Fairhope High School - Bay Breeze Yearbook (Fairhope, AL)

 - Class of 1957

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ERNEST RAY ROBERTS To one who looks hollow to hrs bones has starved for learnlng s sake and would gladly teach anyone who really W1ShCd to learn we the 1957 BAY BREEZE staff ded1 Mr Roberts helps out rn the Fun House at the Honor Soclety Halloween Carntval cate th1s book Chaucer to Mr Roberts and hope that So long as men can breathe or eyes can see So long l1ves thrs and th1s gtves hfe to thee Shakespeare Mr. Roberts plays Santa Claus for the F.F. A. F.H.A Chnstmas Party. .. . '.. I I I I . We express herein our sincere appreciation .. I I YIELD RIGHT OF WAY 1-4-v 'A Z., v-sw-wap WX, V :naw-,...g-.nnw,.,.. Q RN "- 1' x . , . 94" - t , ts U xxxon .,,,...--nv-4-""'4 , , A, M,,...,..M.w M 'A , 5 V K 'MA,,,. ...---w -'L .......,-...... W.....--,.-! L -,gf-'ff-m rx "-",Li:,f3L.L A-V in:'N: ,325 . ' Q f aruba' 'qi 4 A - N. Alwhwv W, ' ,- ,ww ,,.,.., 1:11 ., ..,L.ff,Zg.1 'L vayuovy?H.lL-X if-4" A -Mimi A F A . .. . 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MARY DELFINA CAMPA History and Spanish B, A, , University of Alabama MARIANNE DAVIDSON English and Journalism B, A, , Judson College WESLEY GRANT Agriculture B S , Auburn BARBARA COLEMAN B S , Mlssissippi Southern MILDRED H BECK Home Economics B S , Alabama College OLIVE N ARCTANDER Commerce B S , Lrvmgston S T C K ,, . B. S. , . . , ' ' . -41 ' ' lx J , i' O O 2 Commerce and Economics S . . 4 . A ,is n o U1 'W ' b ' . V-f A W J . 5 I I I O l . l O O l EARL R. HILYER Mathematics B, S. , Troy S,T.C. MARY NELLE AVARY Librarian B. A. , Howard College BLANCHE SIMMONS Music B.M, Mississippi Southern ERNEST R, ROBERTS Science and Math B, A, , Florence S.T.C. RANDALL F, HAMMER Physical Education B. A. , M,A, , University of Kentucky VIRGINIA H GREEN Mathematics B A , Rollins College LOU BROWN Librarian B S , Bowling Green REBECCA B JONES Science B A , Huntingdon College FRANK STEELE English and Social Studies RALPH WILLIAMSON Math and Social Studies GEORGE R MERLINI Assistant Principal B A , Marietta College M A , University of Alabama S FACULTY qt, 4? I I f 'I I X I XADTX Tig B S , M A , University of Alabama X it BILLY GARNER 5 ggi 15 , Physical Education 4 3 'QM B S , Auburn xi-M N0 PASSING WE ? - 0 0 0 .-...n--wqg , I NJ Nl V' . . v ' 'Wm 'fx L 4 7, . 4 V .. .ix 'tn, K' V " V "ay Q7 .?' 4 V Q .7 L . a g' F, , AW v Y A YY A 6535, f . - ,. 4 4, . . . N 8 ' A 5 'Q' 5 'b ' , 1 .u - ' if . ' 1.5 1 ' , 1,5 .L X 'av sexi an : .:- -, ,. .a .gan 4 'J . X , " ': , W' L, S ee, . . , , A I ' H ' . ',, ,, gr , ' f I .13 7 I 5 - 4 V Q 1 ' " s , r . , v ., ol ,f , gr , 'Z 1 ,L . 5 I s . ,1 , I t naar- 1 ..-'N' avtw ,.....f , 'J , , 'Qi' 'Wu in K M- x ff P 1.3, . mf .f 9146-1 ,,. 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" JOHNNIE LUCASSEN "If music be the food of love, play on. " HENRY MILLER BRADY "To the teachers, he is a strife To his classmates, the spice of life. " THERESA PIZZOTTI "There's Heaven in her sigh, and a bit of devil in her eye. " fm 'Qi 'Qf"'r 3' DAN CHATWOOD DOTTY CUMMINGS A faxnt heart has never won fa1r Love em all marry none stay lady but a good football player 15 smgle and have fun an excepuon ALAN MUMM Every dog has hrs day but the mghts are reserved for the cats SENIOR OFFICERS: Manners, Conrow, Pizzotti, Mason, Lucassen, Hall, and McKenzie. l""' MARY EVA HOWELL Knowmg many but lovlng Just one GERTRUDE NELSON "A determined mind with a will for the way. " ROBERT HANEY "Good natured with a grin that laps over and buttons behind." ARTHUR WORD "I like work - it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it all day. " BETTYE RUSHING "A quiet taste and manners mild ETTA HATAWAY "So tell me, pretty maiden, are there any more at home like you?" GIBSON JONES "Why wish for more?" Y JOYCE LY1.Es w1LsoN STABLER Here IS a grrl w1th a smrle that Srlence never yet betrayed anyone makes the bubble of hfe worthwhrle BETTY SHIVER Srlence rs golden W, Arrival of class rings is momentous day. mf MICHAEL TUNSTALL He gazes at the mxghry oaks and says You were once a nut hke me We JERRY CUMMINS W "Ca1m, cool and collected what a waste! " ELIZABETH BRITTON "She may seem quiet and may be shy, but watch -- there s mischief in her eye. " JACKIE MORRIS 3 "Wealthy in her friends. " HM BROWN "Onward, boys. If you sight work, then come back and we ll go another way. " BILLY PURVIS "Love 'em and leave 'em be sure they follow you. " DIANE BENIK "She's pretty to walk with pleasant to talk with, and pleasing to think on. " CAROL RAY HALL PATSY MASON when he thmks, he shows symptoms A perfect grrl mcely planned to of a man wrth brams warn to comfort and command FARREL CARRIGAN Fnends are born not made i' IF Seniors wash cars, hoping for a profit. THERESA WAHL Farthful fnends are hard to fmd as gs JACK GRASS "Al1 great men are dying - I don't feel so well myself. " VIRGINIA BYRNE IRBY "Speak to me only with thine eyes. " MANDY ROBINSON "There was a bright smile that started my heart singing. " ALEX MAIR "If dynamite were brains, he'd blow up the world, " FRED SMITH "The solemn, the wise, they never live long, but I'11 live forever." ANN WILKIE "Men may come, and men may go, but not if I can help it." LEROY LAMBERT MARLENE LANDERS One cannot always be a hero but Her m1nd IS lrke a rarlroad trme