Our life at Amory High School will be just a memory. Many happy dreams for the future will have become reality while others will have faded with the passing years-, yet the memories of our Alma Mater will be as dear to us as the happy days that we are now spending.
We hope that you enjoy this review of the 1960-1961 annual, and in the years to come if you chance to dust off your PANORAMA” and thumb through its pages, it will serve to recall memories of lasting friendships and the many little inci- dents which added interest and pleasure to your days at Amory High School. OUR SCHOOL WE’LL
ALMA MATER Alma Mater, Amory High School loyal sons are we.
We sing thy praise in every phrase
and spread abroad thy fame. We sing thy praise in every phrase
and spread abroad thy fame. In years to come we're still thy sons and cherish thy fair name.ALWAYS HONOR. . . .
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TABLE OF CONTENTSLOOKING BACK
A year of fun
.... A year of school spirit
A year of study
.... A year of friendship—Jf L
A year of confusion
. . .. A year of special occasions
.A year of sportsDEDICATION
As our guide, counselor, and friend, you have always inspired, understood, and led us. Through your personal magnanimity and professional excellence, you have become an inseparable part of our Amory Junior-Senior High School. Our school years will be more memorable, for your having been identified with this period of our lives.
We, the yearbook staff, dedicate this, our 1961 Panorama, to you, Mr. J. C. Thompson,
as a lasting mark of our deep respect and affection for you.PANTHER SPIRITS NEVER DIE’
ADMINISTRATIONBOARD OF TRUSTEES
AMORY CITY SCHOOLS
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Frank Page, Mr. Luke Inzer, Mr. C. E. Hayman, Mr. W. H. Bryan, Mr. W. A. Bonds, Mr. J. O. Prude, III. NOT PICTURED: Mr. John Wright.
W. H. Bryan..................................President
J. O. Prude, III..............................Attorney
8MR. C. E. HAYMAN Superintendent MR. J. C. THOMPSON Principal MRS. DAVID KENNEDY Secretary MRS. JAMES MOFFETT Secretary
MRS. KEITH ALLEN MRS. MABRY ALLISON, JR. MISS JoANN ASHLEY MR. R. T. BAKER
MRS. I. W. BEAUCHAMP MR. PAT BONNER MR. DOUG BROWN MR. JAMES BURROW
MR. EDWIN CLARK MR. TOMMY ESKRIDGE MRS. EARL FRYE, JR. MR. LARRY GODFREYMISS GAYLE GRIFFIN, MISS MARY G. HAUGHTON. MRS. DOUG HODO, MR. JOHN LAMB, MR. JERRY LEWIS
MISS EUGENIA McCARLEY MISS PATSY MILSTEAD MISS DOT MOFFETT MRS. CLARA NELL MOORE
MRS. J. L. OLIVER, MR. ERIE F. PIERCE, MISS ANNETTE REAGH, MR. HERMAN RILEY, MISS MARY BELLE SPIVEY
MR. HARRY STUART MR. B. G. TATUM MRS. DON WILLIAMSON MR. DON WILLIAMSON??Shout our praises to the
COACH DOUG BROWN MANAGER TONY BROWN
AMORY 6 Okolona 0
It 7 Pontotoc 19
It 33 New Albany 6
II 0 Grenada 6
It 0 Oxford 7
II 13 Houston 6
II 20 West Point 0
II 13 Bruce 0
II 7 Starkville 7
II 21 Aberdeen 0
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: E. Hayman, J. Price, J. Wilson, E. Burks, J. Sullivan, F. Howe
COACH PAT BONNER
ROW: J. Roche, C. Burhorn, J. Stewart, J. Elliott, D. Barnes, D. Massengill, J. Tibbett, D. Reeves, R. Reich, J. Kirk, M. Davis, D. Harmon, J. Haley. THIRD ROW: R. Miller, G. Shumpert, L. Lewis, D. Francis, S. Palmer, B. Hill, J. Conwill, D. Sanders, G. Earl, B. Johnson, J. Baker, P. Armor, J. Brown, T. Jones.Amory dropped its opener to Pontotoc, 19 to 7. Bo Price put out one of his best efforts to win the player of the week award.
Amory bounced back to top New Albany with Phil Armor's running, winning him the outstanding player award. Amory had great offensive and defensive blocking in this game.
The Panthers lost a heart-breaker the next week to Grenada. Although the team effort was out-standing, our boys dropped the game 6 to 0. The individual effort by Don Harmon, Panther end, was supreme. Four of our starters were injured and did not see action in the Grenada game.
BOBBY HILL HB DANNY SANDERS FB RAY MILLER HB DON HARMON E
TOMMY CURRY HB STEVE PALMER HB GEORGE SHUMPERT QB DAVID MASSENGILL GAmory fell to Oxford by a close margin of 7 to 0. Our boys put up a number of goal line stands in touchdown territory many times. Don Barnes won the outstanding player of the week award.
In the Houston game the Panthers really got on the ball. In the last seconds of the game the boys marched 80 yards with Danny Sanders going over from the 12 to break the tie. Sanders won outstanding player of the week award. After a slow start the Panthers
tromped West Point 20 to 0. Jimmy Sullivan won the weekly award with a fine individual effort. The offense and defense clicked together to help win this game.
JIM SULLIVAN G BRETT JOHNSON QB JOHN HALEY E JOHN STEWART E
PHIL ARMOUR HB JIMMY ELLIOTT T JIM BO PRICE C DON BARNES TThe next week Amory defeated Bruce 13 to 0. Bobby Hill's 3 touchdown effort won him the player of the week award.
Amory knocked Starkville out of the Little Ten Champions the next week by tying them 7 to 7 with a great defensive effort. Stewart and Curry were the co-players of the week.
The next game is the one we like to talk about. Amory beat Aberdeen 21 to 0.
The Panthers met every threat the Bulldogs put up. Amory scored three touchdowns with Jerry Brown making every extra point good. Palmer and Massengill won player of the week awards. Massengill was an All Little Ten guard.
JIM TBBETT T ED BURKS G
JERRY BROWN HB JOHNNY WILSON G
FREDDIE HOWELL G RONNIE REICH T
JERRY ROCHE E LYNN LEWIS HB
BOBBYE CAROL MILLER Head Cheerleader
MARY ANN HATHCOCK Head Cheerleader
LEFT TO RIGHT: Bobbye Carol Miller, Harriett Woolf, Sweetie McCommon, Linda Kaye Smith, Mary Ann Hath-cock, Joyce Cody.
LINDA KAYE SMITH
SWEETIE McCOMMONBOYS’ BASKETBALL
TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Manager Roy Lee Lindsey, Phil Armor, Bo Price, Coach James Burrow, Carroll Moffett, Steve Palmer, Manager Eddie Harrison. BOTTOM ROW: Warren Pickle, Danny Sanders, John Stewart, Chuck Burhorn,
Jason Gallop, Don Harmon.
BO PRICEGIRLS’ BASKETBALL
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay Williams, Ann Oliver, Sue Wamble, Betty Jo Christian, Sweetie McCommon, Brenda Curry, Peggy Parham, Betty Carol Parham, Judy Larkin, Peggy Harper, Ann Bourland, and Loyce Cody. Manager Donna Hathcote, Coach James Burrow, and Manager Jean Gilmore.
Forward SWEETIE McCOMMON PEGGY HARPER LOYCE CODY
All Little Ten Forward Forward Forward
ANN OLIVER Forward
BETTY C. PARHAM Forward
KAY WILLIAMS Guard
ANN BOURLAND Guard
JUDY LARKIN SUE WAMBLE BRENDA CURRY BETTY JO CHRISTIAN
Guard Guard Guard Guard, All Little TenJUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL
BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Eddie Gregory, Wesley Fears, Ricky Angle, William Kidd, Douglas Francis, Benford Thompson, Kennon Hood. SECOND ROW: Paul Hawkins, Phillip Sullivan, Mike Kendrick, Johnny Leech, Junior Dean, Stevie Rue, Harold Hill, A1 Wiygul. THIRD ROW: Manager Jimmy Downs, Eddie Harrison, Walter Welford, Dale Rowe, Gene Tinsley, Coach Don Williamson, Billy Pickle, Dennis Lingenfelder, Ray Harris, Louis Hathcote, Manager Joe Hilliard.
JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Patricia Coleman, Nan Miller, Sissue Jones, Marsha Monaghan, Susie Hogan, Rebecca Haney.
19LEFT TO RIGHT: Bobby Fowlkes, Eddie Gregory, Gene Tinsley, Doug Francis, Coach Don Williamson, Mike Flanagan, Wesley Fears, Kennon Hood, Junior Dean, Pete Jenkins, Manager Stevie Rue.
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Rue, Ann Bourland, Ann Oliver, Peggy Harper, Joanne Ashley, Coach; Clara Reeves, Jan Smith, Nan Miller, Peggy Holley, Celia Ledbetter, Vernell Jones, Linda Brown, Hazel Curry, Susie Hogan, Donna Parham, Linda Crenshaw. Also, the Jr. High Little Ten Trophy is pictured.VARSITY TRACK
LEFT TO RIGHT: Bo Price, Lynn Lewis, Mike Davis, David Massengill, Chuck Burhorn, Jim Conwill, Deward Sum-merford, Tommy Curry, Carroll Moffett, Billy Williams, Ann Oliver, Hazel Curry, Sue Wamble, Brenda Curry, Peggy Parham, Nan Vann, Mike Matthews, Tony. Brown, Manager.
JUNIOR HIGH TRACK
LITTLE TEN CHAMPIONS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Tommy Byars, Larry Chism, Benford Thompson, Johnny Leech, Wesley Fears, Doug Francis, Gene Tinsley, Ken Hood, Eddie Gregory, Dale Rowe, Junior Dean, Ann Oliver, Donna Parham, Carol Rue, Linda Crenshaw, Hazel Curry, Billy Williams, Pete Jenkins.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Warren Pickle, Don Barnes, Bo Price, Danny Sanders, Chuck Burhorn, Coach Marrett, Wesley Fears, Tommy Curry, Junior Dean, Don Harmon, Manager Eddie Harrison, Kinney Hill, Teddy Jones, Lee Miller, Dail Sanders, David Hill, Steve Palmer, Manager Eddie Gregory.
