Antlers High School - Yearbook (Antlers, OK)

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AHS From the fields where football's played, To the courts where cagers stayed, To the dear old high school halls We love so well, Sing the song of our true love, The one we hold above All the other high schools in our land. We are students of, the school we love, A. H. S. And we'll ever be true and be loyal to you, A. H. S. Wherever we roam on land or on foam, Keep in our hearts the memories of home, And God be with her while we are gone. A. H. S. THE ANTLERS ANTLERS HIGH SCHOOL ANTLERS, OKLAHOMA FOREWORD Within these pages we have tried to record the many memorable events that have happened to us during our jour- ney through high school. We hope that, not only at the present but in the years to come, this book will be a treasured keepsake and that it will recall many happy occasions. Editors - I 'Suv-.fE"2Nv-.J'--f , .. . ,f--an---V -W-M-w - --f'--"-' ll yr-' DEDICATION With affection and respect we dedicate the 1960 yearbook to Pearle Farr, our junior high principal, in gratitude for her many years of service in the Antlers schools. By her friendly interest and keen perspective of the students' problems, her guidance has pre- pared the students to assume their high school responsibilities. we 9 'M - '71- -nw in-...M SUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE Bruce Barton in his book "The Man Nobody Knows" has stated that greatness in man comes from three underlying principles. First, for one to achieve greatness, one mustfbe willing to "render service", second, if one would "find himself at the top ne must be willing to lose himself at the bottom", and lastly, "the big rewards come to those who travel the second, undemanded mile." I am sure the principles of greatness in service as expressed by Mr. Barton are a part of the make-up of the individuals of the staff of this yearbook "The Antlers, " or they would never have given so unstintingly of their time, their talents, their leisure, and their physical power in producing this record of our school days in 1959-60. This I know, that Mrs. Easton, the sponsor of these young staff members of the yearbook, is a living example of great service. I I 1 R BOARD X O -, OF EDUCATION JOE STAMPER ---------------- President L. E. DAVIS IR. ------------ Vice President WILBURN BERRY - - ---- Clerk AUSTIN HADDOX - - - ---- - Member CARL WOOD ---- ---- M ember A W. A. OBUCH Superintendent OCAL P. JONES PEARLE FARR High School Principal Junior High Principal -ur ' fp- IOHN BRANDON Science, Assistant Coach OTTIE JEAN CORDER Mathematics PAUL CORDER Social Science FLORA EASTON English, Latin LOU HAMPSON Vocational Home Economics CHARLES HARGRAVE Vocational Agriculture ROBERT HOLLAND Athletics MINNIE IESSON Commerce VERA LANHAM Mathematics, Home Economics GUY PARKER Sci ence LUCILLE PIERCE Mathematics ETHEL REA English PAULINE ROSENTHAL Social Science ROBERT STODDARD Band ELOISE VAUGHT English, Art - --v ww- ..g ...