ALLEN HARBISON Self reverence self knowledge self control Career Daybreak frnds senrors gabbrng Q BARBARA BUTGEREIT She moved not a frnger to attract but all her frrends were attracted to er .fs W I' X H . ,, . . . . . - 'f , one can always be a man." table - subject to change, " - I - I ,R , W , s ll ' . ,V h . " HARLAN BANKESTER "A man with an aim will be a man with a name." EDNA CONROW "If you can't say what you think why say it, " CAROL STRADLLNG "In laughter, she will weigh a ton, and she will laugh till her day is done. " JAMES T. STEPHENS "It takes a tall person to see what's going on in the world. " JAMES WILLIAM MCKENZIE "Don't let your education inter- fere with your good time. " PATRICIA A, BARRINGTON "To live without loving is not really to live." NORMA YANCEY NATHAN HAVARD Modest ULIB and Heat fflendly Sometlmeg I gn grumble and fa1r and peute thmk but most ofthe ume I just s1t and grumble ANNE DELORME NIX She hves all her hfe for one love SUZANNE MANNERS My true love has my heart and I have hrs Edrtor Cummmgs consults wxth Photographer Smrth i R I - . H I 1 Q I 1. - - , ' .' . ' . ,, . 3 . l . f ' ll vu - - -I 4 A ' , 1. ' is ik al? JAMES SEALE "The time to be happy is today. ' FRANCES BAGGETTE "Not only good, but good for something. " MARY JEAN PIZZOTTI "Who would know her without that pleasing smile. " WELDON PARKER "Everything comes to those who wait. " JACK PILLION "Gir1s are like streetcarsg there'11 be another along in a minute. " ALICE CREAMER "If you're not near the one you love, be nice to the one you're near. " asf GARY WILSON The art of walkmg 15 not lost after all you have to have some way to get to the garage AMELLIA BERNICE DEFILIPP1 A face so falr a sm11e so rare JACQUELINE FAY HALL Gentle as a spnng breeze Seniors swing it at the F. F. A. -F.H.A. Party. fv- CORA DALTON YOHN "Men rule the world, but women rule the men," Y 3 F df .Q 'A-1 CLARK MCCLELLAND "Where there's a will, there's a way. " THERESA PINTARELLI "Her life has no blessings like friends. " MILDRED WALKER "To know her better is to like her more. " CEDRIC BRITTON "Men of few words are perhaps the best men after all. " ARNOLD CINK "Wise, except when otherwise." FAYE CLARK HARRELL "Until I truly loved, I was alone BETTY LOU CHILDRESS FRANCES PINTAREU-I Always laughing never sad A light heart hves long Sometimes naughty never bad CLARENCE HAMMONTREE Woman s work is never done why start 1t'7 r..-'-. Can t help loving those rings of ours. Q5 is CHARLES HALL Men s muscles move better when their souls are making merry NR. CAUTION - WINDING ROAD ,X UNDERCLASSM EN . Q, . L,,, 4 - 2 .4 .. ev ha, ,. I K .I . I I , F 5 ig Q ""' ,fg ,Ti-Sri, 'A .A fad 0 'd r ' S .. Q .4 f Q , ,ll A X .rw I f we I 1, t ,fi 1 I Ji CURRIN ALBERT DOROTHY MARY EVELYN DAN ANDERSON AY RES BAGGETT BANKESTER BENTON I-hgh magazme salesmen Judy Nahrgang Betty Manery and Loursa Marco wlth sponsor Mxss Campa BECKY BILLIE 9 Junior girls enjoy party given them by the boys. JAMES WILLIAM SHANNON WILLIAM BISHOP BOOTHE BOX CALLOWAY "wp fm Fl if 2 M L Qs . 1 A M, fl '- , , V if 2 , ,ff . . ' f' 'X F I 2 A I I A A E .JY A , Q gif" H n K X QL 4 , 1. I 'J 4 5 I f 'sk Y I, GERALD CALVERT OLA KATE CLARKE CHARLES CLEVELAND JIMMY CRESSMAN CARVEL DEESE DIANE DRIVER NADINE DUCK GAYNELL EDGE PAT ENGEL DIANE ETHERIDGE WAYNE GABLE ROBERT GORAM HMBO HAMILTON GLORIA HANSON LOIS HANSON 'FF rg, X O an II W ,-'X :- ii fy- --if? ft. ,g .- ' '32 A, ff? I: A 1' V, r AQ T 'P f5 r If V A . - ,A JUNIORS IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS JIMMY WOOD - President TRUMAN SMITH - Vice President JUDY NAHRGANG - Secretary GLORIA WHITEHEAD - Treasurer "3 '-4 F DANA HENN ING BILLY ROGER TOMMY HENRY JEAN JERNIGAN JOHNSON JOHNSON JORDAN KEENE ' MU JEAN KENNEDY LINDA KESSLER RENATA KOBELJA PHYLLIS LAIRD RAYMOND LANDIS MARY EDITH LAWRENCE MABEL LEATHERWOOD GERALDINE LEAVINS BETTY MANERY LOUISA MARCO 'Q' JUNIORS 114 DAWN MCLEAN BILLY JOE MCDONALD BOBBY MCKIBBON IUDY NAHRGANG ELIZABETH NELSON PAUL NELSON WILLENE NELSON IACK NEWELL CARLTON NIEMEYER NOLAN NIX fs . 9 M i f 2: F-A -thi 1: ' .1 ' 1 'Y , I at A MARGIE WALTER JANICE PATTY NORMA ANN PONDER POSER QUIGGLE REYNOLDS RODGERS Hg' Juniors Perry Thomas and Alan Schack grin while Billy Jo McDonald does private ballet. Juniors attend the F.F,A. square dance. CAROLYN RUSHING . DVMM My , I A - ru ' 1, I 'fl .Q me X , BETTY ANN DAVID ALLAN SALTER SAYRE SCHACK , is b T J. A 2 - V 'ii 'P ef 1, fi X A il, -'N Lk I J Vg L4,Ly gif, :lx wr Lf iff? A A .JF ALICE SCHERMER LGF 9 f 1 -A 3' M 1.1, -,Q,,:,,,,, - .. fr W CAROLYN SCHERMER MARILYN SHEPPARD TRUMAN SMITH CLIFFORD STREET JOHN STRINGER ALICE FAYE TAYLOR DOROTHY TEMPLIN PERRY THOMAS DOUGLAS THOMPSON STEVE THORBURN A fd L 4' f ,I f '3 JUNIORS 57' -r Y- 1 M J 66 , ff' X4 1 J . i 4 W .r WF X J 3 .. fd? R51 3' ll' if , A h, 3, 1: ' 'fy ,.:, A , 'N' A MP' V: ,-15 1 Qif ' 'L f A '- rf' zv. "'! Q Qgigfi ' 6" Jsi"'ifg?I: I FRANKLIN TOMLINSON TOMMY TUNSTALL HELEN WALDRIP SHARLYNE WARING JIMMY WOOD JOHN WHITCOMB GLORIA WHITEHEAD MISS MARY D, CAMPA MRS. FRANCES HAMMER MRS. THELMA VOLKERT -N -1 ' if WAT., 0 ig ga ,az tr S aa. L sffl 1 ...I -Q ' A Nd , , - " -A . 