LITTLE TEN AND AMORY INVITATIONAL
LEFT TO RIGHT: Buddy Bryant, Ed Hayman, Jimmy Baker, Mike Flanagan, Mike Matthews, Don Carpenter.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Ashley, Coach; Ray Miller, Phil Armor, Jim Baker, Kerry Roby. BOTTOM: Nan Miller, Susan Wright, Ann Bourland, Judy Larkin.Our school forever onward”
ORGANIZATIONSSenior High Student Council
SEATED, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Bobby Hill, Susan Peeler, Don Harmon, Kay Williams, Kinney Hill. STANDING: Mike Davis, Warren Pickle, Mr. Thompson, Marvin Godfrey, Phil Armor.
Vice-President .... Marvin Godfrey Secretary-Treasurer . . . Kay Williams Advisor............Mr. J. C. Thompson
24Junior High Student Council
SEATED, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: A1 Wiygul, Vice-President; Mr. Burrow, Sponsor; Sam Creekmore, President; Jurney Davis, Secretary-Treasurer. STANDING: David Halbert, Joe Frank Peeler, Johnny Leech, Mike Kendrick, Ray Harris, Elizabeth Creekmore.
The Student Councils are organizations composed of students elected from their respective classes to lead and govern the student body. To be a member one has to have a C or better average in scholarship and a B or better in citizenship.
The Junior High Student Council is composed of nine members. There are two representatives from the seventh grade, and three representatives from the eighth grade, one of which is the vice-president. The four members from the ninth grade include the president.
The Senior High Student Council is also composed of nine members. There are two representatives from the tenth grade, and three representatives from the eleventh grade, including the vice-president. There are four senior members, one of whom is the president.
The purpose of the Student Councils is to encourage and to co-ordinate student activities.
It attempts to boost the morale and school spirit through sponsoring social activities and promoting the ideals of good school citizenship. Aiding in drives, campaigns, and other similar phases of the school program also plays an important part in the Councils' work.
The Student Councils of this year are to be congratulated on the fine work which they did. Without them and their work, our school system could certainly have not run as smoothly as it did. Their help and understanding was appreciated by the entire student body.
25NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: Alma Parish, Jo Anne Haughton, Linda Kaye Smith, Susan Wright, Diane Wright, Co-Secretary-Treasurer; Warren Pickle, President; Dorothy Palmer, Co-Secretary-Treasurer; Penny Knight, Kay Williams, Mable Armstrong, Andra Kiser. STANDING: Wayne Meredith, Martha Reece, Joe Kirk, Dorothy Simmons, Frank Crawford, Peggy Parham, Kinney Hill, Doris Hood, Mary Woodie Lann, Donna Hathcote, David Massengill, Linda Noe, John Olson, Anita Moss, Mr. J. C. Thompson, Sponsor. NOT SHOWN: Kathy Williams, Vice-President.
The National Honor Society is an honor club composed of juniors and seniors. To become a member of this club is possibly the highest honor a student can attain in Amory Junior -Senior High School.
The honor society is based on service, character, leadership, and scholarship (with emphasis on scholarship). The student installed must have a 90 or above average, with no single yearly average under 85, unless an extra unit has been taken with a grade of 90 or above average received in it.
The names of the members are placed on a national roll in Washington, and are recognized by all colleges and high schools. The National Honor Society is sponsored by the National Association of Secondary Principals. The Amory chapter was chartered in 1960.
26Business Manager, Kinney Hill; Faculty Editor, Harriett Woolf; Photographer, Johnny Lile.
Class Editors, Mary’ Woodie Lann, Linda Feature Editors, Susan Wright, Jean Kaye Smith, Sam Creekmore, Diane Gilmore.
Co-Editors, Diane Wright, Wilmuth Creekmore; Co-Sponsors, Mrs. Allison, Mrs. Hodo.
Organization Editors, Dorothy Palmer,
Sports Editors, Sweetie McCommon, Elementary Editors, Kaye Pace, Pam Linda McDonald, Sherry Burdine, Ann
Ray Miller, Danny Sanders. Pierce. Bourland.p
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After school workers... . FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Don Carpenter, Warren Pickle, Martha Streety, Kathy Williams, Kay Williams, Carol Page, Paulette Harrison.
News Editor.............................................Donna Hathcote
Sports Editor.......................................................Don Carpenter
Feature Editor........................................Kay Williams
Club Editor...........................................Paulette Harrison
Society Editor.....................................Bettye Jo Christian
Editor Warren Pickle
Typists, Marilyn Darnall, Barbara Odom, Carolyn Jenkins, Kay Underwood.
Reporters, Linda Noe, Anita Moss, Judy Brooks, Sandra May, Susan Peeler, Kay Hill, Elizabeth Gardner, Judy McCary, Andra Kiser, Claudia Chandler, Jo Ann Haughton, Mac McDivitt, Buddy Bryant, Benton Howell, Austin Bunch, Dorothy Simmons.PRODUCTION STAFF: Production Manager, Kathy Wil- BUSINESS STAFF: Business Manager and Advertising,
liams; Assistants, Carol Page, Martha Streety. Norman James; Assistants, Tony Jones, Kerry Roby;
Circulation Managers, Bettye Bryan, Mable Armstrong, Becky Egger; Exchange Manager, Phyllis Cox.
Assistant Editor.......................................................Gail Senter
Co-Feature Editors....................................Rebecca Haney, Shirley James
Co-Sports Editors.......................................A1 Wiygul, David Halbert
Co-Club Editors.........................................Beth Moore, Peggy Harper
Reporters .... Paul Coggin, Sue Jenkins, Mary Floyd Agnew, Brenda Kimbrough Elizabeth Creekmore, Terry Harrison, Peggy Worthy, Marsha Christian
Jan Smith, Kerry Stevens
Business Manager................................................Meredith McFadden
Assistant Manager...................................................Joe Frank Peeler
Circulation Manager..............................................Marsha Monaghan
Co-Production Managers..............................Sherry Siegel, Judy Kirkpatrick
Assistant Production Manager...................................................Larry Boozer
Advisor ........................................................Miss Dorothy Moffett
MR. R. T. BAKER Director
Whether early in the morning, in mid afternoon, or late at night, one could hear the various instruments which accompanied the practicing of our own Panther Band. They were always there.. .at the Pep Rallies, football games, and of course, the parades.
Leading the band was Kinney Hill who was for two years the Drum Major. Right behind him marched the six majorettes who were everybodys' favorites. From the sidelines one could see Mr. Baker, director, looking with pride as he should as the band performed. However, all of these could have done nothing without the band members themselves, who were faithful in their work to attain the greatness they have. All of them certainly represented and boosted our school
MAJORETTES, FROM VEFT TO RIGHT: Eanita Battafte, Susan Wri'g.Ytt, Sidney Faulkner, Glenda Beackum, ’Judy McCary, ]ane McCaty, an Lee Cutcliii.MARCHING BAND
Jean Lee Cutcliff Dianne Duncan Becky Egger Emily Hood Sherry Siegel Lynn Scott
CLARINETS Lanita Battaile Glenda Beachum Jane Me Cary Claudia Chandler Sidney Faulkner Meredith McFadden Carolyne Morgan Patricia Reedy Danny Reeves Kerry Roby Brenda Shelton Susan Wright Patsy Yelverton
BARITONE SAXOPHONE Phil Armor
CORNETS Jimmy Baker Frank Berry Dan Brook Paul Coggin Jimmy Glenn Johnny Haley Sissue Jones Jimmy Lee Richard Lusby Dickey Todd Chris Toney
TROMBONES James Archer Terry Harrison Larry Morris Joe Peeler Donnie Young
Drum Major Kinney Hill
FRENCH HORNS Annette Knight Brenda Murfee Margaret Word
TENOR SAXOPHONE Bobby Barrington
CYMBALS Martha Streety
BASS HORNS Harold McNeely Harold Roberts Jimmy Tibbett
BASS CLARINETS Tony Jones Sandra May
BARITONES Grady Harmon Lee Parham
DRUMS Lonny Cain Rusty Lewis Larry Pearson Larry Ray Mike Wax
ALTO SAXOPHONES Ann Bourland Cathy Campbell Kinney Hill Charlotte Ledbetter Judy McCary Susan Peeler Clara Reeves
OFFICERS President .... Liz Burdine Vice-President . Rebecca Haney Secretary. . Meredith McFadden Treasurer . . . Ann Bourland
Marsha Monaghan Shirley James Sponsor .... Mrs. Allen
OFFICERS President . . . Cindy Lewis
Vice-President . Beverly Roberts Secretary . . Marsha Christian
Treasurer . . . . Sissue Jones
Program Chairman . Susan Hill Sponsor .... Miss Moffett
OFFICERS President . . . Ann Williams
Elizabeth Creekmore Secretary . . Patricia Williams
Treasurer . . . Diane Tinsley
Program Chairman. Martha Lann Sponsor . . . Miss McCarleyY-TEENS
ETTA DOZIER BEAUCHAMP
OFFICERS President . . Harriett Woolf
Vice-President . Mimi Lewis Secretary . . Jean Gilmore
Treasurer . . Martha Reece
Program Chairman ....
Carolyn Jenkins Sponsor .... Mrs. Frye
OFFICERS President . . Sidney Faulkner
Paulette Harrison Secretary . . Mable Armstrong Treasurer . . . Penny Knight
Program Chairman ....
Dorothy Palmer Sponsor ... Miss Spivey
OFFICERS President . . Lanita Battaile
Vice-President . Jone Basham Secretary . . Emily Hood
Treasurer . . . Susan Peeler
Program Chairman ....
Annette Knight Sponsor .... Miss ReaghDEBATE AND DRAMATICS CLUBS
OFFICERS President . . Norman James
Vice-President. Shirley Phillips Secretary. .Jo Anne Haughton Treasurer . . Judy Larkin
Reporter .... Kay Hill Sponsors .... Mr. Stuart Mr. Lewis
OFFICERS President . . Marvin Godfrey
Vice-President. Danny Sanders Secretary .... Bo Price Chaplain . .Tommy Ledbetter Sponsor .... Mr. Lamb
OFFICERS President . . Sam Creekmore
Vice-President . David Halbert
Secretary. Treasurer Chaplain Sponsor .
