu -,X - .. ...vf .X , I. . . "' .J?:'Q,,' fl ,,,,.1fU' ffl-eff Di, v'Lf"1a..f.',IY ' 'Rf " w :1,.,.M1"' L" X rl-5' 2:31 Q Y' V ' "l'F',4Q4 , fr- , ' -MQJ. .::4fw"?' "" ?5"'f.:.:Q?' , Q Mp . ., E 1 .4 W. 1,15 'JA-.-pp ', -1 1". '.' -' -N'T " 1'?'?- 'lf,I.-- N -'NFL' ' ""-55 "F '-2:57 -if fs ,- gn -N 1 W- '- 1, 'eq ,wip-11+ - flr 11 - . . ' ' A-H 73 "1 'gli-1 g'l'L:,z! 1. W.-pr -f..,f'9?fn ' 'T 1 .1 ,w:..17,-L, xii V 25 f !..',,, fr v' 'P . ,'." . '. "' 'JL - ng ' I, ""-,fn V n1.1,,.4 . 1 , . .A L Av N ,L J, E110 :V xi.-.vu-im N .4 .. . . 'V , . ,,. ,, A + . X V ,L .Ll ' , H- 1 5 ,g,," ',,-5.1-1' gf, ' 1 'Q W "-,HJ4 ' V. .M ' . 11 1, ' ,. V' rff,,, ,..,,1:'ri',f ' fd! H , xl " f", A+' 4, ' " - A' ' 'NCT' " 'ij-Q! '.n',5'1 " 'W' PTH 7 M 'N '.'1 f -- ' diff'-'X ' nn' ' -31"-'I 'lgnl ,.'4,f5!-II-sjgi-f,.:'t JN 1 "f' - Lg ln Y "L ,F wr im.: il.. X, wig x fum H ,wid u uk xl I H , r N nr ,J .A N - I .T',AJLT- . ' .L " Y -:I-. Q -Uv 2 : V1-if if 5 df' W' ' X- ' W nd' I , ,H f I -Ei:i.,5a 5: I Sm-it H-Y! , r 4 - C CH'- -. 1fL i. " I is n x nv ',r . qw 4 X H in in v I-v.,eL:- N 1-1 .nil-i , t :mf 4 vfk , w , " Egg - , yr '-' 'fd gm - ' 'U atv, 5 ,. 1 i I - . , .1 ,A J L ' : '. ' :'f ,- .,r,-" ,U . ., NT' ff' -4 'I I K. I! L92 ..., N , V N . ' , , ,zxi , ,'-- ,A 'Ji .I v , I. ,V Y .HH L, xdftclxlyti rn- XZEFAZLIA J. N A ' fn' 2345? M. 3 'if' , V . , W-ffqgr ' -- 4' a':1+.:'-f'. 3 n .rg -' -: , ,1-I-1 ,,, V, A I Ji-. , ,A -hwy, , 'I' 2 A -A 5 we Y 5- i- la ' f J.-1 ' ,' X .:, '-rn-7.-ef gs, Y l A ' Q-vcwiii in-.Ag iw Ln. .L 1,-I .vig LL.. H ,.:'g1.. ,,,' pa-T' 'IW v 1.-Q7 , , "H w ' A Y A1 ' " 'u I I ' I' V ' V '- i f' ' '. ' , , ' 'fl . M:,,:v . h , x.:,. ' H - ,' 1"5"J'.'3 g, , 4 ' ' X X ,,, - V, -af' 'Q if:-Xafrrf,-' . J Q . 1- 'jfiS 4-Yifam , .1- ' ' .. . H . .l. ' 3'-Sh. ' , gk ' m N - , , ,A . f W 3 1 if- . ' H ' -:A 'r . - ' ' " ,-. -' , Afgv, 4' 4. '. ni. .'-1 ". f. . A Y . .Tvh -' "' 1' f '- 1'1" "v A rs-,cr H ,,v: ' ig- - - H H, fwqn, -, wx 1 I . N, 54 1 f I di ,aff , 1 1 . Y L if r " ." , 5-.,. .-- ' I .L . . 1 r.., , V lx 2 41 N .W xl it 1 i :, -.f ,- XIEFQ-I-rH', - uhh' ,151 ,:- N, 1 V E. - , WP"-,-,qi ' - H ' -1 zj ' f ---1 ' f P H' J' ' g+To.HfE.':L , . , , 4 . - - .N . . , . ., W' x ' 1, Y "' , ' . .. ,, ', . Lag' I-333 .. EPQTQL' Q . " '.' ' filvfff VN!" 45' "ill -fLr:?9'fi'-q:+:i- -4. ,V vm Y ak, El. ,, N Z J:',f.':L'V- 2 U . L E: ' '. , "- !m..,figf1" -g . i'm4,fv,v:,,L ',. , FL, 1: a4h,Hg5,f,nP . , , b . 1-3 U ? 'Q W .. f., uf' , ' lv' ,- ,- ,'.- V 11- V 1 .-'+4lFi'5"'1, -5 P ,.f-. ' . . YIQGI. I' up ?-. ,lui QL - 1' 3' -10 ' vjfr ,'ff'.1,vv, in . 4 Fifi! . -35-I , ' aiji. W., 1 A' Q-X-gfrfalg, 2,1 ,, .'.-5,-1,5 . M4 43 ,. ,,-- .uw -pref ' ' ' , , 3 I . I- -- I , ,, lg-gQT.H iii-tv!-Q 1-Lf?-If -.zjttil i... 5 "':+?.j I' A ,f ,V K '- , qw .V 35,12 L., if, 'wlP,M,rffl,iQ+U' Q S- ,' -'pay , H 1,41 5 .' '-1-if W 5, - ,,-.w1.1,.A1'G :H-QP, Aa. 1, , ' ,M ' f, 1 1-lnffy F ' J' '- '.:,q, -if.. C 5-.,?ivV1,'i 4' 1 ' I, fl., !, '. A 1 ' --" 4: .':h.,w " ' ,-. ' ' ,L Lv. Fw. ' - 1 .J '- If --lv in HR' - ' -' V' U 4 , f .4-W: :I . Lu- is-'qq' kg 'i -:5.v-mlm' ' -fn A nw!-S., yy! Img, , , v ' " I " .. . vr.q'l1g l.- I .kv :W .M 4 A- .--A all H. 1 N s':.f 'fu Iv I ' 11, , Sf V Q. ,,. .. L A, .f,-A mp.. , ,, i- mf 'Lf' 'FW .QKHLB gf,':'--W2 ,5-1-Mi V .. .' , 1 w V' ' 1? 4. 1521 . Eff 'M 4 -"f"- A 114 zz 1 '.. -g" C .1 ,fr 1, V, -I R73 V iigf . ,. ' -Ayr '5 - 9-,q.l:.,' U ' 1-.4 .'Iif,fSn'fl', 'M ' ',"tQfb"'Qf12Qw,V in 1 - , 5515- rf. I- iw, Nfl- f ,Za 'hi wx.. ly :QI A ggi' V' , ff , ilfk-J N 'I hifi-3., " ' 31.51 il X 1 t' . f Q If I 'fjf , F , ll ' . ,, N '.. " '-J 13.94" ghd! V -J ' -4 ' ' .1 , 'V ' ' I -' .-,-M 5' 'f54'7.:2i1 ' 2r1'l2'E" "QW.,g 1- '1 f .' . 1-df . . . 1-C' .f1'f. ,: H' "",v:-.f'lf,.' 1,51-1 -. Q.1'iHg.J.,.LLf.g'Hf Lfbr ' EE , ,. H-:Q .,.-Ep. - ,H-if .J ff 1, '. fy 'Lf cf. ,, 1' , U, D+,-Q ,Ep ' Awfg'- mhz' Nqr 4 1. Aff'-,'-"",1 It L1 n Hb' ' - 'I A ---Q Quai ry I ., T" if ' M". -1- r N 6.""4',1'xx 'MV E 'Z' 41"-"' 'i '. ' " ' . A - .'lu-'L l -295 " N -1 - A 1 f -' . e.. :'1..,.'-95.4, . f :L .,.f , 41 - ...,, Q b --' 5,5 M. 3-. 1 V . . -HMA,-.f Ji my ',?m,, 99' try' yi' ,, .' E1 'J' ab- -1' V - ' 1' ' .1 aw ,y,, at . 4 fn-h.,.1,. L6 ' iv' ,fn .,, ,'- , ., -I .- 1.3-, -1 . ' 1 , H-- , - "WH -, -2 A -' 1' 1-1 ' - ge- fu' , A f. . . ' V AML , ' ' 'U - ' - ' ' L ."':'rif, . Fi .- . A A 1 5- iw- V wry' 1 "' K, ww - A P fan , ' 1 aPf?554wlv., L, ' , --f-15 Y Mg. 'J ' "Y ,Yi ' w-1+ law? V -'Mm ' " . Eiga-.1 A 2 x I I i ! r 5 5 i E L I rx I E n 'X A x is 's9'OO8l" mo 4,00 oi, OKQO N090 Ubi? . 06 'wo SX Ns N026 QQQ 69 ok Q35 4. 'CW' QW? 40040 exwqsiwo -3 ko? xx KD? 955 9 qw 'so-9 90 Qioeoow fo ok ooo ok Q9 4004, iS42a9l :bo fo -wlowlxoqw 'wb QNQ keg Xu X,-1, Gfevoqo ok We N9 Q 9904000 Gvoks Wok , fo Qfzrooo 040052 Qska 'Coal- Aeme mo c,o4Oo , -goo, ce, iw-io :Wwe 2-ooow 'bob 'iofzv fw, mek, wwe, -wxoe . 4:iw,g0oC,0YVfvoo,428J5'04 'Qwobfz,Oo44,e,ww ,9iooee fa-044,04 K UN llllZAIIllN . x -I., . ,fl 4 2-mv ' rw '9 ax I .1 Y xvql ae. m fa ' X' qi- , . 'J .. -A M G rf. E' .-in .4 , V :iii ' ' . 1 .. - ,, '. 1 "ff 1 E qu' fin' - Y Q . X,.l4'. fix' - 1'4" I sn" A' In 'M' ' ' .nf 5' Q , -.. ,Km ' .. , , - ' "' W 2 -, -A ,, 'F.5?3'I '- - .4 - I Q , , -I . s 7- -r fr i s Q N1-T-f"'3c , .3""' A K, - .,, x ff' pr -i - I A 1 v .lk 4 M ah yx ef y Q , x 4 1 I 4' 'X Q - A . M x Qs . Nl ' . , Y mx , y ,, , D" 3 .N 'ff-,vs s, .-1 . A. 4 .5 'E W Q13 t" 1, .ss N- , t ss A M 4 . wr, K. ,g..- UT C., if 9.5 , ,-ghlqis le' , . - . . Q-"f Q - -1' .R 5' : a'4.' ' Luge -: Q?" 1 w- -f' ' F' .4 . JH -f .r W7-' """--"he: "f-Nffih-lim' fm - .- Outside on the campus on the steps of the Hut... tooting at the Band Hut... Phys. Ed. at the Armory. typing after school...and many hours spent in the halls of AHS., ,J K ., 351' wi.: if Q1 2 'xi' 2 Q 31? 1 w ff -as fqk, ,fx f . l 5 e NI? 4, ! F i g g B h 1 " an 2, Aff l S f 'V ' ,, ff?-JN gi 3 S Y x W -dw, 1. KM -' Lf' W - kg'- 1 '. 1 , , , I is fifty H 4, 7 .rhk tfn x., lg 5 w,,4Q:y-wrwzafyff gi 4'Ukg11zgf,,- L f f 6' 'Hr Students and teachers working to gether through all of the scenes and plots in preparation for the leader- ship of AHS today and America to- morrow. FilInCd...lD year Of excitement and upheavel...the pres- idential campaign...the Korean War. forest fires..ball gamesntests.. assembly programs. You know her well--not only from meeting her each day in the classroom, but because of the interest she has in each of us: encouraging us to give our best to our workg praising us when we need it most--giving unsparingly of her time for our activities both in school and outside, Patience, understanding, and sin- cerity, with a flash of Wit and good humor are hers. Because of this and because we love and accept her as one of us, We ded- icate the 1953 Panorama to Miss Jane Wood. 