Arkansas High School - Porker Yearbook (Texarkana, AR)

 - Class of 1958

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Locke Superinlenrlenl Board 0f Education ,ps Seated left to rlght Dr Karlton Kemp Chairman A P Cox Harrlson Grace Nunn Cfmdlett and Joe Lavender Secretary Standing Heron Ros Dr W H Rnchardson C W Vander lrce V NI Locke Supermtendent and S B Wxlham Dxrector of In tructmn TEXARKANA PUBLIC SCHOOLS orncs or -rua: sursmwrznoln-r TEXARKANA ARKANSAS The Student Body Senior High School Texarkana, Arkansas This letter has been a matter of grave concern to me What can I possibly say that would have real meaning and significance to you as you look to the future? In the shadows cast by Sputnik I and Sputnik II, with the whole world in confusion and turmoil, what might offer a ray of hope, what miffht point to a brighter future than is readily apparent? General Omar Bradley, in an address to the American Legion said, 'With the monstrous weapons man already has, humanity is in danger of being trapped in this world by its moral adolescence Our knowledge of science has clearly outstripped our capacity to control it We have many men of science, too few men of God We have grasped the mystery of the atom and regected the Sermon on the Mount Man is stumbling blindly through a spiritual darkness while toying with the precarious secrets of life and death. The world has achieved brilliance without wisdom, power without conscience. Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants. We know more about war than we know about peaceg more about killing than we know about living. This is our Twentieth Century's claim to distinction and progressn. This is an awful indictment of my generation. What a sad legacy we offer to you. In all this darkness, is there not some ray of light? Our very survival as a nation of free men seems to demand an acceleration of our scientific activities. But along with that we must bring into our lives that element which will direct our achievements in science toward building a better world. The future is by no means hopeless. Upon the shambles of the present age, you and your generation can lay the foundations for a better and brighter tomorrow. Jesus said, "A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another". How well that commandmaxt is followed will determine the legacy which your generation will pass on to those who follow you. That you may meet the challenge more bravely and more successfully than did those who have gone before is my earnest prayer. Sincerely, fy Dear Students : Superinten nt L I V , ff?-afiJfi55fi3f'M" .?' 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Future Homemakers Future Teacher Speech Club Pep Squad lla ketball 56 Club james Bench l' K lub Choru Speech Club Track 56 Lollene Bennett lNat1onal Honor SOClCly Allled Youth NIed1cal Club Porker Ad Collector 56 Sclence Club ,lunlor Clas lcal Lea ue Future Teacher Future Homemaker Planlst 56 57 Euterplan Club Ctrl State Band 56 57 58 Sophomore Band Lteutenant Xll State Band 56 17 58 ,I ohn Bleloh -Xllled Youth Nledlcal Club .lunlor Cla 1cal League Future Tladesmen Speech Club AIHCIICBUI m Club Wllllam Blackburn Iumor Classlcal League Edwln Bleler Porker Illustrator Allred Youth T Club Jumor Classical League Future Teach ers Football 56 57 58 Track 56 57 58 All State Football Honorable Men tmn 57 Second Team All State 58 s . , , 4 7 . 24. , , s. ' ' , - l . ' s. - t . - 4 , . t . . . , . , , . . . . . . - - . ,- ' ' A A 1 . . , .-.. .. N ,, . . s . . - ' ' , ., S. . ' ' . . 54 ' '. '57. '58. Americanism Club. Driving ' I . T s. a . , L . l I . V u . r 1 . ' . . ' , .s' g . 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Dorothy Brantley Future Bu mess Leaders Drrvrng Club Alfa Brasuell T Club Scrence Club Presrdent Base ball 56 57 58 Basketball 56 57 58 Qenror Favorrte Bonrta Brasuell Future Tradesmen Future Homemak ers Speech Club Bruce Brooks Allred Youth T Club Scrence Club Future Teachers Football 56 57 58 Track 56 57 58 Senror Play Commrt tee Amerrcanrsm Club Janrce Brown Allred Youth Scrence Club Future Club Anrerrcanrsm Club Pep Squad Pat Burns Allred Youth Scrence Club Football 56 Colf Team 56 57 58 Amerrcanram Club Roy Chambers Amerrcanrsm Club Allred Youth Med rcal Club Scrence Club Future Teach ers Houbh Collrns Allred Youth Junror Classrcal League Future Teachers Track 56 Allen Copelrn Future Tradesmen Harry Cornelrus Allred Youth T Club Future Trades men Football 56 57 Track 56 Foot ball Manager 58 S. , . . . y . - . g - S S 4' S 6 S , , , , , . ., , ' , . . 7 7 I 5 4 6 5 .. , , V 6 6 6 ' ' I I I - . Q . A Y Teachers, Future Homemakers, Spanrsh . . , . 4 . 9 . F 4 . . . - I 7 V Y I 4 ' . 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Brenda Crawford Chorus, Future Tradeemen, Future Homemakere Vrce Preardent Pep Squad llddre Anne Crowell Allred Youth Future Bu me s Leader ,lunror Classrcal League Chorua l'uture Homemaker Dow re Cunnrngham Allred Youth Chorua Future Trades nren Future Hrmemaker Speech Club Drrvrng Club Bea Cupp ,lunror Clawrcal league l'uture Trades men Barbara Dane Chorus Future Homemaker James Daw rs Allred Youth Scrence Club Drrwrn Club ,loan Dans Natronal Honor Socrety Allred Youth ture Teachers Spanrsh Club Euterpran Club Band 56 57 58 Pub 1Clly Charrman 58 Dance Band Senror Play AllState Band 57 58 Amerrcanrm Club Herald Trumpeter 58 Ken Dans Student Councrl National Honor Soc retv Treasurer Porker Sports Edrtor Allred Youth Medrcal Club T Club Scrence Club Reporter 57 Spanrsh Club Vrce Presrdent 57 Boys State Foot b 56 57 58 Track 56 57 8 Basketball 58 Zelma Davrs Allred Youth Scrence Club Future Tradesmen Drrll Team Pep Squad Henry Dean Future Tradesmen Future Farmere 4 . ' , s' s s. . . , V '7 . Y l 'Q N 7- . r S. . L. ' S. Porker Ad Collector, Science Club, Fu- . Y 9 l . . . - - , , . , l . , . , . . . . - - - , . s v ' A - 7. , . 9 . 1 , , . . , . ' w . . , , - ' H Q ' . . r 4 . . all , . , , . 5 . 5 I 7 . Y Travis Dowd Student Council. Allied Youth, T Club, Junior Classical League. Future Trades- men-Vice President. Sophomore Class- Vice-President. Junior Class-President. Betty Jo Durham Future Tradesmen. Future Homemakers. Jo Ann Dyer Allied Youth Future Homemakers 'Speech Klub Driving Club Billy Raw Duncan Future Trade men Janice Evlns l'uture Bu mem Leadere fhorus 56 Pep Squad Tommy Fincher 'Xllxed Youth lm ely nn Fltzllandolph Razorback Qtaff 'Xllted Youth Porlxer Ad Collector Future Teachera Frances Fowler allied Youth Choru Future Trade Drum Club Blllle Jean Freeman Speer ll flub fafeterta qtaff Willie C1bbonQ Student Council D6 D1 N8tl0DHlH1H or Socletw Yice Pre ldent Allied Youth T Club Junior Cla ical Lea ue Vice Pre tdent 37 Football Nlanager 56 or Qemor Plav Golf Team Amerlcam m Club A g Q 4- - S . J S' .. I 3 ', . . I V . . , . ' . ' F. s- men. Future l-lomemakers. Pep Squad. . 5. ,-.. . . , 1 - ' . SS. g I . - S- .- i g 5 y .--- YWHQQ is D! .qsvvvb Wllbur Glles Student Counctl 56 57 58 Vtce Pres tdent D7 Pre ldent 58 Natlonal Honor Soclets Allred Youth xIEd1CBl Club lre tdent 37 58 T Club Scxence Club Iumor Clas lcal Lea ue Football 56 37 ao Box State Track 56 57 58 Ba ketball Q6 37 58 Semor Play All State Football 58 Honorable Mentlon Xmertcam m Club Senlor Favorite Gary Goldman Allred Youth Scxence Club Chorus Pre ldent Football 57 58 Edu ard Cordon Allred Youth ,lunlor Classlcal League Future Teacher Football 56 57 Am ertcam m Club Becky Green Student Councll Alhed Youth Future Bu me s Leaders Treasurer ,luntor Cla s Secretary Future Homemakers Speech Club Cheerleader Amerrcamsm Club Secretary Seruor Favorrte Robert Haak Nledtcal Club Scrence Club ,lumor Cla lcal Lea ue Euterptan Club Band 56 57 58 enxor Play Amertcarxsm Club Dele ate to Semlnar of American Studie Don Hamllton Scrence Club Cafeterla Staff Pat H3mllt0H Nattonal Honor Society Razorback Staff Alhed Youth Nledtcal Club Office As ltant Future Homemakers Future Teachers Spanlsh Club Secretary 57 Pep Squad Reporter 56 Cheerleader 'Xmertcam In Club Dele ate to Seml nar rf American Studie Robert Townsend Oscar Hanmbal l'uture Tradesmen Prestdent Future Farmer Spee h Club Sylua Harper Natlonal Honor Society Allred Youth Porltez -Kd Collector Sclence Club ,lu mor Cla lcal Lea ue 0ff1C6 Asst tant Future Teachers Amerlcanlm Club Pep Squad Senior Play Commtttee Nedra Harrls Allled Youth Future Busmess Leader Pre ldent Semor Class Secretary F ture Homemaker Future Teacher Homecommg. Queen Semor Plav Chalrman Amerlcantm Club Offlce As lstant Senlor l'awor1te Gracle Hart es Allled Houth Future Busmess Leader Offlce Asststant Future Homemakers Drxll Team Speech Club Pep Squad Amertcant m Club Vlrgtma Hat ood Allred Youth Future Bu me s Leader Library Club Future Homemaker Ba ltetball .37 08 Anlertcanlsm Club Dy onls Helms Allled Youth Nledtcal Club Porlter Ad Collector Future Busmess Leaders Sctence Club Llbrary Club Future Teachers Future Homemaker Spanlsh Club Dr1ll Team Speech Club Pep Squad Amer1can1mClub Drlvlng Club Brut L Henderson Sue Henderson Natmonal Honor Soctetv Porker ASSOCI ate l'd1tor Allied Youth Nledncal Club Future feacher Choru Offtcer 56 57 Euterplan flulv Semor Plat 'XIIICTIPHD 1 nl Club Drum Club 5I!3I'll h flub Pre ulent Semor Fawortte B Hentx Allred XouthY1ce Pre lclent Medxcal Club T Club Future Teachers Foot ball 57 58 All State l'o:tball D8 Hon orable Nlentton Benm Herrln ton Future Trade men Speech Club Jtm Herx ex Allted Xouth Sctence Club Future Farmer Speech Club Semor Plav Comnuttee Xmertcam m Club Anne Hocl e Razorback Staff Future Bu me s Lead ers Offtce As 1 tant Future Homemak ers Spamsh Club Amertcam m Club 'Y i' 'kin 1""'Q ali-1" if Ruth Jane Holmes Xmerlcamsm Club Allied Youth Chor us Mrompamt Future Homemaker hee Presldent Euterplan Club Band 56 D7 08 Dance Band Semor Plav DAR Cood Cmzen All State Hand 36 57 D8 Senlor Favorlte Jlmmy Hood Future Tradesmen Caroly n Hopkms Allred Youth Future Bu mess Leader Speech Club AIHCTICHDI m Club Senlor Favorlle Patsy Hou ell Allled Youth Future Tradesmen Drxv mg Club Haze Hudson Nllled Youth T Club Science Club Speech Club Football 57 Track Golf Team 56 Sammy Hu hes Future Tradesmen Future Farmer Speech Club Larry Hunt Future Tradesmen Esther lrvmv Allred Youth Chorus Future Trades men Future Homemakers Speech Club Drumg Club Dale Ivey Allled Youth Future Trade men Future Teachers Speech Club Reporter Kathryn Jeans Allled Youth Llbrary Club Future Homemakers Ba ketball 06 J7 58 lN1na Jepson Allied Youth Future Business Leaders Chorus Future Homemakers Speech Club Pep Squad Cheerleader Ameri cant m flulm Noble ,lobe Future Farmers Nlaudie Jones Future Tradesmen Kathy Kemp Student Council Secretary National Honor Society Porker Ad Collector Al lied Youth Nledical Club Science Club Junior Cla sical League Nlajorette 57 Drum Nlajor 58 Girls State Band 56 57 58 Basketball 57 58 American m Club Donald Kennedy Allied Xouth Medical Club Science Club Patricia Kirwm Choru Future Homemakers hleanor Laney Future Homemakers Speech Club Band 96 57 58 First Lieutenant Herald Trumpeter 58 Wav ne Lawler Future Trade men Speech Club Base ball 56 Football 56 Senior Favorite Ross LeFevre Razorback Staff Porker Sports Editor T Club Science Club Baseball 56 57. 58 Track 56. 57 58 Basketball 56. 57. 58 Senior Play Committee. Senior Favorite. Doris Lemley Future Business Leaders, Office Assis- tant. Future Homemakers. Speech Club. Cafeteria Staff. Pep Squad. iv' Yrs -it u Nona McAdams Natlonal Honor Socrety Allled Youth Medlcal Club Future Business Leaders Junlor Classical League Chorus Offlce Asslstant Future Homemakers President 58 Future Teachers Euterplan Club AITICIICZUIQITI Club Cafeterla Secretary All State Chorus 57 Delegate to Seml nar of Amerlcan Studle Wanda 'VlcDonald Alhed Youth Future Busmess Leaders Future Homemakers Dorothy McDowell Future Homemakers Speech Club Dr: v1n Club Jimmy McGuire Future Farmer Darrell lVlc'Nlellon Allted Youth lVled1cal Club Sclence Club Baseball 56 57 58 Basketball 56 57 Amerlcamsm Club Rlchard Markham National Honor Soclety Razorback F.d1 tor Allied Youth T Club Science Club Future Teachers Span1sh Club VICC Presldent Semor Invrtatlon Commlttee Boys State Football 56 57 58 Track 56 57 58 Basketball 56 Amerlcanlsm C ub S5 b1l Martln Allled Youth Porker Ad Collector Fu ture Busmess Leaders ,Iumor Classical League Pep Squad Cheerleader Mlke Massey Sclence Club Speech Club Amerlcan 1sm Club Drlvmg Club 'Vhckey Massey Sclence Club Speech Club Amerlcan xsm Club Drnmg Club Ceorbe Matlock Allred Youth Sclence Club Future Tradesmen Speech Club Boys State , t , t t , 4, 9 - , st , L . , s- ' - q S. 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Roy Joe Meadows Future Tradesmen John Measel 'Natu nal Honor Society Allied Youtl' Science Club Spanish Club Boys State Xmerlcanl m Club Nice Pre xdent Arhel Mens -Xllied Houtli Nledical Club Science Club Junior Classical Lea ue Base ball 56 37 Q8 frack D6 57 Basket ball 16 57 38 AYTICTWBHISHI Club Dou las Miller Kllled Houth Nledical Club Science Club Future Teachers Track 57 km eritani m Club Senior Favorite Loretta 'Vl1tchell Raaorback Staff Porker Typist Future Bu me s Leaders Junior Classical Lea ue Choru Library Club Future Homemaker Homecomm Attendant Drlxln Club Nlarllwn 'Woblex Dele ate to Seminar of American Stu dies lNat1onal Honor Society Razorback Staff Allied Youth Medical Club Sci ence Club Junior Classical Lea ue Fu ture Homemakers Treasurer Future Teacher Amerltanism Club Driving Club Pre ident 67 Judie Moore -Xllied Xouth lorker Kd Collector Fu ture Bu ine s Leader Vice President Science llub l'uture Teacher Secre tarx l'uture Homemakers Speech Club Senior Play Drum Club Anna Ree Mor an Xllled Xouth Porker Ad Collector Fu ture Teacher Alan Nlorrison Student Council allied Xouth T Club lunior Cla ical Lea ue Senior Cla Pre ident Ba eball 57 Football 36 5 38 Track D1 38 Ba ketball 06 7 D8 -XllState Football 51 Honorable Xlention All State Ba ketball 56 51 Senur Fax rite . v , .. . . . , , , , - . h . 