Larry Boozer . Gene Tinsley . Ken Morton Mr. EskridgeSenior High Chorus
We'll sing our songs to you; some that are gay and some that are blue; we'll sing them just for you..so goes the theme of the Amory High School Chorus. This year they have worked hard learning songs to be presented before various Clubs and school assemblies. In March they attended the District Choral Festival and later that month the State Festival. The Chorus is directed by Mr. R. T. Baker. The Accompanist was Donna Hathcote.
Junior High Chorus
OFFICERS: President, Daphne Pierce; Vice-President, Diane Young'; Secretary, Nancy Rodgers; Reporter, Dottie Anthony; Sponsor, Mrs. Oliver.GIRLS’
OFFICERS President . Peggy Parham Vice-President . Nan Vann Secretary . Bobbye Miller
Mary Ann Hathcock Sponsor . Miss Ashley
MEMBERS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: P. Parham, N. Vann, M. Hathcock,
B. Miller. SECOND ROW: B. Christian, S. McCom-mon, M. Ashley, H. Woolf, L. Smith.
David Massengill Vice-President.Bobby Hill Treasurer . . Don Harmon Sponsor . . Coach Brown
MEMBERS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: D. Massengill, B. Hill, D. Harmon. SECOND ROW: D. Halbert,
S. Palmer, J. Brown, R. Miller, G. Shumpert, J. Wilson, J. Elliott, D. Barnes, C. Dyson. THIRD ROW: B. Bryant, K. Hill, D. Wells, K. Roby, L. Reich, R. Reich, D. Summerford, B. Walker,
M. Davis. FOURTH ROW:
T. Jones, E. Hayman, C. Burhom, W. Pickle, J. Sullivan, J. Haley, J. Price, D. Sanders, J.
Kirk, J. Baker. FIFTH ROW: D. Hill, G. Earl,
J. Stewart, M. Matthews, B. Johnson, P. Armor, T. Curry, M. McDivitt.
36OFFICERS: President, Joyce Cody; Vice-President, Jone Basham; Secretary, Annette Minor; Sponsor, Mrs. Beauchamp.
OFFICERS: President, Jo McDivitt; Vice-President, Elizabeth Creekmore; Secretary, Beth Moore; Treasurer, Sissue Jones; Sponsor, Mrs. Moore.
37SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB
OFFICERS President .... Nan Vann Representatives . Phyllis Cox Frank Crawford Secretary .... Kay Hill Sponsor .... Mr. Lewis
QUILL AND SCROLL
OFFICERS President . . Warren Pickle
Mary Woodie Lann Secretary . . . Anita Moss
Treasurer . . . Diane Wright
Sponsors .... Mrs. Hodo Mrs. Frye Mrs. Allison
OFFICERS President . . Marvin Godfrey
Vice-President . Johnny Haley
President . .David Massengill Vice-President . Kinney Hill Sponsor .... Mr. TatumF.H.A.
F.F. A. SWEETHEART Jone Basham
OFFICERS: President, Carroll Moffett; Vice-President, Phil Walden; Secretary, Bobby Betts; Treasurer, Jimmy Wiggington; Sponsor, Mr. Riley.
F.H.A. DREAMBOAT Carroll Moffett
OFFICERS President . . Mary Woodie Lann
Vice-President . Marilyn Darnall
Mary Ann Hathcock Sponsor .... Miss Milstead
President .... Pam Pierce Vice-President . . Nan Miller
Ann Bourland Sponsor...............Miss GriffinBETteb
OFFICERS President . . . Kay Oliver
Vice-President . Rosanell Berry Secretary-Treasurer .
Mary Woodie Lann A Reporter .... Ann Oliver Song Leader . . Faye Fowlkes
Sponsor . . . Mrs. Varnell
OFFICERS President . . Edwin Reeves
Vice-President . .Gene Earl Secretary . . George Reeves
Treasurer . . Danny Reeves
Sponsor . .Mr. McMorrough
T AND I CLUB
OFFICERS President . . Thomas Ritter
Vice-President . . James Lee
Secretary . Mary Frances Harris Treasurer . . Bobby Joe Poss
Sponsor . . . Mr. Eskridge Proudly we march to fame”
SPECIAL OCCASIONSTHE QUEEN S COURT
PRESENTING THE 1960 HOMECOMING MAIDS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Peggy Aired, Betty Jo Christian, Harriett Woolf, Jean Gilmore, Diane Wright, Wilmuth Creekmore, Kay Underwood, Rebecca Haney, Susan Christian, and Judy Lindsey.
Miss Diane Wright, a senior maid escorted by Jason Gallop, looked lovely in her soft pink formal.
Miss Kay Underwood, a petite senior maid escorted by Norman James, looked lovely in her orchid lace formal.
Miss Jean Gilmore, a senior maid escorted by Don Carpenter, looked very attractive in her aqua gown.
Miss Harriett Woolf, a senior maid escorted by Johnny Wilson, had that sophisticated look in her white formal.
Miss Wilmuth Creekmore, a senior maid escorted by Warren Pickle, looked lovely in her white silk organza gown.
Miss Betty Jo Christian, a junior maid escorted by Marvin Godfrey, had that model look in her yellow formal.
Miss Peggy Aired, a sophomore maid escorted by Sidney Howell, looked exotic in her white gown.
Miss Rebecca Haney, a freshman maid escorted by Johnny Leech, looked lovely in her flowing formal.
Miss Susan Christian, a seventh grade maid escorted by Austin Bunch, looked precious in her pink formal.
Miss Judy Lindsey, an eighth grade maid escorted by Mike Kendrick, looked adorable in her white gown.Homecoming, October 14, 1960, was a full day of excitement. Broadway U.S. A., the theme of this day, was carried out in various ways. The program committee hustled about attending to last minute details, and the maids were excited about their appearance at the game, especially the six senior maids who were hopefully wondering who had been chosen Queen.. The past graduates of Amory Junior-Senior High School retraced their high school days by observing the school spirit of the students. The alumni were escorted around the building and then taken to the lobby for refreshments.
The program directed by Miss Mary Belle Spivey was the first event of this memorable day. The scenes took place in a Hollywood auditioning studio. Numerous pantomimes such as I Enjoy Being A Girl, Once In Love With Amy, Happy Talk, and I Remember It Well provided entertainment for both the students and alumni.
BROADWAY U. S. A.
The highlight of Homecoming was the crowning of the Queen by Don Harmon, President of the Student Body. The Queen had ten attendants who were beautifully dressed in their pastel gowns. The escorts, crownbearers, and the flower girls completed the lovely picture. A splendid ballgame followed the ceremony with Amory topping Houston 13-6.
The closing event of the day was the dance held in the Armory immediately following the ballgame. The Queen and her court were introduced and were honored by having the first dance. The students and alumni danced to the dreamy music provided by Charlie Senns and the Velvatones. As the last notes faded away, the doors to many hearts were unlocked, and placed within a growing collection was another fond memory.
On the night of January 12, 1961, the mothers of the football players prepared a banquet which will be long remembered by the boys, the coaches, and all of the guests. The cafeteria was decorated with a gold football on the table for each player and each player's jersey on the back of his chair. Many girls will remember the banquet because of the gold paint that got on their hands off of the little gold footballs. Others will remember the banquet because of the delicious food.
Miss Wilmuth Creekmore, a lovely young senior, was nominated and chosen Queen of 1961 by the football team. Her radiant smile and winning personality made her fully deserve the title of Football Queen. The choosing of the Football Queen is just one of the many exciting activities that everyone looks forward to each year.
Pictured above are Phil Armor, Jimmy Bo Price, and Billy Stacy, the guest speaker. Phil received an award for the most valuable player and Bo received one for the best tackle. Billy Stacy spoke on Why You Should Participate in High School Athletics When You Can Get An Education Free. This talk was enjoyed by all the guests as well as all the football
Other highlights of the banquet were the presentation of awards and special recognition of the following boys: Jimmy Sullivan, Don Harmon, Johnny Stewart, Steve Palmer, Don Barnes, Bobby Hill, Tommy Curry, Phil Armor, David Massengill, Danny Sanders, and Jimmy Bo Price. These boys received gold footballs for outstanding performance in various games during the season. AN EVENING IN PARIS”
Everyone enjoyed the delicious food.
Bo gives the Welcome Address.BACK TO THE OLD SOUTH
On the night of May 12, 1961, the Junior and Senior classes and their guests were carried back to the Old South. The decorations of magnolia and roses upon picket fences made the atmosphere truly southern.
Mr. Bob Baker was Master of Ceremonies and The Downbeats from the University of Mississippi furnished the music for the evening. The band was stationed on an imitation steamboat, the Robert E. Lee. The Prom began with the Grand March led by the class officers. The revolving colored light above the dance floor cast a faint glow on each couple as they were introduced. Included among the twenty program dances was a ball dance, a famous couple dance, a circle dance, and a prize dance. As the Prom ended and the students joined in the song Memories led by Marilyn Darnall, the recollection of twelve wonderful years brought tears into every Senior's eyes. Football games, parties too, hard work, and play I see; and now as I leave in dreams I'll weave all these beautiful memories. YOU CAN’T KISS CAROLINE
A BROADWAY CAST AND CREW
THE FACTS OF LIFE
This was no ordinary girl.
This was Caroline. During the two weeks she had been at school she'd broken every rule. She never came to The Club for a soda--just went right home after school.
The boys are all upset. A girl should be glad when they want to take her out. She's so independent that even the other girls are imitating her.
The crowd decides that something must be done; some- what, me worry?
one must take Caroline out. Joe's their man; after all, he is the captain of the football team and the Cassanova of the crowd. After trailing behind her for several days, he finally succeeds in getting a date with her. The understanding which develops between Caroline and Joe soon grows into an unexpected love affair.''Father Knows Best”
Can a machine have a soul?