'W See the teachers have school, too! MR. CHARLES L. LEWIS Mississippi College, Duke Superintendent MRS, I, W, BEAUCHAMP Peabody Principal and Foreign Languages MR, EUGENE TENNISON Mississippi State, Peabody Science, Social Studies MRS, W, N, MAYFIELD M,S.C,W, , Peabody Mathematics MISS JANE WOOD Blue Mountain English MR. TOMMY OWENS Vanderbilt, Kentucky Director of Physical Education Social Studies MISS MARY IDA HOFFMAN Miss. Southern, Tennessee Home Economics MISS GERTRUDE HAUGHTON M, S , C , W, History Compliments of TUBB FLOWER SHOP 7 if E , -2 ,ai V. , tfgsiftn M a Ries , MR. MURPHY LOWTHER Mississippi College Physical Education, Social Studies MISS CLAYDEEN FREEMAN M, S . C , W, Physiology Girls' Director of Physical Educa- tion " .... and get this made up M155 CECE MCCOY aS Soon as possible !" Col, College, Bob Jones University, University of Minn. English MISS MARGRET DOUGLAS Blue Mountain, Vanderbilt Commercial Subjects MR, T, W, AMMON Ole Miss Director of Band MISS MARY ALICE JACKSON M.S.C.W. Mathematics MRS, FRED COWDEN M,S,C,W,, Miss. Southern Director of Music MRS, ROBERTA ABNEY M,S.C,W,, Alabama Librarian MISS KATE GRIFFIN Miss. Southern Social Studies MRS. DAVID KENNEDY Compliments of Secretary TINLIKTCFYKT DDINC CPDKITFU' C"T"A'T'TfT'NIf 1 HASSES l i , 4171 The subject s dry the 1ecture's deep If she should stop before Iwake Pinch me quick for goodness sake. Y Now I sit me down to sleep. Sl lllll MASS Q. 1 ' -+ ei, , '5ii5l??g211:27-'i ,. ii T 'E alzrmar 4,., ff A Q as ' fx lf if 7 fl Bi 1 X f K ' ,Ser 'AG H f raksig A V ,jfQZif1i?f" fz , A HEP 2 ' iff . 2 Y ' MARNEE ALEXANDH2 "She was a phantom of delight, " Glee Club, Annual, Broadcasting Club, Head Cheer Leader. HA LE BARNETT "History is more or less bunk." Band, Glee Club, Current Events. JO NELLE BASS "Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well," Glee Club, Broadcasting Club, Library Club. JOHN BEAN "The worst is past," Current Events Club. JEAN BENTLEY "l will be the pattern of all patience." Band, Broadcasting Club, Dramatic Club, MARY BERRYMAN "Here is a dear and true friend." Glee Club, Dramatic Club, BOBBY BOLDING "I have laid aside business and gone fishing." Football, A-Club. MARY BUNCH "She is ever fair and never proud, Has tongue at will and yet is never loud." Glee Club, Broadcasting Club, Dramatic Club, cil, Senior Homecoming Maid Class Officer. BARBARA BURDINE "Man delights not me. " Glee Club, I-Iomemaker's Club. CLASS OFFICERS PrSSidCI1I ..... Billy Fred Garrett Vice President ..... Mary Bunch Secretary-Treasurer . . Elizabeth Mann Reporter ..... Eugene Westbrook 10 Student Coun -Q DOROTHY CODY "A good heart's worth gold." Glee Club, Broadcasting Club. JEAN DUNCAN "All for love and nothing for reward." Glee Club, Broadcasting Club, Dramatic Club. LINDA DURRETT "It is easier not to speak a word at all than to speak more words than we should." Glee Club, Annual Staff, Student Council. ll' J . SHIRLEY Fowucss sf'gi'9 r gaiit "They laugh that win." ' ' "' .3 W Glee Club, Broadcasting Club, Homemakers Club. fi ' ' , .ao 5. 4' JOE GANN And say to all the world, "This is a man!" Glee Club, Broadcasting Club, Football, A-Club. BILLY FRED GARRETT "The lady doth protest too much, me thinks. " Class president, AnnualStaff, A-Club, Football. BEVERLY GILMORE "Young in limbs, in judgment old," , Glee Club, Broadcasting Club, Dramatic Club. 3? JOYCE GLENN "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart, " Peptornist Staff, Glee Club. WILLIAM GREENHILL "A lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing," Current Events Club. CLED GREGORY "A woman is a dish for the gods," Captain Football, A-Club, Basketball. 11 J. V, GREGORY "The force of his own merit makes his way." Football, A-C lub MARY BLANCHE HANEY "They are never alone that are accompanied with noble thoughts. " Peptomist Staff, Glee Club MARY JANE HARRIS "She hath a heart as sound as a bel1." Band, Cheer leader, Basketball, Track, A-Club PATSY HAWKINS "Love is a sickness, full of woes," Peptomist Staff, Band, Glee Club, Broadcasting Club FRANCES HERNDON "None ever loved, but at first sight they loved." Glee Club, Dramatic Club PEGGY HESTER "Love me little, love me long." Glee Club, Dramatic Club ELEANOR HOWELL 'Laugh yourself into stitches." Glee Club, Broadcasting Club, Annual Staff, Dramatic Club Basketball, Senior Homecoming Maid DON JAMES "A woman would run through fire and water for such a kind heart." Library Club EARLINE JOHNSON "I shall laugh myself to death." Dramatic Club, Broadcasting Club, Basketball PHILLIP LA NTRIP "Do something, if that doesn't work, try something else." Band, Glee Club, Current Events Club 12 .figs V1 1 - pil" . t 1 t ' , 1 4' A , .t. BETTY JEAN LODEN "My care is like my shadow in the sun- Follows me flying-Flies when I pursue it," Glee Club, A-Club DORIS McCARY "Remember there are two sides to every question Get both." Dramatic Club, Basketball JOE MCCULLEN "He is as full of valor as of kindness." Co-Captain Football, A-Club, President Student Council JIM MCKINNEY "As upright as the cedar." Annual staff, Football, A-Club ELIZABETH MANN "Always do right, This will gratify some people and astorush the rest." ,af Glee Club, Editor of Annual, Student Council, Class Officer Basketball DOUG MARKHAM "l am a feather for each wind that blows." Current Events Club HOLLIE MATTHEWS "She's beautiful and therefore to wooed, She's a woman and therefore to be won." Glce Club, Annual Staff, Dramatic Club, Senior Homecoming Maid BILLY MILES "l am not in the roll of common men." Band, Glee Club, Annual Staff, Dramatic Club FRANCES MONAGHAN "l have no other but a woman's reason." Basketball, A Club CAROLYN MOSS "Speak softly and carry a big stick." Glee Club, Dramatic Club 13 -'mf JEAN NASH "Methinks men should be what they seem." Peptomist Staff, Broadcasting Club, Glee Club JULIA PUGH "I would rather be right than be President." Broadcasting Club, Library Club MARTHA R EESE "Wedding is destiny and hanging likewise, " Glee Club, Homemakers' Club THOMAS RITTER "I charge thee, fling away ambition, By that sin fell the angels," Broadcasting Club, Safety Club DAWN SANDERS "Sweets to the sweet: Farewelll' Editor of Peptomist, Broadcasting Club, Homecoming Queen FAYE THRASHER This word "love," which greybeards call divine, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Basketball B . ,,,-f X Charles Tubb I H 'I am sure care's an enemy to life. " A 3 Band, Current Events Club Sl ax sv V y y F PEGGY WELLS -12' ,,1,i "There is nothing final between friends." H ' Glee Club, Dramatic Club zl' Q iiih 'E' 'ar 3535 issei EUGENE WES TBROOK "What are we here for?" Band, Glee Club, Football, A Club, Class Officer JOEY YOUNG "Love is blind!" Band, Glee Club, Current Events Club 14 X President . . James Vaughn Vice-Pres , . Johnny Wiygul Sec. Treas .... Sara Tubb Ext Reporter. .James Leo Segars .3 Pe NJ Cxbf f Ziff' d!0gfQig Q. 