Dibrell High School - Wildcat Yearbook (McMinnville, TN)

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He is not only a coach, but he also teaches history. He is a person who has lived with our youth. One that shared our burdens as well as our happiness. lt's wonderful to know that you have someone to turn to in a time of need. We have probably done things which annoyed him, but he knew that this was only life. He believes that everyone has a right to his own opinion. We hope that he has enjoyed these past tour years, as they have been happy years to us. We are told that this will be the happiest days of our lite. We hope that we will be a class that will stand high in the memory of many people. We have wanted to be an enjoyable class with which to work. We are thankful that we were blessed with such a wonderful coach and teacher, but the most important thing is that we think he is a wonderful person. A person that you will find to be the same every day alike. We are even happier to have the privilege of dedicating our 1960-ol yearbook, The Wildcat, to such a wonderful person as Mr. Joe Stewart. The Senior Class L ...A L . I O O O I . " : : -V -it- 'fnl Qtr J u fy, I 4 my a MY . 1-H, 5 - I. L ? R 1 , 4 J ,J Ma ' x I W K in S . W. aid 1 4 v V I a IEP A n ' 3 K n 71" I 4' I if ky f ' 45. ' gh.- 4-' .y'?"'f" " 'QQ .L ,Fl AL K-1vQ":l'i'5q'H 4 . 'gh 3,,!",1 1 H ' Z - H aw- 1 . . X , 1x,f1 , , , , , ,Nu XJ ' gg' V ,Y Q g 21 : " f Q f- Q 'Il ' A If 1 'V 'V' 53" . . 'H' 4 .f- fl , . 3, M, if 'I ' '-" S ' rf ,W 5 J. ' 0 f' 5' K' 5 ' 11, 5, , Q Q. gig, 4 , , , .. . A ,v si ' 5" ,-4"! 5' . .f 'Y , 'f ,A - i -I i ,gl-'f gl- ' Q . I' 1, V QL .,x. 3' 2' g ' a.?'!Q,. 1"-f , ,. '.g-f1'1-f. ,aw -:Q-,Q ,Q vA , -'Jia ' ' r"f' ' !',r 1 ' . 1"..-if Q ' .,g' .fs ,, i .' 5 554 , Ns-,, 4 ., 4 . A ,, - A V . I " l 1 V' 1 I f"- 1 If, GA IQ' ,- TL 1 .1 ' H i U- ' '- v f. Y F. Q gpg-Jr log . in I .f'9:'27, ' M' . ,,, -,H-.': ,n ' - 2' 5. 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Principal's Message In this great democracy of ours the people believe in public education, which means ed every boy and girl to the extent of his or her ability. This can only be achieved when paren teachers, and students work cooperatively and diligently. The Dibrell School during the i960-6l school term, has attempted to develop and partic in various activities which would enrich our citizens of tomorrow and prepare them to live in to build a better democracy. With the passage of time many of these activities will be replaced or overshadowed with important events in our lives. Congratulations to the Wildcat Staff in recording each event, establishing a permanent record so they may be recalled in future years. ucating ts, ipclle and other thus E' QUE h School Faculty MR. EDWIN BLANKENSHIP Principal, Civics Molhemufics E, 43 Z Q. kv' .4-Z MRS. EDWlN BLANKENSHIP MR. JOE M. STEWART MRS. CLINTON GRIBBLE B.S. B.S., M.A. B.S. Home Economics, SCl9nCe Social Science, Coach English, Librarian GN MISS FRANKIE GOLDEN B.S., M.A. Health, Social Studies is-. L, gl ll 'Y l S' ff' ,I 'r MISS BETTYE BLANKENSHIP B.S. Commercial ,21 -Ulf,-X H Af' "" , 1 U ii r yn- ii . 4 f V i gfeixzf Hi 'Q Q' , ir.: , , 351.9 " lllwf, 5 R 'ir li , 5 L: if MRS . LILLI E CANTRELL Music ,. rzgfeg L Qu, H l e,Xfsfy - . f f xx ,.. if R - X5 5 iff" , . l l l I Hxl Tm 1 S 4,60-f V, ' lil llllwllwllllll MR. A.A. ALLISON B.S. , M.A. Agriculture, Science frm 4' 3' ix L S fK.' ' MR. W. M. TAYLOR B.S., M.A. English, Mathematics 5 if MISS PAULINE GRIBBLE MRS. DOLLAND GLENN MRS. KELLY REEDER B.S. B,S, Third Grade First Grade Second Grade Elementar Teachers MRS. THOMAS FOSTER Fourth Grade MISS BESSIE GRIBBLE MR. EDWARD OLIVER Fifth Grade B.S., M.A. Sixth Grade ,- . 5 I . .KH X 1 5:5 RAYMOND MORRIS ADCOCK Here I am, you lucky girls. Basketball '57-'61, F.F.A. '56-'6l, F.F.A. Vice Pres. '60-'61, Ground Observer Corps '57-'59, 4-H Club '59-'60, Runner-up Harvest King '59- '60, Class Vice Pres. '59-'60, Junio Play '59-'60, The Pacin' Cat Comics Editor '60-'6l, Booster C ub '60-'61, Most Handsome '60-'6l. F QW 5 What sound is merrier than her giggle? 4-H Club '57-'6l, l'l.T.C. Club '57-'61, Beta Club '58-'61, Cheerleading Clinic '60, Cheerleader '60-'6l, Booster Club '60-'61, Most Refined '60-'61, Co-Editor of School Scrap Book '59-'60, Pianist at Junior Play '60, Junior Chamber of Com- merce Award '59-'60, Beta Pianist '60-'6l. LENA CATHERINE ALLISON gl Z' ,v '25 JOHN ANDERSON One ofthe reasons why Dibrell is such a nice place. Transferred from Western High, Detroit, Michigan. Junior Play '58-'59, Harvest King '58- '59, Junior Sweetheart '58-'59, Basket- ball '58-'59, Most Versatile '58- '6l, Friendliest '59-'60, Booster Club '60-'6l, Booster Vice Pres. '60-'6l , Best-all-around 4-H Club '57-'6l, H. T.C. '57-'61, '60-'61, 4-H Club '59-'6l, Cartoonist of Booster Club '60-'6l, Ground Obser The Pacin' Cat. ver '57-'58, DOROTHY BAIN The type of person we like to know. l r l l I t fl'-r O ff 49 -.f-J' I ff it x., She's content as can be, with herself. Ground Observer Corps '57-'59, 4-H Club 1. '57-'61, H.T.C. Club '58-'61, The Pacin' Q eo-'61 GENEVA BOND HERMAN BOREN MRD BILLIE CANTRELL CHRISTIAN She is pretty in two ways, pretty nice and pretty ways. Basketball '57-61, Volleyball '57-'61, Miss Dibrell High '58-'59, Sophomore Sweetheart '58-'59, Class Sec.-Treas. '6l, H.T.C. Club '58-'61, H.T.C. Sec. '58-'59, 4-H Club '58-'60, Basketball Captain '60-'61, Junior Play '59-'60, Most Beautiful '59-'60, Assistant Editor of "The Wildcat," Booster Club '60-'61, 'sa- As she believes, let the future take care of itself. 