7 f-MLP 1 -I ' . ?,,,.r9-f , Q' XA X K u,,,,,Y , ,r 2 ,- Perry Timmy B1l1y Ashton Angle Ausun Barrrngton Baugh Lmda Belhsle Sophomores gxve a sensauonal Chnstmas party SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ANDY STOKES Presrdent ROBERT NELSON Vlce Presrdent ANN DAWSON Secretary Treasurer Otto Evelyn Darlene Ann Bishop Brshop Booth Bosarge Brummm 1. fry. 1 00 7? -of Nellie Morris Malcolm Nelson Robert Nelson Travis Nelson Joanne Nichols Bill Nolan David Nuetzel Lamar Owens Rachel Parker Leonard Penry Estelle Pintarelli Frances Potter Joe Potter Marie Potter Joyce Presley Whilemenia Richardson Donnie Robinson Lonnie Rush Gary Sandell Bobbye Jean Sheffield James Smith Carole Smyer Charles Stephens Cornel Stewart Andy Stokes Eleanor Stradling Jimmy Taylor Sally Thompson George Tillman Marion Todd Jack Vasko Howard Ward Yvonne Whitcomb Donna Jean White Charlotte Wright Charles Wright Nancy Yeager Mrs. Olive Arctander Mrs. Mary Nelle Avary Miss Barbara Coleman C f's:'e 'Z , -L- J W ' f ' 'J i 'I 35 af F a- 'Q Q safe-1 c .V A x-agp? ff ' an fi I A i 1 X fi li W1 4 I v 2.04, 3. 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William Martiniere Tommy McGill Bill McIntosh Billie Jean Morris Paul Mumm Pepper Myers Barbara Nelson Herman Nelson Jerry Nelson Jimmy Nuetzel Jerry Olsen Freshmen gather outside to chat at break 06 -J I' I.. 'Y fr 514 I 'ffm nf 44' 'Y fl 1 pi, s 'S K l.,- 1 QNX 'X -oo ww-v I , f , UBS' L! 3 If Ei A -5 ff 4'-uf or 'an Q., 1 -25 ,fv f'57"'i is ' .7 :asv f f-iff ff he a w' .. ' ' mlfi ,ks . va Ronnie Perry 'V' Wrlhelmena Pierce Judy Reynolds R J Reynor -6 T 'S' FRESHMEN Sydney Ruffo Joe Seay June Sims Elizabeth Street Bobby Stewart Dan Sullivan Frank T111 Arthur Thomas Charles Thompson Sidney Thompson Barbara Vasko Joe Vasko Shannon Wilson Gary Zyrlck Mrs Lou Brown MEN woRK:NG Q l f -4 "' ,A CA - 'fL"".. " 5' . ORGANIZATIONS srunslvr COUNCIL y 1 Representatives Malcolm Nelson, Judy Nahr- gang, Steve Thorburn and Edna Conrow plan Beautification Week, a project of the Student Council. Representatives Jimmy McKenzie, Becky Mason, Ann Dawson, and Mary Bankester wash desks during Beautification Week. - ,JIM ,- 13281 Officers plan with sponsor Mrs. Arctander. President CLARK MCCLELLAND Vice President CARVEL DEESE Secretary and Treasurer ANDY STOKES Ns E Kneeling, left to right: Robin Brutin, Bud Beaty, Jerry Ward, Tommy Calhoun, Jimmy Dill. Top: Elliot Tun stall, Charles Cleveland, Walter Poser, Fred Smith, Bill Mclntosh, Glen Richardson, Shannon Box. Top row, left to right: C. Marco, Brazil, White, Parker Freeman Filhngham L Marco Sarah Godwin Band Director, Miss Blanche Simmons. Bottom row: Keller L Mclntosh Rape Boddin Cummings Brumitt An drews, Huffman, Poser, C. Smyer. 1' BUCCANEER BAND - 6' Above: Seated: Conrow, Baggette, and T. Pizzotti. HONOR SOCIETY Front row: Jordan, Parker, Cleveland, Stabler. Middle row: Wahl, Leavins, Lyles, Harrod, Bryant Back row: Reynolds, Nelson, Waldrip, Mair, Man- ners, and Quiggle. Standing: Engel, F. Brown, Barrington, Stephens, Clarke, Marco, Yancey. Be low: Seated, left to rightgMcCle1land, Templin, Whitcomb, Whitehead, Niemeyer, Nelson, Mumm, Billie. Standing: Benik, Hall, Etheridge, Lucassen, Schermer, Wood, M. Bankester, H. Bankester, Kennedy, Harbison. Ba ggette Bankester Bankester Barrington Benik Billie Brown K . Clarke Cleveland Conrow Cummings Deese P. D. A. M. H J. G P. J. W C. I. I. A W. D T H G. I. " 'fin 4 A " ' 3-P 'S -3 A QQ I 5 S ., fa A F- on .5 I Gb SLI LM: v ft, . V- ,, .2 K rv n- 5: R 'Q' - if' 'lk 7 Y CQ, A ' Engel P.: - A Etheridge , -- P, Harbison ' 4 E. I-Iarrod J Jordon '.:,' ' -.. Kennedy v 'A 4- V' 3 2 I Leavins 5 5 fa 4 Mason X Nahrgang 4 I 1 g rg ,fi Nelson 5, X A Niemeyer A 'I' -A Parker ' W 6 'lx ff Quiggle 'QF' 3 Schermer 23" E 6 Stabler B I IV, Templin 'mf Wahl 'V 'Q Waldrip ' Whitehead R A if Woods Q-5 Yancey Officers, left to right: Etheridge, Song Leader, Holland, Par- liamentariang Butgereit, Treasurer, G. Nelson, Vice president Mrs. Beck, Sponsor, Benik, President, Ponder, Secretary, Stradling, Reporter, Yancey, Song Leader. l 'X FUTURE OF S151 5 xx I :XCJ Above, standing, left to right: Ferguson, Boone, Hall, Bumstead, Wright, M. Potter. Above, seated: Stradling, Sheffield, Todd, Robinson, Childress, Howell, Left, standing, left to right: Burmeister, M. J. Han- son, G. Hanson, Miller, Boothe, Presley, Cobble Calvert. Left, seated: Yeager, Wahl, Mason, Pintarelli, Pot- ter, Holliday, White, Nichols, Richardson. Right: Etheridge, A. Schermer, W. Nelson, Ponder, Salter, M. E. Lawrence, J. Keene, Manery, McLean. Sitting: Taylor, Evans, E. Nelson, L. Hanson, Anderson. HOMEMAK ERS AMERICA '15 ., x. Below, left: F.H.A, girls sing F.H.A. Song for the guests at the pot-luck supper. Above, standing: C. Schermer, M. Sheppard, B. Butgereit, F. Baggette, C, Yohn. Above, seated: M. Walker, E. Britton, M. E, Harrod Left: Ruth Holland announces fashions as Martha Jo Hanson models. Below, right: F.H,A, girls analyze materials at the Town and Country Shop. Front row, seated, left to right: Aubrey Lambert, Bobby Kilpatrick, Kenneth Shiver, Fritz Harrel, Second row: Edward Bishop, Jack Vasko. Third row: Douglas Lowery, Charles Stephens, Billy Barington, George Tillman, Tyrone Boone, Car- mel Stewart, FUTURE OF '- 'A Front row, seated, left to right: Jimmy McKenzie, Vice President, Mr. Grant, sponsor, Jack Grass, t if Front row, kneeling, left to right: Franklin Tomlinson, Wayne Gable, William Callo- way. Standing, second row: Jimmy Crest- man, Robert Payne, Jon Edmundson, Jack Newell, Gerald