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I 1 Y w DEDICATION MPI' ffl uw W Www A54 1951 unncu CUIIIEIHS Wwigm FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION page I0 ' CLASS S 20 EATURES I page 75 f ATH T CS 86 CLU S 0 milf g--xv 4 ' kwin, , gif' M A ' 'J ,W iimhwgg , W MsM,,,iX, , r wwfxgyy. "fG3waf',, " ' Vf'..f'5'W5gfw W, ' qmfazvflw , . ,jk w..w,c55:Mgl2 mb A " 'H'-fHJ.iZl,gm,,1 , , ,,,, . 5,,3,gmm M F HCUL T98 H Y ? W , u -ftl, V A , r Q ,, K I 1,1 ' viii f n n ml n 1 s I a H H KL Q ki' THE PRINCIPAL ., ,4,.,,1,.,.,,yMi,.,n MR. RQBERT WINFREY LOCKETT John B. Stetson Univ., B.S.g Univ. of Wisconsin, M Vanderbilt Univ.g Univ. of Florida 12 I U WA B IV sity of rida, in Physical Education L I . . E? SS CLARA B. WELTCH Dean of Girls MISS MARY E. HOOKS Student Advisor Q' a Stat University, B.S.g Columbia University, M.A. li Florida State University, B.S.g University ot Florida, M.A Miss Baker, Mr. Kelly, and Mrs. Mayhall Mr. Pearson, Mrs. Collins, and Miss Wilkinson TH E I 957 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT MISS VIRGINIA FRANCES BAKER Radford State Teachers' College, B.S., Univ. of Fla., M.Ed. Univ. of Virginia MR. LaBRUCE KELLY Univ. of Fla., B.A., M.A. MRS. PEARLE R. MAYHALL Fla. State Univ., B.A., M.A., Univ. of Ga. MR. ROBERT S. PEARSON Univ. ol Fla., B.A. MRS. SARAH J. COLLINS Fla. State Univ., A.B.g Univ of Fla. MISS ELAINE WILKINSON St. Genevieve Catholic College, Univ. of South Carolina, B.A. Miss Harrell, Mr. Hacker, Mrs. Wells, and Mrs. Hill MISS MARY ADELIA HARRELL l Florence State Teachers' College, B.S., Univ. of Florida, M.A. - MR. JAMES N. HACKER Carson Newman College, B.A., Univ. of Mississippi, M.Ed.g George Peabody College MRS. ANNA LEY WELLS John B. Stetson Univ., B.S. MRS. NORA P. HILL Randolph-Macon Woman's College, Columbia Univ., B.S., M.A. MRS. DELORES K. ROWLEY Fla. State Univ., B.S. MR. JAMES WILKERSON Univ. of Fla.: L. S. U., B.S., M.A. MISS ELIZABETH HUNTER Fla. State Univ., B.A., M.A., Catholic Univ. ol America MRS. ELAINE NEWBILL Vanderbilt Univ., B.A., M.A. Mrs. Rowley, Mr. Wilkerson, Miss Hunter, and Mrs. Newbill 14 Miss Anderson, Mrs. Sweat, and Mr. Groover FACULTY BUSINESS DEPART MENT Miss MILDRED ANDERSON Fla. Southern, B.S.,' Univ. of Fla. MRS. HOPE C. SWEAT Fla. State Univ., B.S.j Univ. of Fla., M.A. in Ed. MR. EVERETT GROOVER Fla. State Univ., B.S.f Univ. of Tenn., M.S. in Bus. Ed. MRS. BETTYE K. SMITH Fla State Univ., B.S. MRS. JOYCE SMOAK Middle Tenn. State College, B.S., George Peabody College, M.A. MR. D. COLON BLUE, JR. Bowling Green College ol Commerce, B.S.g Western Ky. State, M.A. MISS PAULINE JACKSON Harding College, BA., George Peabody, M.A. MRS. ERA KERR John B. Stetson Univ.: Univ. of Fla., Bus. Ed. MRS. VIRGINIA FRANKLIN Memphis State College, B.S.,' Univ. ol Alabama, M.A. i MRS. LEILA E. COLLINS .ludson College, Univ. of Alabama, BA. MISS EMMA DEAN CALFEE Greensboro College, East Carolina College, B.S. in Bus. Ed. MRS. EDNA J. PHILLIPS Univ. of Fla., B.S. in Ed. MRS. ROSIE LEE SAUNDERSON Georgia State College for Women, B.A. MR. LOUIS D. DOULET Univ. of Florida, B.S.E., M.E.D. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Smoak, Mr. Blue, and Miss Jackson Mrs. Kerr, Mrs. Franklin, and Mrs. Collins Mrs. Calfee, Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Saunderson and Mr. Doulet THE I957 HISTORY DEPARTMENT MRS. ARLENE M. McKEE Fla. State Univ., B.A.E., Duke Univ. DR. EMILY H. ATKINS Fla. State Univ., A.B.E.,' Duke Univ., M.A.,' Univ. of Fla., Ph.D. MR. PETER G. CARIBALTES, JR. Washington and Lee Univ.,' Univ. of Fla., A.B., M,A., A.P.G. MR. G. E. CARBONEAU McGill Univ., Quebec, The American Univ., Univ. of Chicago John B. Stetson Univ., Univ. of Maryland, Leyden College, Netherlands, Univ. of Geneva, Switzerland, B.A., LLB., A.A.S. MRS. ALICE M. WOOLF Univ. of Ala., Birmingham Southern College, B.A. MR. LEO MEIZLIK City College of New York, B.A., Univ. ol Pittsburgh, M.Ed., Univ. of Fla. MRS. MARGURITE M. RYAN Ohio State Univ., B.S.E. MRS. BENNIE B. FARMER Harding College, Okla. Christian, Arkansas State Teachers College, B.S.E. MR. JACK B, HUMPHRIES Univ. of Fla., B.A., M.Ed. MISS MARGARET PARKER Fla. Southern College, B.S. in Ed. FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT MRS. DORIS B. MCCLEARY Univ. of Mexico,' Univ. of Fla., B.A. MR. PETER FRESNEDA Univ. of Fla., s.A.s. MRS, EVELYN H. HACKETT Flora MacDonald College, West Virginia Univ. MR. CAROL H. HARRIS Univ. of Fla., B.A.E., M.Ed. Mrs. McKee, Dr. Atkins, and Mr. Caribaltes Mr. Carboneau, Mrs. Woolf, and Mr. Meizlik Mrs. McCIeary, Mr. Fresneda, Mrs. Hackett, and Mr. Harris Mrs. Mrs. Farmer, Mr. Humphries, and Miss FACULTY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Miss GLADYS RICHARDSON Fla. State Univ., A.B.g Univ. of Va., M.S. MR. CLAYTON F. MAYO Univ. of Minn., Univ. ot Louisville, B.S.g Univ. of Ky., M.S.g Johns Hopkins Univ., M.P.H., Univ. of Fla., Jacksonville Univ. MRS. STELLA B. PAPA Kent State Univ.,' Fla. State Univ., B.S. MR. CHARLES W. LAMB Glenville State College, A.B.,' West Virginia Univ., M.S. MRS. CATHERINE BAIN Fla. State Univ., B.S. MR. DONALD D. BUCKLEY Univ. of Maine, B.S.,' G. E. Union College HOMEMAKING DEPARTMENT f' 'ff f ' MRS. ELEANOR R. NICHOLS Miss Richardson, Mr. Mayo, and Mrs. Papa Flora MacDonald College, Woman's College ol Univ. of North Carolina, B.S. MRS. AGNES I. HOWELL Athens College, B.S.j Ala. Polytechnic Institute, Univ .ot Fla. MRS. MARGUERITE K. JOHNSON Winthrop College, B.S. MRS. MARTHA F. HOUSER Fla. Southern College, B.S. MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT MRS. FERNE Q. CROW Mary Grove Collegep Ohio Univ., B.S. MR. WILLIAM H. DAVIS N. W. Missouri State College, B.S.g Univ. of Missouri, M.l:'d. MR. ROBERT KNODEL Massachusetts Institute of Technology, S.B., S.M. MRS. EMILY G. MILLER Univ. ot Ga., A.B.: George Washington Univ., Emory Univ., Julliard,' Univ. of Fla., M.Ed. MR. GLENN R. HAGGERTY St. Bonaventures Univ., B.S., M.S.E. Mr. Lamb, Mrs. Bain, and Mr. Buckley Mrs. Nichols, Mrs. Howell, Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs. Houser Mr. Davis, Mr. Knodel, Mrs. Miller, Mr. Haggerty, Mrs. Crow and Mr. Lamb 4?"' gf?-41 L4 .fp 17 7 ' If Jo A, . ,,Ztgl.l.,f-,' Mr. Clark, Mr. Wilson, and Mr. Harkness Miss Hutcherson, Mrs. Wasson, and Mrs. Martin Mr. Wilson and Miss Brandies Mr. Paugh, Miss Turner, and Mr. Lucas THE l957 HQDUSTRIAL DEPARTAAENT MR. HERBERT CLARK Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Colgate Univ., B.S. MR. HARRIS L. WILSON Univ. ol Ala., B.S., M.S., Univ. of Wyoming, Indiana Univ. MR. ALAN W. HARKNESS Fla. State Univ., B.S. in Ed. MUSIC DEPARTMENT MR. GEORGE F. PAUGH Cleveland Institute, Arizona State, Univ. ol Fla., B.S., M.A. MISS AVIS M. TURNER Univ. ol Washington, Northwestern Conservatory ol Music, Jacksonville College of Music, B.M.E. MR. MELVIN B. LUCAS Eastman School of Music, Master of Music LIBRARY STAFF MISS MADGE HUTCHERSON Fla. State Univ., B.S. MRS. JESSIE WASSON Univ. of Ky., B.A. MRS. ETHEL W. MARTIN Middle Tenn. State Teachers College, B.S., George Peabody College, M.A. D.C.T.DEPARTMENT MR. GUY H. WILSON Univ. ol Fla., B.S. of Agriculture MISS CLAIRE BRANDIES Stetson Univ., A.S., Fla. State Univ., M.S., Univ. of Fla. WWWQE WU .m .3 liz a s Wm Miss Adams, Miss Walton, Mrs. Hacker, and Miss Lang Mr. Andrew, Mr. Hazelwood, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Stanaland, and Mr Kelly TWWW' MQ W' Mr. Huntsinger, Miss Boyd, and Mr. Hecht '22 Mrs. Bizzell, Mrs. Ogden, and Mrs. Argo FACULTY PHYHCAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT MISS JANE ADAMS Georgia State College for Women, B.S. MISS BERNICE L. WALTON Fla. State Univ., B.S.j Univ. of Fla., M.P.H. MRS. MARY LOU HACKER East Tenn. State College, Univ. of Miss., Peabody College MISS SYLVIA IRENE LANG Univ. of Florida MR. WALTER ANDREW Southeastern Louisiana College, B.A. MR. HAROLD D. HAZELWOOD Univ. of Fla., B.A.E. MR. C. L. "TUFFY" THOMPSON Univ. of Minn., B.A.E. MR. CLYDE R. STANALAND, JR. Fla. State Univ., B.A.E. MR. B. MIKEY KELLY Univ. of Fla., B.A.E. DRIVER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT MR. AL HECHT, JR. Kansas Univ., B.S.p Fla. State Univ., M.S. STUDY HALL DEPARTMENT MISS ADELE BOYD Fla. State Univ., B.A.p Duke Univ., M.A., Univ. of Fla. MR. H. E. HUNTSINGER John B. Stetson Univ.g Univ. of Nebraskag Fla. State Univ. OFFICE STAFF MRS. ROMELLE OGDEN MRS. EFFIE L. ARGO MRS. JOHN BIZZELL - 'T if - , ' 4 5.11. K ' N ' --525332 f2?4f2ff?P'? , ,-riff, . H . N' www , Aunzlz ?'i'fZ'Zg+ Mg 5142 W 1: Q .2 If 9? W. . W Q ,im mxgm THE SENIOR CLA President . . Vice-President Secretory . . Treasurer Chaplain . . Sgt. at Arms Sponsor . , OFFICERS . . GEORGE MucINTYRE . JAMES KIRKLAND . . . KARY INLOW . GRACE HTZ SIMONS . ROBERT MoxLEY . . . . JIMMY LOWRY . . MRS. EVELYN HACKETT First row, left to right: Grace Fitz Simmons, Mrs. Hackett, Kary Inlow. Second row: George Maclntyre Jimmy Lowry James Kirkland, Robert Moxley. 22 r ei' 4 KENNETH ADAMS "A man after his own heart" DALTON ALBERT 'Either I will find a way or I will make one" ul A N 1: ALVAREZ A work of real merit finds favor at last" ALICE LEE ANDERSON "Music is well said to be the speech of angels" ',:- - ,..,:.. Q SHERRON ALLEN "Lincoln is the honestest man I ever knew" DAN ALVAREZ "Not to let my studies in- terfere with my high school Education" DAVID ARBUCKLE "lf a man is worth knowing, at all, he is worth knowing well" MARGIE ARD "Look before you leap: see before you go" .i ?'4lL'5 EVELYN ARZIE "Adventurous as a bee" JAY ATKINSON "He is a burning and shining light" LARRY BATTLE "Friends, Romans, Country- men, lend me your girls" JOHN BAZEMORE "There was nothing short about Longfellow" Wig RAYMOND AVERITT "What a case am I in!" DOROTHY AVIRETT "When a new book comes out, I read on old one" GLORIA BELL HELEN BEALEY IDECFUEJ "CIear as crystal" "To be or not to be, that FAYE BENNETT is the question" "We give advice by the GAYNELL BEAR bucket and take it by the "Sweet as sugar" grain" , ., . Ewan! W. 'Wx FAY BOREN "As sure as a gun" GRADY BOSTICK Don't wake me unless it's a woman" GERALDINE BRAY "Laugh yourself into stitches" CAROLYN BROOKS 'Peace is the fairest lorm of happiness" RONALD BOTHWELL ANNIE RUTH BOX ESTHER BRADDOCK "An hour for study, an hour "I do hate to be unquiet "We inherit nothing truly for lunch, and 22 hours at home" but what our actions make for sleep" BARBARA BOZEMAN us worthy of JUNE BOWDEN "I am quite myself again" SILVIA ANN BRADLEY "Not on top but climbing" "Hope is love's happiness but not its life DAY BY DAY. Although we often get the chance to display the knowl- edge we are supposed to have acquired during the passing of a week or so, our real chance came bright and early on a certain Monday morn-the chance to open the storehouse kept closed for three years. Some of our storehouses were lacking in volume. The exams continued one after another until the welcome ringing of the dismissal bell. A trying day in the lives of us Seniors was ended with many tired sighs of relief. College Placement Exams WE STROLL THE CAMPUS. EDDIE BROWNING 'If women interfere with your work, quit work" fl EMILY BRUMBELOW1f-ffldflwh Why don't you speak for 6uJ!'f yourself, Don?" HUDSON BRYANT "l'm slow to study, quick to play" CAROLYN BUCKINS "How many times have I told you not to do that? ? 5 LINDSEY BROOKS "lt is better for a young man to blush, than to turn pale" OVIDA BROOKS "Absence makes the heart grow lander" PATSY BUIE "Humbleness is always grace,' always dignity" JERRY BUNKER Life is a jest, and all things show it,' I thought so once and now I know it" at LIZABETH CALDWELL "For the rain it raineth every day" GLORIA CAMPBELL 'he daintiest last to make the end most sweet" LEE CAUSEY 'very inch a man and, ah! so many inches" ARY ANN CAVALLARQ I'll speak in a monstrous little voice" MAJOL CAMPLEJOHN "Little, but oh, My!" NANCY CANNINGTON "Come home with me to supper" KATHERINE CHAN6 "Make us heirs of all etelnity" MORRIS CHANEY "But, as you know me all a plain blunt man" QUCILLE CANNON PHYLLIS CARRIER "We pardon as long as "Knows not which is which" we love" WAYNE CARTER ROBERT- CXARLSON "He has a store of knowl- "He'S suil, I ifa tliillg edge he never learned in books" 1351,-1,4'fnh md" ' ,I ,i .I aI J I I if fm L I, ROSSEAUX CHAPPELL "With bag and baggage" ELAINE CLARK "Answer me in one word" BILL CLARKE "He's a sure card" JUDY COBB "We make our fortunes and we call them late" Evlhislr-X WILLENE CARTER "He hath eaten me out of house and home" FRAN CAUDILL "Nothing is rarer than real goodness" SANDRA COBB "Do you not know I am a woman? When I think, I must speak" CHARLES COLLINS "And what did she give you today?" TRACY CONNERS MARY ALICE COURSEY I beg of you to burn it "Must I tell you again?" ' when you've read it" JAMES CONYERS "Sport Royal" FRANCES CRUCE "Let the world slide" PEDRO CRUZ "Fast as lightning" ERNIE CRAUN 'Six feet o' man, clear grit and human nature" EVELYN CRAWFORD "All that glitters is not gold" SONDRA DARDEN "A lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing" AMY DAUGHERTY "Let us make an honourable retreat" LAVERNA CREWS JUDY CROTTS "Now my soul hath My friends were poor elbow-room" honest VIOLET CROSBY CHARLES CROW "I do desire we may be Young in limbs in better strangers" judgment old DONALD DAVIS JOSEPH DAVIS "He doth nothing but talk of his horse" JOE PAUL DAVIS "So quiet he seems until the teacher leaves the room" WESLEY DICKS PEGGY DINKINS FRANK DOMBROSKI BOBBIE DeLETTRE Old fashions please me Some of us will smart then sits on the lid and "A calendar, a calendar' :feat floods have flown est for it" smiles" look in the almanac find A buck of the first head" "She puts all her troubles "l always love them all RICHARD DiGIAN in the bottom of her heart, DONALD DOUGLAS SHIRLEY DOBSON out moonshine "Much of a muchness" AND ROAM THE HALLS. The sign in the hall read: Welcome! It's not every day that you see such a thing at the entrance to the Iibraryg although, you are always welcome to come in and study for an exam, read for a book report, or dig for info for themes. The sign was a special invitation to come in and browse around among the Science Fair exhibits. Those who accepted the invitation surely enjoyed in- specting the craftsmanship of their fellow students. The Science Fair OF THE SCHOOL WE LOVE . RAYMOND EARLEY "l never knew so young a body with so old a head" NORMA JEAN EDENFIELD "Bless thee, Bottom! Bless thee! thou art translated" "No word like "Pardon" " "The appropriate words just " DONALD DUFFY "You two are book men' STEPHEN DUKE "That unlettered small- knowing soul" f 565,09 MURRIEL ELLIOTT Thy beauty becomes thee KAY EMINISOR 6 W What manner of man? Samely applied advertising 0 ANN EVANS could remake the world" l AL .M BILLIE EZELL Food-bye, young man, good-bye" FRED FARAH Beware, I may yet do Imething sensational" MACK FRANKLIN 'lold the fort girls . . . I'm coming" XNN FUNDERBURK ngles and ministers of grace defend us" 15'-, I .,.,, -,, f M V w -'l . r"' -I ,, f vll, :li I:A-'vi i A ,, " E GLENDA FARMER "Great wits jump" BETH FAULCONER "Women like not only to conquer, but to be conquered" ANITA GARDNER "That's another story, replied my father" PARK GARDNER "A man should know some- thing of his own country, too, before going abroad" X www' We GRACE FITZ SIMMONS "A dish fit for the gods" BROOKS FIVEASH "l'm looking for the guy who invented work" DONALD GARNER "How hard it is for women to keep counsel" RONALD GARNER "Beware the ides of March" GEORGE FLOWERS "l only speak right on" OWEN FLOYD "The foremost man of all this world" GLORIA GEAR "Laugh and be well" BONNIE GEIGER Much may be said on both sides" n A' was rr r WARREN FOUNTAIN I m weary of everything but sleep" JERRY FOXWORTH Better late than never" JOAN GEOGHAGAN "l am sure the grapes are sour" PAT GENTRY 'But for my own part, it was Greek to me" ,.. .s 2- . 'W 5343.15 MARY GILBERT Round numbers are all always false" PAT GILDERSLEEVE "Mum, it is a secret" u ELIZABETH GOETHE Words sweet as honey from her lips distill'd" DICK GRADICK "Worth seeing? Yes, but not worth going to see" rr PAT GILREATH "l would as much as my life was worth" ENOCH GILLIARD "So ends the bloody business ol the day" DANNY GREEN "ls true as steel" ROBERT GREEN "As clear as a whistle" ..n . PAULA GIORGETTI "What's in a name?" DORA SUE GIVENS "God bless you, my dear" SELMA GREEN "Thank me no thankings, nor proud me no proudings" LEON GREENE "Past hope, past cure, past help" HARVEY GLOVER "One of two horns of my dilemma" FAY GODBOLD "A thousand times good-night" ANN GRIFFIN "Whatever you have, spend less" CAROLYN GURR "l'm going away today with a handsomer man than you" Y" - -Y BROOKS GOING "Now or never was the time" BETH GORMLY "We must all hang er, or assuredly we shall hang separately PATTY GURR "lt is better to live rich than to die rich RUTH ANN HAGEL "Tomorrow l propose regulate my room H , fs A5730 QSYZJV -If? fix Imam, RICHARD 'I'I'A'R-DIN HHPJEN PAUL HARRIS WILEY HART ERWIN HARTER "Stands up for dread" "He was a very good hater" "A remedy too strong for "Refrain from peering too PATSY HARPER LINDA HARRISON the disease" for" "I call a fig a fig, a spade "The very hair on my head" BILLY HARPER GERTRUDE HARVELL a spade" "Good-bad-indifferent" "Longer than deeds liveth the word' HAROLD HASKELL "lt is not a hurdy-gurdy" CLEDA H AY N ES "Distinction without a difference" WE ENGAGE IN STUDENT ACTIVITIES . Rogers and Hammerstein had nothing on us this year. In the Seniors Girls presentation of the Jubilee, Cinder- ella was unhappy because she could not attend the wedding of the dolls. But as all good stories, it had a happy ending, Senior Fellows Minstrel was as hilarious as ever. Our imaginary hats go att to the newly-discov- ered talent: the Hawiian Knights, Grass Widows, and the Dancing Demons. A lady fair in distress? GROW THROUGH BETTER SPORTSMANSHIP . Thebfafoundfeafsfands JOHNNY HIRES "Ho! 'tis the time of salads" BOBBYE SUE HOBBS These words are razors to my wounded heart" JANICE HOCKMAN "It is easy to be brave from a safe distance" DONALD HODGES "Off with his head" it - WALTON HOOD FREIDA HORVITZ e's the most to say the "Nevertheless, it happens at least" least a few times to JOANNE HOOKS everyone" ad a pleasant time with JIMMY HORNE mind, for it was happy" "Glance their many- twinkling feet" KARY INLOW ANN HUTCHESON fonsiderate ol others" ANNE HYMAN "Always Prepared" "More lovely than Pandora" ROBERT IVEY "So much the worse, so much the better" KATHY HUBBARD "We are not so dillerent as we think we are" BARBARA HUCKLEBERRY "Taking a good look at ourselves" MARTHA FAYE JACKSON "To do great right, do a little wrong" AL JACOBS "Teachers don't recognize genius when they see it" ALBERT HUCKS "We have our ups and downs" JOHN HUCKS "Questions for review?" IRMA JACOBS "See where she comes, apparell'd like the spring" NIKKI JACOBSEN "Here is a dear and true industrious friend" Qs K Sr 1 bf 1 9 4- " 1, ' --e" R A " I 1 fi M. Y 4 7 s A 1' i t s V' il ' uf l i 1' gf EARL HUNTER "Daydreaming" RAYMOND HUNTER "C heerlulness can be a habit" JACKIE JARRELL "A word, a smile, a happy sang, 'Tis thus she helps the world along" MARCUS JARVIS "l know a trick worth two of fha!" MW JUDY JOHNS "Just as high as my heart" ANN JOHNSON " 'Tis no time to talk" CLAUDIA JONES "lt is a little stream which flows softly, but it lreshens everything along its course" DON JONES "Handsome is that handsome does" CATHERINE JOHNSONDICEWJ KAY JOHNSON "This is fairy gold" JACKIE JOHNSON M "A little pot and soon hot' MOLLIE JONES "Brain him with his lady's fan" BRUETTE JORDAN "Pitchers have ears" Mm I' up CYNTHIA KELLY ongs without words are GLORIA KENDRICK "Sweet as dew on the best" , morning flower" BARRY KENDRICKp El enwmzo KENNEDY at lost, but gone before" "I am not a politician and LENORA KLEIN 'Tis an affair of luck" AARY ANNE KLINE I must be doing some- thing to be happy" my other habits are good" SARA KORNEGAY "Let's cross electric blank- ets with toasters and pap people out of bed" KAY KRIBBS "l pray thee, O God, that I may be beautiful within" L Q GARY KEYS JIM KIRKLAND KAY KISER "You're never too old to "I stand on the brink of a "Looked as if she were change" great careerf will someone luckier thanl MARY KINDRED "I am not arguing with you please push me off?" SHIRLEY KIRKLAND -l am telling you" "There's something tells stands" me" EXPERIENCE JOYS . Team spirit was high this year as usual. We were behind our "fightin' Tigers" all the way. We made a good showing in football and basketball. The swimming team led the parade of sports as the best in our history. With the opening of the baseball season, the Tigers were off and ahead with a very good start. The girls, too, had a commendable sports record, winning all ot their basket- ball games. EUGENE KITCHENS "Gloomy as night he Baskets, baskets, baskets, boys! it ROBERT LACKEY RUTH LANEHART D I S A P P 0 I N M E N T S . "Never give up!" "Character is the SKIPPY LAMPE stone for all success "He has paid dear, very BARBARA LARGE dear, for his whistle" "Nobody would sup but l'm naturally t: LINDA LA RUE "Be careful, l may yet be famous" CAROLYN LEBER "lt the elevator to success is broken, take the stairs" ROBERT LECHNER "Needs no explanation" NANCY LEONARD "A voice with a smile" DIANE LEWIS "l'm no angel" FRED LEWIS "Wisdom is knowing what to do next" JOYCE LIPPARD "SchooI is all right PATSY LEWIS there isn't anything "Retreat!" else to do" DORIS LIGHTBODY IMOGENE LIPSEY "Says who?" "Detour!" 3 A VKX", IARBARA LITZENBERG Attain the unattainable" VICTOR LLOYD "Cream of the crop" JIMMY LOWRY 'I dare do all that I can get away with" SHIRLEY LUCAS think I could be a good woman if I had five thousand a year" . 111' alll JOYCE LOCKWOOD "Good sense and good nae ture are forever together" JULIA LOIZAKES "Photogenic features" DEANNA LUMPKIN "The best things come in little packages" GEORGE MaclNTYRE "A smile for all-A welcome glad" rr ADA LONG "A pedigree reaching as far back as the Deluge" AGNES LONG 'Where there's a will there's a way" r RENEE MACKOUL 'My thoughts are my companions-so!" DAVID MALONE I don't believe in studying before midnight, and but seldom after" r 1 BARBARA LONG "Laugh and the world laughs with you" BETTY JANE LONG "You and I were long friends: you are now my enemy, and I am yours" BILLY MARELL "Let the world rush on, l'lI take my time and ease" BETTY MARSH "When are you going to call me?" ,to .w A4551 rr rr, rr FRANCES LORD A pleasing personality is more than looks" GLORIA LOWERY "Come be my love" IVA MARTIN awoke and found myself famous" JERRY MARTIN Napoleon was small-so am l" 3 +P Mk' A V ,,.,.. 