4-H Club '57-'61, H.T.C. Club '57-'61, I Basketball '57-'61, Volleyball '57- 6l, All- tournament '59-'60, Most Athletic '60-'61, Booster Club '60-'61, The Pacin' Cat, '60- '6l . Believes in being seen, not heard. F.F.A. '57-'61, 4-H Club '57-'58. CURLE NE COPE PRESTON ah, !Q'e-2 Q 4 W. L' .5 Q-gps ,LI ' ME. LARRY COPE Stop itl Stop itl Don't mess up my pretty hair. . 4-H Club '57-'6l, Basketball '58-'6l, Ground Observer Corps '58-'59, Class Sentinel '59-'60, Typist of The Pacin' Cat F.F.A. '57-'61 . miE?li5f its s kd' X.. BRENDA JOYCE DUKE Something old, something new, that's what she's looking forward to. H.T.C. Club '57-'61, H. T.C. Reporter '59-'60, Treas. '60-'61, 4-H Club '57-'61, Cheerleader '57-'6l, Capt. '59-'60, Class Treas. '58-'59, Beta Club '58-'61, Treas. '60-'61, Booster Club '59- '60, Junior Play '59-'60, Neat- est Girl '60-'61, Class Editor of "The Wildcat," '60-'61, Gossip Editor of The Pacin' Cat. ff E 1 , vit, X1 'H , .W - 1 ' QUX WAYNE OLIVER S IMERLY --- fra- - - .- -. -- -g,--2 -:fine-5,1 w. I .faq .4 X 'r , a ii' . BILLY JOE FLANDERS His bark is worse than his bite. F.F.A. '57-'58, Sgt. at Arms '57-'58, Most Courteous '53-'5 '60-'61, Basketball '57-'61, 9 Ground Observer Corps '57-'59, 4-H Club '57-'58, Vice Pres. '60-'6l . Being cheerful is her motto. ig.: .1,. S, AMY, H ' 'U' 4-Lf 'EEZ' H KATHLEEN FOSTER for 1 it GLENN GILL His quiet, reserved, pleasing man- ner has won Glenn many friends. F.F.A. '57-'61, Basketball Mgr. '59-'6l, Junior Play '59-'6l, Sports Editor of "The Wildcat" '60-'6l, The Pacin' Cat Staff '60- '61 She is small, reserved, and dignifiedg in affection to her friends she is tightly tied. Class Sec. '57-'58, l'l. T.C. Club '57-'59 '60-'6l, Beta Club '58-'61, Helpers' Club, '60-'61, The Pacin' Cat '60-'6l, Booster Club '60-'31, Editor of "The Wildcat" '60- '6l Transferred from Lenoir City High School '59-'60, H.T.C. Club '59-'60, Booster Club '60-'61, Features Editor of "The Wildcat" '60-'6l , Most Versatile '60-'61, Basketball Mgr. '60-'6l, Comics Editor of The Pacin' Cat '60-'61, Friend- liest girl '60-'61 . Y Q DEANE FUSON A quiet beauty and charm were hers 4-H Club '57-'6l, H.T.C. '57-'6l Beta Club '58-'61, Basketball Mgr. '59-'60, Cheerleader '60-'61, Gossip Editor of the "Pacin Cat" '60-'6l , Snapshot Editor for The "Wildcat" '60-'61, Most COLFEOUS 9'irl"6o"- ei. CAROL GREENE ' as r Y ' ur 'r ' 'cz'-2 Y is Qzvfnvi I sez dog wi l uf' LARRY EUGENE GRIBBLE Larry has sense --------- HORSE SENSE. Class Pres. '60-'61, F.F.A. Pres. '60-'61, Basketball Mgr. '57-'61, Beta Club '58-'61, Business Mgr. of "The Wildcat" '60-'61, Most Talented Boy '59-'60, Most Studious Boy '60- '6l, Junior Sweetheart '59-'60, Junior Play '59-'6O. asm? 3 "l' I Calm as a May morning. X 4-H Club '60-'6l, l'l.T.C. Club '60- '61, The Pacin' Cat '60-'61, Sales Citation '60-'61, Ground Observer Corps. is he . AXYQ LINDA GUNTER PEGGY JOYCE HALEY With just one exception, boys mean noth ing to her. 4-H Club '57-'61, H.T.C. Club '57-'61, Reporter '60-'61, Advertising Editor for "The Wildcat" '60-'6l , Editor of The P 6O-'61, Booster Club QUl'6l, Basketbal '59-'61, Captain '60-'61, Junior Play '59-'60, Volleyball '57-'6l. 5 LINDA HENDRIX Blessed are those who study hardy for they shall inherit the high marks Basketball '57-'58, Class Song Leader '57-'58, Bookkeeping Award '59-'60, H. T.C. Club '60-'61, Beta Club '60-'61, Booster Club '60-'61, Most Ambitious '60-'61 . ',,'f1 s , X.-A .,5"fP. ' PAUL LINARD HILDRETH CLARK KEATHLEY '- Often he sits and thinks, but more often he just sits. F.F.A. '57-'59, Volleyball '58- '6'l, Basketball '58-'6l, 4-H Club '57-'58, Booster Club '60-'6l', Organization Editor of "E Wildcat" '60-'61, Most Cangenial '60-'61, I -Ala, Truth is the highest thing that man can keep. Basketball '57-'6l, Captain '60-'61, Class Pres, '58-'59, Beta Club Treas. '58-'59, Sophomore Sweetheart '58-'59, Most Studi- ous '58-'59, Neatest Boy '59-'6l, Most Re- fined '59-'6O, Asst. Business Editor of "The Wildcat" 'OO-'6l, Beta Club Pres. '60-'E Sports Editor of The Pacin' Cat '60-'61, Smartest Boy '59-'61, Most Courteous '59- '6l, Beta Club Reporter '59-'60, Booster Club '60-'6l . Friendly to all, hostile to none. H.T.C. Club '57-'61, 4-H Club '60-'6l, Beta Club '59-'61, Helpers' Club '60-'61, I I Volleyball 59- 60. W HQLQY C5- DONNA KATHYLENE JONES Meet her and judge For yourself. H.T.C. Club '57-'6l, 4-H Club '57- '6l, Ground Observer Corps '57-'58, Booster Club '60-'61, The Pacin' Cat Staff. MILD RED McCORMACK Q T '35 ,ll- -.,.1 W, 1 , N , : R gg: to 1" libs JANIE MOORE : VIRGLE LEARD MULLICAN A keen quiet guy. F.F.A. '57-'61, Class Reporter '58- '59, Basketball '59-'61, F.F.A. Treas. '60-'61, Booster Club '60- '61, 4-H Club '60-'61, Senior Club '60-'61 . She likes basketball best of all, but in her studies she's on the ball. H.T.C. Club '57-'59, Basketball '57-'61, Champion Speller '57-'60, Volleyball '59- '6l, Helpers' Club '60-'61, Booster Club '60-'61, Sports Editor of "The Wildcat" '60- '6l , The Pacin' Cat Staff '60-'61 . She looks like she'd be an angel and acts like one too, but you never can tell what those angels will do. H.T.C. Club '57-'6l, H.T.C. Pres. '60- '61, 4-H Club '57-'61, Booster Club Pres '60-'61, Beta Club '58-'61, Cheerleader '58-'61, Co-capt. '60-'61, Advertising Editor ot "'The Wildcat" '60-'61, Friend- liest Girl '59-'60, Junior Sweetheart '59- '6O, Most Congenial Girl '60-'61, Miss Dibrell High '60-'61, Junior Play '59-'60, Publisher of The Pacin' Cat '60-'6l . if ,, A i- CHRISTINE LEARON MULLICAN She always did her best, that was plenty. 