Dyersburg High School - Trojan Yearbook (Dyersburg, TN)

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N w fwufifffbeedui .Q,,.MeJ ' New ,uf-e,1.a, ,QMQLUJI 'Z Jjpbs- wwhe We J ocim Sm MLJQMQ Ja?xgmw?i, m w, High School awlcs - I' mentals or Dyersburg, Tennessee ' Volume IX iving- Furula f l knowledge and .sportsmansh I ,,,, fiQ:A.1. zuttttxzggnu 4 " uisll. i11Il::f Aifziiti xxx WM? .gxgtli 1' ' liq.. 4 21 I I ,M--"" V .,'- . -,,' .,..,,,, SR Dyersburg H igh, our Alma Mater, Weill remember thee . . . j Q , x i K , ,-,f.. t L wry V t tt WWW MISS CHASTINE KIRBY For your dvfiivaitioil to the i,C2lCiliItg profession. for yout' mlvvotion to your students, and your diligence in promoting the study of forvign ilillglllilgftti in Dyersiulrg High Svhool, we lovingly :md gratefillty dedicate this, our 1960 Trojan. to you, Miss Kirlny. X X X A., ., K - xxx N-. X R 0 x X X N A X xx Silvia ,.., W.. do kt,. ,mn -A 'i i i 7'QPi .N Q wa .. ff- l f iwm N .f N Rx sv Q M K 4 ,H an Q, - I E A if iv , ve- W :,' ,X f -an Qv,p"". 'ff' A jf, .' W L+ ' K- i ,, A 5 N A ,VKX W 'ii ws., 4:5 JE , " J.. 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The awed Freshman satisfied Sophomore, the working Junior, and the mi I v lred the ghty Senior, leader and follower alike, are all working together to form the sulmstanve of life in DHS. that intangible ment . . . ele- tuclent Council STANDING: Carolyn Jones, Senior, Danna Cooper, Sophomore, Velma Cook, Junior, Susan Reaves, Sophomore, Joan Mills, Senior, Darrell Butler, Senior, Teresa Harris, Senior, John Cuttery, Junior, Donna Forcum, Sophomore: Betty Lowery. Seniorg Linda Baker, Senior, Kaye Ross, Junior. SEATED: Betty Moore, Junior, Susan Locklear, Jun- iorg Denny Peters, Sophomore, Tommy Rice, Senior, Junior Tibbs, Senior, Jimmy Brigham, Junior, David Weech Senior: David Ward, Junior: Janice Flatt, Senior, Susan Jenkins, Junior. I0 llAlilil'll,l, l3U'l'l,lCR JOHN GUTTERY JOAN MILLS TERESA HARRIS Prvsimlent Vice President Secretary RCPOIICI' The Student Council, the governing organization of the student lxody, has led the way in the past few years in rear-liing the ultimate goal of DHS activity, student cooperation and faculty approval. This year our Council has sponsored the sale of school pennants, issued a code of suggestions in lu-Q-ping with Etiquette Week, and presented various chapel and homeroom programs. Composed of class officers and class representatives, the Council works with both faculty and student, thus creating better understanding between the two. Council minds con template the liusi ness at hand. But Bflglllilllllf? Y I 2 4 Hlleadini, iritinl, and 'rithmetic',-ethe three 4'R,s of ed' cation-sare taught by our efficient faculty. A teacher at D is not some vague superior being, but an actual person with real interest in each and every student. Besides giving tests and grading papers, the teacher ' S a is always willing to lend a hand, whether it be i11 decorating for the Prom or helping meet a deadline for a publication. 1. The teacher is not a robot, but a person, a friend, demanding respect and cooperation, yet giving much more than he dt, mands. A DHS student is not just a name or face to a teacher but an individual, with individual problems and ideas. For their aid a11d understanding, and their unselfishness in guiding us we shall remember the spirit i11 our . . . '11-1 MRS. H. H. BOYD B.S., Mississippi Southern College, Commercial. MRS. J. M. BOYD B.A., Hope College, Chemistry, Physics. AQWMQ ,Zope-lL, , . fl 7775 Cz' CHARLES BREWER B.S., M.A., Memphis State University, Civics, Geography, A s s i s t a nt Football Coach, Baseball Coach. CHARLIE CLIFT B.S., Murray State Col- lege, M.A., Memphis State University, Health, His- tory, Driver Training. MRS. RUBY COOLEY B.S., M.A., Memphis State University, Mathematics. THOMAS R. CROSS B.S., Bethel College, Mathematics, Assistant Football Coach. JAMES FLATT B.S., Bethel College, Bi- ology, Mathematics. MRS. JOHN GAULDIN A.B., Baylor University, Latin. JOHN GULLEY B.S., M.S., Memphis State University, F o o t b a ll Coach, Physical Educa- tion, Track. HOWARD GUTHRIE B.S., Bethel College, M.A., Memphis State Univer- sity, Science, Basketball Coach. MRS. GRACE HAGENSIEKER B.S., M.A., Memphis State University, English. MRS. W. E. HUFFSTUTTER A.B., Union University, B.S., Peabody College, M.A., Peabody College, Librarian. MBS. LAWSON HUGHES Attendance Teacher ALBERT HULME A.B., Lambuth College, M.A., Memphis State Uni- versity, History. Au-fwp-4-H 'F' 'fa av-M4IW" MRS. SUE DEAN JOHNSON B.S., Bethel College, Health, Physical Educa- tion. MISS CHASTINE KIRBY A.B., Milligan College, Latin, Spanish. MRS. BILL LANCASTER B.S., Oklahoma State Uni- versityg Home Econom- ics. MISS MARTHA LITTLE B.S., University of Ten- nessee, M.S., Memphis State Teacher's College, Mathematics. MISS POLLY MCDONALD B.S., University of Ten- nessee, Martin Branch, English. MRS. RUTH MCINTOSH B.S., University of Ten- nessee, Home Econ ics SCOTT PARRIST T r a d e s and Ind Schoolg Trades and dustry. ROBIN PIERCE B.S., Bethel Collegeg Om- stry In- Bi- ology, Assistant Basket- ball Coach. MISS .IEWELL POOR B.s., Peabody can Cge, M.S., Memphis State Unl- versity g Mathem Advanced Mathematii. SAM REED ics, B.S., University of Ten- nessee, M.S., Me State Universityg :Agri- culture. his MRS. TOM ROBERTSON M.S., Memphis State Uni- versity, English, French. MRS. JULIA SHAFER A.B., Emory and Henry College, M.A., Duke Uni- versity, English. .IIMMY SORRELL B.A., Union University, English, Speench. MRS. JERRY SMITH B.S., Peabody Collegeg Commercial. C. R. STANFIELD A.B., W e s t e r n State Teacherls College, A.B., Gunnison College, Chorus. MRS. CHESTER TATE B.S., Memphis State Uni- versity, M.A., Memphis State University, Eng- lish. MRS. ELIZABETH THOMPSON A.B., Shorter Collegeg Mathematics. MRS. ROSE TILLMAN A.B., Milligan College, English. ROBERT VAUGHN B.S., Memphis State Uni- versity, M.M., University of Mississippi, Band. MRS. STATES WELBORN B.S., M.A., M e m p his State Universityg Super- vising Teacher. N. O. WHITE Middle Tennessee State College, Manual Train- ing, Mechanical Drawing. BILLY WILLIAMS B.S., Memphis State Uni- versity, Science, Physical Education. Board of Education 1-.Y STANDING, left to right: P. C. Rhea, Charlvs Moore, Fred Childress. SEATFIU, left to right: 0. B. Locklcar, J. M. Cutlery. J. C. Maddox. Caron Brown. Concral Secr0ta1'ies f MRS. JAYNE HAMMOND MRS. JOAN YEARGIN lk 1 Q s , 2 72 x Z .W -hm-,Q XT VS, ,wfffzf X 4. :' kay.-f 'f 653.2 i If if' i, if ff -3 E gif figdif? Q Bw 1 -1 . 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Wliil freshmen arc experiencing the many firsts, seniors must fa the many lasts: the last pep rally, the last football game, last class, the last pa1'ty with the gang, and the last exami tion. Yet there is glory and honor attached to he-ing a senior. has a place of high esteem, and enjoys those pleasures affo to seniors only. lVlemories and honors, however, are not all that confr the senior. He must look toward the future. He must merely think ahout it, hut act on his plans for the com years. At last, the activities that have an air of finality attael to them arrive: the Senior Play, the Junior-Senior Banq and Prom, llaccalaureate, and Commencement. llut for seniors, graduation is not the end, it is the lmeginning of wl ever they wish to make it. The four years are over. The years that seemed endl have come to an end. 'llhesc four years are given a cert unity and are lrrought to a climax hy the Spirit in the . . nd e we the na- lHe rd- ont not ing red uet the lat- ess ain ,"Y Y' 3' N ?3ff ' me xg, 1 aw Q' s i 9 ' v 2 4 Nuf- F -wif? , .ff 'RIC' 'we wf V. XM X ' if f if , . if x af ,Q my I I ll' af xx yr ,V , QQW "'.,...9N a 1" 'ha President Vice President DAVID WEECH DARRELL BUTLER Secretary ANNE SMITH Senior Class 960 fn if P L A I L' 11 .: as, ' Im A ' Q Q X X 1 it A A 2' Q, , 155 X, Q: Q ,ing :sr ,X ,1 -5 X4 X . ix . ASX -X .Q . 