4 ' 'A ., :..:3.I:' Jus' 1 ,f SUSAN MARTIN 'A mon! a man! My king- dom for a man" DONNA MASSEY "l watch my step" JEAN ANN MCDOUGAL 'ireat talkers are like leaky vessels,' everything runs out of them" DOT McELHANEY "And a good job, too" epyw I - he 165255 BARBARA MASSINGILL "l hear a hollow soundg who rapped my skull?" DOROTHY MAYS "As merry as the day is long" BETTY MCGLAMORY "Little strokes fell great oaks" LEE ROY MCKENZIE "Life is my college. May I graduate well, and earn some honors" 1 Mg D. J. McCANCE LEE McCLURE "The same yesterday, today "Why should the devil and forever" have all the fun?" JANE McCLELLAND MARGARET MCCONNELL "What's mine is yours, and "I never met a man I what is yours is mine" didn't like" JOHN MCKIERMAN 2055595591 "Another like him would e hard to find" NORMA MCKINNEY "And when o lady's in the case, You know all other things give place" ,4 NEOMA McLANE "Everybody's friend" BETTY McLEOD "I love to wind my mouth UP, I love to hear it go" 1 ROBERT MEIXEL Girls, do leave me alone for a while" JUANITA MEYERS 'Why am I here? Just to lend dignity to the Senior Class" DRENA MORGAN A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market" JERRY MORGAN A merry heart doeth good like a medicine" 41 BARBARA MILLER GORDON MILLER SHELVA MILLER "A busy little maiden" "He would play football, ye "Music has charms to soothe CAROLYN MILLER Gods, how he could play the savage beast' "Beauty seen, is never lost" football!" RICHARD MINTZ LYNN MILLER "He set his heart upon the "Congeniality is the pur- goal, not upon the prize chase price of friendship" HOPES. .ANXlETIES. Any one for a duel? lf not, you'd better join the fenc- ing club just in case someone challenges you. lt's not really that serious, but the clubs at Jackson do play an important part in the lives of all the students. Not an afternoon goes by that some club does not meet. lf they do not meet in the afternoon, you'll find them there in the morning. The clubs provide recreation, knowledge, a chance to make friends, and in general help to make a well-rounded teen-ager. Who's the good-looking fellow in the center? MEDITATION . . . H RONNWMORGAN He that will not stoop lor n ROBERT MOXLEY Silence is golden, and BETTY MULLINS My name has gone before me, but I can do a few things myself" DAVID MURPHY The combined qualities of 2 man and an athlete" DAN MURRAY A laugh, a smile, and no school work till l've eaten" TERRELL NEAL 'l am not in the roll ol common men" n 1 u if a in will never be worth . V7 HzLg:uXzL'NMoSLEY WILLIAM NELSON Hog, nob, is his word: give 't or take't" JOHN NEWSOME I never thrust my nose into other tellow's porridge" Friends are made, not om" VW? 5 IRISNICHELSON A deep thrnker BUDDY NICHOLS "Sigh no more Ladies, sigh no more" u a millionaire" DARRELL MULLANEY I go to school just to the fool" LANNY NICHOLS "The very picture of contentment" ALEEN NOBLES The world will soon her as the greatest 'Wk -82' MARIE NOEGEL "Busy here and there" CARL NORMAN 4y greatest difficulty is Vtting my knees under the esk" CLAUDIA PARRISH "ldiot-in-chief" MARGIE PATRICK ardon me, I like money" rr rr rr rr Ie PAT O'CONNER Thought is deeper than speech" MICKEY OGDEN Mother's joy, and Father's pride" CHARLES PAYNE JOAN OVERSTREET "Smile with an intent to do mischief" BILL PALMER "lf it took any effort I wouldn't have done it" BOBBIE PEARSON A man of inches and ev "I have the hiccuPs" inch a man" CALHOUN PERRYMAN MIRIAM PAYNEJ 5 "Going as if he trod upon There ain't no such animal" eggs" DELORES PAMPERIN "Nothing succeeds like success" JANE PARKER This smoke gets in my eyes" PATRICIA PIKE "Modesty is the gift of God" DAVID PITTS "I have not yet begun to fight" A I Z,y rr RONALD PARKER "Onward ever, backward never" ROSE MARIE PARNELL "My mother practices what I preach" HUBERT PLATT So far as my coin would stretch, and where it would not, I have used credit" DORIS PLEASANTS "Happy days are here again" 6 fsA DAVID PONCE "This is the place" GLENN POWELL I am a woman hater, but the Bible says 'Love your enemies' " JOAN RANDALL A heart with room for everybody" JOYCE REDWINE The best mirror is an old friend" Y SARA RHODEN PAANES H all means use some- times to be alone" NANCY RICE Thursday come, and the week is gone" JO ANN RODEN iere's language in her eyen BETTY ROGERS hat sweet delight a quiet life affords" ir I dont she would care for purfume, Sl1e's not not too crazy about soap yet" LARRY RIDDLE The world knows only two -Rome and l" JOE ROGERS "l name no parties" MARLENE ROGERS "Sane, sound sensible rr PM , f tl' ff BARBARA RINER "lt must be done like lightning" RAY RIGGINS "All great men are dying, and I am not feeling too well myself" CLAUDE ROBERTS MARGARET ROBSON "This will never do" "Up to some monkey JOHN ROBINSON busines" "With so much to be gained, RAY RODEHEAVER its worth trying" "Never let your books in terfere with your weekend' RESPECT FOR LEADERSHIP.. Themes are always a main item on the Senior's list of activities. The trouble seems to lie in picking a topic to write on, instead of the actual research and time in it. But as always, we manage to pull through. Our classes in family living are important to Seniors, as they help us to prepare ourselves for a happy and successful marriage. 1 Just want to get the facts A N D W E L O N G . HJOYCE ROHMAN WANDA ROWLAND GAYLE SALLAS Little sparks start big fires" KAY SALTER Which is pretty, but I don know what it means" '1 JIMMY SAMUELS "He does it with a better grace, but I do it more natural" DERROLD SATTERWHITE "He exercises of his brains, That is, assuming that he's got any" Nm 'WS iE Going, going, gone Now where do I EDLEY ROUNTREE WILLIAM "Take her down" Needle in a bottle of TOMMY SCH ULTE 'A faint heart hath never won a lair lady . . . But a football player might be an exception" MARION SCOTT 'Turn up the lights, I don't want to go home in the dark" .SEI I ,N LUCILLE SHIELDS "My patience is now at an end" ANN SHIVER "Tell me what you know" BILL SLATER "Paying through the nose" JEAN SMITH "One hour's sleep before midnight is worth three alter" rr rr JOHN SHIVER FRANZ SILAS Well, l've had a happy lite" "A mushroom of boiling dust BETTY LOU SIKES up to 20,000 feet" 'rhy modesty is a candle to X9 JUANITA SILCOXZ thy merit" "Whence is thy learning? PM I consumed the midnight NICK SMITH His bark is worse than his bite" RON NIE SMITH "Anybody want to race?" DON SIMMONS "Why study hard? lt's bad for the brain" ROBERT SINCLAIR "Happy, carefree, and gay, Ne'er a bitter word doth he say" VIRGINIA SNOW The art of pleasing consists in being pleased" ERNEST SPWHOFF "He swings with the tide, but is never carried with it" rr SUE SOSSAMON "Let's sit a spell" GLENN SPONHOLTZ You was a good man, and did good things" IRIS STONE 'Take a pair of sparkling eyes" CAROLE STRICKLAND 'I look upon you as u gem of the old rock" rr u DANNY STAFFORD "Strong towers decay-But a great name shall never pass away" FAYE STAFFORD "All by my own-alone self" JACKIE STRICKLAND It has almost become an honor not to be crowned" KENNETH SUTTON The thinkingest thinger, that ever thunk" T rrt ,iy is f ZZ, In 2 J if ii W sf 6 4' T v i 2 'iz' it s .,,, 'G we K nam Jag Q s f tn Q 1 g Ie 'WUI is fn JO ANN STALEY "Arsenic and old lace" JOAN STALL "l'll be with you in the squeezing of a lemon" SARA SUTTON "A heaven on earth" JACKIE TATE "The memory be green" rr rr HAROLD STEPHENS Give me a loaded gun, and I will have a day of whole- some lun" JAMES STEWART "The movie star?" ALBERT TAYLOR "ln measureless content" BARRY TAYLOR Whistling to keep myself from being afraid" JACKIE STOCKSDALE "To cruise Saguaro on the Painted Desert Arizona" RUBY STOKES "Without an original can be no imitation" CLAUDINE TAYLOR As far as Paris to over a fashion and back again" DESSA TAYLOR Harmony seldom makes headline" rr rr .J r ft 5 X-J N KENNETH THOMAS "No one should be injured" VICTOR THOMAS "He isn't as mild as he looks" MARY TOMPKINS "Soft-boiled" FAYE TOWERY 'I believe they talked of me, for they laughed con- sumedly" iv' .A TOMMY THOMPSON LAWRENCE TISON ARNOLD TOMLINSON "Don't take life too seriously, "This business will never "'Twas for the good of my you'lI never get out of it hold water" country that I should be alive" JACKIE TITUS abroad" ANN TIENCKEN "I'm from the old country" LINDA TOMLINSON "A penny for your thoughts" "What a monstrous tail our cat has got" TO REMEMBER FOREVER. We really knew the time was drawing nigh, when we measured for caps and gowns. The year, flying by, was suddenly gone. Tearful farewells were bade. Friendships were parted which will never be forgotten. We, the Senior Class of I957, bequeath to those who follow us, the wonderful times and extra wonderful friends and teachers we had the privilege of knowing and loving. 2. we rw ww 3 as we gif ff Did you measure up? VING AND LEARNING A JACKSON T DON VADEN Take care of me, Good men are hard to find" PATSY VANDIVER That is as well said as if I had said it myself" MARY ANN TOWNSEND "l beg of you to burn it when you've read it" MARION TRATZKI "The sight of you is good for sore eyes" PAT VINEYARD "Fingers were made before knives" FRANK WALKER "Much of a muchness' ggs, , K 5 A IAERA ANN WARREN en are so unnecessary, t we cannot do without ,mn in.uE wAsHiNGToN o low they build who build below the skies" PEGGY WIGGINS re me the wide open spaces" BEVERLY WILLHELM e most difficult thing in le is to know yourself" L L EDWARD WATFORD He does unto others as he likes others to do unto him" BILLY WEAVER Amusement to an observ- ing mind is study" ANNE WILLIAMS "They can conquer who believe they can" BARBARA WILLIAMS "God helps those that help themselves" aww' ff-C""'?'5 . weft MELBA WEBB "l don't believe in the good- ness of disagreeable people" SHERRON WEBB "The less she thinks the more she talks" DELORES WILLIAMS "Melted . . . into thin air" GENE WILLIAMS "Put up your dukes" rr CLARICE WHEELER If there is anything better than to be loved, it is loving" NORMAN WHITE A little work, little sleep, a little love and life is over" GENEVA WILLIAMS That it should come to PAT WHITE "Praise the sea but keep on the land" JEAN WHITMAN "What thou seest speak of with caution" GYNELLE WILLIAMS this" "Make haste, the better GLYNN wn.uAMs 95550513 foot before" The most unkindest cut of JACK WILLIAMS all" "He's very knowing" ln., T'- MARY KATE WILLIAMS 'Tis neither here nor there" MERRELL WILLIAMS This is the short and long ol it" NANCY ZARUBA Nay, I will, that's flat" CHARLENE ZEIGLER have them ot my finger's ends" SHIRLEY WILLIAMS CLARA WISE PATSY WOLFE "How camest thou in this "l am in a holiday humor" "Sweets to the sweet" pickIe?" HAROLD WISE CONNIE WOODWARD JEFF WINDHAM "lf he fall in, good night" "I see, lady, the gentleman "An itching palm" is not in your books" IN MEMGRY OF BARRY There is no death! the stars go down To rise upon some other shore, And bright in Heuven's jeweled crown They shine forever more. Thanksgiving Program 2, 3, 4. Q :Vicar-IE! SENIOR DIRECTORY KABERNATHY, ROBERT . . . General . . X Senior Chorus ADAMS, ALTHEA YVONNE . . . Business . . . f ADAMS, KENNETH WILLIAM . . . College . . . Senior Fellows 4, Kappa Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Prayer f Council 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4. ALDERMAN, DELOIS , . . Business . . . General , Chorus 2, Band 2, 3, 4. ALDERMAN, GLENDA LORETTA . . . General . . . D.C.T. fALDERMAN, INELL SUZETTE . . . Business . . . Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, Prayer , Council 2, 3, 4, Delta Y-Teens 3, 4. ALDERMAN, INEZ . . . Business , . . Prayer Council 2, 3, 4, Delta Y-Teens 4, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, Deans Office 3, 4. 'Ai.i.sN, JERRY F .... General . . . e fALLEN, SHERRON LOUISE . . . College . . . Beta Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, 3-I Act Plays, N.H.S. 4, Tiger's Claw 4, Junior Chorus 3, Girls Glee 4, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, Senior Girls Jubilee 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 4. ALVAREZ, DANIEL CLAYTON . . . General . . . Senior Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Gamma Hi-Y 2, Senior Fellows 4, Treasurer, Senior Chorus 4. ALVAREZ, JAMES DWAINE . . . College . . . Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Pres. of "J" Club 4, "J" Club 2, 3, 4, Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, Most Popular 4, Calendar 2, Student Council 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. ALVAREZ, OSCAR WAYNE . . . General . . . Baby Football 3, Alpha Hi-Y 2. ANDERSON, ALICE LEE . . . College . . . Cheerleader 4, Senior Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Miss A. J. Contest 4, 3-I Act Plays 3, 4, Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4. ANDERSON, JO ANN MELVA . . . General . . . Alpha Y-Teens, Senior Girls 4, Deans Office. ANTHONY, JOHN . . . College . . . Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3. ARA, MARY FRANCES . . . General . . . General Chorus 3, Junior Chorus 4, F.H.A. 2, Senior Girls Club 4, Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, Gamma Y-Teens 4, Senior Girls Jubilee 3. ARAMOONIE, CLAUDETTE . . . Business . . . Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls 4, Junior Girls 3, Jubilee 3, 4, F.H.A. 4, Spanish Club 2, French Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Dramatic Club, F.N.A. ARBUCKLE, DAVID . . . General . . . ARD, MARGIE NELL . . . General . . . Big Wheel 4, Gamma Y-Teens 4, Senior Girls 4, Junior Chorus 3, 4: Reoorter 4, Christmas Pa- geant 4, Class Night 4, Junior Girls 3, Jubilee 3, General Chorus 3. ARZIE, EVELYN . . . General . . . Prayer Council 2, 3, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, Jubilee 3, Delta Y-Teens, Junior Chorus 2, 3, 4. ATKINSON, JAY . . . College . . . Bank 2, Prayer Council 4, Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Senior Fellows 4. ATKINSON, WANDA . . . Business . . . G.A.A. 2, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, Jubilee 4, Delta Y-Teens 4, Girls Glee Club 3, 4, Re- porter 4, Christmas Program 3, 4, Thanks- giving Program 3, 4. AVERITT, RAYMOND . . . College . . . Alpha .l-li-Y 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, Prayer Council A Qenlo- Ep In q A AVIRETT, DOROTHYIANN . .uolege K Beta Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Prog. Chairman 4, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, Jubilee 3, 4, Junior Chorus 3, 4, BAILEY, BOBBY ROBERT . . . College . . . Gamma Hi-Y. BAILEY, FRANK C .... General . . . BAINE, BEVERLY . . . Business . . . General Chorus 2, Y-Teens 3, BARNARD, RALPH . . . General . . . BARRON, EDWARD . . . College . . . Kappa I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4. Vice-Pres. 4, Pen Club 4, Senior Fellows 4, Treas. 4, Prayer Council 4, Latina Club 2, 3, Mascot of Senior Girls' Club 4. BASS, RONALD KENT . . . College . . . Varsity Football 4, Gamma Hi-Y 4. BATTEN, CLINTON ROBERT . . . General . . . BUCKINS, CAROLYN VIRGINIA . . . Business Baby Reds Basketball 2, Beta Hi-Y, 2, 3, , , , G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. Junior Varsity Basketball 3, Varsity Baseball BUIE PATSY RUTH . . . Business . . . G.A.A. 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 4, Alpha Hi-Y 4, 3, Junior Girls 3. , Big Wheel. BURROWS, THOMAS . . . College . . . Varsity BATTLE, CHARLES LARRY . . . Business . . . Football 4, J.V. Football 3, J.V, Basketball BAZEMORE, JOHN B., JR, . . . College . . . 3, Senior Fellows Club 4, Senior Fellows Min- Latin Club 2, Library Club 2, 3, Beta I-HE 4. strel 4, Talent Night 4, Big Wheel 4, Class , . . . College Eqggjl Night 4, Christmas Pageant 4, Delta Hi-Y National Honor Society 3, 4, Social Chair- 2, 3, "J" Club 4. man 4, Beta Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, BUTTS, HELEN . . . General . . . Accompanist for Girls Glee Club 2, 3, Presi- CALDWELL, MARY ELIZABETH . . . College dent 3, Junior Girls Club 3, Senior Girls Club . . . Junior Girls 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Senior Girls Jubilee 3, 4, Senior Chorus 4, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Beta Y-Teens 4, Student Operetta 2, 4, Christmas Pageant 3, 4, Council 4, Tigers Claw 4, Prayer Council BELL,, GLORIA ELIZABETH . . . College . . . Alpha Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Thespian 3, 4, Senior Chorus 4, Junior Girls Club 3, Tiger's Claw 4, Future Nurses Club 3, 4, Senior Girls Jubilee 3, 4, Operetta 2, 4. BENNETT, FAYE ANNETTE . . . General . . . F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls Club 4. BILLER, SHIRLEY . . . Business . . . Senior Girls Club 4, Junior Girls Club 3. BLAIN, JOHN ROBERT . . . General . . . D.C.T. Club. BLAIR, BILLIE ANN . . . Business . . . Latin Club 2, Senior Girls Club 4, Girls Varsity Basketball 4. BOHANAN, BARBARA ANN . . . College . . . Beta Y-Teens 2, 4, Junior Girls Club 3, Senior Girls Club 4, Prayer Council 3, 4,- BOMAN, JOHNNY . . . General , . . BONEY, EVELYN A .... Business . . . Delta Y-Teens 3, 4, Junior Girls Club 3. BONEY REBECCA JO . . . Business . . . Gamma Y-Teens 3, 4, Junior Girls Club 3, Senior Girls Jubilee 3, Senior Girls Club 4, Class Night 4, Big Wheel. BOOTH, ROBERT . . . General . . . Swimming Team 3, 4, "J" Club 4, Senior Fellows Club 4. BOREN, FAYE . . . Business . . . Senior Girls Club 4. BOSTICK, GRADY MORRIS . . . General . . . Delta Hi-Y 2, Class Night. BOTHWELL, RONALD LEE . . . General . . . Junior Chorus 2, Treasurer Senior Chorus 3, Sergeant-at-Arms, Senior Class 4, Kappa Hi-Y 4, Senior Fellows Club 4. BOX, ANNIE RUTH . . . General . . . Band 2, 3, 4. BOZEMAN, BARBARA ANN . . . General . . D.C.T. 4, Senior Girls Club 4. BRADDOCK, ESTHER ANN . . . General . . Dean's office 2, 3. BRADLEY, SILVIA ANN . , . Business . . . Dramatic Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Prayer Council 4. BRAMLITT, WAYNE . . . General . . . Kappa Hi-Y 4, Senior Fellows 4, "J" Club 4, Foot- ball 4. BRANTLEY, JAMES S .... General . . . Swimming Team Mgr. 2, 3, Senior Fellows 4, Kappa Hi-Y 4, D.C.T. BRAWLEY, WILLIAM HENRY . . . College . . . Kappa Hi-Y 4, Prayer Council 3. BRAY, GERALDINE . '. . College . . . Future Nurses' Club 3, 4, Delta Y-Teens 3, Junior Girls 3, Senior Chorus 4, Operetta 4. BROOKS, CAROLYN FRANCES . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, General Chorus 2, Alpha Y-Teens 2, 3, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, Jubilee 3. BROOKS, LINDSEY LAMAR . . . General . . . D.C.T. 4. BROWN, DAVID IRVIN . . . General . . . Foot- ball, "J" Club, Mascot, Senior Girls Club 4. BROWN, LUTHER FREDERICK . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 4, D.E.C.A. 4. BROWN, THOMAS A .... Business . . . Student Council 4. 3, 4, CAMPBELL, GLORIA . . . Business . . . F.H.A. 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Dramatic Club 3, Junior Girls Club 3, Senior Girls 4, Alpha Y-Teens 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4. CAMPLEJOHN, MAJOL . . . General . . . Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.A., Junior Girls Club 3, Senior Girls 4, Jubilee 3, Miss A. J. Contest, Second Place, Cheerleader 4, Talent Night 2, 3, Junior Chorus 4. CANINGTON, NANCY LEE . . . General . . . General Chorus 2, 3, Junior Girls 3, Junior Chorus 4, Christmas Pageant 4, Class Night 4 cANNoN MARY i.ucn.i.E A". Business CARLSON, ROBERT A .... College . . . Prayer Council 3, 4, Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Senior Fellows 4, Track Team 3, 4, French Club 2, 3. CARTER, JERRY . . . General . . . Baby Red Football 2, 3. CARTER, WAYNE . . . General . . . Swim Team 2, 3, 4, "J" Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Senior Fellows 4, Sgt.-at-Arms, Kappa Hi-Y, Sgt.-at-Arms, Calendar 3. CARTER, WILLENE . . . Business . . . Future Nurses, 3, 4. CAUDILL, FRANCES . . . General . . . Future Nurses 2, 3, 4, Delta Y-Teen, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Girls 3, Sr. Girls 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Sr. Girls Jubilee, 4, Prayer Council 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4. CAUSEY, LEE . . . College . . . Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Prayer Council 2, 3, "J" Club 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Calendar 4, Latin.CIub 2, 3, F.H.A. Mascot 4, Sr. Fellows 4, Mr. and Miss Face Contest 3, 4. CAVALLARO, MARY ANN' . . . Business . . . G.A.A. 2, General Chorus 2, Prayer Council 3, 4, Alpha Y-Teens 2. CHANEY, KATHRYN . . . General . . . Jr. Chorus 4, General Chorus 2, 3. CHANEY, MORRIS B .... College . . . Library Council 2, 3. CHAPPELL, LILLIAN ROSSEAUX . . . General CLARK, DANIEL H .... General . . . Jr. Si Senior Band 3, 4. CLARK, ELAINE . . . General . . . CLARK, FRANCES . . . Business . . . Band 2, 3, 4, Jr. Chorus 2, French Club 3. CLARKE, BILLY , . . College . . . Sr. Chorus 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Calendar 4, Sr. Fellows 4, M. C. Miss A. J. Contest 4, Student Council 4, Prayer Council 2, 3, 4. COBB, JUDITH ANN . . . Business . . . Prayer Council 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Junior Girls Club 3, Senior Girls Club 4, General Chorus 4. COBB, SANDRA GAIL . . . Business . . . Latin Club 2, Dramatic Club 3, Future Nurses 3, Gamma Y-Teens 3, Gamma Fashion Show 3, General Chorus 3, Senior Girls Club 4. COKER, EMMA LENA . . . General . . . COLLINS, CHARLES . . . College . . . N.F.L. 2, Spanish Club 2, Key Club 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4. C NNEPS, TRACY DANIEL . . . College . . . General IOI' CIWOFLJS 2, 3, Pres. Delta o ege p nis T Club 33 Junior Girls 3, Tigers Claw 3, 4, . , r Ek,Je?:r:ogf if Ig:Lu,,iSJtE:Ot2?LE 85 N3ursi3 BRUMBELOWI EMI'-O I C II , 4: Pres. 4, Student Council 4, Pres. 42 Senior Girls 4, G.A.A. 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Sec. 4. hespians 3, 4: ppayer Council 3, 4: buanea, BRYANT, JOHN HUDSON . . . Businses . . . f 3, 4, Senior Fellows 4. . l l 50 x, .J CONYERS, JAMES RICHARD . . . General . . . Senior Fellows Club 4. COURSEY, MARY ALICE . . . Business . . . White Majorette 25 Red Majorette 35 Junior Girls 35 Variety Show 25 Senior Girls 4. COX, JAMES . . . College . . . Delta Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Prayer Council lPianistl 45 Band 2, 35 N.H.S. 3, 45 Chap. 45 Latin Club 25 Science Club 25 Dramatic Club 45 Thespian 45 Accomp. of A. J. Quartet 45 Senior Fellows 45 Senior Fellows Minstrel 4. CRAUN, ERNEST EUGENE . . . College . . . Senior Chorus 3, 45 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 A. J. Quartet 3, 45 Mascot of Beta Y-Teens 3, 45 Calendar 4. CREWS, LAVERNA VIRGINIA . . . General . . . CROSBY, VIOLET LADELL . . . General . . . Prayer Council 45 Girls Glee Club, 3, 45 General Chorus 2, 35 Christmas Pageant 45 Thanksgiving Program 3, 45 Senior Girls 4. CROTTS, HELEN JUDITH . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 45 Junior Chorus 25 Senior Girls 4. CROW, CHARLES BUDDY . . . College . . . Beta Hi-Y 2, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 DeMolay 2, 3, 4. CRUCE, FRANCES . . , Business . . . Dramatic Club 3, 45 Junior Girls 35 Senior Girls 45 Jubilee 3, 45 Girls Glee Club 3, 45 General Chorus 25 Prayer Council 3, 4. CRUZ, PETE L .... College . . . Baby Tigers Football 25 Swimming Team 35 Band 2, 35 Gamma Hi-Y 2. CUARTERO, HILDA . . . General . . . Senior Girls 45 Band 2, 35 Dramatic Club 45 Senior Girls Jubilee 45 Tigers Claw 2, 3, Spanish Club 25 G.A.A. 25 Junior Chorus 4. CUNNINGHAM, JAMES D .... General . . . Baseball 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 35 Alpha Hi-Y 2. CURTIS, PATRICIA CLAIRE . . . College . . . National Honor Society 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Junior Chorus 2, 35 Girls Glee Club 4. DARDEN, SONDRA JEAN . , . Business . . . Junior Chorus 25 Thanksgiving Program 25 Dramatic Club 25 Usher for 3 I-Act Plays 25 Junior Girls' Club 35 School Softball Champs 35 Alpha Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Prayer Council 2, 3, 45 Senior Girls' Club 4. DAUGHERTY, AMY ANN . . . Business . . . Senior Girls' Club 45 Alpha Y-Teens 4. DAVIS, ANN EDWARDS . . . General . . . DAVIS, DONALD LLOYD . . . General . . . DAVIS, JOE PAUL . . . General . . . Beta Hi-Y5 Senior Fellows. DAVIS, JOHNNY LEE . . . Business . . . DAVIS, JOSEPH BENJAMIN . . . General . . . Band 2, 3, 45 Kappa Hi-Y 45 Calendar 45 Student Council 45 Senior Fellows 45 Drum Ma'or 4 I . DE BERRY, DAVID ALBERT . . . General firlnjgfl D.C.T. 3, 45 D.E.C.A. 4. deCASTRO, JUDY . . . Business . . . Prayer Council 2, 3, 45 Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Secretary 35 Vice President 45 F.H.A. Treas- urer 2, Secretary 35 Junior Girls' 3, Chap- lain 35 Senior Girls' 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Thespian 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Jubilee 3, 45 Pep Club 4. DE LETTRE, BOBBIE . . . Business . . . Alpha 6 psof as eff SENIOR DIRECTORY DOW, BLANCHE JULIA . . . Business .pilbjd ish Club 25 Christmas Pageant 45 Senior Delta Y-Teens5 G.A.A. 2, 35 Christmas Pag- eant 45 Senior Girls 4. DOWELL, JANICE ELAINE . . . Business . . . Delta Y-Teens 3, 45 Junior Girls 35 Senior Girls 45 General Chorus 2, 35 Junior Chorus 35 Girls Glee 3, 45 Class Night 45 Prayer Council 35 Pageant 4. RAYToN, Juom-i ANN . . . coiiegeihczmy G.A.A. 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Future Nurses 35 Girls' Softball Team 35 Co-Manager Girls' Varsity Basketball 45 Girls' Varsity Softball Team 4. DUBBERLY, BOBBY . . . General . . . Red Football 3. DUFFY, DONALD . . . College . . . Senior Fel- laws 45 Gamma Hi-Y 4. DUKE, STEPHEN M .... General. DUMAS, JAMES WILLIAM . . . General. DUMOND, MARGARET ROSE . . . Business . . . Dramatic Club 45 National Honor Society 4. DUNAWAY, CURTIS HUNTER . . . General. DURGIN, PAULETTE . . . College . . . Future Nurses Club5 National Honor Society 3, 4. DYAL, LINNIE FAY . . . Business. EADDY, HAROLD VANCE . . . College . . . Sr. Chorus 3, 4, President 45 Sr. Fellows 4. EDENFIELD, NORMA JEAN . . . Business . . . Delta Y Teens 25 Prayer Council 25 Dramatic Club 3. ,D -' WDMISTON, PEGGY . . . usiness . . . Library Council 25 Junior Girls' Club 35 Jubilee 35 Delta Y Teens5 Dramatic Club5 Thespians5 Three l-Act Plays, Contest Plays5 Senior Class Play 4. EDWARDS, YUVONNE . . . General . . . Jr. Girls' Club 35 Delta Y Teens 35 N.F.L. 3. ELLIOTT, MURIEL ANITA . . . Busin ss. EMiNisoR, KAY . . . susinesdmiibeifa Y Teens 2, 3, 45 Junior Girls 3, Jubilee 35 Senior Chorus 45 Operetta 45 Sextette 45 Senior Girls 4. EVANS, ANN . . . Business . . . National Honor Society 3, 4. EZELL, BILLIE . . . General . . . Senior Girls 4. FARAH, FREDDY E. . . . General . . . J Club, Vice Pres.5 Senior Fellows, Vice Pres.5 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Track 35 Minstrel 4. FARMER, GLENDA . . . General . , . Alpha Y-Teens 25 Junior Girls' 35 Dean's Office 35 Junior Chorus 45 Senior Girls 45 Senior Girls' Jubilee 35 Dramatic Club 2. FAULCONER, CATHERINE ELIZABETH . . . General . . . General Chorus 25 Junior Chorus 25 Girls' Glee Club 3, 45 Vice President 35 Junior Girls'5 Senior Girls' Club 4, Chaplain 45 Senior Girls' Jubilee 3, 45 Delta Y-Teens5 Who's Who January Graduating Class5 Class Night 45 Oracle Staff 3, 4. TZ SIMMONS, GRACE . . . Colieae . . . Mas- cot of Delta Hi-Y 45 Treasurer Senior Class 45 Who's Who-"Most Likely to Succeed" 45 Calendar 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Vice President 45 Delta Y-Teens 3, 4, Parlia- mentarian 3, Treasurer 45 Junior Girls' Club5 Senior Girls' Club 45 Student Council 45 Senior Girls' Jubilee. FIVEASH, BROOKS . . . College . . . Beta Hi-Y 25 Kappa Hi-Y 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Calen- dar 35 Senior Fellows 4. Y-Teens, Sergeant-at-Arms 35 Junior Girls, Senior Girls- p FLgW:RS, GEORGE . . . College . . . Band 2, DESCH, IVO BERNARD . . . General FLOYDL OWEN H-I-Exif . ' i General i . i DICKS, WESLEY . , . College . . . Senior Fel- lows5 Kappa Hi-Y5 Baby Basketball 25 Baby Football 3. DI GIAN, RICHARD . . . College . . . Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4. DILL, SUSAN CAROL . . . Business . . . DINKINS, PEGGY JANE . . . General . . . General Chorus 25 Junior Girls 35 Senior Girls 45 Gamma Y-Teens 45 Junior Chorus 45 Class Night 45 Christmas Pageant 4. DOBSON, SHIRLEY MARION . . . Business . . . Orchestra. DOMBROSKI, FRANK . . . College . . . D.C.T. 45 Thespian 3. DOUGLASS, DONALD GERALD . . . General . . . Senior Chorus 3, 45 Junior Chorus 25 Prayer Council 2, 3, 45 Gamma Hi-Y 3, 45 Senior Fellows 45 A, J. Quartet 45 Football Manager 3. Prayer Council 2, 3, 45 Dean's Office 2, 3, 45 Football, Manager 35 "J" Club 3, Chap- lain5 Alpha Hi-Y 35 French Club 45 Senior Fellows 4. FOREMAN, FRED WILBUR . . . General . . . Alpha Hi-Y. FOUNTAIN, WARREN . . . General . . . Base- ball 2, 3, 45 Football 3, 45 "J" Club 3, 4. FOXWORTH, JERRY LEE . . . General , .. Alpha Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice President 45 "J" Club 45 Senior Fellows 45 Senior Varsity Football 25 Varsity 3,545 Pep Club 4. FRANKLIN, LEWIS McCORMlCK . . . General . . . Senior Fellow, "J" Club 45 Junior Var- sity Football 35 Varsity Football 45 Track 4. FUNDERBUCK, REBECCA ANN . . . Business . . . Gamma Y-Teens 3, 45 Historian 35 Secretary 45 Junior Girls' 35 G.A.A. 25 Span- 54 Girls' Jubilee 45 Big Wheel Jan. Graduating Class 4. GARDNER, ANITA ELIZABETH . . . Business . . . Gamma Y-Teens 3, 45 Senior Girls' 45 Jr. Chorus 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Dramatic Club 2. GARDNER, PARK WILLIAM . . . College . . . Gamma Hi-Y 45 Senior Fellows 4. GARNER, DONALD CULVER . . . Business . . . Junior Chorus 2, Senior Chorus 3, 45 Variety Show 35 Choral State Contest 3, 45 Senior Chorus Operetta 3, 4. GARNER, RONALD ADAMS . . . College . . Senior Chorus 45 Junior Chorus 3. GEAR, GLORIA MAUDE . . . Business . . . General Chorus 25 Girls' Glee Club 35 Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 3, Vice President 4. GEIGER, BONNIE RACHEL . . . General . . . Junior Chorus 3, 45 General Chorus 2. GEISENBURG, FRANK NICHOLS . Geni-aJ7 Junior Varsity Football 3 J GENTRY, PATRICIA ANN . . . General. GEOGHAGAN, JOAN . . . General . . . Senior Girls' Club 45 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Class Night 45 Who's Who lMost Originall January Graduating Class 4. GILBERT, MARY , . . General . . . General Chorus 2, 35 Junior Chorus 45 Junior Girls' Club 35 Senior Girls' Club 45 Class Night 45 Christmas Pageant 45 Beta Y-Teens 3. GILDERSLEEVE, PATRICIA ANN . . . Business . . . Delta Y-Teens 25 Junior Girls' 35 Senior Girls' Club 4. GILREATH, PATRICIA . . . College . . . Prayer Council 2, 3, 45 Delta Y-Teens 25 Future Nurses Club 3, 45 Student Assistant 3, 45 Library Council 25 Latin Club, 2, 35 Junior Girls' Club 35 Oracle Representative 25 Girls' Varsity Basketball 4. GIORGETTI, PAULA EARLENE . . . Business . . . Junior Girls' Club 35 G.A.A. 2. GIVENS, DORA SUE . . . Business . . . Latin Club 2, 35 Prayer Council 45 Senior Girls' Club 45 Junior Chorus 4. GLOVER, HARVEY LEE . . . College . . . Gamma Hi-Y 45 Senior Fellows 45 Latin Club 2. GOLBOLD, FAY . . . General . , . Beta Y-Teens 35 Junior Girls' 35 Senior Girls' 45 Junior Chorus 4. GOETHE, SUSAN ELIZABETH . . . Business . . . French Club 25 Senior Girls 45 General Chorus 4. GOING, BROOKS . . . General . . . Solo Twirler 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 First Place Talent Night 25 Variety Show Guest Star 35 Senior Chorus 45 Calendar Boy 2, 35 Bonfire 2, 3, 45 Track Team 35 Howdy King Con- testant 45 Operetta 4. GORMLY, MARY ELIZABETH . . . College . . . Band 2, 3, 45 Band Council 35 Junior Girls 35 Senior Girls 45 Senior Girls' Jubilee 45 Latin Club 25 Alpha Y-Teens 3, 45 Service Chairman 4. GRADICK, DICK WILLIAM . . . College . . . Band 25 Spanish Club 25 Kappa Hi-Y 3, 45 Swimming Team 3, 4: Senior Fellows Club 4. GREEN ROBERT . . . College . . . Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 N.F.L. 25 Latin Club 2, 35 Senior Fellows Club 4. GREEN, SELMA . . . College . . . Senior Girls' Club 45 Junior Girls' Club 35 Band 2, 3, 45 Alpha Y-Teens 3, 45 Senior Girls' Jubilee 45 Band Council 3. GREENE, CLYDE LEON . . . College . . . Baby Red Football 25 Alpha Hi-Y 2, 35 Kappa Hi-Y 45 Senior Fellows Club 45 D.C.T. 45 Senior Fellows' Minstrel 4. GREENE, DANNY . . . College . . . "J" Club 25 Swimming Team 4. GRIFFIN, MARJORIE ANN . . . General . . . G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Girls' Varsity Basketball 3, GRISWOLD, LOREN . . . College . . . Band 2. GURR, CAROLYN VIRGINIA . . . Business. GURR, PATTY ANN . . . Business . . . Latin Club 25 Band 2, 35 Dramatic Club 35 Gamma Y-Teens 45 Senior Girls' Club 4. HAGEL, RUTH ANN . . . General . .'. Junior Girls' 35 Delta Y-Teens 2, 35 Prayer Council ar! W 10665452 ff SENIOR DIRECTORY 2, 3, N.H.S. 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, Senior Girls' Club 4, D.C.T. 4. HALL, EUNICE . . . Business . . . Beta Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, French Club 2, 3, Re- porter 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Thespian 3, 4, Junior Girls' Club 3, Senior Girls' Club 4, Reporter 4, Jubilee 3, 4, Student Council 4, Class Night. HALL, MARTHA . . . Business . . . Future Nurses Club 3, 4. HAMM, MARIE . . . Business. HANCOCK, FRANKLIN C .... General . . . Track Team 2, 3, Junior Chorus 4. HARDEN, RICHARD . . . General . . . Band 2, 3, 4, Delta Hi-Y 2. HARPER, PATSY . . . College . . . Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, Prayer Council 2, 3, 4, Junior Girls' Club 3, Senior Girls' Club 4, Jubilee 4, Latin Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 2. HARRIS, PAUL . . . General. HARRISON, LINDA . . . College . . . Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, Senior Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Varsity Show 3, Student Assist- ant 4, Beta Y-Teens 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Senior Girls' Club 4, Student Council 4, Class Night. HART, HENRY WILEY . . . Business . . . Dra- matic Club 3, Senior Fellows 4, Delta Hi-Y 4, D.C.T. 4, Class Night 4, Senior Fellow's Minstrel 4. HARTER, ERWIN . . . Business . . . French Club 4. HARVELL, GERTRUDE . . . General . . . Junior Chorus 4. HARVEY, BETTY SNOW . . . Business . . . French Club 2, Chaplain 3, President 4, Beta Y-Teens 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Thespian 3, 4, Junior Girls' Club 3, President, Senior Girls' Club 4, Alpha Hi-Y Mascot 4, Miss A. J. Contest 4, Sponsor of Thanksgiving Game, Prayer Council 3, 4, Student Council 4, Tiger's Claw 3, 4, Editor 4. HARVEY, EDWARD WILLIAM . . . College . . . French Club 2, 3. HASKELL, HAROLD . . . College. HAYNES, CLEDA BELL . . . General . . . D.C.T. 4, G.A.A. 3, Junior Girls' Club 3, Senior Girls' Club 4, Senior Girls' Jubilee 3. HELBERT, ANITA MARIE... . . Business . . . Prayer Council 2, 3, 4, Junior Girls' Club 3, Delta Y-Teens 4, Senior Girls' 4, Senior Girls' Jubilee 4. HENCK, HOWARD . . . General . . . Football Manager 4, Christmas Pagent 4, Class Night 4, Junior Chorus 4, Alpha Hi-Y 4, Student Council 4. HESS, NANCY KATHRYN . . . College . . . Future Doctors' and Nurses 4, HICKOX, DOROTHY . . . General . . . D.C.T. Treasurer 4, Junior Girls' 3, Talent Night 3, Library Council 3, Future Teachers 3, Band 2, Tigers Claw Representative 4. HIGGS, WILLIAM . . . College . . . Kappa Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4, Junior Varsity 3, Key Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Senior Fellows 4, Senior Fellows' Minstrel 4. HINDS, JUDY , . . Business HINNEBURG, ROBERT E .... General HOBBS, BOBBYE SUE . . . College . . . Alpha Y-Teens 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Junior Girls' Club 3, Senior Girls' Club 4, Senior Girls' Jubilee 3, 4, Senior Chorus 4, Junior Chorus 3, Operetta 4, Prayer Council 3. HOCKMAN, JANICE BEVERLY . . . Business . . . General Chorus 2, 3, Junior Chorus 4. HODGES, DONALD WAYNE . . . College . . . Gamma Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Chap- , lain 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Senior Chorus 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Future Doctors' and Nurses 4, Prayer Council 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Junior Chorus 3, Talent Show 3. HODGES, MARY JO . . . General . . . G.A.A. 2, 3, Gamma Y-Teens 4, Senior Girls' Club 4, General Chorus 2, HODGES, VIRGIE . . . Business . . . Delta Y-Teens 3, Prayer Council 2, 3. HOLMDAY, ALBERT . . . General HOLIJIS, MARJORIE . . . Business . . . Band 2, Junior Girls' Club 3, Seniors' Club 4, Prayer Council 2, 3. HOLMES, JOHN M. . . . General . . . Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Delta Hi-Y 2, Senior Fellows' Club Minstrel 4, Talent Night 4, Who's Who "Most Original January Gradu- ating Class", Mascot Delta Y-Teens 4, Mascot Junior Girls' 3, "J" Club Reporter 4, Class Night 4, Sponsor of Lee-Jackson Game 4. HOOD, WALTON . . . General . . . Junior Chorus 2, 3, Senior Fellows' Club 4, Kappa Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Calendar 4, Sponsor of Lee- Jackson Game. HOOKS, JOANN . . . Business . . . Future Doctor and Nurses Club. HORVITZ, FREIDA GAIL . . . Business . . . Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, Treas- urer 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Junior Chorus 2. HUBBARD, KATHY . . . General HUCKLEBERRY, BARBARA ANN . . . Business . . . National Honor Society 3, 4. HUCKS, ALBERT DAVID . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 4, Beta Hi-Y 3, 4, Senior Fellows' Club 4. HUCKS, JOHN . . . College . . . D.E.C.A. 4, D.C.T. 3, Beta Hi-Y 4, Senior Fellows 4, Senior Chorus 4, Senior Fellows Bonfire 4, Senior Fellow's Ministrel 4, Prayer Council 3. HUNTER, HERMAN EARL . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 4. HUNTER, RAYMOND FRANCIS . . . General . . . Junior Chorus, Senior Chorus 4, Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, M.C. ot Senior Chorus, Talent Night. HUTCHERSON, ROBERT . . . General . . General Chorus 4. HUTCHESON, REBECCA ANN . . . General . . . Prayer Council 3, D.C.T. 4, Secretary 4. HYMAN, GEORGIA ANN . . . General . . . Junior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Junior Girls' Club 3, Senior Girls' Club 4, Christmas Pageant 4, Class Night 4, G.A.A. 3, General Chorus 4, Secretary Treasurer 4 Delta Y-Teens 4. INLOW, KARY GWINNETTE . . . College . . . Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Senior Chorus 4, Tiger's Claw Staff 4, Senior Girls' Jubilee 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Thespian 4, Senior Girls' Club 4, Junior Girls' Club 3, Calendar Girl 4, Secretary ot Senior Class 4. JACKSON, MARTHA FAYE . . . Business . . . Dramatic Club 2, Library Council Reporter 3, Spanish Club 2. JACOBS, AL . . . General . . . Kappa Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Senior Fellows' Club 4. JACOBS, IRMA ARLENE . . . Business . . . D.C.T. 4, Senior Girls' Club 4. JACOBSEN, NIKKI KAY . . . General . . . Gamma Y-Teens Vice-President 3, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls' Club 4, Spanish Club 2, Big Wheel January Graduating Class 4, Class Night 4, Gamma Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Gamma Fashion Show 3. JARRELL, JACQUELINE . . . College . . . Girls Glee Club Secretary 2, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Sextette 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, 4, Thespian 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Talent Night 2, 3, First Place Winner 3. JARVIS, MARCUS . . . General JENKINS, GERALD . . . General JENNINGS, HELEN FRANCES , . . Business . . . Gamma Y-Teens Historian 4, Senior Girls' Club 4. JOHNS, JUDITH ARLENE . . . General . . . Senior Girls' Club, Junior Chorus 2, Gamma Y-Teens. JOHNSON, BETTY JEAN . . . General . . . Delta Y-Teens 3, Senior Girls' Club 4, Prayer Council 3, Girls' Glee 3, General Chorus 2. JOHNSON, KATHLEEN lKAYl . . . College . . . Beta Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Service Chairman 4, Latin Club 2, G.A.A. 2, Dramatic Club 2, Junior Girls' 3 Senior Girls' 4, Future Nurses 2, Tigers Claw 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, Feature Editor 3, 4. JOHNSON, MARYMAC . . . Business . . . Oracle Staff 2, 3, 4, Delta Y-Teens 2, Junior Girls' Club 3, Alpha Y-Teens 4, Senior Girls' Club 4, Jubilee 4. JOHNSON, SHIRLEY ANN . . . Business . . . G.A.A. 2, 3, Junior Girls' Club 3, Junior Chorus Secretary 3, Senior Girls' Jubilee 3, Girls" Varsity Basketball 4. JOHNSON, VERNON . . . General . . . Band 2, 3, 4, Junior Chorus 4. JONES, CLAUDIA FAYE . . . General . . . Junior Girls' Club 3, Gamma Y-Teens 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Treasurer of January Graduating Class 4, Big Wheel of January Graduating Class 4, Senior Girls' Club President 4, Senior Girls' Jubilee 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 4, Class Night 4. JONES, JOHN DONALD . . . College . . . Band 2, Kappa Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Baby Football 3, Varsity Football 4, Swim- ming Team 2, 3, 4, Senior Fellows Club, "J" Club 4. JONES, JOHN HENRY . . . General JONES, LENORA ANN . . . General . . . Majorette 2, 3, 4, Head 4, Howdy Queen 4, Most Popular 4, Miss Face Contest 4, Junior Girls' Club 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Alpha Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Vice- President 4, Senior Girls' Club 3, Vice- President and President 4, Thespian 4, Senior Girls Jubilee 3, 4. JONES, MELBA LEE . . . College . . . Spanish Club 3, Junior Girls 3, G.A.A. 3, Beta Y- Teens 3, Senior Girls' Club 4. JONES, MOLLIE REBECCA . . . Business . . . Senior Girls' Club 4, Delta Y-Teens 3, 4, Prayer Council 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls' Jubilee 4. JORDAN, DONNA BRUETTE . . . General . . . Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Thespian 4, Beta Y-Teens 2, 3, Junior Girls' Club 3, Senior Girls' Club 4, Junior Chorus 2, Senior Chorus 3, 4, Student Council 4, Operetta 3, 4, Variety Show 2, 3, Prayer Council 2, 3, 4. KEENE, HARRIET OLIVIA . . . General . . . French Club 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3. KELLEY, CYNTHIA . . . College . . . Senior Chorus 4, Junior Girls' 3, Future Nurses Club Secretary 3, President 4, Senior Girls 4, Student Council 4, Dramatic Club 3, Operetta 4, Latin Club 3, Shower of Stars 4, Senior Class Night 4. KENDRICK, BARRY ANTHONY 4 . . Colle e . . . Gamma Hi-Y, Secretary. 9359-13g KENDR.CK, GLORIA . . . Colnege . . . Alpha Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, Presidznt 4, Junior Girls' Club 3, Senior Girls' Club 4, Senior Girls' Jubilee 3, 4, Senior Girls' Talent Night 3, Big Wheel 4, Miss Face Contest 4, Latin Club 2. KENNEDY, EDWARD ANTHONY . . . College . . . Varsity Football 4, Junior Varsity Foot- ball 2, 3, "J" Club 4, Senior Fellows 4, Alpha Hi-Y 2, Baseball 4. KEYS, GARY . . . General . . . Senior Fellows 4. KINDRED, MARY ALINE . . . General . . . Student Assistant 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls' 4. KIRKLAND, JAMES . . . College . . . National Honor Society 3, 4, Prayer Council 3, 4, President 4, Senior Fellows' 4, "J" Club 4, Chaplain 4, J. V. Basketball 2, Senior Bas- ketball 3, 4, Vice-President of Senior Class 4, Calendar 4, All State 3, All City Captain 4. KIRKLAND, SHIRLEY . . . Business . . . Spanish Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, Student Assist- ant 3, Dramatic Club 2, Junior Girls' Club 3' Senior Girls 4' Student Faculty Game 3 Joi-iNsoN, CATHERINE . . . Business xflmugqicisik, viviAN KAY . . . Business . . . Ldtin Cheerleader 4, Junior Girls' Club 3, Senior Club, Dramatic Club, Gamma Y-Teens. Girls' Club 4, Beta Y-Teens 4. JOHNSON, JACKIE . . . College . . . Mascot of "J" Club 4, Howdy Queen 4, Miss Face Contest 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Alpha Y- KITE, MICHAEL . . . College . . . N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Student Council. KLEIN, LENORA L .... Business . . . Senior Girls Club 4, Prayer Council, Rainbow Girls. Teens 3. KLINE, MARYANNE "BOBBlE" . . , College . . , JOHNSON. -IULIAN ROBERT - . . College bgafhfhl Fencing Club 4, Delta Y-Teens 3, 4, Latin Reds Football, Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, Kappa Hi-Y Club 2, Jr. Chorus 2, Girls Glee Club 3, 4, Senior Fellows' Club 4, D.C.T. 4. iq! .1 ,Af 'lU7'vm-y Sr. Chorus 4, Sr. Girls Club 4. W -Qwmd SENIOR DIRECTORY KORNEGAY, SARA . . . General . . . Delta Y- Teens 2, 35 Alpha Y-Teens 45 Senior Girls 45 Junior Girls 35 Student Assistance 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Jubilee 45 Calendar Contestant 4. KRIBBS, NINA KAY . . . College . . . Senior Girls 45 Alpha Y-Teens 4. KUSICK, JAMES . . . General . . . Science Club 2, 35 French Club 25 N.F.L. 3, 45 Pres. 45 Dramatic Club 35 Senior Class Play 4. LACKEY, ROBERT LEE . . . General . . . Swimming5 Gamma Hi-Y. LAMPE, DICK "SKlPPY" . . . General . . . Senior Fellows, Minstrel5 Latin Club 2, 45 Kappa Hi-Y 3, 4. LARGE, BARBARA ANN . . . College . . . Dramatic Club 3. LARUE, LINDA VIRGINIA . . . College . . . Tiger's Claw 3, 45 Jr. Girls Club 35 Senior Girls 45 Jubilee 3, 45 Future Nurses Club 3, 45 Delta Y-Teens 25 Dramatic Club 4. LANEHART, RUTH EVELYN . . . Business . . . Junior Girls 35 Delta Y-Teens 3, 45 Class Night 45 Valedictorian, January 45 Christmas Pageant 4. LEBER, CAROLYN JOYE . . . College . . . A. J. Contestant 45 Gamma Hi-Y Mascot 45 Calendar Contestant 45 Treasurer of Senior Girls5 Delta Y-Teens 35 Alpha Y-Teens 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Jr. Girls 35 Miss Hair 45 Chorus 45 Jubilee 3, 45 Prayer Council 4. LECHNER, BOBBY CHARLES, JR. . . . General . . .Alpha Hi-Y 25 Gamma Hi-Y 45 Calendar 35 Stage Crew 4. LEONARD, NANCY ELIZABETH . . . Business . . . Sr, Girls5 Jr, Girls5 Jubilee 3, 45 Senior Chorus 35 Girls Glee 25 Operetta 3. LEWIS, DIANE ST. CLAIR . . . General . . . Prayer Council 2, 3, 45 Junior Girls5 Senior Girls5 Dramatic Club 25 Junior Chorus 2, 35 Class Night 45 Christmas Pageant 45 "Most Likely to Succeed" Who's Who 4. LEWIS, FRED W .... Business . . . Band 25 Gamma Hi-Y 45 Student Council 45 Prayer Ccuncil 2, 3, 4. LEWIS, PATSY . . . General . . . G.A.A. 2, 35 Senior Girls 45 General Chorus 35 D.C.T. 45 Beta Y-Teens 2. LIGHTBODY, DORIS . . . General . . . Jr. Girls5 Senior Girls5 Student Assistant 35 Softball Team 3. LIPPARD, JOYCE AMELIA . . . Business . . . Prayer Council I, 35 Alpha Y-Teens 35 Senior Girls. LIPSEY, IMOGENE CHARLOTTE . . . Business . . . Delta Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Junior Girls5 Senior Girls 45 Prayer Council 2, 3, 45 Band 25 Future Nurses 3, 45 Jubilee 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2. LITZENBERG, BARBARA JANICE . . . General . . . Delta Y-Teens 4. LLOYD, VICTOR SHEARIN . . . College . . . Gamma Hi-Y 3, 45 Sgt.