Bradford High School - Beacon Yearbook (Bradford, TN)

 - Class of 1951

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CHARLES BATES nINKn Mos: Popularg Most Agreeableg Class Treasurer 3, 45 Sports Editor for Annual 45 Football 1, 2g Class Play 3. DAN TAYLOR "TURK" 4-H Club 1, 23 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. GERALD WAYNE SHANKLE "HENRY" 4-H Club 1, 2, 35 F.F.A. 1, 2. VERNA MAIE WREN n-NOOKYY Wittistg Best-All-Roundg Miss Friendlyg 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4g F.N.A. 1. SENIORS RUTH USERY "CoxuuNA" Music Club 1, 2, 4g 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Sports Editor for Annualg Class Play 3. GENE THOMAS BRANSON HSTANLEYH Cutestg Most Sociableg F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. GERALD GRIFFIN HSTEMU 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4g F.F-A- 1, 2- JANIE THETFORD MCRICKETH Beta Clubg -I--H Club 1, 2, 3, -1-g Basket- ball 2. NEVA LOUISE BUGG "RED" Most Intelligentg Beta Club 45 4-H Club 2, 35 Basktball Manager 4g Class Play 3. BARNIE WARREN UBERNIEU Winiesrg F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. ALBERT LEE PALMER HCUBU 4-H Club 4g FEA. 1, 2, 3. VIVIAN RUTH THETFORD Uvlvil 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4. is 1' ,N fl I A A 2 24211. X. S 1 Kb "z", lim 5 . t W, '44, 1 ' 'la ' fa iff no yang lil' ff ,Qi 11 SIENIICIRS BILLY LARGENT HCALDONXAH F,F.A. lu, 2, 3. EDDIE SUE FISHER "Suzie" 4-H Club 1, 2, 3. MILDRED FOREN "MlLLYl' Most Sociahleg Beta Club 43 B-Club 3--H 4-I-I Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Secretary 23 Baxsketlmll 1, 2, 3, -lg l7.N.A. 1. PAUL W. MITCHELL 'lM1TcH" 4-H Club 11 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES BARRON UCHARLIEH Most Handsomeg Mr. Friendlyg 4-H Club 1, 2, 3g F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Rel porter 3. J EANETTE MCCARTNEY UNETH Most Agrecableg Most Athleticg B-Club 3, 45 4-H Club 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 F.N.A. 1. PEGGY ARNOLD Hpldi Biggest Eaterg Beta Club 45 4-H Club 2, 3g Basketball 45 Basketball Manager 3g Class Play 3. NEAL CAMPBELL "CAMPBELL" F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. SIENIORS KENNETH ARGO "Assent" F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. BOBBIE JEAN HARRISON "Suzie" Most Likely To Succeed, Music 1, 2, 3. FRANCES GILLILAND l'FnAN" 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4. J. R. PARNELL "BRo'rm-:R" Most Athletic, B-Club 45 4-H Club 1. 2, l.l"..-X. l, 2, 3g Basketball l. KENNETH CROCKER "BIRCH" Best'All-Roundg Most Likableg Beta Club 43 B-Club 3, -I-3 Music Club 1, 2, 3g 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. 1, 23 Class Vice-President 35 Business Manager for Annual 45 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Class Play 33 President F.F.A. 2. NORMA DEANE FORD uV,8n Cutestg Most Popular, Most Likableg Music Club 2, 3, 4-g Music 1, 2, 3, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Cheerleader '43 F.N.A. 1. LADYE JANE MOORE "LATER" Class Favorite, Most Co-operativeg Most Dependableg Beta Club Reporter 43 Music Club 1, 2, 39 Music 1, 2,-3, 45 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Reporter 43 Basketball 23 Cheerleader 1 39 Miss Bradford Maid 45 Typist for Annual 4g Class Play 3. JACK WAYNE MCGILL "MlNNlE PEARL," "Triton" Biggest Eater, B-Club 45 4-H Club -iq F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Circulating Manager for Annual 4, Buslletball Z, 3. 45 Class Play 3. l ik, ,Lf A , Eli1a,,,'.',,,1 Q, 11 , . - ,.,. , -.1,,.5, ,, , , ,,' V cw x 1, 1 2-1: 11 f ' 7 L2-M ' ' V M,:!,TW:9K ly, W L' L, .. , bv g"""""P' 14 SENIURS EVELYN GRIFFIN HEBBH 4-H Club 1, 2. ALVIN WITHERSPOON "JU1.1us" 4-H Club 1, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. DUANE THARP "6-CYL1NuER" 4-H Club 1, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE GRIFFIN '4GE0RGlE" 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4. IRA CAMPBELL HCAMPBELLU F.F.A. 1, 2, a. AARON CULVER MCULTIVATORH F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. JAMES ARNOLD "S1ce1sTs" Basketball 1, Glee Club 1- DOROTHY NELL HORN ILDOTYY Most Beautiful, Beta Club 43 4-H Club 1, 2, 33 F.T.A. lg F.N.A. lg F.H.A. lg 2, 3, 4, Art Editor of Annual 4, F.F.A. Queen 35 Class Play 3. JUUNIORS JERRY CANTRELL Vice President MARIE MCCORMICK Treasurer JOYCE CAPPS ROGER WALLACE .IUUNIORS BETTY JOY KNOTT ADRON BARTON BETTY ANGELINE KNOTT GERALD BULLINGTON RUBY NELL CUNNINGHA M BILLY CASH MARY PAUL DAVIDSON BOBBY REYNOLDS MYRTIE LEE SELLERS J UN IORS BOBBY GENE BURKETT x, ,tgnv-'1,rT ,,.-3' gym . N? RAY HICKMAN BERNICE TAYLOR -gg- TOLLIE GRAVES JOANN WARD CHARLES GALEY FAYE LASTER GENE PORTER DEAN USELTON LAVAU-GI-IN DOWL-AND CHRISTELENE HAMPTON JOE GRAVES JUUNIIORS BABS GREEN RUFUS LOWERY ARLOU SCOTT ROLLIN TORRANCE KMRS. ROBERT BASS Sponsor ARI' A l HAROLD DANIEL CROCKER Q . , '. A 1 'A "A" ' ' O .' 5 I A , 'P 11.4.1 A fi iq A ' 1 A 'YSL 3222 fm x 4 4 f 'F , , H :H A . x A , A 1 7. , 'J V, A , - A ' by . Q- Q' A A A 1- Q 1 v'..'w K' 2 iq" f f 'IP i W. -473 Eff -I fag' V ' A 22:3 - A ','i?if2Q '1'2?'fiTS5 , ' 'lx - K' Inf, -gig? 7 , Lk W x si . 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YZ ABL W BK JXENKENK MN 'XB-U 'XXXLUKN G SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS Front row: Jane Holder, Joyce Horton, Margie Roberson, Janice Parker, Glenda Leach, Doris Cash, Betty Green, Joan Bruff, Wlanda McCartney, Betty Norman. Second row: Nancy Henly, Martha Hubble, Mattie Lowery, Mary Arrington, Margaret Henson, Ruby Crider, Patsy Thetford, Sue McCartney, Shirley Griffin. Third row: Aclell Single- ton, Ruby Nell McConnell, Freda Petty, Monda McCartney, Reba Jean McCartney, Dimple Martin, Barbara James, Betty Simmons, Margaret Usery, Sarah Paffori, Sara Dunlap. SEVENTH GRADE BOYS Front row: Jerry Miller, Jerry Taylor, Eugene Houston, Jerry Ford, Don McCart- ney, Gerald Crocker, Johnny Bruff, Harold Houston. Second row: Billy Foren. Thomas Boone, Dwain Martin, James Griffin, Billy Ray Ivie, Ray Lamb. Third row: Jimmie Hayes, Max Reasons, Billy Henley, XVincle1l McCartney, Charles Trimble, Clyde Vaughn, Bobby Ray Wren. Not shown: J. B. Enochs, Willie Gordon, James Mathis, Cecil Reeves. 27 EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS Front row: Lula Mai Marcus, Clydell Bessent, Marie Davidson, Patricia Arnold, Ann Taylor, Mary Ruth Foren. Sf-cond row: Marfay Dawson, Ann Moore, Shelby Jean Hunt, Julia Faye Marcus, Mary Lou Crosnoe, Julia Burkett, Third row: Katy Petty, Dorothy Simmons, Dorothy Gammons, Janette Willis, Barbara Mathis, Elizabeth Foren, Kathlene Perryman, Shirley Powell. Peggy Knott not shown. EIGHTH GRADE BOYS Front row: Sammy Carruth, Lynn Porter Swindell, Buddy Knott, Larry Pounds, Gayie Miller, Don McLemore, Jerry Hampton, Russell Graves, Second row: Jerry Fitch, Landon Hampton, Jerry Stelle, Kenneth Mitchell, Wayne Knott, Frank Casey, Johnny Lowery. Third row: Junior James, Freddie Bryant, Donald Kernodle, Joe Shankle, Donel Fisher, Charles Taylor, Maurice Cash. Harold Reynolds not shown. 