Anson High School - Tiger Yearbook (Anson, TX)

 - Class of 1954

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R 0 Q. 4 f , A 5 4 . Uhr Eigvr 19541 v Q .. , 6 Q 1 V x f'- M Q ' w. ' sf ' I. -7 nm1n,Q,P9em5 M--nr il I! I! ll il so-fx W tt Max Marks T000'l's5cuzou1.g DU K: ,L A . , ... 5. enneth Good 3 ,A 'I N B1 k h 'it' L :Pf- - 5- ' RJ- Twp L I fp I3 .. Q f N ll' XE l 1:1 Y 5,v5f-r SHIV' J W 11 f d 0 fi H, A. JOHNSTON We dedicate ourselves to the IDEALS we found exemplified in our dear friend, spon- sor, and teacher. H - elpful, toward ultimate succe ss A - mbition, which knew no bounds J - oyful, in small as well as larger affairs O - bedience, a pattern for e good life H - ost, to serve others to tne limit N - obility, an attribute of a gentleman S - ervice, to God and man with unstinted e eroy T - ruthful, satisfied with nothing less than t e best O - ath, he always kept in his stride N - eighhorly, near to another ff-.-q,,n-hs Q' , x rj. Anson For when the One Great SC O rc r comesto write against your name, lie marks notthat youwon or lost- but how you played the game. 'a Yi .y iq, W 'Jil ..,gJ,f?a. - -Wfzh, -f, qw 4405477 ,fawfwuwmiiaw-A-awww W W W '9' A -J .,f L' RUE BENNET President ELDRIDGE NIX Vice-President E , -1 DR. ALLEN ANDRUS BILL BARTLETT if-Q 'wus-D! f' 'Y-'mf '-mf za R A . --5' GENE SOSEBEE Sec retary VIRGIL STRANGE O. C. PEARCE GENE PITTARD Tax Collector I would like to express my appreciation to the student body for the fine spirit of cooperation shown in our school this year. It has been a pleasure to work with you, and I hope that in the future you will look back on this year with fond memories and a sense of pride in knowing that you did your best. Congratulation s totheAnnualStaff and its Sponsor for a very fine yearbook. Sincerely, ry W xaofaffra- N H Touchstone ln complying with the request of the annual staff, may I say it has been a pleasure to work with you as your sponsor. It is true, we have all worked hard and for many hours to make this yearbook an outstanding volume in the rec- ords ofthe Anson Schools. We have received s pl e n d i d co-operation from the faculty and student body during our efforts, which I believe will carry over into all other phases of school work and even later in life, Congratulations for an outstanding edition of the "Tiger" anda year of good schoolwork. Best Wishes, Jmfm Lwf Wortham Crow MRS. EDNA BECK Home Economics Senior Play Sponsor MRS. ARTIE Mc FARLAND Home Economics Junior Sponsor Fl MRS. LEE AKERS English 3, 4 Senior Sponsor ., ,gg 4' I. MRS. HUB HOLLAND Algebra Geometry Spanish Senior Sponsor Qlatpnli' GEORGE OWENS Assistant Coach Drivers Education Junior Sponsor MR. J. F. DOZIER Vocational Agriculture Senior Sponsor MRS. AMY GENTRY Texas History World History Community Civics Junior Business Occupations Sophomore Sponsor MR. H. A. JOHNSTON Typing Shorthand Tip Top Typer Sponsor Junior Sponsor MR. C. O. BRAGG General Science Algebra Chemistry Freshmen Sponsor MRS. LEWIS CARMAN English I, II Pepsquad Sponsor Sophomore Sponsor MISS I-IYBERNIA GRACE American History Advance Civics L.1brar1an Freshmen Sponsor ffitsuli MR. BUCK HUGHS MR. FAGAN MUL.L.INS Choir 8: Band Coach and Director Pepsquad Sponsor of P. E. MRS. J. E. WHITE Secretary MRS. JOSEPHINE DOOLEY Secretary MR. LARRY . . 4 Vocational Agricultur Stubs nt? .qqxq 't' , 6 V M 6,1 gpm I U ' fi I .' ,p , , 1' . , A . . :L"" A -,jg if' 4. A 5 ' . V A , ,L iw 49 .1 y it K . 4 W4 th. U I 24 5 A 3 ! t:flix D ,'g.,., . 'J A " AJ 2 v 45 xg' 1, 9191 nam F a 3 5 '? .il PRESIDENT -------------- Dan Boyd ' x Q' X Yuma" VICE -PRESIDENT ------- Jim Marvin SECRETARY -------- Gilbert Pclton TREASURER ------- Jack McCaIcb REPOR Quint' ffi: TER ------ Kenneth Helms FIRE CHIEF--- Mark Necessary 2 f""'w 'Q377 MARTHA BALL F,H.A.1, Z, 35 Pep Squad 1, Z, 35 Cheer Leader 45 Harvest Festival Queen 45 Senior Decorating Committee 45 "She moves like aGoddess andlooks like a Queen." SHIRLEY COLE "Whose yesterdays' look b ackwar d with a smile." F. H. A. 1, Z, 35 Band 1, Z, 3, 45 Perfect Attendance 15 Miss Future Homemaker 45 Program Com- mittee 4. DAN BOYD "He gives light as soon as he rises." F,F. A. l, Z, 3, 45 Tennis l, Z5 Class Officer 35 Clas s President 45 Trip Committee 45 Band Z5 F. F. A. Officer 3, 45 Most Popular 4. J. B. COLE "As sure as a card." F.F.A 3, 45 Tennis 1, Z, 3, 45 Soci Com mittee 4. .TONY CAROTHERS "The map of honor, truth, and loyalty, " Ba-nd 1, 2, 3.4: F. F. A. 1, Z, 35 Annual Staff 45 Social Committee 45 All -State Band 3. VONNIE