-at-Arms5 Junior Varsity Football 35 Track Team 25 Swimming Team 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Latin Club 2. LOCKWOOD, JOYCE KATHLEEN . . . Business . . . Girls Glee 2, 35 Chaplain 35 Sr, Chorus 45 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Girls5 Senior Girls5 Gamma Y-Teens 45 All-State Chorus 45 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Thespian Night 4. LOIZAKES, JULIANN . . . Business . . . Future Nurses Aid 35 Beta Y-Teens 45 Girls Varsity Basketball 4. LONG, ADA LENORA . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 45 Chaplain 45 Deca 45 Senior Girls 4. LONG, AGNES LOUISE . . . Business . . . General Chorus 25 Jr. Chorus 2, 35 Future Nurses 25 Senior Girls 4. LONG, BARBARA . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 45 ' Reporter 45 Senior Girls 4. LONG, BETTY JANE . . , General . . . Jr. Chorus 45 General Chorus 2. LONG, MELVIN . . . General . . . Kappa Hi-Y5 Senior Fellows. LOVE, SHIRLEY ANN . . . General . . . General Chorus 2, 35 Girls Glee Club 45 Senior Girls 45 Prayer Council 2, 3, 45 Jubilee 45 Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Class Night5 Christmas Pageant 4. LOWDER, RONALD VANCE . . . General , . . D.C.T. LOWERY, GLORIA VIRGINIA . . . General . . . Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Historian 3, 45 Junior Girls 35 Senior Girls 45 G.A.A. 2, 35 Jubilee 3, 45 Class Night5 Delta Y-Teens 2, 35 Calendar 45 Best Looking 4. LOWRY, JAMES . . . College . . . Spanish Club 2, 35 Football Mgr. 25 Library Council 25 Deca 45 Beta Hi-Y 25 D.C.T. 3, 45 Most Original 45 Student Council 45 Senior Fellows Club 45 Prayer Council 35 Minstrel. LOYD, GENE . . . General . . . Baseball, Jr. Varsity. LUMPKIN, DEANNA DOROTHY . . . College . . . Pres. at Thespians 8. Dramatic Club 45 Sr. Chorus 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 45 Miss A. J. Contest 45 Delta Y-Teens Chaplain 45 Senior Girls5 Calendar 45 Jubilee 45 Tiger's Claw 35 N.H.S. 4. MACINTYRE, GEORGE WALLACE . . . College . . . Football 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Alpha Hi-Y 25 Chaplain 35 President 45 Key Club 3, 45 Treasurer 45 President Senior Class 45 Calendar 35 Howdy King 35 Senior Fellows Club 45 Latin Club 2, 3. MACKOUL, RENEE . . . College . , . G.A.A. 2, 35 Student Assistant 35 Spanish Club 25 Delta Y-Teens 3, 45 Parliamentarian 45 Junior Girls 35 Senior Girls 45 Senior Girls Jubilee 3, 45 Student-Faculty Game 35 Dramatic Club 2. MALONE, DAVID LELAND . . . College . . . Delta Hi-Y 25 Junior Varsity Football 25 Varsity Football 3, 45 Big Wheel 4. MARLOW, ROMA IOLA . . . General . . . MARTIN, JERRY . . . Business . . . MARTIN, SUSAN JANE . . . Business . . . Junior Girls Club 35 Senior Girls Club 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Girls Glee Club 35 Senior Chorus' 45 Senior Girls Jubilee 35 Operetta 45 ,Beta Y-Teens 45 Christmas Pageant 45 Prayer Council 3, 4, MASSEY, CAROLINE DONA . . . General . . . G.A.A. 25 Junior Girls Club 35 Senior Girls Club 45 Delta Y-Teens 35 Class Night 4. MASSINGILL, BOBBIE E .... General . . . Band 45 Junior Girls Club 35 Senior Girls Club 45 Dramatic Club 45 G.A.A. 2, 45 Delta Y-Teens 2, 35 Student Assistant 45 Talent Night 35 3-One Act Plays 45 Prayer Council 2, 3, 45 Junior Chorus 4. McCANCE, DUDLEY JAMES . . . General . . . McCLELLAND, JANE , . . College . . . Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, Senior Girls Club 45 Dramatic Club 45 M. C. for Miss Andrew Jackson Contest 45 Student Council 45 Senior Girls Jubilee 45 Future Nurses 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 25 Latin Club 2, 3, 4. Junior Girls Club 3. McCLURE, LEE . . . College . . . Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Vice-President 45 Oracle Staff 3, 45 Art Editor 3, 45 Student Director for Miss Andrew Jackson Contest 45 Senior Fellows 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Senior Class Play 4. McCONNELL, ISABELLE MARGARET . . . General . . . General Chorus 25 Jr. Chorus 3. MEYERS, JUANITA ROSE . . . College . . . Sextette 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club Historian 35 Vice-Pres. 45 Thespian 2, 3, 45 Jr. Chorus President 25 Sr. Chorus 3, 45 Variety Show 2, 3, 45 Miss A, J. Contest 45 Class Night 25 Thespian Night. MILLER, BARBARA ANN . . . General . . . Band 2, 3, 4. MILLER, CAROLYN . . . College . . . Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Reporter 3, Secretary 45 Beta Y-Teens 2, 35 Jr. Girls5 Sr. Girls5 Christmas Program 2, 3, 45 Thanksgiving Program, MILLER, DON . . . General . . . Alpha Hi-Y. MILLER, GORDON . . . General . . . Football 2, 3, 45 Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 "J" Club 45 Sr. Fellows 45 Latin Club 35 Spanish Club 2. MILLER, LYNELL . , . Business . . . January Salutatorian5 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Jr. Girls 35 Christmas Pageant 45 Class Night 4. MILLER, SHELVA . . . General . . . Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Christmas Program 2, 3, 45 Thanksgiving Program 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 2. MINTZ, RICHARD S .... General . . . Gamma Hi-Y 25 Sr. Chorus 45 Jr. Chorus 2, 3. McCOY, CAROL . . . College . . . Band 25 Delta Y-Teens 2, 35 Junior Girls' Club 35 Prayer 56 Council 35 Senior Girls' Club 45 Alpha Y- Teens 45 Calendar Girl 4: Latin Club 25 Senior Girls' Jubilee 4. McDONALD, WINIFRED ELAIN . . . Business , . , Beta Y-Teens 45 G.A.A. 45 Library Council 4. McDOUGAL, JEAN ANN . . . Business . . . Senior Chorus 45 Majorettes 35 Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Secretary 45 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 Thespians 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Reporter 45 :l'u'rri'Ur-G-i-rls' -sk J Treasurer 45 Miss Andrew Jackson ContestCfo M. C. 4. McELHANEY, DOROTHY ELLEN . . . Business . . . F.H.A, 25 Dramatic Club 35 Gamma Y- Teens 25 Student Assistant 3, 45 Junior Girls' Club 35 Senior Girls' Club 45 G.A.A. 25 Alpha Y-Teens 4. MCGLAMORY, BETTY . . . Business . . . Majorette 25 Dean's Office. McKENZlE, LEE ROY . . . College . . . Latin club 2 3- Key Club 3 9 6,3-,Z McKIERNAN, JOHN . . . Business . .5?'E0nd 2, 35 Key Club 3, 45 Kappa Hi-Y 3, 45 Senior Fellows' Club 45 Junior Varsity Foot- ball 35 Orchestra. McKlNNEY, NORMA JEAN . . . Business . . . Cheerleader 3, 4, Head 45 Miss A. J. Contest 35 Sweetheart ot Key Club 3, 45 Senior Girls'5 Alpha Y-Teens 2, 35 Best All Round 45 Miss Lips 35 Miss Complexion 45 Student Council 45 Class Night 4, McLANE, EVELYN NEOMA . . . Business . . . Secretary of Senior Class 45 Class Night 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Christmas Pageant 4. McLEOD, BETTY CAROLYN . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 45 Junior Girls' 35 Senior Girls' 45 Senior Girls' Jubilee 45 Dramatic Club 4. McLEOD, CALVIN EUGENE . . . General McMANUS, BOBBY . . . Kappa Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 45 Swimming Team 2, 3, 45 Junior Varsity Football 3, Key Club 3, 45 Reporter 45 Senior Fellows 45 President Senior Fellows5 Minstrel 4. McNATT, DONALD . . . General McQUEEN, PEGGY . . . General . . . General Chorus 4. MEDLIN, WILLIAM . . . General . . . Football 3, 45 Track 3, 4. MEIXEL, BOBBY . . . Business . . . Football Manager 45 Christmas Pageant 45 Class Night 4. MIZELL, HUBERT COLEMAN . . . General . . . Basketball 3, 45 Basketball Mgr. 25 "J" Club 3, 45 Kappa Hi-Y 2, Jr. Boys 35 Student Council 45 Tigers Claw 45 Junior Chorus 45 Lee-Jackson Sponsor 45 Sr. Fellows 4. MOODY, DONALD E. . , . General . . . MOORE, JULIA . . . General . . . Gamma Y- Teens 2, 3, 45 Reporter5 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Fashion Show 2, 3, 45 Jr. Girls5 Student Asst. 35 Senior Girls Club5 JubiIee5 Future Homemakers, Chaplain. MORGAN, GEORGE R .... General . . . Prayer Council5 Swimming 4. MORGAN, JERRY LYNWOOD . . . College . . . Band 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Dramatic Club 45 Swimming Team 3, 45 Science Club 25 Sr. Fellows Club. MOXLEY, ROBERT . . . College . . . Gamma Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Sr. Fellows 45 Student Council 45 Pep Club 45 Key Club 3, 45 Varsity Football 45 Jr. Varsity 35 Swimming 2, 3, 45 Mascot Beta Y-Teens 4. MULLANEY, CORNELIUS DARELL . . . General . . . Kappa Hi-Y 45 Jr. Chorus 35 Sr. Chorus 45 Sr, Fellows Club 4. MULLINS, BETTY . . . Business . . . Spanish Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Sr. Girls. MURPHY, DAVID A ..,. General . . . Football 3, 4. MURRAY, DAN ALLEN . . . General . . . NEAL, TERRELL EUGENE . . . General . . . NELMS, RICHARD RUSSELL . . . College . . . Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 45 Baby Basketball 25 J. V. Basketball 35 Baby Team Football 35 Varsity Football 45 Key Club 3, 45 N.H.S, 3, 45 Oracle Staff 45 Student Council 45 Sr. Fellows Club Chaplain 4. NELSON, WILLIAM N .... College . . . Gamma Hi 3, 4. NEWSOME, JOHN . . . General . . . Alpha Hi-Y. 'flwwfui SENIOR DIRECTORY NICHELSON, IRIS BEATRICE . . . General . . . General Chorus 25 Jr. Chorus 3, 45 Senior Girls 45 Gamma Y-Teens 45 Dramaqc ilab 4. NICHOLS, BUDDY . . nero . . kr. orus 45 Class Night 4. NICHOLS, ROBERT . . . General . . . Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Chaplain 45 French Club 45 Sr. Fellows 45 Prayer Council 45 Pep Club 4. NOBLES, ALEEN . . . Business . . . Library Council5 Gamma Y-Teens. NOEGEL, MARIE ROSALIE . . . College . . . Band 2, 35 Spanish Club 25 Beta Y-Teens 25 Alpha Y-Teens 4. NORMAN, CARL . . . College . . , Latin Club 25 Jr. Varsity 35 Gamma Hi-Y 35 DECA 8- D.C.T. Club 4. O'CONNOR, PATRICIA RUTH . . . Business . . . Spanish Club 25 Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Sr. Girls 45 Jr. Chorus 4. OGDEN, MICKEY CHARLENE . . . Business . . . Cheerleader 3, 45 Beta Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 25 Jr. Girls5 Sr. Girls5 Jubilee 3, 45 Most Original 4. O'NEAL, ROBERT . . . General . . . D.C.T. 45 Beta Hi-Y 3, 45 Sr, Band 2. OVERSTREET, JOAN . . . Business . . . Prayer Council 2, 3, 45 Alpha Y-Teens 25 Delta Y-Teens 45 French Club 25 Jr. Girls 35 Senior Girls 45 Jubilee Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4. PALMER, WILLIAM JOSEPH . . . College . . . Alpha Hi-Y 2, 35 Sr. Fellows 45 N.H.S. 45 Minstrel 4. PAMPERIN, DELORES . . . General . . . Prayer Council 4. PARKER, JANE . . . General . . . Jr. Girls 35 Prayer Council 3, 45 Sr. Girls 45 Alpha Y- Teens 45 Jubilee 45 Dramatic Club 4. PARKER, RONALD . . . General . . . Sr. Chorus5 Jr. Chorus. PARNELL, ROSE MARIE , . . Business . . . Prayer Council 25 Student Asst.5 Sr. Girls. PARR, DAVIS EDWARD . . . College . . . Kappa Hi-Y 3, 4. PARRISH, CLAUDIA . . . General . . . Oracle Staff 2, 3, 45 Jr. Editor 35 Editor-in-Chief 45 Senior Girls 45 Secretary5 Jubilee5 F.H.A. 25 Alpha Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Jr. Girls5 Big Wheel. PAYNE, CHARLES HOWARD . . . College . . . Band 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Junior Varsity Basketball 35 Varsity Basketball 45 Sr. 7 Fellows 4 PRESLEY, JOHN . . . College . . . Jr. Varsity Football 2, 35 Alpha Hi-Y 2, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Science Club 45 Prayer Council 2, 3, 4. PROCTOR, ARNIE SUE . . . General . . . Beta Y-Teen 2, 35 F.H.A. 2, 35 Pep Club 45 Girls Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 45 Softball Team 2. PROSSER, BARBARA . . . General . . . Jr. Chorus. PROSSER, CAROLYN . . . Business . . . Library Council 2, 3, Secretary 35 Fencing Club 45 Alpha Y-Teens 45 Sr. Girls 4. RADCLIFF, BETTY JEAN . . . General . . . D.C.T., General Chorus, Deco Club, Class Night. RANDALL, JOAN . . . Business . . . Delta Y-Teens 2, Treasurer 3, President 45 Mascot Beta Hi-Y 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Thespians 3, 45 Jubilee 3, 45 Jr. Girls 35 Mr. and Miss Face Contest 45 Student Council5 N.H.S. 3, 45 Prayer Council 3, 4. REED, LUCILLE . . . Business . . . Girls Glee5 General Chorus. REDWINE, JOYCE MARY . . . College . . . Band 2, 35 White ,Majorette 25 Delta Y-Teen 2, 3, 45 Jr. Chorus 3, 45 Jr. Girls 35 Sr. Girls 45 Variety Show 2. REHBERG, JANETTE MERRILOU . . . Business . . . Spanish Club l, 25 Prayer Council Future Homemakers 25 Jr. Chorus5 Alpha Y-Teens 2. ROWLAND, W. A .... Business. RUSHTON, THELMA RUTH . . . College . . . Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 45 Sr. Girls Club 45 Latin Club 2. SALLAS, GAYLE M .... Business . . . Beta Y- Teen 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 45 Cheerleader 45 Jr. Girls 35 Sr. Girls 45 Jubilee 3, 45 Who's Who Best Looking 45 French Club 3, 45 Student Council 35 Sr. Fellows Mascot 4. SALSBURG, KENNETH E .... Business. SALTER, KAY SANDRA . . . Business . . Jr. Girls 3. SAMUEL, JAMES B. JR .... College . . . Latin Club 25 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Thes- pians 3, 45 Sr. Chorus 3, 45 Operetta 3, 45 Shower of Stars 45 N. H. S. 3, 45 Prayer Council 3, 4, Sr. Fe'lows5 Saludatorian. SATTERWHITE, DERROLD EARLE . . . General . . . Football, Baby Team 35 Sr. Chorus 45 Sr. Fellows 45 Kappa Hi-Y 45 Operetta 3, 4. SCHEIB, ROBERT . . . General. SCHEIBE, WILLIAM . . . Business . . . D.C.T. 3, 45 Christmas Pageant 45 Class Night 4. SCHULTE, THOMAS F., JR .... College . . . Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Secretary 3, 45 Prayer Council 3, 45 "J" Club 45 Key Club 3, 45 Sr. Fellows5 Reporter 45 Minstrel5 Varsity Foot- 2, 3, 4. ball 3, 4, Jr. v 'i B sbsii 3, v rw :ici-mrr, DAVID ALAN . . . General 95660557 Bqsebsii 4, ms' Y Us Q S' Y Gamma Hi-Y 45 Alpha Y-Teens Mascot 45 Senior Fellows Club 45 Spanish Club 2. REINKE. SHANNON C-IRIS . . . Cell-ge . . . Latin Club 25 Library Council 2, 35 Doctor and Nurses 45 Sr. Fellows 4. REYNOLDS, GEORGEANNE . . . College . . . Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Jr. Girls 35 Sr. Girls 45 Prayer Council 3, 45 N.H.S. 3, 4, Treas- urer 45 Calendar Girl 45 G.A.A. 3, 45 Student Council 45 Jubilee 45 Pep Club 4. RICE, NANCY LUCINDA . . . College . . . Latin Club 2, 45 Jr. Girls 35 Beta Y-Teens 45 Tiger's Claw 45 Sr. Girls 4. RICHARDSON, ANNETTE . . . College . . . Alpha Y-Teens 2, 45 Spanish Club 3, Reporter 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Vice-Pres. 45 Oracle 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Editor 3, Senior Editor 45 N.H.S. 3, 45 Sr. Girls 45 Girls Varsity Soft- ball Team 45 Prayer Council 4. RICHARDSON, OWEN A .... General . . . RIDDLE JAMES LARRY General PAYNE. MIRIAM REBECCA . . . Businessymy Alpha Hi-Y, Jr. Varsity 'F50iissii, Varsity PEARSUN, BOBBIE JEAN . . . General . . . FootbalI5 Varsity BasebaIl5 Sr. Fellows 45 "J" Spanish Club 25 Delta Y-Teens 2, 35 Orches- tra 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Girls Softball Team 35 Student Asst. 3. PERRYMAN, CALHOUN BOUCHILLON . . . Business . . . PERRYMAN, CHARLES RAYMOND . . . General . . . Dramatic Club 4. PIKE, PATRICIA ANNE . . . Business . . . General Chorus 25 Christmas Pageant 2, 45 Thanksgiving Program 2, 45 Jr. Girls5 Alpha Y-Teens 3, 45 Girls Glee 4. PITTS, DAVID ALLAN . . . College . . . Orchestra 2, 3. 45 Science Club 3. PLEASANTS, DORIS CAROL . . . Business . . . Alpha Y-Teens5 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Sr, Girls Club5 G.A.A.5 Jubilee5 Jr. Chorus5 Prayer Council 2, 3, 4, POE, RENIA CATHERINE . . . College . . . Dramatic Club 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 G.A.A. 2, 35 Jr. Girls5 Secretary5 Sr. Girls5 Prayer Council 3, 45 Miss Nose 45 Historian, 45 Jubilee 35 Delta Y-Teens, Social Chrm. 3. POLK, STANLEY . . . General . . . Sr. Chorus. POWELL. GLEN OTIS . . . College . . . Swim- ming Team 25 Jr. Varsity Football 2, 35 Jr. Varsity Basketball 35 Varsity Basketball 4. POWELL, JOHN WINDELL . . . Business . . . Prayer Council 45 Spanish Club 2. PRESCOTT, JACQUELINE . . . General . . . Majorettes 25 Variety Show 25 Jr. Girls5 Sr. Girls5 Jubilee 35 General Chorus 45 Howdy ' Queen Contestant 45 Calendar Contestant 4. PRESCOTT, SADIE LOUISE . . . General . . . Sr. Girls, Chaplain 45 Delta Y-Teens 3, 45 Reporter 45 N.H.S. 3, 45 Girls Glee Club 3, 45 Treasurer 3, Secretary 45 Prayer Council 3, 45 Jr. Girls5 Jubilee 45 Dramatic Club 3, 4. Club. RIGGINS, RAY LAMBERT . . . General . . . Delta Hi-Y 2, 35 Sr. Fellows 45 Kappa Hi-Y 45 Big Wheel 4. RINER, BARBARA JEAN . . . General . . . G.A.A. 2, 3, Soph. Rep. 25 General Chorus 35 Jr. Chorus 45 Softball Team 2, 45 Volleyball 2, 45 Most Athletic 45 Jr. Chorus President 45 Sr. Girls. RHODEN, SARA LILLIAN . . . General . . . ROBERTS, ETHEL . . . General . . . ROBSON, MARGARET . . . College . . . Latin Club 25 Jr. Girls 35 Student Asst. 3, 45 Gamma Y-Teens ICC Representative 45 G.A.A. Jr. Representtive 35 Pres. 45 Student Council, Girls Vice-President 45 Girls Varsity Basketball 4. ROCKWOOD, BARBARA LEE . . . College . . . RODEN, JOANN . . . Business . . . Alpha Y- Teens 35 Delta Y-Teens 45 N.H.S. 3, 45 Jr. J Girls 35 Sr. Girls 45 Spanish Club 2. ROGERS, ELIZABETH . . . General . . . Latin Club 25 Prayer Council 2, 35 D.C.T. 45 Senior Girls 4. ROGERS, VERA ELIZABETH . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 4. Latin Club. ROGERS, JOE . . . General . . . Beta Hi-Y 45 D.C.T. 4. ROHMAN, JOYCE . . . Business . . . Delta Y-Teens5 Jr. Girls5 Spanish Club5 Sr. Girls5 Future Homemakers5 Dramatic Club 2. ROUNTREE, EDLEY . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Sr. Fellows 45 DECA 4. ROWELL, JERETTA . . . General . . . Sr, Girls 45 G.A.A.5 Gamma Y-Teens5 Student Council5 fnocsns, MARLENE ooius . . . General . . . if 57 SCOTT, MARION ANN . . . Business . . . Span- ish Club 25 GAA 2, 35 Jr. Chorus 2, 45 Alpha Y Teens 2, 35 Sr. Girls 4. SCOTTEN, JANET ANN . . . Business . . . Cheerleader 3, 45 N.H.S. 3, 45 Delta Y Teens 2, 3, 45 Kappa Hi Y Mascot 45 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Sr. Chorus 2, 3, 45 Sr. Girls5 Jr. Girls5 Spanish Club 25 Jubilee 4. SEAMANN, LAWRENCE RUSSELL . . . College . . . Key Club 35 Jr. Girls Mascot 3. SELLERS, MARTHA LYNETTE . . . General f. . Vice President of January Graduating Class 45 Who's Who 45 Delta Y Teens 2, 35 Gamma Y Teens 45 Sr. Girls5 Jr. Chorus 3, E155 Christmas Pageant 45 Class Night 45 Jr. irls. SHACKELFORD, JIMMY . . . College . . . Kappa Hi Y 2. SHANNON, BETTY ANN . . . General . . . GAA 35 Student Asst. 35 D.C.T. 3, 45 Sr. Girls 4. SHIELDS, LUCILLE . . . Business . . . Jr. Girls 35 Sr, Girls 4. SHIVER, JOHN PAUL . . . General . . . Jr. Varsity Football 2, 35 Varsity Swimming Team 2, 3, 4. SHORTRIDGE, JACK . . . General. SIKES, BETTY LOU . . . Business . . . Beta Y Teens 2, 3, 45 Reporter 2, Chaplain 45 Jr. Girls 35 Senior Girls 45 Tiger's Claw 3, 45 Business Manager 3, 45 Prayer Council 35 Future Homemakers 35 N.F.L. 25 Secretary 2. SILAS, FRANZ E. JR .... General . . . Red Football 2, 3. - n.cox, JUANITA . . . Business .figzfcfi Chorus 2, 3. SIMMONS, FERRIS EUGENE . . . General . . . Baseball 3, 4. SIMMONS, WILLIAM DONALD . . . College . . . Delta Hi Y 25 Alpha Hi Y 45 Latin Club 25 Senior Fellows 45 Minstrel 4. SINCLAIR, ROBERT WADE . . . General . . . Delta Hi Y 25 Junior Varsity Football 3. SING, CORA ANN . . . Business . . . Gamma Y Teens 2, 3, 45 Chaplain 35 President 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Corresponding Sec. 45 Jr. Girls5 Sr. Girls5 Jubilee 35 Student Assistant 3, 45 N.H.S. 3, 4. SKIPPER, MARTHA JANISE . . . General . . . Majorettes 2, 35 Gamma Y Teens 2, 45 Cal- endar Girl 35 Jr. Girs 35 Sr. Girls 4. SLATER, WILLIAM HAMPTON . . . General . . . Kappa Hi Y 2, 3, 45 Swimming Team 2, 35 J Club 4. SMITH, GEORGE . . . General . . . Gamma Hi Y. SMITH, NICK HENRY . . . General . . . Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Senior Fellows 45 Basketball Mgr. 3, 4. 4 C9i0lsl:2flffd SENIOR DIRECTORY SMITH, NORMA JEAN . . . General . . . Tiger's Claw, Senior Girls 4. SMITH, ROBERT WAKEFIELD . . . College . . . Spanish Club 3, Senior Fellows Club 3, Hi-Y. SMITH, RONALD LEE . . . College . . . Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, "J" Club 4. SMITH, WILMA SUE . . . Business . . . N.H.S. 3, 4, Delta Y-Teens 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Fencing Club 4, Senior Girls 4, Junior girls' Club 3. , snow, SYLVIA . . . College 9B05lfl.i5 Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, Calendar 4, Who's Who 4, Prayer Council 4, Senior Jubilee 4. SNOW, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH . . . Business . . . Prayer Council 2, 3, Oracle Rep. 3, 4, Red Cross Rep. 4. SOSSAMON, SUE . . . General . . . Gamma Y-Teens, Senior Girls Club, General Chorus, Junior Chorus. SPONHOLTZ, GLENN MILTON . . . College . . . Library Council 2, 3, Treos., N.H.S. 3, 4. STAFFORD, DANNY . . . General . . . Junior Varsity Football 2, Delta Hi-Y 4, Senior Fel- lows 4, Varsity Football 4. STAFFORD, FAYE CAROLYN . . . Business . . . Spanish Club 2, 3, Gamma Y-Teens 2, Junior Girls 3, Jubilee 3, F.H.A. 2, 3, Delta Y-Teens 3, 4, Senior Girls 4. STALL, JOAN LYNN . . . General . . . Alpha Y-Teens 2, F.H.A. 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, Calendar 4, Senior Girls Jubilee 4, Rainbow Girls. STALY, JOANN . . . Business . . . French Club 2, General Chorus 2, Junior Chorus 4. STEPHENS, HAROLD CECIL . . . College . . . Junior Varsity Football 2, 3, Minstrel and Bon Fire. STEWART, JAMES . . . College . . . Swimming Team 3, 4, "J" Club 4. STOCKSDALE, JACQUELINE JEAN . . . College . . . French Club 2, 3, Prayer Council 2, 3, 4, Delta Y-Teens 3, Cut and Thrust Club 4, Rep. 4, Oracle 2, 3, Assistant Club Editor 2, Club Editor 3, Junior Girls Club 3, Senior Girls Club 4, Jubilee 3, 4, Usher, Miss A. J. Contest 3. STONE, DOROTHY IRIS . . . General . . . Class Night and Christmas Pageant. STRICKLAND, ALBERT . . . General . . . Junior Varsity Football, Senior Fellows 4, Junior Varsity Basketball. STRICKLAND, CAROLE ANNE . . . General . . . Tiger's Claw 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4, N.F.L. 3, Delta Y-Teens 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Thespian Society 4, Prayer Council 3, 4, Class Night 4, Junior Girls Club 3, Senior Girls 4, Quill and Scroll Society 4. STRICKLAND, DAVID CLINTON . . . College. STRICKLAND, JACQUELINE . . . Business . . . Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls 4. STRICKLAND, PAUL HERSHELL . . . General. STROUD, EUGENE FREDERIC . . . General . . . Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. SUTTON, KENNETH . . . College . . . Key Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Most Likely to Succeed 4, Alpha Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3, 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Prayer Council 3, 4, Senior Fellows 4, Varsity Basketball 4, J. V. Basketball 2, 3. SUTTON, SARA ELLEN . . . College . . . Beta Y-Teens 2, 3, Junior Girls 2, Girls Glee 3, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, Spanish Club 2. SYNHOFF, ERNEST AUGUST JR .... General. TATE, ROY JACKSON . . . College. TAYLOR, ALBERT FORREST . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 4, Delta Hi-Y 2. TAYLOR, BARRY EDWARD . . . College . . . Kappa Hi-Y 3, 4, Reporter 4, Band 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Business Manager 4. 5 TAYLOR, BRYAN . . . College . . . Beta l-li-Y 2, 3. QJQQIDPI TAYLOR, CLAUDINE . . . Business . . . Span- ish Club 2, 3, Treos. 3, G.A.A. 2, Library Council 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, Cheerleader 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, President 4, Usher at Grad. 2, 3. TAYLOR, GLENDA . . . General. TAYLOR, JOYCE MARION . . . College . . . G.A.A. 3, Science Club 3, 4, Future Nurses 4, Jr. Red Cross 3. TAYLOR, DESSA . . . Business. TESTON, SAMUEL J .... College. THIEMANN, RUTH . . . Business . . . Band 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Junior Girls 3, Future Nurses 2, Senior Girls 4. THOMAS, KENNETH PRESTON . . . General. THOMAS, VICTOR R .... General . . . D.C.T. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Senior Fellows 4, Student Council 4, Pep Committee 4, Minstrel and Bon Fire 4. THOMPSON, THOMAS JACKSON JR .... General . . . Jr. Varsity Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, "J" Club 3, 4, Senior Fellows 4. TIENCKEN, MARGARET ANN . . . Business . . . Chaplain Junior Girls Club 3, Sec. Girls Glee Club 4, Pres. Girls Glee 4, Senior Girls Club 4, Student Director Jubilee 4, Big Wheel 4, Class Night 4, Beta Y-Teens 2, Senior Girls Jubilee 3, 4. TITUS, JACQUELYN . . . Business . . . G.A.A. 2, Delta Y-Teens 3, 4, Prayer Council 4, Senior Chorus 4, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, Junior Girls Jubilee 3. TOMLINSON, ARNOLD WALLACE . . . Gen- eral. TOMLINSON, LINDA LEE . . . Business. TOMLINSON, TOMMY . . . College. TOMPKINS, FLORENCE VOORHEES . . Busi- ness . . . Band 2, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4. TOMPKINS, MALLORY ELWOOD . . . General. TOWERY, MARY FAYE . . . General . . . Alpha Y-Teens 4. TOWNSEND, ANN . . . Business . . . Latin Club 2, 3, Junior Girls 3, Delta Y-Teens 3, Senior Girls 4, Dean's Office 3, G.A.A. 2, Prayer Council 2, 3, Senior Girls Jubilee 4. TRATZKI, MARIAN GALE . . . Business . . . Senior Girls 4. TROUPE, PEGGY RUTH . . . College . . . Fu- ture Doctors' and Nurses' Club 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Library Council 4, Valedictorian. TUCKER, BEVERLY JEAN . . . College . . . Senior Girls 4, Cut 'n Thrust Club 4. TURNAGE, LULA MOREA . . . Business . . . Alpha Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers Club 4, Reporter 4, Girls Glee Club 3, 4, Christ- mas Pageant 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Junior Girls 3, Prayer Council 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls 4, Jubilee 4, Tiger's Claw Rep. 2. TUTEN, PATRICIA LORENE . . . Business . . . Junior Chorus 2, Girls Glee 3, Gamma Y-Teens 4, Student Council Rep. 4. VADEN, DON GREGORY . . . General . . Football 3, 4, Senior Fellows 4. VANDIVER, MARY PATRICIA . . . College . . . Spanish Club 2, Senior Girls Jubilee 3, 4, Alpha Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Junior Girls Club 3, Senior Girls 4, Junior Chorus 4, Accompanist: Talent Night, Miss A. J. Contest, T.V. Stars of Tomorrow. VILLENEUVE, JOE H .... College . . . Dra- matic Club 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4, Latin Club 2, 4, Future Doctors' and Nurses' Club 4, Mascot of Future Teachers 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Rep. 4, Prayer Council 2. VINEYARD, PAT . . . College . . . G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Spanish Club 2, Sports Day 4, Student Assistant 3, 4. WADSWORTH, MARY ELIZABETH . . . Gen- eral. WALKER ,CHARLES FRANK . . . General. WALKER, PEGGY . . . Business. WALKER, WILLIAM DAVID . . . General . . Gamma Hi-Y. WARREN, MERA ANN . . . College . . . Dra- matic Club 2, 3, 4, Prayer Council 2, 3, Thespians 3, 4, Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 4, General Chorus 3: Senior Chorus 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Chaplain 3, Secretary 4, Latin Club 2, 3 l-Act Plays 4, T.V. Stars of Tomorrow 4. WATFORD, EDWARD ALLEN . . . College. WATSON, FRANCES . . . General . . . G.A.A. 2, Varsity Basketball Team 3, Softball Team 3, Sports Day 3, Student Assistance 3. 58 WEAVER, FREDERICK WILLIAM . . . College . . . Chap., Jan. Grad. Class 4, Big Wheel 4. WEBB, SHERRON SYLVIA . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Junior Girls 3, Sen- ior Girls 4, Seniors Girls Jubilee 4, Dramatic Club 4. WHEELER, CLARICE . . . Business . . . General Chorus 2. WHITE, PATRICIA ANN . . . College . . . Al- pha Y-Teens 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Senior Girls 4, Prayer Council 3, 4. WHITMAN, JEAN . . . General . . . Junior Girls 3, Senior Girls 3, 4, Jubilee 3, Future Teachers 4, Delta Y-Teens 2. WIGGINS, PEGGY JANET . . . College . . . Talent Night, lst Place 2, Operetta 2, 3, 4, 3 l-Act Plays 2, 3, 4, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Sec. Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Miss A. J. Con- test 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Variety Show 2, 3, Prayer Council 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee 2, N.H.S. 3, 4. WILLHELM, BEVERLY . . . General . . . Delta Y-Teens 2, Senior Girls 4, Senior Girls Jubi- lee 4. WILLIAMS, BARBARA ANN . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 4, D.E.C.A. 4, Junior Girls 3, Sen- ior Girls 4, Senior Girls Jubilee 4. WILLIAMS, BARBARA ANNE . . . General . . . Girls Glee Club. WILLIAMS, GENE KENNETH . . . College . . . Delta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Prayer Council 4, Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, Senior Fellows 4, Fencing Club 4, "J" Club. WILLIAMS, DOROTHY GYNELLE . . . Business. WILLIAMS, GENEVA . . . Business. WILLIAMS, GLYNN BRYCE . . . College . . . Gamma Hi-Y 4. WILLIAMS, JACK . . . College . . . Latin Club 2, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Delta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Re- porter 3, Vice-Pres. 4, "J" Club 4, Senior Fellows 4, Mascot Gamma Y-Teens, Baby Team Basketball 2, Football 2, Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4, Track 4. WILLIAMS, JOAN DELORES . . . Business . . . Spanish Club, Senior Girls Club. -I -yy 3 'See WILLIAMS, LAVONNE ELIZABETH .' . . eral . . . Junior Chorus, Prayer Council. WILLIAMS, MARY KATE . . . College . . . Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Delta Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Junior Girls Club 3, Senior Girls 4, Jubilee 3, 4, Jr. Majorettes 3, Sr. Majorettes 4, Thespians 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4. WILLIAMS, MERRILL F., JR .... General . . Band 2, 3, 4, Football Mgr. 2. WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY ANN . . . General. WISE, CLARA . . . College . . . French Club 2, 3, 4, lhespians 2, Clerk 3, 4, ..onor Tnespian Dramatic Club 2. 3, 4,3 Jr. Girls 3, Sr. Girls 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Beta Y-Teens 3, 4, Junior Chorus 3, 4, Girls Glee 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 3. WOODWARD, CONNIE SUE . . . Business . . . Student Assistant 3, 4, Recording Secretary G.A.A. 3, 4, Tiger's Claw Rep. 3. WORLEY, HELEN PAULLA . . . General. WRIGHT, PATRICIA RUBY . . . General . . National Honor Society. YONN, ELIZABETH . . . General . . . Senior Girls, Beta Y-Teens. ZARUBA, NANCY FAYE . . . Business . . . Girls Glee Club 2, Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls Sextet 4, Dramatic Club 2, Senior Girls 4, Prayer Council 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4. ZIEGLER, MARGUERITE CHARLENE . . . Gen- eral. . .Ju -io Gi ls 3, Senior Girls 4, G.A.A. 3, Prayer Council 2, 3, 4. ZIMMERMAN, BEN . . . General . . . D.C.T. 3, 4, Reporter 3, Parl. 4, Beta Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Rep. 3, Pres. 4, Senior Fellows 4, Sec. 4, N.H.S. 3, 4, Student Council 4, Minstrel 4, Bon Fire 4, Big Wheel 4, Class Night 4. ZIMMERMAN, ERNEST L .... College . . N.H.S. THE 1957 JUNIOR CLASS The student's Junior year at Jackson might well be called his "in-between" year. He has survived the kid- ding and razzing that is a part of his Sophomore year, and now he is satisfied just to participate in his various activities until that great day when he becomes a Senior. Two clubs that provide plenty of activities for Juniors are the Jr. Boys and the Jr, Girls. One ot the highlights of the Jr. Girls is the crowning of the Queen and King at the annual Christmas Dance. These clubs, and others, are just preparing him tor the many activities of which he will be a part in his Senior year. Adams, Barbara Barfield, Jeanette Bond, Pat I V -we 3 . A X, Q" J" 1: Adams, Barbara Barnes, Ruth Boney, Margaret , , wt Akers, Glenda Beasley, Mike Bowen, Marvin I,v- . P .V pf .t t 2 f'-Y!-ff , sf., 5 f . . W! H ,.l , ..,y - fa, i g Q, ff fl 35- -Q J I: S Q Alderman, Dell Beebe, Gerald Bowers, Billy Q1 J' .au Q " " f iz ., , .. fm 'lr W If . Allen, John Biggs, Pat Brooks, Ovida Allen Patricia Black, Betty Lou Brown, Donald Boyette, Sheila Blackman, Judy Brown, Margie at -'f:4, L he f W . il G1 in Baldwin, Alice Blackman, Sherran Butler, Jacqueline Q r 59 25 Q J ,Hex rs? 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X "Nw R , '41 " ,f it I ffm www fm-fi Vs, B 3 omas, Anita dd, Marilyn rner, James lters, Robert 1ard, Drecilla iams, Betty J. f, , V . .,V, if ft Z 1, i QQ 6 in in :se Q-my a y , 5 , A l 2 A , ...,, iv 5 R V . can K fz' K , t,., ,T 5 llzll P t A ii, . A Vain A - K QQM- imwbxf 3 - ff f if N -"' A ,. ' I..-53:5 J i Thomas, Geraldine Tomlinson, Mary Vickers, Hilda Watson, Clarissa Whipple, Frances Williams, Hershel , me f MM t 'J Y . i , 'P 45 3' I li , ' A .,..,.,b' E Q A MP' '.,, :" 5 -:-:i "3 - . 3 .55 ,rf w e, ,:. . . .. . Thomas, Jimmy Thompson, Connie Thompson, Elaine Thrift, Pat Thrower, Claudia Townsend, Robert Trayler, Robbie Tullis, Reggie Turnage, Baldwin Turner, Betty Vining, Gay Waites, Shirley Walden, David Walker, Pat Wall, Joan ONE MORE YEAR AND THEN. .??? Weaver, Nellie Whitehead, Shirley Williams. Sandra Weber, Grace Whitfield, Sandra Williamson, Elaine it Weinberg, Edna Wendenland, Sally Westbury, Patsy Wiggins, Margaret Wiggins, Sarah Wilcoxson, JoAnn Wilson, Alice Wineberger, W. Winney, Frances 1' -- W Y A It AQQQ ,,,. " Todd, Birdie Turner, Fred Wallace, Judy Wheeler, Howard Williams, Betty F. Wood. Robert , ,gvu g i 5 55, V V. .Q H ..V. A A is is K . all 65 'ew .,..s.,.., .i.. ' an ,,,.. ir , fgf ,,,1,. . lii A ,F ,fw 1 f 7 i I I' L. . ,fill I? l ff? 'J' 1 T- ' 1 1 y A3 1 1 .- , L Y X A I I . .. f I A 1 X f 3, f .F 01 i I ., , 4. Q J , f' f + aff N' J , N f WRIGHT, STANLEY , , -, ff, , f , 1 fx Q f , 1' , 1 A 1 1 '- I f-I fi f t,,:, 5 .- fm. To a sophomore, every phase of his life at Jackson is a new and exciting adventure. Every day, in every class, there's the promise of something new and exciting. Meeting new friends and teachers, even the "razz- ing" from the upperclassmen is fun. Many of the students have attended Jack- son's activities before, perhaps with an older brother or sister. But now, they can watch their own friends participate in the sports events and programs, or better yet, partici- pate themselves. Truly, the sophomores look forward to their future years at Jackson with eager an- ticipation. kiH2t.z ll' -if Abele, Ann Adams, Cary Adams, Helen Adams, Paul Agee, Arlette Albert, Rose Alexander, Wayne Alverez, Joe Anderson, Anna Anderson, Ellen Anderson, Elwin Anderson, Mary Angeley, Janice Angelo, James Ashley, Walter Atkinson, Neal Bailey, Charlotte Baity, Harry Barfield, Billy Barfield, Flora Mae Barkham, Geraldine Bones, Howard Barnett, Charles Barron, Patty Borsh, Donald Bascard, Edith Bass, Judy Batteh, Rima Batteh, Mike Batteh, Salwa Batten, Tommy Bazemore, Bonnie Bazzell, Bonnie Bazzell, Linda Faye Beckham, David Beck, Barbara Beecher, Anna Theresa Bell, David Bell, Jean Bell, Paul Belser, Sandra Benefield, Brenda Bennett, Aloma Bensen, Phyllis Berrier, Carolyn Biendenkapp, John Binkly, William Birbeck, Joe Birdsong, Billy Bishop, Barbara Bishop, Imogene Blackwell, Pete Bladen, Carline Blair, Carolyn Blocker, Roxie Blount, Dorothy Bodine, Betty Bodway, Billy Bolypton, Larry Booth, Carolyn Boree, Ann Bozeman, Carolyn Bosler, Robert Boswell, Shirley Carroll, Hazel Carroll, Jack Carter, Dorothy Cassidy, Linda Cates, Mae Cavender, Jimmy Cenell, Ernestine Chairs, Frank Chalker, Ann Chalker, Rosemary Chalker, Sandra Chansey, Barbara- Cherry, Thomas Chester, James Clance, Judy Clardy, Franklin Clark, Buddy Clark, Sherran Clark, Shirley Clark, Charles Clatterbuck, Carol Clements, Edwin Cline, Barbara Cloud, Myrean Cobb, Vernon Collins, Bobby Collins, Gail Conjer, Jimmy Conner, Nelson Cook, Elbert Cook, Marion Cooper, Sammy I W' X l957 SO Bozeman, Carolyn Baldwin, Thomas Braden, Lester Bradeen, Richard Bradley, Lionel Braint, Delbert Brantley, Wylene Brawley, Glynn Breener, Eugene Brunofosky, Elaine Brunofosky, Margie Brite, Roslyn Buchannan, Larry Bullard, Sandra Bullard, Waneta Bunting, Sarah Burney, Mary Lane Burnsed, Derrold Copeland, Wanda Corrington, Helen Cox, Janier Cox, Jimmy Coyner, Janet Crawford, Mary Crawford, Wanda Crews, Franklin Cribbs, Lee Criswell, Betty Jo Croft, Janice Crow, Robert Crowell, Donald Cunningham, George Daniel, Martha Davis, Ann Davis, Betty Davis, Forrest Davis, Jimmy Davis, Mary Davis, Roger Davis, Theresa Dawson, Sandra Dean, Ralph Dean, Robert DeBarry, Carolyn DeCastro, Stanley Dees, Janice Dees, Lois DeLettre, Charles DeLoach, Jackie Dennard, Mary Brooks, Rae Burnsed, Edward Brooks, Mary Buskie, Ronnie Brown, Glenda Butler, Charles Br wn,J Ann Brzwn, grande Cain' Roy Brown' Sidney Callwell, Bob Brown, Shirley Calvert, John Canova, Mary Linda Brown, Shirley Canter, Nancy Ja Bruce, Larry Carney, Annie Brumbalow, Gerald Carroll, Deanna Brumfield, Bernard Carroll, Bryan 15 " Zf' ' Home HOMO Denmark, Steven Dickerson, Sam Dicks, Bobby Divine, Richard Dixon, Billy Dixon, Neal Dixon, Richard Dixon, Velma Dobson, Delores Donker, Jack Douglas, Jerry Douglas, Lora Nell Douglas, Marie Douglas, Mary Douglas, Sharon Dowdy, Mary Jo David, Drummond Drury, Yvonne Duffy Diane Dukes, James RES Dukes Ruthalee Duncan, Jo Ann Duncan, Johnny Durden, Donald Durham, Bobbie Dux, Barbara Dyal, Jeannette Dyal, Judy Dyles, Richard Edenfield, Paul Edmondson, Shirley Edwards, Frank Edwards, Talbot Ek, Bobby Eller, Evelyn Enright, Billy Evans, Charles Evans, Evelyn Evans, Linda Everhart, Kathryn Eversole, Gerorge Faling, Carranna Farah, Julian Feener, Ronald Ferguson, Jerri Ferrell, Pat Fleming, Richard Foosha, Barbara Foreman, Charity Forsythe, Betty Jane Fouraker, Mona Fowler, Joy Frankel, Pearl Fritts, Bobby Fussell, Cathryn Futrill, Williams Gandy, Carl Garner, Andy Garrett, Garrett Garrett, 1 David Marvin Morris Garrett, Virginia Garrison, Frances Garrison, Mildred Gaylard, Ruth Geiger, Martha Geoghagan, Rachel Geoghagan, Ronnie George, Wayne George, William Gibson, Barbara Gill, Geraldine Gilliard, Virginia Girard, Lester Givens, Carla Givens, Nancy Godfrey, Gloria Goff, Earsel Goltuso, Nick Jordan, Mary Gore, Ronald Graham, Janelle Graham, Polly Green, Billy Green, Patricia Green, Sherron Greenbaum, Helen Griffin, Arthur Griffin, Charles Griffin, Gorden Griffin, Theodore Grimsley, Faye Griswell, Betty Grove, Gene Grovestein, Bobby Grundy, Lowana Gunter, Lana Gurley, Betty Gurr, Phillip Gutman, Calvin Hagan, Caryl Halford, Claudia Hall, Ardelia Hall, Graydon v-" Highsmith, Pat Highsmith, Shirley Hightower, Wayne Hillhouse, John Hilton, David Hirshman, Norma Hitzing, Wade Hodges, Shirley Hoffman, John Hoilman, William Hollingsworth, Jack Holman, Elaine Holmes, Janice HoltKamp, Ken Holten, Joyce Holten, Woody Holzhey, Eleanor Hood, Sharon Hope, Gene Howard, Joe Howard, Marshall Howell, Charles Hudson, Charles Huffstettler, Rex Hugo, Homer Hulbert, Jo Ann Hurst Faye Hurst, Linda Hutchinson, Harriet Hutchinson, Joyce Huthmacher, Bobby Hutson, Carol Hults, Leroy lngle, Paul lnman, Barbara Jackson, Aleene Jacobs, Barbara James, Linda James, Thomas Jenkins, Richard Jennewine, Jane Jernigan, Jean Jerrold, Beverly Johns, James Johns, James Johns, Loudine Johnson, Dorothy Johnson, Edgar Johnson, Ida Johnson, Jo Ann Johnson Marie Johnson, Mason Johnson Rita Joiner, Doris Joiner, Jenney Jones, Bill Jones, Carlos Jones, Donald Jones, Dorothy Jones, Marie Jones, Oswell Jones, Paul Jones, Virginia Jordan, Joy 1957 SO Hall, Milton Hall, Randy Hall, Walter Halter, Barbara Hamby, Larry Hamilton, Geneva Hammock, Ann Hanson, Donald Hansen, Irene Harnage, Bucky Harold, Herbert Harpe, Everett Harper, Jean Harper, Sonja Harrison, Monteen Hart, Charles Hart, Helen Harter, Jackie Hartly, Raymond Hartman, Jane Harvey, Madison Haskins, Mary Hassell, James Haynes, Carol Hayes, Melvin Hazauri, Victoria Helms, Virginia Henderson, Betty Henderson, Howard Hendricks, Evelyn Hendricks, Kent Hendry, Donald Henry, Brenda Henry, Carol Henton, Gerold Herndon, Harold Hester, Joyce Higginbotham, Herber Higginbotham, Danny Higginbotham, Marie ' ' ??M'E' ' " HOMO Joubert, Carolyn Jowers, Tommy Justino, Jackie Karchaske, Ronald Kearce, Carolyn Keen, Lawrence Kelley, Wayne Kemp, Patricia Kidd, Edgar Kindig, Norma King, Billy King, Evelyn King, Lawson Kinnaman, Karen Kirksey, Frances Kite, Tommy Kline, Barbara Kline, Carol Koenig, Henry Krouse, Jo Ann RES Kurtz, Nathan Lally, Mildren Lamb, Bebe Lamb, Thelma Land, Sue Landreth, Patricia Lang, David Lanza, Noraine Larner, Billy Law, Grace Lawinmore, Ruth Lawson, Marian Layton, James Leber, Frances Lee, Gaylen Lee, Jesse Lee, Joyce Leeper, Hazel Leonard, Connie Lewis, Judy H 'wr' Lewis, Pat Lewis, Vivian Link, Linda Linton, James Llewellan, Sandra Lloyd, Lonnie Mae Lloyd, Barbara Lotz, Patsy Lovette, Frances Lovette, Lindo Lowder, Larry Loyde, Linda Luke, Allen Lutens, Duke Lynch, Johnny Lynch, Mike Lynn, Jeanette McCall, John McClain, Linda McClain, Sharon McCloud, Sandra McCoy, Marilyn McDaniel, Richard McDonald, Frances McDonald, Jerry McDowell, Robert McFalI, John McGrew, Mary Anne McHale, Arthur McKee, Ann McKenzie, Jesse McKenzie, Walter McMullen, Steve Maclntyre, Edith MacLahannan, Robert Madison, Hortense Maner, Virginia Mann, Dale Mann, Jeannette Margene, Judith Martin, Carla Martin, Judith Martini, Jerry Massingill, Patsy Mason, Robbie Mathis, Gene Matthews, Linda Mayo, Jimmy Menotte, Jimmy Merrett, Shirley Merrett, Jimmy Mickler, Madeline Mickler, Patty Miley, Ray Milford, Helen Miles, R. V. Miller, Charlotte Miller, Wynell Miller, Carroll Mims, LaVerna Mitchell, Wanda Mock, Ann Monson, Sally Moody, JoAnn Oliver, Elbert 0'Neal, Barbara Osburn, John Overstreet, Carma Oviatt, Mary Jane Palmer, Judy Pamperin, Carla Parfitt, Diane Parker, Mary Ann Parrish, Robert Parseley, Lois Purvis, Frankie Pate, Franklin Pate, Marvin Patterson, Patsy Paulk, Dorothy Sue Paulk, Oris Payne, Monette Payne, Wallace Peacock, Catherine Peacock, Ellis, Pearson, Jo Ann Pelham, James Pepe, Michael Perry, Margie Pevy, Roberta Perryman, Richard Peterson, Jo Ann Petigrew, Teddy Phillips, Barbara Pickett, Harold Pierantonis, Lydia Lou Piter, James Pilcher, Dotty Pylant, Emory Pillsbury, Marlene Pixler, Frank Pope, Marda Poston, Gayle Potts, Curtis Powell, Jo Ann Powell, Raiford Powers, Mary Lou Prescot, Walker Presley, Barbara Price, Bobby Price, Elizabeth Prosser, Richard Pruitt, Gerald Rabideau, Diane Robren, Gloria Radiches, Evgnosia Rogan, Elizabeth Ramos, Marie Randall, Mabry Rasmussen, Carolyn Ratillf, Kenneth Raulerson, Carolyn Raulerson, Wade Ray, Frances Raye, Melba Reager, Billy Reed, Robert Reeves, Sondra l957 SO Moore, Buster Moore, Edward Moore, Lynda Morgan, Barbara Morgan, Edith Morgan, Johnny Morris, Patricia Mosley, Betty Jean Mosley, Charlotte Mosely, Weldon Mullins, Fred Murphy, Bob Murrey, Pat Musgrove, Judy Musslewhite, Gary Muzyka, Perry Nail, Lamar Nall, JoAnne Nantz, Lorna Jean Nassau, Marla Nelms, Shelby Nelson, Mary Frances Nettles, Christian Nettles, Jerry Newcity, Kenneth Newman, Al Newman, Eloise Newman, Ester Newton, Earl Newton, Jerry Nichols, Evelyn Nightingale, Florence Norris, Bob North, Austin North, Randell Norton, Gail Norton, Pat O'Berry, Randell Ogelsby, Charlotte Oliver, Bobby Jean -f IWQ3- , I HOMORES Register, Bill Register, Ella Mae Rhoden, Carrington Rhoden, Mike Rich, Faye Richards, Robert Rigdon, Charles Ridgeway, Blonie Riles, Louise Rinehart, Billy Rivers, Marcia Roberts, Adair Rook, Vickie Rosenblum, Skippy Rosenburger, James Rountree, David Rouse, Ann Rowdard, Mike Rowe, Billy Rowe, Hilda Rowland, Jackie Royal, Marie Rozier, Dorothy Rozier, Paul R b h' I o erts, S rr ey Rudd, Rodney Roberts, Carolyn R b. W Russell, Raymond Ro msmx wayne Rutledge, Diane ogers' nl U Salter, Howard Rogers, Carolyn Sams, Ann Rogers, Danny Sanders, Edward Rogers, Mona Sanders, Jimmy Rogers, Ronald Sanford, Dorothy -'VC' Sawyer, Jesse Scholl, Madeline Scott, Francis Selby, Elizabeth Sellers, Donald Settle, Carol Seymore, Billy Sharpe, Bennie Schrope, Billy Sheehan, Tommy Shelfer, Faye Shiery, Marilyn Shirley, Linda Shortridge, Pearl Shaw, Ernestine Shuman, Lee Shuman, Tommy Sieg, Janette Sikes, Tommy Silas, Morris Simmons, Earl Simmons, Glen Simpson, Tucker Skipper, Sandra Sluter, Ralph Smallwood, Rae Smallwood, Verne Smith, Arthur Smith, Betty Smith, Carl Smith, Clinton Smith, Edwin Smith, Leroy Smith, Nancy Smith, Randall Smith, Walter Snow, Shirley Soles, Carolyn Summerlin, Eulone Spence, Marie Spinet, Delores Spires, James Spivey, Carol Spivey, Jeanette Spooner, Jack Stafford, James Stansel, Sandra Stapleton, Vickie Starling, Kenny Starling, Pauline Starling, Ronald Stavansky, Joel Stephens, Donald Stevenson, Gloria Stewart, Robbie Stewart, Ronnie Stocksdale, Johnny Stoney, Robert Stoud, Edward Stover, Wayne Strayer, Lorraine Stroud, Margaret Stroud, Winnie Lee Stuart, Betty Tucker, Steven Tummonds, Bill Turner, Donna Sue Turner, Linda Faye Turner, Vernon Tuttle, David Tyler, Frances Tyson, Geraldine Underhill, Edward Van Cleve, Richard Vandiver, Brenda VanOswell, Faye Hutchinson, M. F. Vickers, Kenneth Vickery, Mary Vincent, Alton Vinzant, June Volsika, Vivian Vondolan, Hank Walker, Melba Walker, Patsy Walsh, Lois Walters, Jackie Ward, Patricia Warnock, Harvey Warren, David Waters, Larry Watford, Sandra Watson, Joseph Watts, Billy Weaver, Betty Weber, Gracie Webster, Kyle Welborn, Bonnie Wells, Leslie Werts, Roy Webster, Edwin White, Robert Wheeler, Carol Wheeler, Jack Wicker, Cary Wiggins, Helen Wiggins, James Wilder, Geraldine Wilkes, Faye Williams, Buddy Williams, Carol Williams, Jill Williams, Nancy Williams, Norbra Williams, Roland Williams, Sara Lou Williamson, Bobby Williamson, Joan Williford, Bill Williford, Faye Wilsey, Brenda Wilson, Faye Wilson, Mary Winebarger, Wanda Wineman, Sandra Wing, Derrold Wingate, Myrna Wise, Audrey l957 SO Sweat, Roy Sweat, Janice Swearington, Nell Swindell, Sherwood Swafford, James Sullivan, Jimmy Tapley, Mary Ann Tate, Ronald Taylor, Alice Taylor, Eleana Taylor, Linda Taylor, Ronnie Thigpen, Bruce Thigpen, Joseph Thomas, Harlene Thomas, Larry Thomas, Virginia Thompkins, Kay Thompson, Beverly Thompson, Brenda Thompson Brenda Thompson, Foster Thompson, Jack Thompson, Jimmy Thompson Patricia Thompson Shirley Thompson William Thornton, Bessie Thornton, Jacqueline Thornton, Jeanette Thornton, Willie Thrower, William Thurmond, Gail Tillman, Robert Titus, Carl Todd, Birdie Tomlinson, Markalee Townsend, Mary Trantham, Robert Trawick, Jean ls. I 'BNN- Wolfe, Lina Wolfe, William Womble, Charlene HOMORES Womble, Diane Woodward, Jeanette Woolard, Joan Woolwine, Billie Wright, Delia Wright, Jane Wyant, Billy Wynn, June Yates, Linda Yetman, Billy York, Joe Zangs, Pat Zigler, Lila Jean These are the ones who have yet to know the exper- iences they will encounter at Jackson, Working away at their studies, they are primarily interested in their graduation from Jr. High. Before entering Sr. High, the student is filled with mixed emotions. And who can blame them? There's av' quite a difference in being an important "Senior" in Jr. High, to whom the underclassmen look up to with respect, and then becoming a lowly "Sophomore" in Sr. High, to whom the upperclassmen look down on, But they realize that the "razzing" is all in fun and they look forward to attending Jackson. 