28 A - 1 N if 1 FL fx 'PINK . V , , 6 F Q S 1 I- Q.-: X. J" .1142 -. s 'WSPQ' I at-vw L Wm 4--mg lg- TRBQSH 90 NCT' BU!-li 1 M, ,fp if Wlll Bradlord Hugh School Be The Same When' Punk starts going steady, period! Gerald Griffin looks like he has shaved. B. L. stops flirting with V. W. Jack learns to drive. Paul quits telling tall hunting tales. Albert isn't being a pest in class. J. R.'s hair gets straight. Gerald Shankle can't smile and show his dimples. Dan pays back what he borrows. Duane gets a new Chevrolet. Peggy and Neva dissolve partner- ship. Susie isn't talking to Verna Mae about Pete. Dorothy Nell stops flirting with all the boys. Ladye Jane goes away to Ole Miss. Janie Sue stops studying. Vivian stops talking in the Study Hall. Ruth doesn't have to walk up the lane all alone. Verna can't flirt with Bernie. WITTIE ST MCCARTNEY - CANTRELL ,L ag Y'-1' MOST FRIENDLY TOOIVIBS - TUCK -:' L 'Tin if S if! 'W i PRETTIEST - MOST HANDSOME FORD - BATES .rv MOST ATHLETIC MCCARTNEY -. DAVIS 1 . A fi O1:IfEIi2OJ1N?iJT3gK W H 0 ' S W H U EEEEEESTZZSSES CUTE ST OVERTON - EDMONDS BEST ALL ROUND TOOMBS - DAVIS MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED KNOTT-TUCK MOST CO-OPERATIVE KNOTT - MCGILL MOST DEPENDABLE 3' MOST INTELLIGENT T THETFORD - GRIFFIN CAPPS - DAVIS ixm it MRS, MERCER BUONE N YOUN UV' 5 fi S Q 'r i x guns! ,gulf ,fm Y. 5 Qi an TYPIING Il MRS. ROBERT BASS :slag 'S-1 5 JIS JENCJE E HA YES T0 11 lx , MA KER5 '-Q, ,p S T Ni,-3,5 K-Is' V ,319 his OA '7 'O xffffo D 'L " W 53 C' X117 Q- fx-f ' XE5?g'CUbQJo Q03 J. ECW 4,0 N E WYNO Q X -til I l -1 wxxw ., fiflliiiifmi his , . ,,,, , ...,,, , X fj M1193 illghtivlillllllllllllllllliluijf X Mm i f X ii ' f sb 5: 5 X ,, f' Q ff -'il XX +5- V A '-fair" 1 . .f 4-5. X ,720 " 'Z 1 xx 'N .wp 9 1 n ORGA Knows X lFlUTURlE FARMERS DUANE THARP .... BILLY CASH . .. EDSEL PATE ...... DANIEL CROCKER CHARLES BARRON MR. W. C. MELVIN THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA is a non-profit, non-politi- cal farm youth organization of vol- untary membership among those boys who have reached certain stand- ards in vocational agriculture. The F. F. A. is 100 percent American in its ideals, with no outside aifilia- tions, and no secrecy in connection with any of its activities. Its mem- bers learn through active participa- tion how to conduct and take part in public meetingsg to speak in pub- licg to buy and sell cooperatively 5 to solve their own problemsg to finance themselvesg and to assume civic re- sponsibility. It develops leadership in boys who are to live and make their living in Bradford Community. . . . . . . . President Vice President Secretary . . . Treasurer . 1 Reporter Adviser The Bradford Chapter was organ- ized in 1929 with twenty charter members. It has steadily flourished until it has attained the present strength of seventy active members and three h u n d r e d ninety-four alumni. These seventy active mem- bers are a part of the three hundred two thousand who live in rural com- munities throughout every state in the Union, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii. 36 xx. .XX x A , R' ' 'culmffi Vocat1on21AgqfQ-W ' xr -X . ,I F. F. A. A 5 ,',,!.- , ,, , -'A f x11'F5f2.s fX'4x4fi"' xf+'.,f 'QA ' . , f , '58- IFUTURIE FARMERS OIF AMERICA ,Ww- .iw 37 DISTRICT CHAMPIONS 1951 F.F.A. Parliamentary Procedure Contest Left to right: Duane Tharp, Presidentg Billy Ray Davidson, acting Vice President: Donald Farmer. acting Secretaryg Daniel Crocker, Treasurer: Roger Wallace, acting Rcporterg W, C. Melvin, Adviser. .. Sweethearts. . . BABS GREEN 1951 DOROTHY NELL HORN I 1950 38 CITIZIENSI-UP soon cmzen - Miss JF. H. A. F.H.A. Ladye Jane hdoore, daughler of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Moore of Bradford, Tennq has been named io receive fha Good Cifizenslwip award al Bradford rhgh SchooL The award k sponsored yearly by fha local Deughlers of fha American RevoluHon. "vu: John Henry Lesmonci BETA CLUB SEATED: Ladye Jane Moore, Reporter: Betty Joy Knott, Secretary, James Quinton Edmonds, President: Charles Dean Griffin, Vice-President: Sarah Overton, Treasurer: Babs Green, Hiistorian. SECOND ROW: Myrtie Lee Sellers, Frances Bell, Janie Thetford, Arlou Scott, Dean Uselton, Neva Bugg, Peggy Arnold, Mildred Foren, Dorothy Nell Horn. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Ogle Hayes, Sponsor, Kenneth Crocker, Tollie Graves, Billy Joe Davis, Russell Tuck, Jr., James Hay, Billy Cash, THE BETA CLUB The Beta Club is a non-secret, achievement national organization for high school students. Its objectives are: to encourage effort, promote character, stimulate achievement, and to encourage and assist students to continue their education after high school. Those eligible for member- ship in the Bradford Beta Club are Juniors and Seniors who have an average of eighty-eight per cent, good character, and commendable at- titude. 40 Foren 'Q Scott McCartney Green O t D Tuck Crock BACLUB CCha1rtcer Memlbezr-'SJ SIENI 0 RS 4"H CLUB JUNIORS 41 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OIF AMERICA LADYE JANE MOORE SARAH OVERTON .. . BARS GREEN ...... SHIRLEY TOOMBS .... BETTY JOY KNOTT ..... MRS. MERCER BOONE The Future Homemakers of America is a. national organization for girls who are taking Home Economics dr who have had two years previous training. The purposes of the or- ganization are: 1. To develop an appreciation of homemaking 2. To emphasize the importance of homemaking . . . . . . . President . . . . Vice President . . . . . Secretary . . . . . Treasurer . . . Parliamentarian .. . Sponsor To encourage democracy in the home and community To work for good home and family life for all To promote international good will To provide wholesome recreation To develop creative leadership To promote interest in home eco- nomics. gT37'9?g Q-v A 'S 3 3 it 'I 1 fi F34 X 2 Y 7 X. 1 K n Y .' ,.. ,L ,.,.. .,,, , 'qi gf fi A ' v X .K S 2 1 , .i I I f E if if 1 ai Q Q 4' HOMIE IECUNUMICS I ,,'. L, V m - if 3 ,, K, -q H. -W, f My - -my W.-,, f V, Q , 5 9 f Q51 2 ' , , Q , 4 Q3 EA' H-1-if . U1-n-.1 I 'N' :xx 43 .IUVIE NIUE MUSIC CLUB I ali ,gi-nil ssff'-:mea 5 MUSIC, MUSIC, MUSIC 4 in A 3 kxlf - ' DAVID IAIUES A IJESSUN CAPIETERIA STUDY HALL ...in AUDIT 9 M5533 'BUULEUN UIFFIICCJE 6,4 2 B0 MRD X I mx Xgxxx xXx flxlhirg Q f X I 4 I ., N ',:?.:i1 ' If rj' vlxx f V N y K1 A 04 Ykkv- , Y ,QP jf 1 K 1 A X Qxmei if 3 fffifgi ' RN . 'O MN I x j . i' Z, . Y VA! - f 42? 53? igfiffls 5 xi " 5' L : 2 ie gflfffmir N362 X -225 2 K! I Ez, i.. 23. . 1 1 2 K , Q vw' . X ,A - ii ? 1 E52 wr., Aizgw- N una Q31 . 