'nestine Adams :ttye Jean Baker 'ank Banks - :ggy Barnett 1,' re Brasfield Rr- t ary Jean Brown Jmmy Bunch ,Hy Caldwell :rald Creely .Chard Coggin ,lly Currey xncy Edwards re Forbus mrinne Francis mrbara Garrett argalo Green mes Edward Harris Compliments of HORNER 'S AIRWAY FOODS 4 JU IUR ClASS A , i 1' 1 T' 'Y' 45 ,Y 3 1. ' l .1 v x --. E153 Q 2 -w , 35 , -0- lv, ffXp? I Mary Ann Hester Jean Marie Horner Gail Hornsby Dale Howell .Taunita Hughes Dickie .Tones pn , V' gg! Q sls it L fill: .iliit USOI7 ii T. ,,,,, T qmnykmnn Q- Vl iy g' "- .Tune Knight Q Charles Kenned Shirley Kennedy E ' .Terry Lee .mi yryi P5 fit. - F' L , y A' i H Jwgf . .. A x Lucy Leech Gene Lusby 4' Joan Lyle Bobby Jean Mal Don Meredith Don Mize Joyce Monaghar lkey Moore , i Compliments' 'ii M PICKLE HARDW 1 and LL 5 FURNITURE "0 ' J.-:L z .li Mai COMPANY Eugene Moreland Mary Jo Nash Nola Pearl Price Billy Pope Joe Rieves Peggi Roberts Richard Roberts 3 Kay Rogers i Virginia Rye Leo Segars x ,-M lx J Donald Steed James Taylor Marjean Toney Brook Towery Sara Tubb James Vaughn Johnny Wiygul Warren Wright 2 J , 'fl ii VAL, 'Yr' l Q is 4' 4 fn x, Compliments of ROWAN HARDWARE and FURNITURE . -I 1 Q . 1 ' I 40X 5 -me If N liz, I ll :IIN N, nl I Dx il .- lx .,,,' X J F' is 'fir 4.4" ' 'Z 4- -5' 119' wr. Q. JY' SIIPHIIMIIRI W, C. Au Jane Ben sborn tley Dickie Beckham Helen Ca llahan Eason Camp Keith Cathcart Jimmy C OWa1'1 Melinda Coyle Gordon Crenshaw Shirley Due Tommie Edwards Martha Fulkner Jane Fears Larry Fe aI'S Dot Flowers Jack Forbus Ann Hern don Edith Hester Tommy Hester Becky Ho dges Cliff Hodges Larry Ho lloway James Hood Jack Howell Jo Ann Liddell Billy May Bill Mere OFFIC ERS President Jimmy Cowa Vice President Buddy Allen Sec. Treasurer Joe Tubb Reporter Lois Reed dith Compliments of PACE GROCERY l'l Mgl if , Cecil McWhirter Peggy Morris John Elrner Owen John Walter Owen Tony Parker Buddy Pace Shirley Patterson Ba rba ra Pennington William Pennington Lois Reed Louise Reed Bobby Reeves A. H. Ritter Tommy Ritter Norris Robinson Herbert Rollins Dorthy Rusoe Janice Sanders Frank Smith Jane Smith Mary Smith Harold Stanford Bert Thompson Andy Thrasher Joe Tubb Nina Wright Troy Young I . ' Q I n J.. 1 'ai ' Q A 5' A . Yr f ' , wr ' - f I . K x V , ,Q '- ' V " ni X I rl 4 a.. x ' rx A R- ' ' . 4 7' ,Q 1' X x A A. GRAVES and STEWART CO. Frisco Watch Inspectors Af lx l Q r '5' Y 4 I '. f A ,Q QSM' x 1' . 4 1 ,law .J -tu. f n at we Ju A '2 , I A -J s 3'2AM3:? .. , 5?it,.,5" ' , X r K 4 Q. - U Q 4 5,3 S ylrr J l NE lg Q vig ff JE if if l X ..,,, L Q , fn fb F if HHSHMA Beth Armour Charles Baker Billy Bonds Jimmy Boozer Jackie Burdine Johnny Cadden Joel Camp Shirley Cantrell Faye Carpenter Benny Chism Wayne Conwill Joyce Cook Margaret Cox Sue Davidson Juanita Dean Billy Joe Fields Sara Finney Donald Fowler Don Hathcock Hal Haughton Mary Hester Jane Horner Caroline Hughes Jack Hughes Jeanette James Sidney James Bobby Johnson Paul Kelly Barbara Kendrick Ira Kennedy Juanita Knight Max Knight Billy Lile Millard Loden Hohn Love Sponsored by THE BANK OF AMOR MASS Ann Magers Mary Jean Majors Bill Massey Halbert McAfee Terry McCary Joan Mize Peggy Monaghan Sammy Moore John Murfee Billy Nesbit Betty Odom Glenda Palmer Betty Parrish Verna Mae Parrish Amelia Peeler Delores Pennington Terry Perkins Jimmy Pope Betty Jean Rieves Hal Rieves James Roberts Malcom Roberts Glenda Sue Roby Jimmy Rorie Emily Sharp Victor Stanford Dale Thompson Jimmie Tubb John Varnon Anita Waldrop Bodine Watson Cecil Wilson CLASS OFFICERS President. . . Hal Haughron Vice President . . joe1Camp Sec. Treasurer . luanita Knight Reporter . . . Terry McCary Compliments of the PARK HOTEL BARBER SHOP 'N 9 . . A l illx ' Q V mr C, 1, 0 X ' f Q f ,fx-1+ J l A er L 1 4 X 1 .fo i .Q v 5 HGHIH GRAIN ,E f 1 ' J iii... .Jn Fi A -1 .K Z l,,,,+ X ieii C ,, iii t 111:55 1 ' 9 fill. -if zf"e-,Yer L i 'td ,nu Q, ly E 'Sr :VK l 35. 5 ,,,,, JW. 1 -l Q 'dx W. .,, . K, My Q. , ., my V Q r- b2--b Iixz gwawi BW ls, was ltd" . ' -5 l GTA? has U MNT' .nv President Donald Banks Vice-President Jack Flowers Secretary-Treasurei Bobby Joe Blake Reporter L. C. Price George Alexander Anita Baker Barbara Parham Linda Bolding James Bowen Doyle Brown Price Burdine James Capps Edward Coker Frank Durrett Helen Finch Bob Forbus Sue Fowlkes Johnny Gann Charles Geyer Ernie Gregory Martha Hall Eugene Hathcock Juanita Hathcock Dale Hester Lewis Hitt Minnie Hitt David Hodo Charlene Johnson Derrel Jones Shirley Kendrick Sponsored by THE SECURITY BANK Bill Knight Mary Etta Knight Carol Larkin Louise Leach Monte Lee Richard Lyle Camillianne Majors Don Miller Martha Mize Mickey Murphee Peggy Murphy Harold Naron Bonnie Jean Nash Charlotte Owings Carl Wayne Palrner Julie Pickle Anna Puckett Olla Faye Pugh Billy Rainey Floyd Reeves Nancy Reives Mary Sue Sanders Jim Seymore Clara Jean Stanford Jo Nell Sullivan Bobby Taylor Jimmy Taylor Linda Tibbetts Bettye Wardlaw Emma Welch Hazel Wright Danny Young Sponsored by BANKS FURNITURE COMPANY President Wesley Reed Vice-President Bill Francis Secretary-Treasurer Jimmy Chisrn Reporter Jackie lVIcWhirter Nettie Armstrong Gussie Armstrong Judy Brook Betty Brown Jack Brown Earl Bunch Jewel Cantrell Charles Capps Mary Coleman Charlie May Crawford Linda Davis Faye Dean Lynn Duvall Lonnie Edwards Frank Norris Egger Frank Finney Billy Ford Thelnna Giles Ramona Hood Lynn Hornsby Compliments of THE WEBB CO AMGRY FLOWER SHOP Barbara Howell Mary Jo Isbell Mary Nell Isbell Lilly Kennedy Lester Kimbrough Dorothy Knight James Leach Patsy Markham Margaret Martin Beverly Miller Gene Mixon Hal Moore Roy Parham Frank Patterson Doris Pierce Billy Reeves Johnny Smith Ke ith Smith She lbie Jean Stanford Wayne Stanford Doris Tackett Wayne Thompson Dorothy Toney Charles Turner Lee Underwood Gwyn Wallace Judy Westbrook Linda Wright ,as 11,47 OO Compliments of OAK PARK SERVICE STATION AND GARAGE A. H. S. Eins teins fe PQI. 6' for be fu fu READING AND RITING AND 'RITHMETIC CAUGHT TO THE TUNE OF A CAMERA CLICK. X marks the spot in aIgeI II. Dinner at Antoines ,N ,-X 'N ,xl sllsllyllxll xglxl QI X, x ZAH I PA IIHAMA SMH fx, 7 1" '+R 1. 