Calvert. Third row, stand- ing: Tommy Johnson, Tommy Tunstall, Raymond Landes, and Doyle Aplin. President. Standing, rear: James Bishop,Sentine1g Johnny Lucassen, Reporter, William Boothe, Par- liamentariang Clifford Street, Secretary, Tommy Hartshorn, Treasurer. Bottom row, left to right: James Seale, Frank Brown, Carol Ray Hall. Top row: Weldon Par- ker, Arthur Word, Arnold Cink. FARMERS AMERICA 'mf 1 A Q "" Jack Gr Grant, F.F.A, String Band in action at a Square Dance ass is congratulated by F,F,A, sponsor, Mr. for winning the Area F. F. A, Oratorical Conte st . F, F. A, String Band Left to right: Jack Grass, James Seale, Le- roy Lambert, Cedric Britton, Jimmy Mc- Kenzie. Seated: Carol Ray Hall. F,F,A, Square Dance scene. KEY CLUB MM. V3 Right, top row, left to right: C. R. Hall, I. Lucassen, A. Stokes, H. Brady. Kneel- ing: I. Grass. Above, standing, left to right: C. Deese, G Tillman, J. Wood. Seated: C. McC1e11and, H. Bankester, M. Nelson. Left, seated, left to right: C. Niemeyer, vice president, E. Hilyer, sponsorg D. Chatwood, president. Standing: J. McKenzie, sergeant-at-arms, S. Thorbum, treasurer, T. Smith, par- liamentariang A. Schack, secretary. - 1, fgl . 11.1 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Sponsors, standing: MISS BARBARA COLEMAN MRS. MILDRED BECK Officers, left to right: DANA HENNING, vice presidentg MARTHA MCDONALD, treasurer, PATTY REYNOLDS, president, CORLISS CONYERS, secretary. Right: Future teachers get actual practice in teaching at the elementary school. Left to right: Ann Brummitt and Louisa Marco. ? 55-53 3 Left: F, T. A, members prepare for Christmas Party to be given for the faculty. Left to right: Marilyn Sheppard, Betty Ann Salter, Georgia Fillingham, and Janey Cocke. Above: Cadmus Club sponsor and officers: Left to right: Dorothy Templin, presidentg Mrs. Mary Nelle Avary, sponsorg Louisa Marco, vice presidentg Etta Hataway, secretary and treasurer. Left: Cadmus Club members work daily in the library. Left to right: Myra Calvert, Marie Cob- ble, and Corliss Conyers. la- i-K AQWQZX CURVES AHEAD . . . gif - VJ if 5 y.. tl. -T , U , :I In '1:"f,J.jf saw ,ay -. 1 1 Q 5941-fN.g s. s ,YW '- I " 'mf Q ' . x If , b . . . Xi, l '-. s . W N I A 'L 1 ! ' ' 1 .CQ I ' Q ff A 'V , 'LQ LQWJ... 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SWEETHEARTS 23' T"-uv C3 SENIOR WHO'S WHO BEST PERSONALITY Jackle Morns Carol Ray Hall MOST ATHLETIC Theresa Pizzotti Dan Chatwood SENIOR WHO'S WHO BEST LOOKING Naomi Bryant Dan Chatwood ji T ' Cx FRIENDLIEST Jackie Morris Jack Grass I lil'- SENIOR WHO 'S WHO MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Dotty Cummings Harlan Bankester x, . 925-W ' - ' , s -f" WQAT.. i F JN " v , 1.1 , FA I F' f ,,,f- , pf.+M,, , 26011-p " fr, A ' ' Q BIGGEST FLIRT Ann Wilkie Michael Tunstall QA W 'V SENIOR WHO'S WHO SHYEST Frances Baggette Wilson Stabler ,hi " fb 'fx ' X AN-4' "7 p, WITTIEST Mary Eva Howell Michael Tunstall 7 'W f ' xy ff L , A -,,, VH?- N7 y 53- UNDER CLASSMEN WHO'S WHO FRIENDLIEST .1-.rr 55561 Ceulnvsnv ,,, Judy Nahrgang Carvel Deese ., , BEST-LOOKING Margie Ponder George Tillman QF' -gmnuv' 10137 junk ""'W X 1 , I X UNDERCLASSMEN WHO S WHO BEST PERSONALITY Judy Nahrgang Andy Stokes I T-is 6, f .'5s'- '- " Fw 1 J 4 , .i . ', ' . 'D , X A.g.n,. 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Calloway, A. Word J. Hamilton, A, Stokes, J. Grass, J. Bishop, J. Calloway. Third row: B. Kilpatrick, C. Stephens, S, Th0IbUrH, I. LUCBSSCH. I. Allen, J. McKenzie, J. Cummins, P. Nelson, R, Johnson, B. Nolan, C. R. Hall, Coach Hammer. .-'A. A .. FOOTBALL PLAYERS JIMMIE ALLEN Tackle JAMES BISHOP Back HANK BRADY Back WILLIAM CALLOWAY JIMMY CALLOWAY Back Back -.rf , 5+ 1-Simi? S 1 -f ra 4 .., V4 If, .- RAYMOND LANDIS JOHNNIE LUCASSEN CLARK MCCLELLAND End End Guard FOOTBALL Victory over Robertsdale is an exciting win for Fairhope's Buccaneer Band and Majorettes. Miqn A funn it JT,- BILLY JOE MCDONALD BOBBY MCKIBBON Center End JIMMY MCKENZLE Tackle ALAN MUMM Back PAUL NELSON End ROBERT NELSON Guard CARLTON NIEMEYER Guard 'iv . ' 4+ , . 'gif ,Z .. , 'I' Ls. ' ' 535141 -, 4- ' -.' .9-1 w . , , .-'.. -W ,nw .4 fi ":':3ii- E'-" 'V ' ' 'vfv 'alt' 'f' ' . -1- ' " . 'A 521' ' , 'fu 75' 5'5"-' J' 'Y' ., MA, ,E , N An + .513 1, .T 5715" ' " ' hi' V' ' t '. ' ' V'-'N vii.: ,iff '..-W2 BILL NOLAN LAMAR owENs LONNIE RUSH Back Tackle End F O O TBALL Homecoming game provides exciting thrills to the spectators Q ,, .,zf,kN. Q, ,,.jZ, f., - ., 44 5 4, S ' Y 3" . , .n,Lx55c,b3lf,' ,Ad Q 1 , mm,V,w:5i4,Q.4jLiu Q -:f..,, . . H b ' 71 ,F 33,.:'4iF -. ,hw .4 ,, iff 1.5.