3 1 '25 1 if FRONT ROW: Griffin, McGill, Crocker, Davis, Tuck, Parnell, Griffin, Swindell. SECOND ROW: Crocker, Benson, Cantrell, Farmer, Reynolds, Davidson, Pate, Betts, Edmonds, Nance, Rochelle, Coach. BASKETBALL 555 E FRONT ROW: Crockker, Benson, Reynolds, Betts, Nance, Pate, Farmer, SECOND ROW: Swindell, Cantrell, Griffin, Crocker, Parnell, Tuck, Davis, Griffin, McGill, Davidson, Edmonds, Rochelle, Coach. BASKETBALL , w 633 i ' x x PM gg: E 3 NAU HH, 31,,yll,s 5-7155, ' N T A Q - I A' 'ft , by if QL lv it R. - ' Q P .ky S Ni :v b A7 A fy V .H ' S X If P, -. -'5 5 ' l , X M- ' J l jg Vrv g A M su a !! L I y Q .A x 1 ' - N - 'Q , 3 I ' " X Ut - L Eng., D if ,I wax W' I .Rf ' X 4-'f l t S , l , M , UH, ' i - , b A K 4 ,- . .. 'QP-' , 2 5 v A ,x,, -- 1 ' ' ' M5 " A -S f' ug, 1 '. ' in , f' ' M v ,'N,f Mm: fff FRONT ROVV: Alexander. Knott, Taylor, Bell, Scott, Sellers. SECOND ROW: Williams, Uselton, Green, Burch, Coach, McCartney, Hampton, Foren. BASKETBALL , . FRONT ROW: BurCh, CoaCh3 Bugg. SECOND ROW: Alexander, Lett, Carr, Foren, Knott, Taylor, Williams, Hampton, Green, McCartney, Uselton, Arnold, Elam, Baker, Scott, Bell. Sellers. CHEERLEADERS L - ,. ty K GWCH Ford Shirley Toombs Christelene Hampton Norma Dean Ford B3 Sb 9 3 3 ec 'Hqthe Pon than 5X T 'ford Here -sake 50' 9 23 'e"f0n mer 8 so Y. G1-ee 722 e e5 can me H 1- G-510 AMQYX 'Ye' iota H Q QW' 1 Mef1iaa 16' S I' enfon e e He, 6 63195 Here i 691356 158011 gf X x W X 6 i Y- ' I fl 0 e ZX eniiexa 23 Humboldt E! 1 0 t 26 Dy 01- 'Z1 H 30 b 5 2 W5 6 fl GYB gxboxd H0125 f'J'?'1- X mx-- vww Fe ix M X '36 Ava 3 Z 55699 e He, g X I'e. 8 U ep -Hen ' L! Q 5 ff 'S' 1 Jr fl 1. , , 2 uuifrf 1 2 F wx-3-av"""'5wN Q A'-1,76 3 5 .. I 9 W , fr, 351 ' . ..,, -.,. ' 6-R' 'fqa ' 4 .fr Yiigi K 'rf .. 1 fi? 3 , ..h.-----...wg A - A, u " -' 'S' ' - ' ' "W" . 5 . ' ,, . - rv r 4 -. . ,. Q .. M- f . W' f-am, 1- -u :as . Af- :f , fitiiff Q .fi ,P W . A J' ff Y W -'mm X: Lf.amp.w,-My . A A '- L X X' X. E .. 1 MI, J Hs g JF f 4 uv 9 ', f 1- V' . , f W4 ,dw . 'MK S . s A - n Tgifgigifi vi, 'I -VE V -H . AE VAYB5: -- -N ,, K fix?-N X.-A 5 3 ,, U 9 ,-3 ui ff Y !. in N , 1' 1 a 1' y ,J3,:1 1. W g X ,Q ti aw., .f - -f' fi f in -if' 4 5535 COMPLIMENTS ol BANK oi BRADFORD Bradford, Tennessee If Friendly, Safe Bank I903-l95I Member of FDIC Ii Bank, Not Too Big, Not Too Little, For the People It Serves BIRCHIE CROCKER'S GROC. Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh Meats and Feeds "We are as close as your phone" Phone 189 Bradford, Tenn. PATTERSON A MCCALEB A Shippers of Livestock Ship Every Saturday All Kinds of Livestock Bradford Tenn. ALEXANDER-GREEN COMPANY General Merchandise BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS MONEY Your Philco Appliance Dealer Bradford Tennessee FRIGIDAIRE MAYTAG Bnowu PARKER co. Trenton, Humboldt, Gibson, Milan FRANK'S AUTO SUPPLY 116 Williamson St. TIRE HEADQUARTERS PHONE 1150 See us for the Best tire deal in Milan Milan Tennessee DIAMONDS-WATCHES Quality Gift Iewelry Silver-China-Chrystal l. P. JACKSON IEWELER Jackson Tennessee MANOEl'S Mlssns' AND wo1v1EN's 115 E. Lafayette Jackson Tennessee BO0NE'S FLOWER SHOP Modern Florist Designing and Arranging For All Occasions Funeral and Corsage Work a Specialty PHONE 9-2 Bradford A Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF CARlER'S PHARMACY A safe prescription Drug Store Milan, Tenn. Phone 96 R. R. MlllIGAN IEWELER Diamonds-Iewelry Fine Watches 214 E. Lafayette St. Jackson Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF ThreadgilI's Shoe Slore Home of Nationally Advertised Footwear Milan Phone 868 Tennessee See Us For Gorham, Reed 81 Barton, Wll .dIt't'.lStl a ace, an n eina l0n'1 er ing Silverg Elgin-Hamilton, Gruen and Bulova Watches-Fine Diamonds- CIYDE PAGE IEWELER Phone 521 Trenton Tenn G. D. CAIN PHARMICIST 'Just What Your Doctor Orders" Phone: Day 126-Night 14-B Bradford Tennessee N. W. MARTIN Distributor LION DIL PRODUCTS MIIHII Tennessee GERALD P. KNOTT-C. H. OLIVER BRADFORD IUMBER CO. - ass Complete Line of Building Materials and Lumber FREE ESTIMIITIONS Phone 123 Bradford, Tenn. COMPLIMENTS OF IIM'S BARBER SHOP Greenfield Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF GREENEIEID DRUG CO. J. D. BULLINGION Service Slalion TEXRCO GHS I-IND OIL WRECKER SERVICE N. Main St. Phone 105 Milan Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING We Handle Cambridge Crystal Heisey Crystal-Imperial Crystal Cambridge Lamps-Bulova and El ' W gin atches Jewelry and Gifts of all types for ALL OCCASIONS CDMBS JEWEIERS PINK CORNER CAEE ll favorite meeting place For Bradford Boys and Girls Bradford Tennessee GREENEIEID FlORAl SHOP Flowers for Every Occasion Cumb. Phone 135 Home Phone 116 116 Evergreen Street Greenfield Tennessee THE H. P. WEBB AGENCY C. C. RICE, Owner INSURANCE Phone 171 Milan, Tenn. COZY CORNER CAEE COMPLIMENTS OF WEST SIDE GARAGE COMPLIMENTS OE' POlK'S SHOE STORE Milan, Tennessee Red Goose Shoes for Boys and Girls Weyenberg Shoes lor Men COMPLIMENTS OE' PAUL ALEXANDER COMPLIMENTS OE' J. D. McCARTNEY COMPLIMENTS OF PURE MILK CO. Martin, Tenn. Phone 265 Fulton, Ky. Phone 813 Play Refreshed . . . Have A Coke B I I nherihe gmc.: I I I Id C C I is so relreshing, WEST TENNESSEE BUSINESS COIIEGE COURSES: Jackson, Tennessee Stenographic Secretarial Executive Secretarial Junior Accounting Higher Accounting and Business Administration Office Machines, and Teachers' Business Course High School Graduates, Continue Your Preparation with Your Friends at West Tennessee Business College, Jackson, Tennessee. tMember of National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools. BEAR ICE 8. COM CO. Operating Ice Plants Ilnd Coal Yards llt BOLIVISR - IIICKSON HUMBOLDT - MILIIN TRENTON PATE'S OUALITY STORE COMPLIMENTS 01- C t-eous Service Quality Me,1E1R1andise at Fair Prices Dry Goods-Shoes-Hardware uolhlng company A d G , Jackson Tennessee D IOCGHSS Bradiord Tenn. COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF FORD BROS. BRADFORD GIN EO. Groceries and Hardware Phone 57-2 Bradford, Tenn. Bradford Phone No' 127 Tenn. SEATES DRY CLEANERS J. EREED 6. SONS Established 1865 Phone 109 Bradford, Tenn Trenton Tennessee ' COMPLIMENTS or SNYDER'S MAy0'5 The House of Quality FORQUALITY MERCHANDISE Trento Te n nnessee Greenfield Tennessee MEET ME At COMPLIMENTS OF . MARTIN'S DEPT. STORE We Feature Claussner Hose Drug Slore and Star Brand Shoes Trenton, Tenn. Phone 36 Tfentgn Tennessee RITZ 8. MIlAN THEATRES Milan Tennessee COMPLTMEN TS OF HERBERT TLOWERS IEWELER 104 College Ph0Il0 735 Trenton, Tenn. JONES DRY CLEANERS Where Quality Tells Owned by Glen Hayes Trenton, Tenn. Phone 88 COMPLIMENTS OF CARTER'S PHARMACY A safe prescription Drug Store Milan, Tenn. Phone 96 MARTIN'S Deparlmenl Slore The House of Honest Values Where People Buy for Less Milan Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF WESTERN AUTO Associale Slore M. L. BROOKS, Owner Greenfield Tennessee BRADFORD OROCERY