Mass Confusion!LEFT TO RIGHT, BOTTOM ROW: Lloyd Minor, Jerry' Brown, JoAnn Haughton , Anita Moss , Thelma McDonald, Linda Ritter, Kaye McAfee, Kay Underwood, Brenda Harrison, Mimi Lewis , Linda Gregory, Mary Ann Hathcock, Katie Blake, Alma Sue Parish , Sandra English, Judy Brooks, Roger Wigginton, Edward Burks. SECOND ROW: George Shumpert, Ray Miller, Kay Oliver , Donna Hathcote , Jean Gilmore, Harriett Woolf, Betty Kynerd, Barbara Odom, Jane McCary, Mary Lou West, Judy Larkin, Barbara Cadden, Mary Frances Harris, Gloria Bolding, Martha Jane Reece , Linda Noe , Marilyn Darnall, James Lee, John Olson . THIRD ROW: Steve Palmer, Billy Walsh, Kaye Pace , Sara Joyce Goodwin, Dottie Simmons , Cathy Knight, Joan Sanford, Darla Fears, Glenda Wilson, Mary Woodie Lann , Diane Wright , Linda Kaye Young, Carolyn Jenkins, Rosanell Berry, Peggy Parham , Judy McCary, Shirley Lantrip, Wilmuth Creekmore, Doris Hood , Ernest Lee Worthey, Thomas Ritter. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Poss, Clyde Dyson, Bobby Hill, Kenton Vaughn, Eugene Ritter, Gary Page, Lairy Pearson, Bobby Betts, David Massengill , Kinney Hill , Ronnie Johnson, Norman James, Sidney Howell, Freddie Howell, Johnny Wilson, Carroll Moffett , Johnny Lile, Donnie Young, Wayne Miller. FIFTH ROW: Billy Crump, Larry Morris, Van Dale Hudson, Richard Lusby, Jimmy Elliott, Don Harmon, Morris McCain, Danny Sanders, Ronal Reich, Jimmy Tibbett, Warren Pickle , Ron Pierce, Jason Gallop, Guy Cox, Bobby Howell, Ruben Harris, Edwin Reeves. NOT PICTURED: Janie Love, Don Carpenter.
♦HONORS SPECIAL HONORS GOLD CORD AND TASSEL-NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
May 26, 8:00 p.m.
High School Band
TODAY’S MARVELOUS CHALLENGING WORLD
Welcome: A Senior’s Reflections
Lessons Applied to Life
Most Inspiring Ideal
Calm Moments in the Space Age
Presentation of Class
Mr. J. C. Thompson
Awarding of Diplomas
Mr. C. E . Hayman
High School Band GRADUATION DAY”
It's a time for joy, a time for tears, a time we'll treasure through the years.
We'll remember always, Graduation Day.
Though we leave in sorrow all the joys we’ve known, we can face tomorrow knowing we’ll never walk alone.
When the ivy walls are far behind, no matter where our paths may wind, we'll remember always, Graduation Day.
Seven o'clock came early for some Seniors Friday night. The excitement of getting ready for the big moment was almost here. Everyone was busy fixing their caps and gowns. After marching in, the Invocation was given by Kinney Hill, David Massengill began his speech by welcoming the parents, administration, and friends. Before we knew it, the speeches were over and we were lining up to receive our diplomas. Each Senior had a moment of joy when he walked across the stage. When we were pronounced graduates of Amory High School and began to march out, we realized it was not a dream. A reception and party followed the Exercise.GOLDEN PANTHER AWARD
DAVID MASSENGILL MARY WOODIE LANN DONNA HATHCOTE PEGGY PARHAM
ANITA MOSS DORIS HOOD
WARREN PICKLE DOTTIE SIMMONS
TOP ELEVEN AT A.H.S.
On May 23, 1961, the Golden Panther Award was presented to these eleven members of the senior class. They were chosen on the basis of their scholastic averages and their participation in all-school activities.
They were the first students to be selected under the new system of awards initiated this year. New members will be added each year.
That night the chosen group and their parents were honored with a dinner in the high school cafeteria. The girls serving were the junior members of the National Honor Society. The event proved to be successful, and in the years to come will grow to be one of the greatest honors at A.H.S.HONORS
ALMA SUE PARISH Alpha Psi Sorority Scholarship
WARREN PICKLE DONNA HATHCOTE
Citizenship Award Citizenship Award
DIANE WRIGHT KINNEY HILL
P.T.A. Scholarship Science Award
DOROTHY SIMMONS DAVID MASSENGILL MARY WOODIE LANN
Business Education Award Math Award Homemaking Award
D. A. R. Good Citizenship AwardGIRLS' STATE, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Dorothy Palmer, Betty Jo Christian, Kay Williams, Kathy Williams.
BOYS' STATE, SEATED: Bo Price, Joe Kirk. STANDING: Marvin Godfrey, Tommy Ledbetter.
WILMUTH CREEKMORE Pilot Club Girl
MABLE ARMSTRONG American History Award
KAY WILLIAMS English Achievement Award, Treasurer of M. S. P. A.
ROTARY BOYS OF THE MONTH, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Don Harmon, Danny Sanders, Kinney Hill, David Massengill, Warren Pickle, and John Olson.
PEGGY PARHAM, TOMMY CURRY Best All-Round Athletes
JoANN HAUGHTON Betty Crocker Homemaking Award
CLAUDIA CHANDLER Lion's All-State BandBlack and gold will reign supreme”
FEATURESM g tr1 tr1i W
These students were chosen on the basis of their—
All one's life is music, if one touches the notes rightly and in time.
Your time and opportunities are priceless possessions, of far greater value than gold and silver. WARREN PICKLE
The world knows nothing of its greatest men.
MARY WOODIE LANN
He most lives who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best.
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Every man's life lives within the present; for the past is spent and the future is uncertain.
The blossom cannot tell what becomes of its odor; and no man can tell what becomes of his influence. WILMUTH
The simplest thing in the world is greatness; indeed, to be simple is to be great.
Character is a unity, and all the virtues must advance together to make the perfect man.
O f11 1STEVE PALMER WILMUTH CREEKMORESteve and Wilmuth, seniors at Amory Junior-Senior High School, were selected as Mr. and Miss A.H.S. of 1961. Both of them take a great interest in the school and support it wholeheartedly. Steve participates in all phases of athletics, while Wilmuth busies herself with annual work, Y-Teens, and many other activities. Although most of their time involves some phase of school work, they still find time for other outside fun. Steve enjoys one particular hobby, working on his car. He and Wilmuth also find time to learn a few new things such as how to play a good game of chess.
Steve and Wilmuth are an ideal example of typical Amory High School students. They were not chosen only for their friendliness, but for their outstanding interest,
abilities, and leadership qual- ities as well. They are never too busy to lend a
helping hand, or to greet - others with a friendly smile and a cheery hello
It is because of these - things that we purposely chose them for our
Mr. and Miss A. H. S.t RfJjedL
A Teacher-- Efficient and Faithful
A Woman--Diligent and Wise
A Friend--Loyal and True
A Christian Worker
Broad in Her Sympathy
Sound in Her Faith
Great in Her Humility
62CLASSESSENIOR CLASS OF 1961
CLASS OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Woodie Lann, Treasurer; David Massengill, President; Diane Wright, Secretary; and Danny Sanders, Vice-President.
ROSANELL BERRY Y-Teens 3; American History Club 3; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 1, 4.
F.F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; American History Club 3; Social Studies Club 4.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; F.H.A. 3, 4; American History Club 3; 4-H Club 1; Library Assistant 4; Office Assistant 4.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; American History Club 3; F. H. A 3; Dramatic Club 3; Track 2, 3; Assistant Elementary Teacher 4.
JUDY BROOKS Transferred from Sacred Heart Academy, Cullman, Alabama 1; Y-Teens 3; Debate Club 3, 4, Officer 4; American History Club 3, Officer 3; Social Studies Club 4; F. H. A. 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Peptomist 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4, Officer 4.
BARBARA LOWERY CADDEN Transferred from Hatley 2; Y-Teens 2, 3; American History Club 3.
DON CARPENTER Hi-Y 1, 2; Sports Club 1; Quill and Scroll 4; Junior Play; Speech Play 4; Peptomist 2, 3, 4; Golf 3, 4, Captain 3, 4; Senior Play; Tennis 4.
EDWARD BURKS 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; American History Club 3; Sports Club 1; Football 4; Library Assistant 1.
WILMUTH CREEKMORE Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3; Panorama Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4; Library Club 1, 2, 3, Officer 3; 4-H Club 1, 2, Officer 1, 2; American History Club 3; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Chorus 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Beauty 3, 4; Football Queen 4; Miss A. H. S. 4; Class Favorite 1; Girls' State 3; Class Officer 3;
F. F. A. Sweetheart 2; Homecoming Court 2, 4; Senior Play; Hall Of Fame 4; Library Assistant 2, 3.
JERRY BROWN Transferred from Nurnberg American High School, Germany 2; Class Officer 3; Track 3; Football 3, 4; A-Club 3, 4.
GUY COX T. I. Club 4.JIM ELLIOTT 4-H Club 1, 2, Officer 2; F.F. A. 2, Officer 2; A-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3; American History Club 3; Sports Club 1; Car Club 1; Panorama Staff 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Honorable Mention All Little Ten 4; Junior Play; Speech Play 3; Basketball Manager 3.
F.F. A. 1, 3,4; 4-H Club
1, 2, 3,4; T. I. Club
MARILYN DARN ALL Transferred from Tupelo, Mississippi 1; Y-Teens 2,
3, 4, Officer 3, 4; 4-H Club 3; Debate Club 3, Officer 3; Dramatic Club 3; American History Club 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2, 3; Peptomist 4; Quill and Scroll 4; F. H. A.
4, Officer 4; Library Assistant 2, 3, 4; Music and Theory Harmony 2; Senior Play.
CLYDE DYSON Football 1, 2; Manager 3; A-Club 3, 4; Sports Club 1, 2; Science Club 3; Junior Play; Senior Play.
DARLA JEAN FEARS Library Club 1,4; Library Assistant 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; American History Club 3; Peptomist 4; F.H.A. 4.
Hi-Y 2, 3; Sports Club I;
4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Officer
2, 3; A-Club 4; Basketball
3, 4; Track 3; Senior Play.
DELORISE JEAN GILMORE Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,4, Officer 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, Officer 3; American History Club 3, Officer 3; A-Club 4; Homecoming Court 4; Beauty 4; Office Assistant 4; Chorus 3, 4; Junior Play; Speech Play 3; Senior Play; Basketball Manager 4; Panorama Staff 4.SARA GOODWIN Y-Teens 1; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3; American History Club 3; Library Assistant 3; Assistant Elementary Teacher 4.
LINDA GREGORY Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1, 2; American History Club 3; Library Club 2; Library Assistant 2; Assistant Elementary Teacher 4.
DON HARMON Sports Club 1; Student Council 3, 4, President 4;
A-Club 3, 4, Officer 4; Class Officer 2; Most Versatile 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Honorable Mention All Little Ten 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; Honorable Mention All Little Ten 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Senior Play; Speech Play 4.
