Farmerville High School - Pine Knot Yearbook (Farmerville, LA)

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V L . fi -.aw " 77 an-.. fluxig, Pine Knot 1960 Yearbook Staff Farmervilie High School Farmerviile, Louisiana Volume Seventeen TABLE OF CONTENTS BUILDINGS ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES ORGANIZATIONS FEATURES SPORTS CLASSES ADVERTISERS STUDENT INDEX FORE WORD In composing the 1960 PINE KNOT, the yearbook staff has tried to present apictorialhistory ofthe past year atFarmervil1e High School. We hope that in future years you will find this annual a constant source of pleasure. The staff is deeply indebted to the faculty of the school and to the many business concerns of Farmerville without whose support it would have been impossible to produce this yearbook. Each day approximately 837 commuting and 103 local boys and girls receive six hours of instruction in the above two school buildings. The high school building, in which grades 7 - 12 are housed, is pic- tured to the left, while to the right is a very unusual shot of the elementary building . The appearance of the buildings pictured on this page has been greatly enhanced by the landscaping project executed under the combined sponsorship of the Farmerville P.T.A. and the local school board. Buildings The Home Economics cottage is one of the most Farmerville school's cafeteria serves approximately modern and well-equipped of its type. The students 840 students at an average cost of853.6O daily. Each who receive instruction here are most appreciative student receives abalanced meal for the small amount of the arcade that was built during this last year's of 10475 which is supplemented by the 17:2 per pupil building program. allowance from the state. Since the agricultural program has been discontinued in Farmerville school, the shop section of the building is now used by parish maintenance men while the classroom is used as a book storage room by the elementary school. 4Picture on lefty The old Farmerville elementary building pictured on the right is presently being used for individual piano lessons, for the special education class, and for storage space. It was completed in the year 1925 and was used as the high school building for many years. Buildings The gymnasium, one of the largest in the area, will accommodate 3,000 people comfortably. It was recently modernized with the addition of the latest athletic equipment, and a new resurfaced basketball floor. CPicture at lefty The scoreboard and clock, which was installed in 1957 under the sponsorship of the Farmerville Lions Club, has made the viewing of home football games much more interesting for the spectators. I i ill v' I 'lflb' ' I HIT' r Ivmliu ll lwnu fl 'nlfhl nn-ur' 'X SUIIH gl' , A -1355-4 ,zwv , gg: NP' -'W X , livin., 'YQ' 'ry Adminisfrvffon W. D. CLINTON Principal Farmerville High B.A . , Louisiana Tech M.E. , LSU The students of the class of 1960 are to be congratulated upon the outstanding yearbook they have produced. It is the result of extensive planning, long and hard work by the students, coupled with able leadership of their sponsors - Mrs. Lillian Miller and Mrs. Marjorie Wade. This book will serve as a mirror for all students into which they may look and review the activities of the school year 1959-60 at Farmerville High School. For the senior class, I hope this year will be the most memorable one of their high school career. May I take this opportunity to wish for all students the best of everything - especially the seniors as they will soon face some of the realities of life. Sincerely yours, W. D. CLINTON HORACE NOLAN Principal Farmerville Elementary B.A . , Louisiana Tech M.E. , LSU The staff and sponsors of the yearbook are to be commended for their excellent work. I am sure that I speak for the faculty and student body of the Farmerville Elementary School when I say that this PINE KNOT is one to be appreciated. It is evident thatmany hours ofplanning , time, and work have been required to make the publication possible. The yearbook is an example of the type of work that you can do. May the experience that you have had serve to remind you that worthwhile things do not come easy, but are a result of choice, study, and hard work. Sincerely, HORACE NOLAN J. G. ELLIOTT FAYE FUTCH DORIS GASTON Superintent of SChO01S Supervisor of Schools Lunchrooms Supervisor Union Parish Union Parish Union Parish Parish School Officials The members ofthe Union Parish School Board are as follows: SITTING, left to right: J. V. Allen, Ward 5, J. G. Elliott, Secretary-Treasurer, Charles Allen, Ward 25 R. W. Rhodes, Ward 3, and E. W. Hageman, Ward 4. STANDING are B. O. Rockett, Ward 10g B. D. Holloway, Ward 6g R. L. Chapman, Ward 7, I. R. Ballard, Ward 131. L. Silmon, Ward 9, and W. M. Gardner, Ward 8. Nh Ill? xl AQ-nun-vii AUDREY ALBRITTON Third Grade B.A ., Louisiana Tech M.A. , Mississippi College COMMERCE Learning the fundamentals of typewriting is Mrs. Gladys K. Ra- bun's 3rd period typing class. One of the main attractions of this class is no homework, but no shirking of lessons during class is allowed. This is a very important course to have and Farmerville High is indeed for- tunate in having such an outstanding commerce department. SALLIE B. ALLEN First Grade B.A ., Louisiana Tech I 3 'ik-fr-'J S Qs K' s 'X Q 1 BLAKE ALBRITTON E. I. ALBRITTON Coach, Social Studies Coach, Social Studies B,A,, Louisiana Tech B.A., Louisiana Tech M.A., University of Arkansas Faculty INEZ ANDREWS MARGIE ANTLEY Fi1'SI Grade Physical Education, English B.A -. L0HiSiaH3 Tech B.A ., Louisiana Tech D 'Q-wr-,H coRR1E ARMSTRONG IRIS ARMSTRONG TOMMY BANKSTON E1'1g1iSh Fourth Grade Coach, Social Studies B.A . , Louisiana Tech B.A. , Louisiana Tech B.S. , Louisiana College M.A. , University of Chicago M.A. , Northwestern Faculfy ENGLISH The camera catches Henry Ma- lone and Gay Mitchell acting out the murder of Duncan from the play, MACBETH. They are acting out the scene in western style with Henry Burk as Mr. Dillon, and Gay as Chester. The acting was very en- tertaining and everyone got a big laugh out of seeing it. WANDA SUE BARRON CHILES CARPENTER DORIS DILLARD Math, Science Coach Seventh Grade 13.5. , L011iSiHf13 TSCT1 B.S., Louisiana College B.A., Northeast M.Ed. , Louisiana State Q Q H zywiew ' ' -was , W5 K S 1 J ff- N 1. .ag e 5, -f, Q 'mr -,, A xis f .. .Y , gg., tw . ff -sm S J 1 V 1 ,Xl . X ,, W, x Xb Q xi k W ai L X 'A 5' v L x N 34 , km , , ' ,Rf , V W K, ,tn A X my X M v ff X. 5, 5 , X-'ex X Q. ' 'FF 15 sf 2 , 5? fa-5 N C f we w W Vg We . 1 V. fi x si xg l J wifi? A Tfse ww 3 X x it r W ' 4 X K 5 M 43 Q , 5 M 11, Tiff -1 QW' N W , N -.X A .Is iff? T5-gi 5. ESTELLE GREER ETTA HAMMONDS LOZELLE FARLEY HARPER Second Grade Fifth Grade Sixth Grade B-A -, LO11iSi8U21 TGCII B.A ., Louisiana Tech B.A., Louisiana Tech Faculty PHYSICAL EDUCATION Coach Carpenter's 6th period P. E. Class is taking a workout with bar-bells and dumbbells. The boys are demonstrating various exercises in weightliftingg such as the bench press, dumbbell curl, and press. ry Burk Malone, Rudolph Thomas, Eddie Albritton, Billy Rich, and Jerry Allen. HA ZEL T. HARSTON CLEOI. HOWARD MARY LOUISE JOHNSTON First Grade Science Eighth Grade, English B.A., Northeast B-A-, LOUiSi3HH Tech B.A., Louisiana Tech The boys from left to right are Hen- Y 2 ' FLOY G. KEMP Mathematics B.A ., Louisiana Tech MATHEMATICS Representing the math department is Mrs. Floy Kemp's trigonometry class. About 20 students are taking the course this year which is a 50010 increase in pupils taking the subject two years ago. Many of the students in this class will be studying math and science courses at college, so the experience gained in this diffi- cult subject will be very helpful indeed. GLADYS G. RABUN Fifth Grade B.A . , Louisiana Tech LILLIAN A. MILLER LOLA PACE Mathematics Fourth Grade B.A ., Louisiana Tech B.A., Louisiana Tech Faculty GLADYS K. RABUN MARY LOUISE RABUN Commerce Science, Social Studies B.S. , Louisiana Tech Home Economics B.S., Louisiana Tech MARY LOUISE REID DORIS ROGERS FLOY R. SMITH Science, Mathematics Sixth Grade Second Grade B.S. , Louisiana Tech B.A. , Louisiana Tech B.A. , Louisiana Tech M. A . , Northwestern Faculf Y I SCIENCE The photographer catches Mrs. Reid's physics students watching a demonstration of "gyroscopic sta- bility" being given by Harry Farrar Kirby Morris, and Henry Burk Ma- lone . The students are proud of the only physics class in Union Parish and work very hard to get their full benefit from it. LUCILLE H. STEWART GLADYS TANNER JAMIE D. TURNAGE Home Economics Sixth Grade Special Instruction B.S., Louisiana Tech B.A. , LOUiSiaH2 TCCT1 B.A., Louisiana Tech MARIORIE T. WADE GRACIBELL G. WILEY ERNA WILSON 1 Librarian Third Grade Second Grade B.A ., Louisiana Tech B.A ., Louisiana Tech B.A ., Louisiana Tech B.S., i11L.S., L. S. U. Faculty MUSIC The photographer "snaps" the varsity band during rehearsal for "contest. " The band is composed of 60 members from the 6th through the 12th grade who practice the lst period each day. This is a popular course enjoyed by all. fl SCIENCE FRANK-E' WILSON A Mrs. Barron's llth grade chemistry class is performing experiments Band Duecwr' Chou These students gain valuable knowledge in Farmerville High's excellent B.A . , Louisiana Tech laboramryi .- Tn Q f 1 S- ie mg . , , ,, U od fx U' :I , 4-,.ff"iv --0 Activities Science Fair A group of seventh grade students view a project en- titled "Space Travel," a blue-ribbon entry submitted by Mrs. Greer's second grade class. Joy Hodge is shown with her blue-ribbon winner, a project on embedding in plastic, which was very in- teresting and well done. ,J r :nf-wiv F B JET M57 fn """'nu.,., ,. - ""41f., 41, X' "Jet Propulsion," a project entered by Hoppy Hallman, also received a blue ribbon. The rocket powered by rocket fuel climbed up a spiral wire. Rudolph Thomas proudly looks upon his hot water heating system which won a blue ribbon in the fair. E Mrs. Sadie Farrar was really pleased with her group when their project, "Sound," won a blue ribbon. Showing it off are Randy Gillum, Robert McMurrian, Lynn Baughman, Hermoine Stewart, and Jan Black. 22 5 s i S w These boys received football jackets last spring for their toil on the FHS gridiron. Left to right: ROW 1 - John Roan, Jr., Rodney Harper, Emmett Silmon, Harry Farrar, Henry Malone, and Joe Albritton. ROW 2 - Gerald Caskey, John Albritton, Billy Green, Ron- Sporfs Honors L A , nie Holloway, Bruce Hollis, Gary Cobb, and Johnny AU'5f3fe Players Peggy Wade, EUIH Nyfigdilfd. and Ngrris. RQW 3 - Wayne Neal, Rudolph Thgmag, Sandra Allen are presented certificates by Mr. Clinton John Roan, Bruce Odom, Bob Dumas, and Ronnie while COHCTI Albritton 100145 O11- Pace. The junior football team members were awarded medals by Coach Blake Albritton. Left to right: ROW 1 - Coach Albritton, James Barron, Billy Rich, Rex Nolan, John Craighead, Ted Hudson, Noel Senior Bettye White, Mary Jo Haddox, and Peggy Wade were presented football jackets in honor of their loyalty to FHS in promoting school spirit. Daniels, and Johnny Edwards. ROW 2- Tony Sawyer, George Taylor, Tex Nolan, Bobby Fletcher, Farris Patterson, and Jerry Hollis. ROW 3 - Jerry Allen, Eddie Albritton, Johnny Miller, Larry Long, Mickey Denton, and Billy Joe Tucker. Showing off the trophy received for winning district championship for the sixth year arc, kneeling, L. Pickel, B. Nolan, S. Eiland, K. Laster, B. White, L. Tugwell, P. White, C. Hudson, A. Harrell. Standing, Coach Albritton, D. Morris, G. Chapman, B. Haye, S. Allen, P. Wade, E. Nyegaard. 23 i A 4-H Banquef A patriotic theme was carried out at the 1959 4-H Club banquet. The gala decorated speakers' table was the center of interest. i A' Mr. W. A. Downs, guest speaker, gives a very in- teresting speech on loyalty, which was very inform- ative. Some of the entertainment was provided by a tap number featuring Lynn Baughman and Patsy Ken- nedy, who are a popular duet when it comes to fine showmanship. ,ygg,'-'2f.,4f, ff-1 . ,sw V- 1-as :.1a.W, I Acfivifies Mr. Bruce Flint was presented with a travel alarm clock when he left his parish 4-H Club work to be- come program supervisor for the district. The junior party held at the home of Buddy Andrews provided all who attended with a rollicking good time. Here everyone closes in on the food! '59 Yearbook FHS students excitedly look at their new yearbooks. The Golden Anniversary edition proved to be one of the best ever published by FHS. One of the games played by the group was full of surprises, as is shown by James Taylor's imitation of Elvis. Who would have ever thought he had it in him? it Junior Party Bi-Disfricf Play-Off Peggy Wade 1555 gets off a scoring shot in the bi- district playoffs with Winnsboro. Bonnie Haye Cback to cameraj gets ready to close in for the rebound just in case. This group of girls went far in the state competition, but they lost out to Oak Grove in the semi-finals. Sharron Eldred, Mildred Neal, Pat Ann Robison, and Carol Joyce Waller rehearse the straw hat and cane dance which proved to be a smash hit at the minstrel. 