4-H Club '57-'61, l'l.T.C. Club'58 '6i, Booster Club '60-'61, Senior Sweetheart '60-'61 . MARY ANN PARKER 1 :. EEE' i " in , Q C ,,., XW F ' ,--- 1 " asv-X aw BRENDA CAROL PARKHURST SARAH LYNNE HALE RAMSEY 994 'f""T' l'd have gotten bigger if I hadn't stopped growing. 4-H '57-'61, H.T.C. Club '58-'61, Cheerleader '60-'61, Cheerleader Captain '60-'61, Cheerleading Clinic '60, Junior Play '59-'60, Organization Editor of The Wildcat, Booster Club '60-'61, The Pacin' Cat Staff. Mischief is her middle name, but we all love her just the same. 4-H Club '58-'61, H.T.C. Club '57-'61, Basketball '58-'61, Booster Club '60-'61, Salesgirl The Pacin'Cat '60-'61, G.O.C. '57. "Music is said to be the speech of angels." Class Pres. '57-'58, Cheerleader '57-'61, Co-capt. '58- '6O, H.T.C. '57-'59-'60-'61, Girls' State '60-'6'l, Neatest Girl '57-'58, Most Talented '59-'60, Most Versatile '59-'60, Best All-around '60-'61, Smartest Girl '60-'61, Editor of The Pacin' Cat '60-'61, Beta Club '58-'61, Beta Club Vice Pres. '59-'61, 4-H Club '57-'61 4-H Club Pres . '59-'60, 4-H Club Sec. '60-'6l, 4-H County Council Pres. '59-'61, 4-H Speaker ofthe House '60-'61, "I Dare You Award" '59-'60, Booster Club Sec. '60-'61 . Class Editor of The Wildcat. BETTY JO WEST 1961 Class Histor Four years ago about thirty-five students ventured upon the steps of Dibrell High School. Nearly everyone was frightened about facing the change of a new life to a more educational system known as "high school." A few faces were new to us at first. We didn't know which way to turn, but we soon found our way around with help from teachers and upperclassmen. We were given a name, Freshmen, and we became a part of the life of the school. At first some often wished that they had never been found, but, before the year was over, we became throughly at home in our new surroundings. After being taught our ABC's in elementary school, we took on a new and exciting subiect known as "Algebra. " When the time was drawing near, and we had iust begun to learn to conquer the difficult tasks we had to give up our name and accept a new one, Sophomores, the second step of the ladder in learning. ln our second year at Dibrell we began to realize that we had different organizations and clubs of which we could be members, such as: Beta Club, fif you met the requirementsl, F.F.A. , and H. T. C. The sophomore year found us all working and trying to do our part in order to receive a seat among the best. Before we knew, we had another promotion 'to a higher degree. We became known as Juniors, the third step of the ladder. Several things happened in this school year, 59-60, ordering class rings, and invitations for the following year which was drawing close to an end. The Junior Play revealed that we had actors and actresses in our class and even some might become real out in life. Now, we have come to the last and final step at "Dear Old Alma Mater," which is the fourth step of the ladder. From the four years that we have spent at Dibrell, we have accomplished many lessons, several from the hard way, but from these lessons we have grown stronger in heart and mind. The class of '61 has set a record for the following classes to challenge. We hope that the class of 61 is one that fellow students, teachers, citizens of the Dibrell Community, and anyone else that you can turn to can say, "this is one of the best classes that has ever graduated from Dibrell." But at the end of this hard fought battle, we know what we do today, determines what we shall be tomorrow. Speaking in behalf of the class of '61, we all want to thank God for giving us a land of opportunity, a land of plenty, and a place where we can live with one accord and be as one in the sight of God. I hope that our class motto, "We Regret That We Have But One School Life To Live," will hold true for years to come. Class Historian Paul L. Hildreth Class Prophecy On the night of September B, l98l , a soft lisping wind blew silently over the small peaceful village of Dibrell. Inside the schoolhouse 3l voices rose, as they sang the last bars of the "Alma Mater." As the music died away, an unidentified voice said, "Was it only 20 years ago that." Her voice trailed off as memories winged their way back through the years to the warm spring night when they had graduated. Someone stirred, and immediately the room was full of chatter. Everyone wanted to find out about every- one else. The men swarmed around a distinguished looking man who was none other than Dr. Larry Gribble, owner of the famous walking horse, Moon Glow. Herman Boren, President of the First Drive-In Bank, was answering questions a mile a minute because he could add figures in a flash. The intelligent looking gentleman in the blue suit is Paul Hildreth, Professor of Mathematics at Harvard. Dortha Bain, famous for her skill of interior decorations, had made the auditorium quite a festive place. Flowers peeked out shyly in some places then burst out boldly in others. Places at the banquet table were deco- rated according to their owner's occupation. General Morris Adcock's napkin was solemnly pinned with a Purple Heart. Geneva Bond, who was famous for her fine original recipes, was awarded a napkin containing the menu for the banquet which she planned. Three cheers went up as the tall slim pro-basketball player, Larry Cope, took his place at the table. Larry's pat of butter had been skillfully molded into a golden-colored basketball by Betty West, noted for her art in food preparation. But, wait! Whose place is this? In the center stands an African Woman. No, there has not been a mistake. Linda Gunter, who dedicated her life to these people through her work as a biologist, is being seated there. The chic