-e Z,-r'-i'. C CHARLES STEPHENS ANDY STOKES Tackle TRUMAN SMITH Back Back PERRY THOMAS FOOTBALL Center STEVE THORBURN Tackle JIMMY WOOD Back ARTHUR WORD Guard Football Captains - Chatwood and Grass Schedule of Wins and Losses in Football 1956-57 DATE OPPONENT September 14 Robertsdale September 21 Bay Minette September 28 Grove Hill October 5 Leroy October 12 Atmore October 19 Citronelle October 26 Semmes November 9 U.M.S. November 16 Baker November 21 Foley Fairhope Pirates and Robertsdale Bears pile up in first game of season. SCORE - FAIRHOPE OPPONENT 19 6 6 19 13 25 6 19 13 0 13 13 13 6 25 27 33 6 6 13 Cheerleaders. Top: Morris, Mason, Yeager, Pizzotti. Bottom: Billie, Robinson, Nahrgang, Cink. ig-ur fa Y D I .,fx f 'fly '- 3411. Left to right, P. Thomas, W. Fuller, I. Wood, A. Baugh, H. Nelson, I. Lucassen, H. Bankester, P. Nelson, D. Chatwood, H. Brady. "BABY" PIRATES HB!! TEAM 00 2 Top row: Leonard Penry, Forward, Bobby Mcliibbon, Center, Billy Joe McDonald, For ward, Bobby Kilpatrick, Forward, Al Conrow, Center. Bottom row, Carlton Neimeyer, Guard, Andy Stokes, Forward, Robert Nelson, Guard, Gary Sandell, Guard, John Whitcomb, Guard. HARLAN BANKESTER, Captain Forward BASKETBALL ASHTON BAUGH HANK BRADY DAN CHATWOOD Forward Guard Guard WALT FULLER I-IERMAN NELSON PAUL NELSON Guard Center Forward BASKETBALL JOHNNIE LUCASSEN , Captain Center PERRY THOMAS Forward JIMMY WOOD Guard Lucassen goes up for two points. OPPONENT Semmes Vigor Baker Vigor Foley U.M. S. Baker Organic Satsuma McGill U.M. S. SCHEDULE OF WINS AND LOSSES IN BASKETBALL 1956 57 OPPONENT Foley Robertsdale Bay Minette Roberlsdale Bay Minette Satsuma Se mmes Organic McGill Tour na mem McGill Johnnie Lucassen jumps for rebound Jimmy Wood recovers from a rebound. K f! , f Q 4- Q v ,Q Q Dsroun. .. '. , fx 41 .- ", , P ', .EJ -rf .h , . Q c .L AXEQ.. 5 ' T' 'gsisxgfgl -if O s .Q K f -' 5 Cir., 1 A 4.. 4.4 5- -ff' 4 .-,,,-,g ':4ix','.-QL ' 'Y A .".'- 4 Rf- ,z fn - V 'ffikiif g n ,.1 . ,,, 4, xgfg' 1 X ai , - - KYB' "':..,, . . . V. r, 2 v.- f 'X A 4 'n -bf. ., A ' ' M-f-Qfb:,f3 J J 'ff'1.1 , A1111-'fi7.'4 : F-'i,.," ' 55" 'A m f"1 y-.gy ' 4 I 1 Q M.: Y 'ilu-W.-.N fm- - f I , , . ' ly ' S 'a ,V , .. ,I A , , x 1 I. g 1 ." . . t 5 , Vx X - xx . Q,l,g" A141 -. , , 4 ,v Q 5. 1 px L. i, V , " r Q 1 , x :. ,P Y N . wh . . Q V, -V w . xl' '..v 'V s ' 1 5'i iv f' .f w. N' 5 ,M .,... X X ying.-,-B' 5 ' 1 'K ' V . 4 ., 33, 'A 71, r - .. . .1 25 ,t It .543 .5 1 '4' 2-V Jus, S . f.. . ,4l x fl ' ' 41' V . 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Left: Huge bell to be seen in the lobby of the Archives Building. --1 MISCELLANEOUS MEANDERINGS OF THE PHOTOGRAPHER f-09 N11 1957 SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY While rrdrng blrthely along rn my new space shrp the other day I notrced that my televr sron telephone set bore the name and trademark of James Stephens now head desrgner for General Electrrc Thrs led me to wonderrng where all the members of the senror class of 1957 were lrvrng and workrng I decrded to call the class gossrp Marlene Landers to frnd out Marlene rs now rn the process of drvorcrng her srxth husband and rncreasrng her alrmony Marlene knew everythrng and was delrghted to tell We settled down for a nrce long chat Of course I already knew about Mrke Tunstall and Clark McClelland Mrke rs now prlot of my space shrp and Clark rs campargnrng for the offrce of Head of the Mobrle Dogcatcher Depart ment We always knew Clark had polrtrcal asprratrons Marlene told me that Cedrrc Brrtton has put Harry Belafonte out of busrness wrth hrs catchy folk tunes Hrs Flounder Boat Song makes the teenagers swoon Alan Mumm frnally got hrs heart's desrre and marrred Mrss Coleman He rs servrng as pro fessor rn a grrls college rn the Wrld West The assocratron of F B D A has recerved great opposrtron from Mrs Carol Ray Hall nee Patsy Mason who rs now the frery leader of the Women s Temperance Unron Yes Carol Ray and Patsy frnally marrred They never argue any more but Carol Ray complarns that those charn marl shrrts Patsy made for hrm are awfully hot rn the summertrme Suzanne Manners rs wrrtrng the Advrce to the Lovelorn rn the Jackson Tennessee Herald She uses the pen name of Drckre night and hasn t been seen smce Mary Eva Howell rs now srngrng regularly on the Grand Old Opry Leroy Lambert and Jack Grass accompany her on therr guitars made of pure gold Harlan Bankester rs now a commercral frsherman specialrzrng rn crabs Wrlson Stabler rs the most popular lecturer rn the publrc speaking group for the ladres clubs of Amerrca Guess who rs teaching trrgonometry at the Universrty of Alabama? None other than Dan Chatwood Dan rs assrsted by Mandy Robinson who operates an orphan's home on the srde Mandy has a trme keeping up wrth her own ten children Diane Benik ls teachmg bop at the Fred Astaue Dance Studio Theresa Wahl recently won S64 000 00 on television on the subject Types of Lepidoptera rn the Wilds of Southeastern Baldwin County Edna Conrow drstributes prlls in the Infirmary at Georgia Tech Wonder why she wanted a place lrke that? Carol Stradling Libby Bntton and Betty Lou Childress are lrvrng at Barin Freld wrth therr husbands and children They have started a llttle newspaper on the base to keep up their work rn Joumalrsm Jerry Cummins has become an intemational bank robber A reducing salon has been opened by Ruth Holland and belreve rt or not her most faithful customer rs Norma Yancey Gertrude Nelson rs now busrness manager of the NEW YORK TIMES That sweet vorce took her a long way Weldon Parker is now Hrs Excellency the Governor of Alabama Hrs speeches all sound like he is readrng MACBETH Dotty Cummmgs after making a fortune on her parkrng meters at Mary Anne Beach owns three tree houses wrth burlt rn swrmmrng pools frve Lincolns and a cat Ann Wrlkre rs still frrst rn line at the Pearly Gates and Frank Brown rs nght behrnd her They're wartrng to recerve their wings Two catastrophes have struck the class of 1957 Vrrginra Irby perrshed whrle testing an underwater fountain pen and Fred Smrth blew himself up wrth hrs lrttle boy s chemistry set