--- -,.....,... W... scenes from the new Junior High ' Home Economics Department. ' img. mix.. , The school board is host to the faculty and school employees. Students of the Year: Donald Burgess, Joyce Watson Tea at Brantley during National Education week Teacher of Today: Mrs. Easton. JERRY HOWARD PRESIDENT Student Council President 3 National Honor Society 2 Oklahoma Honor Society 1-2 Class Favorite 1 Scholastic Award 1-2 Student Council Rep. 2 Baseball 1-2-3 FFA 1-2 FFA Reporter 2 sf-.--H -- - - -auf - -f - --w1-- V DONALD BURGESS VICE PRESIDENT Junior Class President Oklahoma Honor Society 2 Student of the Year Award 3 Football 1-2-3 Basketball 1 -2 -3 Baseball 1-2-3 FFA 1 -2-3 FFA Treasurer 2 Student Council Rep. 1 SHERRY VAUGHT STUDENT COUNCIL REP. FHA Reporter 2 FHA Vice President 3 Annual staff 2-3 Office Staff 2 Pep Club 1-2-3 FFA Queen Attendant 1-2 Football Queen Attendant Junior Play Girls' State Reps. 2 High School Reporter 2-3 VERNON JEAN BAILEY Basketball 1 -2 -3 FHA 1-3 Track 1 -2 -3 BETTYE BAKER JERRY BLICKENSDERFER Pep Club 3 Junior Play FHA 3 Library Staff 3 2 f' TERRY NELSON STUDENT COUNCIL REP. Football 3 Basketball 2-3 Boys' State Rep. 2 Annual Staff 3 P532 ., ,lf 411 -4 'Q' '.x-"hz-. 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"rg, ,Tv ' MSTQTQQEIY- THOMAS EDWIN ALMOND Football 1-2-3 Basketball 1 -2 -3 Baseball 1 -2 -3 FFA Sentinel 3 FFA King 2 Land Judging Team 2-3 Dairy Judging Team 2-3 Lettermen's Club 1 -2 Lettermen's Club Treasurer K .5429 4545-- 4 ' 'yi - BILLY RAY ARPEALER FFA 1 -2 Baseball 2 SUE SMITH REPORTER Girls' State Rep. 2 Co-Editor Annual 3 Annual Staff 2-3 Scholastic Award 1-2 Junior Play Junior Class Vice President FHA Historian 1 Pep Club Vice President 3 Class Favorite 2 National Honor Society 2 JIMMIE ALLEN Pep Club 1-2-3 FHA 1 Library Staff 3 Junior Play ESTELLE HILL SECRETARY FHA 2 FFA Queen Attendant 2 Annual staff 3 JERRY DEUPREE EARLENE GIBSON FHA 1-3 Library 2 Pep Club 3 JAMES IRA DUNHAM Football 1-2-3 Basketball 1-2-3 Baseball 1-2-3 FFA Sentinel 2 FFA Treasurer 3 Class Vice President 1 Class Favorite 2 Junior Play DORIS I-IAIRRELL nt 2 FFA Queen Attenda FHA 1-2 FHA Historian 2 Pep Club 1-2 Basketball 1-2-3 Junior Play Office Staff 2 Library Staff 1 Basketball Captain 2 BILLY COY BRUCE FFA 1-2-3 Horticulture Team LARRY CLYMER Football Captain 2 Football 1-2-3 Baseball 1-2-3 Class President 1 Class Vice Presiden Class Favorite 2 Junior Play Basketball 1-2 Band l-2 t2 SHERMAN C ART ER Oklahoma Honor Society 1 FFA 1-2-3 Fields Crops Judging Team 1-2-3 BRADDOCK DANNA DONNA HILL HAL JEFFERS FHA 1 FFA 1 Annual Staff 3 Junior Play Library Staff 3 Pep Club 1-2-3 Junior Play CLARENCE KERSHAW GARY DEAN KIMBERLIN Junior Play Oklahoma Honor Society AMY FRED LAND FFA 1-2-3 FFA President 3 FFA Escort 1-2 Livestock Judging Team 2-3 Football 1-2-3 Football Escort 2-3 Letterrr1en's Club BRECK LOGAN Football 2-3 Basketball 1 Junior Play Baseball 3 BETTY JANE MAYNARD MARILYN NOAH FHA 1-2 Pep Club 1-2 Office Staff 1 Library staff 2-3 Basketball 3 FHA 3 MARY IO RAGUS FHA 1-2-3 LARRY ROSE Junior Play Co-Editor Annual 3 TRAVIS LYNN ROMINES Football 1-2 Lettermerfs Club 2-3 Basketball 1-2 COY ROSENTHAL Band 1-2-3 c. CHARLES MICHAEL JOHN PERRIN O'BRIEN FFA 1-2-3 FFA Vice President 3 FFA Parliamentarian 2 Junior Play Class President 1 BILLIE BOB PHILLIPS BILLY DON PRINCE