looking young lady to my right is Brenda Duke, secretary for the President. She is know for her accuracy and efficiency. On my left Janie Moore, well-known attorney, and Wayne Simerly, who has served the people faithfully as an FBI agent, are engrossed in discussing the prospects in space. Brenda Parkhurst, Deane Fuson, and Mary Ann Parker are elementary teachers in Tennessee, Kentucky, and Colorado respectively. They can't agree on who has the best class, but they all agree that it is marvelous work. An original fashion designer, Kathleen Foster, is discussing the latest trends with Carole Greene, a greatly admired person for her women's column in the Eagle Eye Magazine. Sitting next to her is Learon Mullican, Learon was chosen as TV's sweetest sweetheart. That deep voice no doubt belongs to Leard Mullican, who is known for his elegant bass. Curlene Preston and Billie D. Christian are telling each other about their families. Curlene is a leader of the PTA and the mother of 2 lovely girls. Billie Dean is the proud mother of a boy and a girl. Billy Flanders, a wealthy cattle owner, is busy explaining to Lena Allison, an attractive model, why cattle are important to our nation. Mildred McCormack, home economist, and Donna Jones, owner of the "Nu- Look Saloon" in California, are exchanging ideas of fashions. Did I see something move over there? Yes, I did see something. John Anderson, an extremely famous artist, was swiftly sketching the complete affair. He even thought to include himself, sitting in the corner with a pad in his hand. Glenn Gill and Peggy Haley seemed to be enioying themselves. Glenn is an electrician, and Peggy is a journalist. When the banquet was over, everyone gathered around the piano. Sarah Lynne Ramsey, a skillful pianist, joined with Clarkie Keathley, well-known guitar player, to provide us with music. Yes, those were the good old days, but if I could switch places, I would not. I am content to be an English teacher. The reunion is over, but everyone lingers to say good-bye. Tomorrow we will go back to our families, our jobs, and our homes. Tonight will be one of our many happy memories. Linda Faye Hendrix The Wildcat Staff LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Joe Stewart-Sponsor, Deane Fuson-Snapshot Editor, Peggy Haley-Advertising Editor, Mrs. Clinton Gribble- Sponsor, Kathleen Foster-Editor, Brenda Parkhurst-Organizations, Paul Hildreth-Assistant Business Manager, Brenda Duke-Class Editor, Carol Greene-Features Editor, Glenn Gill-Sports Editor, Janie Moore-Sports Editor, Larry Griblsle-Business Manager, Mary Ann Parker-Advertising Editor, Billie Dean Christian-Co-Editor, Clark Keathley-Organizations, Sarah Ramsey-Class Editor. JERRY HILDRETH, A .. . . Y President. 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BRENDA ROLLER, Secretary MELVIN BRATCH ER, Treasurer 1wa.,,,,-5 .r'91, cg? 191411. 1a.s11o-1, In . 1 ,S wa1g,,,, 6113 .e wg 5542--12gig"25x.4 a 11 a'1gfi,,2- if ' I ba B5 1 1 af Sa I ,x 1 Y 91. 1. 1 5 I - giant: f' no 1 fm .Mgw5u1 fir, 9 asm TOMMY ADCOCK CAROLYN BARNES DOUGLAS BOND MELVIN BRATCHER YALTA GAY LEE GREENE FRANCIS GREENE PHYLLIS HALE BRENDA HENDRIX SHARON HOLLANDSWORTH VALTON JONES MARY KNOWLES KENNETH LEE GLENDA McCORMICK BILLY MORGAN JOYCE NEELY DANNY PARKHURST BRENDA ROLLER ROY SPARKMAN MARGARET WASHER MART WEST RITA WHITEAKER JIMMY WOMACK Sophomore ,Q if J X. A' xxx he 2 I' . s .Fu I 3" X V W 5 v lei is President, Johnny Bost Vice President, Anita Pennington Secretary, Lena Adcock Treasurer, Eddie Bain Freshmen A Y' H AJ? J.: -... ' 5: U - , , , A . s -.if my - V, ' V.,, M, X X 1 .."..' K X W vt: , -I gm '?" ff' ., A , H t- R , if ,V l fl 1 erer fr 4 F -, l I ' . N u X . 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X we X, w 3 ' 'gl' 2955 'qrf ffgis ffl - ww irff wi l Q Brenda Adams Lena Ad cock Gary Ad cock Faye Anderson Edd i e Bain Johnny Bost Lawrence Ferrell Dianna Fields Charlene Flanders Jerry Foster Lindo Greene Joe Grissom Charles Hollum Carroll Hendrixson Tommy Hildreth Janie Johnson Burton Jones Marilyn Mogness Sal ly McClaran Gary Newby Gary Pedigo Anita Pennington Johnny Ro I ler Sandra Sneed Bi l ly Sutton E I ladean Tittsworth Larry Turner Patsy Watson Ben ita Young 27 Eighth Grade Seventh Grade b ff V. , ,z'zg2w'Y-. , ,i NH, , W, Sixth NGrade Fifth Grade - - - -ffzfff .E"' Fourth Grade Third Grade ge-p.--,- Second Grade ,rr wg- Q I ,Lnrv ' un ..-.1- . h..LzQg5, , ff-M -g, 'inf' H - ' -- 1 -- Y - if V - Q ima em, FLT, I. fijkru, ieim FF eer 3 'H 32 First Grade Honor To Whom Honor ls Due an excellent record at Dibrell. SALUTATORIAN--Virginia Kathleen Foster Throughout her years in high school, Kathleen has main- tained the average of 94.80. Because the race was so close, Kathleen worked endlessly to reach her goal. Not only was she an excellent student, but she also partici- pated in many school activities and was editor of The Wildcat. Kathleen, as patient as Job, has establEEd a record which will encourage forward looking students to follow the pattern she has set. HISTORIAN--Paul Linard Hildreth to win. VALEDICTORIAN--Sarah Lynne Hale Ramsey Sarah, who received the top honor in her class, maintained an average of 95.72. Her race was not as easy as people think. She carried a load of which Included being a member and officer of different clubs and organizations She proved that she was a very energetic worker and ac complished many achievements and awards She has left At the close of the four year battle, Paul received as his reward an average of 94.34. The rank called for fighting and this is iust what he did. He worked hard as this was no easy battle, in