3 165 X ? X S wX , X X :Xt X X fgfffsgq X5. f i .5 55? +1-X 'X -fli' xx X Q' SXX XX X i N XL .. X XXSXXA ? .. QQX . : xg x XX- 'XSS XXX X '35 sr J.. N Q .QQ 'F x .5 V Q , if QQ' :M . ,,-.., M wi- .,,..,,., Q ,. . 3 BSR-W A . -ss. f ' in X 53 X x qt! ,gf .v is -S S Ax Sb fx X Wx ,wx M 'XX ff' QQN 55. SX F 0 X M . fs x Na k g wig X2 x w 25 ELAINE COLLINS Majors: Home Economics, Social Science: FHA 1, 2, 4-Q Girls' Glee Club 3, 4-. JAMES COUNTESS Majors: Mathematics, Social Science, Trans- fer, Newbern High School, Newbern, Tennes- see lg Science Club 1, 23 4-H Club 1, 25 La Sociedad de Correspondencia Espanola 3, 45 Future Business Leaders of America 4-3 Hill Echo Staff 4. MARY FRANKLIN CREWS Majors: Business, Mathematics: FHA lg Girls' Glee Club 4. LINDA CRISWELL Major: Mathematics: FHA 1, 2. lf' ROSA LE CROOKS Q Major: Mathematicsgi 1, 2, 3: 4-H Club 1g Girls' Glee Club 4. , , JIMMY DANIELS A Majors: Mathematics, Music,'Scienceg Home- room Vice President lg Band 1, 2, 3, Science Club 2g.Footba.ll 1: Swing Band 23 4-H Club 1: ,Manual Training 13 Future Business Lead- ers of America'4-. .IO ANN DAVIS Major: Mathematics, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4-, Secre- tary 3: Pep Club 1, 3, 4, Science Club 2: Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Historian 4-g Delegate to Volunteer Girls' State 3, Trojan Staff 2, 3, Hill Echo Staff 4: 4--H Club 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Secretary 4. LARRY DAY Major: Mathematics, Manual Training 1, 43 Football 1: Homeroom Vice President 1: 4-H Club 1. I 5, -, JF , .-:. X Q N 5 A . 55 Mmm ?15 , w F . mx S .Q M "' anna mf' L- 1 3 - N . A -. x wi X- - ll. . -. - .H- S ' ..., 3 , K h X kg 2 7 GEORGE FINLEY Majors: Mathematics, Social Science3 Manual Training lg Student Council 33 Homeroom Vice President 2, 3, 4g Track 3, 4-3 Football 3, 4, Varsity 3, 43 Baseball 43 Trades and In- dustry 4. MARY ANN FINCH Majors: Home Economics, Mathematics3 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Photographer 2, Vice President 3, Sub-District Vice President 3g Hill Echo Staff 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Varsity 2, Man- ager 3g Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Science Club 23 Senior Ring Committee3 Cheerleader 43 Na- tional Cheerleaders' Association 43 Future Business Leaders of America 43 Beta Club 3. JANICE FLATT Majors: Business, Science3 FHA 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 33 Hill Echo Staff 3, 43 4-H Club 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Beta Club 4g Student Council 43 Receptionist 43 Future Teachers of America 43 Future Business Lead- ers of America 4. PATSY FLATT Majors: Mathematics, Scienceg FHA l, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 3, 43 Choralaires 3g Re- ceptionist 43 4-H Club 13 Pep Club 1, 23 Homeroom Secretary 1. JERRY FORTN ER Major: Mathematics3 Transfer from Gary, Indianag Manual Training 1, 23 Trades and Industries 4. DOUGLAS FOWLER Major: Mathematics3 Manual Training 1. JOHN FUMBANKS Majors: Mathematics, Science3 Beta Club 2, 3, 4, President 23 Key Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4g Quill and Scroll 3, 43 Trojan Staff 3, 4, Business Manager 43 Student Coun- cil 33 Monitor 3, 43 Prom Committee3 Senior Ring Committee3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 43 Track 3, 4g Junior Rotarian3 Band 1, 2, 33 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3g Homeroom President 2. PHOEBE F UMBANKS Major: Home Economics3 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 33 Pep Club 3, 43 Class Vice Presi- dent3 Homeroom Vice President lg Senior Ring Committeeg Girls' Glee Club 4. WANIJA CARIiIC'I"l' llujnm: lllir-im-ss, 'llallln-iiiulirsg I-'IIA I, 2, 4, Ill fluli I 4lYlN II44 flulil ture Il Sviviu' gi' ,' L--I fg l"u ' usi- ni-ss. I.1'2Hll'l'!- uf Aim'ru':i 4. .IU ANN IIAIIIIISON l'lujnr,x: llllxim-sw, lxlilllll'HlilII1'5, Suviul 1 l"lIA I 2 'I 4' llc-I1 f'luli 2 'I 4' i -,4. - 1 ' s's 1 11--II lflnln l, 2, X, 4, llnnnr Ifluli 2, 3, 4, llill lfrhu Stuff 43 Quill uml Sc-roll 4, Ilomc- rmnn l,l'1'NIll1'lll lg 5c'i4-iivv fllulr I, 2, Ilvcvp- linnisl 43 I"ulur4- 'l'4-uvlii-rs uf Aim-rica 3, 43 I' ulun- Ilu ROI! sine-ss I.:-mlvrs uf Anim-rivu 4. BY ,IUIC GICOIIGIC ,'Wujnr.' Murlif-iiuilivsg Mzuiuul 'l'ruining:, 2, liaise-lmll Ig lfnmlluill I, 2, fl, 4, Varsity I, 2, fl, 4, Ifuplui n 4. l'iII.ICI'1N GOIVF 'llujnrf M2llll4'Ill1llI1'S1 FIIA I, 2, 4, Girls' Mlm- Lluln 4, IN-p flluli 4g Ifulurv Business I.t'lllll'l' s uf Aliivrlru 4. SANDRA GUIILICY Major: Mullin-liizilifmg IVIIA Ig Beta Clulm 2, I4 4-IIllulm2l CII I ' v v I , I, 4, Science fu12g lil! lfrhu Stuff 43 Ilmm-rmmi S1-4-rctairyg Futun- 'lI1'1ll'lll'TSIbl, Aim-rival fl, 4. I a I'I'1'I'I'l GU'I'lIRIli fllrljnrx: IlIJlIlll'IllilIll'S, Sm-iul Scivnvl-g Fun!- lull I g1'I4'lI4'4' fflulr 2, 4, I.u Suvimlurl :lc 4.UITPSIIHIl1l1'IH'lJl I'.spiuiul1i.I,4g I'ulllrv Ie'an'l1A ITN of Arm-run 4. IIUISICIVI' llAIIlil'II,I, llujurx: Ifun-igii li'lllglllIg1K'S, Nlullu-iiiutics, S4'Il'lH'1'Q llmm-mmii I,I'1'5lll1'llI 43 Ifuturc 'II1'Jl1'lll I-. 4 I A ' . - , llll'fll'il 4. JOAN IIAIIRIS llrrfur: lllmiie-sf, IVIIA I, 3, S1-ivrimv Cluli Ig Iltllflllli I 4- lx uc nl I, ' 3 .1 S 'imlaul mlm- llnrrcspo 4- :-nviai fig l'1-p Ifluln fig Ifuturc' iIll'llK'lll'I'S of Alll1'l'I4'll 43 l'uIur1- IIIINIIIUSS I,r-mlm-rs of Alll4'flt'll 4. i.. f wif- .. . x A xl WM, X YZ ,Z Q ififr .::. sm fx . , K .flsgg nf Til' K ' L1-:...:?.':E:':e-55:1 SWS. 55 5 . -wwf ' W -m v! gg 1 hm, z, ' , ' , mf.: ,. Y"' . T fssw .... V..., I, K x Q we ' R 511: .9.:3Rvf- - fu -- -f fx, . m,s1sz 'X'i!5f'fsSi' fi? .ifim lf? ' l5'3VJQ5N:5Wf'1lE9'Sr w as ' Qi Q35 .1 X , X . X5 5 s ? 75 M X 5 X ix X .NR Q X X ...X 55 X 4 Qs ' ii . HX XL, Q :, S g ' Y , 1 :zeal . 4 V Q 'S ' Q 1 gi" Q 'j fx,-f,-fig pf' .5 is . .. wa' ' 1 lx K . f--M - x x X A Q . Q' ' x X x Y ' N HEX . :Qi 5? JANELLE JONES Major: Mathematics, Home Economics5 FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Secretary 2, Honor Club Reporter 25 Homeroom President 1, Vice President 25 Prom Committee5 Hill Echo Staff 2, 45 Science Club 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers of America 3, 4, President 4. JIMMY JONES Majors: Mathematics, Science5 4-H Club l5 Band 1, 2, 35 Swing Band 35 Science Club 2, 35 Hill Echo Staff 3, 4-5 Future Teachers of America5 Future Business Leaders of America. LARRY J ONES Majors: Mathematics, Social Scienceg FFA 15 Football 1, 4, Varsity 45 Track 3, 45 Base- ball 1. MARTHA BOYCE JONES Majors: Mathematics, Social Science5 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Pep Club 3, 45 Hill Echo Staff 45 Homeroom Secretary 1. TED JONES Majors: Mathematics, Social Science5 Hill Echo Staff 45 Science Club 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 35 Football 15 Key Club 3, 45 Homeroom President l, Vice President 2, Vice President 4. HARRY KAPLAN Major: Mathematies5 Football l, 2, Varsity 25 Basketball 15 Baseball 2, 35 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Monitor 35 Trojan Staff5 Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 4. TOMMY KELLEY Majors: Agriculture, Mathematicsg FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Swine Club 1, 25 Beef Cattle Club 3, 45 Livestock Judging Team 35 Base- ball 4. ELLEN KETCHUM Major: Social Science: FHA l, 2, 35 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Science Club 25 La Sociedad de Correspondencia Espanola 3, 45 Future Teach- ers of America. Q K fl-we-Q 191 'UM A X, 1' 1.5. : 2 1 X- x X X. 3, K N-. .Vg -Q ftss x , . i YWT , Q gkuif M .. ., Q N R 6 X be x X xr f -1 dsx., : xx, N N K . Q .wwf f.,-Wu, ,Mg , R . 3 F1 , .gA1.. 6 M 33 LARRY IVICGUIRE Majors: Agriculture, Mathematics, FFA I, 2 v 3, 4, Swine Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dairy Judging Team 3, 4, Skills Team 3, 4, Baseball 4. JOYCE ANN McINTOSH Major: Science, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, Sub-District President 2, Delegate to National Convention 4, Majorette l, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Trojan Staff 4, Future Teachers of America 4. PEGGY L. MQNEILL Major: Mathematics, FHA I, 3, 4, Girls' Clee Club 3, 4, Choralaires 3. 