Arab High School - Arabian Yearbook (Arab, AL)

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, 0 . bl ' , XyV i v» rhu ' J ' ■■ - ■- U- U 1 1 J y ■ ■■ I y ' m i j . " t , o5 v K i " fl. : nV v w THE BETA CLUB PRESENTS Arab High School Arab, Alabama Foreword With our school year coming to a close, we pause to look back upon the friends we have known and the happy times we have enjoyed as well as the bad times we have endured. The joys, the sorrows, the fun, and the hard work - these are all part of our memories of this past year, ,The task of preserving in- tact all these experiences is an impossible one. However, we have attempted to record the essence of the 1963-64 school year at Arab High in these pages of the 1964 ARABIAN. ARABIAN STAFF ' 64 Editor ROSE MARIE MAYNOR Business Manager - MICHAEL MARDIS Advertising Manager MARGARET WRIGHT Sports Editor - - ROGER KING Classes Editor SALLY BEARFIELD Organizations Editor ------------ JUDY GIBBS Activities Editor SUSAN CO WART Copy Editor - - ANN UGHT Subscriptions Editor ROGER FARRIS Advisor MYRA LEE ELLENBURG ADMINISTRATION MR, WOODROW HINDS Principal You can turn any corner, glance down any corridor and find our friend, Mr. Hinds. There is no problem too small for him to listen to and diagnose the trouble. His personality reaches into the heart of each student. To know Mr. Hinds is to love and respect him as a friend and principal of Arab High School. MR. DONALD KING Assistant Principal Since Donald King took over as assistant principal of Arab High School the stu- dents of this school have yet to regret the fine job he has done for the students and faculty. As a friend, counselor and assistant principal, the services of Mr. King are greatly appreciated. MR. WAYLON COOLEY Superintendent of Education Although little known to most students, the superintendent Is faced with the important tasks of forming school poli- cies, keeping the school provided with necessary equipment and helping the school to run smoothly. We owe our sincere thanks to Mr. Cooley. who de- votes much of his time and energy to Improve our school. ?iiiiij« .« FACULTY MARIE BAILEY Social Studies FRANK CAMP History and Phy. Ed. ROSIE BELLE CRANFORD Librarian HAROLD BENTLEY Physical Education HOSEA CARVER English and Sociology O. R. DENNIS Vocational Agriculture NANCY BEVIL English LEWIS CLARK Science CLAIRE JO DUNN Home Economics ELMO DUNN Guidance BEATRICE FOWLER English GLADYS MEANS Business Education ANNETTE ELLENBURG English LEE WAYNE HARTLEY Mathematics RONALD NABORS English MYRA ELLENBURG Mathematics JOY HUGGINS Business Education BOBBIE PEEK Social Studies DOROTHY SCOTT History and Biology HUGH STEWART Science and Phy, Ed, W. MARVIN SCOTT Science KATIE WALLEY Physical Education CLINTON SKELTON Mathematics WAYNE WASHAM Band I ,S M • ' . Business Education Department MRS. GLADYS MEANS MISS JOY HUGGINS 5 J-! ■ « f-l ( MR, HINDS, MR. KING and Office Staff English Department NANCY BEVIL - HOSEA CARVER - ANNETTE ELLENBURG - BEATRICE FOWLER - RONALD NABORS , .-.- ix J i_i l_ i I .Ml, e Social Studies Department MARIE BAILEY FRANK CAMP HOSEA CARVER ANNETTE ELLENBURG BOBBIE PEEK DOROTHY SCOTT Mathematics Department MYRA ELLENGURG LEE WAYNE HARTLEY CLINTON SKELTON Spanish HOSEA CARVER Vocational Home Economics Department CLAIRE JO DUNN Vocational Agriculture O. R. DENNIS Guidance Director ELMO DUNN Science Department LEWIS CLARK - MARVIN SOCTT )rarian ROSIE BELLE CRANFORD Girls ' Phv. Ed. KATIE W ALLEY Boys ' Phy. Ed. HUGH STEWART - HAROLD BENTLEY Band WAYNE WASHAM SENIORS Class OfTicers President. BUDDY BISHOP Vice-President, ROGER KING Secretary and Treasurer, PATSY BETTERTON Reporter, JUDY KING Class Sponsors MRS. BEATRICE FOWLER COACH HAROLD BENTLEY Seniors LINDA BAILEY WENDELL BALLEW JAMES BEARD Seniors Outstanding Personality MARGARET WRIGHT WAYNE WILLIAMSON SALLY BEARFIELD GLORIA BENNEFIELD ROBERT BENTLEY PATSY BETTERTON BUDDY BISHOP TOMMY BISHOP DIANE BREEDWELL JIMMY BRISCOE Best All Around JUDY GIBBS JAMES SUTTLES Seniors DIANE BROCK TWYLA BRYANT JOE VAN BUNCH JOHN CALLOWAY Most Courteous JOAN LEAK GLENN ISBELL )eniors SHIRLEY CASEY JUANITA CHANDLER WILLIAM CHYMLAK CAROLYN COLEMAN JUDY CONSTANT DANNY COOLEY NELLIE RUTH CORBIN MERLE COUCH Seniors Most Service JUDY CONSTANT JOE VAN BUNCH BILLIE JEAN DABBS LARRY DARNELL «-fK7 «n. • J Seniors MACK DARNELL RONNIE DAVIDSON Most Studious ROSE MARIE MAYNOR BUDDY BISHOP KELLY DEARMOND DENNIS DILLARD JAMES DITTO JAMES DUNN JUDY DUVALL BRENDA EDWARDS ELLIS FAULKNER GAIL FORRESTER Most Athletic DIANE BROCK JIMMY BRISCOE Seniors GLENDA GARRETT WILMA GARRETT Seniors JUDY GIBBS ROBERT GLENN Most Dependable SALLY BEARFIELD JAMES DUNN w RUDY HAYES ANNETTE HAZEL CHARLIE HOLLAWAY DON HOLMES Most Likely to Succeed DIANE BROCK WILLIAM CHYMLAK Sen lors GLENDA HORNSBY RALPH HORNSBY »«-• TBfl " y !•• ' «fT- ' I •- ' -•. -.