Bettye Rushrng and Bemrce DeFrhppr are marned to pearl drvers and hve next door to each other on therr houseboats. Hank Brady, our class actor, rs performing now on Broadway as the lovable grandpa rn a play called, "Professor, How Could You?" Nobody knows what happened to Allen Harbison who vanished into the woods graduation Barbara Butgerert and her husband Donald entertam many guests rn therr frfty room palace on the Rhrne tn Germany Alex Marr and Nathan Havard have made a small fortune w1th a small stxll rn Daphne They drew the plans rn the 1957 physrcs class Therr trucks are operated by Farrel Carngan xn hrs own specral orange unrform and Grbson Jones operates the lever whrch executes any revenue men who come near the sull Patncxa Barrrngton has nrne boys and IS tryxng for a football team Occasronally she VISIIS the mrnk farm now operated by Etta Hataway and Arthur Word who have elght lovely daughters Frances Baggette 15 the travelrng saleslady for the latest Jet Cosmetrcs guaranteed to smear Iackre Hall owns the local gamblrng caslno where she IS asslsted by Blg Boy Jrm Brown Clarene Hammontree and Cora Yohn are charter members of the Interplanetary Kmttrng Socrety located rn Foley Thmgs have changed Naomr Bryant advertrses beauty soap on TV She never marned but has been proposed to 109 trmes Alrce Creamer owns frve Blue Ford convertrbles and a small dog whrch she calls Jrmbo both Teachmg cheerleadrng at MISSISSIPPI Southern IS Jackle Morrrs Her perenmal student rs Jrmmy McKenz1e He was always the scholarly one Theresa and Frances Prntarelh are Jomt owners of a huge shrrmp factory rn Daphne They produce syntheuc shrrmp Jack P1ll1on was voted Mr America last year Tessre Przzottr operates a cocker spanrel farm on Frsh Rxver Also on the rrver IS the camp of our bachelor Arnold Cmk who throws wlld partres every Saturday mght James Seale and hrs wlfe were among the frrst colomsts on the moon and we have heard very httle from them The same nrght that Allen Harbrson drsappeared Mary Jean P1zzott1 vanrshed Iohnnle Lucassen returned to F H S as agnculture teacher He loves hrs work so much that he hves rn the agrrculture buxldmg Betty Sh1ver rs now drrvrng a school bus to take care of her own frfteen chxldren Marlene had to run to court to get her allmony so that was all I could leam I decrded to fly on home for my lunch vrtamme prll. Dotty Cummlngs Mary Eva Howell Joyce Lyles is in jail for bigamy. She couldn't decide between Leon or Robert so she married Left to right: Becky Billie, Patsy Mason, Nancy Yeager, Jackie Morris Theresa Pizzotti, Judy Nahrgang, Mandy Robinson, and Janet Cink. fi we 9535451 CHEERLEADERS Q0 'LTO 5 QSJSPSETYIXCQSA +59 4. 09 xf-5 013015506 FAIRHOPE 'S 850 f4N6kI'8Q 2' Olivia-. N4 '00 NCP ffQ,,N R c X ,F 46 Nr if If 5 V 'N f Q rj xa x, 'FIU nxmm? nr A 5 Left to right: Sunny Malone, Virginia Irby, Willene Nelson, Ann Wilkie, Jean Keene, Lorelei Cadwell, and Margie Ponder. Kneeling: Edna Conrow. s Y il FAIRHOPE 'S MAJORETTES we H , - f y Zn: ' ,ya -rf... 7542? ' Z W V'-H ' Q-'15, lr ,L ,W,,QMw.,,r am, ,W . 7: 3 ' ,- .. -- 4. . ' T . ig ' - . T I, gp., , Head Majoretteg EDNA CONROW JEAN KEENE EDNA CONROW MARGIE PONDER LORELEI CADWELL WILLENE NELSON VIRGINIA IRBY SUNNY MALONE ANN WILKIE BASEBALL TEAM 1957 of Right. Catchers, left to right: Farrel Carri- gan, Carleton Niemeyer, and Leonard Penry. Above. Bottom row, left to right: Penry, Lu- cassen, P. Nelson, Chatwood, Smith, R. Nelson, Bankester, Thomas. Top row: Bill Nolan, Carrigan, Coach Hammer, Fuller, H. Nelson, Stephens, Niemeyer, Stokes, Sandell, Pillion, Brady, and Randy Hammer Left. Pitchers: Herman Nelson and Paul Nelson. y . l BASEBALL PLAYERS - 1957 ..- Qqb., 3 v, W ,4 any ' Q I 1 'L S I NE. ,, 1' X J L f 1' Lf' w. . ,f 9 4. 1 . We-"'L Q5 KEEP TO RIGHT i xi I .Q ,. I ,., M Q " IX xx X x 'L gf . ,, 1 u 1'i'L5.k'::X"'.f , . v ti g ,-"v - I 'jg 4 V 5225: J if , J,,,fQ,,, , 33"if'E'f'A ' 53? 1-34,4 ' 1 "'5fif13'3 'KMZWL ' YK Ai 'E-, ffh ? ,,-kwyft 3 , , ,, 5 , t l x I Y K f " ' , ' My f' W , ,f , 'V 'yy 4 31,f,gji,AgQiM5fg,ggf,'y.A Q ,f Q 1 " I , Q -f'iJ:'jrf'jZZf'h:, ' ': y , . 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NNY CIN DOI A ' 3 BROADCASTER AND BAY BREEZE STAFF '65 3 Ae CAROL STRADLING JIM BROWN Editor of Business Manager Broadcaster of Broadcaster 'N agile!! f MISS MARIANNE DAVIDSON I Sponsor THE COMBINED STAFFS OF THE BROADCASTER AND BAY BREEZE WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL THE MERCHANTS FOR THEIR ADVERTISEMENTS Below left to nght Helen Waldnp Sharlyne War mg James Seale Mandy Robmson and Becky B1111e DQTTY CUMMINGS GERTRUDE NELSON Edltor of Bustness Manager Bay Breeze of Bay Breeze an-ai Below Elizabeth Button Jerry Cummins Betty Lou Chrldress B111y Purvxs Mary Eva Howell and Mtke Tunstall -U T 'viii as y so Q xxx. xxx!! A A 43 A 2- 4 A 1 A y ES: Ax g E X A ff'f'..iA 'ff' Compliments of SHELL- vgwfd- fm? FASHION CORNER SC to 55.00 S I Fairhope, Alabama l ,XI C Ladies'Appare1 A Dol1ar's Worth for a Dime." We Have E . I ve rythmg Fairhope , Alabama Qaaqgefzb "The House That Has and Always Gives What It Advertises." Mobi1e's Finest Department Store Compliments of Nfll: VAST: QS "Mobile's Accepted Style Center for Men. ' ' Mobile Prichard 'M INXICDBILJE FIXTURE AND EQUIPMENT CO 24 South Water Street Mob1le Alabama Phone HE 3 0336 Complete Food Servlce Equ1pment QD?