the battle Paul found some fun. He participated in school activities and will long be remembered as a great athlete. Now as the battle has come to a close, Paul leaves a great lesson for others to learn--lt's worth every inch of the battle If you fight V Fall Festival King And Queen PAUL RIGSBY WANDA RAMSEY Miss Dibrell High and Bachelor of Llgliness MARY ANN PARKER LARRY COPE fd: " " ,- ,-5 Best All Around: "Honor lies in honest toil." SARAH LYNN RAMSEY AND JOHN ANDERSON 36 Most Courteous: "lt costs nothing to be polit but it often pclys good dividends. " DEANE FUSON AND BILLY JO FLANDERS Neotest: "Cleanliness is next to Godliness. " BRENDA DUKE AND PAUL HILDRETH Most Cogenicl: "They touch nothing but odd a charm. " , MARY ANN PARKER AND CLARK KEATHLEY ' gt, 'll ,, , 1: . f lf: L -,.,,1:'F , H., ,- Q, . Most Versatile: "No sooner said than done so acts your man ofworTl1." CAROL GREENE AND JOHN ANDERSON 'V .J l"' g, PIE r is ' f 5' t llt'.4"' E ,?""?Jg,ailgltwt' ptr' 5 I' f ,, wli lt r -4 S Twf.i,,,i ! "ali iii Z Most Athletic: "lt matters not who won or lost, but how you played the game. " CURLENE COPE PRESTON AND LARRY COPE , -- afirzrf 1- ttts Eiff' i V---Wm -e A. , , .. . 1 , - . -W 1-, 'Si' s "i-'E 1 'f',2 ' r rg Y M, i ' 3. "fr ffgd 'I .-7f::5:N - ao C. . "1 ' : " lf ' ' ' Azz: H5Zlsiv1s51l531's v " : -,1 .w .. 1, v ,A vxaff :,.w3::::: ' sxmssifssgssfff- ,, WG! lg,,lV7g'l,,.4:' .ny '2 V Wiiiltii N' ll '."- ' "?,'.Ka?iEi5? i . ww' , vt-jf jf, - 1 5 A ':"'.f1 :: " 'f-172 gy' 1 V M 1 :aggtn .- V r V Friendliest: "He who is a friend will always have friends. " CAROL GREENE CLARK KEATHLEY L is fy gm-A -N 7 4 kg? 5 n , ' M V.:, ' '11 fvf, fx, '- V EV:-3 EE.. ILE: f , ,Z if-A M-, i. :Q fiifz ,-,W ,rf--f -f 21- - 25:5 1 :Q-: x Senior Sweetheorfs LEARON MULLICAN LEARD MULLICAN ,,. , Y 1 E , .QL V ,4,l wi 1: ' x if W, S2543 gap, 1 III .,v 5:55. I I , 31 x ,ai 3' '- W if Freshman Sweethearts BURTON JONES LENA ADCOCK Sophomore Sweethearts YALTA GAY KENNETH LEE Seventh Grade Sweethearts WANDA GREENE RICKY HILLIS Eighth Grade Sweethearts LINDA GLENN VERNICE DUNLAP Q." N. E , rr. E 1 The H.T.C. Club The F.F.A. Club The Beta Club The Pacing Cat Staff The Booster Club The Music Club The Senior 4-H Club 4 .5 31, Azz"- 5?,,iegvms21Qs21z" ,w H Q , M . w , 1 1 ffgwfssmslfwise' " - 553-'Q M ' A 4 Iixziz :w:Q1w,, N, ,V u ,. The Junior 4-H Club The Boy Scouts The Helpers' Club 1 BRENDA PARKHURST, MARY ANN PARKER l-ENA ALLISON DEANE FUSON Captain Co-Captain Dibrell High heerleaders High School Basketball Team FRONT ROW: BACK ROW: Left to Right, Mary C. Knowles - Sophomore, Yalta Gay - Sophomore, Peggy Haley - Senior, Wanda Ramsey - Junior, Barbara Wilson - Junior, Elladean Tittsworth - Freshman, Betty West - Senior, Sandra Sneed - R - Freshman. ' Coach - Mr. Joe Stewart, Janie Moore - Senior, Billie C. Christain - Senior, Brenda Hendrix - Sophomore, Curlene Cope - Senior, Charlene Flanders - Freshman, Statistician - Phyllis Hale, Managers - Anita Pennington, and Carole Greene. ll 7:51 , I . f'f5A?l'Hr A 1 CURLENE COPE PEGGY HALEY BILLIE C. CHRISTIAN JANIE MOORE Senior - Guard Senior - Forward Senior - Forward Senior - Forward if 1 I kia YALTA GAY BRENDA HENDRIX BARBARA WILSON MARY C. KNOWLES Sophomore - Forward Sophomore - Forward Junior - Guard Sophomore - Guard irei3rorireorio oQ ie s igh 122 -Y-w im -, Y ELLADEAN TITTSWORTH BETTY WEST CHARLENE FLANDERS WANDA RAMSEY FTBSIWGF1 ' FOl'WCIl'd Senior - Guard Freshman - Guard Junior - Forward The Wildcats As the tall weather rolled around the girls and boys of the Wildcat squads were busy learning the funda- mentals of basketball because most of our experienced team members had graduated the year before. We opened our season by playing Liberty. The girls took a rousing victory, but the boys met defeat. This year's teams were rather lucky in the iniury department, coming through with only a few minor iniu- ries. Our greatest handicap was inexperience, and it cropped out many times during the season. We played many games in which we lost by only a point or two. lf we had had experience, it might have been a different score. The girls' season record was 4 wins and l6 losses. The boys did better coming through with a record of 9 wins and ll losses. At the Sixteenth District Tournament our boys went down in their opening game to powerful Grundy County, winners of the Tournament. The girls did a bit better when they pulled the upset of the Tournament by defeating third seeded Morrison. By winning this game they went into the semi-finals against the Manchester Red Raiderettes, who defeated us by a large margin, thus ending our basketball season. We are sure that the teams will agree with us when we say that we have the best coach in the County. We would also like to extend our congratulations to the Cheerleaders on a iob well-done. Our high scorers for the year were: Boys: Paul Hildreth, 245 points and Larry Cope with 229. Girlsg Yalta Gay 255 points and Brenda Hendrix with l4O. We placed two girls on the All Tournament Team, they were Curlene Preston and Yalta Gay. Best wishes to all the future Wildcats. By Janie Moore And Glenn Gill High School Basketball Team FRONT ROW: Billy Suffon-Freshman, Felix Mullican-Junior, Charles Hallam-Freshman, Gary Adcock-Freshman, Joe Grissom Freshman. SECOND ROW: Coach-Joe Stewart, Larry Gribble-Manager, Morris Aclcock-Senior, Bill Flanders-Senior, Larry Cope-Senior, Clarkie Kealhley-Senior, Paul Hildreth-Senior, Leard Mullican-Senior, Robert Turner-Manager, Glenn Gill- Manager. MORRIS ADCOCK BILL FLANDERS CLARKIE KEATHLEY PAUL HILDRETH S6r1iOr Forward Senior Guard Senior Forward Senior