MARY FRANCES HARRIS Y-Teens 1, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 4; American History Club 3; T. I. Club 4, Officer 4; Junior Play.
REUBEN HARRIS Hi-Y 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Jets 4; Sports Club 1, 2; American History Club 3.
BRENDA HARRISON Y-Teens 1, 2, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 4; American History Club 3; F. H. A. 3; Chorus 3, 4; Library Club 1, 2; Library Assistant 1, 2; Assistant Elementary Teacher 4.
MARY ANN HATHCOCK Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1, 3, Officer 3; Debate Club 3, Officer 3; 4-H Club 1, Officer 1; A-Club 3, 4, Officer 4; F. H.A. 4, Officer 4; Beauty 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Head Cheerleader 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Music Theory and Harmony 2.
DONNA HATHCOTE Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Pepto-mist 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 3; American History Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Officer 4; A-Club 4; Typing Medal 3; Most Versatile 4; Girls' State 3; Homecoming Court 1; Library Assistant 1; Basketball Manager 4; Junior Play; Office Assistant 4; Accompanist for Chorus 3, 4; Dance Band 4; Senior Play; Hall of Fame.JOANNE HAUGHTON Y-Teens 1, 3; Library Club 1; Dramatic Club 3, 4, Officer 4; Peptomist 4;
Quill and Scroll 4; Debate Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; American History Club 3; Betty Crocker Homemaker Award 4; Junior Play; Library Assistant 1; Speech Play 4; Senior Play.
KINNEY HILL A-Club 2, 3,4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3; Science Club 3; Electronics Club 1, 2, Officer 2; Jets 4, Officer 4; American History Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4; Drum Major 3, 4; Boys' State 3; Dance Band 4: Panorama 4; Crickets 3,4; Speech Play 4; Hall of Fame 4.
Sports Club 1; A-Club 3,4, Officer 4; Class Officer 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Honorable Mention All Little Ten 4; Student Council 4; Junior Play; Track 2, 3.
DORIS JEAN HOOD Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, Officer 2; Library Club 1, 3; F.H. A. 3, Officer 3; American History Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 1, 3.
BOBBY HOWELL 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 4; Jets 4; American History Club 3; Sports Club 1,2.
FREDDIE HOWELL, JR. Track 2, 3; Football 4; A-Club 3; American History Club 3.
SIDNEY HOWELL Sports Club 1; Science Club 1; American History Club 3.
VAN DALE HUDSON Hi-Y 3, Officer 3; Basketball 2; Track 2; A-Club 2, 3; Sports Club 1; Band 1; Class Officer 3.
68NORMAN JAMES Dramatic Club 3, 4, Officer 4; Debate Club 3, 4; Library Club 2, 3; American History Club 3, Officer 3; Hi-Y 2, 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Band 1, 2; Chorus
1, 3, 4; Library Assistant 1,
2, 3, 4; Peptomist 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Speech Play 4.
CAROLYN JENKINS Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,4, Officer 4; Chorus 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3; American History Club 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Peptomist 4; Speech Play 4; Senior Play.
RONNIE JOHNSON Hi-Y 2; Library Club 1; American History Club 3; Tennis 2, 3; North State Tennis Meet 2; Track 2.
ELVIS KENNEDY Y-Teens 1, 3; American History Club 3; Friendliest Girl 2; F. F.A. Sweetheart 3; Homecoming Court 2, 3; Class Favorite 2.
T. G I. Club 4, Officer 4;
BETTY KYNERD Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; American History Club 3; Dramatic Club 1, 3; Chorus 2, 3; Speech Play 4.
MARY WOODIE LANN Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 1, 3, 4; American History Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Officer 4; F. H. A. 4, Officer 4; Panorama Staff 3, 4; Class Officer 4; Most Likely to Succeed 4; Girls' State 3; Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; Speech Play 4; Senior Play; Hall of Fame 4.
SHIRLEY LANTRIP Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1, 2; American History Club 3; F. H. A. 4.JUDY LARKIN Transferred from Sacred Heart Academy, Cullman, Alabama 3; Debate Club 3, 4, Officer 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4, Officer 4; Tennis 3, 4; Basketball 4; A-Club 4.
Transferred from Calhoun City, Mississippi 4; T. I. Club 4, Officer 4.
Transferred from Tivy High School, Kerrville, Texas 3; Y-Teens 3, 4, Officer 4; Dramatic Club 3; American History Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Track 3.
JOHN STANLEY LILE Sports Club 1; 4 H Club 1 Photography Club 1, 2; American History Club 3; Science Club 1, 2, 3; Panorama Staff 3, 4; Junior Play.
JANIE HATHCOCK LOVE Y-Teens 1, 3; Dramatic Club 3; Debate Club 3; Track 1, 2; Chorus 2, 3; American History Club 3.
RICHARD LUSBY Transferred from Carl Hayden High School, Phoenix, Arizona 3; Band 3, 4.
DAVID MASSENGILL A-Club 3, 4, Officer 4j Jets 4, Officer 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; American History Club 3; Sports Club 1; Boys' State 3; Class Officer 4; Most Intellectual 4; Football 2, 3, 4; All Little Ten 4; Captain 4; Hall of Fame 4.
KAYE McAFEE Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; American History Club 3.
70MORRIS McCAIN T. I. Club 3.
JANE McCARY Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; F.H. A. 4; 4-H Club 1;'American History Club 3; Dramatic Club 2; Office Assistant 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4.
JUDY McCARY Y-Teens 1, 2, Officer 1; 4-H Club 1; F.H. A. 4; American History Club 3; Peptomist 4; Dramatic Club 3; Office Assistant 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM RAY MILLER
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; A-Club 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 1; Tennis 4; Peptomist 1,2; Panorama Staff 4; Junior Play; Senior Play.
LLOYD MINOR Football 1; A-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; T. I. Club 4, Officer 4; Hi-Y 2; Sports Club 1.
THELMA MCDONALD Transferred from Aberdeen High School, Aberdeen, Mississippi 3.
CARROLL MOFFETT F.F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer
1, 3, 4; American History Club 3; Social Studies Club 4; Football 2; Track
2, 3, 4; Basketball 4; Class Officer 1; Class Favorite 2; F.H. A. Dreamboat 4LARRY MORRIS Hi-Y 3, 4; Jets 4, Officer 4; American History Club 3; Sports Club 1; Band 1,
2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Track 3; Dance Band 4; Senior Play.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer
2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3; American History Club 3, Officer 3; Quill and Scroll 4; National Honor Society
3, 4; Peptomist 3, 4; Office Assistant 1, 2, 3.
Transferred from Cleveland High School, Cleveland, Mississippi 4; Chorus 4;
4-H Club 4, Officer 4; Y-Teens 4.
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 1, 2, 4; Dramatic Club 1,3; American History Club 3, Officer 3; Quill and Scroll 4; Panorama Staff 4; Library Assistant 4; Junior Play; Speech Play 4; Senior Play.
ANITA MOSS Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Officer 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 3, 4, Officer 4; Debate Club 3,
4; Debate Team 3,4;
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Officer 4; American History Club 3, Officer 3; 4-H Club 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; American History Award 3; Peptomist 2, 3, 4; Office Assistant 4.
JOHN OLSON Transferred from Kenner Jr. High School, New Orleans, Louisiana 2; Boys' State 3; National Honor Society 3, 4.
BARBARA ODOM Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; American History Club 3; Peptomist 4; Band 1, 3; Chorus 2, 3; Office Assistant 4; Assistant Elementary School Teacher 4.
Car Club 1; Sports Club 1; American History Club 3; Band 1; Crickets 3,4; Senior Play.
72STEVE PALMER A-Club 3, 4; Sports Club 1; Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 3; Class Favorite 3; Friendliest Boy 3, 4; Class Officer 1, 2; Mr. A.H.S. 4.
WARREN PICKLE Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Peptomist 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 4; Sports Club 1; A-Club
2, 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Officer 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Officer
3, 4; Car Club 1; Class Officer 1; Boys' State 3j Most Likely to Succeed 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2; Basketball 2, 3, 4; All Little Ten 4; Hall of Fame 4.
PEGGY ANN PARHAM A-Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; Y-Teens 1; National Honor Society 4; Office Assistant 4; Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4; All Little Ten 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3,4; Most Athletic Girl 3, 4; Hall of Fame 4.
ALMA SUE PARISH Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; American History Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4.
LARRY PEARSON Sports Club 1; American History Club 3; Science Club 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Crickets 3, 4; Dance Band 4.
RONALD D. PIERCE Transferred from Barnstable High School, Hyan-nis, Massachusettes 2; Debate Team 3; Debate Club 3, Officer 3; Dramatic Club 3; Hi-Y 3; American History Club 3; Chorus 3; Track 3; Band 3; Speech Play 3; Junior Play.
BOBBY JOE POSS
F.F. A. 1, 2; T. I. Club
3, 4, Officer 3, 4.
MARTHA JANE REECE Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; National Honor Society 4.
LINDA RITTER Y-Teens 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1, 2; T. I. Club 4.
4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer
2, 4; F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; T.
I. Club 3, 4, Officer 4.
RONAL REICH A-Club 3, 4; F.F. A. 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3; 4-H Club 2; American History Club 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Honorable Mention All Little Ten 4.
ROBERT EUGENE RITTER Electronic Club 1, 2; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3,4; T. I. Club 3, 4; Sports Club 1; Library Club 3.
THOMAS RITTER 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; T. I. Club 3, 4, Officer 3, 4.
DANNY SANDERS Panorama Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 1; Hi-Y 2, 4, Officer 2, 4; 4-H Club 1; American History Club 3, Officer 3; Class Favorite 1; Class Officer 1, 2, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Crickets 3, 4; Baseball 4; Basketball 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Honorable Mention All Little Ten 4; Most Athletic Boy 4.
JOAN SANFORD Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4; F. H. A. 4, Officer 4; 4-H Club 1.
GEORGE ADRON SHUMPERT, JR. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; A-Club 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 2; Sports Club 1; Car Club 1.
74DOROTHY SIMMONS Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 1» 2, 3; Library Club 1, 2, 3, Officer 2; Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Officer 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; D. A. R. Good Citizenship Award 4; Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Pepto-mist 3, 4.
JIMMY SULLIVAN Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; A-Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3.