■• ' •tl-.t- SARAH HORNSBY JACKIE HUNT Most Talented ROSE MARIE MAYNOR BUDDY BISHOP Seniors ELIZABETH HUTCHISON JOHNNY HYATT GLENN ISBELL BOB JOHNSON PATSY KELLY RICHARD KENNAMER BILL KESSLER DUNE KING Citizenship Girl MARGARET WRIGHT Seniors JUDY KING ROGER KING • fM 9f- f ' - l ' , ' .m - -i " r«w. ' , «■ T- LOEZ KIRKLAND GARY KNIGHT Best Dressed PATSY KELLY GARY LIGHT Seniors X JOAN LEAK ANN LIGHT GARY LIGHT BENNY LYON LARRY MARION JOHNNY MARTIN Flirtiest LINDA BAILEY CHARLIE HOLLAWAY Seniors NEAL MARTIN DOUGLAS MASON niirSf .rTi:- fwi " " r7nrTwwrw r— jov . . " •.-■••tTf ' sr z ' m ROSE MARIE MAYNOR TRUMAN MAZE Most Versatile JOAN LEAK J. L. GRACE Seniors SHELBY McCOLLUM TROY McKELVY BRUCE McWHORTER CHARLOTTE MITCHELL PATRICIA MORROW WILLIAM MORROW TERESA MURPHY Seniors J ' fcfew . YVONNE NELSON BOBBIE PACE T ' TrnTTV ' ■-yir- r CAROLYN PADGETT JANICE PENDERGRAFT Most Popular MARGARET WRIGHT JOHNNY HYATT Seniors PAULETTE RUTLEDGE KENNETH SHAMBLIN ! Q , 3 Ml SHERRY SHELTON PATRICIA SLATON CAROLYN SMITH DIANE SMITH Friendliest JUDY KING ROBERT GLENN Seniors DORIS SMITH EILEEN SMITH ?- " J . ' .TBWI ' . ifti fuuy nr v n ' M- -- -fiwir.- JUDY SMITH MARGARET SMITH Homecoming King and Queen GLENDA HORNSBY BUDDY BISHOP Seniors 1 1 jm l ■■k. iwi JAMES SUTTLES MARY TAYLOR BARBARA WADDELL EDWIN WALKER SHIRLEY WALKER TERRY WALKER RONNIE WALTON Seni eniors Class Beauty PATSY BETTERTON DON WEAVER fVtSIJ ' - ' T .- 191 - " ' .TVi- ' SiyrrffC JT ' - ' -r- V " tm " -rr r- - m .xr I JOHNNY WHEELER JOE WILLIAMSON WAYNE WILLIAMSON DEAN WILSON jeniors t viewueiwiiw Bemon Lyon Sportsmanship Trophy ROBERT GLENN MARGARET WRIGHT r i Miss Arab High ROSE MARIE MAYNOR »«xQO ..■nVCvV 4An " ' » f -V ' JW . ■ f?- ' JKf ' :i r.f . ' v rf f vTTS TWS First Runner-up JUANITA CHANDLER First Runner-up JAMES DUNN Second Runner-up JUDY CONSTANT Second Runner-up LARRY MARION r •»wv-. ■ iff JUNIORS Class Officers President - LESLIE CLICK Vice-President - LARRY BLACK Secretary - JEAN McCALEB Treasurer - CAROLYN CARVER Repwrter - ED REED Class Sponsors ANNETTE ELLENBURG DIANE ALLDREDGE DON ALLEN ROGER ALLEN MARTHA BAGWELL MARTHA BARKLEY JAMES BARRETT KENNETH BATES FRANCES BENNEFIELD BRENDA BENSON JOAN BETTERTON GUY BISHOP DANNY BLACK Juniors Of ' ft f .rjHv r- ' - ' •! ft, ' s,. y:-A v- ' mi ' ii .- ' v,t» LARRY BLACK TERRY BLACKMON KATHRYN BO BO JAMES BODINE LARRY BODINE PAULETTE BOLES WAYNE BOLES MARY BRACKNER GEORGE BRIGHT MARY ANN BRIGHT CAROLYN BRISCOE ANDREW BRITT Juniors KENNETH BROTHERS GARY BRYANT GAIL BUNCH JAMES BURNETT RANDY CANTRELL CAROLYN CARVER MARY CAUSEY DENNIS CHAMBERS JACKY CHAMNESS JERRY CLABURN JAMES CLEMENTS LESLIE CLICK LOYD COLEMAN BRENDA CONLEY EDWIN COOLEY SANDRA COOLEY LARRY CORBIN SUSAN COWART WAYNE COX WILLIAM DAVIDSON LINDA DEARMOND STONEY DUREN JAMES EDWARDS CATHERINE ELLIS Juniors ROGER FARRIS GENE FEEMSTER JEANETTE FEEMSTER JUNIOR FLEMING GLENDA FLETCHER HERMAN FORTENBERRY GAIL FOWLER CAROLYN FREELAND CLATIS FREEMAN JOHNNY GARRARD MARGARET GARRISON SHIRLEY GIBSON p r« f- »« » » " " »» w DIANE GILL BARBARA GLASS JAMES GLASS JOHN GOBER JOHN GRAVES TRUMAN GREEN CLFFORD GRIGGS JOYCE GRIGGS WILLIE HAGA BILLY HARDY ROBERT HARDY JACKIE HARPER Juniors JOY HARRIS KENNETH HARRIS JOHNNY HART L. D. HAYES KENNETH HAZEL MARY HEAD PATSY HEAD NELDA HIGGINS JUDY HILL MITCH HODGES JIMMY HOLAWAY RAYBURN HORNS BY STEVE HORTON JACK HOWARD DONNIE HUCKABY STANLEY HUCKABY MARLON HUNKEA PILLAR JERRY HYATT JIMMY HYDE DOROTHY ISBELL JERRY JACQUES NANCY JETTON CAROLYN JOHNSON ROY WAYNE JOHNSON Juniors ANN KELLAR JERRY KENNEMER BETTY KING CAROLYN KING DAVID KING ROGER KING ROGER KIRK JAMES KIRKLAND r TPir .rm- LINDA LANEY JANICE LATHAM BILLY LAWRENCE JOHNNY LEAK ' ? rr •mrnviX jwtt? - ' ■ ■.m-.iryy LARRY LEMONS ANNETTE LIGHT RANDY LINN JILL MA HAT HEY CURTIS MA LONE BETTY MAPLES MICHAEL MARDIS ANTHONY MARION DENNY MARSH KENNETH MASON CAROLYN MATTHEWS DENNIS MAYFIELD Juniors DAVID MAZE JAMES MAZE WARREN MAZE JEAN McCALEB DON McCOLLOUGH KERMIT McCOLLUM PAULA McQueen DENNIS MEINERT RAYFORD MERRITT BYRON MILLER FRANK MILLER PAUL MILLER SANDRA MOODY ROBERT MOONEY MARY MORRIS BILLY MORROW JERRY MORROW KENNETH NARRELL LOLA MAE NESMITH CAROLYN NIX BRENDA NOBLE JUDY NOLAN JOE NORRIS DONNY PARKER Juniors MAX PESNELL LARRY PETERS FORREST PHILLIPS LARRY POOL LON PORCH BOBBY PRICE JOYCE QU ' LLAN GLENDA QUINN EDWIN REED BENNY RICE PRISCILLA RICE JESSE RIDGEWAY " TT " ' Mfii ' yiL " xrjnv BRENDA ROBERTS DAVID ROE EARL SAINT MURIEL SAINT MYRA SAMPSON MIKE SAYLOR GARLON SHEPPARD BOBBY JOE SHORES EDWARD SOLLEY RONNIE SOUTHERLAND KINNEY SPANN LA WAYNE STEWART LINDA STEWART DANNY STISHER FLOYD STONE WAYNE STRACENER GARY SUTTLES TONY SWAFFORD JULIA TAYLOR BARBARA TERRELL BOBBY THOMAS JUDY THOMPSON WILMA THOMPSON GARY THROWER CARL D, TOLTON DONNA TURNER RANDELL VAUGHN SHERMAN VINES Juniors NANCY WADE SAMMY WALDROP BERKSHER WALKER DONNY WALKER SADIE WALTON SAMMY WATWOOD SHEILA WEAVER CAROLYN WEST l1 ' CAROL WHISENANT JERRY WHISENANT GARY WHITLOCK BONNIE SUE WILKS • rT Trr ' X- ' —jOTi ' T TTTi.r ; .