Guard LARRY COPE Senior Center LEARD MULLICAN Senior Guard i 4 FELIX MULLICAN GARY ADCOCK JOE GRISSOM CHARLES HALLUM Junior Center Freshman Forward Freshman Guard FI'SSi'1m0I1 GUUl'd I Z 1 4 x ' 44 xxx b fg X ik X- X' X ' xx!! ff R4 1 f ' x it 9' Xtkifixkxkxf 'N I x 1 AY s ' 4 1- x xl " X -L X J, ,.,:,: ,w,, ,, ,, , uk I X :X ,Y +++ W +++ +++ gs, 51 XB? ,. fi, ,E we ,E 4 4 x-' X 4' 'Y i fr' if X X ,, if 'Lk +4 A b . X M- 1 - + 4 uki ' X X ,1 X' xi X ' +1 fix' I Kirw- xf + 4' X1 vi tix Fx xx Dk 'F 'Y GIRLS Season's Record They -22 Alumni 25 Liberty 37 Spencer 47 Sparta 30 City 4I Centrol 65 Smyrna 32 Irving College 43 Morrison 37 Spencer COUNTY TOURNAMENT They We T fMorrisonJ Ilrving College, -39 fCityD 37 Smithville 40 Woodbury 32 Woodbury 38 Liberty 25 Irving College '33 Centertown 29 Morrison I4 Smithville 34 Centrol 26 Centertown 41 City DISTRICT TOURNAMENT I9 fCentertownI IGrundy Co.J I7 Morrison 4I Manchester BOYS They T 49 5I 34 48 44 44 43 26 68 M 32 83 50 32 42 52 41 41 35 47 46 56 48 59 Grammar School Cheerleaders Qi - - . , J , .. ,, 1 , V . 4 . Q .. , A I 15.4. , -geese , ,, , ee Z - ,,1.fwf ,W - L , N V V 1,,.,S.,.,. wing.: eh - , - Yu. -, at e-V -- V- From Left to Right, Jeanette Stanton, Barbara Howell, Linda Merriman, Betty Mullican, Brenda Young. School Personnel xl 'l .. Y ,W W' M ill --il, , H Cafeteria Helpers Bus Drivers Custodians V I W f' gf .Ear 1 , V . , ,ms W ,ww . x,xsx,xsz: Q. . gs 7 IL 193 ,f ,Ls . my MFRN 1212155 N ,. mggiim ,. W 1 ,H WN? . m 1 ,MQ ,mf Y ,, M. Lwmw E Q My 1, , , 1:-11:-1253 Qgsgxgg, 4-2 , . 'wgzgw .fffffisvz , - 2 ,mix . 'P . wrwgrr. , ,, 13552932 1 ,uw 7, x,, . . X MW '? 111.zlg,sfN 3' vi' ff T? 5 H, ,W Limfm 4 ' 1353 .. ,f T' , f ' 'f iF N ,W'3. ,.., ' 41 Xfijp ,gg ,,ii'iig1 5.5, , X 3 fgiffxg 4-1+-V. 1 1,gQy,,,g,,.J,L Y ik- ,m?a 1 gQgg' uF'SR .t 1 , +7225 Q .N , Q E ' ,,.L N " ?'f'w" ,, W Wm, ,1,i,,,:M , ,v 4, .vii - ' gli ' J' H . QQ l5m'f ff :Urs 5,5 -- 22535: we ZF Rah! Roh! Rah! Spic n' Span Show Them How If s Done "Mr. Fixit" Y, Wi: cms f ww my WA. , , -Q4 - These Ads! Men At Work Chewing The For , , , gig. ,H ,. w wx . ,,,,,:: Good Job Page No. . "Merry Christmas! " Working! Beautiful Scenery "Popcicles For Sole!" Cheerleaders Can't Decide On What Cheer To Give. Captains Give Some Pointers On Basketball. O "Team Work" v ,. , , 7 ' l ...Q- t ,w .. ...W . r Captains Planning "Dibrell School '17 H It's Not That Funny "Don't Bother Me Girls, I Go Steady" "Get That Balll 1 We Ccm'f Lef The Weather Sfop Usl Everything In lfs Place. AIFUOSY Hflmel ---"4 LTI K' + 1 U- I J -W - , ' .- .- "' "' i. : W .., - , - . L X ir . The Day They Invented Kool-Ade 'J im 35 , Dating Days ' ' - T l'm Nor Ready. Students Are Worrying About A Tesf Just Before The Zero Hour. Siesta After Lunch Show Them How If's Done Compliments Of Guthrie Nursery Compliments Of A Friend '?J7-f-fa? X. 1' X Route 4 ri -I McMinnville, Tennessee Smithville, Tennessee GRACE'S FLOWERS WESTERN TIRE AUTC STORE Soy lt With Grc1ce's Flowers Kelly Tires McMinnville, Tennessee McMinnville, Tennessee Security Federal Compliments Of 4-tk Interest On Savings ' McMinnville, Tennessee A i l c T lv BUILD BY , ' 1 . A , Smithville, Tennessee s -- 5 l ... WESTWOOD MARKET Quality Products Courteous Service McMinnville, Tennessee CITY CAFE Prompt Service McMinnville, Tennessee Hillis Hardware Brown's Cash Market COmP'fmenfS we 'QQ Of - iellellilllldl W 'ff b s-'lY:. I ,Tam exe!! r Smithville, Tennessee McMinnville, Tennessee Texaco Compliments Of H. D. Hibdon Texaco And B.F. Goodrich Producfs McMinnville, Tennessee Besr Wishes To The Senior Class Ck6Z McMinnville, Tennessee Red Rose Dairies Quality Dairy Products Best lce Cream ln Middle, Tennessee Murfreesboro, Tennessee Smithville Funeral Home Funeral Home Air Conditioned Everyone's Burial Insurance Honored 24 Hour Ambulance Service Owners: Allen Hooper And Calvin Loring Phone LY-5-5275 Smifhville, Tennessee Compliments First National Bank fel' aanninn 5s4ZqiiEPlgCDBLElilS mil vi e, ennessee Compliments Of HARRISON PUCKETT e X dr W ' Q .. if ' J Bank Accounts C,,,,,,,,,me,,,S aw Compliments Of Of ' LENTZ CEE BEE Interest FOOD STORE 5 goiirst National Bank T V The Friendly Service Bonk McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Of Compliments Of Smotherman-Womack Mclvlinnvi l le, Tennessee BORROUGHS-ROSS-COVILLE McMinnville, Tennessee 1 MAY-WOOD SHOE STORE Compliments OF 335: McMinnville, Tennessee SHOES A Friend Compliments Of Puckett's Dept. Store Smithville, Tennessee BRADFORD GRO. Smithville, Tennessee Hollingworth Gulf Service The Best ln Service . 1- F T Q - "'fJ of 1' '1 , HQTU ' Smithville, Tennessee Comp l i ments the universal language OF 3 - I . . -4 ' , Smithville F, ,f i Flower Shop L, Smithville, Tennessee Othel Smith's Furniture Store 4? "' QQ., -kv X. Smithville, Tennessee Smithville Electric Shop Smithville, Tennessee DEWS LUMBER CO. Contractors And Building Motericls Phone 25ll McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Of HENDRIXSON 'S GROCERY Smithville, Tennessee Compliments Ot A Friend Smithville, Tennessee Avalon Dairies Pcisteurized Grade A Dairy Products Avcrlon Milk ls Good Milk Phone 23l-4 McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Of ELVIN L. SPANGLER "County Court Clerk" McMinnville, Tennessee MABE SERVICE STATION Smithville, Tennessee Compliments Of ' Compliments Of Harold laws "General Contractors" McMinnville, Tennessee ,.r5f"' 1, I tk ' r ' igflllilg-TL gh .gdf L-e I v Middle p A, ssee Bottling Company, Inc. McMinnville, Tennessee T I Reliable Furniture Store . Comphmenw KWMVF Of ii:3:?3'ff, l .r'IlH ff. 