'S' l N, .X .K tak? Master of Ceremonies Joe Dexter Albritton was in charge of the program which carried out the theme "With a Song In My Heart" very successfully. V? , Ayhr V - ,.tt, .,.t I A A F, G Adinsfrel Jn-Sr. Banquet "With a Song ln My Heart" was a very successful theme for the 1959 Junior-Senior Banquet. Everyone in attendance enjoyed the program and, of course, the food. This group of junior girls provided delightful musical entertainment. From left to right, they are as follows: QFront rowj Brenda An- derson, Carolyn Farley, Carol Joyce Waller, Brenda Tucker, Ruby Ann Farrar, and Becky Scott. fBack rowj Gayle Pinckard, Sue Aulds, Jean Lamprich, Nancy Connally, and Winona Gates. A group of twelve senior girls provided musical entertainment between acts. Front row: Novie Ann Groves, Montene Kil- crease, Nelda Smith, Sandra Allen, Peggy Wade, Ginger Wilson. Back row: Charlene Hudson, Bettye White, Dorothy Morris, Dorothy Nolan, Charlene Gulley, Imogene Nale. 1959 Senior Play "Everything Happens to Us" CAST: John Ross - - ----- Bob Dumas Kitty Ross - - - - Pat Harvey Rhett Ross - - - - - Donny Gates Ronald Ross - - - - Mickey Sttother Jay Ross ---- - - - Raynel West Gloria Thatcher - - - - Diane Green Martha Fay - - - - - Phoebe Allen Charley Duncan - - - John Yelton Ike Hicks -------- Mikey Rabun Josephine Cartwright - Carolyn Gaddis Iva Surrett ------ Patty McDougle Ester Todd - - - - Io Mary Tettleton fs., -ur- Before the play began, the entire cast was presented to the audience by Bob Dumas, the senior class pres- ident. A scene in the play shows Jay Ross QRaynel Westj in a terrible predicament. Kitty and Rhett Ross fPat Harvey and Donny Gatesj and Gloria Thatcher QDiane Greenj help out while Charley Duncan Uohn Yeltonj looks on. Leadership Conference Leadership Conference was attended by seven of the junior class students. Those who went to visit the L. S. U. campus during June were, kneeling: Rodney Harper, Joe Dexter Albritton, and Harry Farrar. Standing: Carolyn Glass, Carol Joyce Waller, Jean Lamprich, and Christene Holloway. They attended classes in yearbook and newspaper while there. 5 Winning first place in the magazine sales was Steve Terral, right. Second place went to Meggie Baughman. Both of these received many prizes from the company for their good work. Pelican Sfafe Attending Pelican State this past summer at Baton Rouge were James Taylor, Gayle Pinckard, and Paul Palmer. Basis for selection was character, courage, honesty, leadership, scholastic ability, and coop- erativeness. The PLOW subscription sales contest was won by Gayle Pinckard who sold 49 subscriptions and received five dollars as first place prize. Runners-up were Carolyn Farley, third place with 44, and Brenda Anderson, second place with 47. Second place prize was three dollars and third place two dollars. Confesf Winners mm.mu-M WTIMS W f " ""22Hm 4 Half-Time Performances The band and pep squad worked every Thursday after- noon to be able to perform their best on the gridiron the following night. They are to be commended for such fine work all through the season. The final performance after week-long toil is one of perfection. Here the majorettes get it off to a gala start with a spectacular and unusual flag-twirl. Pep Rally Pep Rally An outdoor pep rally was given for the Farmers as they boarded a chartered bus to go to Coushatta. The entire school turned out to send them off with rousing cheers in hopes of victory. The FHS cheerleaders show the spirit of all the stu- dents at the pep rally preceding the last game of the season with Winnfield while the band plays "Saints. " G 29082 H nwA'fff?,s' Q A competitive show of talent was presented to the initiates. Carol Joyce Waller, doing a comedy twirl and imitations of twirlers from other states, won first place. Second place went to Winona Gates, who played a piano solo, and third place was won by Joy Van Adkins and Gayle Thurston, who pre- sented enjoyable pantomimes. They are, left to right: W. Gates, C. Waller, J. Ad- kins, and G. Thurston. Presiding over the initiation ceremonies are FHA officers Winona Gates, song lead- er, Darline Phillips, reporterg Judy Greer, treasurer, Carolyn Glass, vice-president, Christene Holloway, president: Betty Craig- head, secretaryg Alva Ann Dumas, parlia- mentariang Jean Lamprich, historian. FHA lnifiafion The proud new members of FHA stand and are congratulated as they take their pledge. 30 Mrs. Stewart and a group of FHA girls are shown here as they point out a chart giving the names of schools who participa ted in the FHA booth at the State Fair. The schools presented exhibits and demon strations pertaining to homemaking educa tion. They are Judy Greer, Mrs. Stewart, Judy Adams, Christene Holloway, Linda Black, and Judy Wisinger. All the teachers of Union Parish attended a banquet given for them this year by Farmer ville High School. This is an annual affair and is sponsored by a different school each year. twat, yt UPTA Banquet This group of girls served the teachers and seemed to have a grand time doing so. They are fl to rj Brenda Anderson, Judy Greer, Imogene Compton, Christene Hol- loway, Jean Lamprich, Carolyn Glass, Linda Black, and Gay Mitchell. Mr. I. B. Robertson, Assistant Superintend- ent of Elementary and Secondary Education, was the principal speaker at the banquet. His speech concerned teacher welfare laws. Mr. Varna Davis, president of UPTA, pre- sided over a business meeting following the banquet. N f? The cheerleaders broke in football season with a rollicking yell. Everyone seemed to enjoy the festivities immensely, and each person went home with hopes of a victorious season. Union Parish Fair - '59 At the Union Parish Fair, held October 21-24, every school in the parish was invited to enter an exhibit. The theme of this one was the Golden Anniversary of Farmerville High School. This booth received eighty-five points, which was the highest number of points received by any school. The theme was of interest to every- one. Bonfire A burst of flames came to rest atop the brilliant face of Miss Flame, Carol Joyce Waller. Joe Dexter Albritton, co-captain of the football team, crowned her. A shining spark shed its light from atop the head of Miss Spark, Christene Holloway. Harry Farrar, co-captain, crowned her. The bonfire sparked the spirit of every fan of the Farmerville Farmers. Majorettes Mildred Neal, Sharron Eldred, and Pat Robison presented a dance routine while Miss Flame and Miss Spark looked on. fubksiwvugivm 1 Homecoming Attractions The royal Homecoming court poses before the parade. Reigning as queen is Christene Hollo- way, centerg her subjects are Carol Ann Thomas, Kay Allen, Sharon Odom, and lean Lamprich. Mr. Clinton crowns Queen Christene at a special assembly. The originally-planned crowning ceremonies were cancelled due to inclement weather.' The Carolettes, baton students of Carol Joyce Waller, performed in the afternoon parade and during the half-time activities on thc gridiron that night. Left to right they are: Elizabeth Phillips, Mary John Hallman, La Faye Clement Beth Upshaw, Jane Downs, Jean Washam, Col- leen Carpenter, Amy Strother, Kay Galloway, Patti Hartman, Virginia Kay Albritton, and Vickie Kennedy. These twirlers, taught by Mrs. Frank Wilson, also took part in the spectacular Homecoming clay and night activities. Reading left to right are: Peggy Phillips, Annette O'Brien, Ann Aulds, Johnette Edwards, Nonie Edwards, Jan Farrar, and Tuffy Fields. Brenda Anderson depicts the hope of the entire student body as she 'tames a tiger." This entry, submitted by the FHA, won first place in its division. TRADE SCHOOL This beautiful float, entered by the kindergarten, won first place in its division, also. A very color- ful theme, "Round Up Time," was carried out. 34 Homecoming Parade The senior float, although not winning a prize, was very appropriate for the occasion. "Ring in victory, ring out defeat" was the sincere hope of every FHS'- er. Reading from left to right, the seniors are: Mary Pace, Leonard Miller, Joe Davidson, Alva Dumas, Betty Craighead, Sue Odom, Nancy Connally, Curtis Nyegaard, Linda Black, James Taylor, and Virginia Cox. The trade school entry is shown here as the chained tigers look upon their superiors. The rival team should know better than to even try to beat the Farm- ers from now on! This was the first-place winner in the car division. Homecoming Specialties The Homecoming parade is off to a good start with the smart FHS band and majorettes in the lead. The alumni of the Class of 1939 enjoyed the supper given by the FHS band on this, their homecoming. The women, left to right, are: Ocile Yevick, Evelyn Washam, Eloise Beckham, Christine Phillips, Janet Davidson, Patty Guier, Marjorie Wade, Marilyn Ludwig, Mattie Lee Armstrong, and Lois Anderson. The men are G. L. Phelps, Bryson Albritton, I. C. Williams, Sidney Reech, Ir., Carnal Kelley, Burvil Taylor, Theron McVicker, Don Kennedy, Robert L. Howard, and Charles Lee Barr. The intermediate band, already a part of FHS spirit, is shown as it marched in the parade. This group was under the leadership of Linda Clement during the parade. Shown here is the Brownie float which was decorated in the organization's colors of brown and gold. This beautiful float won first place in its division. 35 his . K f Mm, Ag Queen Chrlsfene Holloway -mlm v,q.,, xlwggf A Maid of Honor Junior Maid Jean Lamprich KayA11e11 HOMECCMING COURT Sophomore Maid Freshman Maid Sharo Od n om Carol Ann Thomas :Ml F Ft r"i2irQ,g Miss Halloween - Sue Odom Little Miss Halloween - Loralu James Escort - Emmett Silmon Escort - Iolin Steven Preans The queens are crowned by W. D. Clinton, Principal. FIRST GRADE SECOND GRADE THIRD GRADE Maid: LOr61Hi1l Maid: Cathy Nolan Maid: Martie Adkins ESCOII: Y21f1Cy Brflihfif Escort: Mike Wilson Escort: Lucien Savage l K rr: FOURTH GRADE FIFTH GRADE Maid: BOIHH6 Ludwig Maid: Annelle Long Escort: Charles Post 155601-tg Rggef Wade "'tUL, , ' , H. hs-tiff? ,A SEVENTH GRADE EIGHTH GRADE Maid: Rosalind Armstrong Maid: Brenda Odom Escort: March Davidson, lr. Escort: Michael Haddox lilo WB TENTI-I GIUXDE ELEVENTH GRADE Maid: Judy McLemore Maid: Aliene Harrell SIXTH GRADE Queen: Lornln James Escort: John Steven Prcans NlN'l'll GRADE Maid: Linda Rahorn Escort: Robert Ray Taylor N' K ,HJR TVVELFTH GRADE Queen: Sue Odom L 39 Escort: Noel Daniels Escort: Mack Davidson Escort: Emmett Silmon hk , ' - 'Z In . , 's N -ii H M ,W ,gr s 3' :zsfx If I ' -M f ' ' ' - . W 'Y L' - f , - f f r I if 1- r V , ju X, Q 'P 4 + ' ,. r I 'K : is . - 'uf' -. :L A'-M' ,aw - -r V-'aw . , 5 A 9' , .,: V, :f 5 g, ,4"" '90, A -V .. "" 2 I First grade maid, Lora Hill, Queen Sue Odomg Third grade maid, Martie Adkins, junior maid, and second grade maid, Cathy Nolan. Aliene Harrell, and fourth grade maid, Bonnie Ludwig. Eighth grade maid, Brenda Odomg ninth grade Queen Loralu Jamesg sophomore maid, Judy maid, Linda Raborng and seventh grade maid, McLemoreg and fifth grade maid, Annelle Long. Rosalind Armstrong. s ""'--. xl, Halloween Parade An excited host of Halloween creatures parade A group of students and teachers await the be- their weird costumes. ginning of the parade. 'FWM4 1- - as r re. 3 ' , 1, ,. . -K .Q-11' i M34 .23 "N 1 . Elsie' f . A zi, .:,. ,,,,. A ,,q ,,,: Vl,5! 3 Z 1 4' iw ZW fl' , 5 gm gggx 1 M? 'P Q, g is 1.1 1 3249 1 W f 3 1 in X ' s 3 X S IE Y I v , nf ...fum - ' Q QCA ,223 V 544' an. 1 .s K Q, '- '- i Z , YY W , .A ., - 5 : 1 , , gi S6 5:3221 -42 3' B' , '-I. .,,f'Zf,1 ,- xg fi Q anim S,-rf ww X 5 W' ' h W W Tm, .. 