- • ■ DONNA WILKS BILLY WILLL MS BOBBY WILLIS DEWALT WILLIS STEVE WILSON TERRY WRIGHT LUVERNA YATES SANDRA YOUNG Class Beauty Juniors Homecoming Attendants PRISCILLA RICE NELDA HIGGINS LOYD COLEMAN mr B BS m 1 ytff ' .tt : ' iman ' A.i ' .t •Mtn; fx. ■■ Atr-. " •■-■vi:.t SOPHOMORES Class Officers President. JERRY PONDER Vice-President, GLENN SPANN Secretary and Treasurer, MARY NELL LINSKY Reporter, BETH McCOLLOUGH Sophomores BOB AKRIDGE GAY ALLEN TINA ALLEN GENE BALLEW RONALD BARRETT TERRY BART LETT LINDA BEARD JIM BEARFIELD BETTY BENNEFIELD GARY BINNS AMNETTE BISHOP TIM BISHOP BARBARA BLACK LINDA BLACK GARY BOBO SANDRA BODINE PEGGY BOLDING JOHN BOYD SAMUEL BRAWLEY MARJORIE BREEDWELL BOBBY BRISCOE VIRGINIA BROWN DOUGLAS BURDICK JACK CALLOWAY Class Sponsors DOROTHY SCOTT LEE WAYNE HARTLEY M " " im in «.«, . ' j . r ■ ' -.«i .kf i MARY LOU CAMPBELL SUE CAMPBELL JAMES CARR ALICE CARROLL ALLINE CARROLL SHELIA CASE JAN CAUSEY KEITH CENTERS DONALD CHAFIN BOBBY CHAMNESS DONNA CHANEY GALE CHASTAIN JERRY CLARK ROY CLARK JERRY CLICK Sophomores ROBBIE COHRON RANDALL COKER JANE COLLINS RONALD COLLINS SHARON COOLEY RALPH CORDES JACK COSBY MARY ALICE COUCH JOAN COX BARBARA DANIEL BRAD DARNELL CAROLYN DARNELL DONNIE DAVIDSON MARVIN DECKER JUDY DENNY JO DICKSON LINDA DONALDSON DORIS DUNN LOIS JEAN DUNN WAYLON DUNN REBECCA DYAR BRENDA EASTERWOOD LINDA EDWARDS BOB ELROD W. C. EMBREY DENNIS EUBANKS DOROTHY EUDY DEBORAH FEEMSTER JACKIE FLEMING JIMMY FREEMAN MIKE GARRARD VIRGINIA GARRETT LOUISE GRACE TOMMY GRIFFIN RACHEL GULLION DONNIES HANEY CHARLES HARDIN BRENDA HARRIS BARBARA HAYES Sophomores JIMMY HAYNES CAROLYN HAZEL MAX HENRY FAYE HILL GARY HILL ANN HINDS CAROLYN HODGES LINDA HORTON THOMAS HUGHES LINDA HUNT LARRY JOHNSON WILLIAM JOYCE RHEA KEESE EUGENE KELLY RICHARD KELLY CHRISTINE KENNAMER MAXINE KENNAMER JEANIE KENNEY MARY LU KIMBALL CHARLES KING DONALD KING GUS KING REDA KING ROGER KING I .: ' ' .- ' fi vsf • ' iy.-sar ' ' -:ei.nr .■uni. ' x - Jit r iv TJ -.-sm DONALD LANEY NICKEY LARKIN DOW LEBOWSKI CHARLES LECROY CAROLYN LEMLEY LINDA LIGHT MICKEY LINN MARY NELL LINSKY LEE ALVES LYNCH TONY MAHATHEY BARBARA MARSH JERRY MARTIN TONY MARTIN BETTY ANN MASON RHONDA MASON Sophomores HOWARD MAXWELL THOMAS MAY BOB McCOY BETH McCULLOUGH CHERYL MITCHELL JERRY MOODY PATRICIA MOON FRANKIE MORROW DEBORAH MURPHY ROGER NELSON SHERRIEL NESMITH CHARLIE NDC LINDA PAYTON ROGER PEARMAN BILLY PERKINS JERRY PESNELL MARGARET PETERSON SHARON PHARR JERRY PONDER TOMMY POOLE RONALD POWELL SIDNEY PRESLEY ELLA PRITCHETT SHIRLEY REED P J » 1 j» J VMItM jm 1 ftttmta.ii.: )KMK SUE REED MAX RIDGEWAY ANOSISE ROBINSON ROBERT ROUSEY CLARIS ROWE LINDA SAYLOR TERRY SAYLOR CLAUDIA SENTELL BARBARA SHEDD ANNE SHIRLEY JERRY SIMPSON JEAN SMITH JUDY SMITH PHYLLIS SMITH TOMMY SMITH Sophomores GLENN SPANN PATSY STANFORD THOMAS STRICKLIN PHIL THROWER JIMMY TINLEY BRYCE TOMPKINS JUDY TUCKER LARRY TURNER GLEN WALKER JUDY WALKER MARGIE WALKER NEENA WALKER PATRICIA WAT WOOD DANNY WEAVER GARY WEST LARRY WHITAKER GENE WHITEHEAD MARK WILLIAMS JERRY WILLIAMSON WANDA WILSON BRENDA YOUNG JUDY YOUNG ELLIS YORK JOAN YORK A W HlT f y : au " " ' yrTTT VKirr VL- ' —j;fr: j ' m ' Fj L - » i FRESHMEN Class Officers President, WAYNE GLENN Vice-President. O ' NEAL MAZE Secretary and Treasurer, MARSELLE WILLIAMSON Reporter, VAN COLE Freshmen FRED ABBOTT PRICE ABBOTT MARGIE ALEXANDER HENRY ATCHLEY PEGGY BAGWELL TEX BALLEW ORBY BARKLEY LARRY BARNES SANDRA BARNES GARY BEAM DAVID BEARD JUDY BERRY LINDA BETTERTON MARSHA BETTERTON CHARLENE BODINE PEGGY BOLES CAROL BOW EN JACK BRADFORD JOE BRANNON NILA BRIGHT GLENN BROCK DONALD BROOKS KEITH BROTHERS TRAVIS BURGETT BYRON CALDWELL KAY CALDWELL JO ANN CARROLL SUE CARTER JANET CHARLES FERRELL CLICK ' 7. J ' ,rT :lWr ' " ' .j ' l ' .««■, a. -Jiff-: . v-.- ' iTi-.m i Freshmen VANN COLE HILDA DANIEL DORTHY DARMER JOHN DEAN ROGER DEMENT SUSAN DUREN LARRY DYAR RICHARD DYAR KAY EASTEP LEON ELKINS NANCY FLEMING PHIL GANN JUDY GARRETT CAROLYN GARRISON WAYNE GLENN TRAVIS GREEN BARBARA GREGG SONNY HALLMAN BEN HAMMOND MONROE HARDIN LINDA HICKS BARBARA HIPP BERNICE HODGES CLARENCE HOLLINGSWORTH YVONNE HOLMES VANDY HOLOWAY GARRY HOPKINS JIMMY HORNSBY GAIL HYATT WAYNE HYATT MADELINE JACKSON VALERIE JACKSON BARBARA JOHNSON DANNY JOHNSON GARY JOHNSON JANE JOHNSON JOE KELLEY SHARON KENNEY BILLY KING BRUCE KING CAROLYN KING CYNTHIA KING Freshmen WAYLON KING ROGER KINNEY SAUNDRA LAGRONE AARON LANKFORD PATSY LAW JOE LEACH LINDA LEAK CAREN LECROY DL NA LECROY RAY LECROY BOBBY LESTER PATRICIA LIGHT POLLY LIGHT LEOLA MAY O ' NEAL MAZE SHELIA MAZE FREDERICK McCALEB MIKE MEHARG ANN MERRITT TONY MILLER CAROLYN PENDERGRAFT DIANNE PRINCE PHIL OUINN CAROL RALPH GENE REASON DAVID SHOCKLEY CHARLOTTE SHORES NANETTE SHLTMATE TERESA SIMPSON PAM SIRRATT SHELBY SLOAN BOBBY SMITH JO SMITH JAN SOLLEY RONALD SUTTLES GARY SUTTON PHILLIP TAYLOR ' RAY TAYLOR LARRY THOMPSON DANNY TIDMORE 1 DONNY TIDMORE . ELIZABETH TIDMORE j Freshmen IAN TIDMORE ROY TOLTON BARBARA VICKERS JOE WEIDNER BILLY WHISENANT ROSE MARY WHISENANT LINDA SUE WILKS STEVE WILLIAMS THOMAS WILLIAMS MARSELLE WILLIAMSON STANLEY WILLINGHAM DREW WOODY KARA YORK SANDRA YOUNG Class Beauty Homecomine Attendants CHARLINE BODINE LINDA BETTERTON WAYNE GLENN mm mi i PEP RALLY ORGANIZATIONS Officers President, JAMES HARDIN Vice-President, JAMES DUNN Secretary, LOEZ KIRKLAND Treasurer, WILLIAM MORROW