DAVIDSON "The noblestthings, which are sweet- ness andlight. " F. H. A. Officer 3, 43 F. H. A. 1, Z, 3, 45 Annual Staff Z5Most Popular Z5Pep Squad 15 Cheer Leader Z, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Football Sweetheart 35 Perfect Attendance 15 Honor Student l, 2, 3. DELBERT DAVIS A mighty man 1S greatly honored F A 4 F F A Team Recreation Committee 3 Tenn1s l Z 4 Tr Committee 4 P E 1 3 MARGARET GOZA 'Z "Age cannot wither her nor custom stale her in finit e variety Social Committee 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 P. E. GRAHAM DOBBINS 'Have long dreamed of such a kind of man F F A l Choir l Football Z 3 4 Basketball Z 3 Tennis 2 Es cort to Junior Duchess 3 Band l 'sd Ven' iv MORRIS GRICE Thou has but gladness and Joy in thy heart F A 4 F F Team 3 4 JIM EASTERWOOD 'Aye every incha King Basketball Baseball l Z 3 Football l Z Senior King 4 Tennis 2 3 Social Comm1ttee 4 KENNETH HELMS A gentleman on whom anyone would build an absolute trust." Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Co-Captain 43 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Golf 1, Z, 3g Track 1, 2, 35 Tennis 1, Z5 Annual Staff 4g Student Council Zg Class Officer 1, 45 Choir lg Escort to Duchess Zgl-Ionor Student l, 2, 35 Trip Committee 45 Tip Top Typer 4. BILLY HOLMES "The man who acts theleast, upbraids the most." Student Council lg Pro- gram Committee 4gMost Handsome 1, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. lg Choir 43 Escort to Duchess 1gC1ass Officer 1, MOZETTA LOVE "A wilderness of sweets." 1, Z, 3, Decorating Committ GERALD HOWARD " 'tis akind ofheaven to be deluded by him." Boxing 15 Tennis 1, Z, 3, Class Officer 1, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F,A. Officer 15 Football 1, 2g Science Club Officer 2, Student Council 4. MAX MARKS "He hath a daily beauty in his life.' Band 1, Z, 3, 4, Drum Major 3, 4 ALL-State Band 3gBa.nd Officer Z, 4 F.F.A. l, Z, 3, 45 F.F.A. Officer 2, 33 F. F.A. Committee 3, Tennis 4 Annual Staff 45 Class Officer 1, Trip Committee 4. JANE JOHNSON "Both wise, and both delightful too! . . " Class Officer 1gF. H. A. Officer Z, 4, Band Officer 2, Student Council 1, 3g Most Popular 3, Band Sweetheart 45 Tip Top Typer Editor 4, Perfect At- tendance 1, Z, 3, Band 1, Z, 3, 4, F. H. A. 1, Z, 4, Choir 49 Honor Student 1, Z, 3gRegiona1BandZ, 35 Most Out- standing Mu s i ci an 3, Basketball 3, Program Chairman 4. JIM MARVIN "Enjoy your dear wit, and gayl fe Tennis 1, 3, 4, Class Officer 4 F F A. 1. 2: F.H.A. 3. H Y' juli 'Suv' 6 DWAIN 1v1AYF1EI..D "Wnosc little- borly 1oclged a mig ' 111111L1"Q Tennis 1, Z, 3, 4, 1".1'l.A. 1, Z, 3, 451-',1",A, Committees 351-QE. 4, 4. GEORGE MOSS "Ashappy aman as any in the world", F,F,A, 1, Z, 3, 43 F,F,A, Team 33 Clioir 4, JACK MCCALEB "Sportn:ans11ip makesaliero in itself", Football 1, Z, 43 Tennis , , , 3 Basketball 1, Z5 Student Council 15 F, F,A, 35 Class Officer 4. MARK NECESSARY "A thoughtful knight indeed!"5 Class Officer 2gF,F,A, 1gFootba111, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4gTennis 1, 2, 33 Track 1, Z, 3, 4. DOROTHY MORROW "Pretty is, as pretty does", F,H, A. 1, Z, 3-,Band Z, 4gChoir 4, Pepsquad 15 Most Beautifu14g Trip Committee 4. NANCY N1X "O woman! I..ove1y wornan! Nature madethee"gF,H,A, 1, Z, 3, 4, F,H. A, Officer 45 Band 1, Z, 3, 43 Band Officer 43 Choir Officer 45 Honor Studentl, Z, 3gMostBeautifu11gSen- ior Queen43Basketba1133Socia1Chair- man 4, Tip Top Typer 4. '17 MURRAY OWENS "Words sweet as noney from his lips distill", F,H,A, lg Annual Staff l, 45 Most Popular 3g Tennis 1, Zg Football 1, 2, 3, 4gBasketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Z, 3gClass Officer 33 Student Council 4gDuchess Escort 4g Cnoir 4, Band l, Z, 3, Tip Top Typer 35 Trip Cornrnittee CATHRYN RUSHING "The sight of you is good for sore eyes"gF,H,A, 1, 2, -1-,Band l, Z, 3, 4, F,H,A, Officer l, 3, 4, Class Of- ficer l, ZgHalloween Ducness lglvlost Beautiful 33 Harvest Ducness 4g Cnoir 4gStudentCouncil 1,43 PI'O'jI'Z11l1COTT1- rnittee 4g Librarian 1, GILBERT PELTON "Wno gain'd a title and who lost no friend"g Class Officer l, Z, 3, 45 Football l, Z, 3, 43 Co-Captain 3, 4g Boxing 3, 45 Basketball l, Z, Track 1, 2, 3, 4g 132136131111 1, 3g F,F,A. lg Student Council Z, Tip Top Typer 4, F,H, A, Sweetheart 4, Tennis Z3 De- corating Comrnittee 43 Honor Student l, Z, 3, ENIMA SCOTT "Sweets to the sweet", F,H,A l Z Student Council zgcuoif 4, Band 1 3, 43 Trip Coniniittee -1. NANCY PHARISS "Wew.1o live to please must please to liVU"J F.H.A. l, Z, 