5, uf X., is N ,, if Ci A 3 Q V Mx 4'5- E, Mr. Kurvis M. Burns visited the campus several Linda Black receives her class ring from Mr. Ingram times this year to take pictures of the individual Ballard. This is an event the seniors look forward students and of school activities. He should be to each year. commended for his fine work. This attractive float received a great deal of work and consideration from the 4-H members. Riding the float are Mary Roberts, Mac Washam, Carolyn Glass, and Flo Smith Csittingjg and Ronnie Nolan and Robbie James fstandingj. Many students visit the library each day to take ad- vantage of the references and other material found there. This is also a very popular place for study. a Glance The bookmobile visits our campus every two weeks to supplement the school library. This gives the students a wider variety of books from which to choose. rr. f 5 ni ' 1 if 2 ..,- 3 l b , f gg E.1 "4'Z'5"" M J W. M 5 r 5 3 Sl 1' V- T y y s N J r 3, an J . Vg 3 4 x ' ,rf , QQ . u if -. W ' , N J ' ls wiigfr 'L': " 'JF ' Qzffii itsifsiif , oA A' Presenting: Macbeth, Southern Style! Joe Dexter Albritton, as Macbeth, the southern gentleman, seems quite worried over the gypsies' prophecy. Decked out for the occasion are Carol Joyce Waller, Gayle Pinckard, and Becky Scott. Engaged in the last of Macbeth's battles are Billy Rex Green fMacDuffj and Paul Palmer fMacbethJ. This scene was depicted in the Cuban rebellion and Castro style. English J Activities Jeanette Long, along with Katie Ann Laster, shows off her English project on fingerprinting. This in- cluded charts on deciphering prints and pictures of actual prints made. Now it's beatnik style that the cast attempts to de- pict. Harry Farrar, Kirby Morris, and Jean Lamprich share this scene in Birnum Wood from Shakespeare's great play that is annually studied by the twelfth grade. Bruce Odom QDoctorJ and Johnny Norris fSeytonJ warn Macbeth, alias Rodney Harper, of the on- coming armies ready to attack him. This group performed another beanik dramatization. Gridiron Activities The senior members of the pep squad and band were honored during the last half-time activity on the gridiron as each one's name was called over the loud speaker and they proudly, but sadly, stepped forward FHS spam After a very spirited pep rally held in the auditorium, the majorettes and band led a long line of students resembling a snake dance down main street. Even the football team and the coaches joined in! The football team, led by the cheerleaders dressed in their new sweaters, came bursting through a decorated football under the goal post before the last game with Winnfield. The band, majorettes, and pep squad were lined on each side and gave a rousing cheer as the team appeared. ,wH""' At the end of the snake dance, in the center of the business district, the cheerleaders led the students and townspeople in yells for the team as they sat on the curb and watched. The band played "Saints," and the crowd was off again, this time back to the school. The spirit of FHS students came to a huge climax at the last pep rally of the season. As shown by the picture, everyone was behind the Farmers in a big way for the conference clash with Winnfield. Phyliss White is shown receiving one of the beautiful white sweaters presented to each of the cheerleaders by Mr. Clinton, initiating the first step toward re- outfitting the entire pep squad. Pep Rallies Our coaches have turned into so-called cheerleaders for this pep rally. FHS is indebted to them for keep ing up the spirit during football season. "Up in the air" are Albritton, Bankston, Carpenter, and Albrit- IOl'1. Wk Special Presentations Henry Burk Malone presented shirts to the entire coaching staff from the team in appreciation of their time and energy during the football season. Coach Bankston is receiving his gift as Coach Albritton comes forward to get his. Mr. E. J. Albritton plays Santa Claus to the teachers as they exchange gifts among themselves. Mr. Nolan and Coach Carpenter are about to receive their gaily wrapped packages. Faculty Mr. Clinton proudly shows off his gift, a very pretty shirt, presented him by the high school faculty. Mr. Wilson was in charge ofthe presentation. 'Caja' Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Kemp really got quite a laugh out of this game. Mrs. Kemp, our math teacher, guessed closest to the number of pieces of candy in the jar and received them as the reward. Mrs. Wiley is in the process of "taking" Mrs. Miller's gift as Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Eldred look around for one they would like to " take. " The snack trays Mrs. Miller chose seemed to be quite popular, since they passed through the hands of every one of the teachers! i , Concentration must be hard, but it can be fun, this picture seems to say of Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Rabun, as they try to spell words from a handful of "Alpha- bits" letters. f K ftgu f. 43' X Mr. E. J. Albritton entered his guess even though he didn't win. Looking on are Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Tanner, Mrs. Harston, Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Harper, and Mrs. Barron. C' ...-.......""..1"3s. Christmas Party Mr. Nolan was quite jovial as he received his shirt from the elementary teaching staff. Mrs. Kemp served as hostess at the tea table which was decorated to carry out the holiday theme. Mrs. Harston and Mrs. Miller seem to enjoy the delicious cookies, candy, and sandwiches which were also very prettily decorated. Sh-h-h-h-h -hl Geniuses are at work as the male teachers concentrate on Bingo! At work, as well as at play, are Coach Carpenter, Mr. Nolan, Mr. Blake Albritton, Mr. Clinton, Mr. Wilson, and Mr. E. J. Albritton. Mr. Clinton is caught in the act of gazing at his chattering false teeth! Also getting a big kick out of things are Coach Carpenter, Mr. Albritton, Mrs. Rabun, and Mrs. Wade. Mrs. Andrews seems to be trying to dodge the "thing" that flew out of a peanut can just as she opened it. Later it was discovered that it was only a play snake. Mrs. Pace, Mrs. Antley, and Mrs. Reid are certainly getting a chuckle from Mrs. Kemp as she plays with her baby rattle. Wilda Odom seems shocked that she was caught in the act of eating. We wonder if she enjoyed her snack. Jerry Tettleton and Dean Adkins seem to have no complaints, however. Pep Squad Party Rudolph Thomas, Gerald Caskey, Mrs. M. L. Rabun, and Kirby Morris seem to be getting a big kick out of this musical game which was played to "1've Been Working on the Railroad." Mr. Wilson, Coach and Mrs. Carpenter, and Coach Bankston seem to have different opinions of the food . Their expressions lead us to think so, anyway. PTA "Good Citizens Make Good Government," January PTA theme, featured a panel con- sisting of Jurd Stewart, lawmang Royce Bird, businessmang Mrs. Stein Baughman, chairmang Frances Read, studentg 3 and Reverend Cole, Q clergyman. 5 Mrs. Barron, Mrs. Antley, Mr. Wilson, Mrs. M. L. Rabun, and Mrs. Reid are presented gifts by drillmaster Christene Holloway. The pep squad acknowledge these teachers for their undying efforts to help the Farmerettes. Noel Daniels, Johnny Norris, Roye Ludwig, Henry Malone, Joe Albritton, Harry Farrar, and Kirby Morris are shown proudly displaying the trophies they won. Similar trophies are presented to the outstand- ing players each year. f 2, 1L, , :,wE I 'S L, 5 4 Head football coach of Northeast State College in Monroe, Jack Rowan, gave an informative talk concerning what college expects of the student, espe- cially athletes. Football Banquet FHA Ronald DeLaney, pastor of the Second Baptist Church, was asked to be the guest speaker at the January FHA meeting. He accepted and gave a very inspiring speech on the theme "Family Unity. " The football used in Homecoming tilt, which was signed by team members and coaches, is shown off by captains, Joe Albritton and Harry Farrar, and coaches, Bankston, Albritton, and C arpenter. it The PTA potluck supper featured a discus- sion on "What I Expect Out of High School" by Harry Farrar and Christene Holloway. These were chosen from the entries of the twelfth grade English classes and were sponsored by Ingram Bullard. A check for five dollars was awarded to both of these students. Others assisting in the presentation of the play are, seated, Jean Lamprich, Sonny Auger, Brenda Tucker, Johnny Norris, and Mary Pace. Standing, Gayle Pinckard, Mickey Cole, Christene Holloway, Donald Acree, Buster Nolan, Nancy Connally, Robert Reagen, Winona Gates, and Curtis Nyegaard. GI ,I I Speak for Democracy Frances Read was the winner of the essay contest entitled "I Speak for Democracy." The contest was open to any student in the eleventh and twelfth grades. The senior play, "Quit Your Kidding, " will be put on this year by the following: Mrs. Kemp fdirectorjg seated, Brenda Anderson, Linda Black, Bonnie Nolan, Carolyn Farley, and Carol Joyce Waller. Standing, Sue Odom, Harry Farrar, Ruby Farrar, Paul Palmer, Rodney Harper, Gary Cobb, and Joe Dexter Albritton. Senior Pla Y Talent Show The pep squad talent show was enlivened by this group of girls who imitated each of the first string basketball boys and the coach. Posing as they said cute little rhymes about each one are Katie Ann Laster, Jerry Tettletong Patricia Robison, Emmett Silmong Lita Tugwell, Joe Dexter Albritton: Jeanette Long, Curtis Alleng Phyliss White, Kirby Morrisg and Mitzi Baughman, Coach Bankston. - Mrs. Sadie Farrar, absent from the banquet because of illness, was honored with a beautiful plaque awarded her for outstand- ing work in the 4-H Club. She was first place winner in the State Alumni Recogni- tion contest. Shown at the speaker's table is Mr. Peter T. Lannan, local represent- ative for Olin Matherson Chemical Corpo- ration. Mother-Daughter Tea A large group of mothers and daughters attended the lovely Mother-Daughter Tea, given by the home economics stu- dents. Here they are shown as they chat with each other while enjoying the delicious refreshments which were pre- pared by the girls. 4-H Banquet - 1960 The Farmerville 4-H Club held its annual banquet February 10 in the high school cafeteria. The theme carried out through beautiful decorations was "Keys of Love," since it was so close to St. Valentine's Day. Mr. C. R. Kates, representative from the United Gas Company, presented the club 8630 and a framed certif- icate for winning second place in the district for Best Community Award. President Henry Malone received it. ...Q The senior club presented the junior and senior local leaders with lovely gifts in appreciation of their untiring efforts during the year. Proudly showing these off are Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Dillard, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Rabun, Mr. Nolan, and Mrs. Meeks, who received Mrs. Far- rar's gift in her absence. Henry Burk Malone presented the gifts on behalf of the club. Trying to choose from the attractive variety of sand- wiches and cookies displayed on the beautifully dec- orated tea table are Lynn Baughman, Linda Upshaw, Mrs. R. H. Upshaw, Mrs. Sam Hartman, Jr., Gay Mitchell, Mrs. Gertie Mae Mitchell, and Mrs. Ol- lie Nolan, Jr. , Christene Holloway, FHA president, presided at the punch bowl. Egg, R N1 F 0 Organizations X X X Q f ii , 1 ,. ,V i. Q 0 ' Q we-i "3 .Q ..w""""""' Z. r It W A 7 g . , . L U I . , 1" .fy . . - Y' - 3. J? .E ., , 1 . 4- G ., ww . ' 1 5 54' Y Ma ., K x W . . . ,E f 2 ' f ' . , . ,Wm 4 . , I 'N M xg I . , .. 1 so . v f 5 . fs. Q e t K , R , ,. L 42, D f A EA F. s w , X M' Q F' g W' xg Hi ' 1 X5 K .+ 4 X, X ' aw""'P 5 bk . Q., ' Q M? W s FRONT ROW, loft to rig brirron, Robert Downs. Whitu, Carolyn Farley. 11 SAXOPHONES FRONT ROW- mf to fight: SML Bmafd ADH Udom FRoNr Row ron no rrglrt Gayrr Pmckafd Mrrrrr nor Om Marlo Hallman. BAC1x ROW lair to rrght Cwrol J Waller, Paul Palmer, Fraucos Wravor Ray Aloxandor Knot Shownj. e c 1' i TRUMPETS All Left to Right: FIRST ROW: Marianne Eldred, Larry White. SECOND ROW: Larry Gaddis, Jeanette Long. THIRD ROW: Larry Long, Jimmy Scott. FOURTH ROW: Charles Stans- bury, Charles Albritton. NOT SHOWN: Ronnie Johnston . "Vit FRONT ROW: Carol Ann Hartman, Carol Thomas, Lita Tugwell, Mary Evelyn Watson. MIDDLE ROW: Becky Scott, Sue Spears, Judy Adams, Judy Greer, 1 1 5 . 2 r 1 Q n I l s s u t 1 1 1 r w S I s 1 1 2 HORNS - BARITONES All Left to Right: HORNS: TOP ROW: Sharron Eldred, Linda Clement, La June - Pickel, Aliene Harrell. . BARITONES: BOTTOM ROW: Randy Gil- Ium, Sharon Odom, Patsy Kennedy. 