4, Future Busi- ness Leaders of America 4. ALICE ANN MANLEY Major: Business, Mathematics, FHA 1, 4, 4-H Club I, 4, Girls' Clee Club 4, Choralaires 4: Future Business Leaders of America 4. CORDELL MANN Major: Mathematics, Manual Training I, 2, Football 1, Future Business Leaders of Amer- ica 4. KAY MELTON Major: Business, FHA I. JEAN MILLS Major: Science, FHA I, 2, 3, 4, President I, Court of Miss DHS 1, 2, Majorette I, Student Council 2, Science Club 3, 4, Homeroom President 4, Hi!! Echo Staff 4, Cheerleader 4, National Cheerleading Association 4, Pep Club 3, Trojan Staff 3, La Sociedad de Cor- respondencia Espanola 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 4. JOAN MILLS Major: Science, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 1, Cheerleader 4, National Cheerleading As- sociation 4, Science Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Secretary 3, Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 4, La Sociedad de Correspondencia Espanola 3, 4, Trojan Staff 3, 4, Homeroom President 2, Key Club Royalty 3, Future Teachers of America 4. V7.6 IEEE sw.: ,W ,A 4. . kxx Q X E K 5 Af. QQ ww.. .X ww. -M - -2: F- -21.12 1- 1 - bv - X A h"' -, ,N- fix , t fix" ' AQQQ QwwQ g Jw, M rig. X Q,,.i R mf ici' E K: ' -X Sri X W Jr , Rf ff' lbw 52? . I Q I - :XVII - - ' N W 'S N X f fr' . Q ' 5 -,N xx X xx X x K X FX mv W K ' 5. I 'Q N gg 22.5.55 1- . .W . . 2-.115 R X ' ,n f f X , X :' nag.-'fi' ww- Ji. mr. .X ,-2 I , A Q-ei " ' i j - ., .Sl 5 waz.- ifg gq f , 3 I X N- Q X N i ,NN sjf. 513-1555 5. I xx . LJ- 1- - Nm " - A -1 X, xxx N, vw K- X 2 K 3 M XIEQ X A. . N,- ? X X W 31' , nw , ' :ms 2 P ? ffigp 1 , 'GSA z- -- 1 .3 zgeiwgsf V :::' S -K 'GK 1913 Q- .5 S off? "I E: Sli . H' . i::g!:"Z. . !:.- Vbd' :ii ,..- ,Ji 3 6 , L, dvi Q Eg Ei' Qgjf ?i g2i i1l1 X s af X 35. -six .' Q I Q' J' ' 13' if xgfff K .Lf Q. i- K g,' Y, .555 S, gs x X Q we xy X A X x X x x ,A.- .xx Q' f J Nas? L ggkx Q, fb Q?- ,2 BQ , 5 I Q fijigxv My-Q Q 3, f ww -'Si 52. .1 - xqwg - XR K l g . . Us A if fwzxflf iff-1 - Nw- 17 .,.4,1gh-V - vu .X if z.-w?75K'V'iE. LVV, 4 Q -Tv 45' , 'NHS ww, , f - f Ng f. 'ii.?"F?.a 7 zz. NM:fE'w 4 J - . . H W k 'liff-4 W .V . Q ff -Sz -Mlew ' f 5 ,E Y ' A" 5? .y 'IV , ,Q W ,... ,A XX 1 Eff 5 ,f.., -:.,- ,,.., .1b.. ...- 4 fe i A.- ,in an ..y.. -nk. W "RN N, ' Q 'ml X KAW gQgQgxQ.f.5 Q Q--lx? wQaQN5'g f-ff Q X X V-wt -. . X X . -Jw mx X X 39 BOB STANFIELD Major: Music: Homeroom President 1, Foot- ball I: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 3. KAREN SWOFFORD Majors: Business, Mathematics, FHA 1: Beta Club 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 3: Trojan Staff 3, Science Club 4. MARTHA TATE Majors: Foreign Languages, Mathematics: Hill Echo Staff 2, 3, 4, News Editor 3, Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 3, 4: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Science Club 1, 2, La Sociedad de Correspondencia Espanola 3, 4: Pep Club I, 3g Receptionist 3, Captain 3: 4-H Club Ig FHA I, 2, 3, Song- leader Ig Student Council 2, 3, Reporter 3. DAVID TAYLOR Majors: Foreign Language, Mathematics, Science: Beta Club 2, 3, 4: Science Club 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4, President 4, Hill Echo Staff 2, 4, Cartoonistg Trojan Staff 3. JUNIOR TIBBS Majors: Mathematics, Social Science, FFA 1, 4, Beef Cattle Club I, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4: Homeroom President 4. LINDA RUTH TUCKER Majors: Business, Science, FHA I, 4: Recep- tionist 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Trojan Staff 2, 3, Future Business Leaders of America 4. SANDRA TWILLA Major: Social Science, FHA 1, 23 4-H Club I, 2, 3, 4: Honor Club 3, 4, Poultry Judging Team 3, 4: Dairy Club 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Choralaires 3, 4. MARTHA UN DERWOOD Major: Mathematics, FHA I, 2, 3, 43 Home- room Secretary 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 4g Volleyball I, 2: Pep Club 4, Science Club 3, 4, Receptionist 3, 4: La Sociedad de Correspondencia Espanola 3, 4, Secretary 4: Future Teachers of America 4. K. ,MN gm . Myv QM-' Q 11 x .:NE.Q., 35' R -.w,1eg,.- .x Wk?" we ' ' aj, " - Q t A JA x R Q 1 Viv, 1' 'Af f' .' wg! ' E wid f , 5 v QSRXXK- :R k N ' W , ii 1 Q . x. H X 'unisex - .1. T i him , ,Z x X ff ?- . h Xi X MSX- 3 -3 419 5 5. 5 X 6 'tx if M' 1' A w , N, Q QV Q iw 'ww . XX 1 -Q i .E 453 . K' Qb 'K f A . Wmagy A7 wg? , 3556 Q w k- 1 w i . .. .... . ff M i' X f. ,v:. , Q fi 3 , aggqv' in asf ,kv W Q M-Efgwrgk l'HYI.l.IS WYATT Major: Social Science, FHA 1, 3, 4, Par- liunwnturian 3, Basketball 1, 2, Varsity 2, Manager 4, Hill Echo Stuff 2, 3, 4, Adver- tising Manager 4, Pep Club 3, 4, President 3, Treasurer 4, Girls' Clare Club 4, Home- roum Vive l'r1-sid:-nt 3. LINDA WYRICK Major: Home Ecunmnics, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' GI:-e Club 3, Receptionist 4, Pep Club 4, Humc-room Historian 1. CAROLYN REBECCA YARBROUGH Majors: llusinc-ss, Mathematics, FHA 1, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hill Echo Staff l, 2, 4, Volleyball 1, 2, Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers of Ann-ricu 4. PAT BLACKBURN Major: Matlif-matics, FHA 1, 2, 4-H Club 1, Girls' Clue Club 4. JUDY ROBERSON Majors: Business, Home Economics, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 4, Science Club 1, 2, Receptionist 3, 4-H Club 4. DOUGLAS LEE VIAR Major: Music, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 3, 4, Manual Training 1, 2, 4-H Club 1. Seniors Remember . . We struggled through endless classes . . . Junior activities began with the magazine sales in which our class broke all previous records. But found time to excel in athletics. 44 . fl 32 AFS Students, Geoffrey Oswald and Lorenzo Varano, typically European, came to learn our customs . . . lf' heir Junior Year 3 5 si - V j W I n i Worked with us . . . Played with Us U , . And left typically 9' And finally . . wwmmwuwuwml -WAWQAIA me piiwmww uf at 4x4n'r vunupunu uf Iiw fl ....... .V.N..1..,1 fiK.i...,...,4 ..,..i ?!'1.,.,. ul num liluhp, u'4'?iu-K an lille vsie-yung IW: 5.'ll..i.V c-plum... We eagerly decorated for the Prom. . .. Had a "hall", , Swinging to the Downbeats' "Bo And enthusiastically wrecked Didley" . . . an . it Q fairy- 1 d l 45 i Efforts and Rewards i, Darrell Butler and Anne Moore were selected as And proudly displayed their plaque in the library. Best All-Round Junior Boy and Girl . . . - i X Q. tg? rhumrxiv-f DHS was well represented by these students at Volun teer Boys' and Girls' State. James Hulme .lo Ann Davis George Harrison Pam Prince I6 6 w heir enior Year ff 1 5 ss' xy r i At last! We began our final year in DHS with the excitement and importance of being senioxs. NCME Co-captain Ray Guess lId the Trojans as they prepard for the first game of the 1959 season. New Experiences Senior girls displayed their acting ability in an original Homecoming skit Seniors and college repre- sentatives were honored at the Beta reception, climaxing Senior Day. 48 r,,.x Pep rally was thrown into an uproar by the hilarious antics of the boy cheerleaders. restige and Responsibility 'Htmlgzhtful st-ninrs plan for thc future. Responsible for the publication of the Hill Echo were Anne Smith and Martha Tutc. v 1.1 4' . . . And so for thc- Class of '60 1-nds four yvars . . . filh-tl with NIEMORIES. Wilma Hr-lle ri and Car- men Andrade furthered thc' cause of by informing in other cum world peace DHS of life ities. ,K ings. . wmv W . fifmimr .aw-in ,NV M F , :mlm-'HM V k W f - W GLX!! 5. 