Fresh Meats, Vegetables and Feeds Bradford, Tenn. Phone 217 CONGRATULATIONS BElEW DRUG STORE Youn REXALL sronr Greenfield TGIIHGSSC COMPLIMENTS OF GRAND lEADER Diamonds Watches Luggage .IEWEl BOX Iewels-Record Shop HERB DAVIS Milan Tennesse COMPLIMENTS OF E. N. J. BROCK CO. THE BOOTERY Beautiful Shoes and Hosiery 209 E. Lafayette St. Jackson Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF JENKINS 6. DARWIN BROS. COMPLIMENTS OF FANNYE'S SHOP Smart Feminine Fashions 107 E. Main Phone 7-1406 Jackson, Tenn. COMPLIMENTS Ol' PAIACE THEATER Greenfield Tenn. COMPLIMENTS OI" TEXACO SERVICE STATION For Friendly Service See Us Bradford, Tenn. Phone ZOO-2 ,fi f X TE Aco affi' X X 510.7 K-'X , JACKSON PACKING CO. We buy livestock every day in the week and a complete Distribution ol meat. Rosedale Ave. 826 Iackson Tenn. THE MOORE STUDIO Pictorial Home oi the Co-Ed. A Studio Oi Distinction Ollering Always The Latest and Best Achievements oi PHOTO-GRAPHIC ARTS Iackson Tennessee TRENTON FURNITURE COMPANY SUTTONS PLACE Ready To Furnish Your Home Now Trenton Tenn. McCAlEB 6. PHEIAN Dodge-Plymouth Sales and Service Dodge Tob Rated Trucks Trenton Tennessee TAYLOR ELECTRIC CO. Electrical Service Wiring-All Kinds Bradford, Tenn. Phone 1 R. R. MILLIOAN IEIWELER Diamonds-Iewelry Fine Watches U-TOTE-'EM OROCERY 214 E. Lafayette St. Bradford Tennessee Jackson Tennessee In Tackson COMPLIMENT . S OF It S BLACK AND WHITE STORE fI'IoII4 H45 Jackson's Greatest Store Since 1871 COMPLIMENTS OE' HUNT FURNITURE CO. mm HUNT FUNERAL HOME Bradford Tenn. M A B MOTOR CO. SALES and SERVICE PHONE 89 Greeniield Tenn. commmnnrs or MCCORD EURNITURE E0 Milan, Tenn. Phone 475 BOYETTE 8. GRAVES Home and Auto Supplies FIRESTONE Trenton Te ssee GUS BAKER --USED CARS Bought and Sold PHONE 845 Milan Tennessee l. G. BAITOUR COMPANY Attleboro Massachusetts Class Rings and Pins Commencement Invitations Diplomas-Personal Cards ' Club Insignia Memorial Plaques Represented by: IRVING HARRIS P. O. Box 496 Jackson, Tennessee SOUTHSIDE SERVICE 8. GROCERY Groceries - Notions Martins Gas 8. Oils More for Less Owned by: WINGO 8 WINGO Bradford Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF W. P. DABNEY AND SON I-'umiture and Hotpoint Appliances lA VERNE'S Ladies' Ready-To-Wear llnd Millinery Latest styles lor the Ir. Misses Regular and Stout Women's On Churich Street, Where Clothes C0 ege Passes 208 N. Liberty Phone 7-9423 Jackson, Tenn. Phone 7-5516 Jackson Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OI-' WOOD MOTOR CO. COMPLIMENTS OF THE FRANCES SHOP Headquarters tor Tots, Teen-age Wear Trenton Tennessee BOOSTERS JACKSON MILMI Hugh C. Ross C- W' coley Thompson's Shoe Store Sandra lean Shoppe H11dS0H'S Record Shoppe n. T. McKelvy Furniture ca. Glamof WPS Arnold and crisweu my. shop Nolen's Kiddie Shoppe Bryant Cunningham Bonds Shoe Company Lollie M. Carter Rosenbloom Neely Hat Shop Holt's Flower Shop GREENFIELD Dickey's Greenlield Banking Company Williams' ll Friend 55.00, Iackson, Tenn I SLIPPER SHOP lackson Tennessee We, the Beacon Stall ol 1951, wish to make acknowledgments lor the splendid assistance and co-operation received lrom the patrons oi this community and neighboring communities. Please re-read our advertisements carelully and help make next year's ad selling easier by patronizing our advertisers. Business Manager MYERSf5y JAZYEARBOOKS I .l:.':. I "fp THE PACEMAKERS OF QUALITY Q.. Q. . . , MYERS AND CO INC TOPEKA KANSAS X! Z l!1wllllllllllllli?m f ' X X gi QQ? X Mmg E -2 A: - -J lxxxsxs f-y f V' .23 J , -iy, .I :, lf, 1 Wll fllmls TQ. ffm' fa 4 m sg?" 4" ' PRESENTED BY THE G5 Q ii.. ,1.n .JL4 I W1 "ga" 43 '-AAf 1,553-' wg, 'f it-1 BRADFORD JIFGH SCHOOL 1, ,S 4 :L ,N . . hi! 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FV. a4ffSirz4 wfioas aszuiau cu a aivic feadsz Kaus, Baan oufifancfing, wflois aafiorzi and wouli gave avwsrf as an irufzimafion, and wfioaz miss counisf Hai guirfscf ui we 'Lzayhecffully cfzdicafz lrgii, tg: fini zrfifion of 04 :JV Db U0 you, Dum Sflmnfi, we wzlzu fliaf you gave: wmligd fm mein ysau to W fliaf we an Equipped wzfll H25 zmplmmn of lgamany. df time: we fgougflf: flif Jiffiaulfisa wsu all Dun, But ,ww wg Nalin file myyylg wax Wally youu. 50 to you, dlflom and Dad, wall evem-gmowing love and appmiafzon we cfszficafa ffziis, THE QEAQQN, of 7951. Swim Clan THE BEACON STAFF BILLY JOE DAVIS .... ............ E ditor KENNETH CROCKER .... Business Manager JACK WAYNE McGILL .... Circulating Manager DOROTHY NELL HORN ..... . ...... Art Editor CHARLES BATES ....,. Sports Editor RUTH USERY ........ Sports Editor LADYE JANE MOORE ..... ....... T ypist JAMES QUINTON EDMONDS Typist We, in preparing the first iirst copy of The Beacon, have worked to present the activities and achievements of 1950-51 in order to give you a reminder of happy hours and pleasant associations. It's meant taking B's instead of A's, C's instead of B's and . . . well, we won't talk about that. Any way we hope you enjoy your Beacon. THE BEACON STAFF MRS. MERCER BOONE MRS. OLGE HAYES MRS. HAL HOLMES II Home Economics Science Social Science F CULTY K ELL TUC YAR. Rupsiixcypai MR. THOS. F. ROCHELL, JR. MISS CAROLYN YOUNG MR. W. C. MELVIN Boys' Coach French, English Agriculture if 2, .1 '--' fl- 502 1. clip, Srl. . 'Aa' '-P Y fi... 1 'gk' :Q k 9. m -. iff - -sg, ' -Lif- 'fa qs- if-T -, qfia' ,E ,S 'C if 2,4 b . Tl. 5. x'AI+9i ii, mf, + Q. Ni: .r 3 , il.. Y..5 . -.M iffl : ,-531, 11. 5--, QTE1' 'Fi' i . is K.-34:1 , ,V . J ,ml ti zqrf, ' 3 1, Q -Q 1. ,fr f . W. H1 ., ,, ' s ,-.' P1 , -rx, 2 f , .. -12195 ' 5 , ' L Tvff ...-,Wf,. 7 ff- Q . - vw , -, 1 .fi 'Qi . f. M. lf, , f 1 K. A -.4 J x x I ' . 1 ' . I ' ' N . W 'Q ! u ' I X 1 I . ' Q . 4 I ' 1 .v 4 ' 1 2 x 1 s 1 1 ' 1 1 I , 5- . . 0 1 D Br g i' .4 5 Q we .15 , A N, , , ., . ,, . f 53? 1 ' '1 xniIfL2,1'7fZYi1e'!5A ., 1.1, ' J' f 55-N fb' L-vu.. MRS. ROBERT BASS MRS. RUSSELL TUCK MISS BUNICE FORD Commercial Arts Mathematics Libfafiany SEMO? SPOUSOF FAC LTY MR. G4 , L , 1r1s Coach, Q6 M mal Sffienc e ALBERT MISS OLGA HOLDER MRS. EARL W. Fifth Grade Sixth Grade COX MRS. T. C. BOONE Music MRS. PAUL BRYANT MISS BUNA PRATT F1fSt Grade Fifst Grade - XAM ' MRF- VJUSXQQOYK3 Grade I x F 1 CULT Y MRS. EDMOND DAVIDSON RUSS MARTHA MOORE Third Grade Fourth Grade GQ GD? W K l"h+'V'1m3j -c. X M: M , "5 ' 3 -T " T- 'Mu-" f xl A We ,, Q94 11' by Q ,fyj 2 iff JU - M' M ' Y- N' N ff If I' Pgt, f SOPHQMQRES f f KL mes MEN .4 xy' M N 1. W ig-ni SIE I iq ,tl ff-I. 2 X! , rd ll 0 f if ' 44 I r , - f jf ug D 7 If J X ' J ' Y K V 4 ,. 'N C - - f,, 1, 9 ' , ' IH W j ,Ni , 5 relA X 7 JQJ Q? +.. whffi ' X 1-4fT'-"'.Zf 1.4 Y V- ,K ill I " . X Y' is I In F , 7 he .fszgffrn V SENIORS MISS BUNICE FORD Senior Sponsor CHARLES D. GRIFFIN "PUNK Ja." Most Co-operative, Class Favoriteg Most Likely To Succeedg Beta Club Vice- Prsident 41 B-Club 45 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 43 F.F.A..1, 2g Class President 3, 4g Basketball 2. 