'x Q Q Qgffx V f Editor . Class Editor Club Editor W-Al, PRO DUC ERS . . . . . Elizabeth Mann . . Peggi Roberts . . . Kay Rogers Sports Editor . . . Marnee Alexander Feature Editor . . ..... Gail H01'l1Sby Photographers . . . Jim McKinney, Billy Miles Typists . . . ...... Eleanor Howell Art Editors . . . ...... Hollie Matthews, Johnny Wiygul Business Manager . ............. Linda Durrett Business Staff . . . . Louise Reed, Joe Ann Liddell, Billy Miles, Donald Mize, Shirley Patterson, Lois Reed, Ann Herndon, Billy Fred Garrett, Joe Tubb, William Pennington Sponsor . . . . Miss Mary Alicelackson Peggi, Rusty, Gail, and Kay work extra to make that "deadline !" Liz and Miss Jackson plan the '53 Panorama Compliments of DALR YMPLE E QUIPMENT COMPANY T if lHl PIPHINIIST SMH The Peptomist Staff has the responsibility of bringing to its readers an accurate and thorough news coverage. This is accomplished by individ- ual students covering assigned beats and report- ing the news by a given dead line. The school paper is a mimeographed edition published in six issues. Amory High School has continued a mim- eographed paper believing that staff members and the entire student body will gain more from a pub- lication that is produced entirely by the students themselves without the aid of a commercial print shop. The literary part of the Peptomist is sponsored by Miss McCoy and the mechanical work is spon- sored by Miss Douglas. . X iQ? 5 Editor ,,,,, , Dawn Sanders Assistant Editor , , Patsy Hawkins Managing Editor ,,,, Dickie .Tones Business Staff ,,,,, John Murfee Buddy Pace, Jack Forbus News, , ,,,.. Becky Hodges .Tean Nash, Peggy Barnett Features ,,,,,, Margalo Greene Exchange Editor , . Juanita Knight Band Editor . , . . . Sara Tubb Elementary Editor , , . Dot Flowers Sports ,,.,,, James Leo Segars Art . . Larry Holloway and Peggy Morris Typist . . . . . . Joyce Glenn and Mary Blanche Haney Sponsors . . . . . .Miss Cece McCoy and Miss Margaret Douglas AMIIHY CLARINETS Jean Bentley Billy May Martha Faulkner Becky Hodges Joe Rieves Glenda Sue Roby Jeanette James Joan Liddell Dickie Beckham Barbara Garrett CORNETS Joel Camp Jane Smith Sara Tubb Larry Fears A, H. Ritter Frank Durrett Charles Tubb Tornrny Ritter SAXAPHONES Cliff Hodges Buddy Pace Billy Bonds Jane Bentley Billy Knight Carol Larkin Cecil McWhirter Billy Rainey Hale Barnett Richard Roberts FRENCH HORNS Peggi Roberts Anita Waldrop FLUTES Jean Marie Horner Melinda Coyle OBOE Tony Parker HIGH BA TROMBONES Eugene Moreland Billy Joe Fields W. C. Ausborne Brookie Towery Eason Camp BASSES Troy Young Billy Miles Jerry Lee BARITONES Eugene Westbrook Philip Lantrip PERCUSSION Joey Young Barbara Pennington Patsy Hawkins Mary Jane Harris Malcomb Roberts Ann Magers 30 H r ,W T. W, AMR Directo' Compliments of THE WESTERN AUT ASSOCIATE STORE A l 5 J T' M Jlllilllll MAJORETTES: Peggi Roberts, Melinda Coyle, joan Liddell Becky Hodges, Jane Bentley. DRUM MAJOR: Troy Young. rf, . . - f K W---.Q ,U I-Inv.:-iv Q-..,.,x .u . 493. !,,.rg, . S XI -l . M- -k , -I----,az , fit, M ,.. Krug' Wfilx- I m , E-' ' ,-L-:iv-, -, P-1 - I I . , , il if u ,, -" - .,., - - , ng- J '-'f5'ff':',w ..X M '- , E Xp xy- A- - D f .-.. . new - Q -p'-'-M-- x , 4 . l Q n x Q1 , :U 'AMQZA xx" ' W ' ' ' X z" 1 X fs- ..rl,. " . ' X ' "'i " ' 3 . ' I .. 4.21.41-5 . q QX I. Q Q h 2 I W ,. , . x Zffii' '12, . '. 1, 4 I . ' 1- Q ' "7 " . U" -c-f?"?34-Q-,TP . .- Y n I , l f' . - in . ,, J' - .- 1 a 3: v ' ,,-,.QL,- JP '-5 ',,Q'-,-..'.: ,. -, . K M. -.J ,. , A- ,m V' v , i,,,,l4 ': ' Lf- g-' , """C"g'fsf ' ss 5 .. 'JQJ' . J' :M ,lvl-5, 1 -" " : ',1'f.'-f' I s. .l 4 V Q..'1-ff' N" Ku" Mxxe.. 'N ,T - ,.. .- ., ,. ,- U... 5- 1 p?,.+i.. -A '1- "'1-"il" .gf-.,' ' 'ff1'vnv.l 'M' , 5' 'Q-2-H-1'f'--' " 'N 1 .f. up: i-.,,,'-'- .. V., . ..-'rl' -. . ' Q hh., ,tgyfff t-'f'-ltr: 1 ,, . . . .f. -. mfr, 44. ',,.. .- G .Fri io"f".'Li - n X-r,.,j "f rr f 2 If I, r I .V FIRST ROW: Miss Wood, Sponsor, Elizabeth Mann, Linda Durrett, Secretary and Treasurer, Joe McCul1en, President, Gail Hornsby, Vice-President, Mary Bunch, Billy Pope. SECOND ROW: Glenda Sue Roby, Billy Bonds, William Pennington, Mary Jean Brown, Dot Flowers, Bill Francis, Don Miller, CENSORED BY lllll lllllll llll M ISS WQOD SPOnsor Joe McCul1en, President of Student Council, presenting "Pango" the Panther, our mascot, to Coach Owen. "Pango" was given to the students of AHS by Mr. Billy Carl Tubb and Mr. Earl Frye, Jr, Sponsored by DURRETT LUMBER COMPANY ANIURY HIGH Glll IIHIBS The Amory High Glee Club is composed of students who are interested in singing, and is one of the largest in the state. Every year programs are presented in December and in the spring. One of the most interesting activities is the State Choral Festival when students from all over the state meet together to rehearse and give a concert of music they have previously learned in the separate glee clubs. A few students are selected out of each club to participate in the Festival. The officers are: President .... Peggy Barnett Vice President . . . . Jean Nash Secretary .,.. Hollie Matthews Reporter ..... Gail Hornsby The Junior Glee Club is composed of seventh and eighth grade students, When pos- sible they meet twice a week, and often sing rounds of folk tunes. Emphasis is put on teaching the students to sing in two parts and training them for senior glee club work. The officers include: President ..... Dot Knight 'HE GREY STONE GRILL Vice-Pres. . Barbara Barham Secretary - - - Martha M126 GILMORE sr-los STORE Reporter , . Julie Pickle Ami? m G s. 8 nm kr Q x,, Q 'U if 115 fswwlwwm 5 E?i? 4'..., , Q 6,23 K Q06 BRUAUEASII B ClUB The Broadcasting Club with a mem- bership of twenty-four, functions daily At H112 A.M. a program made up of a spiritual lesson, poems, songs, and a prayer is presented to the entire school "My good deed for today" is always tt final thought. The officers include: President-Mary Bunch Vice-President-Marnee Alexander Sec. -Treasurer-Shirley Fowlkes Reporter-Jean Bentley Sponsor-Mrs. Mayfield OO x I l o 30 nrt! C99 90 Q., , .,4o., int , I 4' .P ,E 1' " ' 'CO ,, 44 -- 'af ,,,,,, V, W V -- W ff, 0MlMAKlRS'ClUB The Homemakers Club, composed vjil sl ' S of high school girls, has as its main objective the promoting of activities to help develop better future home- makers. The members engage in all forms of sewing suitable for home use. Planned programs dealing with the home and a homemakers responsibilities are presented from time to time. The officers include: President-Barbara Burdine Vice-President-Mary jean Brown Secretary-Treasurer-Shirley Fowlkes Reporter-lean Marie Horner Sponsor-Miss Hoffman D 'L g . t ,, --mm I . pt' EEE! V , x NX. S9 iiillf-if EE iv-Pr-H'-4 rs v 2 ilu- . HUBBY ClUB The Hobby Club is composed of junior high school boys who are espec ially interested in some particular ac tivity. These interest are many and varied, ranging from collections to raising animals. Weekly meetings consist of discussions and demonstra- tions of the members' hobbies. The club has organized its own touch- football, basketball, softball teams and has persumed some Saturday hikes The officers include: President-John Varnon Vice-President-Johnny Cadden Secretary-Ira Kennedy Reporter-Billy Joe Fields Sponsor-Mr. Tennison 6 Q as all TEEN Compliments of the COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY gj: SEVENTH GRADE CLUB President-Jackie lv1cWhirter Vice-President-Judy Westbrook Secretary-Treasurer-Ramona Hood Sponsor-Miss Griffin The Y-Teen Clubs are a part of th Young Women's Christian Association, a world wide organization. Through tl clubs' programs and activities the mer bers seek to grow spiritually, mentally and physically and to give service to t fellow man. ' ' E155 EIGHTH GRADE CLUB-fcentery President-Anita Baker Vice-President-Jo Nell Sullivan Secretary-Treasurer-Nancy Rieves Reporter-Charlene Johnson Sponsor-Miss Jackson SENIOR HIGH CLUB President-Glenda Palmer Vice-President-Louise Reed Secretary -Treasurer-Ann Herndon Reporter-Delores Pennington Sponsor-Miss Douglas MUNIIAY UU HIERRACK B :hiv-1fwgign:v:.fL,.,---rw., - ' """ "" 0' ,K . OFFICERS: President-Billy Nesbitt Vice-President-Joel Camp becretary Treasurer-Terry McCary Reporter-Billy Bonds The Quarterback Club meets to discuss the current sports events of the nation and thc world. Ch PURIS IVE IS ClUB OFFICERS President-Joey Young Vice-President-Hale Barnett Secretary-Treasurer-Charles Tubb Reporter-Billy Pope The purpose of the Sports Events Club is to become better informed on world affairs and sports items. The thirty-five members of the club spend their time in informal dircux- rlom of current events. UNH' I' . ii , SAIIIY ClUB OFFICERS: President-Captain-Max Knight Vice-President-First Lieutenant-Joe Tubb Secretary-Treasurer-Second Lieu- tenant-Troy Young Reporter-Second Lieutenant-Thomas Ritter The Safety Club is a new organ- ization begun only this year by Mr. T. W. Ammon. The boys in the Safety Club do a splendid job of dir- ecting traffic and helping to prevent accidents at Amory High School. 12 5 ..l1g 'hu 1 .I I-x XJ' ' 6 '., 'Ia xy., 'S 'sdr' LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Marnee Alexander, Secretary and Treasurer, Betty Loden, Reporter, Mary Jane Harris, President, Frances Monaghan, Vice-President. SECOND ROW: Nola Price, Elizabeth Mann, Joyce Monaghan, Virginia Rye, Lois Reed, Miss Clay- deen Freeman. THE A IZHIBS LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Leo Segars, Bill Meredith, Malcolm Roberts, Bobby Bolding, Billy Garrett. SECOND ROW: Coach Tommy Owen, Joe Gann, Iere Forbus, Frank Banks, James Vaughan, Joe McCu11en. THIRD ROW: Jim McKinney, Joe Rieves, Richard Roberts, Cled Gregory, J. V. Gregory, :J fi. I ff'-X ON PARRDE -- suns ...,, Compliments of the AMORY GARMENT COMPANY OG 9? 'E ,f , ,ffkl 1, Q ,..,. XM ' ' 15- ' X :QE Q . I' f Q-15,55 - .. ls- 3-fwn 3? 51' , ' L 'A' . -. :I l ,va I ,4-f ,ff 1 015- ?vi Wil:-' fi'4Fi13f.3f ZZ ii! K' vw -M !":I ' mfr mum, W!! . , . Q Q"f1 ' ,f 71 ff gr yz i me af" h F' f5E,g,, j ,W X "V mm kk nV ' F 3, f'!' N -1-7--M f ff! f Aww f v A f 5W f ' '1 Q ' X 3 , M J, Xl f CZ 'J P - I .ls M x. gl 'QQ f. 'SQ' ,3 f , A i. 3. f lk A A . .,.M.,,,? . ' n M df' A N UM Hr vij 2 Q S ? wwf' A7 Homzcom Nc' GEN' R P PN Q ' ' E 4 'Nz 1 j V190 '64 ' e iw I X O L, I x I X 7 1 X ' I x f x 1 I X ' FEATURES HAll Ill FAME The members of the Hall of F1 are chosen from the senior class a faculty committee. This group w found outstanding because of their character, scholarship, personali leadership, and service-- Elizabeth Mann Jean Nash Joe McCu1len Cled Gregory Joyce Glenn Beverly June Gilmore Sponsored by REECE'S DAIRY 'Nl .. H. ll-Xu .SSTL- 'Q , - , Nl. um- 1 TW-'fu-ff' -. . il ' A -' 1 ' fi' If K by the THEATER Jvmlli Cled Gregory MARY JANE HARRIS Most Athletic Girl JOE MCCULLEN Most Athletic Boy C ompliments of FRYE SHEET METAL WORKS MARNEE ALEXANDER Most Popular Girl and M J. V. GREGORY Most Popular Boy BILLY FRED GARRETT Most Versatile Boy .L ' 1 R L N..,,X,x'M ,ja f an A.H.S. JULIA PUGH Most Intellectual JOE GANN Most Likely to Succeed mum-a+ g PEGGY BARNETT Most Beautiful Girl and Most Stylish Girl JAMES VAUGHAN Best Dressed Boy RICHARD COGGIN Most Handsome Boy ' JERRY LEE Wlttxest Compliments of AMORY GROCERY ,,, co. , INC. li. NN..-, dl im x . 4 1 5 'ui kb, ur, 5 "l'se Dora" Rehearsal's going well. "Miriam" gets coached. Hold your man, "Ruth"! HIIEAH RUTH" Presented by The Senior Class CAST Dora . . . Edith Wilkins . Miriam Wilkins . Judge Harry Wilkins . Ruth ...... Lt. William Seawright Albert Kummer . . Martha Seawright . Sgt. Chuck Vincent . Harold Kloberrrneyer Directors . . . . . Jean Nash . Hollie Matthews . . Joyce Glenn . .Jimmy McKinney . Marnee Alexander . . . Joe Gann . Billy Fred Garrett . Eleanor Howell . Cled Gregory . .Patsy Hawkins . Mr. Eugene Tennison The unseen stars. Sponsored by HODO BROTHERS Asst. Director. . Business Managers . Mrs. W. N. Mayfield . . . Mary Bunch . Dawn Sanders Earline Johnson Our Artist! X X .s fi ,QQ x 'W ,Q ff , , L.. r 1 ' 'gs' gi, ff wic- f f .X M' ,I 251. if nl 1 3 1 L- .Q This section is for you this year, "Coach". We're remembering all the winning teams you've made for AHS. . .the fine s ortsmanship you tauight us. . .the ideals of cliean speech, loyalty, an honest principles you've alwags held high. All we students and alumni of AH respect, ad- mire, and love you--and we'1l miss you. in L 1 L 3 4 SPIIIHS 6,-1.2 CLED GREGORY Captain .l .J rx . i Coach and h Assistant Coac MURPHY Sponsored by AMORY GARMENT CO MPANY AMORY HIGH PANTHERS FIRST ROW: Frank Banks, Buddy Allen, Joe Rieves Gann, Joe McCul1en, James Roberts, hugene West Don Meredith. SECOND ROW: Jim McKinney, Rici Roberts, Richard Coggin, James Hood, J. V. Greg. HHITBMI amy Hester, Charles Baker, Harold Naron, Donald d, Cliff Hodges. THIRD ROW: Johnny Wiygul, Billy , Billy Fred Garrett, Bobby Bolding, Bill Meredith, ion Crenshaw, Bert Thompson, Hal Rieves, Keith tcart, Dickie Jones. l952 Hard Fought Battle! I -1 f 4 L 75, fix, 'r P -"' if fx 3.41 I 'e 'ti' JOE MCCULLEN Co-Captain Managers and Sponsored by AMORY GARMENT COMPANY ,. 'ff s AMURY I oe Rieves B111 Meredith Richard Roberts Bobby Bolding C liff Hodges , V ,,k, . rr. 1., we we ..-,rye f'?5f5f?'99i,9'Qf'T'fT'?F'7'i' 'S . . 