'wr 'QM . V., .. .v 50 Upperclassmenl Upperclassmenl Upperclassmenl A faint trace of superiority seems to seep from the mingling crowd of juniors. A junior is now ranked among the upperclassmen and can enjoy the first pleasures of seniority. Une stumbling stone faces the just-aliout-there junior. The impact of lessons, the intensity of responsibility often seem to outweigh the a vantages of lieing one step lrelow the senior. d- The junior shoulders the load of the magazine sale, worries over the success of the Junior-Senior Banquet. Yet while e pcriencing these first tastes of superiority and responsiliilit he need not face the serious future as the senior must face Instead he finds ing and prom decorating. X. Y, it. outlets for his enthusiasm in snowball fight- Never let it he said, however, that a junior sinks under the load of responsiliility, for once again the proud realization his position spurs him on, and the energy and enthusias which is Trojan Spirit is truly personified in the Spirit the . . . of m of 25 . j .4 Q, -my '- K: 'T,Qf. . ,, .W W1 59 nz. . . ,Q-,- ,A ' 'L P "sw ' N X " 4 Q rl 'Z if . 'V nf- 1 Y A A. F fs Mix em 1115-f',"'L"," xii. A ff- ,lhwf -, A wr Q l 'ffl W 1 . L' . gd "h' fins: wb' . -1 jf nf-Q 'ffl' N xx Q 1 Ex, 15. X iw.. fi Q fi I' ' M 551 ,Y f Q X H-1 V 5' 5 .. , al , S W W x . . Ay? 24 i I ' A mf . Wi Q W 3: Qu X51 ,qs Q, Lgiyl ,XI I A . ' f ,gf 'L', ' Q iw QE? 1565 A 1' 'rf if ,-- K .5 N A ,jul 1 ' X , 4' y' mm! :Ru a- : Y qi JP T h: ' , . f , J Of. if x w Q' " ' ? i' 2. wwf' Q 6 a 45155 1 - xi K . Wgiil vijik. fffiifff. Q' -Q W -My L-" ff 43' A 1 K ,V if. l,:5l5L f A M. W W , 'dw .- ' M4 ' m f Q9 'M ' ci-9, Q-Xgf. , X X,.. . 'W ' e ,s ,fjg fam wfgaffa , V, iq? gl' I V wif: mm A 3 .. ,, ,iw-mln 5 ., X, - Jaw, L1 lf' mi' f 5 ,, M, ,Z Q iv 52334,--,fb. . 'likggji' K -Ag -J K ga L- refirfaffgsfgfsi f A '11, , 1 -rw.: ,QM ww: A , - 15 wif :A Q 1'-1.-Six x Rita Burks Peggy Butcher Charlette Butler James Butler Larry Butler Richard Cannnire Willialll Campbell Marcie Canada 54 Allen Brewer Aileen Brewer Wanda Brewer Jimmy Brigham Clark Brown Nelda Bryan Paul Bullington Waxlda Burch Alan Burehfiel George Burdin Robert Burdin Mary Ann Burks CllZlI'llLQ Cartvr 'Y l,infla Childress llicvharrl Clanton V ' . gn- Annc Clark , ..,. ulllatllll N juan Clark -.., ,linnny Clark 6' Palsy Clarlc M llavid Clift V r .1 jinnny Cochran ,, 5' llavid CUllQ'll 'M Mary Collins ,4 'an C1-raldinv Coopvr ,H f,., 4 4' X 1' F' 1 4 . Qi .ur ,L C ..r Ck .M hd! 1 H' ar, Ai l I 'R Velma Cook Betty Crenshaw Eddie Crumley Leon Cumn Gerald Cu rl mings ,IS Beverly ll!-IVIS .lean Davis Wilsolm Daw is 55 Xi 2'3" R Bobby Fehringer Sally Felts Bobbie Ferguson Charles Finley Lyda Floyd Jane Fowlkes Judy Fowlkes James Franks 56 Mary Davidson Jackie Dennis Carolyn Derrington lva .lean Dotson Larry Duncan Bill Elliot Burgie Ellis Ted Esch Leatha Essary Gerald Evans Jim Ewell Linda Farrow Q lfurl Culvlc- Jimmy KLIIHIIIPI' Gun- Garland Pzllrivizl Garland V4-rmmivzl Uzlrmrd llzlzvl Garrison ,If-an Garrison: l'z1lric'iu Uaulclin Tvtl Cvnlry je-rry Cilrsun Tillllllly fluff Patty Gulrlvn If qu-up .wx 'A 1 QSM Danny Green Paul Guess Ray Guess John Cutter Geluries Ha Vvayne Han Mac' Hansbl y ll lpton roug Eva Harness h 57 ,WX If iii H? if Iii fn 533 fl Q 5 . WCEX' Q A M ff - . M3 M W - mi. W,.. i., Sa ' ' Qilii, - ' 7'?L'3yggg15ix 113 ' Q + W ' f e Marv N Eeiis it giilff ,, 'T?.34ll.2 :KNAW Hlbijiiii' - QL TQ. Susun l,o1'kl1'ar llunny l,o1'klnon IHIIIIII1' Lust:-r ,lilnnly Lynn lialrlmru Munn Parks Mzllthuws ,IZIIIP M1ll'Sllllll '9' Cf"" Miki' M1'ffl1'luloll an-ug ww fl WOM Ann Malfoy IMI, M1-lfullough I ul N 11 r "" M VN-.7 nv Amr" Bcity Moore Buddy Moore Cl1u1'le's Moore Cleland Moore Louis Moor Brenda Mol 1, gan Churlvs Mo-5 Carolyn M1 nllins Bobby Phillips Kay Phillips Robert Phillips Roger Preslar Susie Prince Jerry Richardson Reed Riley Marvin Roberson Joyce Nash Glenda Neal Bill Newbill Len Orr Jerry Osbome R. C. Owens Ike Palmer Doris Parmenter Becky Peel Linnie Peery Loretta Permenter ,loan Marie Petty f :,, M M il SH 4 V.. sa- B W ,gf ,gg ,5,e-kxwgsgggmi 4: E ' ,, , . i.-X, Ssgssgfffgi Q N W - - 1: iw? 5 Sk 5 X N M. A , ff A - f Q g k5Q:?Xs -: S. ,xx ' M Sf' S155--2 Ill A X51 3 ,f.1,5,. xk,h A Q N W Q . - i f " wfirvf'-S-k'Wii+',X2,f?FLf: :fmii--f k ' - 2 - 1 '- - ff H:awxf:sii1ffH,iQ:f: f gn , X .hm a Jimmy Williamson Elizabeth Wilson Peggy Wilson Winnie Wood Billy Wright Gail Wright Shirley Wright Steve Yarbo 62 Douglas Walk Mike Walker David Ward Linda Warren Terry Warren Larry Watson Wanda Webster Jimmy Wells I oe Wermes Kenneth Westbrook Nancy White Walter Wilkerson wg' QE A 33. ig 4 5, Q 1 NX X , ss 1 :TN 5 W Q:- q..fv'i t - Ju. L 1. w w W .L .g . ., ,- N55 1 -gf X 4 R - 1. sw A 9 1 " Q. 225' 'hs X, . - . t ,A Y .4 :. , wh QQ? 21- w .. V- xv ww f:g?qgMf'- J wi: 2'Sg,sxf L2 3 ' ' XX N, Wham 3' 64 Having completed the first year and having endured the existence of a mere freshman, the sophomore begins his sec- ond year in high school with few qualms. Lessons become harder, but a sophomore becomes more involved in the social life at DHS. For now he is eligible to join in the fun of participation in the many clubs and other school activities. A sophomore falls easily into the scheme of life in the high school and shows few scars from the freshman battle. In this ability to get along with others, coupled with his desire to help and participate, he clearly displays the typical Spirit in the . . . 5 v-W E Ml' President Vice President DENNY PETERS JOHN MADDOX Secretary BETH BOND oplwmore Class Monteen Agee Jerry Allen Sidney Allen Gerald Anderson Nancye Anderson Terry Anderson Howard Apple Paulette Armstrong Billy Baker Larry Baker Patsy Barbee Paulette Bamette eeeet A Carl Barr Jimmy Bevis Ramona Black Beth Bond Darthy Booker Gerald Brandon Barry Brigham Cheryl Brock Jackie Brothers Nelda Brown L. D. Bryan Sonny Buchann O11 . - ixxqzlisv Qfwgw A ie!-L M14 'fg3::15- 1 . K 'fkiiff . Mersey if H" Vfwfilii-.'SkE - i?fk7"'-V' Y -.W if 3 g V Z - effi- XK , .. l ,Xa ,LN wiv ,Q X. N,1.,. 1' 55542 . Wfai Q , .NEW ,, f- , .,:1f,f.,f -- ., ggi' -Q 1 . 1:.4sQz:, .. ., A, Glenda Gullett Thomas Hamer Carolyn Hammond Janet Hancock Tommy Hansbrough Patsy Hardwick Jerry Hardy Theo Harness Roberta Harper Steve Harrison Gary Wayne Hendren Douglas Hickerson Howard Finley Dianne Fisher Donna Forcum Dalton Fowler Jeffrey Fowlkes Roger Ganier James Garrett Mack Garrett Norma Jean Glover Christine Gravw Billie Gravette Brenda Gregson mf""'i Candy McClain Terry McGuire James McFarland Larry Meggs Guy Melton Amanda Miller Paul Miller Ann Moody Patricia Moore Judy Moss Jane Nash Diane Nevill Sandra Kwterson Jimmy Ketchum Bettie Kolwyck Lynda Larkin Anna Sue Ledbetter Donna Ledbetter Barbara Leonard Larry Leonard Eddie Little Gary Little David Luckett John Maddox ,,.,,. X I Qgfg-T25 MAS? ,,.2fw.4gQ 405. W , J ft? 5' ax Sherry St. John Barbara Stover James Sudbury Roberta Summar Dixie Tarrant Terri Taylor Larry Thurmon Sanuny Tickle lane Tubbs Janet Tubbs Ronald Vaughn Faye Viar Tom Roberson Mary Jane Roberts Rommie Roberts Charles Seaton Linda Seratt Pamela Seratt Douglas Shepherd Danita Smith Charles Solomon Carolyn Spence Pam Spence Mary Frances Staffo rd Betty Walk Betty Walker Danny Walker David Washam Mercedes Weaver Nancy Webb Sharon Westmoreland Tammy White Jeanette White Alice Wilkes J. B. Williams Linda Williams Brenda Willis Yvonne Winchester Tommy Wood Cecilia Wright Johnny Zrell Mary Lou Gourley fm 76 of the DHS totem pole, hut still seem to possess a kind tion yell the loudest at football games, the kind that makes hi buy the most subscriptions to the Hill Echo and the Troj "First" might well he the most important word to a Fre man-his first assembly, first detention hall. His life is aglit ter with the firsts that seem to overwhelm him as he ente DHS. As freshmen the Trojan boy or girl feel rather small and insignificantg but DHS would never feel the impact of :its influence were it not for the Spirit in our . . . Freshmen hegin their high school careers at the hottomm of evident school spirit--the energetic kind that makes his se IL ,-'Y 'saw 'ww X K M I X .. e, c if ww an If W- w 2' H, , if 1. an 'S' 1 fx ' Wi V .., YS 4' A 5 WT f, Y'?3-Egfr" 2 :f:1aZQf,r,,2g '4:,g1,g",,,: , :Q :eil . as 5 W ii? wf.?AL-fi? W Ala 6 X k f Y wif-Qs? z ' V . --.. pv...vs .mf an .. ,,Q,4w --Q 'iii . if N W ,EL AEUV ' n157S!'f 5f7 57 45 Q w1i-Lf, , , Wig-qv , A,,. ... , My Vw-wfwggigqkg-75: 7- : Y si: 51 ,??fw2Xi3f'? 