-1-ICJC: SUPPLIES INC General F1reproof1ng Metal Off1C6 Furmture 155 St Joseph St Mob1le Alabama SUPPLY COMPANY INC Bu11dmg Supphes Vlrglnla at Concept1on Street HE 3 7465 P O Box 1185 Moblle Alabama CH N Cl-HMS LAUNDRY One Day SCIVICC at 361 St Lou1s St CI-IIN S LAUNDRY AND CLEANER Mob1le Alabama I 45?-Qmzf add zest to the hour AQRA UTl1o Q, 'P' ffm csv RI IERA TILITIE Choo se Hotp Look to Fan-hope A' abama oint Appliances for Your Home Hotpoint for the Finest -- First Riviera Utilities Fairhope and Foley EAII2 I-IOIDE COLJI2 IEI2 A PTOQTGSSIVQ Paper for a Progresslve People Fa1rhope Alabama IPAIQKEIQ I-ICDLJSE RESTAURANT AND MOTEL. South s Fmest Foods On H1ghway 89 the Short Scen1c I7-QCJSI:-lli PRINTING COMPANY 107 South Sect1on Street Fan-hope Alabama Recelpt Books a Speclalty We Sh1p to Twenty two States Phone WA 8 8389 ASSCCIAI I: 5 I CJI-dl: Home Owned Home Operated ED NIEME Y ER Alabama s Playground Falrhope Alabama W T' ' ' J Routehlfrom Mobile to Pensacola - - VVE SPI I:.I4IXI AUTO VVALLET2 EBTQCDES Anythlng From a Gem C11p to a Safe Off1ce Furnlture Receptlon Room Furnlture Royal at St Anthony For Your Offlce Needs D1a1 HE Z 5694 Mob1le Alabama Good Luck Senlors Zgfmdm QEAI.-rv +'f-1'H2s5T COMPANY FINANCE REALTORS INSURERS CQNAIDANY Fan-hope Avenue Fairhope, Alabama Fa1rhope, Alabama Office Supphes Office Machines QX N UN! 53'-9 Congratulatlons to the Sen1ors From Your Savlng s Inst1tut1on M-N .QQ F K if-,,,,, ' FAIRHOPE OFFICE Where It Pays to Save Off1cers GEORGE K PAGE ORT H ERTZINGER VICB M DYSON V1ce W P BALDWIN VICE Pres1der1t Presldent Presldent Pres1dent SIDNEY CHANDLER Secretary Treasurer O K CUIVIMINGS Ass 1: Secretary Treasurer D1rectors W P BALDWIN L W BRANNAN JR SIDNEY CHANDLER M DYSON ORT ERTZINGER GEORGE K PAGE Falrhope Off1C6 BALDWIN COUNTY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 105 S Sectlon St Fan-hope, Alabama - I 1927-1957 ff djlllllc 4 XSYHXS ' 5? ,, , V ,ylfrfi -LN '11 V as -- .Gr Pa , if I ' if: if 4 - ' ' ' v 5 , 4 Y, .x i 1- nn , , 'Q' w- I V 4.,' ' .. - ' 1 Y ' ,V -fe. A I V. ' Qf4-,i:" A -1' . ll il 1 IU ll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . 1 1 t In In 1 1 i 1 nl In 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 . . . an 1 1 1 1 1 In 1 ul 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ' . . I . . . . For the Best Taste Yet P1Ck Peps1 QZWQ4 Qtr If "1- fgafzfdwy Qwfdwgf 1461 S Washmgton Avenue Moblle Alabama Y-J SOUTHERN 1312! LE AUTO PARTS COMPANY GTOW1ng Wlth Falrhope Convexuently Located on FURNITURE COMPANY Fan-hope Alabama Sect1on Street 1n Fa1rhope Phone: WA-8-8533 F-'AXIIQI--ICDl3E In Mobile at 156 North Lawrence "We Get the Spot That Others Forgot. " Phone HE-2-1788 Fa1rhope, Alabama i ,P , fmt .. , f l ' if' f IQLJI I I.I. .2 CCDIVIIZBAIXIY Plu1'nb1ng E1ectr1ca1 Heatmg Butane Gas 24 Hour Serv1ce NACKEAN PAINT AND HARDWARE STORE Boats and Mar1ne Suppl1es Fa1rhope Alabama Phone WA 8 8141 Why Not 'P Meet Your Frlends GRAY S A AND W ROOT BEER DRIVE IN Fa1rhope at Church Streets I-I I LCQI.-:IQ!Xl.D IVICD I CDI-SS DeSoto Plymouth Church Street Fa1rhope Alabama WA 8 2132 Complunents of FAIRWOOD AND FAIRHOPE GROCERIES Faiz-hope , Alabama JOHN S HUFFMAN AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate Brokers 225 Fa1rhope Avenue JOHN S HUFFMAN WA 8 8393 E C SLYE WA 8 8176 Off1Ce Number WA 8 8769 , . f,fi . . I . . . -. - ..- . - O -. . , 'Q 7 'f 'in 0 . I 11 I . . -- OO tt . -- -- Serving the Eastern Shore for Forty Years BANK CDF: 1-7,4112 I-lC13E Fairhope Alabama On Mobile Bay Board of Directors c c BALDWIN chalrman H G BISHOP c L BLQXHAM SAM DYSON J. E. GASTON T. J. KLUMPP WILLIAM R. RUFFLES, JR. Officers H. G. BISHOP ------------------- President R. R. TEAMER ------ Vice President and Loan Officer JOHN BEASLEY -------- ---------- C ashier MRS. MARLENE ROBINSON - - ----- Assistant Cashier KLUMPP MOTOR COMPANY Sales Serv1ce 1 Chevrolet and O1dsmob11e 13-7!5xH2I-ICDIDE Zzzw MMQWZ? ? ANIMAL CLINIC SHO PS DR THEODORE L GAIL 32 South Sect1on Street Phone WA 8 2346 F airhope, Alabama Phone WA-8-5691 - Fashion Mart shoes EAS I SSI-KDIQEZ "F or Clothing BAKERY Needs From Head to Toe" See Us for Your Party Baked Items . . . Baked Fresh Daily Modern Beauty Salon F airhope , Alabama Men's Shop ' Phone WA-8-2122 Q , , UT , , N t fi?" ' 1- l , . . , 4 .1 ', 'Y, Y A 'J' N-f ' X . . I C . - - For Cloth1ng Needs From Head to Toe pabill 'S Its Heian? The Place to Go Fairhope Avenue at Section Street Phone WA 8-8216 "Famous for Fine Foods the World Over" Mobile s F1nest Restaurant QWQZZWZZWZQ 11 North Royal Street Mob1le Alabama EUNDAYDIN 0 M'o'IU' MAKE EVERY MEAL A SUNDAY DINNER OLD SPANISH FORT RESTAURANT Famous From Coast to Coast for Fme Phone HE Z 9757 HUFFSTETLER BUSINESS COLLEGE Complete Stenograpluc or Stenototyp1st Course for S40 50 Znd Floor O Gwynn Bu1ldJ.ng D1al HE Z 2276 Mob1le Alabama l 1 1 . , I , - NE Q , l A Foods Compl1ments IV!!