3, Social Coni- mittee 4, Band l, 2, FRANK SCOTT In peace there s no.h,ng beconee a rnanasrnudes:stpllnessandhir' rootoarl l, lx Manager J, , O 1' , LLHH JOYCE STEEL "She looks as fresh as morning roses newly washed with dew' 3 Band 1, Z, 3, 43 Twirler Z, 33 I-leadtwirler 43 Band P re sid e nt 43 Choir 43 Choir Social Committee 43 F, H,A, 1, Z, 33 F,I-1, A, Officer Z3 Halloween Duchess 33 Readers Award 33 Tip Top Typer 43 Most Popular 43 Annual Staff 43 Trip Chairman43Student Librarian 43Honor Student 1, Z, 33 Basketball 3, 4. BARBARA WALKER "Beautyitselfdothofitselfpersuade F.H,A, l, Z3 Band 1, Z, 4, P E 1 Z, 3, 43 Program Committee 4 WANDA TEAGUE "She cracks a noble heart"3 F,l-LA. l, Z, 33 Trip Committee 4. JANELLE WATTS "The sweetest garland to the sweetest maiden"3Band 1, Z, 3, 43 F,H,A. 1, Z3 Student Council 43 Tip Top Typer 43 Football Sweetheart 43 Choir 43 Choir Officer 43 F,H,A, Officer 33 Class Officer 33 Annual Staff 43 Band Officer 43 Basketball 33 Trip Com- mittee 43 Student Librarian Z., 3, R, V, THOMPSON "His time is for ever, everywhere his place"3 Junior Valedictorian 13 Class Officer Z, 3. WELDON WIMBERLEY "He's a sure card"3 F,F,A, l, Z, 3, 43Football 1, Z3 Most Popular Z3 Most Handsome 33 Student Council 33 Annual Staff Z3Choir 4g F, H,A, 33 Tennis Z, 3, 43 Social Committee 4. 5 1. SYDNEY WYATT "He, from Whose lips divine persuas- ion flow5"g Football l, Z, 4g Bgskct- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1, Z, 3, 43 4 Choir 3, 4g Band l, Z3 Clabs Officer E Zgjkssistant FircCE.icf 33 Ann'1z1lStz1ff 4gDccorz1tino Corrnziltcc 45 Tran 1-1 1, Z, 33 Runncr-up in Region Tennis 3. VT! WRSNIT l.0V5 GRA I sf" ' 4: 'Q' rl. lf! '1- u '52 snaoas I9 Queen Martha and King Kcnnchx of time Harvest Fcmixnl, Orchids to two C,lCrCI'X'lI'lg SL-niorf, , , . , , , , , , , , MH, 5 r L..... A if .g 'fy f 4. Qnaxsz nf' 21-2 av-, 'V f 4: 2 4 if 5 XX N 1 X Il '1 ,. L E T me of rf-114, 7 1 5 ' I si 0 xx ,N 4. 5 A'-f V.. . YM, f 4 x., Wg ww' VVORKLNG-H 4 ' .Lg-IF' ' x MM , Abu, wx Sa ,Ja F' , ii xg., 7 Ne' A116805 DON'T FRo ll- ', 3 Morris at work! l of ' sf! "'x 5, X41 rw Q-r , The gang before wwlflmg bells i1I"l'1 graduation. xx Queen NEiI1Qly'llHflKiT1L lm: and Prcszch-nt brzmg prose-mtg-ri. ...... . Ryzom-zubl-r when 7 4 7""'f 'Af f'?mgQ55 H: ,- .,-. , -.. 'F wrrr N 4 A . ,, 1 ,L , K "fx k' PRLSIDLQNT ------------ Bunny Whitaker VICE-PRluS1LJI-QNT ---------- Monte Cowsert SEQCRIQTARY --------------- Louxs Pgflton IIUCASIQRER ------------ Jack Pitcock RIQPOR ISR ---------- Jeanne Culwell ASST. FIRE CHIEF- Paul Perry uni! Q9fficv 9 . 5 Jeff Glazner ff, " , vu Q, "' ' 9 42' 1 "" A 55- ' -M 4- ', P ' 5 Y "' - , -iz , 'L ,f 3 'Q , I ' f ' :Emu . 'Z'-:'v' ' 'WV Thelma Dotson Clifton Fletcher David Glaze fx. ag. ' V 'W :N Q Am , - - I J J. fxfakx Q-ljff 2 " ., wx? 'Tggmf " fi' Y f Kenneth Good L Eugene Johnson fda Larry Grice Dollie Huber Y' ku.pJ' Janice Jones f.-. 'F 1 '-' Linda Kelly f 'Q n 4. ' 'V ll: ,riff- av, " jeff? ' A-:Ubi 'eq' ix fii xp fi.. .47 Douglas Lusk Jerry Long Jane Mayfield Jerry Don Hudson ,..,x rx if fi NY in.. Linda Lanotte ' "" 'ax l - - Ah? I ,, , 1 ,1 , Jerry McClesky ,Aa ' ft Q- , f' 9' Q x 'is " nfl- , X 'sq 61.11. i ' at 4 Q '-v 39. John Mclntire Patsy Mitchell p ji .... egg f Q I 5 0 1 fs. A W1 ,- YK' 1. 1, , V . U A 1 A I 1' 1 -L g r Q F ' C' X k ' 'rg t if ' A i 'L 1 ' 7 Merle MOr21r1 Morris Parker egm, 'MN f Y-.., M f '.' Gif AQ gs. Y i lo--4 1 'ig -ic:-' Si 3 1:37 1-,Omg Pdton Paul Perry Jack Pitcock Kenneth Pittman at vi? cr, ,A rfll at r 1 . ,.-7 X ,111 flx A 'ii "fi i XL Sf X Stuart Propst Jayne Rainwater David Sanders Franklin Simms 33 is I , "T-df' Gilbert Smith 3' Q E n W - P 5 , Glenn Thomas aiu Joan Wiler U! ,, 2 ,ar 4 wf W if A., U .f" ' Jimmy Sosebee 7: 2' X- XE' Syble Thorn wk- ,,,.. M 4, Lanelle McCaleb 1 ,gi X X 'SS' N -A 1 Tr, , wi! , A' . 1 Adron Staley Joyce Stoneman 25 1 ' A 'Q-'ff fv xx N-.Tff w... , -Z-xx 'A '7- - Annette Tollison Benny Whitaker -1"""X Darlene Sanders V K 1'-L-C. Mr- uv.- v zu: Q 'ii ,L 2. J Q W , 4152? my 8 ' " -' ' Q. Y , , ,S 3, x 1 Sf? 'N . If 4 .Q-f'i' . , .ge A.. wq,' A ,-uf - ' ' " Inf? 'f ,fflfs Richard Baxter S9 Nancy Breed Iii 'Q-. v N - SM L Doris Bryd Dana Cox 4. ,Q ,af 3 Paula Baucum lA? Ma rnette Bus hell 1 fr 'CL 41? A ' ,, ,f , . , w , ,, ' 'T "7 -no-C? V " nw" ,. A - 1 A A 'BLM NL W 1 H ' f - e, X x , x r' ' j ' Q Paul Ray Cook lf' EL! ni in Betty Culwell 'K diff' 'SQ Janis Bennet ,, 9 , f B if C Eddie Bumpas s ff 7 Na Q ! rf I Y! Y Betty Cooper Pat Cole if ,1- in-4 'Qs-' Frances Black if .3 y 1 'y W N " f ' t f if Z Tommy Boring rv 'Us '19 A'?""