29 Jw- THE SENIOR GIRLS PRESENT SADETT HOWARD Jos DAVIS WGPCA. JOAN STALL HUMAN JAMES KJRKLAND MY STUART HM jegfllafy GRACE FITZ 5'MM0N5 a""""? NANCY Jo cooK GEORGEANNE REYNOLDS A FRED FARAH JIMMY SAMUELS BILLY CLARKE .xdlarif my une 'WHJHGMW SWR, ,f f 5? fix?-W :ai 2" ma f vo N 2.5km M - f'n-ffm 323. W "Q, W 1 4 5 ww? HQw.,1.,, " f2Q"1E?f 2 wwf WMM, F W if x2 in ""'w. RWM f Q' ' 51 Y , ' 37 TI www' , S www fp E E x ' -1 'ffwflf fi M 1' 'if' zffffe 3292" 545' H, ,gfjxg,a" , 'tlqzzgc 1 if? 5,4 1? 3 ,259 Q s s - 1. Q Zww Wi, .X Q NZM, wsg. , my , Y Z wi? 2 nl 4 Wi W off! fo UCCQQ GRACE FITZ SIMMONS KENNETH SUTTON Bmuibgn Bnawlvn, Qolumi' EJ o!IooLin GAYLE SALLAS DAVID REICHERT Mfg MW www f .N A-a,f.Mv Jw, wfwwm W' Wwe mx., HMKWQM -' :'. 5 -2 :-'a ww f A L A S ATTA V T A T TSE T T A 'fir 4 . J Q5 ., E NVQ Ja, .ff 2 If W..-rf' JN ' n.M 'CM ,.m af 9 FA-x-AJ! px L+' Cihwwvl t 0,014 Kal' LENORA JONES JIMMY ALVAREZ Wadi .Qdfkdfic M Mn WW O M 'WWI W w HO W 's 1? Ho 3 ? i mai Originaf MICKEY OGDEN JIMMY LOWRY A X EJ .APOMHJ NORMA JEAN McKENNY ROBERT MOXLEY KARY INLOW EDDIE BARRON GLORIA KENDRICK BEN ZIMMERMAN cwlbm HIE IHHHIS CLAUDIA PARRISH RAY RIGGINS JANE MCCLELLAND TRACY CON NORS BETTY HARVEY GEORGE MocINTYRE RENEE' MacKOUL DON SIMMONS 80 I 9 A F ,MM Mmm M . , 7 ', Top to Bottom, First Row: Betty Lou Herring Nancy Jo Cook, Nita Myers.Second Row: Peggy Wiggins, Deanna Lumpkin, Majol Campeljohn. Third Row: Alice Lee Anderson, Betty Harvey, Carolyn Leber. MISS ANDREW JACKSON CONTEST WM, J4, PRESENTED BY THE ORACLE STAFF Wnzwfer ann! Widfreaa of geremoniw BILLY CLARKE TRACY CONNORS JEAN ANN McDOUGALL JANE McCLELLAND BETTY LOU HERRING 84 ,, 4, . A Q, , w 1 f 4 B,, w ww WWI? ag E wa, GW ,Vw CAE ,Mm mm? f fp fl: C 1 3 62' af? at fy:- Am? ,ii 4 5 E' Y 5 il f 2 2 W Q 52 W2 QQ? sw 25 J? Q C O A C H E S Couch Thompson, Couch Kelly, Conch Hazelwood, Couch Haggerty VARSITY FOOTBALL The Fighting Tigers finished the current season with a 6-3 winning record. As the coach said, "Anybody would be proud of this record, it's good for any school." When asked why the Tigers had won this many games, the coach said that four qualities were responsible. The first of these are Leadership and Experience. The two go together, for our returning lettermen filled the captain's shoes and also furnished the experience. lf these two qualities make a good team, then the Tigers are a good team. The next quality is spirit. No one doubts, even our opponents, that the Tigers went into each game wanting to win, expecting to win, and trying to win. Their morale was supported by the Spirit of the students who cheered themselves hoarse at Pep Rallies and with cheers at the games. This Spirit, evident at the Miami Senior Game, helped us win over them for the first time in three years. The last quality necessary is excellent Teamwork. In the Miami Senior and Landon Games, our boys played with a oneness of spirit and feeling that each was reading the other's mind. We won both games, Thanks to Teamwork. One of the coaches on our fine coaching staff summed up the opinion of the students and the faculty very well, "We had a fine bunch of boys on the team this year, and each one did his best." S C O R E S 21 JACKSON. . . .BAY HIGH I0 2l JACKSON. . . .LAKELAND 6 14 JACKSON. . . .MIAMI SENIOR 7 0 JACKSON . . . . CORAL GABLES 20 I9 JACKSON. . . .LANDON I2 21 JACKSON . . . .EDGEWATER 0 6 JACKSON. . . .MIAMI EDISON 27 28 JACKSON . . . .DUPONT I2 0 JACKSON. . . .LEE 9 TOMMY BURROWS DONALD HAMILTON EDWARD KENNEDY TOMMY SCHULTE MARK THIRWELL NORMAN WHITE ERNIE CRAUN RAY GUNTER ROBERT MOXLEY JEFF WINDHAM MACK FRANKLIN JIMMY ALVAREZ DAVE BROWN FRED FARAH TOMMY THOMPSON DICKY NELMS TERRY MITCHELL CHARLES HOWELL RONNIE BASS RONNIE SMITH I A 1 Vinyl vw A Q DON VADEN GEORGE MuclNTYRE FRED FARAH THE TEAM gr mg fal' w V A NORMAN WHITE LEE CAUSEY DAVE BROWN QI' 0l'l'l'leI'6 SNKAQQK '?V'N'fqfW Q .WUW 1-XFWQAMZM V'M"3"5" 5' " 'Z WM if -fi? X W NILLIE wAsHiNGToN CHARLIE HmscHMAN WAYNE coNNELL CALVIN REED GoknoN MILLER JACKSON vs. LAKELAN D Against their first Big Ten foe the Tigers again had to come from behind in the second half to trounce the Dreadnaughts of Lakeland 21-6. The Tigers took the second half kick off and marched 80 yards to pay dirt. A bod pass from center set up Jackson's second TD. The Tigers took over on the Lakeland Il yard line. Three plays later the Tigers scored. The final TD came on Billy Jones' 81 yard run. Ray Gunter and Fred Farah were the outstanding players. ' JACKSON vs. MIAMI SENIOR The Tigers took their third straight victory by downing the favored Stingarees in the Gator Bowl. As the rain came pouring down the Tigers put on a great defensive show by stopping the powerful Stings three times deep in Tiger territory. The Tigers recovered three of the I4 fumbles and turned two of them into TD's. The first score of the Tigers came on an I8 yard smash over left guard by Billy Medlin. The Stings came back to tie it up on a one i2 yard plunge after recovering a fumble on the Jackson 20 yard line. The last score of the game was made in the final period by the Tigers when they recovered a fumble on the Stings' ll yard line. The very next play they scored on a run over right guard by Billy Joe Jones. Billy Medlin, Dave Brown and Tommy Thompson were outstanding players for the Tigers. viii' JACKSON vs. CORAL GABLES Jackson met with their first defeat at the hands of the number one team in the State, Coral Gables, The Tigers' best offensive show came in the first period after the Tigers took the opening kick off and moved the ball from their 40 to the Cavaliers 3 yard line. Try as they might, the Tigers could not overcome this. The Caveliers went on to win 20-O. JACKSON vs. LAN DON ln their first inter-city clash the Tigers showed the Lions who was really King of the Beasts. The Tigers scored first on a 55 yard run around end by George Maclntyre. Their second score came in the second period after being set up by a 42 yard run by George Maclntyre to the Lion's IS. Three plays later the Tigers scored from the 9 yard line. The third and final Tiger score came on Jones' 80 yard run, seconds before the half ended. With the score I9-0 at half the Tigers coasted to a I9-I2 victory. The entire Tiger team played a great game. The two players who really stood out were George Maclntyre and Billy Joe Jones A H. 7 A w if? ii.-I' 4 in , ,, mg N 115 'IF is WM E' .rf W 'BMW Y m,,wgg'fP?"7i'Z'?XR"1 Pia W, VV . 4 A I BUDDY HOLMES George Maclntyre heads for paydirt against Landon. Billy Medlin gains 22 yards around left end in the Landon game. ,fm M New BILLY MEDLIN DUDLEY BROWN DAVID MURPHY WAYNE BRAMLITT EUGENE SEAGO ww! 1. -mf Quail' fi J Q qi 3 1 WM ik 6 .z e rw 'QMAHQWZDWZ Q W3 Ae 4515? an A We W fffwhx B , wr wiv-+ JQQLQQW' if Zf9'f54',+'?2!4Q2 L Q gr Aff .Q W wi, W5 f r ! Www: ,,l . 1.5, .... f P M 4.,,,:,.,..,. , , ,55315:53g::gg,,::.E.::,z.l:,:ggi..,z2".'1 -4 " 3 1 .-., :ff an "' as Nz ml' W""" 'Q M ,B f A ':f'2 ' .--:H" ::' 1- . ' ' ...., , " ' . . .,., 1, ' '15"'f'-- " iivif iE.- .f .. ,L 'f"f'5If"w:i'- E'.-:wr-W I2f'.' ' ' "" X - -Zi yi. - J ,kaggggzfigqy 525:v::.: :vi--.:--CF.-.-.i:.r .- -. , VM w 1 ' 19 if .- 4 ,52 wg W A ami ,Qi f -'-:-".:-:f:a:-,,g:"v- L1 , is .." M: SEV 4 1 A --6 f We ir A f f " 5, ffm W fm gag? 3 5 . ,,,. .. , , . 14- if 5115, 2 . ' 4 1 M ,WZ :mc ,f , '34 4 +9 G25 gi 'Qsgiif ' LE? ,554 531 1 'Z 11-5 15,3 iw 5 2 fig 45' H :m-:Qsz.u'."i,f"f f Aj .: '- 3- Wm: J f' -7 .4 ..,.. x f me as 01 f Mi' f 1.15:-:?sE5L5:5::,:5f 9 1 .J 7 ' ""I"'7 'v V 227 ' if 2 4 x if 3 1 I f 365, y ,f4 ::5::: -.-a,,:v.,,:q' f, , :.- L , H, ' ,, , ' 1 4 .1 f V ef JERRY FoxwoRTH BILLY Jos JoNEs noN OLIVER MGR. BOBBY Meixsi. MGR. BRUCE RIDENOUR JACKSON vs. EDGEWATER The Tigers took their first road trip of the season to Orlando where they proceeded to whitewash Edgewater 2l-O, The Tigers again scored all of their points in the first half. The first TD came on a 69 yard march that was climaxed with a 34 yard run by Billy Joe Jones. The second score came when a Tiger recovered a fumble on the Eagles' 25 yard line, Five plays later Jackson scored from the 3 yard line on a smash over right tackle, by Don Vaden. After a beautiful 56 yard run by Billy Medlin to the Edgewater 5 yard line, Jackson scored their third TD. In the second half the subs took over for the Tigers as they coasted to victory. Lee Causey and Calvin Reed were standouts for the Tigers. JACKSON vs MIAMI EDISON The Tigers' second road trip proved to be disastrous for them. They ended up on the wrong end of a 27-6 score. They just couldn't get started. It was just one of those nights. JACKSON vs. DUPONT The Tigers got back into the winning way by defeating the Dragons from Dupont 28-I 2. the first Tiger TD came on a 73 yard drive in the first period. The second TD came in the second period on a 28 yard end run by Billy Joe Jones. Later in the same period a Tiger inter- cepted a pass and returned it to the Jackson 49 yard line, On the next play the Tigers scored their third TD on a 5l yard run down the right sideline. The half ended with the score 2I-0. During the second half the Tigers scored one more TD, lt came after a 39 yard pass play, George Maclntyre to Wayne Bramlett, which took the ball to the Dupont 9 yard line. Three plays later they scored their final TD of the game. When the final whistle sounded the score was 28-I2 in Jack- son's favor. Wayne Bramlett and Lee Causey were outstanding for the Tigers. JACKSON vs. LEE In the annual Thanksgiving game the Tigers were defeated by their crosstown rivals, the Generals, 9-0. lt was a hard fought, well played game. There was no disgrace in losing this one. Lee got the biggest break of the game in the final period when they recovered a Jackson fumble in the end zone for 2 points. Fate was still against the Tigers as Lee marched 64 yards for the lone TD of the hard fought battle. That's the way it stood when the final whistle blew. 'am Way, Y MW , -Q.. mhz ' 9 ' QJ - "iw , 'vi' ' - Q U P HWY' , A 4 . '. iq P' , .W A , Vw. AyQ,,f, ,fi ' A ? ,Q f'7i'i.g,M,,f 244 4 1 'nazi' Ay 1 Q S 5' 'i.j?w,,,?,'-4,5 1 2 . ' 115 f.wN,,lf ji bin ,ry gi , 6, . V t V 1 , f., ,,1, x .-A .M ' Y -"" KK ,, W W .- fr- 'Bs ,,,f.7 ,, ,ag Lffq jfnfqfjfgmg M is M435 lffirg ' i A! ,X A gk Q ,ik ,f , 9- f I., . -W, U , , ,, .MMV VW ' A X, V , P Q Q 7 if K' ,Qi K!! JQXEKZQJ '- 7 1',f M14 Q v J' yx 'X A, . 'QM Q 9 'ff .- W , g if,- ., ,, f gf? , M 1 ,Wav ,Q f 'fy ,Q fp, y y . A .. .. 'S - ..-1 fgwaqwgsff 1 Ai gl, 4 6 V 'Mn , if sf -2 4 f ww ' f W .- ' 'Q flf: -"QV "' ' ,1g,,,Z f 4, 6, 4 , ' A S f V- ' ' f 1 1 ,, f, , fu ' -' " , .,., if ' , " "" " q- Q, f,A,f,1f ?"f2,,,,-, ' fx- if V , 1' . if 2 ' in ., "V" fi, - n ,AX ,K 4- Front Row, Left to Right: Claude Strickland, Jimmy Waters, Kenneth Sutton, Manager Nick Smith, Lee Causey, Jimmy Alvarez, Glen Powell, Jim Kirkland George Maclntyre, Bobby King, Hubert Mizel, Claudell Combs. Back Row: Charles Payne, Johnny Holmes, Haskell Spires, Coach Hazelwood. BASKETBALL ' i957 TEN GAMES 62 JACKSON . . BOONE 61 Sl JACKSON . . . . LEE 62 JACKSON . . LAKELAND 49 90 JACKSON . . . , EDGEWATER 44 JACKSON . . LEE 49 45 JACKSON . . . . LAKELAND 57 JACKSON . . MIAMI EDESON 60 65 JACKSON . . . . WEST PALM BEACH 55 JACKSON . . CORAL GABLES 53 46 JACKSON . . . . MIAMI JACKSON 49 JACKSON . . LANDON 53 55 JACKSON . . . . LANDON Jubilant Jackson players and fans hoist Coach after victory over Lee. Q ws E 'W im WW 9 n if' C v Q .IQ a ' A 65 ls g , f Q2 fy BWISSGAK f , wi' K fo, sv Front Row Left to Right: Robbie Traylor, Warren Fountain, David Cunningham, Ronnie Smith, George Maclntyre Dicky Nelms, Charles MacLeod, Wayne Fowler. Back Row: Don Oliver, Robert Parrish Wayne Robinson, Haskell Spires, Charles Howell, Charles Anderson, Dixie Fleming, Jack Lee Edward Kennedy, Stunaland, Coach. T H E D I A M O N D State Runners-Ups The i957 Jackson Tigers are looking forward to the trip to Fort Pierce for the State Tournament. ln order to get this trip the Tigers have to be the class AA city champs. They have a good chance with captain Ronnie Smith and such returning lettermen as: David Cunning- ham, George Maclntyre, Robbie Troylor, Charles Mc- Leod, Warren Fountain and Dicky Nelms. The Tigers have been State runners-up for the last two years, With o little support from tljjddents they expect to go all the we-y fhisyeof. pf" .f , ' I I 1' .xi jim.-P' 4' I fx ' ' .J tl -U' , , l yu' il l ly? '+ 9 vi. 'l 1,1 i V . R' 1 L-"V '. il A 5- ll nj' -D V -s L ,J Ducky Nelms and Robbie Truylor Captain 1 "V David Cunningham and Warren Fountain me w W 3 Y ' ' lf Yi' Front Row, Left to Right: Tommy Thompson, Don Jackson, James Overstreet, George Katsikas, Ronald Barsh, Jimmy Spires, Don Brown, Terry Mitchell, Billy Dixon. Second Row: Coach Mikey Kelly, Fred Farah, J. W. Roberts, Tracy Connors, Robert Carlson, Mac Franklin, Billy Welsh, Mark Thirwell, Enoch Gilliard, David Walden. TRACK... Lookout For Flying Cinders The track team racked up two firsts and one second place in the Lee Invitational Track Meet. Considering that the team consist of only twenty-one . COACH MIKE KELLY athletes, that was a good showing. Their chief opponent's team numbers sixty or more. They need support in the rooting section as well as in participants. This year's team includes five lettermen, they are: Terry Mitchell, captain, Mark Thirwell, Co-captain, Donald Brown, J. W. Roberts, and Billy Welch. RK THIRWELL TERRY MITCHELL BILLY WELCH Left to Right: Tommy Thompson, J. W. Roberts, Ronald fo-Captain Captain TOMMY THOMPSON Bobby Carlson, David Walden, Jimmy Spires, Tracy C Barsh onnors -.I X A J 4 4 1 aw Captain AL HECHT ROBERT BOOTH Coach SWIMMING The l957 Tiger Swimming team is looking forward to a very suc- cessful year. With Robert Moxley as captain and ten returning letter men working with a number of promising newcomers the team should be one ot the best in the history of Jackson. Coach Al Hecht is in his third year as swimming coach and has helped bring swimming up to one ofthe main sports. 2 ii we fi Qi? ROBERT MOXLEY ty L af ii? - ,, 2.315 s , , . ...,... . ini, :.,-.:, . Front Row, Left to Right: Lawson King, Bobby Booth, Harold Coffin, Nathan Kurtz, Bobby Moxley, Don Jones, Woody Holton. Second Row: Joe Birbeck, Bobby Reed, Gene Williams, John Morgan, Gene Hope, Wade Hitzing. Third Row Coach Hecht, Elbert Cook, Bobby Ek, Vic Lloyd, John Shiver, Alvin Dyal, Roy Gunter. Not Pictured: Dick Gradick Franklin Brant. ""'1.+ was F' 'av llllll 1 Ill ill Lf 11, tk. tfyn WA Mgr? E5 as i v ALICE ANDERSON KITTY JOHNSON JANET SCOTTEN NORMA JEAN MCKINNEY Head Cheerleader CHEERLEADERS The A. J, Cheerleaders, under the leadership of their sponsor, Mrs, Delores Rowley, had a very active year. Besides their regular duties of cheering at all the football and basketball games, they held several dances after the games. The girls made one road trip to Or- lando, and the many pep rallies showed our tightin' Tigers that the whole school was really behind them. The Cheerleader's biggest dance of the year was their annual Thanksgiving Dance. The highlight of this dance was the presentation of trophies to the football team and the win- ners of the Mr. and Miss Face Contest. GAYLE SALLAS DEANNA LUMPKIN f?3357PQ .-C N as Si ,QE gi 2 Ulm MAXINE ATTERWHITE LU MAJOL CAMPLEJOHN l A N X Mr. and Miss Hair Edley Rountree and Carolyn Leber Mr. and Miss Complexion Jimmy Alvarez and Norma Jean McKinney Mascot CLAUDINE TAYLOR MARGIE BROWN NANCY JO COOK 1 1. 1 C . ,... ..., s ' ANDREW JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL BAND Promotes School Spirit and Adds Honors First Row, Left to Right: Alice Baldwin, Leslie Wells, Mary Gormley, Helen Milford, Shirley Whitehead, Barbara Miller, Joy Clark, Brenda Vandiver. Second Row: Marie Stokes, Carolyn Joubert, Gwen Middleton, Nancy Moser, Duke Lutins, Marvin Sylvest, Eddie Kidd, Weldon Moseley, Patricia Thompson, Janis Hilburn, Merwyn Norton, Joe Davis, George Flowers. Third Row: Sandra Foster, Pat Highsmith, Blanche Newsome, Ruth Thieman, Selma Green, Joyce Lemen, Eugene Kitchens, Mike Roblyer, Joan Wall, Donald Owens, Richard Priester, Bobby Growenstein, Evgnosia Rodiches, Judy Drayton, Ill! E eie F!!! Barbara Adams, Charles Crow, Judy Crumley, Ruth Barnes Fourth Row Jimmy Stafford, Sally Moyson, Annie Box, Jackie Rowland, Gary Pickren, Carter Rader, Delois Alderman, Ronald Feener, Earl Simmons, Mike McCullough, Edward Moore, Waneta Stokes, Patsy Vandiver, Gloria Camp- bell, Billy Birdsong, Pat Bond Knot picturedl. Back Row: Eddie Leeds, Harvey Warnock, Mary Margene, John Sullivan, Charles Hudson, Gerald Beebe, Merrill Williams, DeWayne lgou, Mr. Paugh, Band Director. EFS? 4'li 'Z' Q Q' Qialaa wvx 6' l,'fNw ,,, . I s 6 , i f , 0 - 1- gil L IW ivn-W .: , wx l"U1?1SM'L if 2 W5 a ww 1 4' K an J' 1 Q 4 'Y ff" 'P ' v' , 4 ff' 3 73 22 .63 4 f 9 QL, 2, ing '11 4.1 L 'K sf! 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' ,, 'W 2-1 I A +.1-u,,f"'.w-1 QU' V " ' 'Kg',2, f ,I .7241 . Q I 4 'K 1 I- y 'A ,V , ,. , Y : wi M f V 1 5 , Jw, -4' 5 1 'in' Wi-iv-'RA' " ' f' " ff' K M lik ff' L W' 'rf nf? 'V 'M NM' J ' 'V T' A -1 L' W fy 'f 0 ' V, 53 QM "XY g ,, " A 'm ""'lM --M .A,, ,W arf- Q N" lk - My 'LLf7w'f ' "'i it fn 3 1 Left to Right: Sandra Foster, Nita Mae Stokes, Virginia Gilliard, Ellen Garrett, Betty Lou Herring, Mary Kate Middleton, Shirley Whitehead. Front to Back: Lenora Jones, Head Majorette, George Flowers, Drum Major, Brooks Goings, Baton Soloist, Joe Davis, Drum Major. Jean Reed, Gwen LENORA JONES Head Majorette JACKSON MAJORETTES Lead Jackson's Marching Band to Right: Brooks Going, Joe Davis, George Flowers, Lenora Jones, Shirley teheud, Sandra Foster, Nita Mae Stokes, Gwen Middleton, Virginia ard, Jean Reed, Ellen Garrett, Mary Kate Williams, Betty Lou Herring. 'EWR iii' Mi WM fffS"'3'Wl5T'fSK!5S5s2,'S 'i?'Wi .. J if . ,mgiig E G. 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Editor. 112 eated: Faye Harris, Club icture Editor, and Karen . if ' at Editor, Standing, left to right: Nellie Weaver, First Row, Left to Right: Marymac Johnson, Maxine Satterwhite. Second Row: Betty Kinnaman, Assistant Club Editor. Chappell, Annu Anderson, Karen Kinnaman, Resa Beecher, Faye Harris. Third Row: Mr. Blue, Harold Haley, Lee McClure, Dicky Nelms, Annette Richardson, Nellie Weaver. 5 to Right: Mr. Blue, Sandra Williams, Beth Falkner, Ginger DeMott, Marion Standing: Resa Beecher, Assistant Faculty Editor. Seated: Marymcc Turner, Cindy Clark. Johnson, Faculty 81 Features Editor, and Lee McClure, Art Editor. 'T ff if I ll' e 'Ili 2 A.-ln 311 PATRICIA NAPIER AL NEWMAN . . BETTY HARVEY . NANCY GIVENS. KAY JOHNSON . BETTY LOU SIKES The Tiger s Claw Jackson s newspaper ns published Scholastic Press Associations as well as the Qulll and monthly by students of the gournallsm class Staff Scroll the International honorary journalism society members belong to both the Natuonal and the Flonda for hugh school students. First Row left to Rrght Thea Harrell Emnly Brumbelow Gloruo Bell Betty Jean Mosley, Frances Geer Second Row Nancy First Row, Left to Right: Claudine Taylor, Parliamentariang Niki Lee Sourbeer, Secretary, Robert Waters, Vice President KBoysJ, Monkey Robson, Vice President lGirls7, Tracy Conners, President, Jean Ann Mc Dougal, Treasurer, Mrs. Hackett, Sponsor, Joe Villeneuve, Sergeant- at-Arms. Second Row: Grace Fitz Simmons, Lois Hudnall, June Strickland, Deanna Lumpkin, Mrs. Hackett, Barbara Dugger, Patricia Allen, Nita Stokes, Gloria Campbell. Third Row: Carolyn Rasmussin, Jean Reed, Lenora Jones, Gloria Bell, Eunice Hall, Betty Harvey, Norma Jean McKinny, Janet Scotten, Pat Zangs, Nancy Givens, Peggy Edmiston, Cindy Clark, Linda James, Linda Yates, Mildred Garrason, Jane Wright, Emily Brumbelow, Joan Randall, Shirley Merrett. Fourth Row: Mary Frances Whipple, Lou Howell, Barbara Giles, Carol Hamlin, Linda Hurst, Salwa Batteh, Rima Batteh, Mary Jo Dowdy, Virginia Gillard. Mary Davis, Shirley Waites, Ann Sams, Jane McClelland, Gloria Kendrick, Wanda Mitchell, Judy Rice, Sandra Williams, Ellen Garrett. Fifth Row: Sadette .K , Howdd Diane Duffy, Irene Bach, Ginger DeMott, Doris Joiner, Vickie Stapleton, Barbara Fooshee, Ruth Gaylard, Dorothy Jones, Linda Harrison, Janice Angley, Georgeanne Reynolds, Pattie Barron, Yvonne Batton, Patricia Landreth, Pat Napier, Lynn LaBauve. Sixth Row: Jim Alvarz, Fred Farah, Jimmy Stuart, Dicky Nelms, Bobby McManus, William Higgs, Tommy Brown, Glenn Sponholt, Mike Kite, Eddie Barron, Robert Moxley, Don Simmons, James Hassell, Mike Batteh, Sidney Luten, Lucille Lamoureaux, Marcia Jones, Sharon Doles. Seventh Row: Bobby Carlson, Ben Zimmerman, Jimmy Thomas, John Seymour, Robert Dean, Bruce Sanders, David Beckham, Winton Starling, Alvin Owens, Charles Clark, Glenn McCord, Charles Van Sickle Bill Clarke. Eighth Row: Hubert Mizell, Jimmy Lowry, Billy Welch, Clyde Stokes, Al Newman, Joe B. Davis, Victor Thomas, Marvin Gill, Pat Bond, Fred Lewis, Roy Cain, Thomas Woodard, James Jinks. , f QQdZf' 0 Q Cape! Zffllp TX? -QXNT couucli. U N 99596 of iraqi? ffiyrlffwmty OFFICERS GRACE FITZ SIMMONS. CLAUDINE TAYLOR . , JEAN ANN MCDOUGAL . EMILY BRUMBELOW . GEORGEANNE REYNOLDS JAMES COX .,... MR. DAVIS . . NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The aim and purpose of the National Honor Society is to creote on enthusiasm for scholarship to stimulate o desire to render service, to pro- mote leadership and to develop character in the students of Andrew President President Reporter Secretary Treasurer Chaplain . Sponsor First Row Left to Right Mr Davis Claudine Taylor Grace Fitz Simmons Emily Brumbelow Georgeanne Reynolds, Jean Ann McDougal, James Cox Second Row Gloria Cambell Paulette Durgin Patricia Curtis Ann Evans Sadie Prescott Joan Randall, Peggy Troupe. Third Row: Ruth Anne Hagel, Helen Bealey Anita Gardner Barbara Huckleberry Clara Wise Rose Dumond Fourth Row Kary lnlow, Cora Anne Sing, Annette Richardson, Elizabeth Caldwell Jo Ann Roden Peggy Wiggins Fifth Row Lee McClure Charles Collins Glenn Sponholtz, Jackie Jarrell, Janet Scotten, Sue Smith Sixth Row Ernest Zimmerman Kenneth Sutton Jim Kirkland Ben Zimmerman Jimmy Samuels, Dicky Nelms, William Palmer. ,Wt is New QW, W 'M ,. , .pw y were in 'T , L i f , as E Tia' 'Wim ' 53' 413145 f' ' itfyetx' Front Row, Left to Right: Mr. Kelly, Donald Biddle, Richard Garrett, Betty Chappell, Randolph Quinn, Michael Kite. Second Row: Patty Barron, Georgia Jaber, Jane Jennewine Barbara Tuten. Third Row: Clyde Fox, Buck Miracle, Gene Goodnough. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE ll Il . Lend Me Your Ears . The aim and purpose of NFL. is the developing of A. J. students into more mature citizens who will be better qualified to lead our country in the future. N. F. L. attempts to do this by the development of the speaking MR. KELLY . . DONALD BIDDLE . RICHARD GARRETT BETTY CHAPPELL MICHAEL KITE. . RANDOLPH QUINN Not Pictured BRUCE SANDERS . . OFFICERS ....Sponsor . . . Vice President . . . Treasurer . ...... Secretary -at-arms 8. Parliamentarian . . . ........ Treasurer . . President and thinking processes of the students who are its members. The activities of N. F. L. are as follows, Debates, Discussions, Oratory, Extemp, and most important, the annual N, F. L. Congress held in Tallahassee. WMV A tim 3 Q 117 RX DRAMATIC CLUB CLARA WISE . "The 'Leading' men and women of the future." The aim, purpose, and activities of the Dramatic Club are: To promote interests, understanding and appreciation for the dramatic arts. To foster cre- ativeness in stage arts and crafts as well as poise and expression of talent. Each year the Dramatic First Row, Left to Right: Ann Wells, Lois Googe, Bobbie Massingill, Majol Camplejohn, Grace Fitz Simmons, Renia Poe, Janette Seig, Joan Randall, Francile Green, Joyce Lockwood, Jackie DeLoach, Frances Winney, Edith Maclntyre, Nancy Wall, Mary Jordan, Mary Jane Burney, Peggy Edmundson, Margie Brown, Sadie Prescott, Gloria Bell, Diane Parfitt. Second Row: Sara Buntina, Beverly Jarrell, Flora Bgrfield, Carol Strickland, Nancy Jo Cook, Pat Zangs, Frances Cruce, J ne McClelland, Maxine Thrower, Betty Lou Herring, Kary lnlow, Jeanne Ann McDougal, Mary Kate Williamshvdy Moore, Sandra OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right PEGGY WIGGINS ,.... . . Secretary DEANNA LUMPKIN . . . . . President NITA MEYERS ....... Vice President Second Row, Left to Right: ALICE LEE ANDERSON . . . . Historian LENORA JONES .... . Reporter BILL CLARKE . . . . Treasurer JACKIE JARRELL . . , . Chaplain . . Clerk Club produces a triology of one-act plays, and participates in the Florida State Drama Festival at Gainesville, earning honors for both themselves and Andrew Jackson. Williams, Rose Dumond, Pearl Franklin, Susan Martin, Niki Lee Soubeer. Third Row: Bruette Jordan, Eunice Hall, Betty Harvey, Don Biddle, Marla Nassua. Third Row: Roberta Perry, Gail Thurmond, Marcia Jones, Janice Angela, Frank Pixler, Mike Roblyer, Linda LaRue, Sylvia Bradley, Jean Jerigan, Barbara Dux, Marie Spence, Maria Sellers, JoAnn Duncan, Helen Greenbauin, Faye Rozier. Fourth Row: Richard Garrett, Winton Starling, Mera Ann Warren, Jimmy Stuart, Jimmy Jinks, Frank Maxwell, Buck Miracle, Joe Villeneuve, Sharron Allen, Jerry Morgan, James Cox, James Samuels.-v ' It , R First Row, Left to Right: Lois Googe, Bobbie Massingill, Joyce Lock- wood, Ann Wells, Nancy Wall, Joan Randall, Deanna Lumpkin, Jackie Jarrell, Francille Greene, Gloria Bell. Second Row: Maria Sellers, Bruette Jordan, Peggy Edminston, Clara Wise, Donald Biddle, Roberta Perry, Carole Strickland, Peggy Wiggins, Betty Harvey, Eunice Hall, Jean THESPIANS "Reaching for a star Ann McDougal. Third Row: Jimmy Stewart, Alice Lee Anderson, Nita Myers, Barbara Dux, Mera Ann Warren, Mary Kate Williams, Kary Inlow, Nancy Jo Cook, Lenora Jones, Niki Lee Sourbeer. Fourth Row: Jimmy Cox, Frank Maxwell, Donald Rozlyea, Jimmy Samuels, Joe Villeneuve, Bill Clark, Faye Rozier, Marcia Jones. K Ji UT LJ-9"N' 'Q The aim of the Thespians organization is the creation within the individual participant of a new awareness ot life and its complexities, given expres- sion on the stage. Thespians provides an opportunity for expression and activity. In this activity, all creative talent is put to use, from set designing and stage lighting to acting and singing. This year for the tirst time the Thespians presented "Thes- pian Night" during which they produced two one- act plays, an exposition ot stage craft, and pre- sented talent from the Thespian Troupe, lt is ex- pected that this will become an annual affair. OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right CLARA WISE ..... . , . Clerk LENORA JONES . . - A R9P0'f0f JACKIE JARRELL . . . . Chaplain BILLY CLARKE . . . . Treasurer JUANITA MEYERS . . Vice President DEANNA LUMPKIN . , . .President ALICE LEE ANDERSON . . . . Historian PEGGY WIGGINS . . . . . Secretary MR. CARBONEAU . . . . Sponsor H KEY CLUB IN. X OFFICERS Left to Right, Standing MARK THIRWELL . , . JACK WILLIAMS . . . GEORGE MacINTYRE . . BOBBY MCMANUS . . BARRY TAYLOR . . Left to Right, Seated KENNETH SUTTON . . . NORMA JEAN McKlNNEY. . nr, "'l 'O . Not Pictured ROBERT WATERS . . "They hold the 'Key' to the future." The aim, purpose, and activities of the Key Club are: To develop initiative and leadership. To pro- vide experience in living and working together. First Row, Left to Right: Jack Williams, George Maclntyre, Mark Thirlwell, Kenneth Sutton, Norma Jean McKinny, Bobby Waters, Bobby McManus, Barry Taylor, Mr. Lockett, Second Row: Allen Haney John McKiernan, William Higgs, Tommy Schulte, Robert Moxley. Third . .Secretary . .Chaplain . . Treasurer . . . . .Reporter . .Business Manager . .President . .Mascot . .Vice Prsident To serve the school and community. To cooperate with the school principal. To prepare for useful citizenship. Row: Jimmy Stuart, Frank Maxwell, Alvin Dyal, Winton Starling, Dickie Nelms. Fourth Row: Charles Collins, James Overstreet, Robert Pike, Gordon Miller. -is 'K ''ff'-rifiL5i'6f 25?tSi3f'w-,5'F ' A ' K My - . wb! "5 ' f- BH - --'fed-.Zz L.?m,k.vm,l'fsY A 218. -X 0 Q .. First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Huntsinger, Gordon Miller, Fred Farah, Jackie Johnson, Jimmy Alvarez, Ronnie Smith, Jim Kirkland. Second Row: Tommy Thompson, Norman White, Tony Kennedy, Don Jones, Warren Fountain, Tommy Schulte. Third Row: Don Johnson, Jack ll II "Brain plus Brown" The aim and purpose of "J" Club is to promote better relationship among the varsity lettermen, to establish a high moral standard among the athletes at Jackson, to promote a better understanding be- tween athletes and faculty, and to arouse active participation in varsity sports. Some ofthe activities of the "J" Club has been to sell beanies and pom poms, had a coed party, a hayride, and also spon- sored the annual "J" Club-Faculty Basketball game. Counter-clockwise: JACKIE JOHNSON .Mascot JIMMY ALVAREZ President FRED FARAH . . President RONNIE SMITH secretary GORDON MILLER Reporter JIM KIRKLAND . Chaplain MR. HUNTSINGER . Sponsor PRAYER COUNCIL lst Row, Left to Right: Mary McMiIlion, Lois Herdnall, Alice North. 2nd Row: Joy Bryant, Shirley Roberts, Lois Googe. 3rd Row: Jackie DeLoach, Linda Lovett, Carla Pamperin. 4th Row: Windell Powell, Claudia Thrower, Mary Lane Burney. 5th Row: Jackie Rowland, Claudine Taylor, Joan Randall. 6th Row: Inez Alderman, lnell Alderman, Bobbie Massingill. 7th Row: Violet Crosby, Mickey Ogden, Nancy Wall. 8th Row: Peggy Edmiston, Janette Seig, Pat Morris. 9th Row: Jeanette Bartield, Joyce McCormack, Vivian Lewis. 10th Row: Linda Brunkhorst, Doris Pleasants, Jean Ann McDougal. llth Row: Frances Winney, Anita Thomas, Frances Cruce. 72th Row: Lucille Lamour- eaux, Diane Duffy, Patsy Harper, Ruth Crawford, Judy Moore, Betty Lou Herring, Joanne Duncan, Vicki Stapleton, Walker Prescott, Bob White, Robert Dean, Bobby Abernathy, Faye Rozier, Jimmy Spires, Maria Sellers. I3th Row: Marian Lawson, Irene Bach, Gloria Edwards, Gail Stewart, Georgeanne Reynolds, Patty Zangs, Patty Kirkpatrick, Mollie Jones, Sherran Blackman, Jean Reddick, Harold Herndon, Gerald Pruitt, Mera Ann Warren, Albert North, Ronald Starling. 14th Row: Nellie Weaver, Jane Hartman, Sondra Darden, Betty Stewart, Dorothy Jones, Lynfda Smoak, Lois Parsley, Judy Dyal, Patsy Westbury, Frances Rowley, Gloria Bell Shirley Blackman, Jerry Morgan, Jimmy Stewart, Charles Clark, Tommy Schulte, Lanny Nichols, Bobby Lechner. 75th Row: Sadie Prescott, Patsy Massingill, Ernestine Connell. I6th Row: Eunice Hall, Joan Smith, Mary Ann Tapley. I7th Row: Ellen Garrett, Shirley Clark, Carole Strickland. 18th Row: Nancy Jo Cook, Jane McClelland, Nancy Givens. 79th Row: Dolores Nize, Roberta Perry, Maxine Thrower. 20th Row: Susan Martin, Gail Thurmond, Betty Harvey. 27st Row: Betsy Coppedge, Sally Monson, Lula Morea Turnage. 22nd Row: Perry Muzyka, Don Owen, Robert Pike. Standing in Back: Mrs. McCleary, James Cox, James Kirkland. First Row, Left to Right: Jimmy Stuart, Betty Waldron, Claudine Taylor, Peggy Troupe, Emma Lou McDonald, Jim Kirkland. Second Row: Shirley Wray, Pat Zangs, Jane Jennewine, Carol Spivey, Cathy Peacock, Norma Kindig, Bonnie Bazemore, Frances Kirksey, Hilda LIBRARY COUNCIL The purposes of the Andrew Jackson High School Student Library Council: To give recognition for the services of student librarians, To improve practices and promote higher standards in school libraries, Vickers, Carol Kline, Dolores Mize, Shirley Roberts. Third Row: Lynda Smoak, Ned Druell, Bob White, Charles Clark, Diana Druell, Winifred McDonald, Aleen Nobles, Connie Leonard, Robert Bosler, Gerald Pruitt, Calvin Gutman. To provide a measure of vocational guidance, To help students to help themselves in utilizing all library resources, and, To foster the growth of the school library council. OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right JIMMY STUART . . . . . Treasurer JIM KIRKLAND . . . . Chaplain CLAUDINE TAYLOR . . . . President PEGGY TROUPE . . . . .Vice President Second Row BETTY WALDRON . , . . Secretary MRS. MARTIN . . . . . Librarian MISS HUTCHERSON . . Head Librarian MRS. WASSON ..... . . . Librarian EMMA LOU MCDONALD . . Reporter s ADBAA First Row, Left to Right: Sonny Melton, Peggy Wiggins, Dan Alvarez, Vance Eaddy, Linda Harrison, Deanna Lumpkin, Donald Hodges. Second Row: Juanita Meyers, Bruette Jordan, Alice North, Janet Scotten, Nancy Zaruba. Third Row: Mary Anne Kline, Jean Pescara, Cleo NesSmith, Shirley Wray, Joyce Lockwood, Fourth Row: Claudia Thrower, Susan Martin, Alice Lee Anderson, Jackie Jarrell, Gloria Bell. Fifth Row: Jean Ann McDougal, Geraldine Bray, Phyllis Clarke, Kary lnlow, Joal Skipper. Sixth Row: Nancy Wall, Bobbye Sue Hobbs, Helen Bealey, Carolyn Jenkins, Kay Eminisor, Cynthia Kelly. Seventh Row: Mera Ann Warren, Vina Rozier, Ronnie Taylor, Sharon Doles. Eighth Row: Albert North, Richard Di Gian, Jimmy Jinks. Adair Roberts, Robert Abernathy. Ninth Row: Bill Clark, John Hucks, Jimmy Samuel, Bill Brewer, Ronnie Parker. SENICR CHORUS SEXTET Seated, Left to right: Deanna Lumpkin, Acc., Nancy Zaruba, Nita Meyers, Kay Eminisor. Standing: Alice Lee Anderson, Jackie Jarrell, Peggy Wiggins. 'Eat eYE mm?Q,We'.Y?ns.lwNe 4 'Me ,mkffm JF. wa... ulmnfiss-L, sf? QUARTET Jimmy Cox, Acc., Ronnie Taylor, Sonny Melton, Adair Roberts, Tracy , ,x 2 yv y , '1 f 3 r i R 2' ig ., if , . E2 X fx if A x. mm rf Bitmap? V WBWV, 4 .eff yr ,f , :lit 'ne ti, We QA A First Row, Left to Right: Bobby King, Vice President, Adair Roberts, President, Gloria Edwards, Secretary, Barbara Massingill, Treasurer, David Cunningham, Chaplain, Hubert Mizell, Sgt.-at-Arms. Second Row: Barbara White, Ruth Laurimore, Joyce Redwine, Charlotte Lovell, Betty Jane Long, Dora Sue Givens, Shirley Brown, Marlene Shelnutt, Shirley Merrett. Third Row: Doris Joiner, Mary Lane Burney, Betsy Melvin, Sharon Hood, Jo Ann Pearson, Doris Pleasants, Lorita Turner, Patsy Massingill, Carranna Faling. Fourth Row: Joan Woolard, Evelyn Arzie, Judy Dyal, Iris Nichelscn, Marilyn Shiery. Fifth Row: Elaine Williamson, Glenda Thompscn, Sandra Dawson, Barbara Morgan, Barbara Benefield, Tiny Mae Byrd. Sixth Raw: Anita Gardner, Jean Harper, Linda LaRue, Jerri Ferguson, Shirley Hodges, Roslyn Brite, Jackie Prescott. Seventh Row: Lavonne Williams, Dorothy Ann Averitt, Geraldine Cheshire, Hilda Cuartero, Barbara Prosser. Eighth Row: Bobby Lechner, Bill Brewer, Fred Foreman, Fred Milton. Ninth Row: Jerry Carter, Franklin Hancock, Joe Thompson, Frank Geisenburg, Ronnie Taylor, Ernest Synhcfl. JUNIOR CHORUS I JUNIOR CHORUS ll First Row: OFFICERS-Danny Stafford, Sergeant-at-Arms, Patsy Van- diver, Acc., Shirley Johnson, Secretary, Barbara Riner, President, Margie Ard, Vice President, Clara Wise, Acc., Al Jacobs, Treasurer. Second Row, Left to Right: Donald Jones, Evelyn Eller, Martha Geiger, Janice Hockman, Glenda Taylor, Francille Green, Betty Mullins, Ginger Thomas, Alice Taylor, Norma Hirschman, Carol Wheller, Maria Ramos, Nona Upthegrove, Ann Chalker, Kathryn Chaney, Charlotte Bailey, Jo Ann Bullard, Third Row: Billie Woolwine, Paulette Durgin, Faye Bennett, Rose Mary Chalker, Gertrude Harvell, Shirley Lucas, Jeanette Higginbotham, Shirley Lammon, Patty Kirkpatrick, Delia Wright, Mary Haskins, Frances Leber, Jane McCelland, Carolyn Leber, Pearl Frankel, Ann Hyman. Fourth Row: Nancy Canington, Fay Godbold, Mary Tice, Bonnie Geiger, Celenda Farmer, Sarah Lau Williams, Theresa Davis, Allen Luke, Peggy Dinkins, Phyllis Carrier, Wilma Hettrick, Ida Johnson, Martha Sellers, Sue Sessamon, Ann Johnson. Fifth Row: Miriam Payne, Gay Vining, Jane Powell, Brenda Thompson, Pat Kemp, Joanne Duncan, Barbara Cline, Rita Johnson, Mary Ara, Howard Henck, Martha Baker, Jo Ann Anderson, Mary Miller, Ann Glenn, Pat Connor, Joann Staly. Sixth Row: Marion Scott, Diane Jones, Wayne Carter, Harry Combs, Frank Pixler, Carrington Rhoden, Vermon Johnson, William Higgs Clyde Fox, Richard Garrett, Lawrence Rossignol, John Robinson, Bobby Lackey, Mark Franklin, Robert Hutcherson. 1-nnnnquuu First Row, Left to Right: OFFICERS-Clara Wise, Acc., Gloria Lowery, Historian, Sadie Prescott, Treasurer, Beth Faulconer, Vice President, Betty Jean Johnson, Chaplain, Phyllis Perry, Reporter, Carolyn Miller, Secretary, Ann Tiencken, President. Second Row: Patricia Curtis, Marlene Pillsbury, Betty Jane Forsyth, Melba Riner, Dearina Carroll, Shelva Miller. Third Row: Jo Ann Hillhouse, Eulane Summerlin, Sandra Phillips, Wanda Atkins , Sylvia Hastings. Fourth Row: Frances Cruce, Beverly Jarrell, Donna Freeman, Claudia Thrower, Jackie Strickland, Ruth Gaylard, Flora Mae Barfield. Fifth Row: Lula Morea Turnoge, Mickey Tamargo, Thea Harrell, Mary Jordon, Barbara Fooshee, Phyllis Everett. Sixth Row: Margaret Stroud, Barbara Presley, Diane Rabideau, Glyn Brawley, Hortense Matteson, Geneva Hamilton, Winnie Lee Stroud. Seventh Row: Connie Seaman, Jean Royal, Sherron Allen, Betsy Coppedge, Maria Sellers. Eighth Row: Patty Pike, Marion Cook, Patty Mickler, Shirley Love, Janice Dowell. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB JUNIOR BOYS' CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Albert Holliday, Chaplain, Allen Haney, Carter, Alvin Dyal, Billy Welch, Don Johnson, Mr. Lamb. Third Row: Secretary, Bob Church, Vice President, Ovida Brooks, Mascot, Jimmy Wayne Edwards, John Johns, Efrain Ramos, Robert Pike, Don Owens. Stuart, President, Gary Pickeren, Reporter, Marvin Sylvest,Sqt-at-Arms. Fourth Row: Sidney Lutten, Lyndon Shelton, Winton Starling, Fifth Second Row: Jerry Ashwood, Richard Jewett, Ken Dardin, Tommy Row: Earl Gillette, Butch Turnage, Mark Thirwell. may home 4ti2,z?zW9 ---rw-T sf: 'Illini' A """"' ....,........... . ............ . .-......-..2'.4.L i First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Houser, Barbara Giles, Lee Causey, Betty Lairsey. Second Row: Nancy Williams, Judy Moore, Pat Peacock, Mera Ann Warren, Norma Hirschman. Third Row: Linda Turner, MQW M fe wg gs: wana iff 'lnlmmisrsqiusru-i ,L ti. Pattie Barron, Janice Sweat, Chloe Maxim. Fourth Row: Joyce Hutche- son, Ginger Garrett, Glynn Skinner, Linda Matthews. Fifth Row: Claudette Aramoonie, Prissy Eaton, Nona Upthegrove, Pat Thrift. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS "Diplomats in aprons" The aim and purpose of this club is: To promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfaction of homemaking, To encourage democracy in home and community life. To work for good home and family lite for all. .s r-112-ff ,S Some of the activities of FHA. are: Providing a Thanksgiving basket, participating in the Toys For Tots campaign, visiting the hospitals, helping the poor, and tor the first time sponsored a new event in Jackson, "Young Men On Parade." E352 Eg ' WIA 1' ii K oFFlcERs .. ,g,,+,, First Row, Seated, Left to Right I I , PAT PEACOCK ...... . . Treasurer A gig?-, -'1r 'iiii JUDY Moons ...... . . . chaplain " --r.2 MERA ANN WARREN . , . . secfefary PATTY BARRON .... . . Reporter NANCY WILLIAMS . . . . . Historian Second Row, Standing LEE CAUSEY .... . . . Mascot BARBARA GILES . . . . .President BETTY LAIRSEY .... Vice President NORMA HIRSCHMAN . . . . Parliamentarian LINDA TURNER . . . MRS. HOUSER . . . Song Leader , . .Sponsor OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right NELLIE WEAVER . . . . Secretary CYNTHIA KELLEY . . . .President JUDY BLACKMON . . . . . Reporter PEGGY TROUPE . . . . Treasurer TRACY CONNERS . . . .Mascot On Steps NIKI LEE SOURBEER . . . . . Vice President FUTURE DCCTORS and NURSES CLUB "They shall comfort the sick." The aim of the Future Doctors and Nurses club is to encourage and enlighten the girls in their future career. The activities include, the Capping ceremony, Seniors witness operation, listening to First Raw, Left to Right: Peggy Troupe, Nellie Weaver, Cynthia Kelley, Niki Lee Sourbeer, Judy Blackman. Second Row: Sandra Llewellyn, Carla Pamperin, Dolores Mize, Gloria Bell, Linda Coker, Joyce Taylor. Third Row: Imogene Lipsey, Jane McClelland, Linda Roberts, Joan the different types ot nurses, visiting the Blood Bank, attending State Conventions and District Meetings, and also giving parties. Smith, Shirley Roberts. Fourth Row: Linda LaRue, Jean Whitman, Martha Hall, Jean Harper, Joanne Hooks, Linda Evans. Fifth Row: Geraldine Cheshire, Faye Grimsley, Lucille Lamoureux, Joe Villeneuve, Donald Biddle, Gail Stewart, Jean Reddick. 53193435 :iii-'En 0 NIS First Row, Left to Right: Miss Anderson, Gloria Gear, Joe Villeneuve Turnage Rachel Small Freida Horvitz Third Row Judy Wallace Lynn LaBauve, Mrs. Nichols, Second Row: Frances Rowley Lula Morea Pat Vineyard Roberta Perry Niki Lee Sourbeer FUTURE TEACHERS "An apple a day . ." The Future Teochers Club strives to show the student the opportunities in the teaching profession OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right, o FRANCES ROWLEY . . RACHEL SMALL . . . Second Row, Left to Right JOE VILLENEUVE . . . FREIDA HORVITZ . . LULA MOREA . . LYNN LaBAUVE. . . GLORIA GEAR . . MISS ANDERSON . . MRS. NICHELS . . n Steps . .Secretary . .Chaplain . . Mascot . . . Treasurer Turnage Reporter . . . .President . Vice President . . . . Sponsor . . Sponsor FRENCH CLUB I OFFICERS GRACE FITZSIMMONS . . . , . President JEAN LAMB ..... . .Chaplain NANCY WALL . . . . Secretary DORIS McCLEARY . ..... Sponsor GORDON KEITH , . . Vice President Seated on Steps PATTIE BARRON . . . . . Treasurer THEA HARRELL . . . . Reporter "Suivez la riviere et vous gagnerez la mer . . Follow the river and you will find the sea." The aim and purpose of French Club is: To create a greater interest and understanding of the French people and their beautiful language by learning of their customs, personalities, and coun- First Row, Left to Right: Thea Harrell, Grace Fitzsimmons, Gordon Keith, Nancy Wall, Pattie Barron, Jean Lamb, Mrs. McClecry. Second Row: Shirley Merrett, Joyce McCormack, Jeanette Barfield, Pat Zangs, Gail Thurmond. Third Row: Marie Stokes, Susan Jones, Betty Harvey, Nancy Jo Cook. Fourth Row: Tex Floyd, Clara Wise, Maria try. The varied activities of the French Club include an annual spring banquet at which French foods are served, and a weekend at Rollins College. Sellers, Betsy Coppedge, Joe Davis. Fifth Row: John Sullivan, Donald Biddle, Frank Pixler, Robert Tillman. Sixth Row: Jack Thompson, Lanny Nichols, Audie Lampe, David Walden. Seventh Row: Buck Miracle, Johnny Stocksdale, Nelson Conner, Ferris Nobles. sslli E First Row, Left to Right: Pat Napier, Jimmy Thomas, Gerald Pruitt. Second Row: Mr. Peter Fresneda, Patsy Westberry, Glenda Akers, Joyce Corbett, Bob Church, Mr. C. Harris. Third Row: Cathy Peacock, SPANISH ci.uB Helen Wiggins, Carol Hudson, Shirley Clark, Pat Murray, Corky Bunting. Fourth Row: Sara Wiggins, Marian Lawson, Clark Allen Ray Hawkins, Mary Jo Dowdy, Sara Husney. Buenos Vecinos-Sabre las Mares! . . . Good Neighbors - Across the Seas! The purpose of the Spanish Club is to promote an interest in the people, and tradition of Spanish- speaking countries, It is their aim to promote an interest in the learning of Spanish by the students of Andrew Jackson. So tar this year their activities have been to bring together and deliver a basket oFFicERs i Seated on Steps, Left to Right JOYCE CORBETT ,.,.. . . . Treasurer PATSY WESTBERRY . . . . Chaplain Second Row BOB CHURCH . . . Parliamentarian JIMMY THOMAS . . , . . President PAT NAPIER . . . . Vice President GERALD PRUITT , . . . . Secretary GLENDA AKERS . . . Reporter MR. FRESNEDA . . . . . Sponsor MR, HARRIS . . . . .Sponsor of groceries to one ot the needy Spanish families in our community. Also, they have sent a represen tative to the Student Council and have made prepa rations to support them in their program for beauti tying the school grounds. LATIN CLUB OFFICERS Seated, Left to Right rg' JANis HLLBURN . . .Treasurer -Q ROBERT DEAN . . . .Chaplain ' Q Second Row . MRS. HACKETT . . . . . .Sponsor ELIZABETH CALDWELL . . . . .President . LEE McCLURE .... . . Vice President . BUCK MIRACLE . . . . .Reporter .' cARLA PAMPERIN . . . .secretary "Esse Fuam Videre . . To Be rather than to seem." The purpose of the Laeti Latene lHappy Latinsi is to instill into the minds of students, a deeper appreciation of the Latin language and of the ancient history that it represents. Some of the First Row, Left to Right: Mary Lane Burney, Judith Elaine Martin, Faye Grimsley, Caryl Hagan, Billie Woolwine, Jill Williams, Jane McClelland, Niki Lee Sourbeer, Jeanette Dyul, Marla Nassau, Gene Driskell, Ronnie Starling, Nellie Weaver, Betty Gurley, Nancy Rice, Jean Harper, Sharon Green, Wayne Edwards, Winton Starling, Jimmy Stuart, Pete Blackwell, Howard Henderson, Joe Villeneuve, Bob White. Left to Riqht, Across: Mrs. H"ckett, Lee McClure, Elizabeth Caldwell, activities of the Latin Club is the Initiation and Halloween party, o Thanksgiving basket, Christmas Dance, Forum, Latin Banquet, Inter-Language Banquet, Buck Miracle, Janis Hilburn, Robert Dean, Carla Pamperin. Second Row: Clinton Smith, Sam Cooper, Randolph Quinn, Tommy James, David Lang, Glenn Carter, Dick Lampe, Joe Elvis Morrow, Walker Prescott, Harvey Warnock, Evnosia Radiches, Sondra Whitfield, Blance Newsom, Jane Jennewine, Nickey Jan Collins, Jane Hartman, Patricia Landreth, Pearl Frankel, Roberta Perry, Linda Lovett, Nancy Jo Cook, lurlv Crumley. Linda I-'urst, Patricia Morris, Shirley Roberts. First Row, Left to Right: Bobby Carlson, Ben Zimmerman, Dicky Nelms, Bobby McManus, Gayle Sallas, Fred Farah, Charles Van Sickle, Tommy Schulte, Mr. Mayo. Second Row: Eddy Barron, Barry Taylor, Nick Smith, James Brantley, Donald Hodges, Robert Moxley, Jay Athinson, Don Simmons, Wiley Hart, Don Jones. Third Row: Wayne Bramlitt, Edley Rountree, Bob Johnson, John McKiernan, Derrold Satterwhite, Williams Higgs, Jack Williams, George Maclntyre, Dick Gradics, Tony Kennedy, Wesley Dicks. Fourth Row: John Hucks, Ken- SENIOR FELLOWS nerh Adams, Lanny Nichols, Joe Rogers, Robert Green, Skippy Lampe, Jerry Foxworth, James Conyers, David Reichert, Vance Eaddy. Fifth Row: Dan Alvarez, Bill Clarke, George Morgan, Brooks Fiveash, Donald Duffy, Chris Reinke, James Cox, Ray Riggins, Kenneth Sutton, William Palmer, Tracy Connors, Leon Green, Victor Thomas. Sixth Raw: Charles Payne, Jimmy Lowry, Gordon Miller, Joe Davis, Jimmy Samuel, Larry Riddle, Bill Brawley, Frank Bailey, Albert Hucks, Gene Williams, Jerry Morgan. 