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Attendant Crrl State Senror Fasorrte Ba ketball 5t' 5 Senror Plav Amerrcanrsm Club Drrvrng Club Larr y Vest Allred Youth T Club .lunlor Classrcal League Senror Class Vrce Presrdent Football 56 57 58 Track 56 57 58 Ba ketball 56 57 58 Dale Vrckers A red Yrutlr Suencc flub Put re Teachers Spanrsh Club Speech Club Krttt Vrnes Xllred Houth Scrence Klub ,Iunror Cla srcal League Chorus Euterpran Club Senror Play Commrttee Brllx Warts if Wwe sl Z A:-aww' -:J Larry Ward Allred Youth Science Club Chorus bpantsh Club Semor Play Commlttee Drum Club Nancy W8tklHS l'uture Bu mess Leaders Offxce Assxs tant Future Homemakers Basketball Ray Watson Xllletl Youth F Club football Mana er 36 at 38 lrack 57 58 Nlanager Vxctor Welch l Club Sophomore Prestdent Football 36 D7 58 Allbtate Football 57 Hon wrahle Nlentlon Charles West Allled H ruth Nledtcal Club T Club Suence Club Junlor Cla nal Lea ue Future Teather Track 56 57 8 Ba ltetball 56 D1 Xmerlcanl m Club Senlor Famrlte Geneva Whltefleld Future Busmess Leaders Allred Youth Future Trade'-men Future Teachers Rebecca Whltlock Allred Youth Future Busmess Leader l'uture Teachers Future Homemakers Ellzabeth Wxlhlte Future Business Leaders Future Home makers Pep Squad Drtvmg Club ,I ack Wllllams Student Counctl Treasurer Natlonal Honor Society Allled Youth Medical Club hce Presldent Porker Ad Collec tor Science Club ,lunlor Classical League Presxdent Future Teachers Am erlcanxsm Club Football 56 Basketball 96 Sentor Favortte Jtmmy Wllltams Allned Youth Senlor Play Commlttee t v 1 1 v 9 U I E S , ' Q 41 06. -A 9 Y ' U .- .-- .- f- 1 U .- . t E . . , , , r . , v .- .- . 1 t s 1 1 ' a ' . 4 . . l ' . 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Class Proph cy We dipped into the future to see what was to be, To learn of the lives and fate of the class of '58 NANCY ABLES is doing all right As a nurse she dresses in white She is quick to understand And always lends a helping hand, We went to the city to see all the sights There's ROBERT ADANIS' name in lights But everyone knew that he d be a drummer Cause he practiced all the time even in summer' I hear JUDY ADDINCTON has found her man And IS living now in a moving van Her husands a cross nation walker by trade And she wants to be there when he gets paid While in school YEWOUL ALLEN was wishing That he could spend all his time hunting and fishing Now he can do it and do it all day But his sweet vnfe ays At home you must stay LANELL ANDERSON has changed her name And is living now on a lovely lane She has picket ferce and rambling rose And every week to New York she goes RUTH ANN ANC-ELL found herself hurled Among the leaders of the business world So now she s really on the top And going steady with a cop NANCY ATKINSON has fulfilled her dreams She has her own kindergarten so it seems She married a handsome man named Gerald And writes a column for the New York Herald JAMES ATTAWAY IS a broker of bonds and stocks Hes getting quite rich for he s sly as a fox He has his own office and penthouse too Id like to be in his shoes wouldnt you' NIERLENE ATTAWAY is known far and wide For all the celebrities hair she s dyed She re dyes their hair for every show And surprisingly enough her price IS low Because he tudied in Agri class DAVID ALSTIN S dream has come to pass He has his own ranch now and loves to ride Across all his land reaching far and wide BENWY 'U ERY has a garage full of cars He made his fortune in candy bars Since his fattv ry 1 one of the best He has detlded to take time for a re t l They ay his ouffle ls really a wow' He works at the Waldorf as head of all cooks Becau e his food tastes as good as it look 'NIYRA BARNES IS a fashion designer Alon thls line no one is finer Her dre ses have 1 dl tmcttve styling 'lhey re always bewltchln and beguiling RAY GENE BARNES ha learned to sing Some even think hc ound like Bing He pa ed Elvl on the chart Becau e he has won more ladies hearts RON XLD BXRRIS has won renown With his talent to get a lst down He a star as we knew he would be Watch hun Saturdays on T V SARAH BEAN ERT is the Nlanager of a big company Who specializes in sellm technicolor TV It didnt take long this bu mess to learn Cause she started Il ht out takin her turn JAMES BENCH spends much time at his drawing board Hes an efficiency designer for Ford He has a use for every nook And designed the car with the backward look. A lifelong desire of ZOLLENE BENNETT Was to be proficient at playing the spinet, Her recitals are now enjoyed by all You see she ives them in Camegie Hall JOHN BIELOH S voice has made him known Because it has that golden tone Now he has time for fun and play And gets a haircut every day Perhaps if you look into the sky Youll see WILLIAM BLACKBURN flying high He especially likes to fly his yet And may someday be a general yet Because GLENDLE BLEDSOE enjoys cars He found racing rn his stars He won the Indianapolis 500 race Because no one could match his pace ED BLEIER IS as busy as he can be Because he now has a family Hes living by the golden rule And has ten kids in the public school Anyone who will take a look Will see DOROTHY BRANTLEYS quite a coo The reason says this modest lass ls that she studied in Home Ec class ALFA BRASUELI IS a scientist having finished at Yale Success was assured we knew hed not fall He has a lab at home and three lively boys Tell me Barbara What was that noise? BONITA BRASULLL now owns an oil well She married a descendant of Alexander G Bell She has a plantation full of boys And 15 kept quite busy picking up their toys Athletics has claimed our own BRUCE BROOKS He loves the out doors more than his books At the last Olympics he made us all smile By breakm world records for the three minute mie ,IANICE BROWN who 15 now a beauticlan Is said to have married a brllllant mortlclan They have a ball working every day Her fixing their hair and him stashmg them away Some swim the channel to win their fame But the greatest swimmer PAT BURNS by name When ever in his head he gets the notion At Hexleah race track with its stable and barns The most famous Jockey IS speedy CARL CARNES His average winning are a thousand a day And everyone knrws 'lhat aint HAY ROY LHXNIBFRS a proml mg lad Seems to be taking after his Dad He wa the fir t to reach the moon And is now a retired oil tycoon HOUCH COLLINS in darke t Africa you ll see Watching bun moke on TV On the ide he edit 'll AD Yes he is quite a bu y lad Arthur Godfrey has relinquished his spot To a guy who favors him a lot ALLEN COPELAND IS his name And he is headed for nation wide fame HARRY CORNELIUS now owns a herd of cattle And from the Civil War he can relate each battle Recently on a quiz show he won flrst prize By naming the Great Lakes and telling their size r . , g , , , , . . . 9 s ' v sa 1 - - I vw ' l ' , . . . . 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T ' ' ' n n n s One slnger of whom Im sure you have heard Is none other than BRENDA CRAWFORD She has really reached the top By Slllglllg all from opera to pop EDDIE ANN CROWELL took a b1g leap The tw1ns allow her very l1ttle sleep And as we pred1ct the facts Shell have many more Razorbacks DOVIE CUNNINGHANI IS a ucce s on Broadway When the star fa1led she saved the day She plans to mayo 1n homel1fe later To her husband s wh1ms she w1ll cater BEA CUPP IS now a smgmg sensauon Her records are heard around the nat1on She got her start on The Pat Boone Show And now she IS rak1ng 1n the dough BARBARA DAVIS has become a Wlfe And seems contented wlth her l1fe Althou h she must toe the l1ne And can never pend more than a d1me at a t1me JAMES DAVIS 1 a boy scout leader It ls also sa1d h 15 a great reader He loves to tell stones and ll by the f1re But Oh how he hates to change a t1re' JOAN DAVIS IS a IYPISI But 1s better known as a psychlatrlst Her name has gone up 1n neon l1 hts And her fame has r1 en to many great hexght KEN DAVIS IS Pre ldent of the U S A Hell be lmpeached any day Hes taken up golfmg as a pa t1me And wr1tes all h1 speeches 1n rhythm an rhvme ZELNIA DAVIS 15 now Wflllng books When she comes around everyone look She wrltes my tery stones for all I hear shes reallv havmg a ball HENRY DEAIN a man of note Is capta1n of a great bl boat He salls lt on the Seven Seas And appears to do rt Wltll the greatest ea e TRAVIS DOWD a ay young lad Who everyone avs ha never been ad ls now a famou New York tallor And fashxons clothe for every Janlor BETTY JO DURHANI 1 a sweet l1ttle w1fe She also says Thr 1 the l1fe She sews he vva be he cooks And spends her spare t1me read1ng book A happy llttle H114 IQ JO ANN DYER Shes kept busy a a department tore buyer Once they even ent her to France And he came home do1n the latest dance ,lANIfE EVINS mana es an Orphanage Home She takes 1n all the chrldren who roam She loves a man we know l1ttle about On Saturday s they re found f1sh1ng for trout Who but our TONINIY FINCHER Has been on many a trek and venture As an explorer he has made a name He often goes to Ind1a to hunt fo game EVELYINN FITZ RANDOLPH IS really a doll They say that he now 1s a gun moll She IS a l1eute'1ant ID the WAFS Oh course ol Evelynn t1ll has lots of laughs FRANCES FOV IER has changed her name She IS now marr1ed to Charles NIcLe1n Page 34 ust a few words from the preachers book An she had h1m danghn from a hook Now heres a bashlul young lass Who IS seen teachmg a frrst grade class BILLIE JEAN FREEMAN as you may have guessed Seldom ever gets any rest WIIIIE CIBBOINS works hard 1t seems As a lawyer hes on the beam On week ends he runs IH the hot rod races And dur1n the week he pleads famous cases WILBUR CILES 15 a famous sawbones He cures l11s patlents of aches and groans Hes always ava1lable 1f the pnce IS r1ght Hell even come IH the dead of nlght CARY GOLDMAIN IS a famous Judge Hes 'Ur gen1us and V5 fudge We d1dnt copy from Lowell you see We changed the ptoportlons hee hee hee EDVI XRD GORDON IS a succes ful outdoorsman He catches f1 h and fr1e em 1n a pan He hunts IFOIH dayllght t1ll dark all year round Wherever theres game Ed can be found BECKY CREEN IS wearlng a new dlamond She sa1d she recelved 1t from a man named Slmon Soon to be wed shes merry and gay Happlly awaltmg her weddmg day A cul1nary artlst 111deed IS ROBERT HAAK HIS talents are known from New York to Salt Lake He wa d1 covered when he made candy 1n the play Now he cook for oc1ety every day DON HAMILTON IQ well known for what he has done He set a world peed record at the Ind1anapol1s tr1al run He dr1ves everv day at a breakneck pace He has never fa1led yet to w1n a race PAT HAMILTON has found her a man She cooks and f' eans and WHIIS on the table They re as happy as a klng and queen 1n a fable DON HANINI a boy from our h1gh school Is occasmnally found playm pool But Ju t the ame hes do1ng qlllle well Bllllllln boats and puttmg them up for sale OSCAR HANNIBAL recently pubhshed a book Its t1tle of course IS How to fool: The TCFIPCS are wrltten by Oscar hlmself And made from the mgredlents on h1s helf SX LXIA HARPER a lovely young Creature A a1nst her w1ll has become a teacher She wanted to l1ve a llfe carefree and gay But oon d1 covered there were b1lls she must pay GRACIE HARVEY IS a slght She n1anned the flrst explorers fltght She rode the satel1te up to mars And found they had wonderful candy bars VIRGINIA HAX GOOD accompames a teenage queen Wherever she goes makmg movles for the screen Actors are alway asklng her for dates Someday hell f1nd her perfect mate DYONIS HELNIS has so much v1gor and v1m That her future IS not the least blt d1m She teaches 1ng1ng from four t1ll e1ght And after that has t1me for a date BRUCE HENDERSON IS flymg a plane He marr1ed a n1ce g1rl named ,lane He l1ke nothmg more than roarmg through the s Oh goodness me how he can fly . 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A 1 1 1 ' 's , . . s ' ' . . l 1 1 . I' . . . . , T , . -. . , . . 1 , . s , s 's - . ' , . . , , . 1 1 . , . . . Y 5 ' Q , , . - . . . . 1 1 , . s ky, 1 . , , SUE HENDERSON can sttll be found danctng She prefers thts tc. romanctng She has many beaus dangltng on a strtng All wanttng to gtve her a dtamond rtng J B HENRY has turned banker To make a fortune he does hanker He works behtnd a great btg desk And loans ntoney to the very best BENNY HERRIIXCTON sells real estate How dtd he get tnto thts fate? It seems that tn hts uncles wtll He left htm an old run down mtll A good looktng playboy ts ,IINI HERVEY 'Host gtrls thtnk he ts rather nerwy Every ntght he has a date And never fatls to come tn late The other day I saw ANNE HODCE Drtvtng around tn a new Dodge Thev say she has come tnto money Ratstng bees and selltng honey RUTH JANE HOLNIES a panelt t on Whats Every Sunday at Ltndys does dtne Shes qutte a qutzzer on thts show And wtll be a uccess for years we know L1ne" A mechantc about town ts JININIY HOOD From what we te heard he s pretty good He reases and ga es and ftxes cars ftne Washes and polt hes and wave em to htne A sweet ltttle trl clerktn tn a department store Betn frtendlv and maktng people love her all the more ls CAROIYN HOPKINS the owner of the place Who ts alwaxs found dresed tn the datnttest of lace PATSY HOW ELI has marrted a scholar Every motntn slte presses hts collar Her husband 1 a part ttme tnsttrance saleman She thtnks that he 1 stmply grand HX7F HI IJSON owns a furntture store He dte not need to work any more He lead .1 av and happy ltfe xst ff pent wtth ht dar tn wt e X a State lrtoper SXXINIY HUGHES Ha uncovered mam a ttll of booie He marthe the culprtt off to Jatl And hold them there pendtng ball LXRRY HI 'NT ts the drtver of a speed boat Xnd frotn what we hear tts the fastest afloat Hes won old tttedal and trophtes galore But hts son ha ten tttnes more ESIHPR IRYINI tudtes the tars She plans oon to more to mars Shell tome down to earth each day To shop for her hu band and ltttle bov Ray D-XLE W VINE IN Et owns a factory now Hts poor ltttle wtfe 1 wondertng how He can tt all dav and hum Whtle hts worker make all ktnds of gum ve heard of a trl who work for a Count T e clothe he wears co t a fabulous amount e wt rk ten hard taktng dtcatatton tt seems Who could thts be but our own KATHRYN JEANS' For NOBLE JOBE ltfe ts reallv sweet He s a broker on wall street He deals tn mort a es stocks and bonds Owns ntost of Her hev s and Cheeseborough Pond s A whtz of a kater all tn a whtrl Is MAUIJIE JONES that cute ltttle gtrl Page 35 Shes always seen tn contests cutttng capers The next day her names seen 1n all the papers KATHY KEMP ts now drum major for the Dtxte Band Shes known as the best tn all the land In her spare t1me she teaches school And when students don t nnnd her she uses the rule DONALD KENNEDY ts a happtly