'fi5i'1i I " --You can Rely On use Walker Funeral Home 30 YearsExpeHence Morford Street Phone 2563 24 Hour McMinnville, Tennessee Ambulance Service ' Air Condirionecl lmnerlal Company Fdgidahe Apphonces FUVNHUFG Smithville, Tennessee Elecfric Plumbing Ancl Hearing Phone- EY-5-432i Phone 2433 Don Blankenship And George Greene McMinnville, Tennessee 7 Rubys Flower Shop 0 ' A- "M Cnty Drug Store SAY 'T WITH Q ?0'll!0U' fx., r'e.7?' Corner Spring And Main , Ulu.- 5 M Phone LY-5-3l9l SnnfhvHle, Tennessee AAcAAinnville, Tennessee Tom Bragg Insurance Bonds Perscripfion Headquarters And Spdng Sheer Phone 2637 Friendly Services AAchAinnviHe , Tenn 65566 73 Baugh and Son Q Smithville's Leading Dry Goods 5' vi V: S Dry Goods - Clothing - Shoes 5 4 N., I Ready-To-Wear - Millinery AX Smithville, Tennessee DeKalb County Hardware Co. ll4 W. Main Street Homelite Chain Sows And Services Smithville, Tennessee Compliments Of H. L. ESTES SHOE STORE Smithville, Tennessee Compliments OF Smithville Review Compliments Ot FERRELL GROCERY Smithville, Tennessee Compliments Of CHARLES F. JOH NSON Estes Furniture Company v., "The Friendly Store" MAGALENEIS SWEET SHOP Owner: Albert Estes L.--Q.. "A Friendly Place To Eat" 'if ' Phone LY-5-9585 Smithville Tennessee - - I Smithville, Tennessee Ng- 1 1' 'Y F. Z. Webb 81 Son The Rexoll Store Prescription Druggist Public Service Since l88l Smithville, Tennessee Smithville Builders' Supply "A Builder's Friend" Phone LY-5-5973 Smithville, Tennessee ,Ti Compliments Ot LOWERY'S MILL McMinnville, Tennessee Crouch Drug Store Wa Igreen Agency 'Prescription Headquarters" Kodak Camera Supplies Cosmetics ' "Visit Our Fountain Too" McMinnville, Tennessee Haley Nursery Company Fruit Trees Shade Trees 5 'Aff Ornamental Shrubs I X XT Smithville, Tennessee . ..l.l..1l WlLSON'S 66 SERVICE STATION Phone MOS-75Il New Town, Nashville Road Compliments Ot IRWIN'S SERVICE STATION Reynolds-Price Pharmacy Keltonburg Grocery 81 Hardware Owners: Mr. 8. Mrs. Eligah Rigsby Keltonburg, Tennessee ,I i- Prescriptions Our Specialty IEE mar.. I.. 24 Hour Service -l 4 A I Phone LY-5-298i SAM'S SUPER SERVICE Smithville, Tennessee Gulf Oil Products ' Phone 266i Compliments Ot Ideal Nursery 81 Orchard Co. ff I , X s Helen s 'N O : I W' House of Beauty Q K Underwood, Webb, Pinegar II4 Sparta Street Q Smithville, Tennessee McMinnville, Tennessee McMinnville Concrete Block Co. Concrete Building Blocks Ready Mix Concrete Phone 2139 McMinnville, Tennessee Estes Super Market .Q , - . Vjlfii. Smithville, Tennessee FABRIC CENTER ll7 Market Street Smithville, Tennessee SERV-ALL Compliments Ot Dorothy Grissom McMinnville, Tennessee - I Compliments Compgrgrents ll Ot , , . , McMinnville Flower Shop Mitch Powells Men's Store ' aa". llll li Ladies' Ccrsucxls A McMinnville, Tennessee McMinnville, Tennessee 1 T l.OCKE'S 5-lO BRASWELL SHELL STATION Smithville, Tennessee Smithville, Tennessee Compliments are , I i Z' inlni A Cantrells Shoe Shop M ' S+. . Gm the most rn DRY CLEANING A McMinnville, Tennessee M1 ,q,,4: , Phone 2586 --'l--- -I H E L. Compl i menls OF Eldridge Youngblood Warren Counly Judge McMinnville, Tennessee Molloy's laundry 84 Dry Cleaning Co. Your Sanilone Cleaner 3, ,fku ' QNX xxxbsgk R1 gxyvlix McMinnville, Tennessee EDD POSS Barber Shop Smil'hviIIe, Tennessee EVERETT'S 5, lO, Sl .OO STORE McMinnville, Tennessee PAUL HOLDER 8. A. K. PARSLEY Real Esrare Smith Arcade Phone 8243 McMinnville, Tennessee Complimenls Of JENKINS Sr DARWINS McMinnville, Tennessee Compl imenls Of J. TOY HAYES Smithville, Tennessee FARM BUREAU INSURANCE SERVICE Smithville, Tennessee ROBINSON 8. SON'S Sinclair Products SmilhviIIe, Tennessee SPRING ST. BARBER SHOP "Where Friends Meer" McMinnville, Tennessee Complimenls Of MY STORE McMinnville, Tennessee Compl imenrs Of VERNON PASSONS "County Tax Assessor" BRATTEN'S Sluclio ---- Jewelry Smifhvil Ie, Tennessee Complimenls Of GRIFFITH Sr WARREN Mld'50ulh Warren Cu. Furniture Funeral Supply Q. Warren County's Most Complete Furniture Store Phone lO9 McMinnville, Tennessee McMinnville, Tennessee Phone 8345 Center Hill Outboard Service Henegar Motor Co" Inc' .. J .4-.'l N jtghu-rgvkolny' Lg:-.ll E Johnson Sea-Horse , E tM ' Sales--Service GS Gm - 2 Sporting Goods Phone l 17 M M' 'll McCullough Chain Saws C mnvl e' Tennessee . mid n Park Sport Shop f- XFN ' ff X Spalding Athletic Equipment Smithville, Tennessee Phone LY-5-2841 McMinnville, Tennessee Sunrise Grill Smithville's Largest Most Modern Private Dining Room For Reservations Q03 Curb Service Y, ffl 6 lb I I . . J ' 1 x 'VST " x.y . - V X . LY 5-9815 2-X Smithville, Tennessee SMITHVILLE DRESS SHOP DeKalb County's Leading Laclies' Store Smithville, Tennessee ,Clinton Gribble's Grocery TE General Merchandise Gas Oil Fine Groceries Green Hill, Tennessee Phone WE-4-2295 Compliments Of Caney Fork Electric McMinnville, Tennessee Economy Food Market Groceries--Fresh Meats Gas LY-5-3285 Smithville, Tennessee Compliments Of Murphy Nursery Company L. M. Murphy--Owner Smithville, Tennessee PUCKETT MOTORS -- F RP tfenf The Ford Corner 'Teil McMinnville, Tennessee T Home Oil Company Your Pure Oil Distributor f! Memrnnvalle, Tennessee T f Phone 2-'lol il if-:l HARVEY 'S SUPERETTE Phone 2673 McMinnville, Tennessee Dickey's Flowers Soy It gT, With ' :ram 2 RTV . "i Diclcey's Flowers McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Of High Funeral Home McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Of fit Y 7 on McMinnville, Tennessee cn Bank a Trust ca. 10" V Compliments Of Warren Aluminum Mfg. Co., lnc. lO8-l l0 Spcrrtcn Street Telephone 2675 McMinnville, Tennessee Radio Station WB NIC The lnformotion Center Radio 960 Hometown