Reporter, BOBBY THOMAS Sentinel, KENNETH NARRELL Sponsor, MR. O. R. DENNIS F.F.A. FFA Sweetheart PATSY HEAD fif ' == r 1 I r 7 VIM _m M BV BJB rifm J J ' ' .I ' d ' . ' rfl " l A»f- - ' F.H.A. FHA Beau TONY SWAFFORD Officers President, SUSAN COWART Vice-President, PATSY HEAD Secretary, SANDRA COOLEY Treasurer. DIANE ALLDREDGE Historians, TERRY WRIGHT NELDA HIGGINS Recreational Leaders, JUDY NOLAN CAROLYN WEST Reporter, JOAN BETTERTON Parliamentarian, SADIE WALTON Sponsor, MRS. ELMO DUNN - Officers President, JOHNNY HYATT Vice-President, ROGER KING Secretary and Treasurer, SALLY BEARFIELD i A Club 9 P. ' ' " i (♦ .. " or . V ' ' ji ' t A ' r y Paper Staff Editor, DIANE BROCK Assistant Editor MARGARET WRIGHT Society Editors JOAN LEAK JANICE PENDERGRAFT Sports Editors SALLY BEARFIELD J. L. GRACE Gossip and Joke Editor JUDY KING Art Editor JUDY CONSTANT Publisher JUDY BAGWELL Circulation Manager JUDY GIBBS Offi icers President, DIANE BROCK Vice-President, JOAN LEAK Secretary, JANICE PENDERGRAFT Treasurer, MARGARET WRIGHT Sponsors, MISS JOY HUGGINS MRS. GLADYS MEANS hmmk . -. u vM « ft« M CHAR ACT Ef r Officers President, BUDDY BISHOP Vice-President, MARGARET WRIGHT Secretary and Treasurer, BENNY RICE Reporter. JOAN LEAK Parliamentarian, RANDY LINN Sponsor, MARIE BAILEY Beta Club r 1 JK y Band Director WAYNE WASHAM L-. Band Sweetheart SHELBY McCOLLUM Drum Majorette JUDY GIBBS Flaggers JUDY NOLAN - SHELBY McCOLLUM - JUDY KING - LINDA DEARMOND LINDA BAILEY ANN LIGHT HEAD MAJORETTE BRENDA EDWARDS The Arabian Majorettes CATHERINE ELLIS Woodwinds " iiiniwH Brass Percussion Band Officers President, PHIL THROWER Vice-President, TERESA MURPHY Secretaries, ANN LIGHT JUDY GIBBS JUDY KING Treasurer, JUDY NOLAN Reporter, Roger Pearman f Q 1 Si f Senior Band Members ATHLETICS J Coaches Head Coach - HAROLD BENTLEY Assistants - FRANK CAMP HUGH STEWART RAY HOLDER Co-Captains JOHNNY HYATT - ROGER KING Senior Knights RIGHT ENDS Roger King, Dick Bagwell Bob Elrod RIGHT TACKLES Glenn Walker, Kenneth Brothers John Calloway, Loyd Coleman RIGHT GUARDS Nicky Larkin, Donny Parker Edwin Cooley, Don Allen CENTERS Sammy Waldrop, Robert Bentley Johnny Hyatt LEFT GUARDS George Bright, Edwin Reed Tommy Bishop, Robert Glenn LEFT TACKLES Leslie Click, Kelly Dearmond Tony Martin " " TT.TF nri ' r TT .. ' I ' .tA LEFT ENDS James Edwards, Michael Mardis Glenn Spann QUARTERBACKS Gary Thrower, Jerry Ponder Larry Black RIGHT HALFBACKS Jimmy Briscoe, Billy Williams FULLBACKS Truman Green, Frank Miller LEFT HALFBACKS Charlie Holloway, Mack Darnell MANAGERS Bruce King, Benny Lyon THE ARAB! Knights Tame Albert ' die 7-6 In Season Opener Here .k Stars on ;nse, Calloway Defense; Arab !ts Cullman Fri . thf 13th, a hard li{ ;b team that would • after bcinj; behind Arob Homecoming Is i ' " --- ' ,1h, h " ' l " " { " " ' " " ' " " T Kl- L A Cleveland to.,k the socnnd lialll " a ' ttTback who ran w Tomorrow Night As kiokoff and. in three plavs. inov-2 ball same of 13 I.. 1 Arab Plays Oneonta cd to the Panther 41t but at Ihis-ty ) ' cll sums up lasl I ruu riuya wiicw lu . _ stiffen ' s football jjame betw. The Arabian Knights, playing! Coach Hush O ' Shiclds fielded : od. Charlie Holloway. playins de-- Hancevdle at Har viihout the services of first string! a hardhitting, aggressive b;dl i fensivc Ruard for Arab, John Cai- Iiiartcrback Larry niack and most team at Cleveland Friday niKht ; loway, Arab tackle, and I oyd " -Mc Uarnell s Hancev )f the game without veteran full-! and the I ' anlhcrs finished with a! Coleman. Arab tackle, hit a Clove- Pca to two quick tou )ack Truman Green outlasted! 14 to 6 ictorv over Coach Harold j land back causing him to fumble. " - ' ic nrst quarter a he Alhertvillc Aggies seven to Bentlcy ' s Arabian Knights. They then recovered the ball. ' 1 to with over t( Arab did not get up a full ; Arab then moved the ball on " eft in the f.r.st ..tan head of steam until after the half ! down to Clevelan.ls 24.yard Imd as .f the Knights w. and the Knights were behind 7 = where it went over to the P -aXa n f th 1 Arab Journeys to Hanceville for a Game Friday Night lix in the opening gam e of the ;eason for both teams at Arab asl Friday night The Albertville team, having to at that time. Cleveland gotiMiers on downs. ! .seven first down. . 103 yards rush- ' ,„ , , , , „ . , fast and quickchargi . Cleveland couldn! move against p„gg settled down wcrhousel ing, 18 yards passing, and seven ; ij,,. awakened Arab defense and j ,g„a„ g,, . :, „,„! :i to havej points in the first half. Arab had ; ,,„ntj,j ,o the Arab 3.5 where I ' on-j of dumpin " oi )reseason billing as county cham )ions and possibly a po n North Alabama, proved , , I big but slow line that failed three first downs, 56 yards ru.sh- ; jt-r gathered the ball in and. clear the way for two good ing. si. yards passing, and no j skipped back to Cleveland ' s T(i ' his nrizi " (,{{vns lacks— Quarterback Bruce Peck! points at the end of the fu-.st h — • - ' -■ j :.