JAMES HESTER TIBBETT Electronics Club 1, 2; American History Club 3; Jets 4; Social Studies Club 4; Sports Club 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
KAY UNDERWOOD Transferred from Kansas City 3; Y-Teens 3, 4, Officer 4; Library Club 3; Peptomist 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Class Favorite 4; Friendliest Girl 4; Homecoming Court 4; Library Assistant 4; Chorus 3, 4; Speech Play 4.
KENTON VAUGHN Sports Club 1, Officer 1; 4-H Club 2, 3, 4.
BILLY WALSH Transferred from Collierville High School, Collierville, Tennessee 4; T.
I. Club 4; Class Favorite 4.
CHARLES WEBSTER Sports Club 2; Photography Club 1; T. I. Club 4; Crickets 4; Football 1,
2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Track 3; A-Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 2; Senior Play.
MARY LOU WEST American History Club 3; F.H. A. 3.ROGER WIGGINTON Sports Club 1; American History Club 3.
GLENDA WILSON Transferred from East High School, Denver, Colorado 4.
ERNEST LEE WORTHEY F.F. A. 1, 2, 3,4; T. G I. Club 4.
DIANE WRIGHT Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer
2, 3; Panorama Staff 3, 4; Co-Editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Officer
3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Officer 4; American History Club 3; Class Officer 4; Homecoming Court 4; Girls' State 3; Chorus 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Junior Play; Speech Play 4; Senior Play; Hall of Fame 4.
JOHNNY WILSON A-Club 2, 3,4; Football 3, 4; Basketball Manager 2; Social Studies Club 3; Sports Club 1; Car Club 1; Jets 4.
HARRIETT WOOLF Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 3; American History Club 3; A-Club 4; Class Favorite 3; Cheerleader 4; Homecoming Court 4; Beauty 4; Junior Play; Speech Play 4; Senior Play; 4-H Club 1; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Panorama Staff 4.
LINDA KAYE YOUNG Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3; Debate Club 3; American History Club 3; F.H. A. 3, Officer 3; Office Assistant 1, 2; Chorus 3, 4; Track 2, 3.
DONNIE FRANK YOUNG Electronics Club 1, 2; Hi-Y 4; American History Club 3; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Dance Band 4.
President-Jimmy Price Vice-President-Brett Johnson Secretary-Kathy Williams Treasurer-Bettye Jo Christian
James Truett Adams Wynell Addington Phil Armor Lewis Armstrong Mable Armstrong
Jimmy Baker Don Barnes Faye Basham Jacky Boozer Barbara Bowen
Betty Bryan Buddy Bryant R. H. Bur dine Juanita Clark Dianne Comvill
Phyllis Cox Frank Crawford Tommy Curry Jean Lee Cutcliff James Dean
Sue Dyson Gene Earl Sidney Faulkner Marciadeen Fowlkes Gary FritchJUNIORS
Gloria Jean Harlow Paulette Hamson Kay Hill Sandra Hudson Linda Fay Isbell
Andra Faye Kiser Penny Knight Betty Ledbetter Tommy Ledbetter
Martha Lyle Eleanor Me Common Mac McDivitt Harold McNeely Judy Martin
Mike Matthews Sandra May Wayrie Meredith Bobbye Carol Miller Lucy Miller
Peggy Minga Bonnie Mitchell Ruth Mize Carolyne Morgan Carolyn C. MorganJUNIORS
Shirley Phillips Donna Poe Johnny Reece Kerry Roby Jerry Roche
Stanley Sanders Carolyn Shelton Linda Kaye Smith Nancy Stanford John Stewart
Deward Summerford Alice Thompson Chris Toney Nan Vann Phil Walden
Bobby Walker Lester Wardlaw Marylee Wehrman Davis Wells Jimmy Wigginton
Kay Williams Margaret Word Gerald Worthey Carolyn Ann Wren Susan Wright
Joyce Morgan Dean Pace Dorothy Palmer Carol ParhamSOPHOMORES
President-Jone Basham Vice-President-Austin Bunch Secretary-Emily Hood Treasurer-Annette Knight
Peggy Aired Alton Arnett Darwyn Au shorn Lloyd Barrett Bobby Barrington Lanita Battaile
Glenda Beachum Carolyn Bickerstaff Chyrell Bickerstaff Ann Brown Chuck Burhorn Bruce Carter
Dwight Carter Claudia Chandler Joyce Cody Loyce Cody Tommy Cole Harold Conwill
Jimmy Conwill Brenda Curry Michael Davis Jimmy Dodd Celeste Downs Larry Due
Shirley Earl Becky Egger Jerry Fears Faye Fowlkes Raymond Gallop Paulette Gosa
Brenda Joyce Hall Wayne Hathcote Edwin Hayman Conetta Helms David Hill Dicky Hill
Dennis Houston Benton Howell Betty Hughes Clayton Irving John Wayne Jackson Mary Nell Johnson
Teddy Jones Tony Jones Jimmy Keller Joe Kulovitz Mary Leach Jimmy Lee
Lynn Lewis Janice Lowrimore Turner Lusby Linda McDonald Lee Miller Annette Minor
Mary Monaghan Gordon Ostrowski Carol Page Lee Parham Wayne Parish Joeann Pavlick
Susan Peeler Dale Pennington Nellie Petree Larry Ray Danny Reeves George Reeves
Mary Ritter Harold Roberts Dale Sanders Lynn Scott Alline Sizemore Anna Stockton
Lucille Stockton Martha Streety Brenda Sullivan Jimmy Dale Taylor James Thompson Janell Thompson
Betty Jo Walls Sue Wamble Eddie Wardlaw Paula Wilkinson James Williams Bettie WiygulNINTH
President-Richard Williams Vice-President-Steve Rue Secretary-Shirley James Treasurer-Meredith McFadden A1 Andrews Sarah Ann Andrews
Ricky Angle James Archer Elaine Armstrong Frank Berry Janie Blankenship Ann Bourland David Bowen
Jimmy Bowen Dan Brook Beth Brown John Brown Toney Brown Judith Bryan Elizabeth Burdine
Sherry Burdine Tommy Byars Shirley Caldwell Larry Chism Linda Clark Paul Coggin Patricia Coleman
Louise Cook Sam Creekmore Dianne Crump James Dabbs Jurney Davis Junior Dean Shirley Eastman
Linda Farley Wesley Fears Mike Flanagan Bobby Fowlkes Douglas Francis Judy Funderburg Gail Gill
Judy Gilliland Julia Goodwin Eddie Gregory David Halbert Rebecca Haney Wanda Hardy Grady Harmon
Peggy Harper Eddie Harrison Terry Harrison Carolyn Hester Kennon Hood Larry Jenkins Sue Jenkins
Vemell Jones William Kidd Judy Kirkpatrick Thomas Ledbetter Johnny Leech Rusty Lewis
Roy Lee Lindsey Clara Jo Lingenfelder Billy Malone Ina Manasco Betty Sue Minga Ernest Mitchell James Mitchell
Wayne Mitchell Barbara Monaghan J. B. Monaghan Marsha Monaghan Nell Moss Butch Nash L. C. Odom
Ann Oliver Susan Ostrowski Dorothy Pace Rita Palmer Clifford Parrish Pam Pierce Adell Prestridge
Verdell Prestridge Patricia Reedy Clara Reeves Elaine Sanford Jerry Sawyer Jimmy Scruggs Frankie Sewell
Brenda Shelton Sherry Siegel Wanda Stephens Benford Thompson Bennie Thompson Cheryl Thompson Bennie Thornburg
Gene Tinsley Larry Todd Lynn Todd Beatrice Trimm Eddie Vaughn Linda Walden Linda Wallace
Jerry Walls Patsy Ward law Patsy Welford Jane Westbrook Billy Williams Peggy Worthey Patsy Yelverton
President-Cindy Lewis Vice-President-Susan Hill Secretary-Suzie Hogan Treasurer-Nan Miller Kay Alexander Jim Bauer
Ralph Bell Norman Bixler Eddie Blake Howard Boozer Larry Boozer Sherman Bray
Linda Brown Lonny Cain Cathy Campbell Bobby Cantrell Marsha Christian Lois Clark Ann Conwill'
Kitty Conwill Kay Cowart Linda Crenshaw Hazel Curry Jerry Daughtery Roger Dean Dianne Duncan
Joel Duncan Dorothy Edwards Betty Egger Dale Faulkner Jimmy Forbus Jimmy Fowlkes Glenda Francis
William Francis Brenda Garner Kathy Garner Patsy Gill Marilyn Gilliland Jimmy Glenn Becky Greenhill
Jayne Grisham Norbin Grissom Gretle Guyton Howard Hall Billy Harlow Mary Jane Harlow Carolyn Harris
Rosemary Harris Paul Hawkins Sammy Hester Gail Hodges Peggy Holly Dwight Hood Judy Hood
Jerry Howell Jimmy Johnson Charles Jones Cynthia Jones Jo Jones Sissue Jones Mike Justice
Mike Kendrick Elizabeth Lantrip Celia Ledbetter Charlotte Ledbetter Judy Lindsey Jerry Loden
Roy Love Hal Lovem Jean Lowrimore Virginia Lusby Joyce Manasco Jerry McCollum
Lamar Minor Carolyn Monaghan Clara Beth Moore Joan Moore Kenny Morton Brenda Murphy Richard Neal
Julie Oliver Donna Parham Mary Ruth Parrish Joe Frank Peeler Billy Pickle Anita Randle Gary Reeves
Stanley Reeves Larry Reich Beverly Roberts Joan Roche Ann Sanders Gayle Senter Vickie Sewall
Earl Smith Jan Smith Mavis Smith Jerry Stanford Martha Stanford Peggy Steed Kerry Stevens
Bobby Stevenson Phillip Sullivan Billy Joe Tackett Johnny Taylor Charlotte Thompson Gary Thompson Jimmy Thornton
Dickey Todd Jimmy Towery James Warren Mike Wax Henry Weir Walter Welford Glenda Wells
Linda Wells Danny Wiggington Gene Williams Francis Williams A1 Wiygul Sara Wiygel Cathy Wren
President-Scotty Dyson Vice-President-David Palmer Secretary-Martha Lann Treasurer-Ken Hardin Mary Floyd Agnew Carolyn Allen Susan Andrews
Dottie Anthony Larry Armstrong Lucille Armstrong Jo Ann Ausborn Martha Ausborn Phil Barber Gay Basham
Joe Bickerstaff Charles Billings Nina Bonds Sue Boswell Carol Bourland Beverly Bowen Lynn Brooks
Dorinda Brown Doris Brown Robert Buchanan Louise Burks Harvey Coplin John Ed Cother Gordon Cox
Bobby Cox Brenda Cox Jimmy Cox Sharon Cox Elizabeth Creekmore Tommy Crook Niel Crandle
Barbara Carr Suzie Christian Nancy Clark Rex Coker Dora Coplin Jessie Davis Betty Sue Dean
Jimmy Devers Jimmy Downs Mark Durrett Gertie Faye Edwards Sarah Edwards Shirley Farley Barbara Ferrell
Judy Frederick Joe Gardner La Juan Gray'
Earl Green Linda Gregory Richard Gill Leon Gillentine
Roger Gillentine Freddie Gilmore Martha Godfrey Eugene Haney Brenda Harris Eddie Harris Ray Harris
Lewis Hathcote Gary Hanes Ronnie Herndon Harold Hill Jofe Hilliard Larry Holloway Dwight Horne
Linda Ingram Truman Johnson Janice Jumper Betty Keller Jeanne Kellett Brenda Kimbrough Dennis Lingenfelder
Tommy Love Jerri Lowimore Lee McCowen Jo McDivitt Bobby Martin Mike Meredith Nancy Minga
Ellyn Moon Virginia Myatt Danny Naron Eddie Odom Jimmy Palmer Kathy Palmer Norman Parish
Dianne Petree Bruce Pierce Daphney Pierce Nan Polizzi Carol Pugh Gary Ray Penny Redlinger
Dorothy Renfro Judy Ritter Nancy Rogers Johnny Rollins Dale Row Carol Rue Boyce Sanders
Jimmy Sanders Elizabeth Smith Herbert Springer Brenda Stanford Jimmy Stanford Sammie Stevens Nancy Streety
Jerry Thompson Jimmie Thompson John Thompson Roy Thompson Barbara Thornburg Dianne Tinsley Devan Turner
Peggy Warren Jerry Wells Ann Williams Geraldine Williams Patricia Williams Doug Wright Diane YoungMIGHTY PANTHER TEAM
Throughout our 1961 PANORAMA we have been backing the Panthers, and now we see face to face the Mighty Panther Team who has made this year the greatest! Good school spirit is the backbone of a school well-known for its sportsmanship, scholarship, citizenship, and friendship. Each Amory High Panther has contributed to the betterment of our school year.