'CLUB "Tomorrow's leaders" The aim and purpose ofthe Senior Fellows' Club is to promote good will in school activities, to form a closer relationship among club members and to OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right BOBBY CARLSON . . . .Sgt.-at-Arms CHARLES VAN SICKLE . . , , Treasurer BOBBY McMANUS . . . . .President GAYLE SALLAS . . . .Mascot MR. MAYO ..... . . Sponsor TOMMY SCHULTE . . .... Reporter FRED FARAH .... Vice President BEN ZIMMERMAN . . . .Secretary DICKY NELMS . . . .Chaplain render utmost cooperation with faculty members. The club sponsors the annual Bonfire and also the Senior Fellows' Minstrel. L .. 1' . OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right SENIOR GIRLS' CLUB "AII that heaven aIIows" The aim of Senior Girls' is to promote good will in school activities, to form a closer relationship among club members and to render utmost co- First Row, Left to Right: Sadie Prescott, Carolyn Leber, Lenora Jones, Eddie Barron, Gloria Bell, Eunice Hall, Miss Wilkinson. Second Row: Betty Mullins, Deanna Lumpkin, Bobbie Massingill, Joyce Redwinie, Majol Campeljohn, Grace Fitz Simmons, Kay Johnson, Gayle Sallas, Renia Poe, Joan Randall, Claudine Taylor, Imogene Lipsey, Shirley Biller, Mickey Ogden, lnell Alderman, Inez Alderman, Gloria Campbell. Third Row: Marymac Johnson, Sylvia Snow, Alice Lee Andere son, Patsy Vandiver, Lenora Klein, Shirley Lucus, Jackie Strickland, Anita Helbert, Wanda Atkinson, Gloria Kendrick, Renee Mac- koul, Janet Scotten, Norma Jean McKenny, Fay Bouring, Thelma Rushton, Deloris Williams, Sara Kornegay. Fourth Row: Charlene Ziegler, Jone'Parker, lo. t, Bobbye Sue Hobbs, P .4."i CAROLYN LEBER . . . . Treasurer GLORIA BELL - . Vice President EDDIE BARRON . . . . .Mascot LENORA JONES . . . . President CLAUDIA PARRISH . . . Secretary Second Row SADIE PRESCOTT . . . . Chaplain MISS WILKENSON . . . . Sponsor EUNICE HALL . . , , Reporter operation with faculty members. The Senior Girls' activities include: Senior Girls' Jubilee, Senior Girls' Talent Night. Jean Whitman, Fran Caudill, Frances Cruz, Kay Eminisor, Jackie Titus, Potty Gurr, Judy Moore, Susan Martin, Clara Wise, Selma Greene, Bruette Jordan, Jane McClelland, Judy DeCastro, Betty Harvey, Jean Ann McDougal. Fifth Row: Joyace Lippard, Jackie Stockdale, Bobbie DeLettree, Mary Kate Williams, Beth Gormly, Helen Bealey, Lula Turnage, Sondra Darden, Margie Hollis, Patsy Gildersleeve, Betty Lou Sikes, Kitty Johnson, Linda LaRue, Kary Inlow, Patsy Harper, Beverly Wilhelm, Carol McCoy. Sixth Row: Dorothy Ann Averitt, Nancy Rice, Sharron Allen, Merame Warren, Hilda Cuatero, Sue Smith, Jo Ann Rhoden, Marion Scott, Pat 0'Connor, Amy Daughtery, Dorothy McElhaney, Shirley Johnson, Joan Stall, Nancy Leonard, Molly Jones. fi l mgvvwfwff' - ' - iwmsmvfwwwww?11'f, X: H ' f ' 1 ,iii M 2 W' 'ij' " Q . if f.lRii - f ,mwa W MW , ..-,. ff if 1 0, , is ,V X WA I wsvfmw Hr vfwwvx-a"a'mw:-,.,,-M. 17 'euwmmw wwfwmmwwzivitri ffiiffd M, iwfwsfiilw - 'f1'?'e,'N" .:'VFv,A """'V"' , OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right JUNIOR GIRL'S' CLUB "Junior Misses" The aim of this club is to develop in its members leadership and character. The purpose is to promote friendship in a large group of girls. The activities First Row, Left to Right: Thea Harrell, Marion Turner, Jean Royal, Bobby Waters, Carol Hamlin, Marie Stokes, Cindy Clark, Mrs. Framer. Second Row: Lois Googe, Barbara Dugger, Modena Godley, Linda Matthews, Sharon Garrigan, Eleanor Sallas, Shirley Whitehead, Ovida Brooks, Pat Gaskins, Mildred Pitman, Nita Stokes, Linda Roberts, Jeanette Barfield, Joyce McCormack. Third Row: Linda Brunkhoist, Ann Cox, Olivia Smallwood, Barbara Clark, Penny Nichols, Melba Riner, Maxine Tanner, Ruby Crosby, Frances Hutchinson, Marlene Shelnutt, Margie Brown, Linda Greene, Prissy Eaton, Chloe Maxim. Ff!"r'h Rcw' Claudia Thrcwer NFRFV ln Cook Slfrlmf Rhnrinn Eilnn CINDY CLARK . . . . . Secretary CAROL HAMLIN . . . .President THEA HARRELL . . . . Reporter Second Row MRS. FARMER . . . .Sponsor JEAN ROYAL . . Vice President MARIE STOKES . . . . Treasurer BOBBY WATERS . . . Mascot MARION TURNER . . . . Chaplain include sponsoring the annual Christmas Dance, sponsoring the Junior Prom, and also participating in a skit in the Senior Girls' Jubilee. Garrett, Maxine Satterwhite, Alice Wilson, Pat Napier, Margaret Bcney, Sandra Hood, Pat Peacock, Sylvia Hastings, Mary Frances Whipple, Becky Anderson, Norma Buie. Fifth Row: Niki Lee Sourbeer, Mary Lucas, Mary Jane Keith, Rachel Small, Judy Crumley, Ruth Crawford, Barbara Smith, Betty Lou Herring, Jean Reed, Elaine Williamson, Alice Baldwin, Harriet Marr, Jan Saber, Connie Seamann. Sixth Row: Maria Sellers, Harlene NeSmith, Elouise Kelly, Nellie Weaver, Diane Jones, Betsy Coppedge, Faye Rozier, Sandra Williams, Susan Gaylord, Ginger Demott, Norma Sims, Lucille Lam- f"I"llY S'-'l-"t" H"w'1rr'. Marcin Jones, Janis Hilburn. .D First Row, Left to Right: Kenneth Sutton, Dicky Nelms, George Mac- lntyre, Betty Harvey, Jerry Foxworth, Tommy Schulte, Mr. Mayo. Second Row: Philip Gunn, Edward Moore, Robert Tillman, Nick Smith, Stanley Wright. Third Row: Arthur Stewart, Robert White, John 1, F. 1 AL PJRHJA JH i + Y, .fev 5 'The purpose of Alpha Hi-Y is to create a Christian attitude around the school and community. Some of the activities of Alpha Hi-Y is Christian programs, socials, X . Yx' Milla L - OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right JERRY FOXWORTH . . . .Vice President MR. MAYO ..... .... S ponsor GEORGE MaclNTYRE . . . .President BETTY HARVEY . . , . . .Mascot DICKIE NELMS . . . . . Treasurer KENNETH SUTTON . . . . Chaplain TOMMY SCHULTE . . . .Secretary Presley, Ronnie Stewart, Jimmy Spires. Fourth Row: Eugene Seago, Fred Foreman, Don Johnson, John Newsom, Lee Causey, Raymond Averitt. 9 I projects for the community, Spaghetti Supper, Selling Candy, Selling Cards, also participating in the World-Wide Week of Prayer. gg 401.51 13 W ALPHA Y-,TEENS The aim of Alpha Y-Teens is to promote Christian fellowship and to do service unto others. The activi- ties of Alpha Y-Teens, this past year, include "A Get Acquainted Tea," "The Cinderella BalI," in First Row, Left to Right: Nita Mae Stokes, Beth Gormly, Merwyn Norton, Gloria Bell, Gloria Kendrick, David Reichert, Lenora Jones, Dee Dee Johnson, Patsy Vandiver, Betty Lou Herring, Barbara Smith, Margie Brown. Second Row: Sondra Darden, Shirley High- smith, Jeanette Sieg, Jackie Rowland, Jackie DeLoach, Pat White, Linda James, Gloria Campbell, Brenda Van Diver, Mary Lane Burnie, Dorins Pleasants, Cindy Clark, Mary Mac Johnson, Selma Greene, Third Row: Nellie Weaver, Claudie Thrower, Sandra Hood, Eleana Taylor, Shirley Brown, Pat Napier, Frances Winney, Francis Cooper, OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right PATSY VANDIVER . . ....... Chaplain DEE DEE JOHNSON Secretary GLORIA KENDRIC . President NITA MAE STOKES Chairman BARBARA SMITH . Chairman MARGIE BROWN . Chairman Second Row BETH GORMLY . Chairman LENORA JONES . President GLORIA BELL . . Treasurer DAVID RIECHERT .Mascot MERWYN NORTON Secretary BETTY LOU HERRING .... Not Pictured: CLAUDIA PARRISH . l.C.C. Representative honor of "Miss A.J.," a surprise breakfast, a scav- enger hunt, and to end the school year, a "House- party." Patty KirkPatric, Sharron Hood, Joanne, Pearson, Pat Kemp, Virginia Gilyard, Annette Richardson. Fourth Row: Carolyn Prosser, Jeanne Reed, Phyllis Clark, Donna Freeman, Maxine Thrower, Sharron Douglas, Joan Williams, Judy Bass, Jane Parker, Leslie Wells, Pat Highsmith, Glenda Brown, Doris Joyner, Lula Marie Turnage. Fifth Row: Evelyn Griffes, Judith Grumley, Alice Baldwin, Evgnosia Radiches, Ruth Gaylord, Deanna Carol, Joyace Corbett, Janice Angley, Nordine Lanza, Kay Kribbs, Marie Nogal, Helen Adams, Twana Grundy, Janise Hillburn. H ' E E DU923 w r3QEitiZ?il1'?W'KEEFE2X4ikiW 'Cid WWW' 'FE Mil 33561 First Row, Left to Right: Rev. Thirwell, Ben Zimmerman, Joan Randall, Jay Atkinson, Jimmy Waters. Second Row: Micky Millis, Bobby Carlson, Lanny Nichols. Third Row: J. W. Roberts, Charles Crow, BETA HI-Y The purpose of Beta Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and com- munity higher standards ot Christian character. The club has been of service to the community and school. Among its many activities this year, has been the compiling and printing of the first "Stu- BEN ZIMMERMAN . .President BOBBY CARLSON .... Reporter JAY ATKINSON . . . . . Vice President JOAN RANDALL . . .... Mascot LANNY NICHOLS . . Chaplain Second Row, Seated: MICKEY MILLIS . ..., Reporter JIMMY WATERS . Sergeant-at-Arms REV. TH I RLWELL . . ...... Sponsor Stanley deCastro, Bobby Groovenstein. Fourth Row: Albert D. Huck, Foster Thompson, John Hucks, Weldon Moseley. Fifth Row: Joe Rogers, Joe Davis, Charles Duensing, John Bazemore, Robert O'Neal. dent Directory" for the students. lt has also spon- sored "Clean Speech Week," with the purpose of emphasizing clean speech in the school. Beta Hi-Y has served the community by contributing baskets and gifts to the needy at Thanksgiving and Christmas. OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right HELEN BEASLEY . . SHERRON ALLEN . . BETTY HARVEY . EUNICE HALL . MISS HOUSE . . Second Row DOROTHY ANN AVERITT . . . CARYL HAGAN ..... . . DIANE PARFAIT . BETA Y-TEENS . . . . Treasurer . . Vice President . . . President . . Secretary . . . Sponsor . Program Chairman l.C.C. Representative . .Social Chairman SUSAN GAYLORD . . .... Reporter BETTY LOU SIKES . . . ....... Chaplain KAY JOHNSON . . . . Service Project Chairman Beta Y-Teens aim and purpose is to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task ot realizing in our common lite those ideals of per- sonal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Christians. In this endeavor we seek to understand Jesus, to share his love for all people and to grow in the knowledge and love ot First Row, Left to Right: Kay Johnson, Dorothy Ann Avirett, Diane Parfitt, Cathy Peacock, Second Row: Caryl Hagan, Helen Bealey, Ernest Craun, Betty Harvey, Robert Moxley, Betty Lou Sikes, Susan Gaylord. Third Row: Eunice Hall, Ginger Thomas, Maria Ramos, Nancy Givens, LaVerne Mims, Lois Googe, Gayle Sallas, Mickey Odgen, Sherron Allen. Fourth Row: Edie Maclntyre, Pat Zangs, Ernestine Shaw, Corky Bunting, Polly Graham, Sara Husney. Fifth Row: God. The activities of Beta Y-Teens include, Y-Teen and Hi-Y Christmas party, Big and Little Sister Week, Fixed Christmas Box for Duval Medical Center, Halloween party for Daniel Memorial Or- phanage, Selling ot Tiger Pins, Helping with Polio Campaign, Come-As-You-Are Breakfast, and a Box Supper. Pat Lewis, Shirley Clark, Anna Anderson, Ida Johnson, Lynda Smoak, Mona Fouraker. Sixth Row: Shirley Hodges, Annaresa Beecher, Brenda Dilsey, Faye Thrower, Sue Land, Barbara Fooshee. Seventh Row: Roslyn Brite, Rose Albert, Marian Lawson, Barbara Bohanan, Dorothy Jones, Clara Wise. Eighth Row: Gail Thurmond, Catherine Johnson, Nancy Rice, Elizabeth Caldwell, Jean Reddick, Diane Jones. ,Sites 'emfwl WP?-aww, 'is t'." r 1 5 J? 1',s.,e aS9?k5+?f 153 if as WBVWN' V1 First Row, Left to Right: Gary Bonner, Mark Thirwell, Tracy MBIS, Grace Fitzsimmons, .lack Williams, Billy Welch. Second Row: Sidney Luten, Gordon Miller, Alvin Dyal, Wayne Edwards. Third Row: James DELTA Hl-Y The aim of Delta Hi-Y is to create and extend throughout the home, school, and community, the highest standard of Christian character. The activities are: Helping the school by work- ing in the court on several occasions, providing a Jinks, Gene Williams. Fourth Row: Robert Dean, Charles Clark, Robert Waters, Gerald Pruitt. Thanksgiving basket to a cancer victim, putting on a show for the patients at Hope Haven, also collect- ing comic books for the Hope Haven patients, and providing an active club of Christian boys. OFFICERS First Row, Lett to Right, Seated TRACY CONNERS .... . . . President GRACE FITZSIMMONS . . . .... Mascot JACK WILLIAMS .... . . Vice President Standing MARK THIRWELL . . . . . Chaplain ALVIN DYAL . . . . . Treasurer BILLY WELCH . . . . . Secretary GARY BONNER . , . Sgt.-at-Arms V W., ,Y l ' tx OFFICERS Front Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Camplejohn, Sponsor, Sadie Prescott, Reporter, Judy deCastro, Vice President, Gordon Miller, Mascot, Joan Randall, President, Bobby Carlson, Mascot, Jean Ann McDougal, Secretary, Grace FitzSimmons, Treasurer, Deanna Lumpkin, Chaplain. Back Row: Majol Camplejohn, Decoration Chairman, Renia Poe, Historian, Anita Helbert, I.C.C. Representg- tive, Maxine Satterwhite, Co-Project Chairman, Renee Mackoul, Parliamentarian, Kary lnlow, Co-Project Chair- man, Linda Roberts, I.C.C. Representative, Janet Scotten, Program Chairman, Alice Lee Anderson, Social Chairman. Not pictured: Carole Strickland, First Semester I.C.C. Representative. DELTA Y-TEENS The aim of Delta Y-Teens is to grow as a person, to grow in friendship with people of all races, re- ligions, and nationalities, to grow in the knowledge and love of God. The purpose of Delta Y-Teens is to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in our common lives those ideals of personal and social living to which we are com- Front Row, Left to Right: Bobby Carlson and Gordon Miller, Mascots. Second Row: Sandra Llewellyn, Imogene Lipsey, Betty Mullins, Fran- cille Green, Ann Chalker, Alice Taylor, Norma Hirshman, Joyce Red- wine, Charlotte Lovell. Third Row: Sondra Chalker, Evelyn Boney, Carla Pamperin, lnell Alderman, Inez Alderman, Alice Wilson, Margaret Boney, Nancy Jo Cook. Fourth Row: Linda Lovett, Jeanette Dyal, Patty Jean Barron, Jackie Harter, Wanda Atkinson, Marie mitted by our faith as Christians. Among its activi- ties, Delta Y-Teens sponsors each year "Howdy Week," goes Trick or Treating for canned goods for the Welfare Department, provides a Thanksgiving Basket, and also has a "Hobo Day," with part of the earnings going to charity. Stokes, Flora Mae Barfield. Fifth Row: Marian Cook, Mary Haskins, Linda Turner, Ruth Crawford, Mary Kate Williams, Eloise Kelly, Rusty Marsh. Sixth Row: Jackie Titus, Molly Jones, Barbara Litzen- burg, Joann Rhoden. Seventh Row: Kay Eminisor, Joanne Overstreet, Lucille Lameurerx, Marcia Jones, Frances Tyler, Winnie Lee Stroud, Sue Smith. F'7z,:?t?1-vi., -it 1 1'v.,Si3?5 First Row, Left to Right: Robert Moxley, Carolyn Leber, Donald Hodges. Second Row: Franklin Brandt, Barry Kendrick, Robert Lechner, Donald Schrope, Victor Lloyd. Third Row: Billy Schrope, Bobby Bailey Brian Carrol, Jimmy Eng, Harvey Glover. Fourth Row: Mabry Randall r r GAMMA Hl-Y The aim and purpose of Gamma Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend, throughout the home school, and community, higher standards of Christian char- acter. Some of the activities of this club are: coed OFFICERS Len to Right ROBERT LECHNER . . . . Reporter BARRY KENDRICK . , , . . Secretary FRANKLIN BRANDT , . . .Treasurer ROBERT MOXLEY . . . . . President CAROLYN LEBER . . .... Mascot DONALD HODGES . . Vice President MR. HUMPHRIES . .... Sponsor VICTOR LLOYD . . , . . Sergeant-at-Arms DONALD SCHROPE . , . . . .Chaplain Winton Starling, Bob McMulIan, Ronnie Starling, Fred Lewis. Fifth Row: Errol Gillette, Glynn Williams, Wayne Witt, Donald Duffy, David Reichert. Sixth Row: Mr. Humphries. meetings, hayrides, a Christmas Party in which all Hi-Y's and Y-Teens participated, and at the end of the year a banquet. First Row, Left to Right: Sandra Williams, Ginger DeMott, Jack Wil- liams, Cora Sing, Gloria Edwards. Second Row: Ellen Garrett, Frances Jennings, Judy Moore, Patsy Westbury, Monkey Robson. Third Row: Lawrie Havener, Patsy Lotz, Joyce Hester, Betty Lurisey, Sheila GAMMA Y-TEENS The aim of Gamma Y-Teens can be summarized as follows: To face life squarely is Gammas code, Along lifes narrow and hard road, We propose always to do our best, Whatever may be Iife's hard- ,ill Boyette. Fourth Row: Barbara Giles, Geven Middleton, Marion Turner, Shirley Foster. Fifth Row: Jerri Ferguson, Anita Gardner, Betsy Cop- pedge, Niki Lee Sourbeer, Patty Gurr. est test. Some of Gammas activities are, a Hallo- ween Party, Christmas Party, Service Projects, Thanksgiving Basket, Glasses for Duval Medical Center, and Care Packages. OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right GLYNN SKINNER . . ..... Reporter JUDY MOORE .... . .Social Chairman FRANCES JENNINGS . ..... Historian PAT PEACOCK . . . . .Program Chairman Second Row CLAUDIA JONES . . . . Chaplain ANN FUNDERBURK . . . Secretary SANDRA WILLIAMS . . Treasurer GINGER DeMOTT . . . . Vice President CORA ANN SING . . . . . President JACK WILLIAMS . . MONKEY ROBSON . MISS BAKER . . . . . . . . .Mascot l.C.C. Representative . . . . . .Sponsor First Row, Left to Right: Barry Taylor, Jeff Windham, William Higgs, Janet Scotten, Eddie Barron, Don Jones, Bobby McManus, Wayne Carter. Second Row: Al Jacobs, Kenneth Vickers, Dick Gralich, Skippy KAPPA HI-Y Kappa Hi-Y's purpose is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, schools, and com- munity higher standards of Christian character. Each year Kappa Hi-Y lends a helping hand to some Limpe, Bill Slater. Third Row: Howard Henderson, Charles Van Sickle, Jimmy Stuart, John McKiernan, Wesley Dicks. Fourth Row: Audie Lampe, Derrold Satterwhite, Bill Brawley. needy famliy by giving them a Thanksgiving Basket, and through Christmas projects. Kappa Hi-Y mem- bers participate in all the school activities and are active in all sports. OFFICERS Standing AL HECHT . . . . Sponsor Seated, clockwise EDDY BARRON . Vice President JANET SCOTTEN . . . . . Mascot BARRY TAYLOR . . . . .Reporter BOBBY McMANUS , . . . Chaplain WAYNE CARTER . . .Sgt.-at-Arms DON JONES - - . . Treasurer JEFF WINDHAM . . Secretary WILLIAM HIGGS . . . . President r al' lg 1 N N 1 hx 5 A: I tl l ::t.Jg'fgi: I I -M. t' OFFICERS , f1f7f76f'Z , A First Row, Left to Right .T Q' BEN ZIMMERMAN. . Pgrligmenfqriqn "W ' ANN HUTCHESON . . . . .Secretary " fuk vlctok THOMAS . . . .President I Second Row MISS CLAIRE BRANDIES . . . . . Sponsor MR. GUY WILSON . . . .... Sponsor EDLEY ROUNTREE . . . Sgt.-at-Arms ADA LONG .... . .Chaplain BARBARA LONG. . . . .Reporter DOT HICKOX . . . . Treasurer D.C.T. "The early bird . ." The aim, purpose, and activities of D.C.T. are: To promote the growth and a better understanding of industrial, vocational, distributive and coopera- tive education in their school, community, and state. To foster the best possible spirit of coopera- tion between employer, trainee, school and home. First Row, Left to Right: Claire Brandies, Ben Zimmerman, Barbara Long, Dot Hickox, Victor Thomas, Ann Hutcheson, Ada Long, Edley Rountree, Guy Wilson. Second Row: Nina Bryson, Glenda Alderman, Patsy Lewis, Betty McLeod, Sherron Webb, Cleda Bell Haynes, Judy Crotts. Third Row: Louise Lastinger, Crissie Watson, Betty Radcliff, Betty Ann Shannon, Shirley Ann Kurlin, Ruth Ann Hagel. Fourth Row: To encourage the undertaking of some worthy civic project by the club each year to bring em- ployer and employee together through a banquet. To direct its efforts toward the development of leadership and scholarship, Irma Jacobs, Barbara Bozeman, Nellorene Taylor, Gloria Glisson, Nancy Long, Barbara Williams, Pat Dickerson. Fifth Row.' Robert O'Neal, Peggy Rogers, Bob Johnson, Billy Clements, Wiley, Hart, Evla Mae Weinburg. Sixth Row: John Hucks, Donny Mask, Frank Dombroski, Lindsey Brooks, James Brantley, Ray Smith. Seventh Row: Ronald Lowder, Frederick Brown, Leon Greene, John Blaine, Joe Rogers. 9 li3 new 1 N-5 A f -W Qiff- f?Wf w, ?:2WA P.T.A. OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right: R. W. Lockett, Principal, Polly Jackson, Auditor, Gladys Richards, Historian, Mrs. L. H. Lumpkin, Vice President, Mrs. Wm. B. Thirlwell, President, Mrs. Russell Miller, Secretary, Miss Clara Welch. Second Row: Mrs. W. S. McCall, Nom. Com., Mrs. W. P. Eason, Finances Chairman, Mrs. J. F. Stuart, Jr., Study Group Chairman, Mrs. J. F. McCor- mack, Parliomentarian, Mrs. J. T. Hagan, Legislative, Miss Avis Turner, Music Chairman, Mrs. J. B. Cox, Music Co. Chairman, Mrs. Grover Kendrick, Program Co-Chairman, Mrs. John Nas- sau, Membership Chairman, Mrs. Les! ter Girard, Faculty Luncheon, Mrs. H. B. Barnes, Membership Co-Chair' man. Third Row: Mrs. W. F. Cook, Room Rep., Mrs. P. L. Beecher, Pro- gram Chairman, Mrs. W. R. Dowdy, Library Chairman, Mrs. A. P. Small Jr., Home 8- Family Life Chairman, Mrs. Earl F. Jones, Publicity Co. Chair- man, Mrs. F. G. Long, Jr., Hospitality Chairman, Mrs. John Weaver, Board Member, Mrs. Clyde Edwards, Bulle- tins, Mrs. L. M. Haskins, Program Co- Chairman. 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