-.... . los.ses. Then CoacI: md Fullback Truman Duckett. { jc,.,.y Ponder. Arab safetyma Arab unveiled a relatively light; raced 82 yards on a punt relui )ut quick moving line that out- jn the third quarter for tl :harged the Aggies and broke Knights ' only score of the gam hrough se eral times on defense Charles Tidwell, Cleveland ha throw Alhertvillc backs for hack, took the ensuing kiekc osscs. The Knight backficld miss- and rambled 3.5 yards for ( ' le ;d Larry Black, the liig quarter- land ' s second and final tou( )ack who broke a collarbofre in clown. Other than Tidwell ' s lo iracticc before the first game, nm (he Knights held Clcvela md suffered from the loss of jn check during the second h ' ullback Truman Oreen who re •ei ed an ankle injury on Aral) ' ' irst offensive play against Al lertville. Green has a chippe( )one in his ankle and may bo ou or several weeks. Arab dominated the play dur ng the first half and rolled to a ouchdown with a minute and 5 ' ! ieconds left in the first quarter. rab picked up si.x fiist clowns ind .5fj yards rushing in th fir.st lalf while Alhertvillc got three irst downs, 22 yards rushing, and 16 yards passing. Albert illc came back strong n the second half and brce .ed o a touchdown with a minute and 19 seconds left in the third quar- er. The Aggies headed downfield igain in the fourth quarter toward vhat looked like a winning touch- ioun against the tiring Knights frav — Larry Black, j . The J. B. Pennington Tigers, _ laspound junior qua Blountsville. ranked .seventh in vho has recovered frc the slate in their clas.s. came to gson collarbone injui Arab last I- ' nday night with a ;s bv far the outstandi rc ' .ord of six victories and one offense on the field ii tic and went home with another night. Ho sparked tl win posted toward an undefeated ,„ " two touchdowns al season. The Tigers scored in the point to - ' ive Arab lasl thirty seconds of the first st a strong o ' pponent ' an half and held on to the 6-0 edge ,reak or two, could ha to defeat the Arabian Knights. j amc. Black was playii Truman (ireen, Arab fullback, arsity game at ll came within a few ards of scor- «ck position and. as tl ing late in the first qu gathered in the ball for a [da was pulled down Irom 1; beginning at the Scottsboro 4 Larry Smith. Biountsvi. . . d ijne and reaching to Ar.ib ' ' ' ••• ' ' n burst over 11 ' ten Daw.son hit Ellis .Icfler: in the half, .limmy r.laPassing was the " Straw ' " that ; wildcat end. with a pass on Ih Cleveland fullback, interooke t!ie Knights ' backs last : „pj(t plav for a touchdown. I ' ll Ar..b pa.ss at the Clcvdday night at Scollsboro ' s j ,.., . ., and moved to Arabs 41-. nmeeoniing as the hcottsboro ■ Cleveland controlled the b during most of the first half w McClellan. Mike Thoma.son. fi back. Kddie Bryan, halfback, s Tidwell eating up the yards With less than two miniitr ;:ood an Cleveland threw four iiN ' ildeals went to the air for 315 forward passes but a ards in defeating Arab 34 to 7. foul against Arab gave jiasses figured in every Scotts- Ihers a first doWn on (,„,.„ |,„,(.h(i„wn hut one and three A running play gained touchdowns were made on pa.ss and then .McClellan ■ piays. It; yard pass to Tom ' far a ' A lillle past the midway point The victory proved costly ho ever as Larry Black. Arab ' s on staniling quarterback, suffered a other break in his collarbone TJ injury occurred early in the four! quarter when Black was pulk down at Oneonta ' s nine-yard lir after racing 70 yards on a qua rabs defense reached down for ' " ■ ' •«■ ' • ciuarterback. Mack iMine Cleveland end. _ The Panthers made " " " ' l ' ' ' " ' quarter Scottsboro ' s terbaek keeper play His colla point on the groiiml nuarlerhack, Robert Dawson, bone was first broken durin 7 to lead al halftini ' ' f i ' a P ss lo Tommy McNeill, practice before the Knight ' s opci halfback, who was all alone and ' " ' - ' f- ' me of the season again; Alhertvillc. Black plaved an ou Frank Miller, fulll ■eserve strength left and, in a iupremc effort, stopped Albert- .ille at the 19yard stripe. The Knights then held on until the ;ame ended. Roger King, end, and .lohn Cal- oway. tackle, were oiitslaiiding in halfback, and Rilly Williams, ha back, picked up most of . ral ardage in the first half, .lust I fore the half ended C-itry Thm er. Arab quarterback-halfback most got away for a louchdi ' Wii the kickoff following Clevel.ii; ' ) ' ! (ouchdown. He r ' luincd the Ki ' ! standing game on both offcni and defense again.st Oneonta. The win was a sweet ictor f (he Knights as the favored Oneoi ta team came into the game spor ing a record of four wins an two lo.tses for the season Th Redskin hari defeated both Clevi l;inri nnrl RlAiints ' itIp whn nn 10c PER COPY man9 ' Stl " SlL ' GCnie ' FHdTv M Guntersville It took only 38 seconds last riday night for the Arabian .niyhls, a group of youngsters ' ith a burning desire to play jotball, to trim a sizeable num- er oi the Cullman Bearcats ' laws betore an overflow crowd t Legion Field in Arab. The fast and classy Knights uniptd Culbnan from the ranks tcrback Floyd ConncU swept around left end for a touchdown on the fourth down play. Connell and fullback I at Patterson