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QW 1 , A M113-X Aff . .Q lf51 W X, ., m+Q5AAv'r'i QNYLSQ i x Q X mfg-fn: v i Magi R Mseiffiiiisfzgiii 'gxfgksvf' ,N fem' x fix' K 3 2 X N5 uw x xi L QQLFEQ in ffl-- ,, ,.v, A, H 1 w ,ca Billy Pau: Dwayne Parker Thomas Patterson Betty Pemienter Kay l'ermentei' Betty Pierce Gaye ljritcliett Anne Pritchett Helen Pruitt Marjorie Putman Sally Ragan Row Ray Wir nr--f . 17 B-r Gaylon Reasons Gloria Reburn Kay Redflin Mary Rice Suzanne Rice Marvin Richard Linda Riggs Bill Riley Fred Rinella Patty Roberts Glenda Rogers Ken Rone .loyoe Strickland Mickey Stutts Clara Ann Swofford Larry Joe Tetlefton John Thomason Linda Thompson Patsy Thompson Alvin Thurman .lohn Tibbs Mary Todd Brenda Townsend Kay Uselton John Rosser Saundra Sanford Thomas Seratt Doc Shannon Larry Shenon Linda Shipman Bennett Simpson Carolyn Simpson Eddie Smith Linda Smith Mike Smith Diane Strachn Johnny Vickers Evelyn Watson Ann Weeks Jimmy Welch Kenneth Wells Marilyn Whitney Jean Wiley ,lo Ann Williams Carolyn Williamson Larry Williamson Bett Wilson Y Carol Ann Wilson Ruth Ann Wilson Joseph Wyatt Ann Yarbro Brenda Young Lee Yarbo Sammy Yarbro dk ,Q if if fsz ' l ff Q 9 y Q Q - I an W , ,M f W -les " M ..,r W'-.mj 'l'lw many 1-tubs at DHS play an iniportzlnt role in ti evffryduy life of the school. Thvrv are honor ciuhs. care vluhs, and language ciuhs. iiillfil has il Illilill ohjevtivc'-th of lwing at sf-rvivo to DHS. It is through Uillilzi that frivmls are inude as thoy work han is F1 at id in hunci, side hy sich-, on il projvvt. Uftvn many ciuhs work Stunt Nights, and honfires. '1'ez14'iw1's and stluiviits are hroug Ciosm' togflthvr through thvir oonnnon illtt'l'CSt in a Chlh. Those stluhflits, hoing Sillt'0I'0 und depemiuhio IIIPIIIIDGIF, il excvilciit 4-xuinples of the Spirit in our . . . 's togothvr on projects suvh us Fall Fvstivziis, HOIllf'i'lTIlliIlg ht V6 Editor Anne Moore Literary Editor . . . Pat Blurton Business Manager . . . John Fumbanks Advertising Manager . . . Susan Locklear Sports Editor . . . Linda Carlin Adviser . . . lVlrs. Elizabeth Thompson Assistant Editor Len Orr Assistant Business Managers . . . Vici Vandevelcle, Pam Prince Assistant Advertising Manager . . . Karen Hotaling, Art Crone Assistant Sports Editors . . . John Maddox Barry Rogers Advertising Solicitors . . . Arthur Patton, Jackie Brothers, Mitzi Jones, Harry Kaplan, Robert Phillips or . 3 hlllliflll' Ylilflllil 'llzilv ixl'll'X llilllillll' . . . llulv iVll'lillllUlljlll. l'il'Illllll' lfvlilrfl' , . . Wilma llr-llvn Sllffllll l'iI'YIfllI't' H,il'l.ff'l4 . . . liill'Ill1'Il .-Xnrlrzuli' lfnlulllriiwls . . . lilivryl lkriwk. Nlurruy llnilsnn l','x1'lu1llg.ga' Hilliflll' . . . llill lllblIlll'S Spurlx ffflilur . . . Iifl l'ulnn-r Slmllx f,'lllllllllll.Sf . . . Mary ,Xnn lfinvli l':I'llUl'Ilf.Q . . . lliannii- N1-xill. Carol llnllslonl .'1rl'5luff . . . l3:ni4l illiylur. .lnlinny Nlunrv. llunnv liH'1'll lf11.sIrir's.s ,llIIIIllgl'I' . . . linniny Moss ,4lll'l'l'fliXI-Ilf.f ,'llfIIlll'Q'l'I' . . . l'llyllis Yvyull f.lliI'l'lIlIllliUlI illlllllltgfli . . . liillf Winlkvi' .f11l1'1'.w'1' . . . Nlrs. .lnlizi S. Sliulc-r HlISflll'X.Y :1ali'i.w'r' . . . Ylrs. ,I1-rry Sniilli ,'Yc'14'.w'1'1'Ir'l'.v . . . .lualy lilwlsm-. Jzinws Couiitvss. Jo Ann linrrisun. luwsmi SlK'll!'1'. ,linnny Gzirrlnvr. Patsy L Y-7 ASSOf'l'Uf6 Editor Anne' Smith Ci'vvi'. lfmliliv Cl'lllHl1'y. llzlzvl Garrison. Vt'llIl2l 'I'lu-U llarnvss. .lznivllv ,lmivs Cook Fmlzm' Wrilvrs . . . Barlmm Owens. Joan Rulfner Sports WiI'ift'l'.V . . . llvlu-1'1'21 Yzlrlirollgli. llaiviml Clift. Miki- Mifcillllllllgll T-Vpfxls . . . .lunivv Flatt. Sillltlfil Curlvy. Mzirlliu jones. Jean Mills. Kay l'ritcl10tt. Ivan Slllllll. Pat VW-st flssislmil HIISIAIIPSS Mririfzgvr . . . Jim lfwcll B. ASSiSf!U1f AIl1't'fllISfII1.1' illIlIIlUf.lf'I' . . . 'lil10lIl2lS BURlS A1l1'w'fisirig SOIif'I'f0!'.V . . . Mary l.. Jinkins. Cla Brown. Lynn Page. jinnny jones. Clmrlvs Fi Bvvky Roliinsun Cfffllllllfllll Slaff . . . Bill Wlalker. Cmiky Nevill Jonvs. Teil lfsvll. Robert Owvn. Tmnmy Boa! rk nlvy. . Tvd right uill and croll The Quill and Scroll is an international society for high school journalists. It is composed of juniors and seniors who have a position on either the Hill Echo or the Trojan staff. Each member is required to he in the upper one-third of his class and must he approved by the adviser of his publi- cation. The Quill and Scroll annually sponsors Stunt Night and many more worthwhile activities. President David Taylor, Parliamentarian Judy Bledsoe, Sec retary Pat Blurton. Vice President Linda Carlin. AP' Future Teachers of America 'Huw l"ulun- 'l'vu4'lu'rs of Aim-riva was organized lo pronloh' lin' il'ill'iliIlg profession in DHS. The I'l'qlliI'1'Illl'IllS am- to have un eighty-five average, un inln-i1'sl in llw lf-zlriiixig profession, and lo llc an sophoniorv, junior, or senior. This organization has proinolwl many worthwhile uvtivitics in the sf-hool during Ihr- past your. l.w"'m Senior Beta Club The Senior Beta Club, which is composed of juniors and seniors, is an honorary organization for students possessing outstanding scholarship and leadership. To be eligible, students must rnain- tain an average of ninety or above. The highlight of the club's activities is the sponsoring of Senior Day each year. Other projects include participation in assembly programs and the convention at Nash- ville. isis at Rims QW ll in as 'hwwfe B gqmagg f if 3 Se 'X' i i Secretary Rosemary Tinkle, President Bobby Phillips, Vice President Susie Prince. ,P K I 1 w -S- if? A,,, W 1'- ,-1, ' ,,., f A s w. s ,, . I 7, F ,, ' 'A I 5 N A x .m of .ww -- QQQVHK inxym ,, X A ,Av ,Av bd ,N -" wht iq N I' f ,J A 43. K ' fu A Y' if s au g" - A W -ff Li A -Q y iv v My K , fx VN -1159- A W , .. run 59, I 'EQ Mm , f vs' lx. ML lyk' Lxgffy cg .h t X ibvnh 9 V xx Qi. sw rg, fig L K JQAI' I f .35 pun fy, 'YJ' HZ-' X o fi! 31" -Q 1 wa-gr 'FX A x 'ity 'f-" . ,SQ S if Ev' Q Q N As lx .Q Lxg N 'WSWS' .. .,.,.,, Q il--udsqggp, ..-3' i . ,lf . . '.4f ., , X. Q - W Q.. i fr! N 1 1 , W, N V' Q". mfg' ' ' Q A . sg ,E bl 4 I P' '81 ry fy , A s I ',,lh,1:'31' . 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Future Homemakers of America I The Future Homemakers of America is an organization composed of girls of all four classes. Chapter I, with Mrs. Ruth Mclntosh as adviser, has heen very husy this year with Christmas card sales, freshman initiations, installation of new offi- cers, and Dyer County Fair Exhibits. Twenty- one girls have earned their degrees in the past year. This chapter has also had delegates to repre- sent them at State Convention in Nashville and National Convention in Chicago. 1 President Dianne Nevill, Vice President Jo Ann Kelly Secretary Lula Faye Viar. Other officers: Beverly Davis, Mitzi Jones, Sandra Kesterson, Kaye Davis, Ellen Wright Cheryl Brock, Carolyn Darington, Cecelia Wright. lg .. Q aw. Future Homemakers of America II The Future- ll0I1l0Ill2llCOI'S of America is an tnganizatiun tfcniilxrsml of girls of all four classes. Chapter ll, with Nlrs. Ann Lancaster as adviser, has particfipatu-tl in variuus activitics tluring the past yvar. The incinlxvrs of this chapter have kept lmusyr with fri-slnnvn initialiuns, installation of new ollict-rs, llyt-r County lfair lfxhihits, antl the Fall l"t-stival. CllillJlt'l' Il has hall rlvlcgatcs to represvnt thvrn at Statu cl4lllVt'llliUiI. President Mary Ann Finch, Vice President Martha Under wood, Ss-crctary lie-tty Owens. Other officers: Betty Cren Shaw, Susan Rcavcs, Beth Bond, Rita Burks. The Monitor Staff, sponsored by the Student Council. is composed of junior and senior boys elected to the position as monitors by the members of the Council. It is their duty to maintain and keep order in the cafeteria and in the corridors. These boys are to be commended for their excel- lent job in helping to keep order in DHS. Monitors Monitor Captains John Guttery and Jimmy Brigham VU' tio I J Ark Sie' .1- Ag 4-41.151 f 'Qi C.. is-E" VN f'w7,-vale: r QM .V-Q.. M a 47+ rr! bein-,l'g,s.'4'.i"Q 4. V 1' Q x ,. . 