5 r C f 0 I O fl S TROMBONES A11 Left to Right: FRONT: Barry Wade. FIRST ROW: Robert McMurrian, Ray Masling. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Rugg, Farris Patterson. THIRD ROW: Jerry Tettleton, Daniel Bryan. ,..,....1-- ,.....1- .ile- Officers The Farmerville High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Frank Wilson, participated in many special events ofthe area during school year. This year they performed in Christmas parades at Ruston, West Monroe, and Farmervilleg also they gave their annual Christmas COHCGFI. Other marching activities in which the band participates annually are the District I Marching Fes- tival, 4-H Club Achievement Day, and the Miss America Parade in Arcadia. JOHNNY NORRIS SUE AULDS JEANETTE LONG LITA TUGWELL f I r v ,-. DA NIEL BRYAN CHARLES ALBRITTON BILLIE REX GREEN RONNIE RUGG BECKY SCOTT JUDY ADAMS LARRY GADDIS Officers ln February the band sponsored the traditional band clinic in which students of Crowville, Rayville, West Monroe, Arcadia, Winnsboro, and Fartnerville partici- pated. This year we were fortunate in having as direc- tors Mr. Tommy Tyra, band director at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, and Mr. Wcndall Evansin, di- rector at Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia, Arkansas. This year the invitation to perform at halftime during a basketball game at Louisiana Tech was accepted and was considered by the students a high point of the season. Spring finds the band busily preparing for the Solo and Ensemble Contest, Minstrel, Music Festival in Rus- ton, Spring Concert, and this year the eagerly antici- pated biennial concert tour. OO Dance Band All Left to Right: FRONT ROW: Lita Tugwell, Francis Weaver, Ann Odom, Steve Ballard, Carol Joyce Waller, Hoppy Hallman, Mitzi Baughman. BACK ROW: Mr. Frank Wilson - Director, Johnny Norris, Charles Stansbury, Jeanette Long, Marianne Eldred, Ronnie Rugg, Barry Wade, Farris Patterson, Billie Rex Green. Choir All Left to Right FRONT ROW Wllda Jean Odom Dorothy Johnston Annette Beasley Florine Nale Brenda Hodge Mar gie Williams Dianne Albritton Ruby Faye Nolan Grey Gates Sue Odom BACK ROW Elsie Dean Virginia Cox Peggy Burch Geraldine Cranford Ruth Baker Nellre Halley Bonnie Nolan Sandra Eiland Joy Ann Hodge Mary Malone - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Intermediate Band J CLARINETS: FRENCH HORNS: TRUMPETS: Barbara Adams Diane Nale Meggie Baughman Ann Barron Judy Neal Rickie Love Jimmy Carolyn Wiley Effie Mae Pace Keith Guier Ragena Phelps FLUTES: TROMBONES: A. Y. Green Linda Reid Gary Chapman Mary Gail Larnprich Jennifer Gulley Dennis Roan Roger Harris Diane Phelps SAXOPHONES: PERCUSSION: Linda Upshaw Danny Tettleton Baritones: Jo Ann Wiley Hermoine Stewart Nena Bell Nale Jimmy Long Janice Black Joan Odom Jimmy Miller John Morris CLARINETS: Sharron Freeman Mary Inez Norris Linda Jane Downs Darrhorie Kennedy Brenda Ward Mary John Hallman Margie Halley FLUTE: Johnette Edwards Beginner Band TRUMPETS: BARITONES: James Earl Wiley Charles Spencer Royce Bird Judy Skains Stephen Kelley TROMBONES: PERCUSSION Cindy Milford Ralph Love Jim Wade Tommy Futch SAXOPHONE Cliff Adcock Left to right: Wilda Jean Odom, Phyliss White, Reese Rugg, Frances Read, and Katie Ann Laster. A . AS.. L 9 U 9 e 9 r I' S WILDA JEAN ODOM FRANCES READ PHYLISS WHITE REESE RUGG KATIE ANN LASTER .ln AQ.. l 4. Larry Gaddis, Mickey Cole, Johnny Norris, Rodney Harper, Gary Cobb, Bruce Odom, Paul Palmer, and Mrs. Howard, standingg Patsy Acree, Beth Hicks, Frances Weaver, Sue Spears, Syble Gilbert, and Judy Wisinger, seated. S ' The Science Club was organized March 27, 1955, under the sponsorship n of Mrs. Cleo Howard. Its members are students who are very interested in the intricate phases C' U b of science. "Q'Q' STANDING: Sue Spears, Secretary. SEATED: Johnny Norris, Vice-President: Gary Cobb, President, Rodney Harper, Laboratory Techniciang and Paul Palmer, Reporter. Pictured above is Ronnie Nolan who has won many honors in his Forestry Project. Beth Roberts who has been outstanding with her Pig Project is pic- tured above. JSCI Pictured below is Loralu James outstanding member in her Sheep Pro- Jeff Elliott who has been out standing in Forestry is pictured above. J un i or 4-H Club President LA IO HAYES Vice-President REGINA DEAN Secretary ORA MERLE HALLMAN Treasurer SHARON BRANTLEY Reporter BOBBY RICH Sponsors MRS. LOZELLE HARPER MRS MRS MRS MRS MRS . DORIS DILLARD BERTHA L. EDWARDS DORIS ROGERS FANNIE ELLIOTT GLADYS G. RABUN .vu-mf 'H""'T' c, ,Gr f Us , N 1 ...R 1 , A-X in 5315 u 'lik if James Barron who received a radio as a result of his outstand- ing work in Farm Home Electric Project is pictured above. Senior 4-H Club President HENRY BURK MALONE Vice-President ROBERT DOWNS qnot shownj Second Vice-President GERALD CASKEY Secretary CHRISTINE HOLLOWAY Treasurer CURTIS NYEGAARD Reporter BETTY STEWART Song Leader BRENDA TUCKER Sponsors MRS. SADIE FARRAR MRS. MARY L. JOHNSTON MR. HORACE NOLAN fnot shownj 6e+Av"'n. we st. f U 6 ug 1 6, . L v .5 ff X r sf Pictured above is Robert Downs who attended National 4-H Congress in Chicago. book, which was 2nd place state winner in this district. cts WU ull-D6 H57 51 Mrs. Sadie Farrar was lst place state winner in 4-H Alumni Recognition Program. Pictured is the Sr. Club ScraP Dianne Albritton President - Secretary - Treasurer - Drillmaster - - - - - - -LINDA BLACK ' ' 'JEAN LAMPRICH - - - - ALVA ANN DUMAS - CHRISTENE HOLLOWAY Kay Allen Judy Armor Linda Black Imogene Compton Nancy Connally Virginia Cox Betty Craighead Pat Drummond Alva Ann Dumas Sponsors MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. Sue Elkins Jimmye Carol MARGIE ANTLEY MARY L. RABUN WANDA S. BARRON MARY L. REID U I' H1 6 Fletcher Syble Gilbert Ann Gray Nellie Halley A group picture ofthe Farmerettes. S 6 Sue Odom June Thomas Doreen Wilhite Margie Wilhite Judy Wisinger Barbara McIntosh Judy McLemore Cindy Milford Florine Nale Jeanie Harrell Jeanette Hicks Christene Holloway Joy Ann Hodge Jean Lamprich Mary Malone Editor PAUL PALMER Pine Knot Business Manager LINDA BLACK Assistant Editor RODNEY HARPER Business Manager CHRISTENE HOLLOWAY Sponsors MRS. MARIORIE WADE MRS. LILLIAN MILLER Activities Editor - GAYLE PINCKARD Features Editor - GAY MITCHELL Activities Editor - CAROL I. WALLER Staff Elementary Editors FLO SMITH MARY PACE SUE AULDS A Sports Editors JOE DEXTER ALBRITTON HARRY FARRAR Organization Editor CAROLYN GLASS Music Editor CAROLYN FARLEY Art Editor BECKY SCOTT Senior Class Editor JEAN LAMPRICH Class Editor JAMES TAYLOR Junior High Editor NANCY CONNALLY Editor CAROLYN GLASS Plow .f ' f ff :ask i if 'E ' 'ff 4 if 'K -if t 1 8-73555 'Nr Assistant Editor CHRISTENE HOLLOWAY Features Editor CAROL JOYCE WALLER The school newspaper, THE PLOW, is issued six Business Managers CAROLYN FARLEY RODNEY HARPER to eight times each school year. lt is now in its eleventh year of publication. The staff strives to keep the student body informed as to what is going on in our school. THE PLOW was made larger this year than ever before, thereby providing more news. Advisor MRS. CORRIE S. ARMSTRONG ws Staff , Snapshot Editor Sports Editors BRENDA TUCKER JOE DEXTER ALBRITTON Circulation Editor HARRY FARRAR SUE AULDS Exchange Editor GAYLE PINCKARD Reporters FLO SMITH, BRENDA ANDERSON, and MARY PACE, seated: GAY MITCHELL, BECKY SCOTT, JEAN LAMPRICH, JAMES TAYLOR, PAUL PALMER, LINDA BLACK, and NANCY CONNALLY, standing. FHA Club as The Future Homemakers of America is a national organization of girls enrolled in home economics. It is designed to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking, to emphasize the importance of worthy home membership, to encour- age democracy in home and group life, to promote international good will, to foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life, to provide whole- some individual and group recreation, and to further interest in home economics. OFFICERS President CHRISTENE I-IOLLOWAY Vice-President CAROLYN GLASS Secretary BETTY CRAIGHEAD Treasurer JUDY GREER Historian JEAN LAMPRICH Reporter DARLENE PHILLIPS Parliamentarian ALVA ANN DUMAS Song Leader WINONA GATES Advisor MRS. LUCILLE STEWART Pictured above is Christene Holloway, FHA pres- ident, being congratulated by Mr. Clinton after winning the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Contest. Pictured above are Chapter Beaux Kirby Morris, Henry Burk Malone, and Johnny Norris. Chapter Beaux are chosen from the senior class by the FHA girls each year CHAPTER MOTHERS Left to right: MRS M. L. HICKS MRS HALLEY MRS MALONE MRS C. HICKS MRS. GILBERT MRS. THURSTON MRS. GATES PFA President MRS. JAK.E LONG Vice-President MRS. JOHN C. WAGNON Cnot picturedj Secretary MRS. JAMES MALONE Treasurer MRS, R. R. JAMES The Parent-Teacher Association is designed primarily to improve the school, and make the school and home closer. This year the PTA Club had the school grounds landscaped, im- proving the appearance very much. VVorkers . . Left to right-: Mr. C. Kennedy, Mrs. L. Giddens, Mrs. E. Silmon, Mrs. M. Dean, Mrs. D. Nolan, Mrs. Q. Stewart, Mrs. M. Griffin, Mrs. M. Cole, and Mrs. O. Silmon. Bus Drivers BACK ROW: Mr. Albritton, Mr. Cranford, Mr. Odom, Mr. Chapman, Mr. H. Malone, Mr ylor, and Mr. Nale. FRONT ROW: Mr. Kyle, Mr. Smith, Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Kelly, and Mr. O. Malone Janitors Mr. Firmy Taylor and Mr. Melvin Gilbert I .K fri, .la W N A . L 4 fx K Mr. Gray Briley and Mr. Howard Hicks 75 "3 an gg vu' iw - Q -5 Ar .M sw 4-fa' if -af, Af fm ZA In 5 Ni -.w"""'Ww W X 3' f ., W A ni .M Aj K1 we 5 aiiukqtgf ,l , 5 3 S, ,vs Q WR x " , em. Za , an f:. -. f5Q,537.5f , 2 K 4.1 i f A e . i i QQ ,'-A fffilffii Y - Q 2Qf5FSl , xg 5 , L, K ,fjffj ,W we-i My V f Q , A,.,,. X .1 1 5 .. isa?-SJR ' V a , .L.,L :Nia If K F". 4 3 1 5 Lv 1 1 . , .Ji 1-2, , i is , .. 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" '.,, -,3,v,." . - ' 5 155 1 :JT Wi " . .Ji :af as 'Q . . , " .W . . ,". m f 2, ' -M1 1-JL' 'T --bfi fuller1.'.f?s-'fsfizi1'ff'f--r-fe.'5irEE3fil1-3wT9-t- . 'ails-we-i' 'M 5 55 irish: "" "" ' '33i,rf"' :bfi-,i,9' . f lfWf1T"'S . 1 iii. ',.7iQ.1 7,.5f -,5giS,,,i??if'igjg5rf.A,gf2 If Kr -'L 32,55 4 ' .,.' Q ,f ,gf " ,g.s"'g 6 3 " fag: gs ' J . 8 Z .ai . . 3 ' ' L L15 f' 1 'X :sf ig ' A i s . i 4Q.I3ii5f?f?g5seE . FIRST ROW: Rex Nolan, Carroll Squyres, Robert Gulley, Jerry Allen, Eddie Albritton, Larry Long, Farris Patterson, Dean Adkins, John Craighead, Tex Nolan. SECOND ROW: Lonnie Brothers, George Taylor, Bobby Fletcher, Johnny Miller, Harry Farrar, Joe Albritton, Jerry Tettleton, Gerald Caskey, Jimmy Roan, Johnny Ed- wards, James Barron, Gary Cobb. THIRD ROW: Noel Daniels, Billy Rich, Rudolph Thomas, Ronnie Tucker, Billy Green, James Crawford, Emmett Silmon, Kirby Morris, Roy Ludwig, Bruce Odom, John Albritton, Johnny Norris, Henry Malone. The Coaches The Pep Chiles Carpenter, E. J. Albritton, Tommy Bankston, The Farmers take individual warm-ups in preparing Blake Albritton. to meet the rough-and-ready Winnfield Tigers. Isliilli f, ' ,,..ii'i. i"'r" 2 n it - . Q ..,.. .,... .r..,... Mie s N . p , I -V A .. , '.- " " -f ff A t .Q,IQ 1- 1 i -V ' -Q U , .... 5. ' '. D sg ' win, . dll? 'fl U, fr, gr .. ' Q -, . A qV,,V, , . 5 I VU., U A . ii t "Q p A Y up .- imhgi vga ' 'Y Drs: r. Managers g gg gg Captains FRONT: Richard Raborn, Larry Gaddis, Jimmy Scottg Joe Dexter Albritton and Harry Farrar. BACK: Howard Hicks, Robert Downs, Charles Milford. Freshman Football FIRST ROW: Hollis Downs, Jimmy West, Don Caskey, Harry Holloway, James Pickel, Eric Green, Robbie James Larry Hudson, Gerald Morgan, Robert McMurrian. SECOND ROW: Randy Gillum, Johnny Albritton, Herschel Tucker, Kenneth Auger, Jimmy Spurlock, David Hall, Jimmy Johnson, Ray Alexander, Gary Post, Billy Joe Nale, Leon Wilhite. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Cranford, Mack Wade, Stanley Read, Michael Haddox, Pal Dean, Don Chevallier, Terry Akin, Freddy Stewart, Jurd Taylor, Atley Brasher, Wayne Upshaw, Manager Roger Neal. The team is coached by Blake Albritton. SEPTEMBER 11 Dragons 14 - Farmers 6 The Farmers lost the season's opening football game by a tune of 14 to 6. Senior halfback Johnny Norris was hurt during this game, and the accident was felt by the Farmers throughout the season. Seeing their first action for the Farmers were Billy Rich, Noel Daniels, Johnny Miller, and Johnny Edwards. Mangham led Farmerville in first downs, 7 to 3. HARRY FARRAR KI Billv Rich moves into the line to make a tackle while K. Morris 1525, N. Daniels f65j, and H. Farrar C745 rush into the play. This action took place in the important Winnfield clash. K MY .gif A foils Harry Farrar and Roy Ludwig of Farmerville fcenterj cover a Winnfield fumble in a Friday night's affair at Farmerville. Farmers Johnny Norris 1203 and John J' fi RUDOLPH THOMAS nw., N.. . A K, ', Ly s .w,gguwf,1y.,',,5av,f,,-fy, ii 'aff' si'fi?iW-7.g34f? .