By working together as a team, we have earned our title, Mighty Panther Team.
Remember: What you are to be, you are now becoming ; so hitch your wagon to a star ; and choose wisely, for happiness lies largely in our own choices. Loudly we shout our names'
GRADESMR. HO LACE MORRIS MISS VIRGINIA MEEK
MRS. J. L. OLIVER MRS. EVERETT PRICE MRS. GRANT GREGORY
Music Music First Grade
MRS. H. D. PAGE MISS CIAUDIA FOWLKES MRS. J. C. THOMPSON
First Grade First Grade First Grade
MRS. FRANK SEWALL Second Grade
MRS. M. E. GREEN MRS. J. E. DOWNS
Second Grade Second Grade
90MRS. GRADY ALEXANDER MISS LOUISE DAVIS MRS. JACK HORNE
Third Grade Third Grade Third Grade
MISS MILDRED SMITH MISS PAT LOWE MISS MARY JO PITNER
Fourth Grade Fourth Grade Fourth Grade
MRS. W. T. INGRAM MISS MADGE CLARK MRS. W. P. McFADDEN
Fifth Gsade Fifth Grade Fifth Grade
MRS. E. E. HERRINGTON MRS. FLOYD REEVES MRS. JANE CAMP
Sixth Grade Sixth Grade Sixth Grade
91MOST STUDIOUS Joann Hanrison and
MR. AND MISS A.E.S.
L. A. Cutcliff and Betty Cole
WITTIEST Johnny Stevenson and Sarah Prude
WHO’S WHO AT
CUTEST Billy Forbus and Bessie Palmer
FRIENDLIEST Jack Oliver and Kathy Bryant
BEST ALL AROUND Dennis Nabors and Carole Lewis
MOST COURTEOUS Johnny Bitner and Sandra Petty
The Sixth Grade Class
The Top Honor Students
On the evening of May 25, 1961 the Amory Elementary School held the annual graduation exercises. They took place in the Elementary School Auditorium. Reverend Bill McAtee of the Presbyterian church gave the invocation. Superintendent C. E. Hayman presented the diplomas. The outstanding honor students were: John Bitner, Kathy Bryant, Patsy Devers, Teresa Hood, Jack Oliver, Pam Palmer, Sarah Prude, Robert Sanders, Peggy Sergeant, Dorothy Wardlaw, Marion West, Randle Wiggington, Robert Williams and Jimmy Young.
The citizenship award was won by Joann Harrison and Randle Wiggington.
OFFICERS ARE: President L. A. Cutcliff, Vice-President Betty Cole, Secretary Treasurer Marion West.
Larry Isbell Charles Justice Dean Kendrick Rodney Langford Carole Lewis
Julia Adams Kenneth Adams Mike Ausbon Carolyn Bauer Bonny Bennett John Bitner Judy Blake
Dennis Brasfield Wanda Brown Kathy Bryant Dwight Bunch Ricky Cadden Elihue Lowry Camp Linda Cantrell
Janice Coggin Betty Cole Glenda Conwill Donnie Crittenden L. A. Cutcliff Mary Dean Brian Dees
Patsy Devers Mike Dodd Mike Dunaway Jimmy Earl Roy Edwards Peggy Egger Donna Elliott
Billy Forbus Marilyn Fowler Peggy Fowlkes Butch Francis Judy Gann Linda Gilmore Larry Gray
Ruby Gray Frances Gregory Dianne Grisham Steve Grissom Mary Loyce Hall Robert Hall Ruth Harris
Joann Harrison Mike Hathcote Connie Hawkins Phyllis Hawkins Johnny Holt Patricia Holt Teresa.Hood
Jimmy Lindsey Dawane Lockhart Linda Logan Pumie Manasco Dickie Miller Dwight Minor Lional Minor
Ralph Mitchell Linda Moore Sheryl Moore Dennis Nabors Voney Nash Jack Oliver Bessie Palmer
Carolyn Palmer Pamela Palmer James Patterson Linda Pearson Sandra Petty Larry Pickle Maxine Pickle
Mike Plunkett Charlotte Poore Elaine Price Sarah Prude Cathy Reeves Shirley Renfro Mike Riley
Donna Row Robert Sanders Peggy Sargent James Sawyer Nora Shumpert Wayne Shelton Glenn Shierling
Wayne Smith Judy Stanford Johnny Stevenson Carlos Tartt Charles Tartt Gary Thornton Gary Vaughan
Gray don Vickrey Dorothy Wardlaw Jan Weeks Donna West Marion West Randle Wiggington Douglas Williams
Robert Williams Charles Yelverton Jimmy Young
Brenda Adams Floyd Agnew Eddy Aired Denna Bickerstaff James Bowen Kay Bradley
Mary Brantley Kathy Brown Lynn Brown Linda Burdine Adane Cain Kerry Campbell
Jerry Cantrell Charlotte Carlson John Cauthen Mitchell Colburn Johnnie Collins Bob Conwill
Dick Conwill Karen Cother Leander Cox Wanda Crawford Kathy Davis Dale Dean
Carl Easley Danny Edwards Mary Ruth Edwards Phillip Faulkner Johnny Forbus Wanda Ford
Betty Gilmore Bobby Gray Don Guyton Stuart Hallmark Don Harrison Ken Harrison
Terry Hayes Brenda Haynes James Heidel Cindy Hester Iris Hester Rosie Hill
Martha Holley Threshia Home Larry Hutchins Roria Jernigan Brenda Johnson Wayne Jones
Cynthia Little Tommy Majors Julia Martin Brenda Mays Lyndon Mays Gloria McCollum
Pam McCullen Jan Molloy Maddie Monoghan David Moore Cleve Morton Sara Page
Letitia Parham Glen Parish Tommy Parish Margaret Petree Norma Poore Ann Porter
Mack Price Nina Pugh Mike Randle Ray Reeves Russel Reeves Mickey Reich
Portia Roberts Eddie Sanders Gary Sawyer Robert Shumpert Adelianne Smith Frances Smith
Jerry Smith Elizabeth Streety Reggie Swan Ann Thompson Jimmy Thompson John Tibbett
Janet Tinsley Teena Torres Steve Vann Brenda Walls Cynthia Wardlow Yerby Weaver
Linda Whitlock Kathy Wigginton Barbara Wilemon Kay Williams
Jimmy Abney Sammy Allen Virginia Allen David Armstrong Lynn Armstrong Linda Ausbom
Dennis Barnett Cathy Bitner David Bixler A1 Blankenship Candy Boswell Lee Boyles
Curtis Brock Joyce Brock Travis Brock Linda Brown Mike Bryan Nancy Cadden
Cecil Cantrell Jeanine Carlisle Cheryl Carter Betty Clanton Michael Clayborne Phyllis Clements
Margaret Coker Annette Cole Dianne Collins John Cox Mickey Dabbs Carl Dees
Frankie Dodd Larry Duncan Ronnie Faulkner Will Fears Doris Fooshee Louise Foster
Betty Sue Fowlkes Kathy Golden Gail Green Marcia Greenhill Steve Gregory Linda Harmon
Patty Harper Jeff Harris Alan Harrison Betsy Harrison Janice Hayes Dale Hester
Peggy Hodges Richard Hodges Jeanie Inzer Herbert Kendrick Floyd Kennedy Bill Knight
Andy Love Tony Lovem Robert Marion Bob Martin Debbie Martin Charlie Miller
Christy Monaghan Ruth Ann Moore Ginger Morgan Patti Nash Paula Nerren Debbie Palmer
Sammy Pattirson Paul Payne Janice Pickle Marilyn Pickle Oline Pickle Jan Poe
Johnny Pounds Winston Prude David Renfro Louis Ross Herbert Roy Jan Rubenstein
Charles Sanders John Sawyer Nancy Schumpert Bob Scott Dale Scott Rickey Stephens
Lula Margaret Stevens Eddie Streety Dianne Thompson Larry Towery Shelia Towery Billy Warren
Deborah Westbrook Jim Williams Kathryn Wiygul Rosemary Wiygul Mike Wright Sheila Vickrey
Eddie Holden Wanda Holley Barbara Holt
Debra Addington Rebecca Addington Bob Angle Darnell Ausborn Janice Bauer Judy Berry
Jamie Blair Mike Brown Hob Bryan T erry Burks Frank Carlisle Brenda Cauthern
Mike Christian Sheila Colburn Belinda Conn Robbie Cowart Steve Crittenden Judy Danner
Lyman Daugherty Joan Due Ronnie Duke Beth Dyson Sandra Edgeworth Mary Edgil
David Edwards Debra Edwards Jerry Edwards Keith Faulkner Kim Faulkner Jimmy Ferrell
Pam Fikes Richard Flippo Paul Foster Steve Foster Judy Fowlkes Angie Glenn
Brenda Gray Peggy Gray Roger Gray Sue Gray Mike Grissom Mike Harrison
Ronald Harrison Diane Hathcock Joan Hathcote Carlos Hester Janice Hester Edwina Hilt
Alan Howell Wanda Howell Donna Isbell Patricia Johnson Sara Johnson Bryce Jones
Craig Jones Bruce Jones Ronnie Jordan Karen Justice Tommy Justice Bill Knight
Gail Knight Nora Knight Billy Kulovitz Raymond Lingenfelder Gary Lockhart Dianne Miles
Linda Monaghan Gloria Myatt Greely Myatt Jan Nabors Jean Hash Sue Odom