5 3 t nfx , L . Ag Q l M 5 J " fq A ff-wffkf 1 'fm 71' i stsi hx X, .. 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All the members strive to better their school, the organization, and themselves and rend- er service Whenever called upon. President James Countess, Vice President Tommy Boatright, Secretary Teresa Harris, Treasurer Betty Crenshaw, Reporter Linda Baker. Tin- fl-li fllulr is ll vc-ry large' and inclustrous mgzlllizzniimi. ll has many outstanding 1110111111-rs, lmth lnnys uml girls. l'iilf'il yvur these members pnrliripzlla- in lllillly Inrujvvls Sllliil as public Spvzlk- ing unnlcsls, lnlvrstulv -li-H l'iXCilZl!Ig0, Slate 'il-Ii ii4lllLI,I't'SH. Hlllllllillp. and tho Dyer County Fair. Tha- I-ll Club is ll ve-ry large and industrious ln'njn'1'lr-2. -H Club Vice President Charlr-ne Hulme, President Janelle Jones, Secretary ,Ivan Tunison. 1 . 3 Q 'A as I .waxy-z MQW 'F P ..-N Nr, . ,W Mvyk L M A X K K, Kff M KTLKKX awww it K fig 1 A - , ik w 'f Q 4 3 A Q lfiff ei . ' ,. g A AW3 5 W ' ,- - 1 ' Jil? 'K-if WX , 4' J ' is K 7' ' 1 'af I. X 9. , ...ffm V' S . 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The Chorus has presented a numher of programs at the various Civic' eluhs in the city. lux -gn Librarian Pam Prince, President Bobbie Mosely Secretary .lo Ann Davis. -1, of sllnh-nh 'IHIII ull f1vlll'1'l:rssm's. I,lll'lllg.f ilu- fm mum lumnmx fm' llu-ir 'lill'lil'ilP2llil!ll in lln- Nr: lu-:rv lu-sllxxll :mil f,nIhm f,z1rnnzll. Nnlu' IIN- UNVISIIIIIQL HIQII N-llwl liuml. mlm-1-I4'ml ln Nlr. IMI- villlglllll. is l'HlllIlU51'1I uf il Illfgli' llllllllwl' ull FVIINHII IIIIN glfllllll plwf-llln-rl 1l1'llg1llIfl1l half lime- an-Iixiliw suvh as lllillfllillgl. Ill'l'1'iSilIll flrills .mul valrlml- fm'llmll1nlQ. Hn' lmml has r4'f'4'1u'rl lIl4'IIllN'l'N lmu- llw uIrpul'll1rllh' In wnlllwlv for il uwilimn in lln- ,XII-Slallv limnl. Wlli4'll is In-hl Q-:wh war in .lm-kwn, 'lla vlimux ilu-ir zu'lix'ilic's, ilu IDIIS Hum! will pil-will an 1'um'1'l'I in Ihr' spring. nl- lu- nf Illn- DHQ Band -w X x S 1a2g.l,. Q 4 Q a m-494sf'w V111' l'rr's'1rl1-rl! Uuvul w7l'1'1'll, l,I'l'Sllif'Ill ,lllllllly Cm'I1rz1l1, Drum Major Art Crum-, TI'l'LlSlll't'I' jimmy Lynn, Sm-rvlary ffllristine' llruw-5, l'l1l1li1'ily M1011 Urovvm-1', Lilmlrigm Sm Lamlmr-rt, -W N..- V-K., 'ffffii A 5 . E. --34 K J KAREN HOTALING . il .Eg Q: :,, JOYCE MCINTOSH :qw L f. A A w fb Q " V f.!,,f' Y kt x V a . A X V V 'ff My f 1 AEEE ,nw M Eqswf? . 'A LlhA? A Wxxmw ' as A 255. K Rx Drum Major T ' ,A 4 zkf- ' . 2-, A A .E ig A . A uhfq A E fp E E f E f 'f I I0 ANN CORUM PATSY BUTLER U... -'ww' ,x,,R,. x.,N, . , A,N.xY.6 Q 4 p A ,3 . . - . .Q if - , sv ' , x fy 3 .A Q. 'lx A ,, --vga' .1 s 5 , new .xxx t my , --' . VM .ff xl 'RN f :ss 5, LQAQR 5 f SM ix I ' x 4 Ns? 5 Vw VFW, w w F" 5 PER mp-p xg..- Y Q 3 Y Q is W f .if "iii Q- an . ME l , my I-A A A A xy . ,Y R, U1.Y: :.k5 - K 5 J ff 5 :'g 5 " i f ii - . M -Y f f 5 .mi I 7 A .L . , Q' -fx .Ii Q ' ,P . favs ' 5' - is ja .4 . www V ws ' t :J Q J JJ my Q2 ' M A ,b.,, N, 4, .:b,. if , T j . 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A - . , 'l - 1 iffufj' fy .L ft ff, tx fv 1 MMM Students elect those girls whom they wish to represent DHS in the Court and the girls they wish to reign over the Home- coming festivities. Key Club members select their royalty, and the foothall and haskethall teams have their queens. The seniors, their four-year high school careers nearing an end, choose as their favorites those members, of the class who are representatives of the senior spirit. There is a true representation of the whole school in the Spirit of our . . . Il5 fo Ann Davis Miss DHS A '4-ff Ann Holland First Maid 'K Q Carolyn, Sorrell Second Maid The Colm 42,-641 aj K Aflac! 1 ,N wx Xa-....,,! K l l l w , - I ug I. 51 5 Q . 1-q.,1w,'A ff K ' X U .. 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S'-ff ' afv IQ-sis V'-, di- '. --QT? ,H 5-'F' ..,g'5f Q 1: 'Z Q 'L -"H+ Sggvf fx ,x , 'Y-,- A w4,,gA'xMgfkfi 5 A W AMX, my 2 FX EL ink'-Q9ii'f'gk'Rh'wN:'H:.1wEExpxe-'-vsi5Ns:'?K'k1K?LT g 4 ga N, -, Q1 Mf-KX. . g.1,,f22Q ,,g,jlX:ivfsQ,E: m ?fQ35:5Tx"Li fikh, gs"f"s-., p ga x1sz':..m.W "if--Uu..'.X.'iC' Sfgxwifkk Ann Iifolland Homecomuzg Queerz, 4 ' . ,fy ' 4 C 4 '1' 5' ff' Wu was I1 a , Y ,Uf K. 1,-.' f-JJ' Q -'A 'WP 9 S 6 s Q' W5 K N Nl x. IZ3 Patsy Clark Football Queen Linda Tucker Basketball Queen Alma M00re DAR Award l25 Phyllis Wyatt Best All-Round Bobby Ennis Best All-Round David Weech Most Handsome Ann Holland Most Attractive a xx Lx.L X f S 'z x Darrell Butler Most Dependable Anne Moore 1 Most Dependable WSU-:Q D llller 5 ' D Jiffy-'gh Wilma Hellen Most Intellectual David Taylor Most Intellectual I 1 Joan Ru B est-Dressed , A ' Lary Walker Best-Dressed wi f JL 1' L L f ' ' L V W A ky. I affix L, J fd ff if LU ff , Zzjlilf f7 M 1 ,4 Ii , V" W bf 720' v Bobby Ennis Best Personality Anne Smith Best Personality Darrell Butler Most Polite jean, Mills Most Polite Becky Yarbrough Most Athletic F ,L F . it s 3 Q- 'W 'Hr-my .my fi, ., 'r f 5 rv' K George Rice Most Athletic f j 133 Linda Carlin Most Original Murray Hudson, Most Uriginal Darrell Butler Most Likely to Succeed Anne Moore Most Likely to Succeed Ccmnen Andrade HXFS Ifxvlmaxxgz- SIIILIPIII From Quiln. HVIIQIAOI' 17" 56.3 ,L.W,n.., rw .,A. M ,.L.1f' Y Fishman...- M W alma H ellen AFS Summer lixuhungv Studunt to SVH?df'fl f sf SZ? X x 'X ' 'K QQ L 5?53,gL A -5' 6 x 4 . v fq. W Em 653,42 54 1. x K " Although we are sometimes prone to think all the enthu asm is in the grandstands, we find that this idea is false. 'l' spirit is what makes the player refuse to quit when he jured. lt is the spirit which makes the team continue even though they are losing. The spirit gives the Troja desire to play for their sehool and make DHS the ver in every way. Sportsmanship is not only a great desire to win, hut a ous aeeeptanee of a loss. It takes a great deal of spirit the definition, hut DHS players and spectators have displayed their sportsmanship in lmoth positions. The fans in the crowd, the team on the field, the mai the eoaehes on the lmench, winning or losing, always e size that Spirit in our . . . isi to t ns t y ln gra to f oft rage' mpl' sr he ln- rv he ist ri- ill en VS, la- ,N The Golden Trojan Captains Ray Guess and Bobby Joe George. PAUL GUESS JOHN CUITERY JERRY BREWER End Center Tafikle ,..: I Q GLENN RICE . ,W N ,L I , ,W End GEORGE RICE Halfback 'he vharging Iinz- uf thc Trojans shows up in the Thanksgiving Day X' BHIP. LARRY WATSON Guard JACK KING Halfback HOWARD FINLEY BOBBY JOE GEORGE Quarterback yr , 1 my Guard 9 F DAVID ARMSTRONG II :Qu IJGN HOLT Tackle WILLIAM CAMPBELL ,U A critical play is viewed hy Coaches Iolln Culley and Charlvs Brewer. BARRY ROGERS Tavkle LAMAR ACRE CECIL SICATON End Tavk le 'WS ER. K K Dye-rslnlrg block:-rs rush in to vlvar Covington tvrrilory for King 1217. w lilil 4 IC 1Ll'lIl,I.Y huurrl Substifutu squads stand for the kickuff. fn X Y ., XX S CLICN BRASI"lHI,lJ IARRY JONES I lulflnalvk 'l'ucklc' be Y R, M' M' 5 'W 1 'W Quin-I Coach Cross keeps a keen eye on the "grass drill." LEON CHUM MARVIN HUDSON JERRY ALLEN Center Halfback Fullback inma- im lf i ' """"9M'lNf Riff fw- .D Y '55 .J Y ,, , 4 we N if :WV ' "?"".. qv ll 11 Ei? JV?" IX .. Q Here comes our George! ROGER GANIER End .235'2i5ef:fi'w. , f,g .1 .0 v..T?"?w' -it 64 f'a' w . uv, inn in Ihr' ruin. Dye-rslmllrg vs. Riplvy in ilu- I ll lllkxghillg Daly l,zum'. Trojan llHlIl111,21'I'S llulnlma Hall and Danny Crm-on ff-vl ilu' vxr'itvxnm'nt of the- QLKIIIHZ uv. ',.."3 gl' - 'A-f. rw Qt -, 414 f , 1 aw . kc Sl vbdvxc' 1 f S '31, L, Nix, ,F - T Q . rqnggln 8 f 2 -g . , . 5 ' K A W ' 1 , X rf' " ,, U Q J - Q E5 fa -M MMP in B 50 Y 4' I K F 1- Ii .4 .1 lg 33 J T1 1-vig , S I K O L 'AI f 7' l f X Q 1- S 'un 'X 1 R 4 Z 1 if f ' A H? u h fa 5 f 4 'K at as i 1 1 N X- Q T- - ::' :: L l , A ' ,la q. , "W has S. 1 .f ...vt W... . H s a ,S T' J' Q 5 . Q ' 5 V 1 ' a 7 . ' 9 1 ft! 5 0 9 , Q , W 8.51 If. ,Q . 