were workhoi ' ses for Cullman on the touchdown drive. The try for ex- tra point failed and Arab was still ahead 7 to 6. Arab took the kickoff and, picking up a couple of first downs, f the undefeated and broke Cull- j was forced to punt with Spann lau ' s 16-game winning streak ath a 9 to 6 victory. The Beur- ats ' last loss was two years ago } Decatur by one point. People were still seeking their eats when the Knights let it be nown they were not to Ix; up- et by last year ' s sl ate champions. ;ullnian ' s kickoff went into the nd zone and Arab took the ball n its 20 yard line. On the first play Mack Darnell, Lr;ib hallback, picked up two ards. Then the winning play of he ball game got underway. Tru- lan Green, speedy Knight full- lack, took a handoff from quar- erback Larry Black, slanted over ight tackle, cut to the sideline, lowed to pick up blocking, and hen streaked 78 ards for u loucli- lov n. Beaicats were still falling rom the blocking of Arab play- 1 as the Knights look- and did not play up „„ t e Arab 18 ious ballhawking stan- the other hand the lounty High Wildcats ve and determination erything but score on lofting one to the Cullman 28 The punt was returned to the Cullman 40 and a pass play netted 17 yards for the Bearcats. Green intercepted a Cullman aerial at Arab ' s 23 and got to his own 39 before being pulled down. Green, Darnell, and filack moved the hull nil fln .un«; In rnllniail ' S 41- The Arabian Knights dropped ' e game, " Arab was their next-fo-the-last game of the ' " we were fortunate season to the IJuntsville Panthers " ° ' S ' ' " ' with a by a score of 27 to 6 last Fridav night. Arab now has a record of ' ' ! ' - ' t " ' the opening ! three games won, four lost and ' ' " ' Wildcat 33 and mov- i Guntersville battled [ at their own 27, on a wet field before j will Beard, Guntersville quar crowd at Gunters- | terback, engineered a drive tha Friday night with a carried to Arab ' s 25-yard line. Oi .:kle of rain falling oft | o,y„ pj y Truman Greei pughout the night. jaud ellv D e A r m o n d, Aral t was the wet weather | tackle, broke through and haulec ened the spirit oi Beard down for an eight-yard loss ! The Wildcats then punted deac ch Harold Bentlev said. Larry Black, Arab quarterback Green, Mack Darnell, halfback I and Bilh- ' Williams, halfback, pick ' I ed up a first down and gained to I the Arab 34 where Guntersville I halted the Knights. Spann punted I to the Guntersville ' 3.8 as the first I quarter ended. i Arab ' s line stiffened and held i the Wildcats to two yards with j Gunters ' .iile kicking to the Arab i2C. i Green, Williams and Darnell two ties. The Knights go to Glen- he 40. Two runnin,_ , , . „ coe tomorrow night (Fridav) for a Pass netted only one i gamed nine yards m thrt-e plays the final game of the season. The a " " " sides penalty set and Arab punted to the Gunters- Glcncoe game was rained out on « Ih 36. Guntersville ' s : ville 43 on fourth down. its scheduled date of Nov. 1. " -aken by Jerry Ponder A leaky pass defense was again " 34 and he got to the the downfall of the Knights. Huntsville ' s quarterback, KenGfcen, Knight fullback, irs when Green crossed the goaljiBevis, as smooth a passer as Arab ' - " yards and Arab ' s inc. Only 38 seconds had elapsec ! has met this season, completed !ed down. Glenn Spann ; to the Arab 32. Beard threw two n the uame. I eight passes of 19 attempted for ; Guntersville ' s 26 and j incomplete passes and the ball liioyl J- " -- ' • • ■ " " " " " " ' " ' ' ' " " ■ " • l " . ' 1 ... " " f «_-! Knights ended Beard completed two passes for 24 yards and gained a first down on the Knights ' 33. Two running! plays netted six yards but a five-, yard penalty set Guntersville back ' (.nights Win Over Oneonta J 4 to In Homecoming Tilt frirconcjb Knights Finish Football Mee Tho Sedson on 16-7 Victory Giencoe Next Team Arab To Tlu- Arabian Knights, lookii ike the smooth-working ball cl if the first three games of t cason, soundly thrashed the Oi inta Redskins 14 to last Frid light before a near-capaci y hon ;oniing crowd at Legion Field . Giencoe Downed ot Their Homecoming; Fights Spoil Gome rabian ' .ball season last Frida - ipsetting Glencoe ' s home- ' esti ' ities with a score 7 in favor of Arab, lall shirttail full of fans, ved damp cold weather le game, had hardly set- leir seats before the fire- works began. Jerry Ponder, Arab ' s punt return and kickoff return specialist, gathered in the Gien- coe kickoff at the Knight 17 and. beliiiid excellent blocking, raced llirough Glencoe ' s team down the sidelines for an 83-yard touchdown gallop. Ed Reed ' s extra point kick was wide but the Knights !iad ai 6 to ede.e with only 12 seconds gone in the gilmc. Giencoe took the ensuing kick-| off and picked up a first dovvn| but the Yellow Jackets " attack fizzled, at their 49. Giencoe Punt-1 Arabian Knights B Team i V 0 -7 68 % Tommy Griffin, Tim Bishop, Nicky Larkin, Forrest Phillips, Jack Calloway, Bob Elrod, Jerry Clark, Rayford Merritt, Bryce Tompkins, Sid Presley, Jimmy Hollaway, Randell Coker, Dennis Chambers, Waylon Dunn, Roger King ' 63 Junior Knip;hts ,§,.