Basketball FHA 3 Pep Club 3 PHILLIP SAVAGE Football 1-2-3 Speech Play FERN ELLEN Sl-IERREZ Basketball 1-2-3 Cheerleader 1-2 Head Cheerleader 3 FHA 1-2-3 FHA Parliamentarian 3 Track 1-3 Basketball Co-Captain CLIFFORD SHILLING JOHN REID SMITH Band 1-2-3 Band Escort 1 FFA 1-2-3 FFA Escort 2 WANDA JEAN SMITH FHA 1-2-3 FHA Sougleader 2 Sub. Dist. FHA Song- leader 3 Student Council Rep. 2 Pep Club 1-2-3 Pep Club President 2 Pep Club Secretary 3 Annual Staff 3 Office Staff 1 Junior Play Stage Manager TOMMIE THOMAS Junior Play Cheerleader 3 Pep Club 1-2-3 FHA Secretary 3 FHA 1-2-3 Office Staff 2-3 Annual Staff 3 TEDDY WAYNE TABOR WANDA WALIS FHA 1 Pep Club 1-2 Basketball 1 Scenes from Program Presented at F. H. A. Banquet. MU ALPHA THETA This year Antiers High School was granted a charter in Mu Alpha Theta, a national club for outstanding math students. Mrs. Ottie Jeanne Corder is the faculty advisor. OFFICERS BETTY CROCKER AWARD President ---- ------ ---- M AR Y ORR vice President - - - - JERRY HOWARD Wanda Smifh secretary - - - ----- HAL JEFFERS Reporter - - - - - MARGARET GARNER fun , yr 'qw MARGARET GARNER President AMOS FARR MARY ORR Vice President Secretary CAROLYN BARBEE HAL BRAME DIANE ALEXANDER GERALD ARNEY PARTICIA ARNEY NINA LOU BAILEY TEDDY BARHAM BILLY BARNETT DENNIS BATES LOUIS BIRDSELL CAROLE BOOKER ZELPHA BOOKER JOE BRENTS MYRTIJ5 BRESHEARS Student Council Representatives 'REF' PATRICIA BRUMFIELD LEROY BUCHANAN HOWARD CANTRELL MARY CARTER JAMES CATHER JERRY CHILDERS GARY CLYMER PATRICIA DILLARD WANDA DUNCAN LARRY FORD ELLA FRANKS DAVID FROMME DONALD GARRISON PRISCILLA HALE CAROLYN HATFIELD LORETTA HENSLEY in . muu JAMES HOFFMAN MARY HOUSE IUDAY HOWARD MICHAEL HYDEN JERRY HYNSON ARTHUR JONES JOHNNIE JORDAN CAROL IOS LIN OSCAR J OS LIN CAROLYN KELLETT BETTY LABOR CURTIS LAWLESS 'tv- -fv pm- - MARY GAIL MCCAIN IENALL MASTERS TOMMY MILAM GEORGE NORMAN SHARON OLIVE THELMA POOL ELMER REICH TOM RIDENHOUR ALPHA SIMPSON IUDITH SMITH PAUL SMITH ALBERT THOMAS IAN TURLEY IMA UPCHURCH ALTHELTA VAUGHN R. C. VAUGHT SECOND SEMESTER ENTRIES Patsy Cash Jane Pennington ADALENE WILLIAMS MICHAEL WILSON MARVIN BANDUCH DOYLE WALKER BERTHA WARD TOM WADE .,,,,,T- - ----vw -.vw -+V '1-' 84 vs I 3 Whiytw f? S ' woiig Jw 'iff M""'k w 4 5 4 1 i A I I N1 .V..a.4W'l- ,WN Yw.m,...,. WV. , ---.1 - - -W V--w Betty Stoddard VICE PRESIDENT Doris Shell PIESIDENT Henry Baker Eugene Banduch George Beam Patsy Blan Bobbie Sue Blankenship Leroy Buchanan Billy Caraway Wilma Carter Dave Carter Floyd Chadrick Willey Copeland Paula Corder Bobbie Hendrix William Burrough STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES AN M - s : Q Qi 3- Ki as . ff Q X ,JL ,. K f K, S -f X N 5 X 9, .uf J :z.,s-.- s Lf". - , is ii 7 - 4 2.-4 L if 3 ..f:q. ,.1 af X x- V .f. w M Q f QF ,f f 1 5 Ny, Q22 Q -1, fb , ff -0:22 25 'ffilfiiixk .esgvzgjzsij 4,111-2: ,J y i ' 1 353 'f A "Q 4' 1 ws Eg 49" 57 J Wffwuff ,", N7 gj fw? 