--1 Barbara Cox Sf' I ICICI.. an Q ? 'M Johnny Coffey 1,4 if I Annette Foy 'Xim- X'-:J Max Hagler fs., Wanda Holloway 'L , f -,, iv- Q - ., is se it I .f .. -n ul Jeannette Jones M, X 'iii in Howard Franklin Ann Hamrnack i 'N swf? e' 1 ' 1 ll, Ronnie Hornsby 4 " -'ai"f" 4 of' E gnu. Jimmy Jones 5 Z "5 131 ox if fel N Robert Gibbs 'W Mae Frances Heffner Jeanell Hughes -'WNY 1- 'S ls' John Jon 'inf' ,- . 1. E 5 nge 'ff' fir Lee Stephens Lavada Thomas D. C. Todd Vx , 'iv Q-N 1 in 5 . 5-J 1 '-1' . . , 1 , ,V-f,?g,,:g iigl W, ' i . !,. Aw if 4. Q L Robert Wade Carlene Williams Clay Wimberly Danny Tollison Gerald Woodruff Y... A. I-I. Roberts ,, Mary Lou Webb I' 6 sf fedilxixa- ' " L9 vi Q 41 111 .4!,1 907' e. 'AMOS -H 'I wvhsmxa G 9519 W W1 aj H4608 3,-Li" WWW'-23 GET THAT' Bus cuenwgy 57" il pf' www , ' Hmtonr wana: H1 -cry f OH' DOLLlE'l JONY IN 3D Q-1-sf 'C Nunn: 17 ma" V V V V ' VV V V .. V V V ,. VV is rg -V lf + -...M 7 ' 4'Q5f 5? v I X - Q , .4"'7 19" I, f 55 F 2 M5 Q 'lf-??'g , --Q 0 2 " 0 GD ' ,bg V JB x V VVRMQ X, 'rid gf A J - 1 V CQ 5 ' ,P I + . V 2 ,nl S5 X .- VV 'V X V S. V V K - ' 1 3 1' V, Y 5 ', ,, , 13 an ffQ,1gf,af Q ' l fy x kgw, ' , 1 V V x' V 'V Af "' 5 , . flu fb Ji My N ini, 1' Q, ' '- ' h Y In - 7? 2 Ib 2 -n 1 Q , 1 I ' XI .fr , ,us 6'fsNo,9 -sgn..,U, I .f I, V S1 VV V 4' V, ., V ,, n 5 1 V1 I ,V 1. " 'J ' --ommowu V J , ww ,wt f 'V - , V H a Q r ., V 'x 05 , .XA V I f H M ' V . Q, V V Eg5.5Y,,.V. ' 0 . fKe Q Q ' V V s 0 2 3' 45 U7 1 -3 xmx rnnr Goal- R + in if --' Y. l-7 f 1 Alvin Leek 'Y nf Evelyn Mclntire Betty Nix Franicie Robbins r qt iid 1., ,1 5 -fm" ' . if .X Kenneth Loper -'N rw '17 , H 5 Y' M Sandra McWilliams ,- fvq. Ox . 3 ,i,- -ff.. ' 1' ff1g9!f.' , uni-L i 4 Wayne Pelton Annette Roseberry 'D- Or" Natalie McDaniels 'W '0- "7 Glenda Moore Lee Ann Ray Janette Roseberry of '17 ,,.-.. Charles Mcllwain 'fs 11A I John Tom Murray 'Q X +Q f Minnie .lo Rector Q' plana v.,f Teddy Robbins Z.. 71 3' nov' Jeryce Lee Rowland 'Y 'sa' Sue Teal Y ny 59 fg- 1 'tu-as Debora Wallace 75. V AV "la, Ruby Sanders fue W. 76 riffs. 1 f 'uf Sue Spxger Jache Stephens Y vis 1 ' 'i . N' , :ff 1-f . "' a 7 Q 'v-I' ' na '91 , A ITT" Mary Ruth Thorn J. C. Teague Rita JO VEISSGI' it 1-N fb sf' . Q---v XX.: Q. ,f M4 4 I .Tohnflye White Jeannie W1111ford Jaan Willis m 'N 'Z n 5- 9" i .b G. 3 Ov-- T-r 7 Ixiary Xvgods xvilhafll Wright Alton XVOOd31'Ci Lawrence Woodruff film' 1"'Nr' fl L Y 4, fr, L in K -. JM' 1 Km. ,W I X x 1 O -...V f fx 1" --0 -'O' 'Yu Q . fry it .X Zia uariirg 4 'EH xr 1- ,ww ' p 1- e . gf! ,X A , m . 'ali l' I' Ln. "' efijnf. . ' I-, ' 4 , - W Q V' W-,ff Z 'VW' we ff! .,,,M-'.:fn JV J! uuinr Jeanne Culwell was the Junior Duchess at the Harvest Festi- val. Kenneth Good was her chosen escort. Jayne Rainwater and Joyce Stone- man ran a close race in the run off. Sminr Cathryn Rushing was elected Seni - or Duchess to be in the Queen's royal court. She chose Murray Owens to be her escort. Emma Scott was runner up for Senior Duchess. 4. 'Az fum . I f.1'f1UEmi . r. 3' -if :A .L KL 9,41 fer, , wiv: ,ig ' 4 'ff "'3fif'5,-xfefiay?1g1ff'i,ffw Z . Afgvfw, .. e -, -VN, wx'A..fw '-:Lf . ff . ,f ug xwz- W 'T'Ef,,vf'T W. 2 m y wwrw fr ,M , x ,My J Q ,, f wiv, " F 'ff My V 5 ' 1f , , '.. "' 2.a'v .f h ' f ' f " W " Q, w-qv! ,M 'ff 4, 5" TM' ' , ' wwf 1. I-' - 4 if xl- .W 47 r X A V, rr -f f wb . 1 M , ' ' . , 'C x "1 wa iii M 4 FQ, , 1153? v -4. The F. H. A. girls thought Glbert Pelton, a senior, was an excellent beau for their sweetneart of the year. E v e r yone else seems to agree with the F. H. A. Club. Jim- my Easterwood was runner-up for sweetheart. vNn'XNN7wwfS is 5,2 . 1" ' ygwll X ff sk -ff. ,sffaii Jane Johnson was chosen for band sweet- heart this year. She has been a four year member of the band and plays first chair saxophone. Congratulations to a mo s t deservingsenior .......... Nominees were Emma Scott, Cathryn Rushing, Dor - othy Morrow, and Joyce Steel. Eddie Bumpass has the honor of being band sweetheart this year. He is only a sophomor e and plays a fine clarinet. Jony Carothers was runner-up for sweet- heart.......... 5 ll I1 lil 5 3 is lv ? V: Betty Culwell, a sophomore, is choir sweetheart. The Choir is very proud to have her as a member and as their fav- orite of the year. Nominees were Jane X ,G 4. l .Ei I' . VV 1 - F f Johnson, Dorothy Morrow, and Joyce Stee1.......... , . . X O Z Sydney Wyatt is choir sweetheart this year. The seniors are proud to have their class represented by such an outstanding choir member and s olo i s t. Nominees were Jimmy Sosebee and Travis Linley. . ll! 9 1? 