- if 4 ,rw SEPTEMBER 18 Choctaws 19 - Farmers 7 The Farmerville Farmers got within the five yard line five times only to be pushed back by penalties and fumbles, as they lost their first conference game to me Coushatta Choc- taws. A large crowd traveled to Coushatta only to see a game in which two touchdowns were called back for the Farmers. Although the Farmers lost, they outgained Coushatta by over 100 yards. The Farmers spread out the Trojan defense as Johnny Miller 1331 carries the ball. Other players, K. Morris 1523, R. Ludwig 1705, B. Green, R. Thomas 177j, E. Silmon18OJ, and H. Farrar, are pictured in grueling action with Tallulah. SEPTEMBER 25 Trojans 36 - Farmers 6 The Farmers lost their third outing to the Tallulah Trojans, the defending state champions in Class A. The Farmers put up a good first half stand but were completely outclassed in the second half. Both teams had ll first downs apiece while Tallulah rushed for 283 yards and Far- merville ground out 185 yards. .. M 'F 1. s 'A . 1. .. M. M-,ar ...L " . ' 11534 . dag Rx sei!! Ill' EMMETT SILMON OCTOBER 2 Tigers 40 - Farmers 13 The Farmerville Farmers surprised everyone by scoring 13 points upon the powerful Neville Tigers, AA State Champions. Kirby Morris took a pass and turned it into the Farmers' first touchdown. Joe Albritton col- lected the second touchdown on a three yard plunge across the center of the line. This game renewed an old rivalry that had been dead for several years. ROYE LUDWIG JOHN ALBRITTON JOE ALBRl'l"l'ON The "B" Team puts L. Brothers 1621, D. Adkins 184j, B. Rich 1501, andj Roan 1811 in action during the Winnfield game. These boys made up a stout defense to help the first team. '-.5 Xi 'lj .B-H.. t X. . .. W .f Q 1111 ii! Y' Farmers Q E L, , 5 gy, 433 Q x L K .di "' '-" 'A g::,-h f ' K 2 K' 3 Q2 5 Kr ' is ' fi lx 90 if 3 in Action v n 'fn 1 ' ' I ' vga e , yi ,Q 1' if K ms' x fb S43 fx - W 1 ?Q I g i . .A 4 - VK ..,' -' X, qv NOVEMBER 13 Hornets 28 - Farmers 19 The Farmers spotted the Rayville Hornets two first-quarter touchdowns but came back fight- ing and almost pulled it out of the fire. After playing last week's game in freezing tem- perature, the eighty degree temperature was tiring on both teams. The climax of the game was an intercepted Hornet pass which Kirby Morris turned into a 41 yard touchdown run. A Winnfield player tries to sweep end but runs into a good tackle by a Farmer Rushing to help are Roy Ludwig 1735, Billy Rich QSOQ, Harry Farrar f74j, and John Albritton 1641. ,mgvg '51 , 533' T K i f mfsff- f NOEL DANIELS -if BILLY RICH Albritton scores again! loe Albritton 1111 sweeps the end behind a block by Harry Farrar for a touchdown in the Many game. gr I. Roan, E. Silmon, D. Adkins. NOVEMBER 20 Tigers 19 - Farmers 7 The Farmers held the Winnfield Tigers well but came out on the short end of a 19-7 score. Al- though a loss, this is a game which will long be remembered by the local fans. After going scoreless for almost four quarters and with less than 4 minutes left, the Farmers drove relentlessly through the middle of the Tiger defense for 75 yards and a touch- down! Jerry Tettleton picked up most of the yards, while Joe Albritton scored. rf' I :af !. YZA H .. 1 GUARDS T,-xcK1,l-is FRONT: Ludwig, Farrar, and Thomas. FRONT: Taylor, Albriuon, and Dmrlols. BACK: Nolan, Odom, and Gulley. BACK: Crawford, Nolan, Cobb, Orson, l'llClk'F. pn In 'L W , '-use vx A . sL".w?: -. , ,,g,,, ,,,, - 4, A . . . 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' if K -W 5 A ,L X1 I V kxry .V E? , . 5 , V N ' z :gg Us W X .K Qy 'ax WM! if Q- A ,r N x1S" YW MW JUDY WISINGER Guard Y :aww N Q5 ' - .wx 'EisQ, .,,W ' Q g , 5 , i I wig 2 '5'r'5,g -., Ei. Q l is ,Q "2, ':gm"L we if ' . f - Q' 2 - 'F , . " R5i.m"" 5 i L -W' m 1 1 Q Nf.w....,..,, s.: X Qja? Sw -.W -,fs If 1 1 if Q 5 if i 55,32 J, .Ss Q v lv , ,fda Left to right: Mrs. Margie Antley, Vicki Odom, Lynette Gilbert, Linda Raborn, Judy Adams, Margie Halley, Carol Perkins, Barbara Mclntosh, Jeannette Hicks, Delores Byrnside, Barbara Hodge, Pat Drummond, and Vera Dodd. Junior Basketball FRONT ROW: Jimmy West, Robert Taylor, Wayne Upshaw, Herschel Tucker, Ray Alexander, Gary Post, and James Pickel. BACK ROW: Coach Blake Albritton, Vernon Kennedy, Jurd Taylor, Don Chevallier, Pal Dean, Mack Wade, Jimmy Cranford, and Manager Roger Neal. l iii ' .E 5., Q ,, f . , L . .1 'fb E if g.., R ,I :frgwi FRUNT ROW: Jeri' Elliott, Gail Brashier, Steve Ballard, Rickie Ward, Ronnie Nolan, Larry Savage, Joe Albritton and Danny Frasier. BACK ROW: A. Y. Green, Gary Albritton, Johnny Long, March Davidson, Coach W. D. Clinton, Buddy Garnors, Danny Tettleton, Ray Masling, and Tommy Futch. 7th and 81h Grade Basketball IIRONI' ROW: Randy Gillum, Barry Wade, Don Caskey, Larry Hudson, Jimmy Long, Robbie James, and Hollis Downs. BACK ROW: Robert Mclviurrian, Van Johnson, Stanley Read, Coach C. l. Carpenter, Mike Maddox, Freddy Stewart, and Lanny Morris. 35" FRONT ROW: Billy Rich, Lonnie Brothers, Danny Albritton, Jerry Tettleton, Joe Dexter Albritton, and Ted Hud- son. BACK ROW: Prescott Hudson, Emmett Silmon, Rudolph Thomas, Gladden Hearn, Donald Acree, Van Tucker, and Coach E. J. Albritton. Baseball Sfars - DANNY ALBRITTON Pitcher E. I. ALBRITTON DONALD ACREE Coach Third Base JOE DEXTER ALBRITTON Shortstop 9 ve" e ,, qt " . . V nf-mfs: 7 -77' V, I5 Y K . e , GLADDEN HEARN '01 Catcher VAN TUCKER Center Field Swiff as HENRY MALONE JOHN CRAIGHEAD FIRST ROW: Tex Nolan, Roye Ludwig, Harry Farrar, Rudolph Thomas, Jerry Tettleton, Reese Rugg, and Joe Albritton. SECOND ROW: Bruce Odom, George Taylor, Johnny Edwards, Johnny Miller, Lonnie Brothers, Eddie Albritton, Larry Long, Jerry Allen, ,,.,.-an ,rw if JERRY TETTLETON BILLY RICH JOHNNY MILLER the Wind . li' and Henry Malone. THIRD ROW: Billy Green, Mickey Cole, Johnny Norris, Noel Daniels, John Craighead, James Barron, Rex Nolan, Billy Rich, John Albritton. I' COACH C. CARP ENTER 9 s - -H' -1 -i-' 'T Y : -' -- RN, me ' , , . pf 'fffvf' 4 V ' .iir I f . "C - ' w 9 I 1 . 'I- 1r--- ' Q 9 1 fs'251rgw , . . a.-, YK -'Q Q, - ' f -. r , +rlLf+r,sg,xmzB. Crm,-f" ,., ' --- if JOE ALBRITTON M .9 N gv ..-, - I.,- N 4 1 :Ci ! I i Xi ill Ili F 1 1 1, we Q .. V ,,.,1Q - fwfr. .ri wr-M' ,r-..LQzff:, f JOHNNY NORRIS , ern , 1' , rf 5":z.al1:..z. -.. ., O I . P ,,,. ,,,,,,,: P V- - 1 ,P r ' 'E' 'K 5751? 9 .I ,enum :J .1 - 'L 1. - f M 'sf ,:.:.-Agg V1-.,:?,-At' Ai C -R r f i n R in rx. no fx f- 1'-ll .. - -1' - ' - O .V 4 1 ."'fi"f1f- 'Z' if i lf f '- fQ. f , - ,,,,,,. ,Wi :N ,L .,: .Z tN..1v!Vii.r.:., .GBM A i fefiifff ' me C fi' - K . ' M' ., i r ll r QQ' 'uw 5. Cf'-tl-TA ' "' iIE:5,f5s?:- A . . . ---ei . . V. fsifixf' -if W . ,i,53?Q,42' C ' W M qi" ,- ,- -" ,. .. x' 'T g -:.':fg5fi:.1.1 4 'Y , 'Q 'rw' s fr' -. . W 1 " ' Y F .. Q ' ' L 'rr' ., M f ' - -- fw- K .... H ' ,R BUDDY ANDREWS NOEL DANIELS ' MICKEY COLE -V ., H A N A ,,,,,,,. m-mn-41-5--11, . . , . ,. .R :sire WA Q Q . E, 5 4 i .EF www . x. lk . ., MW,,: ,f as 5 2 s J Q, 3 ' km 95 ,, 3 'iff 1 5 x A ' gm I! ' Lan I 1 iw F , 3 A 2 Q. ' 0 - ' J V' 41 ggi Q ,. ,. ,, 9 Honors ,Av Jayme Spencer presented Roye Ludwig with a trophy The Most Improved player of the year was Noel recognizing him as Best Blocker. He has also been D21Hi61S. This award was presented by former FHS named on the All-District football team. athlete. Levy Redden. Co-captain Joe Dexter Albritton presented Jimmy J. T. Spencer, who was in charge of keeping the Tucker with a gift from the team for announcing scoreboard, was presented with a gift in appreciation the games this past season. of his efforts by Co-captain Harry Farrar. fri I f if i lff' 2. . 3 irrs Rudolph Thomas was named On behalf of the band, Johnny Norris presented a on the All-District team gift to Raymond Masling for announcing the half- this year, also, time performances at each of the games. l05 A-3 .QHW4 Classes x ,L ,451 Qfnf .nf we .. U' , I Q 1 4.4 fi , , Sxg , . . xii gif K I V 'K F. v X0 ' ' r is gi --if in '94 an 2 1 gi ,. . Q few., 5 9 A -wa u A w 11 -7? wx 5 I A 1" A LH 4' . va ij :S 1-fgggslm g 4-f 2 Sf Q ,Qi -Q-.Tis 3 J P i ,Qi .r 3 if fi 5 ,fx .L af President - - - Vice-President Secretary - - - Treasurer - - - Parliamemariau Reporter ---- DONALD ACREE DIANNE ALBRITTON Baseball 4 FHA Club 1,2,3,4 Senior Play Stage Manager 4 Glee Club 3,4 Pep Squad 3,4 4-H Club 1 JOE DEXTER ALBRITTON Football 1,2,3,4 All-District Football 4 All-State Football 4 Leading District Scorer 4 Football Captain 4 Basketball 1 ,2, 3 ,4 Baseball 2,3,4 Class Secretary 2 Most Athletic Boy 4 Band 1 ,2 , 3,4 Dance Band 2,4 Leadership Conference 3 PINE KNOT Sports Editor 4 PLOW Staff Sports Editor 4 Senior Play 4 BRENDA ANDERSON 4-H Club 1,2 FHA Club 1,2,3,4 Pep Squad 2,3 Homecoming Maid 3 Band Minstrel 2,3,4 Choir 2,3 Music 1,2 PLOW Staff Reporter 4 Best Back 4 S 0 9I1IOl'S ERNEST AUGER, IR. 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 DURWOOD ANDREWS FFA Cm? L2 Football 1 FFA Parliamentary Basketball 1 Law Team 1 Track 23,4 Class Vice-President 1,2 4-H Club 1,2 Basketball 1,2 Baseball 2 SUE AULDS JOHNNY CLYDE BENNETT Band 1,2,3,4, Officer 4 FHA Club 1,2,3,4 FHA Songleader 2 FHA ParishLeadership Camp 3 FHA Parliamentarian 3 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 2 Pep Squad 1 Class Treasurer 1 Class Reporter 2 PLOW Staff Circulation Editor 4 A Most Beautiful 4 Trade School 1,2,3 Junior Variety Show 3 PINE KNOT Staff Elementary Editor 4 SUE BROWN Prior to coming to FHS, she participated in: FHA 1 ,2,3 FHA Vice-President 2 Basketball 1 ,2, 3 Basketball Captain 2 Student Council 1,2,3 Council Officer 2,3 Annual Staff 1,2,3 Co-Editor - Annual 3 Glee Club 1,2,3 Glee Club Officer 3 Class Officer 1,2,3 GARY COBB 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 Football 3,4 Band 1 Science Club 1,2,3,4 Science Club President 3,4 Class Vice-President 3 Class Treasurer 4 Wittiest Boy 4 Halloween Court 3 Senior Play 4 NANCY CONNALLY FHA Club 1,2,3,4 Pep Squad 1,2,3,4 PINE KNOT Staff Junior High Editor 4 PLOW Staff Reporter 4 Prior to coming to FHS, she participated in: Choir 1 Band Minstrel 1 Basketball 1 ,2 Senior Play Manager 4 FLOYE CANTERBERRY BLACK FHA Club 1,2,3,4 4-H Club 2,3 Pep Squad 3 Seniors VIRGINIA COX Basketball 1 4-H Club 1,3 Glee Club 3,4 Pep Squad 1,3, FHA Club 1,2, 4 3 LINDA BLACK Band Minstrel 3 Band 1 FHA Club 1,2,3,4 4-H Club 2 Pep Squad 2,3,4 Pep Squad President 4 PLOW Staff Reporter 4 PINE KNOT Staff Business Manager 4 Senior Play 4 GERALD CASKEY Mr. Cutie 4 Football 1 ,2 , 3 ,4 Basketball 1 Track 3 FFA Club 1,2 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 4-H Second Vice- President MICKEY COLE Track 2,3 ,4 Science Club 4 4-H Club 2 ,4 BETTY CRAIGHEAD GERALDINE CRANFORD 4-H Club 1,2,3 FHA Club 1,2,3,4 FHA Historian 3 FHA Secretary 4 JAMES CRAWFORD FFA Club 1 FFA Parliamentary Law Team 1 Football 4 Basketball 1 ALVA ANN DUMAS Halloween Maid 3 FHA Club 1,2,3,4 FHA Reporter 3 FHA Parliamentarian 4 4-H Club 3 Pep Squad 3,4 Pep Squad Treasurer 4 Glee Club 2 FHA Leadership Conference 3 FHA Club 1,2,3 Glee Club 4 Seniors JOE DAVIDSON FFA Club 1,2 SANDRA EILAND FHA Club 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 4 Band 1,2,3 Pep Squad 1 Basketball 1,2,3 Halloween Maid 1 JERRY ELLIOTT Football 1 v CAROLYN FARLEY Band 1 ,2,3,4g Band Sergeant 35 Band Field Captain 4g Band Minstrel 3,-4g Pep Squad lg Homecoming Maid lg Basketball lg Class Reporter 1g FHA Club 1,4g 4-H Club 1,2, 3,45 PLOW Staff Business Manager 4g PINE KNOT Staff Music Editor 4g Miss Farmerville High School 45 PLOW Sales 3rd-place Winner 4g Senior Play 4 , HARRY FARRAR, IR. Mr . Farmerville High School 4 Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4 Track I2 , 3 ,4 Basketball 1 Class President 2 Leadership Conference 3 4-H Club 1,2 4-H Best Camper 1 PLOW staff Sports Editor 4 PINE KNOT Staff Sports Editor 4 Senior Play 4 Best Trainer Award 4 FREDDIE FORD CAROLYN GLASS FHA Club' l,2,3,4 FHA Treasurer 3 FHA Vice-President 4 Parish FHA Treasurer 4 Literary Rally 1,3 