marrted man Hts wtfe ts a cute ltttle gtrl named Ann He sttll drtves hts ntce yellow car In hts spare ttme he plays a guttar NEAL KILLIAN ltves tn a ltghthouse off shore He ftnds the work ts not a chore Watchtng for enemy shtps at sea He ts protecttng you and me CHARLES KIRBY ts known all over the South Drtvtng around tn hts btg Plymouth He ts a car dealer so tt seems The cars he sells are certatnly dreams PATRICIA KIRVIN owns a bakery store When her pastrtes are tasted the people want more She uses a lot of thts and that Her customers ftnd tt hard to keep from getttng fat ELEANOR LANEY ts settled uown Wtth the handsomest man tn the town They hope to make a fortune real soon By selltng real estate on the moon WAYNE LAWLER ts a rock n Roll Star Hts talents are known both near and far Hts guttar playtng ts really keen When he stngs all the teenagers scream ROSS LEFEVRE ts the natton s best dressed Hes often seen sporttng a soltd gold vest Hts garage ts full of Harleys and Cadtllacs And hts btggest worry ts hts tncome tax It seems that DORIS LEMLEY IS happtly marrted sttll She and her husband ltve on a htll She brtngs htm hts ptpe and takes off hts shoes Thu they are hatpy wtthout any blues ROY LOVE and hts wtfe ltves on a farm They go everywhere arm tn arm Roy 1 successful tn farmtng they say On vacattons they go down and swtm tn the bay LESTER LUMNIUS ts an expert shoe clerk He puts tn lots of extra work He was o ntce to every customer He got a ratse and bought hts wtfe a fur NOINA NICADAMS and Delbert have settled down On thetr anntversartes they do the town Nona ts a succes ful wrtter by the way Her netghbors hear her type every day W XNDA 'NICDOWALD a cute ltttle lass Can often be seen mowtng the grass She mas and she plays and she dances And ts seldom seen taktng chances DOROTHY 'NICDOW ELL who acts on Broadway Got her start tn a speech club play As a matd her role ts always tops On tazze she often dusts and mops Hunttng IS JIMNIY 'NICGUIRES favortte sport That he ts very good ts our report He always bags the ltmtt so weve heard Thts ts one man who always gets hts btrd DARRELL MCNIELLON a farmers hand Walks back and forth plowtng the land He IS now playtng on a baseball team - - , . . , . . . , , 7 I v 1 Q . 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I -, S, . . , . , . y . , , And accorl ll to reports he s really on the beam RICHARD NIARKHANI ls edltor of the Dallas Wlornln Both rlch and poor re pect hls vlews H1s edltorlals recelve much pral e Every now and then he ets a ralse SYBIL NI ARTIN S become a fashlon model That has been her EUIIIIIIIUTI lnce he could toddle The wav she works 1 really rand She 1 about the best ln the land MICKY NND NIIKE NIXSSIX who tlll look allke Are ju t back fron Holland where they llullt a dlke lNow thev are planlllll end a rotket to the llloon Do you thlnk they wlll nlake lt anytlllle soon GEORGF NI ATLOCK 1 a palnter But would love to be a llon talller He drlves a llttle red ports car WIIIICII no one would ever dare scar ,IAINICF NIAY IQ the leather of a thlrd rade c a She works very ha d Sf her pllllll can pa They brln her apple and such Becau e they know thls plea es her very much ROY JOE NIEADOWS wllo 1 stlll qlllle sane Is now th conduct: r of a rallroad traln He even owns part of lrand Central 51811011 Alld wlll leave hls reat fortune to some lucky relatlon JOHN 'NIEASEL rows a lot of hay just to keep up wlth tl1e If F A He would love to be a rancher sonleday Or maybe becollle Pre ldellt of the I S X A profe lonal team has a tar playln ball H IS real ood lletau e he 1 o all Throwln the ball he make all the net Who could thls he but our own ATHEL 'XIETTS DOUGLAS NIILLFR a handsome lnan Can now be seen drlvln a IHOVID van He IS a nlce fellow wlth plenty of pals Who come ln handy when hes huntln for gal LORETTA 'NIITCHELL 1 now 'ylr Cupp as ytu know Because oi her three glfl he love to sew She cooks and cleans and wa hes tlll IIVC Loretta tllnks lts reat to be allve MARILYN MOBLEY a well known wrlter Is also known as a flrst nl hter All a ree that her presence there Makes the event a gala affalr EDWIN 'NIOON IS workln hard They ay that he 1 qulte a card He works all day from Cl ht to flye At nlght thls man can really ylve JUDIE MOORE IS such a good nurse She keeps her patlents from r1d1n ln a hear e Shes so sweet and good to them all She always comes runnlng when they ca ANNIE REE MORGAN a chemlst Is marrled to a plpe fltter s apprentlce They hav boys three and four And are hoplng for several more ALAN MORRISON who IS IX foot elght Wlll be preachlng at a later date Now he IS a basketball star Hls fame IS proclalmed both near and far DICK AND DAN MURPHY professlonal golf champs Spend thelr vacatlons ln mld ummer camps People stlll have trouble telllng them apart Except a llttle mlss who stole herself a heart OMER NETTLES, a blond headed lad, News Page 35 Is a gay young fellow never sad He makes a lot of money and proyldes a good llfe For all of hl kld and hls sweet llttle Wlfe PA FRICIA NEWN1 KN now owns a cafe The food o good hlgh prlces they ll pay And IS lhlnklng of openln '1 hot dog stand She erye tl1e le t llshes ln the land ,IININIY lNll HOLAS has taken to the road A a peddler he has a falr ctdc He sell chlna dl hes and cut rate la T4 all of the toyyn pretty la e LOI ITA INOLTF a pretty lln ar 1 t one of kl'!lPT'lf'8 rea P t and m rve She palnt IIIFIIITCQ of valleys and hllls And never ha trouble pavln her blll .IVIIFS OATQ always a farmer at heart 1 1 1 e 1 ll 111 a rt llftll t ln Ill mllld w ls the Illlll he mu nl he 111 t a clt ver the TONINIX O XF XL 1 llow ln the Navy I e 1 fIllPf c tok and make l ray all the a f HI toa I oon hope e r .1 4 1 lllll JUDY O lNl'AL enjoys the llfe of a clerk but she wlll oon be seen modelln sklrts lilly IS employed by a famoll tore And hopes to be employed by many more CAROL OREAR a I-lll'I8ll0ll fllltIx Start the ball rollln and tllln be 111 to cllck She plans to become a dentl t And now work as an applentlre 'NEII ORR who e now been llldI'I'lClI ten years Iotks back llapplly and sheds 110 tears She happler n H1 lllall ever before And hope for many happy years more f WLN PALNIER 1 also nlarrled and settled down She llyes ln a Lotta e at the ed e of town Her pa tlnle 1 to ln and dance Or lve her a baton and watch her prance TOXIMY PXTTERSON a shy llttle y fall at people doors ayln Wlll you buy a t1e'7 He eenl to be qlllle succes ful every day Alld plan to graduate frolll tralnln ln 'llay LARRY PAYNE a poet of today Has a llttle place just across the bay He WTIICS about the ocean and the sea And keeps hlm elf as busy as can be JININIX PEYNINCTONI a traveler of world reknown Ha llyed ln many a burg and town Durlng hls yacatlon he teaches the Nlanlbo In a plea an locatlon down near the Longo ROY PEARSON a truck drlver of course Rounds up buslness from any source He IS a lad of great ambltlon And plans to be a brave electrlclan A nuclear phy ICIQI IQ NANCY PENNEY She has an IO of two hundred twenty Someday he may wln the Nobel PIIZC We know she can do lt lf she trle A goyerness at a rlch man s hou e IS 'NIARCELL PERRY The chlld of her favor IS a llttle boy named Terry She teache all of the chlldren to read and WTIIC And trles her best to break up thelr flghts DIANA PHILLIPS, a televlslon star, Is engaged soon to appear wlth Jack Parr Her career for aw hlle was on the decllne But now from reports lt's dolng flne - , 1-I 9, 3 . , , , . 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JUDY PHILLIPS fooled around last summer And found herself marrled to a plumber Now they are l1y1n 1n tvle on a fat salary But they txll flnd t1me for the1r fayorlte art gallery Now BILL POOREE 15 a playhoy 0 I haye heard They say he can actually 1n l1ke a b1rd He has a car that really a dream and when he dr1ye hy the glrls all sueam CH-KRLES POTTFR a old d1 er by trade Covers the Country w1n 1n h1 pade He n11nes gold 1n the tate of XIBIHC -Xnd exports II all to the country of Spam TONINIY POW ELL run a mountam re ort ROBERT teat he bowhn h1 fayor1te port They hoth haye llye of le1 ure 1t seems Skat1n down frezen nt untam lream JUDY IRIIIL a weet l1ttle lass Is 1n colle e at the head of her class She w1ll raduate MIIII a Nlasters De ree And w1ll bo tra1 ht to the top we all w1ll agree HELEN RANKIN now ha her RN Shes worklng 1n the deparment of safety pm Bawllng and squalhn he hears all day But she doesnt mllld for she gets good pay BOBBY RAY w1ll wonder neyer cease' Is l1v1n a hfe of QUIBI peace H1 loym WIIP appear on TV So Il hhy doe tl1e hr ll ework you see A s y ytlllfl al 1 RI BY Y lell t e r to aye the 1 r hu hand ays lc qu1te a yo er lNIlN X REYNOLDS wa always real hep Danctng and IHII l1 nl, full of pep 'Nma 15 now a profe tonal w1n1mer Her future look I7I'1 ht neyer d1n1mer LES I'LR RILIL 1 a I'dLl10 announcer On the snte he a fll httluh houncer He has thrown out many fan1ou ar t off th y to other EDW XRD RIC HIER who was always hrt l utte h tar eyery tther n1 1t Howeyer he tant qutte make 11p hls lllllltl NN hat he tw earthm there to ftnd P-KI L ROBER IS 1 an enterta111er as yet He a ha ehelor and w1ll stay one I het neyer ee Ill own ow For he 15 IIIOCIC t a ytu already know GFINE ROWIEITF may st1ll he seen cha mg glr S In h1 new thunderhlrd he gnes them a Whlfl He went to g toll ole krkan a and raduated w1th a de ree IH law DOYI X SYNUERS now hye ln a traller Ye youre Tl ht She 1narr1ed a Q31 or Dtyla a1l frtm En land to Faprt Her a1lor llll hand there to see XIITTIE QATI ERFIELD and Delbert are happy of vour e We learned th1s through a secret source NI1tt1e was a s1n er for awhlle She really made money a hu e p1le CARNIELITA SEW ELL IS 1n the A11 Force She 1 happlly marrled wants no d1yorce Work she does each day on a plane And her last check up proved her st1ll sane SHIRLEY SHIPP 1 the glrl who can draw The most exc1t1ng p1ctures you ever saw Shuley has won lots of awards Page 37 Exen more are there to look towards Well look who IS here JEWEL SHOPTAW The danc1n et uy you eyer saw Jewel ls woxktng, h1s bra1n these day He ha a Joh that reallv pay LARRY QILXE1 IQ a leader of men He 'vytll someday he great dont know when larry 1 hone t as eyer can he If anyone ucteed ll w1ll urely he he sl E SISQO nt w and th1 I can ay Work yery hard and reoene l1ttle pay yer a thang, are fl Sue 1 weet 1111l1n llltl qulet X ltyely youn lllln 1 CXROLYY SN TH Mlored hy all her Ixlll and k1th H r trade 1 X Ray alway till fall She 1 kept huy sun11ner wtnter and a LKIHIE SNIITH 1 next 1n l1ne She 1 marned and ltxe o11 Pme 'Neyer ha he a worry at all She ha two th1loren growtn tall FRED SNIIIH a qulet young uy I ntw trytn to 'earn to fly He ha a wtfe and new car a a ator he w ll o There 1 a young. lady of preclse et1quette Who make her home 1n Lonnecucutt of tour e our own Sl IL SYI no o happy he thtnks l1e l1y1n a n1 h She and l1er hushard hye hy a pond 11r or IPXNEIS for th1 l1ttle a s She pend her spare t1111e fx hmg for bass ROSENIARY STEPHENS a DICC young lady Cook and sew for JI 'NI1 Grady She plan to be a ha1r tyl1t 1n a beauty shop And he of course wlll go r1 ht to the top Let look at JOYCE STEW ART reporter She wants ome one to upport her The CKIIIOFQ Joh IS what shes after Her hfe 1 fun full of lau hter LYINDA QTFVI ART ls a blg wheel about town Eyery n1 ht she runs around She the Xue Pres1dent of Real K1ll F1rms She ha to th1nk of ways to lull germs PATSY STONE 15 now l1v1ng 1n New York Clty Her old heaus all ay What a plty' She hte 1n a hou e w1th one blue shutter and cften ln her rden she loyes to putter DORIS SULLS IS 1y1ng dancln le sons Her tudents g1ye her good lmpre xons She peak loudly lever a muffle I uppo e ytlll know her dance 1s the shuffle YY ENDELL SLLLINAN has trayed from the band He and hls w1fe o hand 1n hand Down the ro y pathway of hfe In the1r ho1ne there 1s l1ttle trlfe SKIPPY 'IACKETT has become a football pro Becau e he loyes to pract1ce o 'Now he has won nattonal fame Because hxs team never lo es a ame SUE TE ACUE IS a charmmg l1ttle m1ss Who wants the happmess of wedded bhss All Sue wants IS ta chan e her name But he hasnt como what a shame' ROBERT THACKER th1s guy we know I, . . 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I II I ,I I I I I Her career now is ns an IIlSlll'Llllt'C hroker. II-AIHI'-RlNh SPPANIAE 15 Still 3 IUVEIY blond- Hc s S slfs ' ' 'li . I ' I ' I' ' ' No f s I. ' . s l St. I I ' - "S " S s s ., ' 'S ' . ' ' 2 5 - Y . ,. . . . 1 ss s ' , -A - - -- A -- , v 'g I V ' 's I 5 S 4I ' 1 'SIS I . . s . s ' S . , : ,.. I . I I I I I , ,g I 5 s g ' ' . ,I I , r ' ' ' s st' s 5 ' ' ' . ' . s s . Anl e ' go , bars. . , . . , . ., , Q l ' V - f v H 'g1t. S - g - St l' s ! e s' s ' I' 1 'gl . , , , l , ' ' ' ' .. 1 ' 1 .. ' , 'I ' I ' 1 I . , -I I, - I ' gg 5 . . D ,I ,.I I. ,, . ,, . 5 ' , V . If ' ' 'Q ' I ' 5 ' g E S ' .1 ' . 5 -g- ' 1 , h W . . . . . He ' goes to 5 's , sh , A ' Q ,A . . ,, ' " s s jf I' ' ' .V I - ' I' I. ' 5 5 E . . ' ' , ' - ' . S' ' 1 . . 1 ' ga ' . .S I I I ' : I . fw w 1 1 - . . . . , I, - 5 S 1 Q ' g s . A g ' " g ' '. s ' " ' SS' , I S: 1' L ' ' S ' - S 5 " ' . I ' s. y' ' Ag: . e . ' - 'I . S 5 I ' ' I ' ny' s ' s I Q A - - ' 1 1 1 ' , I , s ' s . . ' , ', , " ' 2 . 