2 cl l. law: Queen Nancy of the House of Nix was e 1 e c t e d Senior Queen by'the senior class. She is the ideal Queen and it was proven by the election. She was the only nomine e. She reigned at the Junior-Senior Ban- quet, and she was truly a Queen to be proud of ..................... 1 S J 5' k, wifi . , 1, M, El 5'1fxl':.i'f ' Qing? we y Mg .. . La, VVS. ff .1 1,1 Q77 King Jimmy of the House of Easterwood was elected Senior King. He reigned with Queen Nancy at the Junior-Senior Banquet, and he was equally a King as she was a Queen .... "' .-,n 'Q-, X , 1 r , , ,,,,,,.,...-4""', awww ...ku QE' Joyce Steel was elected the senior's most popular girl, There is no doubt at all that Joyce is just the one for this honor because she was the only nominee ..,.,. Everyone knows the seniors feel vcryproud of her, 1 The most popular boy in the senior clas s is Dan Boyd. Everyone is very proud of Dan for he certainly deserves the honor. He was the only nominee. A ,Ai n- , ,Y ,,p,- fl V M. ,fy V ,A rm Lv , :VN ' ' f.',,4"' -f 1 - Y Q Y l ,V ,f -ffvmf Yr .- .' 5 H2 3.5651 v ' r, Kim gig? 13:54-iv i A 3'gQ.fipF , .Ji 'A I ' V: -I f J , . 1 YH, ' ei.: - ? , s'5'5F4i -4 rs 464' H6 if F J 'S J ff? A '-4 I. 5? Q The Junior class is very fortunate to have Sand ra Cross as their beauty this year. And everyone must agree with the class that they could not have made abetter choice. Runner-up was Rosemary Astin. I. I 1' N xii:-Kvifv A ,,,.,-v-""" .V - , - , X -,, V X. ' -, . . ' 'Q-. , 5 PLN A A' A ' 'sd' '-"l . 1 ,,2.g.,QW ,J I , H 1 793: T5' L - - ' 5' : QW? ' , . 'Lv , .' Qfg 'A 7 212 UQ- . , fi ne , t xi , ggi.- , Q . 'f-fi: ' ,J ., e .A 1' ,g 1 " Q' Q ' s. x 1 1 , TA r 1, fv N F' Everyone seemed to have had hi S eyes on Adron Staley this year for the mosthandsome boy and we are proud that someone so deserving received this h on o r. Runner-up was Kenneth Good. 1 .,'. . 51 f -5, '94, .Wi-. ESX, xw-w 'J' in mY,gQ,,,4g,,,,.,, . Monte Cowsert is the most popular boy of the Junior Class. Seems like everyone wanted Monte. He was the only nominee. 1 U .5 I 523 HD Bl i 2 i I A, D. C. Todd attracted the Sophomore class with his good looks--He's un- doubtly the Most Hand some. Runner up was Jimmy Jones. B -:QS N0 ::'.s'-'I-if B fl. A H.. A geimpf A Y ,"1?f'," 'JJU5 V, , A wg 3-FV' -1, E . 4, fi -sf? mm . + ,ts Weldon Rainwater was the choice for Most Popular--He proves to uphold his honor among his classmates. Nominees were D. C. Todd and Eddie Bumpass. Iwi' riff! 5 S 4 -4 4 Most Beautiful girl was no problem for thc Freshmen. Sharon Farns- worth was elect-'d, and we can see the reason why, Nominees were Janice Cypert, Jill Flynt, and Betty Nix, R e ,f-qw zi ? .. A L ps, 3 X. I at a ...... ii fl ,ag ' .pg -. A :Q ,f X ,fa , wviay 2 ,fm ,- 1 ..' a .Tigger Row1and's friendly sm i 1 e and pleasant ways won him the honor of Most Popular among the Freshmen. Nominees were Pete Baker and Wayne Pelton. 1 aff? ZF r N :QS N0 he 'P Best A11-Around girl was bestowed upon Joyce Steel. She was selected for her leadership in participation, scholarship, and citizenship. Jane Johnson was runner- up. 1 ,, 'ff 1 9 1 aol' ,X N -p H1 ,QF S 4 1 ' - J J A1-.1315 ff 1 1 "' , N., j, 1 Q-' , I .f' j .-',, 1 f " I Jlgg' fun ' a--...NE ff' 'ff rganizrntiu , .ne f,' f95'l'i35lF5 fi 5 Junior Twirler NORMA JEAN BLANKENSHIP Drum Major MAX MARKS Max and the majorettes led the band in all of its march activitiesthrough out the year. X , ? f 1 a Rf A Sopho mo r e Twi r 1 e r FREDDIE LIPHAM Freshman Twirler JILL, FLYINT Head Twirler JOYCE STEEL h--Qg -'Q Q- .v..Q Ag Y , Qil- - Y Q f-tr 1 -A -'1 Y , 1 4 . ' 1 I 3 'J I I Y E 2 1 , ' , 1 i 5 f . The A Cappella Choir has been in existence for two years, and it has found its place ab a :ehool activity. lt has held concerts and sang at the various clubs in Anson. CHOIR OFFICERS 'l President, Billy l-lolnerg Vice-Preeiclent, Jininzy Sosebeeg Secretary, C Janelle Wattzg Reporter, Nancy Nixg boeial Chairman, Norrna Blanken- shlpgSoCial Cornrnittee, Joyce Steel, Dorothy lvlorrow, and Janelle Watts, N 5 , x1 A- 3 t ,nv E A O 1 T MJ The G1rls Cho1r 15 a new organ1zat1on 1n Anson H1gh and lt 15 welcomed Th1s Cholr 15 composed of Freshmen g1rls and hasproved to be a great success 1ts f1rst year They have had concerts and honored acerta1nFresnman as be1ng thelr sweetheart The Offlcers are Presrdent, Paullne Kelso Secretary Treasurer Mary Thorn Soclal Chau-man J1ll Flynt Reporter Robb1nDrennan Congratulamons to the new Orgamzatlor' 5 Mr Buck Hughs 15 a new facultx member and Brentz Crow Pmmsg has done h1s Job well as Band and Cho1r Dlrector also Pep Squad Sponsor QD . 