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SECOND ROW: Ellis Roberson, Omri Romine, Gene Neese, Joe Mollenkolf, Owen Taylor, William Baker, Gary Fullford, Bill Franks, Mike Nabors, Junior Jones, Coach Brandon. SCHEDULE Antlers 6 - - - - - - Tishomingo O Antlers 14 - - ----- Atoka 0 Antlers 45 - - - - - Coalgate 8 5-sjw---v-www-1--w-Y A C.,-,?,,,. W ,F -, ., -.. ,. . . .,,.. ,,.m...,,,,,-. hninnlni' W -f A-4-.ak - f-- I1 3- 1 1 1 4 4 3 Q 3 MMA! GEORGE ROSENTHAL Principal SADIE BUCHANAN LORENE ELLIOTT MARY GOODGION PAULINE JONES Fifth Grade Sixth Grade Second Grade Third Grade "W1fY1'SN' ,eynw LOIS NASH VERAL PARKER Fifth Grade Fourth Grade 'JW' OLENE PERRIN LUEDA ROBERSON Fourrh Grade First Grade INA SMITH ROBETOY SPEER HAZEL STEPHENSON OLA SUMNERS Music First Grade Fourth Grade Third Grade re ANNA LOU TAYLOR BARTOW TEAGUE CHARLES WALLS INA WINTERS Second Grade Sixth Grade Fifth Grade Kindergarten 1-1 f. -.:, 5 WH- f . i ,EI gi ii ff 'Q V :mil ' 25 f-' we Q 1' lm , 3 kv ,. ,r L-F. A + 3? X S, .Six l 14 5 W , Q Q5,Z3iil,iS . f. 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FIRST ROW: Joyce Noah, Alvin Owens, Billie Owens. SECOND ROW: Jessie Pate, Ann Plew, Jimmie Pra- ter. THIRD ROW: Steve Smith, Terry Smith, Dan- iel Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Mary Taylor, Mary L. Taylor, Trebus Thain. FIFTH ROW: Nancy Tindell, Patty Wade, Charlene Walker. SIXTH ROW: Tonya Walls, Linda Walker, Glenda Walton. SEVENTH ROW: Tommie White, Charolette Williams, Vickie Wood. KINDERGARTEN FIRST ROW: James Belcher, Tony Berry. SECOND ROW: Ve Ann Burgess, Ben Har- grove. THIRD ROW: Christine Hullum, Starlene Moses. FOURTH ROW: Mark Oglesby, Lee Quinn. FIFTH ROW: Debbie Rea, Vickie Renker. SIXTH ROW: John Wood. ,-W-if--W .. 4,,,1-ff JOYCE WATSON FOOTBALL QUEEN Sponsored by EARL SHERRER it v kg vr my SM l.s ,g:2 '??k -Q , rg H5321 ,WPG EQ - , P334 vi- P? 5133 - :g,1gf:f':iv2?4S, f , 1-zf.4:wf,f.f7 my ' ww-f-:rw-f as 7:.1,,f1 - ' aff fg.sE.'f 55551 JOHNNIE JORDAN BAND QUEEN Compliments of DR, AUSTIN HADDOX f' 3 -42 'W L ,, W 3: MARGARET GARNER F F A PRINCESS Comphmeuts of MR. and MRS. JOE STAMPER -K J? 4""'N punt' ug efx , .AVA fl ff my az if W CORONATION eggf PARTIES Queen and Escort: Margaret Garner and John Perrin, Attendants and Escorts: Karlene McGill and Joe Brents, Linda Smith and James Dunham, Ella Franks and Hal Brame, Alice O'Brien and John Reid Smith, Johnnie Jordan and Eddie Almond, Carol Booker and James Cather. Queen and Escort: Johnnie Jordan and Coy Rosenthal, Attendants and Escorts: Betty Stoddard and Tommy Holloway, Mary Orr and Michael Hyden, Bettye Jane Wells and Amos Farr, Jane Penington and Clifford Shilling. -ww-1 - VY . vw ,WWW ,, ,, WW, JU N IORS MARGARET GARNER HAL BRAME HIGH SCHOOL FAVORITES SENIORS' ESTELLE HILL I AMES DUNI-IAM SOPHOMORES VIRGINIA GARNER BOB SHERRER Sponsored by GEORGIA MAE SELF and EVERETT ROBINSON JUNIOR HIGH FAVCRITES NINTH GRADE CHARLENE PEAVEY EDDIE IEFFERS EIGHTH GRADE CINDY SHAW BILL FRANKS SEVENTH GRADE SUE HILL OCAL JONES IR. N N ANTLERS HIGH SCHOOL BAND CLARINETS: Barbara Stephenson, Bobbie Hendrix, Jane Pennington, Sharon Olive, Paula Corder, Lynn Farr, Jennifer Turley, Francine Horton, Cheryl Bell, Maudean Pierce, Debbie Olive, Phyllis Taylor, Jenny Beth Fodge, Grady Vandiver, Martha Jackson, Mary Lynn Tims. FLUTES: Betty Stoddard, JoAnne Elliott, Jean Ann Stafford, Ganell Parker, Sue Ward. HORNS: Oma Jean Splawn, Mary Orr, Bettejane