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I , . , ' h , v 1 Is all tled up ln a yaudevllle show men and women come from afar To see Mr Thacker who IS the star JIMMY THOMPSON a shy young lad Has turned out ood couldnt go bad Jlmmy IS a poet wlth lots of fame He slgns hls poem wlth hls glven name CAROL 'IHORINTON who was once a drummer Now goes to Florlda every summer Her career IS vague future dlm She only wants to bask and swlm JUDITH TIBBITT IS a seamstress rlght now But as a planlst shell soon make her bow Talents galore has thls llttle gal She can help when you need a pal SYLVIA TOLLESON IS stlll pretty short Sweet as can be that s her sort Never ha she a worrylng mlnd She IS always generous and klnd ROBERT 'IOWNSEND IS a motorcycle cop In hls spare tlme he runs a shop Robert IS wltt but nevel wlld When asked about glrls he only smlled JERRY TURNEY IS marrled to NEDRA HARRIS They spend thelr tlme ln Rome and Pans Money money they have aplenty Chlldren chlldren they have many Next we see red halred SUE TYRONE As sclentlst Sue IS well known She IS plannlng to be IIFSI at Mars Sue spends her tlme studlng the stars JO ANN VANDERBILT IS modellng shoe Plenty of money she llas ln the bank Soon shell be ln a mllllonalre s rank .IOYCE VANDERSLICE IS stlll a cute natural Of course her 3Cllllg IS satlsfactual Shes marrled I thlnk to a mlghty Marlne They are the most perfect couple Ive seen DALE VICKERS who was once a flne slnger Now belon s to a CIFCUS a 3 rlnger' HIS talents are many thats rlght' He trles to be great wlth of all hls mlght One of our graduates KITTY VINES Is now a connolsseur for Duncan Hlnes She travels near she travels far To see lf the food IS up to par Down the path of tlme comes LARRY VEST In the sportlng fleld hes the best He s admlred by all the basketball fans He has even traveled to dlstant lands Now heres a regul r guy named BILLY WAITS He now palnts flgules on chlna plates Hls real deslre IS to play baseball He wants to be a hero thats all LARRY WARD has a buslness of hls own He reaps proflts from pennles he has sown Larry has a wlfe who llkes to slng When they celebrate IIS qulte a fllng NANCY WATKINS IS a lovely Wlfe Its Just what she wanted all her llfe A nlce llttle house up on a hlll Wlth chlldren cllmblng on the wlndow Sl RAY WATSON wanted to manage the Yanks He dld an excellent Job Wlth many thanks Someday when retlr ng tlme comes He wlll add hls money ln great sums VICTOR WELCH l another good .loe He s a success that we know He has attended college and schools Vlctor alwavs llves by the rules CHARLES WEST AHS cutest boy Is as ever cunnlng and coy He owns the State Natlonal Bank So of course Presldent IS hls rank CEINEVA WHITEI- IELIJ 19 ln the movlee She IS the darllng glrl everyone sees She IS always good never mean You ll never see her prllnp or prean RFBEKAH WHITLOCK llves a llfe of ease Everyone thls lady trles to please Her wardrobe IS made wlth loylng care She even has a mald to comb her halr Wow EILELN WHITSOW marrled Phll A monthly problem IS thelr utlllty blll They both llve on a great blg ranch And own a race hor e named Avalanche A glrl worklng for a Pan Amerlcan fllght Is very successful l:.I IZABETH WHILHITE Thls charmlng glrl has llttle to galn For she has a man from Llsbon Spaln BOBBY WILSON l an lnvestlgator for the FBI Hl Job IS to lnterrogate the people who lle He works very hard looklng for clues When he cant flnd them he gets the blues Farmlng has made hlm a mllllonalre But stlll he wlshes to be a bllllonalre JACK WILLIAMS our most actlve boy Flnds that cattle are hls greatest Joy ,IIMNIY WILLIAMS a CIICUS clown Never lets the chlldren frown He wears lots of funny faces RAY WILLIAMS owns a used car lot HIS weekends are pent enjoylng hls yacht He has lnarrled a lrl named Lynne They have a problem dl clpllnlng thelr ten SLOTTIE WILLIAMS IS now a basketball coach He u es the old Razorback approach Hls team IS o good lt s the best ln the state He says lt was all planned by fate JEAN WINKLE a busy young glrl Is now attached to a guy named Burl 'lhey llve up town ln a cute llttle house And all of her chlldren are qulet as a mouse Repalrlng cars IS the Job of LARRY WOOD Halt of hls tlme IS spent under the hood He sleeps all day and works all nl ht And trles to get ahead Wllh all hls mlght Now we have meter malds ln Arkansas too They check to see whlch meters are due MARTHA WORNIINCTON IS one of the best Soon shell be captaln of all the rest A popular boy from our hlgh school Can stlll be found playlng pool Who could thls be but our own DAVION YOUNG Who stlll flnds llfe a barrel of fun BILLY DEE WRIGHT owns a horse ranch And has named lt the Rocklng R Branch Roplng brandlng 'md puttlng to graze He IS reallv kept II a daze ARLENE YARBERRY IS a mu IC teacher She has marrled a successful preacher She plays hls mus c for church on Sunday And washes and cooks and cleans on Monday The followlng gazed lnto thelr crystal balls Zollene Bennett Joan Davls Pat I-lamllton Anne Hodge Kathy Kemp Nancy Penney and Helen Rankln Page 38 I . V I I . . . , . .. . I , . . . , 7 ! l ' , . . . y g , . . s ' . . . . ' M' v I ' T- q s ' w V , Q ' ' ' E 1 , , . . . . , 1 . I . A - l . . v 1 . . l . . 1 Q V , . - , . s ' ' . . . I 1 aa. V' J , . , , .' v v v ' . . . . . , , . . . , , , . . v. . . . . Y Y . ' . ' Y Y I - - , , In her spare time she sings the blues. And travels to many well known places. , . . . . , ' . S . V. . - . H un . 4 ' ' . . g ' . , v .5 . . . . ' , . . . . , . v . , , 1 , s . ' , ' . ' ' s ' ' ' , 3 - - ' . . , . 1 A 1 , 7 , . . . , 1 - ' . . 1 a I . ' . . h . . , 1 - . - I 9 . . y - ' . I . ' ' l . , . . ' , . I ' ' I ' n . 9 ' ' ' a 1 K . , , . . , ll. ' 5' . ' . . ' ' : V I ' 'S I I s 1 1 , Av u , . A H S Stud nt Re elve Honors ln Varlou Field "1 Ruth Jane Holmes Y D 4 R Food Citizen Helen Rankm of Tomorrow Bettv Jean Rea 1968 Arlranvas 'irate Twlrlmg Champzon S9 1 All State Band members prepare for clmxc They are R111 Carr Tommle Combs. Ella Wall Judy Ylnaog, Ruth ,lane Holmes, Lonme Hutton, Robert Adams, Joan DRVIS, Zollene Bennett and Bettv ean ea Q Q I Q O U X 1 V jr ,fv- J 39 my Q x ,if 4 U9 15 fav? V r 335 V 5 if Belly Crorkrfr Honzemalfer Y 4 ' P xi 31- - V '- , x ' - . aa- yf Vila s . L V9 f,5gMJi2 'EW' X QQ s-an 2 .If '4 Ken Davie Two Senior lmys qualify fn N.R.O.T.C, Svhnlaraliip. Pat Hamilton, Nona McAdams, Marilyn Mohley, Robert Ed Richter Haak and Judy Price. Delegates to the Seminar of Ameri- can Studies, Harding College. Students place in National Merit Scholarship Competition 5'-'Qs f if X V"'f--1 I Zollene Bennett Richard Markham Mike MHSSCY Finalist Finalist Fillllfist Nancy Atkinson Wi"'1f'f0fBl1l1Ch Lvmb Kathy Kemp Runner-up SF'P"f'i Awflfff Runner-up Page 40 Ly.,- ,-,ni f.4pfe-ff-W' 5.16- 'Xx . t I YV -U my 'WQIWV I b M I ' ,,,,,..,,....M ,.,-.- f-f.,-FW I-an-,wwf W W-,.f,ww -w'f"f--" N' -A f 'MW I A I H V K xii- ,M ,Ml i Ylnvv mm, ,iu,,i,L,f, WT, ,.,,, 2 , ,,i,A,Lfi,fg --gp ' 4 A if v 1 . 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' , nv - 14,4 5 ' i Q vf ' --11-'i' f' ,Malin SOPHQMQRES Vzce Preszdent Pussy Corzme Secretary Sandra Carter 4 President ,,,,,,,, , ,H ,,,,,,,,,,,s,,, A ,, RWM, WMU , ,Mary Shoptaw , I - X, Mary Almles Barbara Albright Travis Ambler Jerrol Ballarcl lfllen Barkman Ann Bauer Xlike Baxter F A K t L Rachel Birtcher Rebecca Birtc-li:-r Page 57 Aclcoclc N Betty Bailey Judy Barnes 4-4-'J' Stewart Beall james Buatman Linda, Bailey Julie Bateman Judy Belk Gail Bowl .llmmy Brewmglon Davld Caddell y Carter Sue Chlsm PIISSY Corzme .ludy Brown Wesley Bryant Brenda Burton Blll Caller Borden Campbell Wasne Carroll Carter Jrmmy Chambera ,Ieanme Cherry PHIFICIH Coffee lmelsn Cook Ben Cornett Blll Crammer Carol Crarnm 1 Robert Crlttenden Page 58 Cromer Pamela Daniel Barbara Davis Kellev DlClCSOI1 Edrene Downs Charles Duke Dlane lulrod John Exms Ferrell fommy Frazlen ,lamce Freeman 0 '57 lens Gardner Jack Gale larolxn Sue Clle Page 59 .x 1. - -1' ,' -JM .I 2' J V - V ' L rr ' . 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I Q 2 1 1 1 i s f, i 2 3 Yvayru- Imvlvr Douglas Miller Class .11IlSl.C'l'flII Class Jesler Page 86 Senior Favorlt Runners up Robert Adams Nancy Able Nancy Atkinson TIHVIS Dowd Ronald Bafflg Wxllle Cxbbons Judy Price Nona McAdams Helen Rankin Joyce Stewart I-5l'1'Y vest Edward Richter Jo Ann Vanderbilt Homecoming Royalt MISS NEDRA HARRIS Homecoming Queen MISS SUE SMITH IVIISS LORETTA MITCHELL MISS SYLVIA TOLLESON MISS CATHERINE SPENCE NIISS LILLL W WHITSON MISS JOYCE VANDERSLICE C hee r A ken- 'fa Q1 N11 Sx bll Martm N11 Q Lx rxda Stew art 'NI1 Bcclu C ILPII X 0 Xllll V'1ndL1lu1l 'Qs q,,..,,.,..eff,,k iq 'K I B T z . 5 J , I J s Q s 1 - 4 'f Q23 J 'x.5mQ.:' -V Wx"'w,, K 'SA N ., X if X X xx 1"ss f ' A ' ' . 's.. J' T :SS -3 .nm A, . 141 1l 2 I at Y W 3,1 5, . , J! Q ' 1' Y, r Q ' : XXX I Ax I? , , fi 141 Z fi 'E 4 f ,MM X K X aders 1 , v f 2 Q ,, Q , . 'N ,Q C5 -. I ,M , WF? 111' , f. 31-.G,, ff. V, X V 2 'wif ' N11 S Nma Runolds Vllsg Pat Hamllton I ff" P- On our city's eastern border . . . NNI!-hgh Hail to thee, our Alma cuter The modern twentieth century high school offers much more than the traclitional reading. writing, and arithmetic. l'o me-ct thc various needs of the students in our connnunity a wicle range of subjects is available, including twenty- three academic courses, fifteen vocational courses. Page 94 five music courses and physical education. Opportunity for participation in extra-cuxv ricular nr-tixitics is available to cvcry Sturlcnt through nine-tccn organizcrl cluhs which nicct on rcgularh sf-hcflulcnl flZltS throughout the year. F V 1 f' AHS i ,J . ' ' 'lp 'sf I tx E f t r C? ,, -,-.f,--....A.-....--4-'v4.-.... x , i , b. C' y A fr:-45555 FI Sag --Q, t, Only at few of the nrgamllutioriv and eluh: are regrr azorback Students Work and Play -"W"--" e'--w-1 as-1, v' .fwfr r - , .V-,"'-2' ' esented hy thi- group. Organizations and clnhs play an important part in school life today. Arkansas High Students have the opportunitx to participate in the varied activities and organizations which will develop leadership and personality. 'lraiiiirig and experi- ences gained from entering into the different phases of school life will enrich the stuclent's life and enalvle the student to fit into society as a more useful and worthwhile citizen. The primary purpose of the AHS stuclcnt is all the students. 'On these pages are active scenes to learn and work. 'l'oclay's high school offers from only a few ofthe many courses offerecl the a wide Variety of subjects that fit the needs of Arkansas High Student. u re f 1 um 1 ne ur mry ulmun emu una 14 v U wxll 1 em rn 1 1 w-1 ern 1 nr vu lllflI'X ev e lent lpps Illllllll rear un sim N lf' Page 96 In the fleld of hlgher mathematlcs -tudents find Qolxd geometry a Lhallengmv Study .-L... The world of SCICHFC unfold: before the students aQ they experlment wlth the element: I I in The future busmess leaderc of tomorrow learn tvplng. Sh01'IhaI1d, and b00kkC0DlIlg . ,Q 3 X N ' In., , . A l"?.1'1Z:f:. I .' 1. " " '-1-' , - , .,,,,,,I:v Ln...-.', , ,rw ., -H, .,-,--. ,' A V .fs "WU, .J ".'-'-',' I ,gg f",:f'T:g5'.' .- .55 .tjgyzzllzip .r 1 - , . N-It-1-1.1 . ' ,Q , - E . ', M ' ' vm ' 1 f' I 7g f ,l 7 .f I , ,f , , x K if eg. Q la r' , J, I , .4 'XP' wx x.D , In the modern Home ECOIIOITIICQ lxlIChCIl glrls learn the fme art of cookmg f- N.. X.. ,.,'ff'N 1,7 M XX Semng 1 rmlx one of the nmnv lhmf S ffnrl- Studw when thex are learmngz to he the home makers of tomorrow Page 98 rl ' - - 1 'K x . 'M R N K I - K I I . '37 1 g. Q A lf' , ,i ' f 1 , f. i Q' n - .4 'S vw 1 1 I D. K: 'v y iv D . - rl Mastermv the art of language 'whether lt 1 Envll h Spam h nr Latm wlways proves lnterestlng and rewardmg YN-Ami-. In this rapldly changmff world the h1St0l'Y students keep up wxth countrxe people and events To be or not t of tomorrow g Hr f' .A v-Ox o be a publlc speaker 15 the questxon Speech classes offer practlce for the leaders Masai Kathy Kemp Wilbur Giles The purpose of the Student Councll IS to pro Vlde a means for student partlclpatlon ln school overnment to des elop good citizenship to pre sent a means of co operation between students and faculty and to promote the General welfare of Arkansas H1 h School The 195150 Student Council has been one of the most actne rn the history of the chool Pfwldenf Vzce President Bohhx Ross Oflllf' the teachers mth Teacher Appreciation Da Much of the councils success can be attrl buted to IIS fine director Miss Claudia Pennlnv on For the flrst time AHS was represented at the Southern Association of Student Counclls Convention IH Arlrnoton Vlffflnla ,lack Will Jack W1lll3mS ln ton traveled with three busloads of students from all of Arkansas They learned much and were greatly 1nsp1red by top government speak ers The ma nrflcent halls of the White House resounded with the cheers of S000 Pzgs l1sh1n Student Directories holdin class eler tlons buylng new fla and flat, pole sponsorin the White Christmas tree selhnff car re lstratron stlckers presentmv two talent shows and hon Seated left to right Bobby Ross Kathy Kemp Wilbur Clles Jack Williams Standmg Travis Jones Duke Harris Travis Schnipper Miss Pennington Sponsor Ken Davis. ,lim Buck Millaway Diane Elrod Richard Markham. Mary Shoptaw Alan Morrison Susan Bann ,lean Winham Linda Sowarrls Jamie Grimes Diana Martin ,ludy Adrlin ton Sue Tyrone and Charles Jacob. ' Se'f""f U n t Q U n C I 1 I 0 u ' I - D v Y Y- U v Q 1 0 I 0 , '- C 3 1 F 4 0 v 1 1 n . ' L 5 , D. T tl V t . 0 s 'nr C . -- 0 . . . . .Y . . 5, . . . . U 7 . D. . . . 1 It has sponsored many projects, including pub- yams, Bobbi' RO551 Kathi' Kemp, and M155 Penn' o a cr 1 s . U 5- g ' Y D 7 C . 'I ' fl' ff ' ff u s . 7 D . 7 C 7 . M 7 D g L . I g . . . . . t Y ' v. ,G . ,,, e 5 r - 1 1 Y Y 1 1 l v w w - 1 Q 1 tl t , 3' ... - if V I XA .-wr Wa 41 ,A A 4' 3 "Y fi. nf 9, QF , 5 ' . A f"""?""" .L av, .wi 5' el .-uw' 4 , . 'Ah I 'Va 1 1 " 9 A, -.mg .25 iff ' I or Society Sfrlmlarsliip. tu stimulate a desire- to render Service. to prornute worthy leadership. and to en- euurage the developnient uf vhar- ar-tf-r in the students of Arkansas High Schmil. Ken Davis Treasurer Judy Price Secretary -4' W' :J t I 1958-1959 National Hunnr Society Members Seated: Catherine Spence. Sue Tyrune. Nedra Harris. Judy Addington. Pat Walker. Betty Jean Rea. Ruth jane Holmes and Cindy Clark. Stamlingz Jackie Wilkins. Connie Marshall. Judy Stewart, Celia Butler. Betty Muon. Jean Winham, Pat Smith. Rebecca Wilsnn. Ella Wall. Susan Bann. Diane O'- Neal. Becky Gilliland, Travis Jones. Hobby Ross, jim Burk Millaway. Ross Lelfex re. Larry Silvey. Alan Morrison. Her- lmie Crumpton. Pearce Wilson. David Long. Travis Scnnipper and Stacy Cnglmill. waw '. Qi' aw. Spee h Club First Row left to rzaht 'llrs Henderson Sponsor lNancy Ables Secretary Treasurer Dale lvey Reporter Larry Payne Vice President Larry Sllsew President Second Row David Au tin Bennv Herrington Sarah Beavert Judith Tlbbitt Grace Harvey Carolyn Hopkins Dove Cunnin llalll E ther Irwin Third Row qammy Hu hes Fred Lawler Billy Clayton Ceor e Sewell and 0-.car Hannibal The Speech Club IS composed of students who are takmff or have taken speech Its purpose 1s to enable the varlous speech classes to cooper ate on social 3CllXllQlCS and Hood programs lts main annual social activities lnclude a Christ mas party a sprinff banquet and an end of school p1cn1c V4 is Q Ns V 'ww' rf 4 N if iii First Row lift I0 right: Cwen Palmer lo Ann Dyer Eleanor Laney. Lolita :Nolte lNina Reynold: Carol O Rear La Ne Anderson Dyonir Helms Dorothy McDowell Doris Suggg. Second Row: Cathie Smith. Billie ,lean Freeman Levon Owens Betty Williams ,lean Winkle Becky Green Shirley Shipp. Judy Addington Judie Nloore. Third Row: Roy Love Wayne Youngblood. ,lim Hervey Haze Hudson Jimmy Nicholas Dale Vickers Mickey Massey Mike Mas- sey. Fourth Row: Lawrence Poole Ray Williams Ray Gene Barnes Ronald Lelfan Damon Young Charles Taylor Verald Atchison James Bench and Wilson Cruschow. I A erald Trumpets - rfk Left to right Ruth Jane Holme Tomnue Comb Pat 1'0I'l1lJj Eleanrr Lanew Fxelsn C0011 and Joan Dau R XZORI1 XLR 13 XND Fzrst Row left to rlght Yollene Bennett Janne CYIIIIC Judy XIII on C811 Cate Iaul Robert .Strand Run B111 Carr Kenneth Spear Kenneth Coree Evelyn Cook K mme lupe Pat 1'un1b1 Eleanur Ianey Jeanne Hall Betty Lonme Hutton Ella Wall Delta Larev Judy '1IcDonald Jamce Freeman Dlane Hulvew Fourth Row Ruth Jane Holmes Joan DHVI TOTlll'I1l6 Comba Bob Carr Scott Vlhnloclt Carl Carnes Whlte Woofl Bytlmn Watluna Cary Pedron J1n1my Wllltams B111 Caller Jewell Shoptaw Pearce Wtlson Bob Cooper Tommy Roberts Lmda Sm1th Charles Thompion Larry Wtllts Robert Haalt Duke Harrls Crystal Wmcheiter Wendell Sullnan fifth Rau. Kathy Kemp Pamela Damela Benny St C1a1r Norwm W110Il Jack G11bert Ba11ey Ward Chester Damels Robert Adams Lurry Leavelle B111 Stanley Fran Long Carol Thornton ' : ' s, 1 ', 1 1 ' j '. "s. ' v " f ' ' . 