4 1 Q "' A .qgff 7, I: ' . . . , ' 1 I I I I ' 56 I I 1 . 1 Head Cheerleader VONNIE DAVIDSON Rah! Rah! Rah! ,- MQRTHA BAfJL .- A.. --f g.,Qfl.Q.L, .M . BETTY BOWMAN Yea BOYS ..'.1':'1'f',f':T':-'f'T"' """'f ig "Come on Tigers, we're with yo AYQQLIQQ Q-H'-"-rtwrl, , 77',fgjfA gi ,.,. ,fd jfii Y A A . A. im-:2Ai'wQ2 'Wwe , A lr' ffl? 54:5 kmtigvfr .3-:nz ,A bi' '5:1..: 5 A ,, . . , ., Kp,v:,?L,, is, Tv. '34, A- 4 1? f fe?-'f1x.. .r . 'A p 3? A' rf , fb.x,:'Q'1. gil-5 -'Q ,a -- FY.. 4 YK .J , A .Q-,4 ,An dk.:-vi. L ri A J-MZ., K ll .5 2,15 rl: K 1-'jf ','.,,, ,SEQ 'T My :p',,,xQMjQKl2b . D-ff-NA COX V H "xfkg,5 ima Q 1 'ffy:.,.a,3Q-Ai SANDRA MCWILLIAMS When you re up, you re up '- HY-ea Team Fightu 1 1,55 . f , ab f f I E P an P 14 4' 'X- ul ur! lflume ttalltrrii 0 'F iuvric El American Future Homernakers With out Great Nations will share, In building our homes for the future, Based on everything good and fair. "Toward New Horizons" our motto And we follow our purpose and creed. F. H. A. OFFICERS Future Homemakers of America Have the will to succeed FUI' we face the future with courage, Our hopes are shining and bright, The iovely red rose is our flower, And our colors are red and white. N Nix Y ce President Doris BYTC1? President, ancy 3 1 - A 1 1 Secra-tarY, MarYRuth Thornl Treasurer, BMW' Culwel' Reporter, Yonnie DavidsonQHiStOrlaT1, Cathryn Rush n Parliamentai-'an Jane Johnson, 5C1'LieamAtArmS' 1 gQ , , . Johnny White1 Song Leader, Peggy Glazncr' and Pats Spraberryg Pianist, Sandra Cross. Y Madam President presenting Miss F. H and F. H. A. Beau... if' R11-ll. Q 7' PPM uf' lllpr E B 1 Q ,Nh Lea Do' rning T, Malglg to leo do Living a liirn n " 8 ln to Seri 3 49 OYYXC ' THE .Y.Px.'. President, Gene Sokmsomxlkcc-Yrcsxdenx, Back Pitcockg Treasurer, DanY5ox5dv,Secrc1arg, Danny Tohksoog Ykepor- 2 1 ter, GiXbcfh'5fx'Xit,YX', , r ,-,, , Senunek, ' Moon? L sexi. p ' N Sxlesident eetheartcgne pre ana. . Senting Cow 55111319111 nuuril The Student Council aims andpurposes are to stimulate proper school spirit to uphold laws and regulations of our school, and to establish a closer re lationship between the faculty and student body. Murray Owens is President Gerald Howard, Vice-Presidentg Cathryn Rushing, Secretary and Treasurer Annette Tollison, Reporter. Other members are Janelle Watts, Gene John son, Peggy Glazne r, Lee Steven s, Robbin Drennan, and Bobby Jones Wortham Crow is the sponsor of this organization, ,Z is 5. wan Ginn wyp 1' The Tip Top Typer Staff has been the news carriers for this year of eventful occa- sions. They have put out the school paper as often as news and gossip would permit. Jane Johnsonis Editor-in-Chief, Sports Editor, Gilbert Peltong Joke and Gossip Editor, Janelle Watts, Art Editor, Joyce Steel, and staffmembers include Gilbert Smith, Vonnie Davidson, Kenneth Helms, Jeanne Culwell, Ann Hammock, Nancy Nix, Betty Gulwell, William Wright, Rosemary Cagle, and Robbin Drennen. bee 35 r. Johnson 9091 Tip Top Typer Sponsor 'v L fi - w . e ,, . 'iii 'xx I 3933? 37 'Q Q 1 . , 1 f 'aw :'3:f:22T:- f " Q f t as gi . fn wr . .i , K qn..A fi, 3,H,x" A 1 7? I '5' 5.6931 .W -sf ,1X"'7- V ' ATE ff ' If At ' gf ,, 1 MZ? , 5 J "Q ' S W A , , ,937 A- is 5. Q -v" 5 .1 f .X 'X Q , bv 5 , ,SN I rx, PT M i -2 2- uf ' , i ,, 1 '5 V-31' a 'lr' ,X X9 Q50 Qi 10 XX sfo ' 6 Ywaqb ao mf ee 'L W C060 . ee- X1 go we Q, xx, foad O X Cfxebef 5 ' Q. say vp bf rv You gotta b e a footb to get all hero along with th girls" e beaut ifu,1 Let'5 Yell! OH" - come f kh'wT3 '? Itls not SQ ba he art d being Ch01'1' Sweet- especzallyif youfre the l I . . . . . How about that, Bettiir a .ng api sex O ffx x s OV' of . . ' wb rw' XUC ethea - You we S P0 in ff?