Wells, Johnnie Jordan. CORNETS: Clifford Shilling, Zelpha Booker, Jerry Lee Vandergriff, Billy Barnett, Carolyn Barbee, Ellis Roberson, Jerry Hynson, Phil Beaty, Tommy Holloway, Mary Dell Shilling, Greg Akard, Martha Jones, Wayne Harrison. ALTO SAXOPHONES: Nancy Yancey, Bob Finley, Tisha Edwards, Patsy Rogers. TENOR SAXOPHONE: Rex Heckerman. BASS CLARINET: Judy Childers. TROMBONES: Bill Burrough, Coy Rosenthal, Joe Mollenkoph, Bill Finley, Leonard Noah. BARITONES: Arthur Lee Jones, Larry Harrington, Amos Farr. BASS: Michael Hyden, Dale Howell, Henry Baker. PERCUSSION: Teddy Barham, Janell Masters, Jan Turley, Bobby Harmon, Sherry Payne, Susan Akins, Cindy Shaw. Armed Forces Day Parade, McAlester, Second Place, Open Class, 575. O0 Prize Bi-State Music Festival, Ft. Smith, Excellent rating Second Place Trophy in Field Marching fClass CJ Regional Marching Contest, McAlester, Superior in Field Marching First Place trophy in Street Marching Class D Regional Marching, McAlester, Superior Rating 1959 BAND OFFICERS President ----------- CLIFFORD SHILLING Vice President - - - - MARY ORR Secretary-Treasurer - - - -SHARON OLIVE Reporter - - - ' 'JOHNNIE JORDAN Librarians - - - - -BARBARA STEPHENSON 'OMA JEAN sPLAwN Qi' ALR, F.H.A. SENIOR CHAPTER -4 w President - - - Vice President Secretary - -- Treasurer CHAPTER OFFICERS - - - IOHNNIE JORDAN - - - - - SHERRY VAUGHT - - TOMMIE THOMAS - - - CAROL BOOKER Sub -District Chairman Historian - - - Parliamentarian - Reporter - - Song Leader - - JOHNNIE JORDAN - - JUDY HOWARD - - - FERN SHERRER - - - CAROLYN WARD MARGARET GARNER MAKERS QCNKX I Ox- 'Y 5 , 2 .. ' E 2 T. - EM 9 , '1 Y ., O46 O? 4 0 x P Q5 NEW HC F. H. A. -ers at National Convention Writing home from Chicago. in Chicago. Child Care Project. Christmas Toy Workshop. Jan Tur1ey's Home Improvement Pro3ect f ,3 2 1 ii 1 K if gr if g kk :V K , 4 xi I I Q 14 ,Q . ' ' - .l 'f+'A,gqt 'f ,Lf k . 1 ,'S-2-.s5..1f,,- lgj- ., ,7 VL L - Q 1 M v if "3 ' 5 'psf gl . f 1" - 4: I Af ZR, hkkim gi wig 5 ,. A ,Zi :- Q, r . K K ll' 1 'Y 552.93 2 v f 12 Q. VS wiki if , - X: , K s Af Qig- ,Q ' wx N - ,Q , 1, .- 354551-giflkig . . 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WITHERSPOON EDDIE ALMOND Tackle Kiamichi Conference TOM RIDENHOWER Little Dixie Ceflfefenee DWAYNE NELSON Tackle A11'C0HfefeHee Fullback BRECK LOGAN ROBERT HOLLAND LARRY NELSON Baek Coach Center FRED LAND JAMES CATHER Guard BOB SHERRER End Quarterback DONALD BURGE SS Quarterback Kiamrchi Conference TERRY NELSON Little Dixie Conference JAMES DUNHAM End A11 -C on ference Back Kiamichi Conference Little Dixie Conference Second String A11-Conference A11 -Conference ELMER REICH MIKE WILSON DENNIS BATES End Halfback End 5 iw? 'YH F f ,L I -:,.,,f .5 , it vw 5. , ' 55 Q W--.wg , I .ff wi? , pw-i N-,yi uh, I ,, .. gf 5 K- 'W' 'Q ,f , f ' x., If Me W, WW is! .wmv- iy fi 9 . ' Q ix H we ,. H V M . wi , .- ,a.'. 'W Q I. . BODY BUILDIN WEIGHT LIFTING AWN DPNXD SPL AWD SMITH JAMES CATHER Mme WXLSON S WMNHOWER Sponsored by SON DAVIS and EANON SMITH k -f.'h , Q96 K 3, 13: ff " M ww 33+- . qw' X1 i 7 if mi 1 X31 2 'xs W 2 , 755 '.'-:IT ' .,.: .A A L. If - ww, '5??iR-in. iii? 