3, 4, Class Vice-President 2. BILLY JOE DAVIS 'ADIGGERH Most Intelligent, Most Dependable, Beta Club 4, B-Club 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Senior Clas Vice-Presidentg Editor for Annual -Ig Basketball 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3. JAMES QUINTON EDMONDS "BoBo" Beta Club President 4g B-Club 4g 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, F.F.A. 1, 2, 4, Class Secretary 3, 4, Class Treasurer Ig Typist for Annual 43 Basketbal 2, 3, 4. CHARLES BATES HINKU Most Popular, Most Agreeableg Class Treasurer 3, 4, Sports Editor for Annual 45 Football 1, 2g Class Play 3. DAN TAYLOR "Tunic" 4-H Club 1, 2, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. GERALD WAYNE SIIANKLE "HENRY" 4-H Club 1, 2, sg F.F.A. 1, 2. VERNA MAIE WREN l.N0OK!I Wittistg Best-All-Round, Miss Friendly, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. l. SIENIORS RUTH USERY "CoRR1NA" Music Club 1, 2, 45 -PH Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Sports Editor for Annual5 Class Play 3. GENE THOMAS BRANSON "STANLEY" Cutestg Most Sociableg F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. GERALD GRIFFIN "STEM" 4-H Club 1, 2, s, 4, F.F.A. 1. 2- JANIE THETFORD "CRICKET" Beta Clubg 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 2. NEVA LOUISE BUGG "Ren" Most Intelligent5 Beta Club 45 4-H Club 2, 35 Basktball Manager 45 Class Play 3. BARNIE WARREN "Beams" VVittiest5 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. ALBERT LEE PALMER HCUBII 4-H Club 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. VIVIAN RUTH THETFORD Hvlvl! 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 24 me ' 3 I 'I 5 .f ' - 3 s ffl 13 .. "fm f y, ,,,""'1- Ng ,x W x if N. 'Nl :abit SIENIURS BILLY LARGENT "CAl.DONIAu F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. EDDIE SUE FISHER "Sums" 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, MILDRED FOREN "M1LLY" Nlnst Sociahleg Beta Club 45 B-Club 3--lg 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Secretary 2g Bnskethzlll 1, 2. 3, -lg F.N.A. 1. PAUL W. MITCHELL l'M1'rcH" 4-H Club lg F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES BARRON "CHARLIE" Most Handsomeg Mr. Friendlyg 4-H Club 1, 2, 35 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Re- porter 3. J EANETTE MCCARTNEY HNETH Most Agreeableg Most Athleticg B-Club 3, 4g 4-H Club 1, 2, 3g Basketball I, 2, 3, 43 F.N.A. 1. PEGGY ARNOLD "Plc" Biggest Eaterg Beta Club 4g 4-H Club 2, 39 Basketball 45 Basketball Manager 33 Class Play 3. NEAL CAMPBELL "CAMPBELL" F.F.A. 1, 2, s. SENIORS KENNETH ARGO "Armen" F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. BOBBIE JEAN HARRISON "Suzie" Most Likely To Succeed, Music 1, 2, 3. FRANCES GILLILAND "FMS" 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4. J. R. PARNELL "BROTHER" Most Athletic, B-Club 4, 4-H Club l. 2, l-.l-.A. l, 2, 3, Basketball P. KENNETH CROCKER "BIRCH" Best-All-Round, Most Likable, Beta Club 4, B-Club 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, Class Vice-President 3, Business Manager for Annual 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, President F.F.A. 2. NORMA DEANE FORD uv-sn Cutest, Most Popular, Mos! Likable, Music Club 2, 3, 4, Music 1, 2, 3, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader -4, F.N.A. 1. LADYE JANE MOORE "LATER" Class Favorite, Most Co-operative, Most Dependable, Beta Club Reporter 4, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Music 1, 2,-3, 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Reporter 4, Basketball 2, Cheerleader 1 3, Miss Bradford Maid 4, Typist for Annual 4, Class Play 3. JACK WAYNE MCGILL "MlNXlE PEARL," "Tuma" Biggest Eater, B-Club 4, 4-H Club 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, Circulating Manager for Annual 4, Basketball 2, 3. 4, Class Play 3. SV le izzillii . , 'ff' '-ar ..,,. 9? 'iv :az -I i ,-123 '-:er it X Qi , . . .. .. .,,..,..X.. w w , ,- , ,QW . .3351 SENIURS EVELYN GRIFFIN HEBBH 4-H Club 1, 2. ALVIN WITHERSPOUN "Jumus" 4-H Club lg F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. DUANE THARP U6-CYLXNDERU 4-H Club lg F.F.A, 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE GRIFFIN "GEoRcxs" 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4g F.F.A. 1, 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3, 4. IRA CAMPBELL "CAuPmzu." F.F.A. 1, 2, -3. AARON CULVER HCULTIVATORU F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. JAMES ARNOLD USKEETSH Basketball lg Glee Club 1. DOROTHY NELL HORN IKDOTYI Most Beautifulg Beta Club 45 4-H Club 1, 2, 35 F.T.A. 15 F.N.A. lg F.H.A. 15 2, 3, 45 Art Editor of Annual 45 F.F.A. Queen 3g Class Play 3. JUNIORS JERRY CANTRELL Vice President MARIE MCCORMICK Treasurer JOYCE CAPPS ROGER WALLACE 14?- , Md?-I 'Q QSC ,J . ,4 J '17 L . RUSSELL R. TUCK, JR President JAMES HAY Secretary SARAH OVERTON BILLY DAVIDSON FRANCES BELL , JUUNIORS BETTY JOY KNOTT ADRON BARTON BETTY ANGELINE KNOTT GERALD BULLINGTON -11 RUBY NELL CUNNINGHAM BILLY CASH MARY PAUL DAVIDSON BOBBY REYNOLDS MYRTIE LEE SELLERS JUNIORS ROBERT FRAZIER BOBBY GENE BURKETT RAY HICKMAN BERNICE TAYLOR ...ry I mit TOLLIE GRAVES JOANN WARD CHARLES GALEY FAYE LASTER GENE PORTER DEAN USELTON LAVAUGHN DOWL-AND CHRISTELENE HAMPTON JOE GRAVES JUUNIURS BABS GREEN RUFUS LOWERY ARLOU sco'r'r ROLLIN TORRANCE MRS. ROBERT BASS Sponsor A X " R Mfr 4 'L Q? f -D Q f . 5 ' A 1 vu 5 sk 9' . R N fA HAROLD DAN1EL CROCRER DONALD FARMER " A 'D fA'AA, , CAROLYN FXELDS New , . 'gf' if A 7 Q 3 ' MAGGIE WARREN V' , A D Q 3 . M MARGARET ANN wx-wrwmnn 4 A s,R1RDRwz fxvoomas A ' , , Q.: A '-,, ' ' " T A BILLY RETTS A fa A A , A A lk, ,N 36 :ga w ' A 133 4, ,4 2 M Q 1 I A V A A , 2 , K ' A flsa f 1 "V -fi. ' - . -.--ff:. ,, A , . -gf . 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JOAN TOOMBS DONALD REYNOLDS RALPH REYNOLDS CAROLYN ROBERSON JERRY ABBOTT MARTHA ANN ALLEN DELOXS BENSON A wg Aff 1 A ,L A 3' 1' Q , , i fe' M, ' , 1- wth my N' " 'K ' lily,-,VIR , 1ggf:'+"-ff , ., A 2 .:A?,M W w'2i.E1 ., t Aikkrg S: kkrrrr i K M' F Y 5 ' -. : ,s i 'wifi vmomm HAMPTON on-ss mcywasou P H moms H-OWXNGTON DAVXD KNOX MAB-WI GLYNN LETT FAYE RUTH MAGNESS CAROLYN STANFILL BILLY WADE SWUNDEUL BILLY REX THE-TFOBD HOMER PANKY FR-EDDY PIGG CHARLES POSTON CAROLYN CAMPBELL MARTHA GATES SHIRLEY GATES SYDVIA HUBBLE CHARDEY KETCHAM BETTY FLC KNOTT Gale Reasons ' MRS. ME-BQEB BOONE Sponsor + 20 1 A ARLAND 1-Jour DAVJD HUNT FRANK JAMES 1001 My 'W FR ii? lab: X s Q, J, JOYCE ANN JOHNS TERRY LEE JONES MILDRED R. RNOTT BILLY JOE LANE J OE THOMAS LASTER POLLY JANE MOGXLL SHXRLEY MCMTNN DEWIGHT MTLLER MARXE PALMER LOUISE ARNOLD LUCILLE ARNOLD OLETHA ARRINOTON BETTY JANE BAJRD -' A J O W1L1,1AS5K, ALLEN ERAEIER fi ,1.O'f JANICE A. 