Radio With High School Report And On-The-Spot News McMinnville, Tennessee CO,,,,,.l,,,e,,fS Qf Midway Restaurant R edefs ocery 8 Bait Shop S f ' ,QY3 rr -Jw' Gus For Less 'K h f-7,3 Dibrell, Tennessee l fl' Dibrell, Tennessee Phone WE-4-2495 Couch Grocery X General Merchandise sl-QV 1 W Gels W, Oil I McMinnville, Tenness Compliments Of Vandergriffs Welding Shop Old Smithville.Highwciy McMinnville, Tennesse Compliments Of Hutchin's Auto Sales Compliments Of love and Cantrell Funeral Home -S' Odu lllllmpw-X .C Used Cm We Phone 2300 '1?'lQQ4 "' MCMlI'lI'lVlll6, Tennesse McMinnville, Tennesse Ernest's Roadside Market Fresh Fruits Smartt Memorial Gardens, Inc. 2l3 N. Chancery St. Ancl V99elObl6S McMinnville, Tennesse McMinnville, Tennesse Dairy Queen With That Country Fresh Flavors ' 'RV :mall I eff' McMinnviIIe, Tennessee 7 CANEY FORK SERVICE STATION Phone 9670 Beersheba Road MITCHELL'S FOOD MARKET Beersheba Highway McMinnviIIe, Tennessee Compiiments Of TALLMAN BOYD "Road Superintendent" Compliments OF W. E. SMITH Warren County Auditor Compi iments A Friend Smithviiie, Tennessee O. I'I. PERRY NURSERY Phone 2612 McMinnviIIe, Tennessee Box 545 Compliments Of FARMERS' SUPPLY COMPANY McMinnviIIe, Tennessee MCMINNVILLE ICE AND COAL COMPANY "Only The Best Ot CoaI" Beersheba Street McMinnviIIe, Tennessee Compliments OF BRAGG MOTOR AND IMPLEMENT McMinnviIIe, Tennessee Compliments Ot . .HQME flll Ill I 1 SII 7 'Q Haley S McMinnviIIe, Tennessee Compliments Ot MRS. ORA HILLIS Circuit Court Clerk Be Insured AII Ways Always -By- T. F. BURROUGHS McMinnviIIe, Tennessee Dairy Queen Compliments Ot "T f Home OfCO"eW'f" The Whitlock Service Station Curl On Top" Smithville, Tennessee Smithville, Tennessee Complihaents Ot King's Department Store Complete Department Store For Whole Family "High ln Quality And Low ln Prices" McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Of Hillcrest Cafe and Courts Modern Facilities 31 Private Dining Room Food Cooked Especially For You Catfish -- Hush Puppies One Mile East Of Centerhill Lake Smithville 8. Sparta Highway Mr. 84 Mrs. J. White MABE TEXACO SERVICE Highway 26 Smithville, Tennessee Magness Drugs School Supplies--Gifts Keith lumber Company Dealers ln Logs And 44:-X-'IRD ' Save On K, l X Prescriptions Standing Timber The-Q Top Value stamps LY-5-5991 McMinnville, Tennessee Smithville, Tennessee "r Compliments Of Jack's Food Center Owners: Jock And Helen Smithson Smithville, Tennessee lively-Ferguson Drug Store Lcrrge Enough To Supply Your Drug Needs Small Enough To Appreciate Your Business McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Ot C. E. HASTONS Compliments Ot A FRIEND Compliments Of A FRIEND Al l Compliments Of JAMES W. D EMPSTER Best Wishes From Spartan Manufacturing Co. Smithville, Tennessee Compliments Compliments Of Of EMNS Hardware Turner's Chevrolet Company McMinnville, Tennessee Smithville, Tennessee , o Hobbs Tire Shop a , 0 I Charlres Drive Inn 'V' fl. 'Xiu rn: swag! Recapping - Vulcanizing ,' ' Where The Best Q-' M1 1 Beersheba Street j T ' Tastes Better 1 , 4 -I McMinnville, Tennessee McMinnville, Tennessee McMinnville Auto Parts Co. Automobile Parts, Tires Accessories, Batteries McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments an l Sparta Road McMinnville, Tennessee sl Of P . Fat's Drive Inn 1 ,f R. l. Turner Garage 84 Body Work General Repair Service 24 Hour Wrecker Service Phone 2392 Or 7388 406 Sparta Street Paul W. Gant Mobil Oil Products Phone 221 T McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Of Brady 84 Cooper Motor Co. ,ivzrnuimi McMinnville , Tennessee Gilley Motors New And Used Cars Phone LY-5-4437 Smithville, Tennessee Compliments Of PACK'S TRUE-TO-NAME NURSERY McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Of l'lARMON'S GARAGE McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Of NORTHSIDE ESSO SERVICE STATION McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Ot A FRIEND Clara's Restaurant Phone 237i -McMinnville Wx 6 11,5 ll rf VEIW Phone 971 1-s arte 10 E sf-E1 P anvv T' fl. ' 5 in 'l "' n fs Rhea-Haley Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury-Comet Phone 2240 Jfyffafeffg mununr 303 lf2 Eost Main Street McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Of McMinnville Garment Company Smith Brothers' Nursery Wholesale Growers Ot Ornomentols-Shades-Vines Elmon Smith, Owner Rt. l, Rock lslond, Tennessee Kirby's Shell Station Tires, Batteries, And Accessories Rood Service Smithville, Tennessee Phone LY5-9995 2 I Vaughn's Supply Company Feeds, Seed, And Fertilizer HN DEERE John Deere Equipment All Kinds Building Moteriol EQUIPMENT 50 -I Smithville, Tennessee Smithville Auto Supply Co. Wholesale Auto Ports Owner: "Si" Cantrell Phone LY-5-4295 Smiflwllle, Tennessee Compliments OF ERWlN'S Pure Oil Slolion Smithville, Tennessee Complimenfs Of LOCKE'S VARIETY STORE McMinnville, Tennessee Compliments Of SOUTHERN STANDARD McMinnville, Tennessee OUR BOOSTERS ESTIE GRlFFIN'S STORE DALE'S GROCERY FRANK CHASTAIN A FRIEND A FRIEND HARGROVE OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY Autographs t as I 1 N5 'iff' ' .R f- ,-. 4: ' ' ' A , ,V -f-211-f' ,f , fi' if f ' Q f' ' 17 f 5 yf- -V',.. Q '5 -v J" i ff '72 f' Xa!! 1 '57--C-. X ' C-'41 ' ff F 1 4 if -f 4 .. f 'ff f- f f- 'ff , - YM, f ,,, f ,, f V -. , , if "l:"222P ,ffii "fr,-Q,fll'1F? , 5'--R..- - - S1f', f f""Z'fy76fi2f -f Surf' .V - - 2111 -- I ' t ff Q, W ,f-"f gaig.--45' 7' f CTfJj":i'.?.,'7l.'I-P, 1 L- -: -ij' M, ,LL , A : ta ' if . A : ffl' f ' N, A ff' --ff".":.- L ., L -..S-1 Y " i f - 1 Yr-'Y . A T x r NT X V "' -fl.. 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