-Q1 Q' it 252, , 3, COACHES Head Coach - Moon Mullinsg Assistants - Pat Patterson and George Owens. D INIANAGERS Jlmmy Sosebee and Ronny Hornsby, A Sqnail Kenneth Helms Franklin Simms three year letterman two Year lettermarl Back---Senior Back---Junior The Coleman Bluecats and the Tigers battled evenly most of the way, with the Bluecats holding a slight lead in the statistics. Scoring in the second and fourth quarters, the Bluecats edged the Tigers by a 12-7 victory. Anson Tigers g rowle d the loudest to defeat the Roby Lions, 48-19. The first quarter ended 28-7. The second quarter was scoreless. The Tigers hit pay dirt in the third quarter to rake up a score of 41-7. Struggling Roby scored again in the fourth quarte r, with Anson trailing behind to raiseour score to 48. The Haskell Indians left their war paint at home to re- ceive a terrific defeat. Helms handled most of the scoring with three TD's and an extra point. Simms and Wyatt were able assistant's in sharing honors in the scoring department. The final score was 33-7. The Tigers ripped Albany's Lions, 35-14, in a non- conference game. It was the Tigers third straight win with Albany losing out for the third straight time. The Tigers zoomed by the Merkel Badgers like a gi- gantic explosion in a non-district victory. Throughout the game the backfield was assisted by left tackle Gilbert Pelton. Helms and Wyatt completed the score with a total of Z1-7. , fav Murray Owens three year letterman Back-- -Senior Benny Whitaker two year letterman End---Junior , 2 D. C. Todd one year letterman Back---Sophomore .2- F r ft Kenneth Good one year letterman one year letterman Mark Necessary Center---Senior End---Junior The Tigers defeated the Winters Blizzards' of 8-AA, Z6-21. The T gers certainly worked as a unit, and this was proved when we all saw the Bli z zard s thrownback four times within less than 20-yards of the Tgers' goal. Murray OWen's fine punting saved the game. Anson's offensive stars werel-Ielms, Owens, and Wyatt. Pelton and Holmes were defenswe standouts. Monte Cowsert two year lettermarl End Junior -4" Jack McCaleb one year letterman Guard---Senior 3? l Danny Tollison Roy Austin Guard--Freshman Guard--Sophomore Friday-the-13th was the day, 7:30 was the time, and Colorado City Wolves' Stadium was the place for the defeat of the wolves. This victory of Z8-14 sewed up second place in Dis tr i ct 4-AA for the Tigers, The Tigers clinched the runner-up spot in this tough district by registering a c on v i n c i ri g 40 -7 victory over the outclassed Rotan Yellowharnrners. Whitaker started the Scoring in the first quarter. Delbert Davis Guard - -Senior Outstanding on the defense were Cowsert and Wyatt. X ,fi 1-ee: ir -'R 'X Jeff Glazner one year letterrnan End---Junior WELDON RAINWATER Sophomore Tackle I 1 MAX HAGLER Sophomore Tackle RICHARD BAXTER Sophomore Back LEE STEPHENS Sophomore End 251' 43 " 'r,4 I 1, N7 I ' lr, fX'W"'r A 15 I wiuiam wright Q3 Squnh .A -.fm ' Wx ff ,A --' sf James Johnson Tommy Bormg 29? 251 .KYS 9" KLM J V x in ,x :Z Z I f 51 may aww? 9 Z HWY 'ZW - -,jig f , '.:"?z'. ix' Vafmm.. ' 1 gf- ' 3 12122 3, , ,uvfgfill xv' 4 XX ,asf-93-41, 3?'Ei"'ffN , Qu" E ag- --n 5 f' go- ' . ug fi' f 2 s f I 5 . I .V I V. Q , E 7 N V ,NBRVSQI Q .-"i0Q xN fm, Q QU. . y ,' 1 L If N k :S ' 185 2" , 3 1 ga ,..-: - 5. f .iv J -1. ': V4.1 fl .f qi alla ,AX ,J -5 Sys S '-'Y J' it . x: 1 5 N577 -l Q-,f lli Sydney Wyatt Gilbert Pelton Franklin Sims Murray Owne s Kenneth Helms The Anson Tigers had a successful year. Aftera slow start they roared back to finish second in district play, The Tigers gave a good account of them- selves in the Roby Tournament by placing second. They were eliminated in the second round of McMurry Tournament. After winning two games from Noodle and giving Hawley a scare before losing in the last quarter, the Tigers started district play. After being behind in the first quarter, the tigers came back to beat Rotan 38 to 29. Next the Tigers took on Stamford. After leading all the way for three quarters, Stam- ford carne backto win 64 to 43. The Tigers then scored on C. City 47-37, and Hamlin 58-38. Stamford proved too much for Anson in their next meeting--73-44, Anson then took Hamlin, Rotan, 8: C. City to finish En!-'Un '51 an Ding Opponent Date Score Anson Opponent Hamlin Dec. 37 Z5 Avoca Dec. 33 64 Merkel Dec. 41 43 Hawley Dec. 52 60 A.C.H,S. Dec. 33 Z9 Aspermont Dec. 69 35 Hamlin Dec. 35 30 Hobbs Dec. 49 64 Noodle Dec. 48 Z5 Noodle Jan. 46 31 Hawley Jan. 46 58 'FRotan Jan. 38 Z9 '9'Stamford Jan. 43 64 '9'C0lorado City Jan. 47 37 'FI-lamlin Jan. 58 38 Merkel Jan. 51 53 4'Rotan Jan. 54 40 '4'Starnford Jan. 44 73 'VCo1orado City Feb. 69 55 4fHamlin Feb. 53 38 A.C,H.S. Feb. 55 57 Colorado City Feb. 52 60 '9' Conference Game .4 .L 3 Q57 Q, qs ,je Vonay Davis Adron Staley Monte Cowsert Jeff Glazner Benny Whitaker Louis Petton err 443 E I"-7 4f-4' 1-T..4y, fr . A Spun B , Q T ,,,.,. , L f.M.,.vl ,. M,.s.....,M, ,,,, W X . 4 Y ,,,,...,r.,. wi. s 31195431 SL S ll 31 1:4 ANS A Helms in action! DO CITY 315 -Qqunh ON VS co1.oR -41' L ,-vu.. - Rufus Maxey A. H. Roberts nas :rfb Royce Rogers D. C. Todd Richard Baxter O 'flx 'S +?Q?fgX'f'?3,gh,55Ez' P g "Doubles" "singles" ' DEDBERT DAVIS SYDNEY WY-ATT G P n n GERALD HOWARD '-Q Q0 P. E. Tenms ff-uv-" X '22 A .. 