'I ' 2 4 . ' 1' S. ' 1' S . 1' 1 F. 1 S. 11 'Z A 1 , S, Q , ' ' 1 ', It ' 3 , , , ' . ' Rea. Thzrd Row: Dlane Elrml, Jean Hannltun. Judy league, Altce Rose, Sarah Sallls, Judy Bella, Bunnle Pnyttur, 7 1 1 R' 'Y 5 Y 9 7 ' ' . R . ' 1 ' , "' -. M 1 , , . , 5 Q ,V . , . Q ea - a ' 1 5 Q e y Q - 7 7 1 ' sv' 1 Q- ,J I Q , s f 1 f ,., 0 n Q QMQAHM s 5 5 . 1 ... S3225 it an--f ,- 1 '- 5 li 0 '7 'lf' hr O ' O Q S nior T '-5' 3 'r lk 15 A N Q 4 'ls A' , A Jas, X' G ni u 16 Nluure L 'N ll Xnder un Lynda Nlewart en er u em ey F eannr laney I een Ann Yanmlerlnlt NIHZ1 Reynnld lat Hannllun lnllcne nlun lime iunmn ham 'Nnna Nlc Mlame kd: lryn Bennett 5 e gfllllll frame llaryey 5 e lea ue and ean nn Lrrmcll Nlr XY ater and Nlerlene lla Loretta Nlm hell may lhe Home laconomue lflg entertalned mem hers of the Qenmr claw teachcre parente and Qehool arlmlnlwtratora at the annual Semor Tea L llec 12 c 1 I 4 rm sm helm uae r am gl yer untill!! ... AA.. Front Rau, left to rzghl Patrlcla KIYSID Patey Howell 'Nlartha Wnrmm mn Bumta lura uell Wanda NIeD0nald Wllttxe 9atterf1eld Carolyn Smlth Ruth -Knn in ell Etder lrun Sylyla I1lle n Pat 'Newman Dnrothv Nl Drmell 'Nanry Walkme Dumthy Brantley Jnue Nlay hr xnla Hay url ljmla Sand r Xrlene Xarherry Dunn Helms llldy ljllllllw Pluahelh Wllhlte ,love Ntewsart ,lean Wnnkle ,lllllllll Tllllllll SIFUIYII Rnu Betty Durham Bnlhe Jean l'reeman Ju Ann Dyer Carmehta Sewell france lwvvyler Nlarxlyn 'Nlnhley H4 emary Stephen Sarah Beaver! Sue S1 cn Uxana l'h1ll1pQ Ruby Ray 'Nlan ell Perry Ruth ,lane Holme xldlllllfl ,lnne and 'Nedra Harrl Page 108 3 r -. e - .5 t A E gg W. , .Q A , 'a :A . . . ,I d' A . a fe 1 s , I' Q' ' 'A Jn livs Palm, A D4 -if I. 1 .l , l I ' A ' , f' ' s, ' ' ' , ', - Ha " , 4" I ' gg . .' A ' " l j . fu f ' . 1 ' ' fu H g , ' ,l ' 5. A I " . A 5. V' 5, ' A A - ,. - . i U. . - . N C x hell '. ' . The -l use-1 -1 I ' q- - A ed l A'l . Ai 3 A, - F: A . I .' k tw 1 4' . 5 1 A ,, K yi 'E A A 4 if , D t x i K ,kg if in . , V . s , -- X- 'A 3 ,I ' Z ' A ' ' , A ' . . Y ' gr . ' ' 5 . V . . A ' ' Q - I . . ' ' , . A g sl A gi. ' Hu sn , A' . 1 Art'- ' . Q Tl' H ' Q, ' ' ", a V' A "A U g' " 'g an , 1' ' C -, A' Y ', 1' Va A l M' ' X Q, 4 ' 1 Q l .1 -,VL v . 1' , 5 N ' .Q - 1 ' .V ' . 15 ' 1' . i 4 5. S' ' l Johnny Get Your Glrl isa Lett to right Birdie ,Ioan Davie Inabeth Joyce Vander life Luna Willie Cilmlmn Pmlly Rut a e Holme Holley Robert Haalx Gertrude Judie Xlfmre Johnny Wilbur file and Charlie Skippy Iackett 4bwnt Sue Hender n Adelaide The qenior Play 12 the annual fund f31S1!'lfT yoluntary uorkerQ Hugh t'ne and effort 1 eyent Qponeored by the Senior Claw The Laet IQ chosen from thoae of the Senior Class who try out lhe committees are made up of senior pent to make thie Gen or production an out etandinff Qucceee W5 HHH:-5 Sue Tyrone. Sylvia Harper. Sw-wid Row: Kathy' Kemp. 0 Ann Yanmlerlwilt. Lynda Steyvart. Nancy Ablet. Kitty Xinei. Diana Phillip-. Catherine Spenre. Third Rout jim Herxey. Rrn Harris. Larry' Waid. Vedra Harris. Jimmy Williams. and Nlr. Wilwn. Direvtrur. Page 109 'ml Roux ' r',lr: bile Nnith. ,ludy Alltllfl I n. bhlrley bhlpp. Sylvia Tfvllefon. hue Tea ue. .ludith TIJJI . 'V' Nancy Atklnson Zollene Bennett Kathy Kemp G I r I s S t a t e Sue Tyrone KenDav1s Boys State 4:0511 ,fl v-:I -W Rlchard Markham Ceor e Matlock John 'Weasel 'age 110 Lynda Stewart Joy ce Vandersllce Wllbur GIICS Edward Rlchter wx' Q A .,.. - w 0 I A R K A A 1 x o V ttddd ' lt - . '33 Future om mak r of America First Row, left to right: Zollene Bennett, Pianistg Brenda Burton, Historiang Ginger Whatley, Parliamentariang Ruth Jane Holmes. Vice President: Nona McAdams, President: Joyce Stewart, Secretaryg Marilyn Mobley, Treasurer, Melba Pennington, Reporterg Delta Larey, Song Leader: Mrs. Waters. Mrs. Hendren, sponsorg Margie Waddell, Nettie Sinclair. Second Row: Eleanor Laney, Doyla Sanders. Judy Phillips, Elizabeth Wilhite, Wanda McDonald, Sue Teague, Jean Winkle, Linda Lawler. Barbara Sanders. Betty Shields. Mary Margaret Gross, Carolyn Giles, Gloria Goodwin, Ernestine Watkins, Brenda Sewell, Kay Hopkins, Dorothy McDowell. Third Row: Judith Tibbitt, Phyllis Phillips, Sue Smith, Martha Wormington, Ann Crowell. Missy Wallace, Ruth Ann Angell, Jo Ann Vanderbilt, Pat Maxwell, Annette Cromer, Patricia Reid, Shirley Sims, Rita Sue Edwards. Betty Rayhom, Carol Crammer. Fourth Row: Mrs. Bennett. Verna Vickers, Mittie Satterfield, Carolyn Smith, Barbara Myane, Patsy Myane, Marie Halter, Lou Ann Strickland. Barbara Tibbit, Mary DuCote, Veda Trent, Linda Smith, Judy Teague. The Future Homemakers of America is time ther development of pupil initiative in planning national 0f"amZat10U of UPIIS Qludwn hflmf' and carrying out activities relating to home- o P L . ii f' making in high school. Part of their program . . . li' - includes offering the opportunity .for the fur- ma mg First Row, left to right: Ann Bauer. Mary Ables, Melinda Rivers, Linda Hannibal, Bonita Brasuell, Janice May, La- Nell Anderson. Norma McDowell. Linda Agnew. Belva Craig. Linda Jackson, Betty Moon, Ella Malin. Second Row: Kathryn Jeans. Fran Long. Helen Haygood, Carolyn Reinhardt, Esther Irving. Judie Moore, Jo Ann Dyer, Barbara Davis, Bobbie Shruptine, Sandra Greer. lna Stout, Polly Keller, Judith Bames. Third Row: Pat Coffee, Esther Graves. Donna Philyaw, Margaret Meadows, Virginia Haygood, Linda Huckabee, Gloria Herring. Nedra Harris, Merlene Attaway. Joyce Jones, Judith Jones, Patsy Mooneyham, Dyonis Helms. Fourth Row: Lovita Towler, Judy Brown, Jamie Grimes, Shirley Craig, Margie Chandler, Sarah Beavert, Gwen Palmer, Diana Phillips, Martha Derryberry, Jeanne Cherry, Edrene Downs, Evelyn Hickman. Library Club 1 'Yu' Seated left to rzght Carrle Stewart Y1cePre1dent Betty Nlmrn Qemetarw Cm er Whatlex Repurter Que qunth Presldent Standzng ,luha Bull que Twrone Eltonette lnlrocl Umm Helm 'Nlarw Shuptavs Duane lnlrofl ll Pennmgton Sponsor Cella Butler josce Xander llce Kailnxn ,lean and XITQIIIIIH Har turd The Student Llblarlans Club IS Qompocetl of student hbrarx HQQIQIHIIIQ lhe QtudentQ Qhow thelr lnterest ln thelr Qchool lllJI'3fX ln chu lun books and H1Hg3.Zlll6S III and out Qllfilllllo' books preparlnff new books fm cnculatmn PIEPEIIIIIW bulletm board dlaplaw and keepmfr the Qhelxee lll orclel flu menllmflc xuclxe lllgllllilllllli mm lllf lllJl8ll3Il plan projecta on ulntlr to sunk incl plan Qoelal actlxltlca The Ul0'3IllZ8lI10Il IQ 3fl1l1HlECl ruth the X5 wslnc aa a tate cumentmn eacll xeur Offlc Staff Seated left to right ,ludv Alldmgton Pevgy Whlte ,lovce Stewart Standing Susan Bann Helen 'Nlartm Dnana Phxlhps Nedra Harm Sylvna Harper Delores Beaver 1Nona WIcAdamS Jane Perklns Grace Harvey Cmdy Clark, Anne Hodbe, Ruthie Satterfxeld, Nancy Watkms and Nancy Ables 0 rl A ., , ,. f, Q 1 f . 3 ' t '- . Q T - - X 4, , O A i l - x J 7 U t 'E , 1 M 4 ' , .O ,, t l N Q 0 J , A, 1, , J ' 'ff 9 , ' : ' ' , " - s' g , .- ' jg 1' g V gl. e '- . ' . ' : " .t, j . ' , j 's s. . ' j '. " . A Iss ' , . ' . v Q' . s. " ' ' jg . ' . 1 'L '. 2 'a'f"'1 ' -f' .' M- - U - - e Y ' ' ' ' ',t ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' U- ' r - 2- ' rf Q . .. . . ' '. C i - ' ' -- D f V cw A . . . .. . t '- 4- - - ' e Y f . . o 2 e . C t 4 D . r 1,.,x,. - h h - S - e .- Q. . O l 4 , , Q I 1 l , L. l . , - U 2 4 i l 1 A v -, v r A 1 v a U . . . . First Roni, left lo right: Nlivkalee Nloore. tflaudenmf Giles, Nlarria Kemp, Suzanne Owens, linda Dagenliart. Annette Cromer, ,loyve Leavelle. Mike Baxter, Ronald Litton. Svronrl Row: lya Light. Linda Martin. Susan Phillips. Cindy Clark. Nlargo Hunter. Barbara Albright. Brenda Sewell. Abbey Turley. Sue Young. Nlary ,lo Nlt'Nlurrian. Paula Ad- dison, ,lo Ann Uats. Third Row: Nlrs, Sturdevant. Doris Elkins. julia Bull. Crystal Winchester. Prissy Corzine. Bar- bara Vestal. Carolyn Yates. James Williams, jimmy Chambers, llregory Lurry. .-Kubrey Xdrovk, Bobby Jones. Fourth Row: Wayne Dowd, Jo Wilkins, Ella Wall, Sally Day, Linda Roberts. Camille Morris. Diana Martin, Mike Robertson, Charles Crowell, ,lim Hooper, Milton Jones. Alex Sanderson. Fifth Row: Steve Young, Jim Pickett, Stacy Cogbill, Bobby Ross, Milton Howell. Tommy Fuqua, Mike Edwardes, Jerry Thomas, Wesley Bryant, Freddy Butler Lurry Leavelle, David Caddell, Jack Giles. The junior Classical League is a National By tracing the influence of ancient Customs Organization composed of Latin students who in our own life. we learn to appreciate the past are interested in the language, literature. and and to become more loyal and worthy citizens vivilization of ancient Greece and Home. of our own nation. First Row. legit to right: Larry Spence, Vice President: Connie Pope. Corresponding Secretary: Berky Gilliland. Secretary: Travis Jones. President: Tommie Combs. Treasurer: Nancy Penney. Reporter: and Duke Harris. Seroml Row: Linda Pankey. Carolyn Thompson. Veda Jo Trent. Pat Reid, Margaret Royal. Barbara Sanders. Eltonette El- rod. Suzanne Day. Pat Reinheimer. Carolyn Coodson. Betty Rea. Nancy Pirkard. Shirley Shipp. Shirley Montgomery. Third Row: Mary DuCote. Edrene Downs. Billy English. Thomas Frazier. Clifton Robertson. Tony Haynes. ,lim Buck Millaway. Bill Tate. Charles Duke. Jeannette Nance. julia Bateman. Fourth Role: Mike Woods. Harvey Nel- son, Wayne Beck. Robert Lavender. Alan Morrison. Edwin Bleier. Arthur Cinnings. Paul Roberts. Damon Young. Hough Collins. and Mrs. Sturdevant, Sponsor. v Spani h Club C First Row, left to right: Sue Tyrone, jackie Coopwood. Mary Bledsoe. Patsy fllyane. Carolyn Black. Blelba Penning- ton, Betty Moon. Celia Butler, Ruth Jane Holmes. Serond Row: Catherine Spence. Judy Tibbit. Carolyn Sullivan. jackie Wilkins, ,lean Shope. ,lan Brown. Dyonis Helms. Joan Davis. Third Row: Gerald Atchison. Dale Vickers. Scottie Williams, Ken Davis. Larry Ward. Robert Adams, ,lohn Measel, James Attaway. Los Companeros consists of students non customs of Spanish speaking people. The initia- Sludlmg Of hawng PfeV'0u5lY Sludled 5Pam5h- lion banquet and the Pan American Day banquet During the regular monthly meetings programs , , , , are the major social functions of the group. are presented which provide information on the First Row. left to right: Nliss Richey, Sponsor: Richard Markham. Vice-Presidentg Sue Henderson. President: Susan Bann. Secretaryg Tommy O'Neal,Reporter. Second Row: Carolyn Giles. Carrie Stewart. Linda Sowards. Sandra Car- ter, Carla Ochsenbein, Judy Price. lletty Black. Connie llarsllall. Frances Holley. Third Row: Mae Frances Keller. Gloria Goodwin, Paula Norton, Pat Walker, ,lane Perkins, Diane O'Neal, Virginia Whatley, Joy Robinson, Twinkle Welch. Charlotte Thompson. Fourth Row: .lohn Fisher. Jerry Ward, Charles Morgan, Jack Waters, Darryle Pickard, Steven Smith, Dick Robertson, Gene Rowlette and Charles Sharp. Page 114 Future Bu in ss L aclers f G Ruth Ann Angell Slate Presizlent of America The Future Business Leuclers of Anim-ri1'a is a cluh voniposecl of stuflents majoring in husiness. The r-ourses offered for this major are typing. shorthancl anfl bookkeeping. The purpose of the Cluh is to teach young women going out into the lvusiness fir-lfl that the future of .-Xrnf-ri1'a rlepenfls upon mutual unrlerstantling anrl r-o- operation of business. industry. lalmor. the home. the Churr-h. the sr-hool. anfl ulll own people and people of other lanrls, It is the helief of the l" li l. ,-X that exery girl shoulcl prepare herself for a useful c'arc-er. First Roux fwfr to right: Anne Hoflge. Historian: lutlie Xloore. Vive-president: Ruth Ann Angell. Reporter: Nerlra Harris. Presiilent: lutly ghltlington. Sevretaryz lleulxy Green. Treasurer. Sworn! Rolf: Xaxivy Wiatkins. Dorothy' llrantley. Carolyn Hopkins. fxnn Crowell. Arlene Yarherry. Nano Alvles. Virginia Hajvgooil. Janive Hay. Dyonie Hehns. Lolita Nolte. Third Row: ,lo Ann Yantlerhilt. joyee Stewart. Ylerlfflle Xltdvdil Judith Tihlvitt. Nona MP- .Xmlani-. Farah lleaxert. Kathryn jeans. Loretta Xlitchell. Wanda Nlrllonaltl. Nlrs. Wright. Sponsor. Xina Re5noltls. Fozrrlh Razr: Diana Phillips. Ruln Ray. Janice Exins. Grar-ie Harxey. lilorls leinlex, Pat Xemnan. Rebecca Whit- lovli. and Nlrs. XIk'lllsoH. Sponsor, Page 115 lli d Youth 'lihe .Xllied Ytiuth Pust 3363 nas urganizt-tl in lit-rsliip is opt-n tw all studt-nts. llues art' seventi- tvur st-litml in l'1alT. lts IIUIJIJUSUS are to teavh tht- llixt' t-wnts per it-ur. 'lille ttffit-ers this xeat' are as 1 ftdlmss: lresiidt-nt -Charles l'titte1'.-Yic'e-Pres- identf-J. B. llc-nry. Seert-tary-sEdward Richter. and enjnyed effec-tively without alt-Html. Klein- and Treasurer-V-Judy ,-Xddingtttn. students facts ahtiut alt-ttlinl and tn help tht-in find sm-itil actixities that can lie participated in J 1,1 e tl f' . , ' I ll ,g 5 ' ' I ,1 -1-sn-1-1 ..--...- -J""'il-..-Q - 1 - .. ... , , il' ' - v any -.--TQ.-. g.--1. ., .:.a.. .11-1- if nt.- i, V -vunw---1- -qw--Q If -1-i1-1 S Wt a9'+n.,, .