1 311'-T625 ?"'-1231 '2'1?'f3E5g1'w1 5' - A 1 . 215, 9 'Q-gfxf 'KA' fu -Q. f . , ga ,ie Dona ld S teed S Richard Coggin PA IHERS Joe Gann 1 ,Hes A ' lm: J. V. Gregory Don Mered Billy F Garret SCOREBOARD Hamilton 7 Amory 0 Tupelo Z7 Amory 0 Eugene New Albany 0 Amory 26 Westbrook Oxford 34 Amory 20 Starkville 32 Amory 0 Grenada 12. Amory 6 Vernon 1 9 Amory 18 Okolona 0 Amory 48 , , H West Point 0 Am01'Y 21 fi 'li' 5 1 eee' AAA' V 'ii AAQA 5 Po ntotoc 6 Amory 3 9 Aberdeen 1 9 Amo ry 6 V ponlored by Amour GARMENT COMPANY Q .f me gm? .f ' 'NWS'-T ff M' ..1 be 'QM-to 6:4 O06 ad Xe-wodet ecxeadex 30' 'H A W fx Q1 4. Yfqvfx xy X' f K If Vrk 1 IK ,N ' N, I I G . , -- 4' V 1 ' ' X 'oeee me 'Coe pqooxq YXxq,'o Cxxeeaeadexe woo, si-Iwo wax: 9909901 , ' 5 Owsldeeo 'Z tec- 102-9, Xead 'Coeur 9doooX and 'ceago wwe vw acxooe e,o'Cooe-ka-510 and eo,oaX XOKQX oem Aofkog, 'Coe 'Loo'0oaXX e-ea-soo oi XOFJL. sr ova Reed X4 3 34000 41 at A Masq Sao GOV! QCDKX Ytxce c PE om oPL.Ef2mgnts RU of G Co 3 'Q Hs su J II s" O num rs f I 912. 506 ACN, "Red Devils At Work" BACK ROW: Ikey Moore, Jere Forbus, Frank Banks, Jxm McK1n ney, Joe McCu11en. FRONT ROW: Cliff Hodges, James Leo Segars, Richard Roberts, Cled Gregory, Troy Young. ,QM .V nough cat ! If nfaf E 'fi fi N-,hgh Sponsored by COWDEN CLEANERS Phone 190 Q? f-J rs" un' Gaz nTenD15 Sta 'I ' 54 . V 5- , , r r .. ' Q - - in ur A- " " Q. ,,, .. r NJ , , 1 B A X . . ' , I N y T ,, Q 1 Q V . ' A ,' m ' I . V V .K ig Y 'lfK J. IK 1 X FIX ! "g .a g BACK ROW: Miss Claydeen Freeman, Coach, Frances Monaghan, Mgr., Marjean Toney, Joyce Monaghan, Earline Johnson, Eleanor Howell, Amelia Peeler, Barbara Pennington, Betty Jean Rieves, Doris McCary, Barbara Kendrick, Peggy Monaghan, June Knight, Assist. Mgr, FRONT ROW: Mary Jane Fears, Nola Price, Elizabeth Mann, Captaing Mary Jane Harris, Alternate Captain, Lois Reed, Virginia Rye, C ompliments of PUCKETT AND BROWN fThe Goodyear Storej BACK ROW: Leo Segars, james Hood, Richard Coggin, Frank Banks, Tommy Bunch, Jack Forbus, FRONT ROW: Dale Howell, James Vaughn, Cled Gregory, Cliff Hodges, Brookie Towery, e u. K "C 1 tual . ,-'5 X xy-'w Y, f L 'V 1 Virginia Rye Forward Mary Jane Fears Guard diss Claydeen Freeman Coach Elizabeth Mann Guard, Captain IHHHTHK Lois Reed Forward Nola Price Guard fx b- Region 63 Q y Noam pm one 4 y Q Mary Jane Harri 'Q55 V HHN N xg -A, - w M., . .av , , -4- J - .Y E2 Z' S, .- Y Q ' N L 'Q -' vi I ' P S 1 w 35 U...--ff. 1. '---.,, BACK ROW: Margaret Martin, Dorothy Knight, Juanita Hathcock, Mary Etta Knight, Sue Fowlkes, Olla Faye Pugh, Anna Puckett, Faye Dean, Judy Westbrook. FRONT ROW: Barbara Barham, Charlotte Owings, Patsy Markham, Carol Larkin, Mgr. Linda Tibbets, Julie Pickle, Betty Wardlaw, Martha Mize, Peggy Murphy. PH WH llASKHBAll Sponsored by HAL A. MOORE, DISTRIBUTOR STANDARD OIL. CO. PRODUCTS BACK ROW: Mgr. Ray Mashburn, Wesley Reed, David Hodo, Harold Narron, Ernie Gregory, Donald Banks, Frank Durrett. FRONT ROW: Benny Chism, Bob Forbus, Jimmy Chism, Billy Rainey, J, C. Riley, Earl Bunch, A X. 11 45? 1 P PHWH Hlllllllll Joan Mize Glenda Palmer Billy Bonds Beth Armour Frank Durrett .Tulie Pickle Manager-EDWARD COKER Coach-JAMES MAGERS BACK ROW: Billy Thompson Billy Nesbit .Tack Hughes Joel Camp Ernie Gregory Terry McCary .Tack Flowers Sammy Moore .Timmy Pope .Timmy Rorie -Ink MSE A" , 4-K ur FRONT ROW: Frank Patterson Bobby Blake Bobby Taylor Wayne Stanford Billy Rainy Bob Forbus .Timmy Chism Doug Patterson Keith Smith Benny Chism 1 .QQ Q.. 'S .. W ,ml ,f. -A r.1"i? il P 4 X 4'- K ,, UH 1' H E v :we an , uni it ., Jr Q: S 1 ' 6 fa 175.3 E, Emu' lr" Q aw luiifif' fr fp-.ff f , .w T W S 'f 1' IP" 'ff' F M 32 N we g,.,,,S ? vw.',,, Wa1t1ng for the bell The morning after the night before 3. All alone '? in 4. Size small, value high 5. Waiting? 6. Ain't she cute 7. She's cute, too 8. Settin' and a-thinkin' 9. Amory Hi Cuties 10 11 Junior Hi Darlings For the Senior Fund? ? . 12 Where is the rest of the party? 13. Sweet Chicks! 14. Freshman dolls Compliments of MONROE COUNTY TRACTOR CO 44 Telling Secrets? Kool? Dignified Seniors Two of a kind Pete Repete What's going on here! Twins Must be frez--- Birds in the wilderness! Cheescake The latest style What a sight? Smile please Farewell Compliments of A MORY STEAM LAUNDRY A ls 'v Z- ' A. - i.. we . -4... . . , , K, C., R ,N T Qs fi IRM ix N. v -V T' . ...,,.N 4 gg '58 D0 YUU R Phys Ed? Stevenson vs. Ike? EMEMBIR The true musician? Martin Luther? That funny play? Those who have made AHS? That famous Jerry Lewis impersonation? The The fa. .. The Our The Homecoming parade ? Ammonsf Safety Patrol? fine teachers ? Bonfires ? Compliments of Your Ford Dealer TED MONAGHAN MOTORS .av- J . . nfs 3 Todd CTW Sf' C OO J , ., K . .Ali av' I , . A, Z .S ,ss .F it Y fam-K K P 4-at ,.-9 3 'sm MISS DORIS FINNEY Mississippi State Third Grade MISS MARGRET PIERCE University of Alabama Second Grade MRS, H, D. PAGE University of Mississippi Second Grade MISS DORIS LEECH Millsaps Second Grade MISS RACHEL PARK Mississippi State First Grade MISS ALTHA JONES Mississippi Southern First Grade MRS, MARY LEEPER University of Mississippi First Grade MISS MAXIE KING Mississippi Southern Director of Music MRS. TOMMY OWEN Woman's College - University of North Carolina Secretary Compliments GRIFFIN INSURANCE AGENCY .445 , av.. ir' J Qs. 29:2 1 IJ P it 'K Ib' i4 X it ' ls 5 . disk? . " I MR. JAMES MAGERS Delta State Teachers College Principal, Mathematics MRS. JA NE CAMP University of Alabama Reading MRS, R, L, MCKINNEY Blue Mountain English MISS MADGE CLARKE University of Alabama Social Studies MISS FANNIE MAE CASON Mississippi Southern Fourth Grade MRS. GRADY COGGIN University of Mississippi Fourth Grade MRS. JOYCE LENTZ WA LDRIP Delta State Teachers College Fourth Grade MISS LOUISE DAVIS Mississippi State College for Women Third Grade MISS LUM COOK University of Mississippi Third Grade THE ,W ,fb MW F J -s .M i . 1. .I y -5 1, Q ' ,f K i 1 4' t Q Q ll. . A h A 9 .5 vwg. ' L nlfnvi + - I I , km -Kimi! I , ' 1.-N t E ,-A 1 f '35, '11 IJ" , A ,V J , rms lL...r-aff: All J f 5? .N d, , .Q 1 , .a,,sts33w f+ Pl A K . 'H r'M'w'.I Evil----' J' X if .Alia Fay Adams, Bill Bauer, Nelson Beckham, Linda Blake, Jerry Boozer, Coburn Bowen, Rufus Bowen, Wanda Bratton, Carol Brooks, Era Brown, Kenneth Brown, Fletcher Burdine, Courtney Carson, Grady Clement, Mary Frances Coker, Melissa Cutcliff, Tom Davidson, Bernice Due, Linda Ellinwood, Betty Jean Fowlkes, Donald Gilliam, Douglas Greenhill, Edwin Hathcock, Buddy Hester, Mack Rae Howell, Joyce Hughes, Bennie Hutto, Joyce Jenkins, Jackie Jones, James Harold Jones, Patricia Jones, Charles Kendrick, Becky Kennedy, Faye Kennedy, Sonny Kennedy, Lucretia Kidd. SIXIH GRADE 0 nj ,Q W tt s- 'I E J Compliments of 67 CI-IANDLER'S STUDIO li , -'Sr ., ' X fs f Aa c A 'fx' fist J t N J fx N J I, . is ' J W ' .5 f J , .. k k - s 75.