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E M AENWNT MQW BUXYXLUXN G SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS Front row: Jane Holder, Joyce Horton, Margie Roberson, Janice Parker, Glenda Leach, Doris Cash, Betty Green, Joan Bruif, Wlanda McCartney, Betty Norman. Second row: Nancy Henly, Martha Hubble, Mattie Lowery, Mary Arrington, Margaret Henson, Ruby Crider, Patsy Thetford, Sue McCartney, Shirley Griffin. Third row: Adell Single- ton, Ruby Nell McConnell, Freda Petty, Monde McCartney. Reba Jean McCartney, Dimple Martin, Barbara James, Betty Simmons, Margaret Usery, Sarah Pafforqi, Sara Dunlap. SEVENTH GRADE BOYS Front row: Jerry Miller, Jerry Taylor, Eugene Houston, Jerry Ford, Don McCart- ney, Gerald Crocker, Johnny Bruff, Harold Houston. Sec-ond row: Billy Foren. Thomas Boone, Dwain Martin, James Griffin, Billy Ray Ivie, Ray Lamb. Third row: Jimmie Hayes, Max Reasons, Billy Henley, XVinclell McCartney, Charles Trimble, Clyde Vaughn, Bobby Ray Wren. Not shown: J. B. Enochs, Willie Gordon. James Mathis, Cecil Reeves. 27 i i EIGHTH GRADE GIRLS Front row: Lula Mai Marcus, Clydell Bessent, Marie Davidson, Patricia Arnold, Ann Taylor, Mary Ruth Foren. Second row: Marfay Dawson, Ann Moore, Shelby Jean Hunt, Julia Faye Marcus, Mary Lou Crosnoe, Julia Burkett. Third row: Katy Petty, Dorothy Simmons, Dorothy Gammons, Janette Willis, Barbara Mathis, Elizabeth Foren, Kathlene Perryman, Shirley Powell. Peggy Knott not shown. EIGHTH GRADE BOYS Front row: Sammy Carruth, Lynn Porter Swindell, Buddy Knott, Larry Pounds, Gayle Miller, Don McLemore, Jerry Hampton, Russell Graves, Second row: Jerry Fitch, Landon Hampton, Jerry Stelle, Kenneth Mitchell, Wayne Knott, Frank Casey, Johnny Lowery. Third row: Junior Jarnes, Freddie Bryant, Donald Kernodle, Joe Shankle, Donel Fisher, Charles Taylor, Maurice Cash. Harold Reynolds not shown. 28 Eff Tlllll. qi' iw? 'fvlfkf-W f, ,ff lb. , ! nz. aug: 1, 44m X TRBSH 30 NOT' BU.3.'1,, n any If 47 Wlll Bradlord High School Be The Same When' Punk stalts go ng steady peiiodl Geiald Griffin looks like he has shaved B L stops fluting with V W Jack learns to d1lV8 Paul quits telling tall hunting tales Albeit isn t being a pest in clas J R s hair gets stialght Gexald Shankle cant sm le and show his dimples Dan pays back what he boriows Duane gets a new Cheviolet Peggy and Neva dissolve partnei ship. Susie isnt talking to Verna Mae about Pete. Dorothy Nell stops flirting with all the boys. Ladye Jane goes away to Ole Miss. Janie Sue stops studying. Vivian stops talking in the Study Hall. Ruth doesn't have to walk up the lane all alone. Verna can't llirt with Bernie. Kenneth Aigo cant Slt with Joyce in the Study Hall James Arnold starts talking to the guls Chailes Barion Gene Branson and Charles Bates cant talk Fiench Ira and Alvin arent standing in front of Study Hall Barnie and Neal hand in lesson on time Kenneth Wayne C stops going to Jackson to see Sue Aaron starts studying Billy Joe starts making love and s Bobo starts speaking to someone besides Faye Ruth. George isnt trying to lure a girl into a dark corner. Norma Deane gets a new boy- friend. Mildred and Jeanette aren t fight- ing over the same boys. Frances doesn't eat so much in the cafeteria. Evelyn and Junior get married. Bobibe Jean can't smile and show her teeth. WITTIEST MCCARTNEY - CANTRELL , F., nw Cf? MOST FRIENDLY TOOIVLBS - TUCK -:Q g ,M 'Q 1 S . A 1 Sb! i?1 PRETTIEST - MOST HANDSOME FORD - BATES T? MOST ATHLETIC MCCARTNEY - DAVIS 322255335X W H 0 ' S W H U ZSEEEEZTZZHDES CUTEST OVERTON - EDMONDS BEST ALL ROUND TOOMBS - DAVIS f"? MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED KNOTT-TUCK MOST CO-OPERATIVE KJWOTT - MCGILL MOST DEPENDABLE 3' MOST INTELLIGENT THETFORD .. GRIFFIN CAPPS - DAVIS MRS. MERCER BOONE N Q S E Jamal' E 5 9' fa 5 gg ,Nan wg, bg ,H we af W TYPIING JI MRS. ROBERT BASS P 1 SCI URS. OLGE HAY 5 Q, MA KERSOA ow V n5q'c mb ' - -- QC3CATl,?4f7cQQ gn --T T: E 5455993 5 52 xm ff fx., . ' ' fe, 'QL F' or X 05245021 Q47 5 QN' J. X U '90 NEWYXO x J ' X W Qli'ii'1iHllllilliiil " '" "' - f ' - --- , WM" g X WU N52 3 lx x-, ' QQ N? QX 1V Q I 'ff fax ORGA I A TIONS X FUTURE FARMERS DUANE THARP .... BILLY CASH EDSEL PATE ...... DANIEL CROCKER CHARLES BARRON MR. W. C. MELVIN THE FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA is a non-profit, non-politi- cal farm youth organization of vol- untary membership among those boys who have reached certain stand- ards in vocational agriculture. The F. F. A. is 100 percent American in its ideals, with no outside affilia- tions, and no secrecy in connection with any of its activities. Its mem- bers learn through active participa- tion how to conduct and take part in public meetings: to speak in pub- licg to buy and sell cooperatively 5 to solve their own problemsg to finance themselves: and to assume civic re- sponsibility. It develops leadership in boys who are to live and make their living in Bradford Community. . . . . . . . President Vice President Secretary . . . Treasurer ft Reporter .....Adviser The Bradford Chapter was organ- ized in 1929 with twenty charter members. It has steadily iiourished until it has attained the present strength of seventy active members and three h u n d r e d ninety-four alumni. These seventy active mem- bers are a part of the three hundred two thousand who live in rural com- munities throughout every state in the Union, Puerto Rico, and Hawaii. 36 ftukufe . Vdbari A 2 'w f ill? M.-. , . f' is ff sz' " A LLM- Y-941 ' .- FUTURE EARMERS UE AMERICA 37 onal Agri EA, - .A DISTRICT CHAMPIONS 1951 F.F.R. Parliamentary Procedure Contest Left to right: Duane Tharp, Presidentg Billy Ray Davidson, acting Vice President: Donald Farmer, acting Secretaryg Daniel Crocker, Treasurer: Roger Wallace, acting Reporter: W, C. Melvin, Adviser. .. Sweethearts. . . llrr as ' -fffe7rl?j--11. f . P P i K . O . F. , .J i'ii. f V lls2iilfl9Ug'l O BABS GREEN 1951 DOROTHY NELL HORN 11950 38 ACITIZIENSHIP GOOD CITIZEN - Miss Ladye Jane Moore., daughfer of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Moore of Bradford, Tennq has been named +o receive ihe Good Cirizenship award af Bradford High SchooL The award B sponsored yearly by fhe local Daughfers of fha American RevoluHon. f,, N X fm' A . V I Ei , 7, ,gs , . '- ' - M K , -' , r sf? l 1 ' ' gf . f ' k ,..,.4 Ek ,R ,--. John Henry Lesrnonci . . A kk BETA CLUB SEATED: Ladye Jane Moore, Reporter, Betty Joy Knott, Secretary, James Quinton Edmonds, President: Charles Dean Griffin, Vice-President: Sarah Overton, Treasurer, Babs Green, Hlistorian. SECOND ROW: Myrtie Lee Sellers, Frances Bell, Janie Thetford, Arlou Scott, Dean Uselton, Neva Bugg, Peggy Arnold, Mildred Foren, Dorothy Nell Horn. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Ogle Hayes, Sponsor, Kenneth Crocker, Tollie Graves, Billy Joe Davis, Russell Tuck, Jr., James Hay, Billy Cash. THE BETA CLUB The Beta Club is a non-secret, achievement national organization for high school students. Its objectives are: to encourage effort, promote character, stimulate achievement, and to encourage and assist students to continue their education after high school. Those eligible for member- ship in the Bradford Beta Club are Juniors and Seniors who have an average of eighty-eight per cent, good character, and commendable at- titude. 40 Foren Scott McCartney Green Overton Davis Tuck Crocker BACLUB Klharter Membersh SENIURS 4"H CLUB JUNIORS 41 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA LADYE JANE MOORE SARAH OVERTON . .. BABS GREEN ........ SHIRLEY TOOMBS .... BETTY JOY KNOTT ..... MRS. MERCER BOONE The Future Homemakers of America is a national organization for girls who are taking Home Economics or who have had two years previous training. The purposes of the or- ganization are: 1. To develop an appreciation of homemaking 2. To emphasize the importance of homemaking . . . . . . . President Vice President . . . . . . Secretary . . . . . . . Treasurer . . . Parliamentarian .. . Sponsor To encourage democracy in the home and community To work for good home and family life for all To promote international good will To provide wholesome recreation To develop creative leadership To promote interest in home eco- nomics. VHVH3 313 XQWEAHIHDV 'Z X ls 1 64DERSHlP UI N- f X XS xxx- Qxx x xXx '-YAX!xw , mv ' V' ex ,f 1, N . ,xr , ,X FG.,-,vl ' V N xx k , 4 if T.. ff-4 f X ,ff X ' If X j 'x X ' is Q Q "L :2 "'.. ,, ---f-X " fyfftg. 1 X ' f X v A MN X JY F 5 2 Q jg 1' Qgyp , 422 x! 1 ' . I P 1641 f , Q.. ' :,f,'. :a 31T, 'L '1 -Keffvx 3. ji' ,I ' N'-s, . ' ' me V , en. I Q- ifnfi -12 ,pf W , ff rg H 5 " N ' 1 Q 5. M ' 155' KW ' W - - ,. I if , 251 if T as mai-Q rm FRONT ROW: Grilfin, McGill, Crocker, Davis, Tuck, Parnell, Griffin, Swindell. SECOND ROW: Crocker, Benson, Cantrell, Farmer, Reynolds, Davidson, Pate, Betts, Edmonds, Nance, Rochelle, Coach. BASKETBALL FRONT ROW: Crocker, Benson, Reynolds, Betts, Nance, Pate, Farmer, SECOND ROW: Swindell, Cantrell, Griffin, Crocker, Parnell, Tuck, Davis, Griffin, McGill, Davidson, Edmonds, Rochelle, Coach. BASKETBALL N . , E ,l '-,ff 1' WU- X 'N Elzflu fxfjjil, ' N X ir iz. A C for , A f l ' I' l ' , l. S ,f '. I I 1 t Z' A-L 'n Q' it Q vu' ', , . g ui,-' - , V! J 5' X i ,QL 19,10 5 gi, 1 ,, 1 N V V 2 , V . my 4 ' -,, mv, I 1 I , ' ' . , M7 gp , .,3fwTW: ,Nw Qgggl 4, " 15, if A' V. Y ,,. . , I k lf K ' " I ' ' R ,V O ..- , -f ... ' 1 5' 4 hz.. , V, , FRONT ROW: Alexander. Knott, Taylor, Bell, Scott, Sellers. SECOND ROW: Williams, Uselton, Green, Burch, Coach, McCartney, Hampton, Foren. ' BASKETBAL1 J., 1 ps FRONT ROW: BurCh, CoaCh: Bugg. SECOND ROW: Alexander, Lett, Carr, Foren, Knott, Taylor, Williams, Hampton, Green, McCartney, Uselton, Arnold, Elam, Baker, Scott, Bell, Sellers. CHEERLEADERS 'H GWGII F01'd Shirley Toombs Christelene Hampton Norma Dean Ford GB Avfow BX eide 19 1? M BY' 22 utllerf H ewvau 951 X 2 ff Wd Baby was-1 YN 3 Gr e"f"'f There A M1139 2 T eeafyeld Yhere es Caxxe aged' I' H, e X Gsm Keats? iota me met 12S Medi Yx S 11,3 eh 1011 91- Here . H91- P 1 1 -ue 5' S 'Sow . 1 qofwn A Xe f 'SGW' :ZA Q,ree95ex bold! we XM yer H '13 'ire 'Z us , gefl- Ha 011 M -N , ' .5 Q' - ua" Xfire I M I 1 B e 11 IL ' me NM - o S eI'e ww ' S mc- . He, occ' Ll B 23 Hum 8' c X 5 D De . . -. W XF -5x30 QL:-rr -.R . 2 ' A E2 6 .m'.5i " i- f B I sf' ll sf M . . J' 1 CQ d 9' N fs + . as if Q Y I s Y.. 'T ,A , , , nw, , - ,H 1. Q, A W1 it fc f M -miie Q 35 X: X 161' . f,,, HW ,S N S kc., -1, f 34 M - 1 f . Q " '- f L X L tw., V x w Q f L Q 4 S 0 :Wg , 5 f , 1 f M. -1:-ffzv, gif: f .r ' ' ' 1, .N-v..,Q,:N ' fn 3 .gz...,,. ,Jug V , I L. X NYT x . . x I Wix, f 52" ' .iffirlg-gr . pw, 'N 5. x 1-V I , In 'x 5 f XX if 1 , fa Q 1 4 if' J ? 4-1 . , 1:21 ,N nf ' pilieggs 5 ,Zemin I . - 52.73 5? , ANP:-gig wk 'T' S LQ f x V x i 1' S Q xi' 5 5 , ,V ,f v,gsiU, ff, , gfxfbfawbbi? JH. :fifibw 'fi 'X . 'J ax ' 'wr' ' V .f 5-4 1 , R , I !TB' A COMPLIMENTS ol BANK ol BRADFORD Bradford, Tennessee A Friendly, Safe Bank l903-l95l Member of FDIC Il Bank, Not Too Big, Not Too Little, For the People It Serves BIRCHIE CROCKER'S GROC. Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh Meats and Feeds "We are as close as your phone' Phone 189 Bradford, Tenn. PATTERSON 8. MclAlEB . Shippers of Livestock Ship Every Saturday All Kinds of Livestock Bradford Tenn. MEXANDER-GREEN COMPANY General Merchandise BETTER QUALITY FOR LESS MONEY Your Philco Ilppliance Dealer Bradford Tennessee FRIGIDRIRE MAYTI-1G Bnown PARKER co. FRANK'S AUTO SUPPLY 116 Williamson St. TIRE HEADQUARTERS PHONE 1150 See us for the Best tire deal in Milan Milan Tennessee DIAMONDS-WATCHES Quality Gift Iewelry Silver-China-Chrystal l. P. JACKSON IEWELER Jackson Tennessee MANGEl'S Mlsszs' AND WOMEN'S 115 E. Lafayette Jackson Tennessee BO0NE'S FLOWER SHOP Modern Florist Designing and Arranging For All Occasions Funeral and Corsage Work a Specialty PHONE 9-2 Bradford I Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF CARTER'S PHARMACY A safe prescription Drug Store Milan, Tenn. Phone 96 R. R. MlllIOAN IEWELER Diamonds-Iewelry F ine Watches 214 E. Lafayette St. Jackson Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF ThreadgiIl's Shoe Slore Home oi Nationally Advertised Footwear Milan Phone 868 Tennessee See Us For Gorham, Reed Sz Barton Wallace, and International Sterling Silverg El in-H 'lt g ami on, Gruen and Bulova Watches-Fine Di21I110l'ldS- CLYDE PAGE IEWEILER phone 091 Trenton, Tenn. 6. D. CAIN PHARMICIST "Just What Your Doctor Orders" Phone: Day 126-Night 14-B Bradford Tennessee N. W. MARTIN BRADFORD lUMBER CO. Distributor u uon ou. Pnonucrs Bu'15'jI.?..'2fllSSWa'e Complete Line of Building Materials Milan Tennessee and Lumber FREE ESTIMATIONS Phone 123 Bradford, Tenn. COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF llM'S BARBER SHOP GREENEIELD DRUG CO. Greenfield Tennessee Greenfield Tennessee J. D. BULLINGTON Service Slalion TEXHCO GAS HND OIL WRECKER SERVICE N. Main St. Phone 105 Mllan Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING We Handle Cambridge Crystal Heisey Crystal-Imperial Crystal Cambridge Lamps-Bulova and Elgin Watch es Jewelry and Gifts of all types for ALL OCCASIONS COMBS JEWELERS Milan, Tenn. Phone 637 PINK CORNER CAEE ll iavorite meeting place For Bradford Boys and Girls Bradford Tennessee GREENEIEED ElORAl SHOP Flowers for Every Occasion C'umb. Phone 135 Home Phone 116 116 Evergreen Street Greenfield Tennessee THE H. P. WEBB AGENCY C. C. RICE, Owner INSURATTOE Phone 171 Milan, Tenn. COZY CORNER CAEE COMPLIMEN TS OF WEST SIDE GARAGE COMPLIMENTS OE' POlK'S SHOE STORE Milan, Tennessee Red Goose Shoes for Boys and Girls Weyenberg Shoes Tor Men COMPLIMENTS OF PAUL ALEXANDER COMPLIMENTS OF J. D. MCCARTNEY COMPLIMENTS OE' PURE MILK CO. Martin, Tenn. Phone 266 Fulton, Ky. Phone 813 Play Refreslwd . . . Have