- ' ...f front Rtllf. left to right: Nlaudie Jtvnes. Judy Price. Jail lirnwn. Nlelinda Rixers. Phyllis l'hillips. Martha Wurininga tttn. LalNell A-Xnderstrn. Judith Tililiit. Judy Phillips. llwen Palmer. Jean Winkle. Nina llexntdds. Syliia 'l'ullesun. Judy Addington. Joyce Stewart. Becky Green. Joyce Yanderslice. Ruth Ann Angell. Judie Nltmre. Jo Ann Vander. hilt. Ruth Jane Holmes. Kathy Kemp. Nlr. Smith. Spttnsttrjefonrl Razr: Gene Rtmlette. Ed lmrdun. Charles Putter, Wayne Xtvurigliltmd. B-,lilly Ross. Richard fllarkhain. Bucky Sharpe. Jim Buck Xlillaway. Johnny Barliinan. Edward Richter. lltiugli Collins. llatntrn YUUIIQL. Willie Gililitvlis. H, Henry, Dan Ilurlthy, Tulmny llinvher, Tfaxis Schnip. per. Lynda Stewart. Lulita Nfflte. Alan Nltrrrison. Third Rott: Huy Pearsttn. Rt-heri Adams. l.urry Leaselle. James plttaway. John Nleasel. Hulbert Haak. llruve lfrtmlis. Charles West. llttuglas Nliller. Xthel Nletts. Haze Hudson. linh- lty Wilstrn. Stew Tyrtwne. 'lltuniny l"uqua. 'llraxis lluwd. Jat-lx Williatns. Skippy 'l'at'kett. Ronald llarris. Ilit-k Nlur- plty. Jitniny llerxey. Willrur lliles. Klux llenry. James llttatinan. fvnurtli Ruut Nanvy Atkiiisfwii. Nunvy Penney. lliana Phillips. Judy lirmvn. Jane Perkins. l'at Walker. llenexa Nlhitf-field. he-dra llarris. Jerry lurney. John llielnh. Hyle llaidener. Cary Pedrun. Jllllllly Nic-htvlas. llarrell lung. Cary littldinan. Ken liaxis. XX ayne llt-ml. Ray Watsun. Flfflfi Rolf: Sue ly rune. Catherine Fpenve. llyunis Helms. Sue league. ffarul Hay. Karen Trent. Sarah Sallis. llarrell llc- Nlellfvn. Brenda Htvuse. Sue Ytfung. flartilyn Goodstvri. Gail Bnyd, lletty Black. Javkie Wilkins. lletty Williams. Beeky Gilliland. Connie Xlarshall. Sue Walsh. liecky Wvilstvll. Jane Farmer. Sixth Hutt: lliana Martin. Jamie Crimes. Jerry Works. Jean Fhtvpe. Pat lfutnlty. lletly lfllis. Margaret Royal. Nlary flrttss. Ella Wall. Betty Jean Rea. Cindy Clark. llelen Nlarlin. Susan liann. lllftria Stewart. Suzanne llay. Janive l'r+fpps. l'at Rr-inheinier. llenexiexe Jnnes. lfliza- lveth liulden. lleta llattlielur. Fydna Pratt. Sl'l'l'l1flI Knit: Nlissv Xlzillare. Sandra Carter. Ju .Xnn llyer. liuylu San- ders. Nlittie Fatterfield. liuy lliainliers. Judy Stewart. lletty Nlttnn. Nlellma l't-nninggtttri. tlunnie Pope. Linda Rnherts. Nat-5 Utgltill, llharles ,lawtlis liill late. Duke Harris. Page ll6 gl azorbclck Staff lung., I- X Joyce Vandershce Ro LeFevre Jo Ann Vanderbllt Lynda Stewart Dan Murphy Ruth Ann Angell Joyce Stewart and Bobby WAI on .., 2- lqhe Hamrbank li publmhecl Illlllllhh lux the Jour11al1Q1n 'fd 'N Students H112 Qtudent newspapu IS entlrelx self supportln 'md the Qtuclente are rcQp011Q1'l1lf for both the edltorlal and IJUQIIICQS 1111111 e-ment of the papu fhl ls the ,Oth xear of 1ulwl1rat1o11 ffl the Ranvrlmack Wi-1"?' E. Ur Frank BJ ork Span mr mu ,ff Rankm Pat Hamxlton Rlchard Nlarkham Evelsnn F1tzRandolph Dlck Hur Anne Hodge Nancy Pennev Helen phy Nancy Atkm on Loretta 'Nhtchell and Nlanlyn 'Nlobley Page 117 dical Club C The Medical Club was organized in 1953. of the medical profession and related fields. ln- lts purpose is to help the members learn about teresting and informative talks are given bv the educational requirements and opportunities local representatives of these professions. 1 Fzrsl Row left to rrghl Janice Freeman Polly Keller Sue Tyrone Betts Black Jane Farmer Becky Gilliland Jean Wmkle .ludy Stewart Secretary Marie Halter Mrs Ro er Spon or Second Row Annette Cromer lNancy Mlem son Susan Bann Connie Nlarshall Betty Williams Beckw Wllson ,lacltte Willem Elizabeth C-olden Pat Nlaxwell .loyce Vander lice Thzrd Row Robert Adam Catherine Spence Shirley Shrpp 'llarilyn Nlobley Nona Nlcadams Dyonls Helms Doris Rupp Jan Brown Robert Haalt ,lewell Shoptavw Bobby Wilson Charles West Fourth Row .lames Attavsax Row Chamber Lurry Leaxelle Duke Harris Bill Tate Jimmy Nichr la Ronald LeFan Dnugla Miller Edward Richter Wicepresident ,lack William Dick Nlurpliy Reporter Dan Nlurphy and ,lohn Bleloh Not Shaun Wilbur Giles Pre ldent Page 118 , , I , Y ' .' , , I . ' ' U Q Q Y. T V' I , , , . . . C -, . . . , . , . . . ' 3 . . ' ' S, , . . s . ' : s. ' , ' , i ' . . i i t. ' .. 'Q - "S, . '. '. I . . ' -. : 4 l ,V1 ,V 5, ' ' . ' Q, - ' l 5. . S ' : f" ' . s' . Future achers ,l""'cy.. First Row, left to right: Judie Moore. Secretary, Lynda Stewart. Reporterg Sue Tyrone, Vice-Presidentg Nancy Ahles. Treasurerg and Joyce Vanderslice. President. Second Row: Evelynn Fitz Randolph, Annie Ree Morgan, Sue Smith. Becky Green. Third Rozv: Jean Winkle. Nancy Aikinson. Relnecca Whitlock. Judy Price, Lolita Nolte. Joyce Stewart. Elizabeth Colden. Jo Ann Vanderbilt, Pat Hamilton. Ruth Ann Angell. Connie Marshall. Fourth Row: Sarah Sallis, Nedra Harris. Judith Tilmhitt, Sue Henderson, Betty Rea. Ella Wall. Jean Winlialtl, Judy Addington, Nancy Picard. Hr. Smith. Sponsor. Fifth Row: Celia Butcr. Diana Phillips. Catherine Spence. Sarah Beavert. Jan Brown, Sylvia Harper, Dyonis Helms. Pat Smith. Helen Elkins. and Doris Elkins. The Texarkana Senior High School Chapter of the Future Teachers of America is a unit of a nation-wide organization which seeks to en- courage young people to successful teaching. It also provides its members with specific infor- mation about opportunities in various fields of education. Membership in the group is open to any stu- dent in the junior or senior class who is approved by the cluh sponsor after a personal interview. Dues are fifty cents per year. 7 A,-. First Row, left to right: Jane Farmer, Reta Batchelor, Joan Davis, Ruth Jane Holmes, Sue Walsh, Genevieve Jones, Julia Bull. Second Row: Cindy Clark. Helen Martin. Betty Black. Diane O'Neal, Jackie Wilkins, Judy Stewart, Nona McAdams, Marilyn Mobley, Pat Reinheimer. Jean Sliope. Third Row: Shirley Shipp, Pat Walker, Jane Per- kins. Susan Bann, Connie Pope. Melba Pennington, Betty Moon, Becky Gilliland. Betty Williams. Fourth Row: Jim- Ely Igoosglr, Dale Vickers, Richard Markham, Jack Williams, Bobby Wilson, Edward Richter, Douglas Miller. and ar es est. Sci nc Club The Science Club is organized as a proving ents, and aptitudes to keep up with fast-moving ground for the discovery and cultivation of skills I developments in science. and talents based on science: a place to prepare for Careers and hobbies in Spienw. hs members This chapter of Science Llubs of America has have the opportunity to develop their skills. tal- recently been named Students of St,'ll'lI1'F. First Row left to right Damon Young YICC president Alfa Brasuell President Herbie Crumpton Reporter and Mr Formby Sponsor Becky Wilson Secretary not shown Sefonfl Row Nanry Penney lNancy Atkinson Cathe rlne Spence Sue Tyrone Bobby Ross Willie Gibbons Jim Butlv Nllllaway ,lohnnv Barltman ,lowce Vanderslice Pat Remhelmer Betty Rea ,lane Farmer Diane O'Neal Third Rom Nlike 'lla ew Tony Haynes Charles Potter Robert Haalt ,lohn 'llea el Joan Dau fenexlexe June B mln Gilliland ,ludx Stewart lxathx hemp john Bxeloh Fourth Row larry Ward llaxld Lon Lurry leawelle Robert Xdam n Ilan Ttnnnv love Charles West Roy fhambers lliclv Nlurphw Rlthard 'llarltham fztlh Rau 'llncltey 'lla ex David l'r lx Pearce Wilson Dan 'Nlurphy Fduard R1Cl1I6l' Xthel Nletl Darrell X1c'Nlellon tary foldnnan ,lark William and Wilbur Giles Page 120 a s Q ' 9 - - - 1 1 ' . V ' ' . , . . , 1, . . . . , , ., , - . , ct. -. ' ' . , 4 ' . 1' .. , . . . , T . . ,. 1 .Q . , . . v 1 1 - 4 - A - is .' . -as , .f . 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S. merlcanl Club Front Row left to right John Nleasel Vive President Diana Phillips Trea urer lleclu Freen Secretarv Robert Haak Dcle ate to Hardin Judy Price lresirlent Nona 'Nlr' Mlams Dele ate to Hardin and 'llarilxn Nloblev Dele grate to Harding Serond Row Nlr Smith Sponsor Sue Henflernn latherlne Spence fella Butler Judy Stewart Connie 'War hall Jane Farmer Fenewne Jones Jackie Co upwml Nlr Dail Spun or Third Row 'Nanvw Xtlun on Nlike 'lla ew Fharle Potter llettv Williams Jean Shope Petln billilanl Ella V all Fourth Row Dawid Lon Pat llurns Ken Davis Scottie Williams Jimmy Nichola Jimmx lloowei lene Rowlf-tte Ed Cordon Fzflh Rou Pearce Wil on Hubby Wil n Dick 'Nlurphy Dan Nlurphw Ruharfl Nlarltham Wilbur f ile dl'1tlJZ1flx William 'lhe or amzation of this club frew out of the enthusiasm expressed bw the representatne students who attended the Americanlsm Stuclles Pro ram tonfluctefl at Harrlmfr Colle e Searcx Arkansxs flurin the summer of l9dt llhe purpose of thi rlub is to make our stu clent boclx ware of the prlteless btnefits ishith we enjoy 'ws Amerirans in this free countrw un MLW? if der our form of mernment to stuflx toffether stars ln which we can strenffthen our nation t show our appreciation for our countrx to tie xelop lox altx to our countrx anfl to contribute tmwrfl lhe perpctuation of our American Vllax of Life Wlembership is open to stuflents who hfixe hafl or 'ire Currently talcinff American Htstorx .5 'rf .5l' Ql 'Vi 554633 .75 -o-in , Firsl Row left tu right: Carolyn Black. Shirley Shipp. Cindy Clark. Sue Tyrone. Jo Ann Vanderbilt. Joyce Yanderslice, Judy Tibbitt, Judy Phillips, Second Row: Sylvia Harper. Dynnis Helms. Ne-dra Harris. Janice Brown. lllerlene Atta- way, Ruth Ann Angell. Susan Bann, Betty Black. Herbie Crumpton. Third Row: Patsy Stone. June Stone. Nancy Ables. Willie Gibbons. Suzanne Day, Johnny Barkman. Jim Nlillaway. Joan Davis. Ruth Jane Holmes. Fourth Row: Jim Hervey, Roy Chambers, Darrell Nlcfllellon, Douglas Miller, Athel Nletts. Ed Richter. Skippy Tackett. Robert Ad- ams and Stacy Cogbill. Dri ing Club The purpose of the Drixing Club is to pro- mote. by example of the trained drivers of the driving Classes, better and safer driving habits among all drivers at Arkansas High. All members have completed a semester of Driver 'Education and hold a license in good , 'Nj standing. They are easily recognized by the L" ,' "Safe-Teenii stickers denoting their membership. S ,f s if K 9 !Y Q J . Y v 'Q Ms.:,g. Y ,K A . .V A r..1.,, .Mn ., ,M . , 4 1 r 'vi-745' ps?4:+.,. f- . f-- 'V 4 we """1?:J"iQ'!, 1 M - fm. .lg ., l ' f:ff:,',,,-'f" 3525 ', ff J ., P' ,A N-':ir...,3SfJg3i,3fRf"'E1giD3i J, , i Ag ' -11. -Y . --r ' Agmw f qzwil.,.,if. 1- .,glQY,.. A, w 4 Q U ' . "aBV:htu9?k4t4'g A ,:5,Y,,:.:g' my N A. VV K v W :xy ,r r -ff ,wa,,.:,,5 f - , 4-,wr ,,f.r""'r -e..+'- '+ ,P 9, 'fr V' 5 in-5, . --1 ,Mme 7' V . . , H. ., 4. U K y I N fa all 'G' 3l5'L.f f26i 0 ro ""'f- -,gf 'fi i 3.32 "5 field' '- 'f"l'ff' W is .. ' - 5-A-'rf f"l:yg5ifrJ'ii'i"'l"'l3"" Pd' l N '.frwt"i'm- "M'H'.'..5 i 'Q' "9'5'.5" "ri . " 'lf fl' tif-4" . - . ,V he M , --. :S may ,.,.,g, f.3f:-Qyf-,L .Guia 2 w,f"P J.: -,:n',,-4Sg3lya,'.-5. ' '.,s- fry- ,L-ff------.L in 4 f . 9f'm.g1s-'L f ,gy , . f' ta.. I fl " 'fii-A '1 B'-... Y.-N . V- ' ' I . ,5, Seated, left to right: Catherine Spence. Treasurer: Marilyn Molmley. Reporter: Sue Tyrone. President: Julia Bull. SCCNTIHTYL Jl1dY Tihlliil. Vlfe-Pl'CSi1lCDl: and Mr. Wilson. Sponsor. Firxl Rout Sammy Ross. Lloyd Bland. Billy Cram- mer, Quincy Nelson, Mike Massey. Micky Massey, David Fricks. Hcyl Gardner. ,lerry Ward. Wayne Roberts, Gerald Atchison, and ,lumes Holley. Second Row: Johnnie Jackson. Belxa Craig. Rita Sue Edwards. Joyce Jones. Billie Mc- Donald, Carolyn Giles. Gloria Goodwin. Dorothy Brantley. Carol lean Hai. Polly Keller. Mae Frances Keller. Judy Phillips, Patsy Howell, Elizabeth Wilhite, ,lo Ann Dyer, Celia Butler. Carolyn Sullixan. Linda Huckabee. Ella Malin. Margie Chandler. and Brenda Burton. Third Row: Margie Waddell. Linda Agnew. Janet Jones. Betty McDonald. Mary 0'Farrell. .ludy Jones. Gloria Stewart, ,lane Perkins. Sue Teuzue. Dvonis Helms. Melinda Rivers. Barbara Al- bright, Nancy Perkins, Pat Newman, Marie Halter. Mittie Satterfield. and Larry Silvey. Fourth Row: lva Light. Billie Jean Freeman. Barbara Tibbitt, Norma McDowell. Pat Freeman. Mary Cook. Rita Batchelor. Helen Martin. Carolyn Reinhart. Doris Elkins, Sue Ray, Barbara Cannon, Melba Pennington, Margo Hunter. Pat Whitehurst, Patsy Myane, Barbara Myane. Tommy 0'Neal, ,lean Beasley. Pat Brown, June Stone, Karen Trent, Mary Nell Bledsoe, Diana Phil- lips, Nancy Pickard, Joyce Smith. Glenda Ward, Mary DuCote. Betty Bailey. Ann Bauer, Judy Brown. Gerald Willard. Mike Baxter, Steve Tyrone, and Wesley Bryant, T Club Fzrst Ron Ir!! a right Robert Houn Bruce Brooks Roy Ioxe Hale Hudson Ronald llarrls Travis Dowd Ken Da wx J ll Henrx Nlfa Bra uell James Tweeclle Serum! Row ,llllllllt lNuhola Tommy U 'Veal Charle West Cary llrown Hax Wal on Scottie William Unk Nlurphv Vlztor Vlelmh R le l'ewre TFHVI Jones Thzrd Row erry 'lhoma le lex llrvant Rn hard Nlarl-.ham Skippy Pickett Klan Nlorrn in larry Yet l:,ml llleler .lerry Turney Wllllllf 1 Ile and Dan Xlurphx The TClub is an or anlzatlon composed of all boys who have earned '1 letter ln elther Football Basketball Track or Golf Quill and Scroll International Honorary Soclety for H1 h qchool Journalists First Row left to right: Nancy Atkinson, Nancy Penney, Pat Hamilton, ,loyce Vanderslice, Lynda Stewart, ,loyce Stewart, Mrs. Bjork, Sponsor. Second Row: Marilyn Mobley, Anne Hodge, Evelynn Fitz, Randolph, Loretta Mitchell Ruth Ann Angell, ,lo Ann Vanderbilt. Third Row: Helen Rankin, Dan Murphy, Bobby Wilson, Richard Markham: Dick Murphy, and Ross Le F evre. Pep Squad XS e aft :women mf' First Row lrft In right Harriet Vim Fltonette Flrod 'Nlarw Nlar aret fro Lmrla Pankew Carrie Stewart Secre tary Cindy ilark Pre ldent 1 in er V hatlew Trea urer Larolxn Reinhardt Linda Jo Hannibal Nlae Frantes Keller Pat v Nlwane Sffond Rou llorra Stewart Sue Wal h Fe-nexiexe Jone Su an Bann Nlarv 0Farrell Brenda Put man Carol Whatlex Pat Walker Jane Perkin Pollv Keller Nano Perkin Sandra Creer Judy Barnes Third Row nette Nance Margo Hunter Betty Lawler Julia Bateman Fourth Row Celia Butler Betty Black Jane Farmer Judy Stewart Marv DuCote Pat Relnhelmer Judy Peavy Martha Derrsberrv Brenda Burton Isa Light Linda Simmons Marie Halter Frith Row Sarah B avert Jackie Wilkins Connie Marshall Betty Wilhams Jeanine Cherry Edrene Downs Doris Elkins and Helen Elkins The Pep Squad IS an or amzatlon composed of students who possess a Xl orous school spirit The purpf e of the Pep Squad is to promote loyalty to the school and to support the cheer leaders in their work of lncreasin school spirit F u t u r m e r S The Future Farmers of America IS an a ricultural orfranlzatlon whlch teaches the mod ern farmer to keep up with our present day Q of method 545 Ftrst rou le!! to right Lynn Sutton Ronald Baird Farland Crate Edwin Hubnilt Jimmy Brewmgton Cyrill Hub nik, Wayne Roberts Second row Trans Ambler, Charles Hume- Bob 'lltFcrr1n Was ne Tackett, Jerrol Ballard, Ronnie Taylor, Orxal Hudson, James McJunk1n, Boyd Craig, Bennie NICK urrw Thrrd Row James Oats, Donnie Taylor, Orrls Renfrow, Billy Dee Wright, Rov Cooper. Lee Bellew, Dale Timmons, .lohnrlv Yarberrv, Curtis Zimerson, William Sat terfleld, Earnest NIcDowell, Jack Hudson and David Teague ' sf ,-,U 1 yr LL V 'X A ' Q s. Q' r ' .. .1 A , 1 L - 'U' W 'rf - A Y gl r t . '. V , , . A 'X .4 . - 1 6 mf' 1 o T Y K y A 9 ' ' - -, - 1 S 0- " ! 