■« u xt.s!« ' ' ■«- i ♦ i.«r »■ Junior High Cheerleaders " %- Co-Captains . f. " - -.- ! w WAYNE GLENN - DREW WOODY Football Trophies Defensive Lineman _- JOHN CALLOWAY Sportsmanship ROGER KING Offensive Lineman JOHNNY HYATT Bemon Lyon Sportsmanship ROBERT GLENN Defensive Back - CHARLES HOLLA WAY Offensive Back - JIMMY BRISCOE J FOOTBALL BANQUET Speaker Coach Gene Stalllngs Coach Harold Bentley Doctor Ellis F. Porch SEASON ' S RESULTS .H.S. Oppon 7 Albertville 6 13 Hanceville 13 9 Cullman 6 Guntersville Blountsville 6 7 Scottsboro 34 6 Cleveland 14 14 Oneonta 6 Huntsville 27 16 Glencoe 7 Football Cheerleaders MARGARET WRIGHT SALLY BEARFIELD Head Cheerleader JOAN LEAK GLENDA HORNSBY ANNETTE LIGHT JUDY CONSTANT KATHRYN BOBO Senior High Basketball DANNY COOLEY J. L. GRACE ROGER KING GARY LIGHT EDWIN WALKER LARRY BLACK JIMMY HYDE DENNIS MEINERT GARLON SHEPPARD SAMMY WALDROP BILLY WILLLAMS ]r 4 0 Senior Hish B Team JAMES EDWARDS DANNY STISHER JERRY PONDER SHIRRELL NESMITH MARVIN DECKER SID PRESLEY RICHARD KELLEY JERRY CLARK DONALD KING GLENN WALKER MANAGERS BOB JOHNSON - RUDY HAYES knights Open Basketball Arab Cagers Hit Stride; Season Under New Coach Drop Boaz,Ryan In Rov Knights Win 81 to 65 Ovei Albertville ' oach Hufih Stewart ' s Arabian islits basketball squad opens 196364 case season Friday ht, November 29. at the Arab iinasium. The " B " game with I Hi h School starts at 6:30 I. and the A " game gets un- way at 8:00 p.m. ' his will be Coach Stewart ' s t ytar at Arab High, He came e from Boaz High School where coached basketball for three rs. posting a record of 14 vie- ies against 11 losses in 1962- 3. :oach Stewart is a graduate of itlsboro High School where he » an ;ill-.state guard on the has- ball team. He attended Snead lior College. Boaz. for two years a ba.sketball scholarship. His I two years of college were com- ted at Huntington College, nlgomcry. where he also had )asketbull scholarship. He grad- ed from Huntington in June. iO. ?oach Stewart is married to the mer Siroby Ashley of Ft. ' Wal- I Beach. Florida. They met ile students at Huntington, ach and Mrs. Stewart reside at ) Fir.st Avenue. S. E.. Arab, and ic one son. Jeff, who is two irs of age. " oach Stewart will field a fair- fa t iiiid tall basketball team s season at Arab. Six Icltcrmcn ; back from last year ' s squad il several " U " team players, ve mo ed up to the varsity team.) ach Stewart said the Knights uld utilize the " Fast Break " d do a lot of running this sea- 1. Knighl letleruien returning arc iger Knig, 6 " 3 " forward; Jim- . Hyde. 6 ' 4 " ' forward: J. L. ace. 5 10 " guard; Oanny Cool- . ' guard: Gary Light. 5 ' lO " ard: and Larrv Black, 6 ' 2 " cen- r. Ed Walker. 6 ' 3 " " tall, is al- pliiymg ci-ntcr. Arob Bees Hold Lead, Beat Eva Bees Take Third Straight Victory; Fort Payne Next By Rudy Hayes 3. the . •■ Tuesday night. Dec " " J ian Knights hit the winnin; " L with their first Arab Bees Defeat Albertville Bees For Eighth Victory their first basketball of the season by downing 53-47. It was the first win i ■( ;ison for the Knights, an I ach Hugh Stewart ' s first ' ■ ; ,tb :oach Stewart is the f ...sketball coach from Boaz Billv Williams and Dennis " " ' ■v " ' ; t sparked the Knights ' Monday ni hl. January fi. tl h VViUi;ims getting 16 Arabian Knights jolted a victoi u ' ,(i Meincrt 13. Meinert wa minded Aggie team 81 to G.-j rebounder with 9 and Wi Arab. The Knights got reveni had 7 rebounds. trom an earlier defeat from tl High scorer for Boaz was Aggies and ran their season recoi BASKETBALL COACH— . -ju -jg points ° ' ' ' ' ' ' " O " " losses, u ' ' u ' u " 7 c ' ! " ! I ' he Arab Bees kept up ' ° ' ' ' Knight cagers hit douh coach at Arab High School .. j „ . .(efeatin, [ ' " ' •es ' " l dmg the Km. ht j this fall fronr, t „„„ c k-j tji v, ,„„ tack. J. L. Grace and Billy W liams were leading scoremen wii ARAB Hugh Stewart ball He came to Arab Boaz High School. ' Boaz Bees 66-53. High scor Arab was Kelly with 19; N ' l action this year 5 ' arc Garlon Shcf made 15. and Walker 12, 16 each, followed bv Roger Kii c.arioii " ' ■■ - . p.„._ ,.,_ „ ,.: :.u icwith 15, and Larry Black with I pard, 5 ' 6 " guard; Sammy walc f 5° : , . I ' tnmv Hvde plaved a good d rop. 6 " center; Dennis Meinert, t The Kn.ghts .unirneyed c f .a„,p ;„ " keeping the i 1 " forward; and Billy William. ' last Friday niuht. " ec. b j. . ,. , j,; ,,, AlbertWl 5 ' 8 " " uard came away with a close o6-| , . ll oi .Arabs games this . tory over the Red Devils. Th( throw attempts. will be played at night with " B games starting at 6:30 p,m, an " A " ' games beginning al 8:00 p.n Leading the The 19()3-19G4 Knight sclicdul Kni-hts were J, 29 were Stanficid with 14 and Morti with 11, Hiuh Cagers hit " . ' 2 of .. . . their eighth straiirht victory 1 attack foi downing the .Aggie Bees L. (Iracc V ' ' -h scoremen for Arab Arab Cagers Win Two and Lose One joints and Dennis Meinert Sherrill Ne.smith with 14, 12, Jimmy Uvde ;ind Ko-ci James Fdwards with 11, Hi • " --- ' -iillc were Dennev » ARAB CAGERS ai Knight