Fayetteville High School - Amethyst Yearbook (Fayetteville, AR)

 - Class of 1947

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meihgsi W 4 has hunk apr-xeelese gem in me 1 as lmmeil m ds iam' legen o beep io cherish aah fo lasi Ziefl eeiionz of ihefveasnreb pasf Q ,ff my ,, -, P 1 Chu' .School Gut Gfoooo CPm'AH'1ag if lioltollt 111:11 to bognshoo foiho irabmiwn of mg sohool 4 m o lxonosimh irno io mg loo als mu iozwhors uno io my follow siuoonis ,fmssi bo iorohor fallfhfnl io tho gwixi objo ohiros of' my so oo jfmusi ho toning io so wo emo holy carry on iho barwns rogmms ihai mako my school lulmi 1115 mnsiboa oooh 61111911 smb airno spori lvhoihor m iho classroom oron lho afhloho fiolb Q bomg ihoso llnngg 4 can Iwo up io my school moiio f toohig honoi' em? sorl loo DEDICATION To those men and women who compose the faculty of rayetteville High School, striving to uphold and maintain the high ideals of fidelity, honor, and ser vice, we, the yearbook staff of 1947, sincerely dedi cate this volume Virgil l Blossom, Superintendent Hrs Bunn Bell, Principal Miss Bessie Coventon Mrs Chester Dixon Mlss Ruth Crozier Mrs Herman Eason Miss Marion Bell Mrs M M Riggs Miss Ruth Boggs Elvin Geiser Mrs Arthur Henry Thompson Miss Dorothy Hamberg Miss Irene Edwards Mrs Otha H Taylor Miss Carolyn Clark Glenn Stokenberry Mrs G C Ellis Miss Velma Hall Wm R Oxford Cecil Myers R W Willis a le fo the teacher' PP Ia always been my creed, Though T'm a stuoborn creature Tle lave tauuht Pe how to re dl lllllllll FACULTY 1' L film M.rr1l 1 lossom L1 s wut? Bo gs 11ss Irene ndmazd S L Qlr onCOND PC' 1 s L6SSle Coxentor Liss Dorothy ha.LLr Arthur Thomoson E155 Velma rall ThI?D RO hrs Bunn ell mlvln uelser Herman Eason IIS Iarlon Tell 'B' 5 " f M FCUWTH RL' H153 Larg ret Slsson LIS Ruth Crozler Xrs Otka Taylor .r G C L 1S 1 IFTY CW Glenn Stoxenberry H Oxford Cecll lyers R W Wl1llS Abse t from tke 1C ure ere 1155 oa11fn larx and Ole ber U1Xon at-. EDITLH Clovlta .oxwzs CIASS EDTFCRS Ann Barrett AmSISTANTS Sh1rley McConnell Clalre Coleman Qifglgfbfltler YEARBOCK Qjlibjjfgjess Garland Melton TYPING STAFF Anna khrle E1sentraut BUSINESS MANAGER. James MCG1l1 Jeannlne Campbell SPORTS EDITOR Larry w11ll3mSOn Jo Anne Tuck AFT EDITOR: Jlmmy hauser PHOTOGRAPHERS Jimmy GuiS1HgET FEATURE EDITOR Pat Smlth Fleld Wasso I1 'am mm .., ,Q Yam: ,- "' it Q1-' 111- W .aekffa ics- fear VICE PRES Wayne Bghannon PRESIDENT John Gearhart SECRETARY Graham M1115 .X I A ' SENIORS if A MOTTO CONSTANCY IS THE SECRET OF SUCCESS COLORS LIGHT BLUE AND DARK BLUE FLOWER in GLADIOLI TREASURER Robert Hawklns Q f SQ' 6 'Uv Q Sl Oh ufltwx 'ky Wizgiuieglle. As we stand at the foot of l1fe's challenglng peak And begln to cllmb upward w1th courage yet meek L XF QW!!! V Wlth eager strength seeklng for knowledge and truth, Xl To uphold the brlght banner and splendor of youth Then the dawn sheds 1ts llght on a pathway of gold And our eyes a sweet dream of hlgh l1v1ng behold We saw the dawn ln splendor r1se To bathe the tender mornlng skies, We felt life's ever throbblng breeze Whlch bore us out to unknown seas, Then in the tumult of the day Wlth hlgh ideals we fought our way, love, to gulde, to help, to g1ve, But most of all, our lives to llve, saw the scarlet sunset sky And tw1l1ght whispered nlght was nigh, left the world a better place For we, as youth, have won l1fe's race' We CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS POET LAWYER PRDPHET HISTORIAN Clovlta Powers Kay HHDLIHQLOH Betsy Benton James McGill y 3 ff Q .- 1 V A ' M W V' .M 6 'A ' , J., in ,I , '- - ' :QQ , R I L as .V W 3 S I ,,.z 2 YQEQQ QS I S 1 A ' f 'ea f z S L , L fs K 2 w y A S 9 . . U 512 If I . ' ' I . ' i F --J -u :-? :? :ir To . l . . . 2 We l 2 : fi." 4.. . 