4 ,f f U. ? ab' - E Q xx X N N X " in x , ef SY X Xx Q XM E i Q 1 1 3 y x Qs sn. .N , x - - Q 5 V 4 , if I49 -ul --...... i Y . 4" 44 4 'E xii M 5 ggi ? asv, Q 1: Zi ,iff .N. . HX we hx fb? my f 'W EE E 'x fe .-'J' A-, V but S 1 A f-as jg QR verbs: ix ' 2 5 4 1, 0 S ij t T asa 175 A+ Yi --..--K lf N Captains Becky Yarbrough and Pat Blurton I2 I J DI-If BETH BOND ALICE WILKES MARTHA UNDERWOOD Guard Forward Guard Q we My WR Q -r'N- x i K 4,3 X kg " -Q 3 f I if 1 f.. W M- A' ,, I HP. Xdam. i 5 512+ E X ggi , " x.... ? A Q, X . x :Q K it, gg :aff M: ' s 3 'ali mm Q A Q I53 fa- a .3 5? J .. ., I- -5, WE Q K, ' X .iv :N A V- kk 7 ,E:. ,1, K1 :SV I , if 2 . K? . 1: K fan ' S 5' X 1 .,... mea- , sg- ' is: u sw F .,::2, Ki deff 525, ues 5, 1 ,Sz -K Q 2 14, 9 A ,M 1 W wfaz1.ffI:'::f A f f 5 ff Tien K 'K , Q , Q if T an , as K Q S X fx , .,.. K 1 QQ ,xx new m e. , ,ff M W Rv, 'J M is tk . , - 5 S 4. fx-.VYQ Y 1. Q' Y . 'fm m 5' " f W? ? 3 fx , if idx? x .i X 1 I I A L f -M, ,sw Mwx, K.. 1. 'W' 'W as ,WA ,F iw 5 1? F mxvf . if '- 5 f 1 W M '1 Y"- Qx gh Q nt' --31 '4 . I I ,Nw xewi x 3 7? 1 .ae 1 4 -. 1 fsmlibig ,W 1 Q. 'ti page f QA if 4 -L L' X ui, .M .MA xg, fl Early in thc summer the hard working advertising stat hcgins its work. They hadger the good-natured merchants C the city and work to increase the quality of the annual. Yet the harmony hctween the husincssmen and the schoc remains through the years. The students and faculty of DHS have a certain respect and admiration for the people of th community who are anxious and cooperative in their aid tt the school. Surely this harmony is the keynote in the Spirit in our . . CompIimenI's of LEROY BURKS GULF STATION DECK 81 WILLIAMS JEWELRY 81 APPLIANCE Dyersburg, Tennessee Eas+ Side of Square CompIimenI's of PAUL BRADSHAW AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE .JAcKsnN's ., BARBECU . 9 'SQ ' ' q 51.9 Pl 7' PDR! ' AGFFF CAIICKIIV-A107 70M wecahxbpwaiu Cus-row: Bama!-aeeuu NG IIL41 ATWOODS-I860 nmeeea All amesamea Compliments of SINGER SEWING CENTER Sewing Lessons Sewing Accessories for Also Teenagerg Macline A'Ha hmenis B +I' Zhi d and u ons, ea Addis ofher slain Aids 320 I, S. Main Sfreei Phone AT H5 "IO7 Years of Continuous Service" C9mPIIme"I5 of Complimenfs of LEDFORD SERVICE STATION LEDFQRD NEW 3, USED CARS ATS-505' A15-sos: Complimenfs Complimenis of of MEADOWBROOK DIXIE FURNITURE DAIRY COMPANY Compliment of Complimenis of JAMES P. LANIER LOVE'S WASHERETTE Couniy Courf Clerk Wesi' Couri' Compliments of THE CITY OF DYERSBURG Compliments of DYER COUNTY Drink Compliments of Cwfh' BOTTLING CO IgG. U. 5. PAT. OFF. in BoH'les Compliments of DYERSBURG FLORIST C0n9fa+U'a+i0nS Seniors of I960 Compliments of CITY DRY CLEANERS 6 I 5 East Court Street Save by Cash and Carry Best Wishes to the Student Body COMPLIMENTS of I R. C. THURMOND LUMBER CO. Compliments of MAIN SPORTING GOODS l l I Complimenh of Complimenfs of AIRLENE GAS COMPANY R"-EY M- JONES Bufane-Propane Gas Dealer Book S+ore and Busmess Supply AT5-2533 I02 Norih Main Avenue Dyersburg Tennessee Dyersburg' Tennessee ' AT5-3233 CompIimen'I's of STATE GAZETTE JACK HUDDLESTON Dyersburg, Tennessee JEWELRY Complimenfs of Complimgnis HARDEN of OFFICE AND EQUIPMENT CO. HILLCREST BEAUTY SCHOOL Use Our Car-Service Window WILLIAMS CLEANERS 22l S. Sampson PIONEER CONTRACTING, INC. General Contractors 453 Plum Avenue Memphis 7, Tennessee Box 5 I Dyersburg, Tennessee A. G. HALL, Presidenl' Complimenls of PARKVIEW FLORIST Flowers and Gills for All Occasions Complgmenls JEWELL REED Congralulalions Seniors DYERSBURG ICE 81 COAL PLANT Complimenls of DYERSBURG FURNITURE COMPANY Where Your Dollar Buys More 'I Complimenls of BOATWRIGHT CLEANERS 7 I 9 Finley Sfreel AT5-5290 Complimenls of MORRIS L. SLIMOVITZ Newbern, Tennessee Best Wishes to Class of 1960 Q NEWMAN JONES, INC. JONES BROS. TRACTOR JONES BROS. EQUIPMENT co Complimenfs 'X els 5 O of QXSMXGT LOWERYS BODY SHOP JONES MOTOR CO. "All Kinds of Used Cars" Jackson Building Q35 Y X XA .X 1 and RADIO SERVICE ATwa+er 5-I463 -We Service All Makes and Models- All Work Guaranieed Trained by 'l'he Leading Schools of America SMITH'S ELECTRONIC LAB lRearl 203 S. Mill Ave.-Dyersburg Complimenfs Congralulallons LEWIS JEWOELRY STORE Class of '60 Complimenfs of U I-TRA'SMART GENSON MANUFACTURING COMPANY B EAUTY SALON P. a WSSERVICE M facfurers of Genson Wafer Clas 'f' H gh y 5I Soufh Phone AT5 I742 NATURAL GAS for COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING 'REFRIGERATION Congratulations, Seniors DYERSBURG GAS DEPARTMENT Home ot p Little Folks Fashion ANNA MARIE p YOUTHLAND :fl-I. Congratulations, Seniors ot 1960 PLAZA FOOD CENTER HIGHWAY 5 I, SOUTH Compliments ot DENNIS BEAUTY SHOP 402 Market Street AT5-389I Congratulations Seniors of I960 NEWBERN HARDWARE CO. John Deere Tractors and Implements Repairs and Service Heavy Hardware Rooting and Fence Westinghouse Appliances PHONEMa7-32I9 NEWBERN, TENNESSEE Dyersburg, Tennessee FISHER'S PURE on. STATION T I ph AT5 4506 A+' a'l PU l e e one - fo"4lv-'Er Highway 5I, North Dyersburg, Tenn. Compliments of STEVENS INSURANCE AGENCY and FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Complimenfs of HOMER PRESSLER FURNITURE COMPANY Good Furniiure for Low Prices Complimenis of J. C. MOORE Greyhound Bus Lines Complimenis of THE HUB CLOTHING STOR PHONE AT-5-3650 Complimen'I's - 0' PARKERS' ESSO Complimenfs of L. 8: B. MATTRESS 8: UPHOLSTERING CO. I2 I4 Eesi Courfl' Phone AT 5-299I Dyersburg, Tenn. STANDARD DRUG COMPANY Your Friendly Rexall Drug Sfore Prescripfions Cosme+ics, Cameras FREE DELIVERY Complimenis of YARBRO'S ON E-STOP SERVICE STATION Complimenfs C of SILER'S CAFE Congra+uIa'Iions ongrafulafions, Seniors LOUISE BEAUTY SHOP 527 Finley S'I'ree'I' Dyersburg, Tenn. Seniors of I960 Compnmenh SEW 'N' SAVE FABRIC SHOP of THE DARLING SHOP lsbbukv-Dlx O. C En 'MH Q,, LAQAA AJ' ' U 'agjj-W4 A Qvjpt-m.4,'-4- JI'--'lt .2-:J MA'6".o"'L JXQLQT S , it Q,Q,P.,JL. UPM.Q9wwaW-'-'THA' M547 i 2? C031-OJIMQTS of J bf WM, ,1ff22,ff"Q,U5' JL! fp!! ww .mf-fff4fJ'-U -J ,j,,?aQ2,,4j-ni f.,Q-4,4-JCJY.-fa., M wgflfcsgtgfg COTTON PRODUCTS INC. Complimenfs of THE REMNANT HOUSE OPAL J. LEDBETTER-Prop. Complimenfs of CARRIE'S FRUIT MARKET 403 Wes+ Courf Dyersburg, Tenn. AT5-445I oin GEORGE P. O'HARE Disfribufor mg Ihe Swi+cI1 +o More Gas Per AT5-494I DYERSBURG, TENN. Gallon CITY DRUG CO. Mill and Cour+ Phone AT5-7284 J. 81 W. DRUG CO. Across From Hospi+aI Phone AT5-I260 PrescripI'ions Schoogippplies Denvezegervice Russell S'l'Oll6: Candies P2229 CompIimen+s of FROSTREAT FROZEN FOODS Compliments DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE of FORD CONSTRUCTION Complicmenfs PEARSON SUPPLY CO. Office Supplies Adver+ising Novellies PHONE AT5-3373 Best Wishes to the Graduates of '60 F IRST-CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK FDIC 'I' I tions, Seniors '60 Congra u a From the FINANCE PIEPARTMENT o 'I' e FIRST-CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK New Shoes SIMMONS SHOE SERVICE Dyersburg's Finest Shoe Repairing 2 I 5 W. COURT STREET Compliments of Boots H. E. NOURSE Distributor Dyersburg, Tennessee GULF Gulf Oil Products Tires - Batteries - Accessorie PHONE AT5-5502 BEST WISH ES FROM 5 0 wife 5 ff if Q : ., 'Q Eifi c. PENNEY C . ,Niki Vkk, A I I .fi .V,, W ,. ,A E,.1 We.,.,,::q5f,gv5z V. -f f f fm-ff'-fm--,f f, f PENNEY JOHN A. JOHNSTON COMPANY Good L Y Infernafional Trucks uck Tradors, Implemenis Johnson Oufboard Mofors THE CURRYS 1 l 1 l CompIimen+s of SHAI N B ERG'S Congra+uIa+ions Cgmplimeni-g Seniors '60 of BY-RYT FOOD STORE DYERSBURG HATCHERY ELECTRICITY IS ECONOMICAL ELECTRICITY IS CLEAN ELECTRICITY IS CONVENIENT The Really Modern Home Is AII-EIecIric There's IoIs Iess 'Io do-and more 'ro enioy-when your home's all- eIec'rric. Comforf and convenience are buII'r In-no farI'her away Ihan an eIec+rIc swi'I'ch. Plan now for an aII-eIec+ric home and enjoy a home 'I'ha'I's really modern. DYERSBURG ELECTRIC SYSTEM Compliments of SCHLESINGERS STYLE SHOP DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE CompIimen+s of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Home Owned and Opera'I'ecI O. B. LOCKLEAR Dyersburg W W , . , ' v ,, , . , . .,,. . , A . A W. .,.