'QQ' H- :F .if ' HIGH SCHOOL AWARD WINNERS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY X f NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY f N Among the coveted awards given each Commencement season is membership in the National Honor Society. Four points are considered for this: character, leadership, scholarship, and service. Q 2 5 , 5: Z! F ll 5 L Seniors selected this year were: Karen Akins, Sue Farr, Linda Jackson, Jane Pace, Sherry Silverman, Glenna Underwood, and Bob West. The Juniors selected were Jerry Howard and Sue Smith. OKLAHOMA HONOR SOCIETY Another honor is membership in the Oklahoma Honor Society which is composed of those students ranking in the upper ten per cent scholastically. Those winning membership were: Karen Akins, Mary Dougherty, Sue Farr, Linda Jackson, Jane Pace Wilma Peavey, Sherry Silverman, Linda Stafford, Glenna Underwood, Bob West, all seniors, Donald Burgess, Jerry Howard, Sue Smith, juniors-g Patricia Dillard, Amos Farr, Margaret Garner, Donald Garri- son, Sharon Olive, and Mary Orr, sophomores. The prized American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary Awards were won by Karen Akins and Bob West. SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS Scholarship awards were also presented to the girl and boy in each class having the highest scholastic average. These were won by: seniors, Karen Akins and Bob West, juniors, Sue Smith and Jerry Howard, sophomores, Margaret Garner and Amos,Farr. AWARDS BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE ATHLETIC AWARDS REPRESENTATIVES INES BAILEY SHERRY VAUGHT TERRY NELSON PAUL BOOKER SUE SMITH RALPH WINTERS, IR, SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED From Southeastern State: Linda Jackson, Sherry Silverman. Glenna Underwood. From Austin College: Sue Farr. From Oklahoma State: Jane Pace. SOUTHEASTERN DISTRICT CURRICULAR AWARDS Bookkeeping: Sue Smith, firstg Mildred Franks, second. English Grammar: Linda Jackson, first, Karen Akins, second. Latin I: Karen Akins, first, Linda Jackson, secondg Sharon Olive, third. Okla- homa History: George Beam, first. English I: KAREN AKINS Mike Vaught, third. English II: Margaret Garner, second. Spelling: Karen Akins, secondg Linda Jackson, third. Algebra I: George Beam. Alge- bra II: Calrence Kershaw. JUNIOR HIGH AWARDS Oklahoma Honor Society certificates were presented to those students in each grade ranking in the upper ten per cent. NINTH GRADE: Mike Vaught, Virginia Garner, Paula Corder, Oma Jean Splawn, Betty Stoddard, Bobbie Hendrix, Verlon Vaughn, JoAnne Elliott, and George Beam. SEVENTH GRADE: Forrest Foley, Billy Finley, Francine Horton, Lucinda Shaw, Sherry Payne, and Jennifer Turley. D.A.R. HISTORY AWARD Jerry Vandergriff was the recipient of the award given each year to the eighth grade student making the highest average in history. EIGHTH GRADE: David Smith, Vernon Smith, Jerry Vandergriff, Lynn Farr, Mike Nabors, Ellis Roberson, and Eddie Jeffers. PERFECT ATTENDANCE: Gary Clymer, Margaret Garner, Albert Thomas, two yearsg Carolyn Barbee, Sue Farr, Ella Franks, Alpha Simpson, Wanda Smith, one year. V FLASHBACKS '59 ' r . 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