-5,533 g if-5 Q, k k , i,,y,.i1.V,L?,,Kia i ky ' A Q i 3 ex 1.A,b , , X X T JN T ,a ls -f l fl A. , . 'Q'51', we ff ,a ii is fir sighs' J . ' . .wt 4, 3 fl ' 4? an SI X IH GRAIN 1 wi all 'aw- Marky Ledbetter, Joan Love, Mary Ann Lovem, Ann McKinney, Junior Minor, Sandra Nash, Doris Nichols, Barbara Parham, Buddy Peeler, Betty Sue Pennington, Joyce Price, Donna Putman, ' Julia Rainey, Mary Roberts, Elizabeth Smith, Fay and May Smith, June Smith, Diane Stanford, Joyce Stanford, Emily Stevens, Marian Stover, Beverly Sullivan, Sylvia Sullivan, Wanda Taylor, Peggy Tibbetts, Billy Thompson, Judy Thompson, Clyde Tubb, Howell Tubb, Faye Wardlaw, Mary Welch, Mary Ann Wilbanks, Johnny Wilkerson, Mary Beth Wilkerson, Bobby Wiygul. NOT PICTURED: Bobby Mae Foote, Jimmy Oliver, Donald Ramage, Rebecca Kendall, Linda Palmer, Ella Ruth Ritter, Joyce Thompson, Glenda Wardlaw, Nancy Glenn. it M' all Sponsored by THE HODGES CO. and AMORY BARBER SHOP 68 IHH GRADE Sara Alexander Thomas Bowen Marilyn Brown Carolyn Camp Billy Chism Bennie Coggin Linda Crawford Hilda Forbus Staub Halbert Larry Herndon Patricia Hitt Paul James Yolanda Kidd Pelglgy Ledbetter Mary y e Bill McKinney Reveland Mil er Patsy Monoghan Bubba Morris Suzanne Murfee Bobby Parham Lee Polizzie Linda Ritter Phil Roberts JO Ann Smith Kaye Stockton Lana Thompson Bobby Leech Fred Strawbridge Jimmy Sullivan Bonnie Jo Swan Brenda Sue Swan Minnie Louise Price Pegg Box Charlles Caldwell Carol Chandler Donna Crawford William Dyer Wayne Fowlkes Tommy Hawkins Tommy Hill Connie James Barbara Knight Delores Leech Mary Carolyn McCommon Colon Mixon Patsy Moore Boyd Moses Wanda Faye Newell Douglas Patterson Wanda Price Thomas Earl Ritter Jimmy Dale Roby Dou Segars Budgy Stewart Susie Stockton Marilyn Tackett Bobby Thompson Larry Tubb Durren Westbrook Prentiss Sharp Johnny Dyer Johnnie Mc Whirter Elmer Prestridge Tommy Leeper Helen Hatley Billy Tibbett NOT PICTURED Charles Webster Jacqueline Bibby James Chism Martha Lou Cutcliff ' Q I 84... - GJ f ' A -V 5 ff ,Q , AJ 1 'ilemwf l f h I D 'W 7 ,L :L - " 1. - P ytc ' ' 1 -P -I 'Ji 'A I s S 'X . Q I ' ' i ' 4 .1 il ' LSB ,A .st 'ln t.., -Yr- . W .L V . if y Q 9 DA, g , 0 Wifi.-:,'.F'i ' I I Fi N 1 . . ' Y .ii r - I L1 I '5..q ' , 6 Q . F .L ' - A -1 ' sv I-.Ty . 1 ir ina 5 i we . . X -xi, V 'mf l . fwi T A 53 , .N 5 'i P .sffel r T f 5 W ' M ,, v 'p -v ,F "' V gf I . aj 1' W. V- E X tk 1' K N 14 7 Q-1412 L 'A H 'av' A T A T P ,hi -f 1 N- 'ww fi? X Ll x Q, V F '7' -nl Martha Jo Johnson Sponsored bY i L H - Judy Miner THE CITY TIRE STORE " V --r' N ' ' a f. 7 4B FRONT ROW: Nancy Lee, Brenda Harrison, Kay Underwood, Shir- ley Capps, Martha Lyle, Kay McAfee, Barbara Odom, Gloria Bolding, Alma Sue Parish, Don- na Hathcote, Wilmuth Creekmore, Dianne Wright, Douglas Mixon, SECOND ROW: Jimmy Smith, Jimmy Tibbett, Turner Lusby, Ralph Holmquist, Jimmy Keller, Dionne Young, Bobby Howell, Warren Pickle, Lindsey Land- phere, Jerome Lutzenberger, Mike Lutzenberger. THIRD ROW: Geneva Lindsey, George More- land, Carolyn Jenkins, Glenda Weaver, Dorothy Simmons, Thomas Berry, Mrs. Cleo Pick- ens Coggin, Larry Pennington, Mickey Sayre, Billy Wayne Taylor, Carl Francis, Jimmy Elliott, Van Dale Hudson. jf A 3' COD runnin cnlnmt Compliments of a FRIEN FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGH Frankie Barriette, Steve Paln Glenn Flowers, Larry Pearson Johnny Lile, Judy Brooks, Be1 Smith, Harriett Woolf, Sheik Lindsey, Lloyd Minor, Jo Ani Haughton, Ade Shumpert, Jo ny Conwill. SECOND ROW: Mary Lann, Shirley Strawbric Reuben Harris, Edwin Reeves, Larry Morris, Mrs, Waldrip, ny Sanders, Norman James, J ney Hill, Martha Pickle, Jan McCary. THIRD ROW: Betty Berry, Richard Justice, Clyde Dyson, Sidney Howell, Don Harmon, Kenton Vaught, Ma Ann Hathcock, Judy Larkin, Judy McCary, Linda Noe, X MAO. ff? 9 f FRONT ROW: Anthony Harris, Glenda Scates, Gary Page, Hazel Ann Sims, Martha Jane Reece, Lynn Pope, Ray Miller, Kathie Tubb, Katie Blake, Janie Lou Hathcock, Kaye Pac Anita Moss. SECOND ROW: Sa Ann Cantrell, Bobby Hill, Fret die Howell, Linda Kay Young, Lydia Moon, Miss Cason, Lind Fay Isbell, Betty Kynerd, Don Carpenter, Darla Fears, Ann Duncan. THIRD ROW: Doris Hood, David Massingill, Ronnj Johnson, Eugene Ritter, Mary Frances Harris, Shirley Lantrip Faye lindsey, Jean Gilmore, Members of grade without pic- tures: Linda Carol Lewis, Betty Fay Cook, Clyde Harris, Jacki Stephens. F TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: San- Minor, Joe Stone Kirk, Jr., ty Pennington, Mack McDwit, etle Harrison, Sandra May, lelle Prestridge, Carolyn Shel- Kcrry Roby, Jacky Boozer, n Wright. SECOND ROW: Jimmy rr, Linda Smith, Randy Gilbert, imy Ledbetter, Dorothy Nichols, ly llryant, Dottie Clarkson,John- ttewart, Brett Johnson, THIRD 1: Jean bee Cntcliff, Dian Hitt, ford Parish, Gene Earl, Miss tey, Patricia Reedy, Nan Vann, cy Langford, Jimmy Conwill, IHIRII GRAIN Ass 3-C .ST ROW: Betty Ledbetter, Mary id, Bonnie Mitchell, Eddie Ward- I, Kathy Williams, Kay Williams, ncy Simmons, Marylin Parker, anne Conwill, Johnny Jones, Gra- Harman, SECOND ROW: Lucy ller, Betty Bryan, Betty Jo Chris- n, Larry Wright, Harold Roberts, rry Rorie, Joe Kuloviyz, Betty rol Parham. THIRD ROW: Fred ster, Chris Toney, Carolyne Mor- n, Mabel Armstrong, Roger Fowler, ss Cook, Frank Crawford, Eudell ymore, Mike Crawford, Sue Dyson, in Seymore. 1 Compliments of MISS. DIVISION OF L. G. BALFOUR CO. dl Qu. CLASS 3-B FIRST ROW: Frank Edwards, George Reeves, Tommy Cole, MarxAnn Sher- man, Gloria Harlow, Thomas Led- better, Bobby Carol Miller, Cheryl Grizzle, Nancy Dollar, Carolyn Parker, J. B. Monoghan, SECOND ROW: R. H. Burdine, Nellie Langley, Dorothy Palmer, Joyce Morgan, Ardra Faye Kiser, Jimmy Price, Phil Armor, Nancy Stanford, Cathy Jones. THIRD ROW: Carolyn Ann Wren, Carolyn Monoghan, Dorothy Kendrick, Donna Sue Poe, Jean Sargent, Miss Davis, Elizabeth Stover, Sandra Counce, Sidney Ann Faulkner, Eleanor Mc- Common, Jimmy Bowen. CLASS 2-A LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Karen Kimzey, Warner Berry, Lu cille Stockton, Janel Thompson, Teddy Jones, Annette Minor, Alt Arnett, Paulette Gosa, Shirley Ea Hal Lovern. SECOND ROW: Becky Egger, Connetta Helms, Harvey Owen, Jimmy Lee, Mike Davis, "Ns Max Coggin, Adell Prestridge, M, Chuck Burhorn, Dale Pennington, THIRD ROW: Selvyn Wallace, Vi. ginia Magers, Emily