A Coke B I the game during the game, after the game, 1 i ' I t Id C C I u relreshi WEST TENNESSEE BUSINESS C0llEGE COURSES: Jackson, Tennessee Stenographic Secretarial Executive Secretarial Junior Accounting Higher Accounting and Business Administration Office Machines, and Teachers' Business Course High School Graduates, Continue Your Preparation with Your Friends at West Tennessee Business College, Jackson, Tennessee. CM'ember of National Association of Accredited Commercial Schools. BEAR ICE 6. COAL EO. Operating Ice Plants Rnd Coal Yards At BOLIVAB - IISCKSON HUMBOLDT - MILAN TRENTON PATE'S OUALITY STORE COMPHMENTS of C t Ser 'ice - Quality Dlsliilsridise atv Fair Prices Dry Goods-Shoes-Hardware Clolhmg tnmpany A d G I Jacksgn Tennessee n rocenes Bradford Tenn. COMPLIMEN1-S OF COMPLIMENTS OF EORD BROS BRADFORD GIN EO. , ' Grocenes and Hardware Phone 57-2 Bradford, Tenn. Bradford Phone NO' 127 Tenn. SEATES DRY CLEANERS J. EREED 6. SONS Established 1865 Phone 109 Bradford, Tenn Trenton Tennessee ' COMPLIMENTS OF SNYDER'S MAyg'5 The House oi Quality FORQUALITY MERCHANDISE t Tren on Tennessee Greenfield Tennessee MEET ME At COMPLIMENTS OF . MARTIN'S DEPT. STORE We Feature Claussner Hose Drug More and Star Brand Shoes Trenton, Tenn. Phone 36 Trenton Tennessee RITZ 8. MIlAN THEATRES Milan Tennessee COMPLIMEN TS OF HERBERT Tl0WERS IEWELER 104 College 13110110 786 Trenton, Tenn. JONES DRY CLEANERS Where Quality Tells Owned by Glen Hayes Trenton, Tenn. Phone 88 COMPLIMENTS OF CARTER'S PHARMACY A safe prescription Drug Store Milan, Tenn. Phone 96 MARTIN'S Deparlmenl Slore The House ol Honest Values Where People Buy lor Less Milan Tennessee COMPLIMEN TS OF WESTERN AUTO Associate Slore M. L. BROOKS, Owner Greenfield Tennessee BRADFORD OROCERY Fresh Meats, Vegetables and Feeds Bradford, Tenn. Phone 217 CONGRATULATIONS BElEW DRUG STORE Youn BEXALL sronn Greenfield Tennesse COMPLIMENTS OF GRAND lEADER Diamonds Watches Luggage Jfwfl sox Iewels-Record Shop HERB DAVIS Rlilall Tenness COMPLIMENTS OF E. N. 1. BROCK CO. THE BOOTERY Beautiiul Shoes and Hosiery 209 E. Lafayette St. Jackson Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF JENKINS 8. DARWIN BROS. COMPLIMENTS OF FANNYE'S SHOP Smart Feminine Fashions 107 E. Main Phone 7-1406 Jackson, Tenn. COMPLIMENTS OE' PAIACE THEATER Greenfield Tenn. COMPLIMENTS OF TEXACO SERVICE STATION For Friendly Service See Us Bradford, Tenn. Phone 200-2 X TE Aco r R J n I RIG! M, gay, JACKSON PACKING CO. We buy livestock every day in the week and a complete Distribution ol meat. Rosedale live. 826 Iackson Tenn. THE MOORE STUDIO Pictorial Home oi the Co-Ed. li Studio Oi Distinction Oitering lllways The Latest and Best Achievements oi PHOTO-GRAPHIC ITHTS Iackson Tennessee TRENTON FURNITURE COMPANY SUTTONS PLACE Ready To Furnish Your Home Now Trenton Tenn. MICALEB 6. PHELAN Dodge-Plymouth Sales and Service Dodge Iob Rated Trucks Tre ton Tennessee TAYLOR ELECTRIC CO. Electrical Service Wiring-All Kinds Bradford, Tenn. Pho e R. R. MILLIOAN IEWELER Diamonds-Tewelry Fine Watches U-TOTE-'EM OROCERY 214 E. Lafayette St. Bradford Tennessee Jackson Tennessee In Iackson COMPLIMENTS F . O It s BLACK AND WHITE STORE fI'IoII4 we Jackson's Greatest Store Since 1871 10 COMPLIMENTS OE' HUNT FURNITURE CO. mm HUNT EUNERM HOME Bradford Tenn. M 6 B MOTOR C0. SALES and SERVICE PHONE 89 Greenfield Tenn. COMPLIMENTS OF MCCORD FURNITURE C0 BOYETTE 6. GRAVES Home and lluto Supplies FIRESTONE T t n Tennessee GUS BAKER -- USED CARS Bought and Sold PHONE 845 Milan Tennessee l. O. BAIEOUR COMPANY Attleboro Massachusetts Class Rings and Pins Commencement Invitations Diplomas-Personal Cards ' Club Insignia Memorial Plaques Represented by: IRVING HARRIS P. 0. Box 496 Jackson, Tennessee SOUTHSIDE SERVICE 8. OROCERY Groceries - Notions Martins Gas 8. Oils More for Less Owned by: WINGO G WINGO Bradford Tennessee COMPLIMENT S OF W. P. DABNEY AND SON Furniture and Hotpoint Ilppliances lA VERNE'S Ladies' Ready-To-Wear And Millinery Latest styles ior the Ir. Misses Regular and Stout Women's On Church Street, Where Cl0Il'leS College Passes 208 N. Liberty Phone 7-9423 Jackson, Tenn. Phone 7-5516 Jackson Tennessee COMPLIMENTS OF WOOD MOTOR CO. COMPLIMENTS OF IHE FRANCES SHOP Headquarters for Tots, Teen-age Wear Trenton Tennessee BOOSTERS JACKSON MILMI Hugh C. Ross C- W- Coley Thompson's Shoe Store Sandra lean Shoppe Hudsonls Record Shoppe R. T. McKelvy Furniture Co. Glamor SHOPS lirnold and Criswell Bty. Shop Nolen's Kiddie Shoppe Bryant Cunningham Bonds Shoe Company Lollie M. Carter Rosenbloom Neely Hat Shop -I-REM-on Holt's Flower Shop GREEIIFIELD Dickey's Greenlield Banking Company Williams' Ii Friend 55.00, Iackson, Tenn. I SLIPPER SHOP Iackson Tennessee We, the Beacon Staii ol 1951, wish to make acknowledgments lor the splendid assistance and co-operation received lrom the patrons ol this community and neighboring communities. Please re-read our advertisements carelully and help make next year's ad selling easier by patronizing our advertisers. -Zrwzli fgfbdffgi-f Business Manager i Y i 12RsJz7,-ff-'S YEARBOOKS MYERS AND CO. INC TOPEKA KANSAS xg ff , EAQQM H g xi U X X 0,1 QS? Mx H I - E: ixsxxss ,Wi L 4 : C7 W i f I A q mll ml fi l'QiL,lMW , zQf53e., I ' - PRES ENTED BY THFX fi rg wa al f . . 5 .1 xx 2-A . " L H. ,Q -uf I. 2 ,L 1,1 'ag ' I-, it lf.: 823 Ei' Fa kg' 33 Tx . ' 2 5 :LQ . 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W, aqfgim. wfloae aefwiaei cu a civic leadez gave Eeen oufefanding, wgoze acfione and wozde gave :awed cu an inifzimafion, and wlzoae miie counsel Ecu guided ue we 'zeefzecffulfy dedicate Mia, me fini edition of 04 JV Db Us you, Low: fpamenix, we 'Lealize fgaf: you gave wedged fox twelve yeau fo Lee fffaf we an equipped witff H25 inzfdemenfe of leafming. c74!: fimee we ffiougrfff me diffiaultiea weme an ouu, Ent now we zealize hge ibzuggfe mae 'Lenny youu. ago to Hou, JMOH2. and bad, wifli ever-gzowing fave and appmeciakion we dedicafe fgii, of 7957. Skeniom Qian THE BEACON STAFF BILLY JOE DAVIS .... ...... ..., E d itor KENNETH CROCKER .... Business Manager JACK WAYNE MCGILL .... Circulating Manager DOROTHY NELL HORN ..... ..... A rt Editor CHARLES BATES ...... Sports Editor RUTH USERY ........ Sports Editor LADYE JANE MOORE ..... ....... T ypist JAMES QUINTON EDMONDS Typist We, in preparing the first iirst copy oi The Beacon, have worked to present the activities and achievements ol 1950-51 in order to give you a reminder of happy hours and pleasant associations. It's meant taking B's instead ot A's, C's instead ot B's and . . . well, we won't talk about that. Any way we hope you enjoy your Beacon. THE BEACON STAFF MRS. MERCER BOONE MRS. OLGE HAYES MRS. HAL HOLMES II Home Economics Science Social Science F CULT Y SELL MR- Ruyimcapal MR. THOS. F. ROCHELL, JR. MISS CAROLYN YOUNG MR. W. C. 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