Bees Roll to Sixth Straight Win By Rudy Hayes The Arabian Knights o.iened leir cage season la.st Friday ght. Nov 29 against Eva at Arab, In the opening game Arab ' s ecs defeated the Eva Bees by a •ore of 63 to 30. High score man )r Arab was Richard Kelly with 1. Clark scored 12 with Nesnuth High score man for Eva was irinkard with 10 and Jennin ' .;s ,ith 8. Arab led throughout the ame with quarter scores as fol- :.... i;.7 Hfi.M : V2 " 63-30. cContinued From Page 1) DeKalb County and squeaked by Ft. Payne 46 to 44. J. L. Grac€ d the scaring for Arab with 17 point while jimmy Hyde scored 1 points and Roger King ten. Lyi scored 24 points t . Ft. Payne. Tue.sd.ny night. December 10 q-yj Knight Bees »von their fift Arabs cage team was host to thtgjrgjght ga.ne this season as th( Guntersville Wildcats with GuUm j jf j}i ,he Ft, Payne Bees 53 1 tersville outscoring the Knights H ' OEAvards racked up 24 poin to 55. c;untersville led throughou .,,. ;( ab and Kelly 16. Graffei the game, stead scored n;«e pfliuts for I J, L, (irace was high scorer fopj y g .■ Arab with 23 points, Roger Kinj Tuesday night, Dtc, " H7. .A.r had 12 points and Billy William; .,gt Oneonta at .-Vfab and wi 12. Scotty Harrison made 16 point:, game 45 to 43. Roger Ki for Guntersville and Collins sacke(„p.,gj 17 points for Arab and Bil 18. Williams scored ten points. Gr( a The Knight Bees picked up thci y scored 20 points for Oneon J fourth viitory b; upsetting an un y ab ' s Bees made it six in defeat;. 1 (;iinters ille B team 52 tt j, . j,y defeating Oneonta ' s 47. .NeSinilh sparked Arabs Beo; , g ,q j ,„ 3 lopsided gam lams with 12, rrow niaht, F ' riday. J.i: . ,e Knights will mevi D.. R, team from -■Vrab court, Let " s all i.in,,rt till with 22 points, Waldrop hit net for 14 points and Keliv ' ■ ' Clark scored 30 points for A:i while NeSmith and Walker eat 13 for . r;ib. Black and Waisoig j, jg points each scored ten points for Gur xonight (Thursday) Arab trave tersville, ,0 Albertville for the last game b Last Friday night Arab invade, e Christmas Holidays. DAR lost a game and a player at Arab Friday night. Besides [ dropping the game to the Knights i J 42-41, they lost the services of; Wade Benton, probably for thej season, when he broke his foot in a fall on the court. 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Financing - No Down Pa Tnents Paints and Varnishes Paint Brushes and Shellac Floor Tile and Cement Felt Paper 15 and 30 Bath Room Tile Board Ply " wood and Masonite Ceiling Tile Fencing Wire Chain LirLk Fences Metal Roofing Nails Window and Door Units Lawn Mcwers Formica Table Tops Kitchen Sinks Aluminum Screens Sheet Rock Screen Doors Electric Wiring Pipe Fittings Well Pumps Screen Wire Cabinet Hardware Phone 586-4158 Arab, Alabama ALABAMA COCA-COLA BOHLING COMPANY WOODROW HINDS INSURANCE AGENCY YOUR Insurance " SERVES ndependent AGENT Fire and Inland Marine - Insurance Casualty Insurance WOODROW HINDS ROBERT COX COSBY-QUINN MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS Phone 586-3134 Air Conditioning Plumbing - Heating - Sheet Metal o mmmT 111 Second St. , S. W Arab, Ala. GOOD food Malts, Shakes Sandwiches 405 North Main Street Phone 586-4855 COMPLETE INCOME TAX SERVICE STATE AND FEDERAL REASONABLE RATES DONALD KING " In Beautiful Scant City ' Arab, Alabama SJ(2) t ( { WCo) Jantzen for Bovs and Girls Boys ' Levis O. K. BARBER BEAUTY SHOP Specializing in Permanents - Bleaching - Tinting Beauty Operators MARTHA HARDEN, Mgr. JEAN MORRIS, Op. SHELBY JEAN MILLER, Op. Main Street in Arab Barbers CURTIS GREEN ELMER RIGSBY Phone: 586-2293 i STAR CLEANERS OFUVEP ' r A y " -r - r ! FROM THE DESK OF NICK COTTIS COTTIS - BELMONT STUDIOS ' WE ENJOYED BEING YOUR OFFICIAL PH OT OGR A PHER ' NICK COTTIS BELMONT STUDIOS 214 1 2 North 18th Street Birmingham, Alabama Compliments of MARK ' S DISCOUNT STORE SKELTON ' S STUDIO Two Miles South of Arab Birmingham Highway ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE THE BETA CLUB BEST WISHES Po H r ST4FF OF ThB yRRMBIAN T Xft oX) BJISTNESS MANAGER " ft6U) :--Dn ' OR ' . iL ' ■ " o eA. %cM QjiwiySldj CLASSES EDI OR SUBSCRI PTIONS EDITOR -J JocaOM C-AaJCL y SNAPS OT EDITOR vH yJ A j J . ADVERTISING MANAGER OF.GANIZATTONS EDITOR I. ADVISOR SPORTS EDITOR COPY EDITOR ■if. -( I. ■ Arab High School Alma Mater Here ' s to thee, dear Alma Mater May thy glory never die Happy hours we ' ve spent together Beneath the halls of Arab High High School- days are swiftly fleeting Soon we ' ll leave thy halls Ne ' er to hold another meeting ' Neath thy hallowed walls So farewell, dear Alma Mater May thy name we pray Be remembered pure and stainless As it is today Alma Mater, we must leave thee Thou hast been a mother kind Sweet shall be thy memory ever Of these friends we leave behind ! Q ffs TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY The World ' s Best Yearbooks Are Taylor-made " ■jT 3 . " »i 1. ln ii r eamoHt sniDio ' " °i 1 ■ ■ ■ ' - ' V ! ' . ' P " I ;5 VM j «e ' -. ' Sw- ' , i ' ' ' ' ■ ' ■ ' i v-A-1 i ».».


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