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 Leadership Conference 3 Basketball 1 PLOW Staff Editor 4 PINE KNOT Staff Organizations Editor 4 RODNEY HARPER Literary Rally 2,3 State Literary Rally 2 Science Club 1 ,2,3,4 Science Club Laboratory Technician 45 Leadership Conference 35 Basketball 15 Football 35 Track 35 PLOW Staff Business Manager 45 PINE KNOT Assistant Editor 45 Class Parliamentarian 4 Senior Play 4 Seniors RUBY ANN FARRAR Band 1,2,3,4 Band Minstrel 1,2 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 4-H Camp 1 Farm and Home Electric Winner 35 Shortcourse 4 Class Secretary 3 FHA Club 1,2,3,4 Basketball Manager 1 Halloween Maid 2 Wittiest Girl 4 Yam Contest 2 Senior Play 4 WINONA GATES Fl-IA Club 1,2,3,4 FHA Songleader 3,4 FHA Leadership Conference 3 4-H Club 3,4 CHRISTENE HOLLOWAY Pep Squad 1,2,3,4 Drillmaster 4 4-H 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4 FHA l,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 45 Miss Spark 4 Class Secretary 45 PINE KNOT Staff 45 PLOW Staff 45 Miss Cutie 45 Homecoming Queen 4g Literary Rally 35 Leader- ship Conference5 Homemaker Contest 4. BILLIE REX GREEN Band 1,2,3,4 Band Officer 3,4 Football 3 ,4 PRESCOTT HUDSON LAMARJINKS Literary Rally 1 Baseball 2 ,3 ,4 FRANCES JOHNSON FHA Club 4 Prior to coming to FHS, she participated in: Pep Squad 1,2 Glee Club 1 ,2 JEAN LAMPRICH Pep Squad 1,2,3,4 Pep Squad Secretary 4 4-H Club 1, 2 FHA Club l,2,3,4 FHA Historian 4 Band Minstrel 2,4 Leadership Conference 3 PINE KNOT Senior Editor PLOW staff Reporter 4 Homecoming Maid of Honor 4 Senior Play Co-Director Seniors FHA Club 1,2,3,4 4-H Club 1,2 1 5 E 5 2 3 5 r a DOROTHY KILCREASE FHA Club 1,2,3,4 4-H Club 1 HENRY BURK MALONE Basketball 1,2 Baseball 2 ,3 ,4 Football 1 ,2,3,4 Most Cooperative Award 4 Track 2, 3 ,4 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 4-H Vice-President 1 , 2 4-H President 3,4 4-H Parish Reporter 4 4-H State Parliamentarian 4 4-H Short Course 3,4 FHA Club Beau 4 Science Club 2g Band l,2,3 Band Corporal 2,3 Class Vice-President 4 CAROLYN MASHAW CHARLES MILFORD GAY MITCHELL Pep Squad 1,2,3,4 Pep Squad Vice-President 4 FHA Club 1,2,3,4 PINE KNOT Staff Features Editor 4 PLOW Staff Reporter 4 Seniors LA RUE MILLER LEONARD MILLER 2nd place, District Science Fair 2 FLORINE NALE FHA Club 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 4 Pep Squad 3,4 4-H Club 1,2,3 BONNIE NOLAN BUSTER NOLAN Basketball I , 2 Basketball Manager 3 FHA Club 1,2,3,4 Pep Squad 1 , 3 Senior Play 4 KIRBY MORRIS Football 1,2,3,4 Best Lineman Award 4 Track 2,3 ,4 FHA Club Beau 4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Friendliest Boy 4 Class Reporter 3 LUCY NALE FHA Club 1,2,3,4 4-H Club 2,3 Pep Squad 3 FREDDY NOLAN TEDDY NOLAN RUBY NOLAN FHA Club l,2,3,4 Glee Club 4 CURTIS NYEGAARD 4-H Club 2,3,4 4-H Short Course 2,3 4-H First Vice-Presid 4-H Treasurer 4 4-H Executive Committee 3 ent 3 Seniors JOHNNY NORRIS Band 1,2 ,4 Band Officer 4 Baud Minstrel 1 Class President 1 Halloween Court 1 Literary Rally 2 Science Club 3,4 Football 3,4 Most Scholastic 4 Track 2 ,3,4 FHA Club Beau 4 Most Handsome 4 LEROY ODOM BRUCE ODOM Football 3,4 Science Club 4 Class President 3 Basketball l FFA Club 1 SUE ODOM 4-H Club 1,2 FHA Club 1,2,3,4 Pep Squad 2,3,4 Glee Club 4 Halloween Queen 4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Most Athletic 4 Senior Play 4 GAYLE PINCKARD Band l,'2,3,4 FHA Club 1,2,3,4 4-H Club l,2,3,4 Pelican Girls' State 3 Senior Play Co-Director 4 Best Girl Student 4 PINE KNOT Staff Activities Editor 4 PLOW Staff Exchange Editor 4 PLOW Sales Contest Winner 4 Literary Rally 1,3 Class Reporter 4 Basketball 1 MARY PACE Literary Rally 2 PLOW Staff Reporter 4 PINE KNOT Staff Elementary Editor 4 PAUL PALMER Band l,2,3,4 Band Captain 4 Science Club l,2,3,4 Science Club Reporter Class President 4 Pelican Boys' State 3 Literary Rally 2 PLOW Staff Reporter 4 PINE KNOT Editor 4 Mr. Senior 4 Senior Play 4 BECKY SCOTT Basketball l Band 1,2,3,4 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 Fl-IA Club 1,2 Band Minstrel 1 PLOW Staff Reporter 4 PINE KNOT Staff Art Editor 4 Friendliest 4 LORENE SIMPSON Basketball 1 , 2 , 3 FHA Club 1,2,3 Softball 1 ,2 , 3 4 ROBERT REAGAN Seniors EMMETT SILMON Basketball 1,2,3,4 Baseball 3,4 Football 3,4 Track 3 Halloween Court 4 FFA Club 1,2 Class Secretary 2 FHA Club 1,2,3,4 Fl-IA Leadership Conference 3 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 4-H Short Course 2 PLOW staff Reporter 4 PINE KNOT Staff Elementary Editor 4 Outstanding 4-H'er 2 4-H Camp 1 JAMES TAYLOR PINE KNOT Staff Class Editor 4 PLOW Staff Reporte Best Boy Student 4 Halloween Court 2 Class Treasurer 2,3 Literary Rally 1,3 r4 GERALD Tl-IURSTON BRENDA TUCKER FHA Club 1,2,3,4 4-H Club 1,2,3,4 4-H Songleader 4 Band 2 ,3 ,4 Pep Squad 1 Glee Club 2 PLOW Staff Snapshot Editor 4 Band Minstrel 1 VAN TUCKER Seniors RONNIE TUCKER 4-H Club 2,:3,4 Football 4 FFA Club 1,2 CAROL JOYCE WALLER Miss Flame 4 Band 1,2,3,4g Majorette 1 ,2,3 ,4g Band Minstrel 1,2,4g Dance Band 4g Band Camp 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,23 PLOW Staff 4g PINE KNOT Staff 4g Literary Rally 3g 4-H Club 1,2g FHA Club 1,4g Leadership Confer- ence 3g Miss Senior 45 Piano 1,2,3,4 All-District Band 3 Senior Play 4g Superior Twirling 25 Twirling Instructor 2 ,3 , 4. 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N, Q l23 .Y 'SQ Noel Daniels Linda Acree Patsy Acree Eddie Albritton Curtis Allen Jerry Allen Judy Armor Robert Armstrong Larry Bailey Ruth Baker James Barron Annette Beasley Glyn Briley Daniel Bryan Tommy Brett Peggy Burch Juan Na Byrnside Billy Canterbury Lynn Canterbury Luther Chadwick Daisy Chapman Gary Chapman Don Cole Ieffie Cole John Craighead Erma Davidson ' ' ' -' WQESJTF' Qi K Y M ,fn- ' Z P' , , 2 , ., , .. 4 3, if 4 'H gggpyflf-Q : A I , l 1: . Qaiffzigk my wma A ,Q 4,1 - L., ,X 'eggfg -gg - f g ,wffwf Wi-P .Wy , N .Y . M11 ' Q . 'B W, 4 Jig? N N K 25 5 A K f fgfgj A , x gg. Q M. .AWN . ' 555: fvggigun-n ' 'X N, 5 Q 'Aiwa . . ' T Xl, gi? VVVV i wh 'H - ' K' 'fs . 49 .QL , wh 'f ' 1, :Q-ff"1 ww gf ASH Lws-51, 'V' - l 1 HW N Q 5 w '15 S55 up MNH aw - ii' ,, ,.. -. 223 . xx: . x,g, - . fig . -rf' Jr ., . SSS 1' - - .g ' wa..-sag..-1 fx wv. ,, .. A. .wig .15 ,,,. X , ..,.. -kv , .by W .Ls . . sm. img f Mi. ' ' Lggigzsf-v4 gr 1 . . . ' I .X, X' af. 15-A ,zzzig -I .--- 2 .- .. 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I Q Q ,MM ':': 5 f 1, P , M , ,.: ' -, Q 'Q N5 P1 N' WADE AUGER ,xx alia r Freshmen Judy Adams Gordie Adkins Joy Van Adkins Terry Akin Ray Alexander Jimmy Roy Alford Kenneth Auger Garry Bailey Peggy Bailey Peggy Bayles Clifford Bickham Patsy Boggs Joyce Ann Briley Delores Byrnside Paul Chapman Don Chevallier Jimmy Cranford Joyce Cranford Andrea Dean Linda Sue Dean Mildred Dean Pal Dean Vera Joyce Dodd Pat Drummond Charles Dumas Larry Dumas Victor Freeman Robert Gates Lynette Gilbert Margie Halley Jeanie Harrell Jeannette Hicks Johnny Hicks Barbara Hodge Harry Holloway Jimmy Johnson Ronny Johnston Vernon Kennedy Richard Love Barbara Mclntosh Paul Meeks Virginia Miller Billy Joe Nale Roger Neal Doris Nolan Carol Perkins Vicki Odom or im Clara Mae Pardue J 7 J 1 J 35773 ' ' 4 Q24 1 DQ! Q33-Q X Q ,Sass l ' lr 4 T 951 ss 52514 we tr. .ss 33 ul Freshmen Doreen Wilhite Leon Wilhite Freshmen James Pickel Gary Post Linda Raborn Jerry Ramsey Fred Rogers Sandra Sharp Carolyn Skains Jimmy Spurlock Bettye Stewart Jurd Taylor Robert Ray Taylor Carol Ann Thomas Gayle Thurston Ann Tucker Herschel Tucker Nan Tucker Patsy Tucker Wayne Upshaw Mack Wade Jimmy Dale West ln fhe Classroom with the Eighfh Grade Mrs. Rabun's eighth grade Home Ec girls entertain Mrs. Antley's eighth grade P. E. girls at a Christ- mas party in the Home Ec cottage. J no Mrs. Howard demonstrates that heat causes metals to expand to her third period eighth grade science class. The boys and girls in Mrs. Reid's math class are busy drawing circles and measuring degrees. This teaches them to use a compass and a protractor correctly. l3l Eighth Grade Johnny Albritton Patricia Allen Teddy Aulds Lynn Baughman Helen Beasley Tommy Van Bennett Jan Black Billie Fay Boggs James Brantley Atly Brasher Michael Bryan Don Byrnes C. D. Canterberry Judy Canterberry Don C askey Kenny Craighead Hollis Downs Betty June Dumas Bonnie Dumas Kenneth Duty Deanna Elliott Iimmye Carol Fletcher Mike Foster Janice Futch Charles Gates Eighth Grade Randy Gillum Eric Green Michael Haddox David Hall David Harris Carol Ann Hartman Dianne Hollis Michael Howard Larry Hudson Robbie James Gary Johnson Maxine Johnson Van Johnson Barbara Jordan Patsy Kennedy Don Lockwood Jimmy Long Robert McMurrian Gerald Wayne Morgan John Lanny Morris Willa Lynn Morris Nena Bell Nale Judy Beth Neal Becky Nolan Jerrel Gates Frederick Nyegaard Eighth Grade Brenda Odom Rita Gay Odom Mikie Ouchley Effie Mae Pace Jackie Phillips Dennis Pinckard Larry Popwell Lyndia Kay Pyle Edwin Ramsey Stanley Read Dianne Roan Hayward Roberson Henry Rodgers I. L. Rowell Judy Skains Mary Katheryn Smith Freddy Stewart Hermoine Stewart Larry Stokes Judy Tucker Linda Louise Upshaw Barry Wade Evelyn Watson Jo Ann Wiley Seventh Grade af Work if I ai!! Some students in Mrs. Dil1ard's room are putting We find Mrs. Edwards' room watching an interesting arithmetic problems on the board and explaining film. These are entertaining as well as educational. them while the remainder of the class listen and learn from the explanations. fM,, Mrs. Farrar's room was busy studying when the All of Mrs. Tanner's students are working energetically photographer snapped their picture. on their homework in their study period. l35 fi' Seventh Grade Mrs. Doris Dillard Clifford Adcock Larry Adkins Donna Albritton Marsha Albritton Mary Louise Bearden Larry Booth Gail Brashier Durwood Brette Judy Davidson James Kerby Dean Bobby Duty Jerry Edwards Therese Vera Freeman Gertie Mae Hanson Bennie Joe Hayes Sandra Kay Hodge Darthorie Kennedy Kenneth Linahan Ray McDonald Curry Nolan David Preaus Terry Salter Evelyn Skains Charlotte Vick Sheila Wade Brenda Ward Johnny Williams Mrs. Bertha Lou Edwards Joe Albritton Rosalind Armstrong Fred Burnside Ronnie Cole Mildred Cranford March Davidson , I r . Dianne Farris Danny Frashier Tommy Futch A. Y. Green Keith Guier Terry Kennedy Gail Lamprich Mary Alice Lee .Timmy Miller Dianne Nale Emest Nyegaard David Odom Joan Odom Dennis Roan Bradley Smith Huey Tatum Doris Jean Tucker Danny Tettleton Ricky Ward Kay Williams Sevenfh Grade Seventh Grade Mrs. Sadie Farrar Jerry L . Albritton Steve Ballard Sharon Brantley Charles Booth Buddy Camors James Cruse Regina Dean Marianne Eldred Jeff Elliott Sharon Freeman Ora Merle Hallman Jo Hayes Bettye Hicks Mellie Holloway Patricia Johnson Johnny Long Ray Masling William Morris Ann Odom Bobby Odom Bonnie Odom Robin Pace Jimmy Rowell Kathleen Spurlock Ervin Tatum Larry White Royce Aulds, Ir. Dorothy Bearden Margaret Bickham Patrick Bryan Kerry Freeman Terry Gates Jo Ann Lockwood Ralph Love Joe Lowery Lois Meeks Judy Nolan Linda Nolan Ronnie Nolan Clayton Phillips Elizabeth Phillips Marilyn Post Patty Owens Beth Roberts George Rogers John Larry Savage Michael Smith Gay Thomas Pam Tucker Jim Wade Seventh Grade Mrs. Gladys Tanner Gary L . Albritton Billy Anderson Sixth Grade Activities Mrs. I-Iarper's children are busy sketching pic- tures as an outcome of a unit in geography on the Balkan countries. Much interest is being shown as a result of art being integrated with social studies. will ' ' n."r f In Mrs. Futch's room music is receiving the children's attention. They find that singing is inspirational and en- joyable as well as edu- cational. In fact they believe happy people are a singing people. The pupils in Mrs. Rogers room have just received their prizes for selling magazines. The sixth grade pupils have made good salesmen. The prizes were very nice, and each child who sold a magazine received a pen. Each room and the office are to receive clocks for the walls as extra prizes for the high sales. 