7 W 'I F: -1 1' K ' T' , , 0 g w ' A4 " v Q , U 1 Y' I . S' : 3' gt H S : " , ' ' . ' ' ' .A 1: , s'4j .f" 'zl' '.t ls., " mfs .. , l . - - A V ,lv V ' v Y. Sf , '-Y J.. 'I g' ' ' .V " T : Patricia Reid. Suzanne Day, Pat Smith. Melba Pennington. Betty Moon. Carolyn Thompson, Diane 0'Neal, Jean- , , . ' . 2 ' , . . Q , v - - - ,V ,Q Q l v - - 5 -- D 1 1 - y -1 1 , . . nr . . .D , , , 0, ' - . . D . ls . . . . U . . D . 66 l ' 7, ' fr u 1 s 1 cs- U , 0 ' . , , B P i , V , Q . I A ,r Z. , . X K f- K' , v . ct ,. . fx . t ' 44' A . . ttf Vp . .: f , Z2 J, x Future Traclesmen of merica mm Fzrst Row left In rzght Nlr Ryther Sponsor James Shuffleld Esther lrwlng Patsy Howell Sylvia Covey Judy Olxleal Trans Dowd Nlayllon Teter Sklpper Wormln ton James Tweedle Brenda Crawford and Dons Suggs Seronrl Rau Arlle Roberts Dovle Cunningham Betty ,lo Durham Judy Hardy Zelma Dau Samuel Rose George Nlatloek Rov Pear on Jerry Works Han Roach Larn Payne Carol OBear Wayne Xounglmlood and James Strlck land Thzrd Row Fred Smlth Ray Cene Barnes blendle Bled oe Blllw Llayton Bobby Ray James Honea Ray Wllllam JlIl1lTlV Hood George Sewell Ray Weeks Robert 'Nlcfflure and Troy Bradford The Future Tradesmen IS a club organized to help the students who do not plan to go to col lege select a vocation whlle stlll enrolled ln school Nlost of the members work one half a dag every day at thelr job l'h1s UIVCS them a work able knowledge of thelr vocatlon whlle stlll 1n school Auto echanlcs Blk I Fzrst Rau. left Io right Daud Ro ers Ronald Smith Eddte -hnsworth Henry Dean Oscar Hannibal Larn Hunt Stanley 'Nrchola Allen Copelm Donald Hamm and Nlr Herron Sponsor Second Rau Chester Damels Charles Pblllxps Jlmmy Jackson James Vmes Jack Aaron Johnny Pxckard Jlmmy Thompson Omer Nettles and James Holley Thzrd Row Louxs Adams B111 Hawkms Donald Feagms Larry Martm Harry Cornehus Robert Thacker Neal Kllllan Benny Avery and Charles Klrhy auth Hop , and Flarlty ?" xx I 4 dnl 5.0 1 s NGA' 0 'si :ima--nuns.-V I H10 r ht 'Nlnrkex Nla ey Patrnk l'lar1tx Nue Txron 'Nlanne Nlclnrkle Yutor Welch Quadlander Crabbe Hnharrl Xlarlxham llenrx llrd elt Nanu Xtkm on 'Nlr Olrua Orkney Bill looree Terence Flarlty Eleanor lanex Hope Lrahlme Catherme Spence l'3lll1fTdlllJ8 fharles V1 t Jack Qumlan fvsen Palmer Sallv Parsons J B Henrv 'Nlont Nan Twlller and Krlene Xarluerry lu lane Not pre ent when pu ture was taken Ken Davis Reg 16 Yan 'lvnller Falth Hope and Flarlty our second sen 1or play, was held Aprll 24 The plot concerns an Irlshmfm named Flarlty and an Engllshman named Crahbe w ho became good frlends throufrh a war experlence Thl frlendshlp becomes so great that they make a promlse If one of them has a dauohter and one has a son the boy and glrl mll marry Flarlty has a son and Crabbe has twm daufrhters Naturally the result IS confuslcn 9 11 46 P-J' 4. :,' In V 'll 'PII 6.1! 185' Becky Green, Joyce Vanderslrce, Joyce Stewart. La'Nlell Anderson, Nancy Ables, Manlyn Mobley, Nona McAdams, Palsy Stone, Larry Szlvey, Don Kennedy, Larry Payne and Dale Vlckers Not present when plcture was taken Dlana Phllhps, Play Chamnan, Nancy Watkms, Sarah Beavert, .lxmmy Wllhams and Pat Bums 5 . : 1 , .. p"" A . A 1 J, ff c 1 'f ,fl Ualiiayy u Y , 1 J ,Tye ,' Q 1 , Y ., i'i Z 'iw 1, if PX.. f, r ax. . , , W N X U- ' ,ixgx 7' - L . P x P P . J A y A I xc? ' L, ' if ' 11-av U ' , L Q A .I 'V C 4 , .SM ' f 5: 5 ffffq, raw: mn, NJ . I L . if Q . e 2 f - A -1 f of w . X ff? lr ' -.., , r fe!-ff' 1 'f v if r ya' J k qw., H K - A Vx 1 1hsxQ.ni1-,Y . ' , z., El A ' 1' V lf: Q A W.. M I ' , W ff ' V ' "T --'Z l'f'-- , --is P ' --- N' ' . N -sf I J' 4, Av- , - A k-,.J -. ' T ' - 32, 'P M i ,L ,rf ig Z SS,-'. 4 ,N Q D. Y ' ' Y V' ' I P' 7 . L " ." . jll gg 11" "s .. -. ' 'g ' ' . . 'jg , ' gl '.' f' if - "f. ' ' 31' . , -.:. , I. A ja " ' Q 1 ' '. , , S ' t ' ' Z '. - U. , . '. ,. . 44 - - as s fs 1 ' 1 . I ' i r, ' . S V . I ' k 7 v A C 1 I 7 . . n , : 'Q w . V 3 Q 2 'F' . F- . - , Q . 4 Q : 2. , .. QQ ui, , , K J v 4.4 Y Y' . . Y i 1, X -1 w V A' N F B L A Inltate Members at Semester ? WYE' HAT Fzrst Row lef to flghl Eleanor lanev flnrla Stewart Betts Fllx ,lean Qhope Sue Wal h ,lackle Wfllklfl Jane Perkma Carol Jean Haw Pat Walker Eltnnette Elrnd and Helen NIHTIIU Svfoml Row Pat Fomby Delta Larew Karen Trent Geneva Whltefxeld Elualmeth Colden Reta Batchelar Qarah Qallw Tommle Comb and ,lackle Coop- wood Th1rdRou Sue Ray Suzanne Daw .ludw ONeal Helen Fllunc Glenda Ward llarllara Cannon Pat Brown June Stone Cafeteria Staff ? l I ?""""" '1 5 is Hail. Caesar! We Came. we saw. we conquered. ' Y Behind the Scene Activities at Senior Play Committees hard at work. Punto and frlemle. Mr. Wil-nn. nur director Chorus members prepare for an nual Christmas Asfemlnly. 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Weak Tfzwlrle H0125 lilltllill HY liAlil5l'l'5 'lihv H1159 gut tiff lu ai slim' start against Atlanta. :Xfter leading most of the game LlUJl1i'llilUMll and an extra point lay the llalmlvits nie-ant the gnnie as Atlanta min lil-IU. 'lihe Hog slimming lnrmr-fl there- was tllll1'll rmnn for uiipmu-liierit. H.-XZUH-BACK5 'l'RAXlI'Lli Nl.'XGN0l,lA The l"urkers K'3lIlC hack strunff in their sec-:rml :lame of the tear. Xlaunulia Jruved no 0 - v - 1 1 I-l .K . rv . tr I 1 up pnsitiml against the fired up Hogs on the glnnirnl in in the zur. lln- Pnrkers 'ill4lXS'f'fi the pntentxahty thf-x had fur the rest nf the feasun as they twink their first win 25-T. HOG5 LOOSE 'IU CROSS-TOWN HIVA-XLS The fvruppy hun:-h 1lfliaZuI'lxaelQS drew first lnhmrl In sc-urine in the first period. 'lihen the Tigers scored twiee with the Hogs scoring once again in the firft half nf play. The half ended with the Tigers leading ll-12. The Hogs play ed u xery guild first half hut r:ouldn't handle the Tigers the sewmrl. The Razwrlvaeks scored unlx tance nwre is hilt' the Tigers 1-misled tn a 4-1-19 victory. .l. B. Henry -Sr. Honoralzle .llenlion ,limniy Homer-jr. Weali' Cllflfll SIFOIIQ Tzzrlrlv .lerry 'liurney-Sr. fm! Yerun llf"ft'll.W' Ct'Ilfl'f lil Victor Welch-Sr. Tommy O7NeaI-Sr. Ed Bleier-Sr. Strong Guard Strong Guard 2nd Team Offense Honorable .Iflention Strong Tackle HARD FIGHTING HOGS TIE TROJANS The Razorbacks were the underdogs because of many injuries, but still proved strong. They played catch-up all through the game. Ronald Barris was the workhorse for the Hogs. He ran and passed well during the entire game. Trailing by 27-20 with only seconds remaining. the Hogs scored. Jacob booted the extra point ending the game at a 27-27 tie. PORKERS FALL TO MIGHTY LITTLE ROCK TIGERS The Razorbacks got off to a very slow start in the first half. Then they settled down to do a creditable job against a powerful Little Rock team. Little Rock took their twenty-second straight victory 47-T. HOGS SQUEEZE BY FT. SMITH 13-12 The underdog but determined Razorbacks fought hard to win this Homecoming contest. Barris scored both of the Hog touchdowns in the first half. The Ft. Smith Grizzlies threatened time after time but were stopped by the tough Razorback defense. The Grizzlies were making a last effort to score before Stacy Cogbill intercepted a pass with only seconds remaining. The Hogs then ran the clock out winning by a one point margin. Damon Young-Sr. Larry Vest-Sr. Travis Dowd-Sr. 2nd Team Offense Strong End Wing Back Strong End wav-nr , ,J W , - f Q M: , . .15 i wg I ,, , . K Haze Hudson-Sr. Roy Love-Sr. Skippi' Tacketbsf- Wing Back Blocking Back 2nd Team 0ff6llS6 Fullback RAJORBACKS FALL TO EL DORADO The first half was a close battle and at halftime the hogs had a T-6 leacl. El Dorado staged a second half rally and sc-orecl three quick touchflowns to win a crucial Big U game 24-7. The game later clecifletl se-conrl and third places-El Dorado was second ancl Texarkana third. TEXARKANA RANIBLES OVER PINE BLUFF After an even first half which found the, score tierl T-T the Hogs came hack to heat an undefeated Zebra team in a mud bowl. This was one of the finest team efforts of the year. The final gun found the Hogs on the long end of a 19-T score. RED AND WHITE SNIOTHER BLYTHEVILLE The Razorbacks got off to a quick start by scoring from the first play from scrimmage. After that there was no stopping the Hogs. They ran and threw for touchdowns in heating the Chicks 35-13. Ken Davis-Sr. Ronald Barris-Sr. Stacy Cogbill-Jr. Fullbaclf All State Honorable Mention Tailback Center . 4. N- -hm, Travis jones-Jr. JHHICS ViIlCS-.lI'. Gary' Brown-Jr. Honoralxl Weak ,H e .llenlinn llonorfzlzle llention llonoralzle Menlion Guard Wing liarlf l3lm'A'1'nglfafl' PUIQKIQRS WIIIP NORTH Ll'l"l'LE ROCK ie Hogs cinehefl third pluve in the Big 13 hy heating North Little liovk l'J-0. It was played in the inud whivh seerned always to fayor the Hogs. The first half was very' vlose with the score T-0. Then in the sevond half the Hogs came alive and soured two quick ones to ice it. The Hogs were unde- feated in the home field. This was the best game ol' the season. H:XZURB.'XCK5 DOWNED BY LEOPARDS The first half was a Close fight. lleQuevn surfed first. then tht- Hogs came lrarlc. then they traded scores again with the score lil-I2 in fayor of the l'u.rkers at halftinn-. lJeQueen scored 2 qui:-lt touchdowns in the third quarter and wasted to a 26-ll victory. Charles jacolm-Soph. Nlike Edwards-Soph. John George-Soph. Honorable .llerition Wlirzg' Hawk Weak Guard Tailbaclf 1 K Neal Points-Soph. Strong Guard x W' 3, ' .f -. f - Q: 1.143 44 Q?" wi' N Jerry Thomas-Soph. Slrong Tackle 'F' Q3 ai" 5' Y' 137 , 1 AC . S We-Qlex Brwant Soph Weak Tackle MANAGERS. left to right. Harry Cornelius. Hubert Young. jimmy Nicholas. Ray Watsu . Pace 137 H57-58 RAZORBACK B osrszns JMWAQ' wx W ,fmf 51,5 KW Vjuwgliifwf W MW MW? Q 5 My Q fig sv VW LXJV if-Q. M-awaam, KS Neg QWCZYY fmhafaw E255 5 N mf 7m,d74u.1i,42Q5L.4 My fig zma M Awww MMM . mf 1-'ai ' IL,"-Px . fx . EWU iii tw' ' ' W 1 .W 1V"'hwW ga 1 6,3213-" XE' A 2 M WX gigs W we 680'-A4 iam xr is fe 4 H 0' is E: M7 5. Xl. n E , , ,J 4, A-. ' Lf' mm. 'buddy ' 16 M, Q, , i I ' .,. WL, W- , ,.e,,. .M ma 3' M ,, , A .. V V' i 2' I W . , Y , Mb "Y" 7' W ff iff! M' A ' I M' 'f i ' N W' 1 x :Xb Q 1 .f ww. ku M N-Uv? w , N K ...Z as V. fi 'rw lmjz to riglllz Head lluauli, llurave liriminz .-Met. flwzivli. lulue- Nlimtgwinerx 3? vip, 2 azorbclck Squad First Row, left lo right: Wilbur Giles. Tommy Powell. Ken llaxif. Alfa Brasuell. Russ LeFevre. Svvond Row: Jerry Kennedy, Managerg Skippy Tackett. Athel Bletts. Alan Hurrifwm. Larry Vest. Scottie Williams and Herbie Crumpton, Manager, id Scottie Williams 119' iQ?5?Qi, L "' f .' , ' is li ' if " 2 'X -aghwlf' '+G Ross Le Fevre Vest stops Grizzlies drive. Skippy Tackett ..,-J K Yxxfdll Tommy Powell Trapped! ! 'Klan Morrison 4wV .Q ,R Athcl Mens X. gf Ven:-f' f Ill I-.ls T ykwlifl L4 s as Q5 -nd Q , -no ,K -1 , ns p X'1. Hi Zi fd g , 5 Larry V6Si Alfa Brasuell I E 1 E 'wif Out uf my wav! 4 Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks 2,43 ' i V 1 1' ! I 'gf'T'L"1'Z5 gun., - ..,...z-z.,.a.....abN,- Mi ff Van Buren Hope El Dorado Emerson Hooks Mt. Vernon De Kalb Maud El Dorado Magnolia Ft. Smith Little Rock Rob Whitener Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbacks Razorbhcks Zz ,.,-wr North Little Rock Hot Springs Emerson Pine Bluff Blytheville Blythevillo Ft. Smith Little Rock Hot Springs North Little Rock Hope Pine Bluff 8 Champ . Page 145 1957-58 Razorett - 15 Slzzrlrlirlg, fvfl In rfglzf: iff-11411 llvfrurf- I1vwn11. Sylvia ATtPl'lJlIY'f. Virginia Haxgvwrl. ,Iimmiu L99 NIK'4'lHllxil1. Juvkie Flaherty aml Farm-Nline Wutkinx. KII1'1'lI-7113. lvl! tn rjghiz Fzuah Ile-awful. Kzitlmry Il ,lfilllx Fuel 515411, Par Smith. HPlmev va Birtvher. Ruvhel Uirtvhcr anzl Paula Norton. pm Rm hel Butcher ll Page 146 , dvi. 4 'funky ,' ,AJ E'T.1Q'L-Nz: I iN x fa ,, in L Aix Q 'fiwwsgx pp. QS' -Q ,Z - Q31 ,S 'f -v O IIWI 'l l 'I All 4l"": . lyuffs QQ! 'Q ' +1 Ill 1958 Razorback Golf T am L lv iff 703 'x s V2 if wild ,Q- XI? ,A-,rc"1P"' al' 'Y' f S FQ ...nf 9- M' mfr, -'W' 's 9 bp. '11 'if' .sllfuix gg Fzrst Row lc-ft to rzght Tommy Fuqua Wlllxe Glbbons Jxmmw Pennmglon Pat Burns Second Row Edwm Moon Tommy Frazler Dick Niurphy Dan Murphy and Bxlly Crammer Coach James Montgomery Page 149 .5 .. . It 7 -.. , -as Q, 1 ,. ' Sl '- . . - - W q . A I 1' . 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FLf5tR01L hh gn nghg Rlchard Tyeon Bruce Brooks Roy Lowe fharles Wet Rlehanl 'Nlarlxham Charlet Jacob Ronald Barns Farv Brown and Ro s Ielevre Serond Row Rob Wlutener Xxrlllllll' I llee Seottle Wllllam Steven Smllh Larry Alford Haze Hud on Sluppy Taclxett Ed Blener John Fun and Ken Dau Thzrd Row Larry Vest Alan Horn on D1Ck Robertson ,laLk Clles Jamei Bench Robert Dau Gear e .lurd-ill R0l16rl lavender .lame Boatman and Mlke Erlwardes Coachee Harold Steelman James Nlontgomery Joe Thoma on and Rlp Powell +-3 2 if X7 'W gain: r f1N-"'-.,- 'NSA 38 90' 11 YQ PM 11' g. 1- Z' lww f' SPRINTERS Lett to rzbht Rose LeFewre Scome Wllllame Roy Love Charlee We t Rlchard Nlarkham George ,lor dan Ronald Barrie Cary Brown Mllxe Edwarde and Charles Jacob Page 151 sl sl' JF Q Q L W' 1' I " L V .,. Q M f I v - me - - f -az l , f er ,, fl- 'Y , - ' . A xx V L 1 . W, T I X , A f I , 0 A , ' -1 x ' , lg, g l ,, 3 QQ l Ill- Q . ., -M , H, V I " - 1 -, ' 'A' n ' ' . 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M V V b K , S y . . , - fb if , "" W Q1 . 83 N9 3 V 3 'f if ' E- :X . . ., '51 V , E 3 4 , ' A f 1 A E1 Qs. ' -f , Yi. 'i fi X, CP -on FIELD EVENT 'WEN Fzrst Row lrft to rzght Bruce Bro: lx Ken Dau John Eun James Bench and Haze Hudson Second Row Rob Whnener Larry YeQt Alan 'Horn on bklppw lauxett Ed Bleler and Nllke Edwardes Mg an BJ 4 CQ SQ w,H,,N:k!v M1 'zffisf' fm...