Faye Hood, Miss Pierce, Billy Williams, Jane Sage, Paula Wilkinson. SHIII IIGRAIH CLASS 2-B LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Betty Wiygul, Betty Jo Walls, Dor- othy Edwards, Rodney Capps, David Hill, Lynn Scott, Jimmy Dodd, Jan ice Lowrimore, Tony Jones, Jimmy Hood. SECOND ROW: Jerry Fears, Danny Reeves, Martha Streety, Dar wyn Ausbon, Carol Page, Tommy Miller, Jimmy Dale Taylor, Mar- jorie Hammons. THIRD ROW: Caro- lyn Flippo, Glenn Chism, Brenda Hall, Brenda Raden, Miss Leech, Betty Jo Naron, Gary Runey, Ann Brown, Annette Knight. Compliments of THE MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL SUPPLY COMPANY CLASS 2-C LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW: Martin Lovelady, Austin Bunch, Mary Monaghan, Claudia Chandler, Harold Conwill, Mary Frances Rit- ter, Glenda Beauchum, Dicky Hill, Wayne Hathcote, linda Edwards. SECOND ROW: Larry Due, Douglas Francis, Benford Thompson, Jimmy Magers, Jerry Stanford, Ann Kendrick. THIRD ROW: Jerry Loden, Lee Miller, Brenda Sullivan, Mrs. H. D, Page, Roy Lee Lindsey, Diane Golden, Atma Stockton. FIRST ROW: Judith Kirkpatrick, Sheryl Siegel, Patricia Ann Cole- lnan, Shirley James, Raymond fBud- :Iyj Dollar, Patricia Welford, Lamar Minor, Eddie Harrison, John Richard Williams, James Mitchell. SECOND ROW: Patricia Reedy, Elizabeth Bur- dine, Judith Lee Bryan, Wesley Fears, Travis Gray, Cheryl Thomp- son, Janie Blankenship, Sam Creek- niore, Johnny Leech. THIRD ROW: Patricia Sayre, Francis Morgan, Donald Grizzle, Linda Rose Fairley, Miss Jones, William Kidd, Gene Tinsley, Wade Holniquest, Compliments of JUST RITE BEAUTY FRONT ROW: David Halbert, Mildrec Conerly, Barbara Monoghan, Bobby Joe Fowlkes, Sue Jenkins, Sherry Burdine, Linda Fay Seymore, Ann Bourland, Eddie Blake, Roy Love. SECOND ROW: Kennon Hood, Joel Duncan, Donnie Parrish, Ronnie Parrish, Sheila Smith, Edward Sims, Butch Nash, Billy Sargent, Elizabeth Harley. THIRD ROW: James Warren, Clara Ruth Reeves, Linda Tucker, Elaine Martin, Mrs, Leeper, Jane Westbrook, Mike Flanagan, Paul Lanphere. BACK ROW: Paulette Bennett, Patsy Ann Ross, Patricia Ann Yelverton, Susan Carol Jernigan, Miss Parks, Meredith McFadden, Lida May Rye, Don Reives, Marsha Carol Monaghai MIDDLE ROW: Billy Wayne Harlow, Eddy Vaughn, Butch Lee, Kerry Ste vens, William Martin, Rita Palmer, Larry Reich, Lon Price, Glenda Mil ler. FRONT ROW: Jurney Davis, Wanda Pennington, Jeanette Edward Dan Brooks, Lana Sue Hood, Lucy Lee Johnson, Eddie Gregory, Paul Coggin, Brenda Shelton, Carolyn St Hester, E Q 'pin J '-' I .- Compliments of BA RNETT'S GROCERY Miss A. E. S. Most Studious NANCY GLENN Mr. A. E. S. Most Handsome Boy BILL BAUER Most Beautiful Girl Neatest Girl LINDA ELLINWOOD Most Courteous Girl JUDY THOMPSON Most Courteous Boy Best Boy Citizen Neatest Boy JERRY BOOZER Best Girl Citizen BECKY KENNEDY Most Talented Girl MARY BETH WILKERSON Most Talented Boy CHARLES KENDRICK Best Athlete fGir1Q MARY WELCH Best Athlete fBoyj COBERN BOWEN Wittiest Boy CLYDE TUBB Wittiest Girl BENNIE HUTTO 3' " 'L in . W ,fb o ' .z -, as M , . ..., I -- -,L --, ,. . . ,,, f-'-e-- NT --...,,....".IFg. , ...r..--im.. f Sw ' . - . ' in ru .' -'. 11 1, " -wi.. A" ' 4, ,Jin 4 , ,C L- ,V 4. . .4 L 4 4 4 ...K sxsfxmmfu ..., , 1 .f,4g:M,4.A44jf4 4 4 L .M 'Y , .- 44,5 4 544, 4 4-44: 441iu 4 L 4X...5,, - - " - AL. .,-., ,' ,- - In 9 -v 6 - 5- i 5 1 A A H . .wg ji 4- 4, , ' ' " ",-gggh. - .... -' ' V,.' .V " ' , V 1' -51 -'L' V , 44 34 : 5.15, M , . wg. 9'Q F. H fu? -14 444,rv,,E.g,,fg"e3 'f x. Q my Wim? L G 0: 2 3' fimu, . V V " 2-l 5? . I i 4 -,- y . ' . M. -- -n v' I' " Ni- QW! k 4 J ' ' - - X 4 ,. . v-uf-, H' r4' 544,4fy..4,,V4 4 , 4 -. C: j4 4 .4f'4-1.4.1 P3544 444 7 kzkiga lg ,A , . Qai .iz 44 65222 u 4? b :fir ff?" -' f:f . ' ' ' Y'??fLf ' L- 'Q -C 'N ' M!! ' '-'53 QM-235, 'luv 'LQ' -' W . f A - t r 4, , 144 .4 . .Y4 1 4 4 1 "fin, .QT , 'Z' . 'Q '5i'f'A-g', - 3 . W ' ...df Q41 4 " V221 1' 4 ' ' 1' . -7:2 1, AQ f ." . . 4' 1 ,'1 x. 44 x I., "-4 ' . I ' y -c,'!+a-"- X " . J N 5i 1 , ' 'I' q Q . - . 4 . , I .N , 5 .4 Q 8 X il 4 .4 4444 .,Qc,:I':'4i4 ,gh Y...w:4L4 Y I .f I .I F W -up Y, E" 'TA-,,,:g,,,,i, "King and Queen Halloween Fun Guess who? "We Three" "Smile p1ease!" She'l1 make the team! . "Gimme the bal1!" . "Oh what a beautiful morning . "Summertime" . "Want a ride?" Compliments of COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. lu ,V E, , Ly, L ,a. L m' . w.f.' ' si : ' ,. -w .L-.'7...f. vi, ,Fi E' .V-f .1 'm A- ' - - 1 4 1 N 1 - . V7 . ' ilk-'I M. -'ft lv - D . T1 .W .I N , 1 I1,.,'gA, A ,VP-g'H I. .- 1 'Sf . ii V" f , W Njxil '1f:Zj' 7 fr " ' QL J' JW- 1--I:-gg.. P14 1 ' .Q if VT2: , 15. . 4, .- Q., A ja, 1-- ' y . 'w 2 1 I A . . .i , .f ,V . . Q A i 7-9. L , ,1. ' if' ,Ai ef. V d 'f , N , . "'15'f'fL f ,--.j2,:, , X . 1'-,,, . v Neff , 351 - , 224' fri. ' . M, ., Q,. A 2 .- Q. , vu 3 1 I 1' . .. ' - 1. fab: f cs' . ' 5 ,H K , , 9339 1 A' 1 J ' ll "fU - , Q. jf ' A ,sf f'1?"'L ,wb w - , gg , - if t , ., -1- - - ft, , 21"-f V. 1' 1 ft.-"'1 , . -x ' 3" I In 'A PEI 3' ' 'N Ltr: A 3 .Al .. YVF'f',rQwg 1 " i ' 242 '-Q 4: D gn- mvgzmv- W ,,. i ' W. ,.,31g.i,'5 f .5-" l- ",,x-' .' 1 - -.,'u, - X- I I, ,f..Q.gf ,- 14. iv., . 1.," I 4. s. , ., - . . W7 at ., href? . Q: . wfffl 2 1. -F 'gf 3 . 1 VL 3' 3. 1. T lu av? , k , 4 U 4 +- " -- 15.2 Af' .1 ,Q 1, QP--1 1 '1 V . X ru f uf I 'ist x A , . 1 24 1 ' v . , ' . ft' .a ,ww . ' ."44. H. ,- V E . ,. . . 'L w -.., L V . V .xlx 1 Erik , .- r. ,. 1 . , 'H , 1- +L: fs I Q , :AE , bali- .3 I 7' A":.,,,' Y , . . , , .r f. ', ,.,.- 1 A, , I-..f ' wg 'ff , .."gms' -v V , In , V .,,v . as 1. , ' 'Qfs-,,:-w:'l:' 'f-M' -,f .-- ,.',:.. , 1 y,.,.,A ., .,..,, ', ff? . . 1.4. ,iv ff 5. .Lili-+ I, Wvf9i441- I xt - glvwif I L-4l'f:l,.:gf .lyk :.1 -4.-,m f, . L-viif' ' ,I Q 2 ' .. "Iliff 1 Je. 3. . 72 ffami' -'f -QF1 2'.4i, .Q, . , -f",-,Lf 'T 4 13,515 We ' K 'N kr I-i ig:.m'aL,1g1:, V gi , xciiliff . gfgvq fv 551 2 " l 5 A P . F 3+ -. ,. 4 ,.,, , 4 1.11. J. F,n,A.:1,,. 1 - iaqj' k v x f VJ, i-'-L . ,SH +- u f p wx. -1511. lf.: ' if T J 1 1. i F., fy' .iq - F I z i E F vmnools ! E P f n


Suggestions in the Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) collection:

Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

1948

Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

1952

Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 44

1953, pg 44

Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 74

1953, pg 74

Amory High School - Panorama Yearbook (Amory, MS) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 6

1953, pg 6

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.