1- iisfigfl MM Lf., 1 sf .gg rf " AV? w 52 in Wa sw -1335 veg? iii: .5357 K 'Q : ,z :rg A plz: 4, E, S fy Qfswi .g , :xxx Q1 , QQ? W ..,,,:,?s1:- in . f sv mfg? ff-f ..,1::.Q5f 1 sw 'i9i9j.:ggg K -M, 1 , Srxfh Grade Linda Kay Albritton James Richard Allen John Waller Bearden Jerry Byrnside Charles Cruse Carol Davidson Terry Dumas Peggy Jane Grier Joey Hall Annie Rae Johnson James Jennings Dianne Kennemore Tony Kyle Babs Miller Hansford Miller Brantley Nolan Ricky Owens Joe Pickel Stacey Savage Pam Sehon Stephen Tucker Sarah Nan Tucker Bobby Wood all Larry Oliphant Mrs. Doris Rogers Barbara Adams Ronald Autrey Sherry Ann Barron Margaret Baughman Rex Cobb Dickey Cole Joe Dean Carol Joye Frasier Jennifer Gulley Roger Harris Harold Harvey Bobby Johnson Janie Mae Johnson Brenda Keene Carroll Lemoine Sarah Morgan Bertie Nale Ragena Phelps Linda Reid Bonnie Sharp Rickey Skains Steve Terral Gary Tucker Jimmye Carolyn Wiley 1 1 K.. ' . Fifth Grade Activities The subject of much interest in the WEEKLY READER was "Operation Deep-Freeze." As these students in Mrs. Ham- monds' room paused in their discussion for the location of Antarctica, this scene was taken. 'la The children of Mrs. E1liott's room are work- ing in their language workbooks. They are finding that the books are a valuable aid in learning word usage, punctuation, and other skills. These students in Mrs. Rabun's room are look- ing at the pictures they made by "pinch tearing" old newspapers. This kind of picture making was brought about by a discussion of Thanks- giving and of how frugal the early settlers were, making use of materials at hand and wasting nothing. Flffh Grade Richard Albritton Glynn Aulds Eddie Burch Lester Davidson Bill Davis Melba Gean Hayes Stephen Hinton Frances Johnson Judy Johnson Judy Kennedy Arnita Laster Richard Long Tony Nolan Ciesmond Nyegaard Mary Emma Savage Rickie Silmon Marvin Simpson David Tettleton Gary Tucker Michael Tucker " Wigzaw ,- X Q2 ws 2 ' ,Q 4 . . U 116' ' l S sw wg K K - X x .,,, " L 4 ' X177 A "' v MI 15114. 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' xwiff Esiwitcxbrx 3 K , , T H, WM , 1 ,H "' 'L-elm, .5 wf.EQAv: 2 -, rm 3 zzwggk . .. ., K ' 4:11, V ' Q:-f K W X if ? aiu Q fl , 1. ,ggi if 'df W., ,sm ., ,A . ,N ifdiisiki' ' 39? , Q X. z, wx Qsh, xmfig i . rv. 'W ,Y E 3 . W gf f sax-ff I 1--ww vb.. v Q ,Q .qi g, - -X . Y- 'Kgs Y I xx ' +A K L L,Ll, ., J' get fa 5, -A-- AEK 5.4 Si M, V . gf?-fl nys- X sr ' . ' - ' 'If L, ' i .ez 10516 .. lg: mg . V r W5 1 .3 Lf? . f!.1:1Z:f V-s' -A2X.,Hg W , - mg figrii ?, kgs?-." R Q' 4. in , K f-tiffi'ff:ge:v,1-rr:-fi I 1 2 -'Q awww , ,X,X.5,,,i. L,.,,,, 5 Q v 'A in H. Upon finishing a unit on Switzerland, we find Mrs. Armstrong's class displaying and explain- ing pictures they drew on the subject. Mrs. Pace's class is happy to display the pictures they drew on the subject of the lands around the Mediterranean Sea. Mrs. Iris Armstrong Kathy Albritton Anne Aulds Freddy Autrey Janice Bird Boddy Burnside Mary Ann Cole Eugene Cruse Doyline Garris John Wayne Giddens Mary Katherine Hinton Meredith Jennings Larry Kenley Calvin Miller Milas Parker Douglas Phillips Peggy Phillips Mitchell Pinckard Charles Post Joe Preaus Andree Rabun Jerry Rowell Raney Silmon Henry Simpson Rodney Simpson Mary Lou Smith Connie Jean Tucker Richard Vick Eddie Ward !"l' ,fl X 1 5 ... .MA 'M I' :I 'J Wil ' . wr" J J 1 ls- r 'iz- X ! J ff -' s r J J . rit,x4R!xs.f M 'GQ Mrs Clara Lee Greene Ferril Albritton Roye Albritton Tommy Albritton Robert Allen Nell Barron Wanda Gay Boggs Linda Burch Gary Canterbury LaFaye Clement Mary Sue Fitzgerald Mary Ann Futch Farrel Harvey Patrick Kennedy Michael Martindale Dotson Nale Glyn Nale Vicki Nolan Jay Norris Barbara Jo Odom Joann Pace Virgil Ramsey Clyde Redl David Roan Teresa Rogers Kay Sehon Vernon Sharp Kenny Simpson Perry Wagnon wi ,N ,s 2 V x Lil! 5 1.1.51 ,r 'zzfh fi! 4 , . -- .I . A .b f ,bf xii if isp - - -, ., , r ,Www 1' fi H1 . - Ksximqsg f 11S:z,QgsWw ,f,kf:?.-XGA t ,K -- i iiiiawivifgf , ,ii X gi 4331- V v'7'?gjt .QJNM :l....L'X' A A A .. M-?A.Q3fff5Tfggf,g :mf V. ,,., 1- -1 If W 1: V ri Li lyi 3 A ,. JAW' 'Wm 1 . .J 4.,.. . A N. 2275.59 Q-lf 1, . winwwk Mx w Wi H h.,V ,ww 5 L+-. C -N. xc., , iguggggagz 4 in Lffttfl 5 K M .. ..,.1 a- HEEL in K W K fi, ,gf W 1Ay.x W ,uf-,E ,iw V K .,gg5:,Q. , .LA .. ' 'L in 7 X ix . ,,.,, ,.x. . .Q A KQQQQQK4 .fc if .. w Ken. -I A 'ef f ' K' H ww ,N . . I5 53,3551 , M gg' --M2195 ,ww iw 5 i P 1 , ff' Q Y- 'fix , ,1 as 'xv ZKA ?2?gaf Wi, 55.33, QW Ely 9 Third Grade Activities E? Mrs, Albritton's class finds time to pose in front of the very at- tractive bulletin board they fixed during National Book Week. Third grade boys and girls in Mrs. Eldred's room enjoy time out with the rhythm band. We find Mrs. Wiley's class reading their weekly paper. This keeps them informed of current world happenings. Third Grade Annice Bayles Donnie Bearden Michael Black Ronald Booth James Brasher Roger Dumas Thomas T. Fields Tony Forbess Ronald Gene Gates Aubrey L . Graham Steven Guier Leonard Hayes Connie Hicks Terri Ann Hicks Wanda Kay Jennings Terry Lynn Johnson Joyce Kyle Woodrow Leggett Sue Ellen Ludwig Roger Nolan Rebecca Read Judy Gail Redden Randall Reid Danny Skains Mary Ellen Spurlock Jerry Taunton Yoneke Taylor Jean Washam ri. E Mrs. Audrey Albritton s ' rs.- 2 ff? 35 llwffefz ' r :I ,J ,fff . in an 'S M -I v 1 WY? 4? iw Q kg? k 1 X ,L ,nfs Q 1+ NY MA NQWYF www xg QM 5? .Q- .,,,,f" A J J 'we K by wk 3 V , E 2 Xi fx V Jw, 1- Q,-af. ,351 5 S5985 M f ii: - , if xi L K gf 5 .gf .,ff36f, k '- fig, gf' A W ,wk Mzmw 4 w g .QL -544 .,,, K 5 1.55 Y, . if 548 ? ?,1,f- W g: ix -vias.. f 1 J fggf df vw. Cf' Third Grade Mrs. Gracibelle Wiley Randy Albritton Anna Marie Auger Deyanne Bearden Terry Brantley Julie Ann Burnside Burl Compton Sherrilyn Cox Donald Lee Davidson David Lynn Duty Mary Ellen Duty Milton Farris Dwiana Garris James Knight Thomas Lane Ledbetter Kenneth Lowery Don Richard Nale Annette O'Brien Kathy Owens Lawanna Parks Stephen Post Billy Rowell Lucien Savage John Beasley Sharp John Thomas Gail Titcomb Beth Upshaw Emmett Lee Ward Mrs. Smith's class is enjoying the new library books during their free period. Second Grade 0 Acfivifies The children in Mrs. Greer's room are en- joying making funny people from potatoes and apples. This was an activity that came as a result from reading a story in the WEEKLY READER. -ffm ar ' h-cd Mt' Mrs. Wi1son's group enjoys using the flannel board, sticks, the abacus and spools to make ad- dition more meaningful. Second Grade Ronald Dean Burnside Betty Sue Byrneside Wanda Gail Buckley Kathy Campbell Ellis Cranford Ronald Davidson Jeff Davidson Carolyn Davis David Dumas Jacqueline Eubanks Nancy Keene Betty Jane Kennedy Kenneth Kennedy Vicki Kennedy Patty Morris Barbara Moulton Billy Ray Odom Jeannie Raley Delores Sharp Dean Simpson Rean Simpson Mickey Skains Amy Strother Mike Wilson Mrs. Estelle Greer Susan Allen Jimmy Albritton 53. X is 5 xr? J I Mrs. Floy Smith Virginia Kay Albritton Gary Booth Second Grade David Bruce Brantley Denise Biley Ricky Byrnside Sandra Gay Byrnside Jean Taylor Clinton Kay Frances Galloway Mike Gilmore Patricia Jane Hartman James P. Hill Jr. Noel Bryant James Cathleen Lemoine Janice Lockwood II Carolyn Love Carl Ray McKenzie James Peyton Nale Brenda Katherine Nolan Marc Odom Rabi Lana Kay Smith Linda Rae Smith Virginia Beth Spears David Stansbury David Taylor Hope Ann Taylor Eddie Ray Ward v15Yi,7"'fff ' A Qt Q, - fr 1 15255 .-11551 Ll'-f ,j,.. l .x . ' 233 A , . , .'-zyif f ::..'i3.f. W.. rw' N, 3 K A ,J , f- - " . H. ..L: .....,,,. .... .V ., wi K- , W . A ' ,, . N .-.ff -' NW K ' -'vw . fum M 12 t-iiLi.,W+ Z x ...Q-FW' W .f-- , S x X UL :VA ,av 1 'E ffrfzzzmg - Wm 'Y :.g4a,xg5 -K 111: ' . .9 K ' ,asthma J? N K .1 ,C 2 YW Q' Mr TN M: :,. A f 3 ,x f K rs' . -. .wx gg ..,. -4,5 NN, in A Q . 2 gig? 1 3 ff EQ 1 , - .-:fm f g A 41575 ' i aff? Wm fi rf.. 1, .. .1 k g xi : Eg' wr I h I Mrs. Andrews' first grade children are enjoying a unit of work "Why Thanks- giving . " Firsf Grade Activities The students in Mrs. A11en's class are pictured during their study of fall time. Pictured is Mrs. Harston's class during one of their book week activities. They are studying to care, ap- preciate, love and receive entertainment from books . Flrsf Grade Ritchey Albritton Wanda Kay Albritton Donnie Brantley Carol Brashear Colleen Carpenter Dana Copeland Roger Alan Crow James E. Davis Sharon Dumas Teresa Halley Gregory Hancock Charlene Jennings Connie Max Jones Jackie Kennemore Roger Martindale Beverly Moore Lou Ellen Nale Judy Nolan Mickey O'Brien Connie Owens Susan Post Shellie Rodgers Tex T. Rowell Robert W. Simpson Christie Taylor Charles B. Thurston Barry Lane Tucker Paul D. Wagnon L hi. 'Q J ,Q mfv rw z , -K Mrs. Sallie B. Allen .I -fe s s i -4 .. - 4 u I Q' 4 H 358 .JP , 2 ' 1 L Mrs. Inez Andrews John Wayne Atkins First Grade Debra Baker LaVerne Burnside Janice Canterberry Terry Wayne Davis Alan Davidson Duell Dodd Patricia Ann Dukes Deborah Free John Ramsey Hallman Ellora Hill John Roy Jennings Suzanne Keene Jan Kennedy Kenneth Earl Martindale Donna Ruth Morris Connie Jean Nolan Karen Odom Becky Platt Art Rainwater Mickey Sue Ray Ervin Redden Sherry Gay Redden Peggy Jo Simpson Nicky Tettleton Sherrie Titcomb James Enoch Tucker Philip Wade I. N. Williams Frrsf Grade Libby Aulds Yancy Brasher Bonnie Campbell Billy Joe Cruse Clark Dean Debra Denton J an Farrar Bobby Grier Steve Hayes Shawn Henry Mike Jerrell Margaret Johnson Wayne Laster Rebecca Leggett Jackie Joe Morris Edith Diana Newman Floy Nyegaard Rhonda Sue Parker Rex Patton Judy Popwell Joel Sharp Ronnie Smith Donna Tettleton Belind a Kaye Thorpe Terry Allen Tucker Bill Tucker Mrs. Hazel I-larston Kenneth Aulds '56 Lynn wade s a T T wafer whim eryr T91 B 't 19- ... ilu la 3 fi Mrs. Jamie Turnage igaw-his Brenda Kay Paddie John Redden Glynn Kennedy Sue Redden Special Education Mrs. Turnage's special education class poses for the photographer. Glynn Kennedy is playing with tinker toysg John Redden is working in his language workbook, and Sue Redden is studying reading . Snapshofs Miss Flame, Carol Joyce Waller, is crowned by Joe Dexter Albritton, while Harry Farrar pre- Our Homecoming Court is presented at the pares to crown Christine Holloway, Miss Spark. pep rally by the cheerleaders. Behind them This bonfire, the first in two years, was the kick- stands the Farmer, the symbol of our football off of the 1959 football season. team. L . F X, H' - ea-.,.. ----...,,, ,Q These are our maiererres preparing re Starr Coach E. J. Albritton shows his team spirit the Halloween parade. Behind their masks, left by helping F1-3110.35 Read lgad thc Chggrg at 3 pgp to right, are Mildred Neal, Carol Joyce Waller, rally. Sharron Eldred, and Patricia Robison. I65 Adverfisemenfs CLAIBCRNE ELECTRIC CO., INC. M urrina SELF-SERVICE FOOD CENTER W. C. MCMURRIAN, OWNER AND MANAGER FARMERVILLE, LA. M rw 1-T M " -Eng' , , , , N gym, 3- 15 mMw.':,g'1,Tii 1 p.M,X-MM HERBERT GREEN GULF STATION Phone 2151 T,,. TTT,T . 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She rwin -William s Paints Hardware - Plumbing Supplies Phone 640 l Farmerville, Louisiana Sfudenf Index Acree, Donald, Sr. 50, 100, 110 Acree, Linda, So. 124 Acree, Patsy, So. 63, 124 Adams, Judy, Fr. 57, 59, 98, 127, 128 Adcock, Clifford, 7th 61,136 Adkins, Dean, Jr. 86, 92, 95, 120 Adkins, Gordie, Fr. 128 Adkins, Joy Van, Fr. 128 Adkins, Larry, 7th 136 Akin, Terry, Fr. 87,128 Albritton, Charles Ray, Jr. 56, 59, 119, 12 Albritton, Danny, Jr. 94,100, 120 Albritton, Dianne, Sr. 60, 66,110 Albritton, Donna, 7th 136 Albritton, Eddie, So. 86, 93, 94, 124 0 Bennett, Tommy Van, 8th 132 Bickham, Bobby, Jr. 120 Bickham, Clifford, Fr. 128 Bickham, Margaret, 7th 139 Black, Floy, Sr. 111 Black, Janis, 8th 132 Black, Linda, Sr. 42, 50, 66, 68, 71, 111 Boggs, Billie Faye, 8th 132 Boggs, Patsy, Fr. 128 Booth, Charles, 7th 138 Booth, Larry, 7th 136 Brantley, James, 8th 132 Brantley, Sharon, 7th 55, 64, 83,138 Brashier, Atly, 8th 87,132 Brashier, Gail, 7th 136 Albritton, Gary, 7th 99, 139 Albritton Jerry Lane, 7th 138 Albritton Joe C., 7th 99,137 Albritton Joe D. , Sr. 26, 28, 32, 43, 49, 50, 55, 59, 69, 82, 86, 87, 93, 94, '71, 100,103, 104, 105, 110, 89, 165 Albritton, John Loyd, Jr. 86, 89, 93, 95, 120 Brett, Tommy, So. 124 Brett, Durwood, 7th 136 Briley, Glynn, So. 124 Briley, Joyce Ann, Fr. 128 Brothers, Bonnie, Jr. 120 Brothers, Lonnie, Jr. 86, 93, 100, 101, 120 Albritton, Johnny, 8th 132 Albritton, Marsha, 7th 136 Alexander, Ray, Fr. 55, 87, 98, 128 Alford, Jimmy Roy, Fr. 128 Allen, Curtis, So. 94, 123, 124 Allen, Kay, Jr. 33, 37, 66, 120, 165 Allen, Jerry, So. 93, 94, 57, 86, 124 Allen, Patricia, 8th 132 Anderson, Billy, 7th 132 Anderson, Brenda, Sr. 28, 26, 50. 