Rebecca Parchman Charlotte Parham Patricia Parker Dan Payne Patti Pierce Charlotte Pugh
Lonnie Ratliff Shirley Rea Carolyn Reeves Neil Roberts Tommy Roberts David Rogers
Susan Rollins Cathy Sanders Larry Shelton Geneva Smith Martha Smith Bobby Stanford
David Stanford Darryl Stephens Mike Todd Charles Wallace G. W. Walls Sammy Williams
Tommy Wigginton Bobby Young Mimi Young
Susan Adams Jonell Barnes Joe Benedict Sharon Bennett Debora Benton Karen Bitner
Dianna Bowen Patty Bowen Jimmy Brantley George Burnett Kathy Cadden Devor Campbell
Suzanne Carlisle Jeff Carter Janice Kay Collins Patricia Conwill Ben Cother Herbert Culpepper
Donald Daughtery Emily Deghuee Junior DeWitt Dolly Devers Joel Edwards Harry Edwards
Nancy Edwards Gail Fears Be tty e Forbus Julie Fowlkes Patsy Fowlkes Robert Frederick
Jim Gardner Kenneth Gilmore Carla Glasgow Grant Gregory Debbie Grisham Neil Harmon
Tommy Harmon Debbie Harris Shirley Harris Danny Hester Mary Elinor Hester Susan Hill
Nancy Hilliard Richard Hollis Barbara Holt Kenny Horne Vickie Horne Virginia Hutchinson
Bobby Jones Carolyn Jones Judy Jones Sandra Jones Bobby Jordon Billy Kendrick
102Ann White Wayne Whitlock Eddie Wileman Ned Young
Donny Kennedy Judy King Billy Kirkpatrick Mary Jo Kuykendall Gerry Langford Mickey Lee
Patti Lee Patricia Loden Becky Majors Martha Mallery Rebecca Marion Linda Marshall
Mary Ann McCullen Sam McDonald Belinda Miles Stephina Miles Sarah Miller William Monaghan
Donald Moore Jamie Moore Mary Alice Moore Ricky Odom Janice Palmer Rufus Palmer
Donna Patterson Glenda Patterson Bill Pennington Larry Pennington Leslie Perry Dale Petty
Jerry Pickle Christy Polizzi Ray Renfro Deborah Riddle Roger Riley Herbert Ritter
Tanna Roby Dan Rogers Bertha Mae Ross Ben Scott Don Senter Harry Sewall
Danny Stanford Richard Stanford Wanda Sullivan Deborah Tartt Mike Taylor Shcrian WebbFIRST
William Abney Angelyn Adams Vicki Addington A1 Alexander Dianne Aired Sandra Armstrong Virginia Armstrong
Don Atkins Jan Ausbon Debra Louise Baker Greg Be a son John Blair Barry Blakeney Barry Blasingame
Edwin Bolding Judy Kay Boozer Diane Brock Jimmy Brooks Donald Brown Debbie Burdine Kenny Cantrell
Jerry Dan Carter Sherry Ann Carter Susan Carter William Clemens Gary Collins Martha Cother Kenneth Cox
Billy Cruber Virginia Culpepper Jane Dalrymple Edward Davis Frank Davis Bill Dees Lucille Dennison
Susan Ann Due Barbara Duncan Joseph Edgeworth Billy Ellsworth Jerry Farley Donna Flippo Bobby Foster
Jimmy Foster Marty Fowlkes Danny Gaddy Kenneth Gilmore Eddie Glenn Gray Randall Gray Debbie Green
Cellia Hallmark Eddie Hallmark Bobby Harper Wanda Harper Sherry Harris Gary Harrison Danny Hathcock
Donald Haughton Mary Denise Hawkins Debbie Hester Linda Hester Paula Hester Bert Hill, Jr.
Neil Hilliard Benny Hitt Ernest Jones Phillip Justice Debbie Kendrick Sherry Kilburn Anna Knight
Robert Kohler Wanda Langford Mike Lingenfelder Dennis Mays Paul McFarline Marshall McLeod Mary Lynn Means
Peggy Ann Mitchell Bert Mize David Mize George Monoghan George Moon David Moore Richard Moreland
Anthony Nash Julia Nash Donnage Page Ellis Parker Stephen Pearson Gail Pennington James Prude
Beverly Pugh Katherine Rae Dianne Ratliff Michael Reese Jeannie Reeves Leroy Reich Mary Ethel Renfro
Carol Lynn Ritter David Roche Van Rogers Betty Ross Stevie Sanderson Carolyn Shierling Clay Simmons
Joe Stanford Jeb Stuart Sharon Tatum Dennis Thompson Mary Etta Thornburg Delbert Tubb Betty Tucker
Stephen Turner Mike Watts Jimmy Weaver Joey Weaver Beth Wells Bonnie Whitlock Jeanie Wileman
Cynthia Ann Wilkerson Donna Williams Mary Lynn Williams Doris Wright Teresa Wright... And this was where I was born
Time for our geography lesson, kids.
Please don't jam my finger again this week!
Don't be afraid, honey!
MR. OZELL HARDY MRS. JAMES DOLLAR MRS. H. W. MORGAN MRS. OZELL HARDY MRS. J. L. CHAPMAN
Principal First and Second Grade Second and Third Grade Fourth and Fifth Grade Music Teacher
Teacher Teacher Teacher
Susan Adams Kenneth Archer Jimmy Bailey Wanda Brewer Sammy Brown Sharon Caldwell Billy Campbell
Teresa Chism Glenda Clark Michael Dryden Mary Lee Duncan Danny Garner Tommie Gentry Carolyn Haney
David Harlow Jerry Harlow W. F. Houk Paul McMullen Billy Pruett Billy Thompson Charles Williams
John Allen, Jr. Ronald Archer Rickie Berry Bubba Caldwell Marsha Chism Peggy Garner Troy Gilmore
108FIRST ROW: Bonnie Buchanan, Brenda Burks, Sammy Carr, Diane Clark,
G. A. Curry, Linda Joyce Dean, Carol Edwards, Judy Gentry. SECOND ROW: Steve Gill, Rachel Gilmore, Billy Goodwin, Billy Griffith, Bonnie Houk, Ray Keeton, Richard Milstead, Denise Sullivan. THIRD ROW: David Thompson, Michael Walls, Larry Williams, Larry Wade Williams, Susan Williams.
FIRST ROW: George Bailey, Mary Ann Bailey, Nita Carr, Lee Childers, Libby Chism, Andy Ellis, Patricia Finley, Ricky Gillentine. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Haney, Roy Haney, Rita Hardy, Peggy Hester, Danny Jones, Ronnie Jones, Ann Keeton, Margaret McMullen. THIRD ROW: Linda Kay O'Neal, Neomie Pierce, Susan Pruett, Debra Smith, Donna Kay Smith, Barbara Thompson, Brenda Thompson, Candace Thompson. FOURTH ROW: Pamela Thompson, Terry Williams, Roy Wehrman, Carol Worthey.
FIRST ROW: Gary Brown, Beverly Burks, Dell Carr, Tommy Clark, Mike Gamer, Patti Goodwin, James Haney, Steven Keeton. SECOND ROW: Debra Langford, Thurman Thompson, Pamela Williams, Teresa Williams, Tim Williams, Jimmy Word.
FIRST ROW: Thomas Booth, Stephen Brewer, Jeannette Brown, Janice Buchanan, Alan Burks, Phyllis Chism, Keith Clark, George Dean. SECOND ROW: Jack Funderburk, Janet Harlow, Judy Harlow, Charlene Harrington, Carl Hester, Jr., James Houk, Linda McAfee, Ronnie Nicholson. THIRD ROW: Adean Pierce, Walter Smither-man, Deborah Staten, Eddie Thompson, Wanda Williams.
The Sixth Grade Class
The Wren graduation exercises took place on the afternoon of May 25, at eight o'clock.
The fifth honor student, Tommie Gentry, gave the devotional. The graduation exercise was a candlelight program. Each graduate lighted his candle as he accepted his diploma. The exercise was ended by the lighting of the last candle.
Supt. C. E. Hayman presented the diplomas to the students. Mr. Hardy, Principal of Wren, recognized the following students as top honor students of the class: Wanda Brewer, Sha ron Caldwell, Glenda Clark, and Carolyn Haney.
Jerry Harlow and Carolyn Haney were crowned King and Queen of the Halloween Festival. The Prince and Princess were Steve Keeton and Patty Goodwin of the second grade.Refreshing remembrance
ftotlUd under outhority of The Coco-Colo Compony by
PANTHER FIGHT SONG Lookout--Here come the Panthers Panther spirits never die Our School we'll always honor Shout our praises to the sky--Go Panthers Panthers forever onward Black and Gold will reign supreme Loudly we shout our name Proudly we march to fame Mighty Panther team!
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