-V ,XM px f"' fm, 3 Qwml 'Sn- DISTANCE RUNNERS lift to rzght Dick Robert on Rnberi ldxender Rvlmert Ilan Rlrhard Tyson Larn Al ford Steven Smith Jack fllee james Boatman and Wrlbur fxle Page 152 X X ,Q ai 1.QQ--, 3, M -v x t W :F , I 1 I , E , . fait? f X' ' "' A I N X 5? , if , , . j X E - if ff . E n 5 7 ,- ,X J , ,x x L fi: .5 I fag r1,,,,, nf E E - ' L M Vg E .. ' fu 9 -, , ,-Q ' . , . ng, S: ' 0 , . 3 - - :A R- lv: Hfmi .Q : 1 ' 'T f 5 gzyx V 5- ,, in v' V was x 'tif' ' 5 ' 11 L? ..' x f , f' if Y X, if l 2 'V r n ' E EN 1 i r x K. E , 17 'mv-f awry f V1 5 K g , x X - 5 fb- 5,9 fn E H e Y, j E , X, 55,5 . V 'LV K ggf -. , ' N ' 'LQ' .4 5.'d: ev ' V Q ,. ' A' 5 T f faigqfi. ,A E- . . E ' . E W' , :li fn- '4 ALAN MORRISON AA-AAA State Tournament. All Rig Eight Iiawkethuli. 1 'Elf -:yy -XA-AAA State Tournament. All Big Eight Baekethall. Il Stat fi I X19 RONALD BARRIS All Big Eight First Team Offense. Firet Team All Southern. Honorable Mention All American. All Star Game. SKIPPY TACKETT All Big Eight Second Team Offense. DAXION YOVNC .XII Dig Eight Second Team Defense --id ED BLEIER All Dig Eight Second Team Defense. Xll Star Came. ...V Rev JERRY TLRNEY All Big Eight Second Team Defense , 4' XS: ey. , , "Y N P gif Q pl x' ,ji -'Q X 15 iff 2,1 5 'ZSQLT x Remember The Homecoming Ceremonies. Mechanical Drawing Boys At Work Page 154 4L ll ,FV Delegates board bus for Southern Convention of Student Cnunvils at Arlington. Virginia. '1 9, - fam. K ui: pi , . 39 ' Speech Club Plays W R 4975 Cws .ite The l mat ALFRL-D c lVEufMnfy DJ J M I , V A ,, dz LK X X Ji 'C ' Q ' x Ulf Girls flak lluys For ll- J' " n' ' ion" . i"'M-H Q. J if Five X . , V if 3 ,v ,v ' lif ' in i Q ,., i i ' P ' , V , 5 X -L' ef I' i :greg H ! 1 r I i J S an 5 I QQQ 'of iw. If E wa NTS EE Evcnvolv AN Ad uv OUR PoRKER 5:2-HC" ,Xa THE TEXARKANA CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO INC W +7+hS+ A'rRb TI I1 32I72I 3283II SOUTHWEST PRINTERS 81 PUBLISHERS INC 308 Eas+ Broad Phone 2 4222 TEXARKANA ARKANSAS Page 156 'Pm 990 QQ 9 f b Q ',"-.- J6 EL 1 'Q Q5 Qin 0 5 , ' L ' T- ' I1 I """-T f ., . l 1 es . o ison Rd. Q eep ones - an Tefrilgkjsna, I We Are Proud To Have Had A Part ln This Flne Arkansas Annual We a+ Slerllng s are pleased +o have asslsfed lhrough our cameras In 'lhe prepara non of fhus fme yearbook We smcerely hope +ha+ 1+ brings pleasanl memories lo each of you down fhrough +he years lf our pholographs lend +hemselves 'l'o 'lhns end we will lcnow 'l'ha+ our lob was wor+h whale Your negahves wlll be preserved In our fcles 'len years +o fall your pholographlc needs S ERLING STUDIOS 32 Pune Street M A so Prlvale Branch Exchange General Ofhce 3rd 8: Laurel 23 3I23 Relaul Slore 3rd 8: Ash 2 5882 Page 157 rJ'vl Diff hy y f yjyl lv 3 yfqfy H y Wav r We L Jyl' - 5, -YE 'Awww EAST FUNERAL HOME UNIVERSAL RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT co DIs+rIbu+ors For Maryland Club 8: AdmII'dl'I0h Coffee 322 Wesi' Broad 3 94I I JACK V CLARK AETNA LIfe lnsurance Co SIa+e Nail Bk Bldg Phone 2 828l PARK PLAZA MOTEL LARGEST NEWEST FINEST AIr CondI'rIoned SwImmIng Pool Room Phones RadIos FIne Food Also In FI' Worfh AmarIllo Rafan Flag Sfaff SI Louls Belmonl' In Dallas Cafalma In WICEIITB Falls Town Park In Memphls Easf 7'Ih 67 7I Complnmenfs A D SCHNIPPER MEAT CO Meaf ProcessIng For Deep Freeze WILLIAM CLARK Service Station MAGNOLIA PRODUCTS Accessories Washing 8: Lubricafion Pickup 8: Road Service 30I E. 7Ih. 22 I922 Compllmenrs of HALL ENGINEERING Page 158 S , - ,.,..,. , , . 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I w may 3 'f-1 P S161 PALMER ELECTRIC 322I-I D I22 52 STUEART GROCER COMPANY REHKOPF MATTRESS Company Inc 207 WEST STREET Stop Agan TRUCK AND TRAILER RENTALS TEXARKANA U S A 3 4382 9 Putter Klddlelond IN SPRING LAKE PARK cl GOLF COURSE IN BEVERLY PARK DUKES BEAUTY SALON I32I STATE LINE FOOD STORES Iclwry Sue selects a radio tor graduation. Ia 'lo Compliments Compliments ot ot I o 523 E. Broad 2-7I62 Phone 3-6762 Con ratulations, Seniors! 3rd. and Spruce Street an Phone - Compliments ot 7 - I1 P 162 Baxter Motors CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH l2l8 I220 Texas Ave Phone 3 7082 TEXARKANA TEXAS Compllments GOODYEAR Servlce Stores 7TH AND TEXAS Phone 3 4l 39 Texarkana Texas NATL BANK BLDG TILSON 81 C0 INSU FIre' Fire' You'll never catch us sleepmg' PHONE 33 3I56 Compllments N N of Chic Beauty Shop Shoe Store IOQVZ W Broad 32 807' 205 E BROAD 22 9060 Comphments of Timberlakes 306 MAIN 3 e55I Allen Fabric Center LATEST IN FABRIC 325 E Broad 2 7321 Page 163 ot . C E TEX. D I , , . ,, BALLARD S ESSO Service Stahon OPEN 24 HOURS IOI Easf S+ 2430I BAPTIST BOOK STORE EXTENDS GREETINGS I958 Sensor Class CROW LAUNDRY SANITONE DRY CLEANING II06 Hazel Phone 3 4I6I Texarkana Texas GARRIS CLEANERS RUBYE S 1423 New Bos+on Rd Interior Decorohng Shop Gave Us A Try We Sahsfy Dushngulshed Tas+e Phone 33 3772 or 33 3342 Fo' Those who Cafe I I02 S'I'afe Lme For Delnvery Service TEXARKANA U S A C0,,,,,.,men,S of SHURTLEFF TILE nAvls LUMBER co C""P""Y 60I Eas+ S+ Il22 EAST STREET S 2 7674 Phone 22 947I TATE NATIONAL BANK Thai s where our money goes' P Ge 164 1 1 Man HOUSE OF FLOWERS Now to get a date! Phone 32 695I Safety Brake Co 805 West 7th Compl me ts Phone 3 67I I WHITE FOX CAFE Flrst Federal Savings and Loan Assoclatlon OF TEXARKANA J D 2'6 E d Service Statlon Thrltt IlIte Educat on MAGNOLIA PRODUCTS Assures Brnghter Futures 3rd and Laurel Ph 2-4783 Start A Savlngs Account CITY GROCERY WITH us gn MARKET 324 East Broad W D BLEDSOE Q 5I5 I . I n - ot i . 3r ' ' Il 0 l i d P 165 Dj vu 4 Jar dy flf L Davls Pharmacy Ig NES DLIETINC IVE APPAREL FOR WOMEN FAST FREE DELIVERY The Rexall S+ore H5 E59 Broad 6+I1 and Walnuf Phone 2 Phone 2 Texarkana Arkansas Texarkana Ark CHARCO S DRIVE IN Charco s for ihai' qulck coke' 2605 NEW BOSTON ROAD 33 3074 Comphmenfs of H. PAINTS PLUMBING I SPORTING eooos I DISTRIBUTOR II I Easi' Sfreef I PAN AM Phone 2 9333 N PRODUCTS Texarkana, Arkansas SIMMONS HARDWARE I i Page 166 I I C4265 fa The pause +ha+ refreshes' REASONS DRUG CO 20l Eas+ Broad TEXARKANA ARKANSAS Telephone 23 3I37 MASSEY S SHOES 323 E Broad Phone 2 9l4I TEXARKANA, U S A Congrafulahons' Texarkana Electric Company 320I STATE LINE Phone 3 967l Comphmenfs of Texarkana Cotton Oll Corporation 600 E Broad HAROLD'S CLEANERS HAROLD sr MURIEL MOORE Owners 324 Hickory Dual 2 8 I 26 S and S SUPPLY "Complefe Ou'rfnHers For Your Car" 2 I 7 Easi' Broad TEXARKANA. ARKANSAS Page 167 I f QS' f w 5525 if ., A' ff: fy. T 1 E, Y X. '55 ez: . . I I . O O MORGAN PLAN COMPANY LOANS AUTOMOBILE FURNITURE CO-MAKER 4'I'I1 and WaInu'I' Phone 2-7I7I Dreyer Motor Co FORD Cars and Trucks TEXARKANA ARK CompInmen+s McWilliams Stationary Complefe Glfi' Headquar+ers COMPLIMENTS OF RALPH BROTHERS Laundry and Dry Cleaning GARLAND IMPLEMENT C0 H A NELSON Manager 6 EAST 9TH Service wu+I'1 a smile' PHONE 2 727I Paqe 168 ' of I I 2I I04 East Broad JAMES COLLINS COLLINS AND WILLIAMS Hey, good-looking! I like 'rhaf coaI'. Phone 22-99l I DAVID W ILLIAMS J N SHOPTAW PULPWOOD DEALER s. FORESTRY CONSULTANT 22I WesI' 4+I'1 PHONE 32 22I4 Comphmenfs of TEXARKANA FUNERAL HOME u4oo ON YOUR DIAL KTFS RADIO Tops In Radio In Texarkana SKEET EDMONDS Cleaners Dua 3 75I I PICK UP 8: DELIVERY SMART SHOPPE Where Smari People Buy 22I7 STATE LINE Phone 3 8063 Boehmer Haltom Motor Co DODGE PLYMOUTH I620 New Bosfon Rd Page 169 . I - 2I I Reading Ave. BELL RADIO 81 TV SERVICE 5I0 East 8+h PHONE 2 6722 Comphments of McKENZIE HUMBLE Servlce Statlon l0I5 Texas Ave PHONE 33 3843 MEXICAN FOOD La VILLITA I424 State Lune Phone 2 546I BOYD S INC THE REXALL STORE 30I Mann Phone 3 4I7I TEXARKANA TEXAS BEN F SMITH DRY GOODS CO su YEARS IN TEXARKANA Girls are you ready for the Sensor Prom7 IF ITSNEW ITSAT SMITHS Texa rka na Poultry Assoclatnon Successful Brand Feeds FUL O PEP FEEDS 2I7LaureI Phone26I8I 26I82 ROY MORGAN State Lune Barber Shop 4I2 State Lune Compliments of WOMMACK S I04 West Broad 3 6 5 Compliments Of OZAN MOTORS are M I324 Texas Ave Page 170 . . 1 C . . . , . ' Tn ,. Q .1 KA , AA II I I I ll . . . 1 .. .. Fowler Optical Co. 6I2 National Bank Bldg. P. H. FOWLER Texarlcana, Arlc. - Tex. FAULKlNBURY'S Grocery and Market I80I East 9th SOWARDS Butane Gas and Appliance Co VISIT US AT 222I State Lune Phone 3 5962 TEXARKANA TEXAS Compliments of GIFFORD HILL C0 cm OFFICE RUNNELS Phone 3 865l TEXARKANA TEXAS GOODSON S Service Station EAST AND DUDLEY POLAR BEAR I805 East 9th St Best In Refreshment Compluments of BASS WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Get a TIGER' Pg 171 O l I I U U Y X 7 E S I xxx . .z' X " , E. L. f Owner X . ,E 1.6 '. a e VISIT OUR PLANT See how Peppy we are' Dr Pepper 7 Up Bottling Co Compllmenfs SMITH COMPANY OPEN 24 HOURS DUDE 81 HAZEL SMITH Owners 934 Slale Line Phone 2826! TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS W S Dlckey Clay Co VI'l'l'l'FI8d Salf Glazed Clay Sewer Pape Noi Affecfed by Sewer Gas or Acnds TEXARKANA TEX ARK Complnmenfs SKIBELLS TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS I I6 Easf Broad Phone 2 7I4I Page 172 we n I . M - M I S 0 ,ni V fa? Of ' . OIL Of Compllments ot COOK Butane Gas 72I East 3rd Congratulatlons SenIors GUY S ORANGE 7TH AND OLIVE McCarIey Motor Co DESOTO PLYMOUTH 800 State LIne East Street Cleaners 309 East Street Phone 2 736I PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE Compllments ot CUBB 81 SONS Shoe Store I02 E Broacl 2 82I2 Lotton s Pharmacy FREE DELIVERY SERVICE I602 W 7th DIAL 3 4531 Ideal Plumblng Co PLUMBING HEATING 2I8 E Broad Street Phone 2 5l85 P O Box 980 TEXARKANA ARK Compllments Ueckert s Jewelers 2I3 Pme D.aI 3 7272 MIDWEST MILK always thought a cow was Invo ve I says Ken Page 173 I I Air Con-eitioning OI I . , , I . . n I I I "I ' I cl." . My fl! LJ XJR W l 6 WM SW K ' N f' The Home Ec gurls learn +l1a+ +he way 'fcfa ! DIAL 2 588I 5 LII N7 as +hrough hns s+omacl1 I223 COUNTY Yr c Compliment wH.TEHURST PENNEY Texaco ALWAYS Elks! QUAUTY' Complnmenfs S H KRESS 81 C0 THE COMPLETE VARIETY McGulres TV Center COLOR TELEVISION Hi-Fl Audlo I824 Sfafe L'ne Complimenfs Of ARROW GRILL nz E. s+h 2-5092 Music HEADQUARTERS BEASLEY S 309 Easf Broad Page 174 XJ Ill-Sli if C Woods Rexall Pharmacy Tam Tfaffo XE Your HeaI+h IS Our Business TRUCFKS JE FARM THPLEMENT PROMPT DELIVERY 2,5 Bath 2300 New Bosfon RCI 33 3472 X exarkana Ark!! ff C Comphmenrs C .mem-5 Yellow Cab Neon Sign Egctrlcgjl, Compan DIAL 2 4I4I 5I'I1 and Grand 2 662 A THOM Grocery 81 Market ompIlmen'rs FREE DELIVERY W P D 8 ac g QX Open 7 Days A Week Dxvlslon 8: S'I'a'I'e Lune N I No 2 Phone 3 977l 875 Dud ey? I I6 Presfon TEXARKANA ARK TEX ffmne 2 4244 GRAPETTE BOTTLI NG C0 GrapeH'e hu+s Ihe spof' . 4 Page 175 W , a n ., A Y data-I id fn C EY'-xx C XA , X f cf I in xx' ' n - " ' f 0' 1 'f i C I 'B fe x 2- - x .4 QAM, I4 ! . ' Y fx I I, vb S- C V , R D 52-as Cl ,452 CLS is X ,J X - N tx Qx X , . X N frog? 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I 1 4 , A .HJC VR I OI I . , We fffffff-L I hall retu L4'bffCb?.,ojf 'W 'iiiwwig J-ff l m 'QQTQWM Four States Grocer Company Two States Service MOTEL HOBBY SHOP 82I W Texarkana Compliments ot Riley s Sporting Goods 220 West 3rd Phone 3 747l Best Wishes C0mPllmenl'5 Pickens Typewriter ot Supply The Western Store Typewriters Adding Machines Hwy 67 West Phone 3 7443 ' Cash Registers Sales and Service Page 177 w 1 f B at f ' 2 , 1 ' - P Z , 1 f 4 I I I , ' t e 0 - ' ' t-ff , r 1 t f ' 'N ffwbbw C . , .,sss. ,, ..,s, , so my F,,,.,--f'f""4A 71 1 At , PI. + B P I , ' I3 ot , 1 H s rnl' .1 . ' V . I . 7+h I Compllmenis Comphmenh Farmers 81 Ranchers Slmmons Drugs 0 Commlss' n co 224 Mann Phone 3-4I28 Compllmenis Lavender Radlo 81 TV Supply C 8. C Electrnc WHOLESALE ONLY Company 520 E 4+h Phone 2 4I95 I07 Senafor Phone 22 2823 n"""lil sl' Vllilrwxv L1 ' J 1 U1lll2J 4:3 Prlce 81 Tye Furniture 32 764I West., Broad one These are Cheerleaders? Ruben S Kay s Jewelers Mon S Home of Regns+ered Diamonds 203 W Broad Phone 3 5082 I I5 W Broad Phone 32 274I Page 178 of of of ' li Q 'ti K. : B , A , Qlll-Q 217 Ph - ,K ,, C " I I I Il 0 I Il N Q'N, I w,Y m 555 S1 X5' XX Nik SSX! X 6 X Q Q 9.. N x Q QXO NN Y was X pw Q 593 Qi X 'Xe x Rx AQ smbu touaazzhauseraeo BT' RANCE Fw U BQNDS Texarkana Hrk Tex I The Cham Store 3I3 Easf Broad Phone Texarkana, Arkansas 23 3863 Sglvgy PRESldENf El time IS certamly lmportant to the Sp Cl b h Complnmenfs of Jefferson Coffee Shop Fronf and Sfafe Lune Ave FRED E. MILLER Dlsfrlbufor Cities Service Products Texarkana, U.S.A. PQ . Q Q NX XXX Q 1 NN NJ .. X 0 'Q in'-J-.ti "7-- vi' X lxwz Xt ' W9 Q X ' 'Q N an S V, Q QQ N bt, XXQSJ 'Y' RJR xg N sk ,Jigga 3 XS QQ, A In V9 fu X2 1' 'UN' Dix. x ' QQ or E12 SJ Q53 B75 V .2 ' QLX P N5 f ...P 3 3 . A X. ,'o. r PSJ C, ' yB O , O 0 ' Complimenfs W V of .puff-vw' 9o phmen1's of THE TEXARKANA NATICNAL BANK Member Federal Deposrl' Insurance Corporahon GRIM HOTEL DRUG Open730AM +o I030PM 7 DaysAWeek Prescruphons Dehvery Service "Serving Texarkana Since l93l" 3rd X: S+a+e Lune Phone 33 3l39 "All dreeeed up and no place to go" Compllmen+s of The Frontier Store Jack Davis Pump House SOUH1 Lelia Phone 32 789I Page 180 v' I 'ttf , VJ, V 2 lie I' ' f' f! 1 , xl , If Vt! fl ' ,' il .V , ff ' V, ' I I A , V 3 U I I ,ll 2 U' ' Ju l IM,-I , 2: ' X J .iff L ,W F 3 if 1' , ' N ' ' lf- J V 311 , if V' V 'I ly J 3 j I A ' P 1 I'l D .I . E ,V Q' al 1' e V ni3 if 1 Ragland Office Equipment Co. 3ll-3l3 Main Texarkana, Ark.-Tex. For The Office: Typewriters Mimeographs Office Furniture Adding Machines Fluid Duplicators Supplies Compliments of Firmin Printing Company Phone 23-395l Continental Trarlways Always Going Your Way 402 State Line Phone 2 5l63 Compliments Palmers Gro and Mkt Palmer Brothers Barbeculng 8: Catering Service I738 W 7th 3402! I738 W 7+h 34021 GOOD SHOES Compliments of a Friend Ceraldme and Gerald Page 181 l I ll 0 ll of I I O . ,NA I ' ., . A , 0 o - , W 4 I A , 1 . ' K s 2' if X, N2 NXQXQJ Cpmplumenfs of TENNISON BROS INC Dual 22 2733 92l Eas+ Broad Texarkana U S A Cullom Walker The Hen les ts m PACKARD Sales and Servlce I3l6TexasAve Pon 3 8 Comphmems Compllmen+s Termlmx Company Boxing' gcrgzggny 20l3 Boulevard Ph 3 874 Texarkana Texas Page 182 I 1 l 1 ' l 1. . ' , ' A Tx . , Q' . I 1, A V ol o Jy I X V 7 T X ' X -J' KK I - 'X . X ' X . 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