71, 114 Andrews, Buddy, Sr. 102,114 Armor, Judy, So. 66,123,124 Armstrong, Robert, So. 124 Armstrong, Rosalind, 7th 39,137 Auger, Kenneth, Fr. 50.87, 127,128 Aulds, Martha, Jr. 120 Aulds, Royce, 7th 139 Aulds, Sue, Sr. 26, 56, 58, 69, 71, 79, 114 Aulds, Teddy, 8th 132 Bailey, Garry, Fr. 128 Bailey, Larry, So. 124 Bailey, Peggy, Fr. 128 Baker, Ruth, So. 60,124 Ballard, Barron, Steve, 7th 55, 60, 138 James, So. 65, 86, 93, 94,124 Brown, Sue, Sr. 111 Bryan, Daniel, So. 57, 59, 124 Bryan, Michael, 8th 132 Bryan, Patrick, 7th 139 Burch, Betty, Jr. 120 Burch, Peggy, So. 60,124 Byrnes, Jean, Jr. 120 Byrnes, Don 132 Byrnside, Delores, Fr. 98,128 Byrnside, Fred, 7th 137 Byrnside, Juan Na, So. 124 Camors, Buddy, 7th 55,599,138 Canterberry, Billie, So. 124 Canterberry, C. D., Sth 132 Baughman, Lynn, 8th 132 Baughman, Mitzi, Jr. 50, 55, 59, 60, 119, 120 Bayles. Peggy. Fr- 128 Cole, Mickey, Sr. 50, 63,102,1 Bearden , Dorothy, 7th 139 Bearden, Mary Louise, 7th 136 Bearden Beasley, Beasley, Bennett, , Stien, Jr. 120 Annette, So. 60, 124 Helen, 8th 132 Johnny C., Sr. 110 Canterberry, Judy, 8th 132 Canterberry, Lynn, So. 124 Caskey, Don, 8th 87,99,132 Caskey, Gerald, Sr. 65, 81, 86, 91, 93, 111 Chadwick, Luther, So. 124 Chapman, Daisy, So. 124 Chapman, Gary, So. 61, 124 Chapman, Paul, Fr. 128 Chevallier, Don, Fr. 87,98,128 Clement, Linda, Jr. 56,120 Cobb, Gary, Sr. 50, 63, 82, 86, 90, 93, 109,111 Cole, Don, So. 124 Cole, Jeffie, So. 124 Compton, Imogene, Jr. 66,120 11 Connally, Nancy, Sr. 26, 50,' 66, 69, 71, 111 Cox, Virginia, Sr. 60, 66,111 Craighead, Betty, Sr. 66, 72, 112 Craighead, Bobby, Sr. not shown Craighead, John, So. 86, 93, 102, 124 Craighead, Kenneth, 8th 132 Cranford, Geraldine, Sr. 60,112 Cranford, Jimmy, Fr. 87, 98,128 Cranford, Joyce, Fr. 128 Cranford, Mildred, 7th 137 Crawford, James, Sr. 86, 90, 93,112 Cruse, James, 7th 138 Daniels, Noel, So. 39, 49, 86, 92, 93, 102, 105, 124 Davidson, Erma, So. 124 Davidson, Joe, Sr. 112 Davidson, Judy, 7th 136 Davidson, Mack, Jr. 39, 120 Davidson, March, 7th 39, 99,137 Davis, Ben, Jr. 120 Dean, Andrea, Fr. 128 Dean, Elsie, So. 60, 125 Dean, James Kerby, 7th 134 Dean, Linda Sue, Fr. 128 Dean, Pal, Fr. 87, 98,128 Dean, Regina, 7th 64,138 Dean, Ronnie, Jr. 120 Futch, Janice, 8th 132 Futch, Tommy, 7th 61, 99,137 Gaddis, Larry, Jr. 56, 59, 63, 87, 120 Gates, Charles, 8th 132 Gates, Grey, Jr. 60, 121 Gates, Gerald, 8th 133 Gates, James, So. not shown Gates, Robert, Fr. 129 Gates, Gates, Terry, '7th 139 Winona, Sr. 26, 50,72,113 Gilbert, Lynette, Fr. 98,129 Gilbert, Sybil, So. 63, 66, 96, 125 Gillum, Randy, 8th 41, 56, 87, 99, 133 Glass, Carolyn, Sr. 28, 69, 70, 72, 113 Gray, Ann, So. 66,125 Green, A. Y., 7th 61, 99,137 Green, Billie Rex, Sr. 43, 57, 59, 60, 8 Green, Donna Sue, Jr. 55,121 Green, Eric, 8th 87,133 Greer, Judy, Jr. 57, 72, 121 Guier, Keith, '7th 61,137 Denton, Mickey, So. 125 Dodd, Clayton, Jr. 120 Dodd, Vera, Fr. 98,128 Downs, Hollis, 8th 57, 87, 99, 132 Downs, Robert, Jr. 55, 65, 87, 120 Drummond, Patricia, Fr. 66, 98, 128 Gulley, Robert, Jr. 86, 93,119, 121 Haddox, Mike, 8th 39, 83, 87, 99, 133 Hall, David, 8th 87,133 Halley, Margie, Fr. 98,129 Halley, Nellie, Jr. 60, 66, 121 Hallman, Hoppy, So. 22, 57, 60,125 Dumas, Alva Ann, Sr. 66, 72,102 Dumas, Bettye June, 8th 132 Dumas, Bonnie, 8th 132 Dumas, Charles, Fr. 129 Dumas, Larry, Fr. 129 Duty, Bobby, 7th 136 Duty, Kenneth, 8th 132 Edwards, Jerry, 7th 136 Edwards. Johnny, So. 86, 93,125 Eiland, Sandra, Sr. 60,112 Eldred, Marianne, 7th 56,60,138 Eldred, Sharron, Jr. 26, 28, 54, 56, 120, 165 Elkins, Sue, So. 66,125 Elliott, Deanna, 8th 83,132 Elliott, Jeff, '7th 64,138 Eubanks, Boyce Ann, Jr. 120 Farley, Carolyn, Sr. 26, 28, 50, 55, 58, 69, 70, 78, 112 Farrar, Harry, Sr. 28, 32, 43, 49, 50, 69, 71, 78, 86, 87, 88, 89, 93, 102, 104, 105, 113. 165 Farrar, Ruby Ann, Sr. 26, 50, 56, 82, 113 Farris, Dianne, 7th 137 Fletcher, Bobby, So. 86, 92, 125 Fletcher, Jimmie Carol, 8th 66, 132 Ford, Freddie, Sr. 113 Foster, Mike, 8th 132 Frasier, Danny, 7th 99, 137 Freeman, Bennie, Jr. 120 Freeman, Kerry, 7th 139 Freeman, Sharon, 7th 138 Freeman, Therese, 7th 136 Freeman, Victor, Fr. 129 l86 Hallman, Ora Merle, 7th 55,138 Hanson, Gertie Mae, 7th 136 Hanson, Lavernon, So. 125 Hanson, Patsy, Jr. 121 Harper, Rodney, Sr. 28, 41, 43, 50, 63, Harrell, Aliene, Jr. 39, 56,121 Harrell, Jeanie, Fr. 67, 129 Harris, David, 8th 133 Hartman, Carol Ann, 8th 56,133 Hayes, Bennie Joe, 7th 136 Hayes, La Jo, 7th 64,138 Hearn, Gladen, Jr. 100, 101, 119, 121 Hicks, Beth, So. 63, 123, 125 Hicks, Betty Lou, 7th 138 Hicks, Carol Ann, Jr. 121 Hicks Jeannette, Fr. 67, 98, 129 Hicks, Johnny, Fr. 129 Hicks, Truman, So. 125 Hodge, Barbara Ann, Fr. 95,129 Hodge, Brenda Joyce, Jr. 60,121 Hodge, Joy Ann, Jr. 22, 60, 67' 121 Hodge, Sandra Kay, 7th 136 Hollis, Dianne, 8th 133 Hollis, Jerry, So. 125 7, 89, 91, 93, 113 68, '70, 109, 113 Holloway, Christine, Sr. 28, 32, 33, 36, 50, 65, 67, 68, '70, '7 81, 72, 109, 113, 165 Holloway, Harry, Fr. 87,129 Holloway, Mellie, 7th 55,138 Howard,Micheal, 8th 133 Hudson, Larry, 8th 87,99,133 Hudson, Prescott, Sr. 100,101, 114 Hudson, Ted, So. 100, 101, 125 James, Robbie, 8th 87, 99, 133 Jennings, Charles, So. 125 Jinks, Lamar, Sr. 114 Johnson, Elton, So. 125 Johnson, Gerry, 8th 133 Johnson, Jimmy, Fr. 87,129 Johnson, Mary Sue, So. 125 Johnson, Maxine, 8th 133 Johnson, Patricia, 7th 138 Johnson, Van, 8th 99,133 Johnston, Dorothy, Jr. 60, 121 Johnston, Frances, Sr. 114 Johnston, Lester, Jr. 121 Johnston, Ronny, Fr. 56,129 Jordan, Barbara, 8th 133 Kelley, Charles, Jr. 121 Kennedy, Darthorie, 7th 136 Kennedy, Patsy, 8th 56,133 Kennedy, Terry, 7th 137 Kennedy, Vernon, Fr. 98,129 Kilcrease, Dorothy, Sr. 114 Lamprich. Jean, sr. 26,2s, 33, 37, 43, 50, 67, 69, 71, 72, 114, 165 Lamprich, Mary Gail, 7th 61,137 Lannan, Kenneth, 7th 136 Lannan, Tommy, So. 125 Laster, Katie Ann, Jr. 43, 50, 62, 96, 119, 121, 165 Lee, Mary Alice, 7th 139 Lockwood, Don, 8th 133 Lockwood, Jo Ann, 7th 137 Long, Jeanette, Jr. 43, 56, 58, 60, 96, 119, 121 Long, Jimmy, 8th 61,99,133 Long. Johnny, 7th 41, 83, 99, 138 Long, Larry, So. 56,86, 93, 125 Love, Ralph, 7th 61,139 Love, Richard, Fr. 61,129 Lowery, Joe Dean, 7th 139 Ludwig, Roye, Jr. 49, 86, 89, 93, 105, 121 McDonald, Ray, 7th 136 McMurrian, Robert, 8th 41, 57, 87, 99, 133 Malone, Henry, Sr. 45, 49, 51, 55, 67, 73, 86, 104, 114 Malone, Mary. Jr. 60,121 Mashaw, Carolyn, Sr. 114 McIntosh, Barbara, Fr. 67,98, 129 Masling, Ray, 7th 57, 99, 138 McLemore, Judy, So. 39, 67, 123, 125 Meels, Harold, Jr. 121 Meeks, Lois, 7th 139 Meeks, Paul, Fr. 129 Milford, Charles, Sr. 57,87,114 Milford, Lucinda, So. 61, 67,125 Miller Jimmy, 7th 61,137 Miller, Johnny, So. 86, 93, 102, 125 Miller, La Rue, Sr. 115 Miller Leonard, Sr. 115 Miller Virginia, Fr. 129 90, 93, 102, Mitchell, Gay, Sr. 68, 71, 115 Morgan, Gerald, 8th 87,133 Morris , Carolyn, Jr. 121 Morris, John, 8th 41, 61, 95, 99, 133 Morris , Joyce, So. 125 Morris, Kirby, Sr. 43, 49, 73, 81, 86, 89, 93, 95, 104, 115 Morris, Wella Lynn, 8th 133 Morris, Nale, Nale, Nale, Nale, Nale, Neal, Neal, Neal, Neal, Nolan, Nolan, Nolan, Nolan, Nolan, Nolan, Nolan, Nolan, Nolan, Nolan, Nolan, Nolan, William, 7th 138 Billy Joe, Fr. 87,129 Dianne, 7th 61, 137 F1orme,sr. ao, 67,115 Lucy, sr. 115 Nena Belle, 8th 61, 133 Eugene, Jr. 121 Judy Beth, 8th 61, 133 Mildred Jo, Jr. 26, 32, 121, 165 Roger, Fr. 87, 98, 125 Becky Faye, 8th 133 Bonnie, Sr. 50, 60,115 Buster, Sr. 50,115 Curry, 7th 136 Doris, Fr. 129 Freddy, Jr. 121 Freddy, Sr. 116 Judy Lanette, 7th 139 Linda Gay, 7th 139 Rex, So. 86, 93, 125 Ronnie, 7th 63,139 Ruby Faye, Sr. 60,116 Nolan, Teddy, Sr. 116 Nolan Tex, So. 86, 98, 125 Nolan, , Wilton, So. 125 Norris, Johnny, Sr. 43, 50, 55, 58, 60, 63, 73, 79, 49, 86, 91, 93 102, 104, 105, 116 Nyegaard, Curtis, Sr. 50. 65, 116 Nyegaard, Ernest, 7th 137 Nyegaard, Frederick, 8th 134 Odom, Ann, 7th 55, 60, 138 Odom Odom Odom Odom Odom Odom Odom Odom Odom , Bobby, 7th 138 , Bonnie, 7th 138 , Brenda, 8th 39,134 , Bruce, Sr. 43, 63, 86, 90, 93, 116 , David, 7th 137 , Jerry, Jr. 121 , Joan, 7th 61,137 , Leroy, Sr. 116 , Rita Gay, 8th 134 Odom, Sharon, So. 33, 37, 56, 125, 165 Odom, Sue, Sr. 38, 50, 60, 67, 82, 96, 116 Odom, Vicki, Fr. 98, 129 Odom, Wilda Jean, Jr. 60, 62, 122, 165 Oliphant, Donald, So. 126 Ouchley, Glen, Jr. 122 Ouchley, Mikie, 8th 134 Owens, Billie Jean, So. 126 Owens, Panicia Ruth, 7th 139 Pace, Pace, Bessie, So. 126 Effie Mae, 8th 61,134 I87 Pace, Mary, Sr. 50, 69, 71, 117 Pace, Robin, 7th 138 Palmer, Paul, Sr. 28, 43, 50, 55, 58, 63, 68, 71, 80, 109, 117 Pardue, Clara Mae, Fr. 129 Patterson, Farris, So. 57, 60, 86, 93, 126 Perkins, Carol, Fr. 55,98, 129 Phillips, Clayton, 7th 139 Phillips, Darline. Jr. 72,122 Phillips, Elizabeth, 7th 139 Phillips, Jackie, 8th 134 Pickel, La June, Jr. 56,96, 122 Pilgreen, Johnny, Jr. 122 Pinckard, Dennis, 8th 134 Pinckard, Gayle, Sr. 26, 28, 43, 50, 55, 68, 71, 80, 109, 117 Post, Gary, Fr. 87, 98,130 Post, Marilyn, 7th 139 Popwell, Larry, 8th 134 Preaus, David, 7th 136 Pyle, Linda Kaye, 8th 134 Raborn, Linda, Fr. 39, 98,130 Raborn, Richard, Jr. 122 Ramsey, Edwin, Fr: 130,134 Read, Frances, Jr. 50, 62, 122, 165 Read, Stanley, 8th 41, 87, 99, 134 Reagan, Robert, Sr. 50, 117 Redden, Doyce, Jr. 122 Jnnnny,Jr. 86,122 Rich, Billy, So. 86, 92, 93, 95, 100, Roan, Dianne, 8th 134 Roan, Dennis, 7th 61, 137 Roan, Roberts, Mary Beth, 7th 64,139 Robinson, Hayward, 8th 134 Robison, Patricia, Jr. 26, 32, 34,5 Rogers, Fred, Fr. 130 Rogers, George, 7th 139 Rogers, Henry, 8th 134 Rowell, Jessie Lee,-8th 134 Rowell, Jimmy, 7th 138 - Rugg, Reese, So. 55, 62, 126, 165 Rugg, Ronnie, So. 57, 59, 60, 126 Russell, Billie Joe, Jr. 95,122 saner, Terry, 'nh 136 Savag6, John Larry, 7th 139 Sawyer, Tony, So. 126 101, 102, 126 o,57,122,165 I Scott, Becky, Sr. 26, 43, 56, 69, 71, 81, 117 Scott, Jimmy, So. 56,59,126 Sharp, Joyce, So. 126 Sharp, Sandra, Fr. 130 Silmon, Donn, Jr. 122 Silmon, Emmett, Sr. 38, 86, 89, 92, 95, 100, 101, 117 Simpson, Larene, Sr. 117 Skains,'Billie Lee, Jr. 122 Skains, Carolyn, Fr. 130 Skains, Evelyn, 7th 136 Skains. Judy, 8th 61,134 Smith, Bettie Ann, So. 126 Smith, Bradley, 7th 137 Smith, IBB Flo, Sr. 69, 71, 117 Smith, Mary Katheryn, 8th 134 Smith, Michael, 7th 139 Spears, Sue, So. 56,63,126 Spencer, Jayme, Jr. 57,105, 122 126 Spurlock, Callie, So. Spurlock, Jimmy, Fr. 87,130 7th 138 86, 93, 122 Spurlock, Kathelene, Squyres, Caroll, Jr. Stansbury, Albert, Jr. 122 Stansbury, Charles, So. 56, 60, 126 Stewart, Bettye, Fr. 65,130 Stewart, Freddy, 8th 41, 87, 99, 134 Stewart, Hermoine, 8th 61,134 Stewart, Jimmy, Jr. 122 Stewart, Patricia, So. 126 Stokes, Larry, 8th 134 Tatum, Ervine, 7th 138 Tatum, Huey, 7th 137 Taylor, George, So. 86, 93, 126 Taylor, James, Sr. 25, 69, 71, 80, 118 Taylor, Jurd, Fr. 87, 98, 130 Taylor, Robert, Fr. 39, 98, 127, 130 Terral, Johnny, So. 126 Terral, Rannie, Jr. 122 Tettleton, Danny, 7th 61, 99, 137 Tettleton, Jerry, Jr. 57, 86, 88, 93, 95, 100, 101, 102, 122 0, 54, 55, 60, 68, 70, 80 Thomas, Carol Ann, Fr. 33, 37, 56, 130, 165 Thomas, Gay, 7th 139 Thomas, June, So. 67,126 Thomas, Rudolph, Jr. 22, 41, 86, 88, 100, 105, 122 Thurston, Gayle, Fr. 130 Thurston, Jerry, Sr. 118 Tucker, Ann, Fr. 127,130 Tucker, Billie Joe, So. 126 Tucker, Brenda, Sr. 26, 50, 56, 65, 71, 118 Tucker, Doris Jean, 7th 137 Tucker, Herschel, Fr. 87, 98, 130 Tucker, Judy, 8th 134 Tucker, Nan, Fr. 130 Tucker, Pamela, 7th 139 Tucker, Patsy, Fr. 130 Tucker, Ronnie, Sr. 86, 91, 93, 118 Tucker, Van, Sr. 100, 101,118 Tugwell, Lita, Jr. 50, 58, 60, 96, 122 Upshaw, Linda, 8th 61,134 Upshaw, Wayne, Fr. 87, 98,130 Vick, Charlotte, 7th 136 Wade, Barry, 8th 57,60,94,134 Wade, Jim, 7th 61,139 Wade, Mack, Fr. 87,98,127,130 Wade, Sheila, 7th 136 Waller, Carol Joyce, Sr. 26, 28, 43,5 118, 165 Ward, Brenda, 7th 136 Ward, Manuel, Jr. 122 Ward, Richard, 7th 137 Washam, Maxine, So. 126 Watson, Mary Evelyn, 8th 57,134 Weaver, Frances, So. 55, 60, 63, 126 West, Jimmy Dale, Fr. 87, 98, 130 Whi L 7th 56 138 te, arry, , Y White, Phyliss, Ir. 45, 50, 55, 62, 96 122, 165 Wiley, Jo Ann, 8th 61,134 Wilhite, Doreen, Fr. 67,130 Wilhite, Leon, Fr. 87, 130 Wilhite, Margie, Jr. 67,122 Daphne, So. 126 Williams, Jimmy, Sr. 118 Johnny, 7Lh 136 Williams, Williams, Williams, Kay, 7th 137 Williams, Margie, Sr. 60,118 Judy, So. 63, 67, 96, Wayne, So. 126 Wisinger, Woodall, Yarbrough, David, So. 126 'U - - 1 lfbffpglj M2011 My fm ,LM Mp AMAA LJAQ 5' jgiiiuca, cfgafgf 6Ma'V'M'5 bgaffiv-wp Mffff-M ffwgliigv 1455,-fZ3Zi" Liv M ' Au og'raphs Q Z 126 L DZ ' 7 2 W QW 1 tiff, Q1 1 J? 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