4,6 fr, U W X1 ktikffg-if wan "" 'A ' FF S ai S ' "' z Q , -A I .V Q 39 , 6 I! Q V ff fs 1 'Xa -5 -. , 5 'Lf 5 PRE, writ wk'-1 rl 'V' , 1 an K , ' iihfzaiyil "'V ' .D J- .X vm? '3! 'yi XQ Qs. M 93 .11 C 1:- HWHW M4 fynwqg Y' X ' 'M an f x Mp ' I 39 ip if? 5 5 1 ik m f fir 5 If s Q QIA 3 L X A ef. 3 41 4' f 1 WSW' fkvkn I s 4 B- M5 4 X 1 I vmvui I' 1 P H1 E I1 1 I' MRS. HELEN BEENE Pep Squad Sponsor '3 MRS. MINNIE BELL TOUCHSTONE Choral Director 61 C 'll 1 i MR. TOMMY BEENE Principal Y 5' MRS. ANNIE FERN BERRY MRS. DOTTIE MOORE iffy 1... MRS. LOUISE CROW MRS. MARTHA FOSTER MR. ALTON PATTERSON MRS. BILL LEHNIBERG 52 MRS. PEGGY NEYILLE if -c"v't"' MR PETE LOLLAR MRS BLAND HARPER ig. MRS, RUTH BREED MRS. CECIL HAWKINS 13' x.- 4? MISS ROSALIE FRY AIRS. SAR.-XI-I ROBERSON fb. Grzlhr qs li Erma Lee Addison Deborah Andrus J0iS -A-HUFUS " Q 5 5 X .Airs , Darrell Ball Melinda Bartlett Janice Boring 'U 1 Y' Carroll BurnS Bobby Clenions Dgnny Coffey ,xv f .S L f we ri Al ,' 's ,-- - 419 L Lois Andrus Don Baldwin 4 6 4 Us L , l "4 ' 5.-'xx I 1 Q ' . Y 'V 2 'K ' 'V' Ms. 4 u',..-, Wanda Bauqum Don Bennett Rita Bennett f wi I ' "'. K If , v ,X ' ix I ,I ' iv Qi? K 9 - 1 ' 4 X ft' 3 S X., M 6 , ia f-B Ge raldinc Calhoun Martha Cole -. I Wayde Calhoun Scherrxc Cook lf' 'W Robert Carnes Lillie Cox gang Peggy Cox Mary Loc Creel a ...Q Arlene Dotson Priscmlla Edwards ff' 4' .3 ' -Y z - J Ek. Elwana Good Dov Ann Goodrich -THUG HQQCI' Kathy Hagler I 47- x ll , f' f w i 1 f I' TOTCIWY Derden Wiliam Doblzxns Johnnie Doby A f' ' ff C Q" Q G " A " . f 45 - ' ox , Y fl 4 5? - A xx , I , 5 , 2 4 71 Y' I 61 - K ' - 2 .A X M I Patsy livang Roddle Ezell ChaI'lCS GlaZr16!' 'ig' ,T ox 1 Leonard Goza Tomznzc- Sue Gray Ixlargarct Grogan Carolyn l-landrnack ff" r if W f f rv lf' 4 . Q " D01-,315 Hamil Hunter Hawkins 'Q 'T' I x XX I. lf Frances High Edna Jackson Y uf ' V ' fh I 1 J I .. . 1 U N' X' , L Nelson Lansdown Wayne Llndsey 4' l 7 .. U fl, , Durcll Jenkins Jo Lynn l..a1n Mary Lantrip ,l Q 'Thomas Martln John M1tchell HarO1g1NQ31 J K 'nl .1 f ,r Kay Neal Jerry Pittman C' f I ' x , N N, ,X Martha Rober S. Ne lta Sanders ,ftfgff , Joyce Pxttman Harvmc Roblxns Jimmy Roberts Q Z5 1, 4 1 r Dorcas Sealy Dor1s Taylor Elveta Thoznas Joice Teague ,J 7 fi-fn f'N Loise Teague Barbara Thorn Jerry Washburn Bobby Webb ,b f " Q 'T lf v- ' " 1' rf 6' W1 . , V: f r , V 1 A " f- It - nv 2 ' ' - A 4f 1 1 -N f 3 fl, 1. N, W , 'W W W L 'W " ',i,. W. I 1 1 .- f 1 Randy Wilson David Wimberly Larry Woodard Leo Woverton 1- ' ' .,, 4 . M , we -. ,Rv ,s J S -qi 1 A- O L- ' a cu Al . f N ,, -,, - ,M C 690 70 I 1 I ' f U 'i , I. u'tq..,ll V 4:7 L D . I 'V e ' f l 4 K ,' O K A V Ltafk ' 1. Q J '. W: -U M ' I L gh . A WIN! xzfqf-5 - ' ' IL A in - Zg, r G . ja xg. 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I of ' A " 1 Dickie Jones Linda Gay Jones Patsy .Tones 'U' 'Y' T AlX'lI1 JOI'dO1'l Daw,-ld Elizabeth Kelly Gerald Lain Larry Linsey Q -l l 1 . - Charles May an Brownie Middlebrook Gar1am1N1xcm 15 Durwoud Mayfupld , , ,, ff' KK 5 4 ie' A 1 Eddie Miller Kay Murray If 5, Lana Onion Dorothy Robbms Rormze Ryan Jan . 4 3 1 Jldy 5 U 'Noni Q o P ,x R E, , Demetra Tanner Paula A Y , , , ' '2 .a ' 3 Elsie Wolverton Janette Woods B111y Yarbrough ,Q- R 7 P ' k X f QI at N FG?- Y kiwi' 4 ff' 5th.G5rahP w W fu f if I -1- ,Y M- F """Qi - Q -' of , ,,, 1' A N QDW 5 1 l 4? .V X F w -,lux . X . x . Y k X lx ft 5 ,Q f xx Lonnie Ad31'f1S Vlcki Adams Pat Bailey Sandra Ball Jet Barlett lf-S S' Lon Baucum 1 5 Mary Coffey La Nell Cypcrt I l lf 1 '41 xl' Joe Boyd 'Y W ,f f f X 2 X Ann Bradley Frances Burton Mary Carter f ,of li 1 1' '- Q , X ff in 4 - X .sff Q, sri L , Jimnuy Coke Nancy Dixon 1' Flora Cook NUFB Cook Elura Cox Kay hldwarcls Billy Fletcher Rowland Foster A Q' - , 41' 115 S - i T, 'LH Q I. .. ,Ab Q 'Ur-vu 'C' Billy Joe Mullins Travis Munroe Shelley Musick Linda Newton George Qgle af- . 3 I Kenneth Parker Barbara phillips Bobby Phillips Knoxie Pittard Mike Propst 4 , -0 R f James Reese Marsha Ritter Jirnmig- Rggerg Paula Sanderg Alice Sanclers If 'N I l -.Q ,3- 4 Q 1' if ' ' . , Q .4 4. - ' x x . rarer.-f'f'l' X Gloria Savage Jlldy 55011 Harrier- ympbon Romoria Simpson Doyle Smith 3 2 A . gr--M 1 fa Sth GRADE Mrs. Lehmberg's Room 5th GRADE Mrs. Agnew'5 Room X N7 .L f I fl! fm...- i nth GRADE M ss Stephen 5 Room 4th GRADE Mrs. Breed's Room 1 T , ..k...,.. 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