--.mv-ww-.mu-....L.--I Tiwllil 1 ,Mr 'p HW' .gk ,. X CompIimen+s of GENERAL APPLIANCE AND TELEVISION COMPANY BILLY S. YATES Manager I 1' ni " Efffgi I Nl i,--. M '," A j I I 'SSVWFJE gl 'I' 3 I", .:"'::'.I:',. 5.4 ' .IF ' ' IM' If? l"'.'.ll's"'.. 5 5.1.5 L: X: II "I f -1 aff! ' ' ' ' 1 , Q 9 Z1' 'lll Q Zfflfirfsg ', ,.,. 5' ' E, '25 ,.'f Q l, 5 - V, I ,gli F' Z .'-SJ I if ' , rrre M, E I ' I :-.Q-A.4':- I , ff,,...f1 I u 'V-f -f'1V-A-f-:- f 4IIIteII,:ll1f..gL" f f 11'1'2 E I -, fx? ff? -115:-fi HI" 'rH"'- THAT ST ' '- Hr I 'S IS THE HUT EAKS Bum I1 X I , 7ffA3? Arwm 5-9914 I CHOICE STEAKS EISEAFEOD - OLD FASHIONED I 705 NICHIOALSBECUE DYERSBURG I ns: e IY lm: s o ow y. . ugns A 50 lik- -:- I 'd C'f L' 'I F II H 78N S' I ml ri "" " , "' "xf"" -xr 1' E '- ' 'f V ' FARMERS IMPLEMENT af SEED COMPANY C01mPlimen+s Massey-Ferguson Sales and Service of Hardware -:- Fence -:- Feed Field and Garden Seed DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE PHONE AT5-2262 DYERSBURG OIL MILL CO Complimenrs of Manufadurers of if COTTON SEED PRODUCTS a r Q E ...' j f 9 , r,l...4Q ilzzlzzii ':lT"' "A'Z::'E 5 ":'l:::: ":T:" f M. K. WEAKLEY T I h "f:: E ::'4 ' ' ,f Presidenf, Manager iTZF34Z3Z Home of V Na+ionaIIy Adver+ised Brands WEST SIDE SQUARE DYERSBU RG GRABER'S i Complimenfs of Compliments of Magma ymm Obi SATlSFACTICiJN'GUARANTEED ifsiiigszezimieizziz OIL COMPANY '75e Wama 771456 Me Ddffueace' ' M I L D ra, . - ,BTW VIS x c 0 U N T If Y WHCLE SAUSAGE ' TLB. NET WEIGHT INGREDIENTS: WHOLE HOG, SALT, SAGE AND PEPPER OFFICIALLY INSPECTED E. E. oAvls, ROELLEN KROUTE 92 DYERSBURGI, TENNESSEE Compliments of CCLONIAL RUBBER WORKS From N. Side of Square -:- Dy PHONE AT5-386I Congratulations Seniors of I960 KAPLAN'S LADIES' WEAR ersburg I - Telephone AT5-5793 Wholesale-ReI'aiI SOUTHERN GLASS COMPANY . C I I' GI S ' CompIImen+s 2I3 Easf Cc::TrIIIe e Dy?:FsbEiIgf'I'ennessee of W. L. PHILLIPS Compiimenfs of TOM'S CAFE Good Food Since l930 Complimenfs of CORDELL HULL 8: HOLIDAY INN Complimenis of PARNELL HOLLAND CO. Your In'rerna'I'ionaI Dealer Newbern, Tennessee MA7-38 I 6 Complimenfs of DAIRY QUEEN sl Q ,pal i I' my .,A. Y G :X .J S wi- ,Mq f . 5 Q, ww QNX .W .V wg, -l- MARR -l- Peerless -I- Mosl' Dependable Laundry and Cleaners for Over 50 Years "Coll the Mon From Morr's" AT5-6 I I I KROGER L Live Befler for Less BUTLER SHOE HOSPITAL The Home of BeH'er Shoe Repairing ALL WORK GUARANTEED BROOKS SANEFORD, Owner AT5-4IOI Complimenfs of MIDWEST DAIRY Compliments of w. T. curcl-HN ASSOCIATION BE SOCIABLE DRINK PEPSI A Sure Sign of a Good Sign MIDSOUTH SIGNS All Kinds J. M. COLLINS AUTO PARTS I Incorpora'I'ed MAIN GEQAERAL -ESM E-. is iv SHELL TIRE I W. SERVICE I JOHN SHIRLEY, Owner 222 Easf Couri Sf. Dyersburg D:'l?l'Ls:gd Thiiizziie Your NAPA Jobber Is a Good Man 'Io Know Service Is Our Business PHONE AT5-4252 Cgmplimenfg Sales and Service of BUICK-PONTIAC-CADILLAC A. C. JARRED POULTRY CO. CompIimen+s of VANDEVELDE HARDWARE For Value and Variety Sou+I1 Side Square DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE Compliments of MANNER'S MEN SHOP CompIimen+s of ComF:lmen+s SALENFRlEND'S DEPARTMENT STORE es are one - , H. II9 W + M k + Ph Ars 7340 WEMURGHENN-ggi Agfa? Complimenfs of Complimenfs of OZMENT-AVISON BILLY NEWSON YOUR PRODUCE CO. John Deere Implemen+s Plymoufh and Frigidaire -WH0LESALE- DEALER FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ' Compiiments 4 of the H DR PEPPER BOTTLING COMPANY A CROP DUSTING AIRPLANE DEFOLIATING SPRAYING . RIDEs FERTILIZING SEEDING CHARTER-AIR AMBULANCE FLIGHT TRAINING NOBLE'S FLYING SERVICE, INC. COVINGTON,TENN. M , , A, H PHONE GR6 was DYERSBURG, TENN. un'C'Pa 'IPO S PHONE AT5 4728 NORMAN'S AMOCO STATION PHONE AT5-I684 Highway SI, Nor+h Dyersburg, Tennessee FOWLER'S SHOES The SIore Thaf FITS Your FooT Complimenis of DYERSBURG MERIWETHER INSURANCE AGENCY FURNITURE COMPAN Il'lCOI'p0l'0I'6d Dyersburqs CHARLES H. MCLEOD ERNEST EELTS FIIIGSI Fumiiufe SIOIG Insurers SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE DYERSBURG, TENN. PHONE AT5-I652 CompIimenI's of DYERSBURG REALTY CO. c o Firs'I Ci+izens Bank Dyersburg, Tennessee Phone AT5-459I CHARLES A. WILSON "House of Good Pianos" I320 Easi' Cour+ Dyersburg, Tennessee Phone AT5-25I5 C mplimenis of DYER WALLGREEN AGENCY Home Owned and Operafed SELF SERVICE FREE DELIVERY Dyersburg, Tennessee Complimenfs of FORCUM-LAN NON LUMBER COMPANY Compliments of JONES FURNITURE CO. Ph AT5 5654 FRAZIER Complimenfs of ACRED SHOE STORE STATION CARTER CLICK CO. Complimenfs of ED WRIGHT'S ESSO Main and Masonic Sfreeis M ROOFING 8: SHEET Dyersburg, Tenne S566 ETAL CO. Machinisl'-Welders Mill Supplies-Chain Saws LATIMER DRUG co. C"""f1""n's 'M' DYERSBURG HARDWARE cm "The Friendly Hardware S+ore" Complimenls of Complimenfs JONES JEWELRY of FFLTinflliliffyiiiffilklEL? NEWBERN SALES BARN SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SQUARE Newbern, Tennessee Phone MA7-326I CongraIula+ions, Seniors From Your PIGGLY WIGGLY AND K. W. RODGER STORES . . fish 5 ,.-can 5' K ef ,sf .kk, Wy?- , -- ki. ,wwf . Wh' .' L,i QF 'Q ww. 'N 45 ff ,F Q K ' -6 115, ,- I w -nga. , 1 -il. N sw X if i f f A1 Y if H We 1. 4' iw I I I K f Complimenfs of RAYMOND KING INSURANCE Complimenis of Complimenfs of FINLEY 81 CROWE C. C. SMITH AGENCY INSURERS INSURANCE REAL ESTATE 2 I 7 Masonic Ave. Phone AT5-4523 F,-J-,,,., CompIimen+s ' of H0016 'Busta and gf Auto Supplies BEST WISHES from , i , XY Home of Kool Kooshions Q and COLUIIIBUS SHOCK ABSORBERS Heckethorn Mfg. 8g Supply Co. Complimen+s of ED WHITSON'S Men's Wear HHH 'L FORKED DEER HARDWARE "Over 70 Years of Serving" Hardware -:- Tools Houseware -:- Sporfing Goods Admiral Appliances Complimenfs of H. 81 W. CARPET CENTER Complimenfs of FAMILY SHOE STORE Complimenfs of DICK FLOWERS Your School Photogroplfmer Complimenfs of WTRO 1330 on Your Dial Complimenis of PEOPLE'S SERVICE GIN PHONE AT5-657I P. o. Box sos GEO. H. JOHNSON'S Radio-Television-Au+o and Home Air Condifioning S We Service AH Makes, Parfial To None 2I I-2I3 McGaughey S+. Dyersburg, Tenn NEVA-HAZEL BEAUTY SHOP Complimenfs of STANFIELD'S MUSIC STORE "GIN BETTER" wah TIP TOP GIN "ON TI-IE HILL" Complimenfs of TAYSTEE BREAD AND COOK BOOK CAKES Complimenis of MERRY CASTLES I AND II Dyersburg, Tennessee PY-fad P CompIimen+s of PURE OIL SERVICE STATION it is ' w Comphmenh of F. W. WOOLWORTH COMPANY C g +I+ Comphment sENloRs OF mo of EDENTON-LAMB TENNESSEE COMPANY LIQUEFIED GAS COMPANY Complimeni' Complimeni' f REVELL G.M.C. AUTO CO. CORNER MAIN AND CEDAR ST. DYERSBURG. TENNESSEE Phone AT5-4203 WHWUNHWWPRTS AEMWEWUWMTWLMIET NEWT.. 9, . a es Y Quugzyfbrf 'il Service 205 NORTH MAIN AVE. DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE ATWATER 5-2792 CompIimen+s of cHANDLER's BARBER SHOP Complimenfs of ROGER'S WEO GROCERY NA CompIimen+s of CompIimen+s of MOORE SERVICE CENTER Liber-'Iy Cash Grocery Cify Service Sfaiion Infernafional Trucks Newbern, Tennessee II-: Complimenis of 555 SERVICE STATION New and Used Tracfor Truck and Passenger Tires - Tubes - Service U it U , N f , ROAD SERVICE AT5-7872 Zi' BUSINESSMEN'S CompIimenI's Specializes in AccicIen'I and HeaI+h. of Group, Hospi'I'aI, and Life Insurance Represeniafive Co. SULLIVAN ROBERSON Complimenfs of MAGNOLIA BEACH Magnolia Harbor Reelfooi' Lake TIPTONVILLE, TENNESSEE J. Harry Smifh Ellis TrueH', Sr. Complimenfs of MOTEL and RESTAURANT Famous for Ca+fisI1 and Hushpuppies REELFOOT LAKE TIPTONVILLE, TENN. Across From Sfafe Park ALP3-6978 SHUFF'S LAKEVIEW Dining Room 84 Motel Complimenfs of C I. + GOOCH'S DINING LODGE omplmen S 0 CYPRESS POINT CABINS and CompIimenI's of REELFOOT LAKE TIPTONVILLE, TENN. LEWIS G. NORVELL, JR. 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