-XY SUPPLY COMPANY North Royal Street Mob1le Alabama Machinery Contractor s Equlpment TURNER SUPPLY COMPANY 250 North Royal Street Mob1le Alabama Industrlal and E1ectr1cal Steel Products VVEI NACKEIQS Government Street at Cather1ne Hallmark Cards Band Instruments Record Players Sheet Muslc Records PRICHARD MUSIC AND APPLIANCE COMPANY Prlchard Alabama Home of Phonograph Records Compllments of Wim 65 Wife COMPANY 66 South Royal Street Mob1le Alabama Always a Pleasure to Serve You DAMQICH SHOE STORE For 75 Years Home of Arnerlca s Fmest Shoes for Men Women and Chlldren 205 Dauphln Street Mob1le Alabama AMERICAN l'OOD COMPANY, INC. Mobile, Alabama Q fedex! "Caters to Institutions" WARLEY FRUIT AND PRODUCE CO. ' of I ' 'Almost Everything ' ' 113 Main Street GL. Z-3 661 I KZQWWJW HJQH I ING C-3001913 CCDIXXI TDANY D1st rlbutors of W1lson 259 Dauph1n Street D1al HEI 3 3721 For All Your Sportmg Needs Come to See U ' ' iam it-JCJ1-4 f HXIC-'J CUCDC DL QS CZCDFNXIFQAIXINK Elstabhshed 188 6 Excluswe D1StI1bUtOrS of MacGregor and Rawllngs AthlCt1C Equ1pment D1al HE. 2 5624 Spot B11t Shoes Sand Sweaters 76 Dauphln Mob11e Alabama t . , THE Watches D1amonds ZKZM MW! ZLJNDELS ALABAMA 8 South Conceptlon Street 213 A Contl Street Mob1le Alabama Mob1le Ala S11ver Ch1na Compllments of FSILDCDCDC D13 JULIUS GOLDSTEIN AND SONS 3 South Royal Everythlng for Your Off1Ce Mob1le Alabama HE O 82 Juuus Gouus HN QSO WEATHERBY FURNITURE CO Complete Home Furn1shers Kroehler .. WEATHER svfs "f FURNITURE C0 309 Governrnent Street 105 Sh1pyard Street Mob1le Alabama Cluckasaw Alabama HE2 7751 HE3 5110 Everythmg for the Home You Pay Less for the Best - No Carry1ng Charges 1 I OF . D . , I . . ll ' ' 99 Blueprints - Photostats . 9 ' ' Q 0 ' 1' When You re 1n Moblle' ' ' TWO GREAT STORES ONE GREAT DOWNTOWN SHOPPING CENTER DAUPHIN STREET ROYAL STREET CONTI STREET g . . -.. LAWRENCE SAI F-'Q COMPANY TOM LAWRENC E Owne r Peanut Butter Sandwiches De11c1ous Candies Tom s Toasted Peanuts Mob1le 5 Alabama Speedwrltlng Shorthand Our Specialty 20th CENTURY BUSINESS COLLEGE Prepare for a Future 1n Business 253 St Anthony St HEI 2 5953 Mob1le Alabama Your Education Deserves the Best Stenog raphy, Accounting , Busines s Compliments of 'rr-4 E 7fzz4zZ?5 DISTRIBUTING COMPANY, INC Administration, I.B.M. Office Machines, Clerk-Typist, Secretarial and General Office Work. "Prepare for High-Salarled Office Positions With a Future." 66 Beauregard Street HE Z-7551 Mobile , Alabama i Y, , - Y --F-,Y . ,Y - M V-lu, i rg 1 Y Y V fa,-eff W I Y" 'V 2 . . . . 9 . l . . 1 1 1 , ll ' ' DI . - - . . . I os - 'nl . For Sparkhng Good Health Get Sunbeam Energy F1rst Compllments of SWTH 0- SHAIQPES Yours to Enjoy SMITH S SUNBEAM BREAD 662 St Louls Street Baked Fresh Each Day by SINXIVVI-I 5 Mob1le Alabama BAKERY Frlend of the Farrnly for More Than D1al HE 3 1256 50 Years Cornpllrnents of Mygfidfl For Dependable Movlng Phone HE 3 1655 P. O. Box 1312 50 56 North Water Street Mob1le, Alabama ' 'S vs V M u 32- DNV HH, qs RD INC. . . . n a q Cornplirnents of Q51-451-:IQES 1-CD1-5 C51-5CDCERll::iD "More for Your Money - Simple as That" 9 North Commerce Moblle , Alabama T2L.J'I"Z MUSIC AND PIANO SALES COMPANY Home of Baldwln and Wurhtzer P1anos World Famous Band Instrurnents Olds Selmer Holton C G Conn .Tom Our Instrumental Gu1tar and Accord1on Classes Old Crown Theater Bu1ld1ng 2.70 Dauph.1n Street HEI 8 1583 Mob11e Alabama Compllments of WMM BAKERY COMPANY Your Fr1ends Say Malb1s Bread Stays Fresher Longer Malb1s Bakery Moblle Alabama - Q .4 . . I D 9 ' ' 55 . - . . ' Il . a Q . - 7 1 I FAIRHOPE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Ofhcers Presldent MR WALTER POSER V1ce Pres1dent MR ERNEST RAY ROBERTS Secretary MRS A E CONROW Treasurer MRS ED NIEMEYER , 0 'Q 5 -.gli I ,. ' -' H 2 R -1 N Q I H 1 A i Glow STANLEY KASUBA Reprewffmg T-T!-Xll2l-ICDIDE STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANY Auto L1fe F11-e Save Up to 401: D1x1e Hotel Bu1ld.1ng Fa1rhope Alabama Office Phone: WA-8-9411 Residence Phone: WA-8-8186 Bu1ld1ng Materlals Hardware Sportlng Goods Furnlture Westlnghouse Apphances D1a1 WA 8 9266 Fairhope , Alabama P A 5- K , Gnmh 5 r HARDWARE AND SUPPLY CO., INC Cong ratulations Graduates ' From 722 ZMQZW I Nl C Fairhope Alabama Where the Girls Will Find Success in Fashions Shop and Save HOLLAND S DRUGS Fairhope Alabama WA 8 8423 PONDER COMPANY INC Serving the Eastern Shore Our Aim Is to Please Plxunbing Repairing .T M PONDER Phone WA 8 2871 Compliments of CDEDCDIXXI E3 755493 F11'St 1n Shoes Fan-hope Alabama FAIRHOPE. HATCHERY Fairhope Avenue and Section Street Auburn Strain White Leghorn Chicks D Strain White Leghorn Dekalb No 101 Fairhope Alabama Narco Crosses Rhode Island Reds Phone WA 8-7511, Fairhope, Alabama . 7 if 0 il 1 I . Heating - Electrical Contracting I mama 5702?-676 JEWELRY COMPANY 2.05 Government Street HE 3 1398 Long1nes W1tI:nauer Hamllton Gruen Elgln Bulova Spe1de1 Kre1s1er Swank Flex let At Downtown Theater Bulldmg Mob1le Alabama Nat1onal1y Famous F1ne Merchand1se Quallty Is the Value Keepsake Starf1re Elgm Arnencan She affer I IIC ill I Keepsa e N l I ' Ulllllll I I' ' ' Shi k . onAMoNo nmss . C CAMILLA HANSON BUTLER JAMES I. JOHNSON 7:11191 llpiud Many Others Mob1le s Authonzed Keepsake Dealer Rerrungton Sunbeam Norelco ll f ' ' T XXX TAYLOR PUBLISHING CO VJ 1 rfifw s Ill M i si f5NTRAL I m CD4 'D N I i ME QI! I -- is f -- W ...w..A,,,,,, H11 W I- iigvd 2 ' il no-f. ,J ,,.,.i -l2'P Shaq lang A ,er ,! -Q " M fs? 1.15 ' , , gf . 1 ,.', .,-- ,.. Q: .. f : , . I .V L Y 5- 1 ,. V ., . x 1 nh X J-, ,,MQVfi,,,X,,4,i 1,1-,-,X 4 17,21 ,I ,1,5.,,-Q , IA J y ,I E ,y ,, , I JH K, -,,,4n..,x 14' 5' 'UN ,ff ' I ',f-'mf' , 1 1 'g' KM QM' . In x'1,3 1 . 1 , :N N qi X , v' x, f L. 1 . 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