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McCHR1STIAN SHIRLEY MCCONNELL JAMES MCGILY, GARLAND MELTON JAMES HHOON WILLIAM MITCHELL ARTHUR SCOTT MOBLEY BOB MORRIS HI'71'TY OSBURIN RUSSELL OXFORD ALICE PADDOCK TO! YEARSOH RHETA PENCE HARRY PERSCRBACHER LARRY PERSCHBACHEH ls 9 ni "' " G 1 L 1Y1 -35- I 4. i r ' Y Lib I 'X B 4371. L Hu Rx f 4' 1 A in Q -1- gs 48- 1' u i 1 to G, s, 3 A ,E 41 -1 ir 1 lb b gym "-1422.5 Ri U I 7' 'Y' .1 X " Q 1' , ,sf , sq Q, 5- is ,vias Y"-55" Hex? 1 in I Q Q "' ' T' 4:- i 15 ' Rv- Q. AQ.. , I Y, Fl Q. L - X 5.4 L J -uv 'Z '53 , IAKIHA JI! Pl'1'I'I4JRBl DORIS PHILLIPS DAN PITTS JAIE FOIKLI. CLCVITA PCh:QEiS HARRY PUHDY PAT ROGERS DORIS SANDLIN IARTHA STEWART PHILIP STUART PAY TURREXTINE NETTIE UNIPEN JACKIE VAUGRT BRHOKS JAMES WAGE BILLIE JOE WALKER GORDON WALL GENE WALLICK IRIS MAE WEBB IARJORIE VIHXRRY JACK WILKINSON DOROTHY JEAN IILLIAMS JACKIE WILLIAMS LARRY WILLIAMSON JERRY IYILSUI HELEN NOON CLIFFORD CALICO BARBARA DYBSS NANCY NOIIARE KAY HUNTIlI0'1'OH RICHARD ICCHRISTIAI KATHIRYN RAIIKII RUBY SPURLOIK -I -.. .4 ,- 1 '1 -. ,. A Af' A 3' In ' , - 19 3 I 5 q Q, F ' I A ' Q ' ' nu 1 N5 Nw 43-.55 Q FREPNEN 19-13 19hh .nmlons me 19146 Into the 1'l3.LLS of Fayetteville High School came the hxture graduatlng class of 19147 The school dld not know what lt was 1n for, so the 108 Uuplls were received ln due fom by Mrs Bell of 30, Mrs Stewart of 21, Hrs O'Kelly of 10, and Llss Thomas of 15, and were enrolled 1n the chool Durlng the flrst few weeks these so called tudents found themselves ln the wrong places so much that they called rrong right and till do Honors Day was instituted Lf! I H o that year an Ba bara Dyess took honors fmthe freshman class The football team had a good year rnnninv the NMA crown for the third straight year llr Stoken berry also put out winning basketball and track teams lb' lewis be an hi second year as prlrclpal, and Lr Blosso his seccr' Il 'uoerlntendent Fr shmen student councll reoresentat v ln the fall were Garla d Lrelton, Dmny lllon, Ieesse Brown inf, and Jzm l'ee1"aL,en Joanne Kapp, I-ay I-untlne ton, Danny alle , and Jlrgll 51. oson erved ln the sprinf seme ter 0 A '3I,z-v scmxouom-s 1 1,14 19M As the new opiomores came the revt fall, they dl covered that hr P G Elolpu 1 ' reolaced Ltrs O'Kell,', as nome room teacher for room 10 Ahoy ore al o QUICK to discover that they ere zur, tnc llttle re arded freshmen of the year bei'ore,Dut were now someone of :Lmportance as a result the lO14 per sons mo reoorted to chool ln the fall of 191411, were Jn the lay not because they uid not 1 ow bet er but because they dld know better They learned Barbara Dyess again toolf class honors The sports rx r H S took a turn for the worse ir all sports thls year nth the Bulldous Wlhlilhf not acrom' to put in thelr showcase Sopfomore atr lates were John Patterson, Ducky crouc1,1ay Turren tlne, uarland Melton, and Hal Cockra. Student council representatlves ln tle 1.111 se nester were Jackie Vaught,Dana G1bson,Betsy venton and Catherine Coleman J B mc tnrlstlan, Joanne Kapp, and Fay Turrentlne served in the spruxg se mester It was this year that the Trades e lnoustries and Vocational AE2'iCu1Wl'9 'ere Sarted in F H S the hundred and thlrty five gun crs returned ln 1rd year of real per-ons of the trade Otha Taylor, diss Larlon Bell, lu Poole, Mrs Permon Se o d, and hrs Crlttenden ras the new home room teacher for 2l,replac1ng Mrs Ste fart Hrs Bunn Bell start- ed her first year as prlnclpal Home room 18 was ione away with, and Misa Thomas took' over home room the fall of l914Sto take part ln the1r hlbl' crool They were gettlng to be ln the school and vr1se to the tucks Pew te cher for tl 15 year were Hrs The football team won econd nlace thls fear los XL only to bprln sul uarland elton made all state on the nrkan as Democrat all st te team ray Turrentlne and Jonn rattorson were elected to be the captaln of the football team for t eason of 19.6 The ba etball team had a verv good season Alt r lo ln to Vw Duron three tunes 1n the r-291 lar se sox tl Bulldo s won tfelr dlstr ct and hem. to tn ,xrl.me'1t e o 10 b o fur ls t 'mc laf xt r sea 1'm o r e clas vu re resented ly Garland 'elton on the starb- ln .earn e track eam I 'u 1 d secore ln the conference Barbara Dyess a aln toof cl ss h -tors a. d oar lam. el ton won the D f. H listory award natle Ranfin was the junior :renber ontle cheer- leade sqtad otudrnt 'olnc lre xe nca' c for "me guru r n.gIgle ton ln he fall and rat todd: ton, Jumxy Lau er, and :af hu-rentlne ln the rln e est r The Nattkxmal Ionor boclet, lnltla ed SXJQXLLOTS ll-ey were Barbara Dye s, Jeanre Ian , Joa we Yaoo Plovlm o rs, I'-ay "1.rt1nl,ton, and uarlard elton Ilxe "2o" lub wa or 3TLlZ0d1.Uf,llE 'mrlng of lj 6 1th tie gunlor class ating' mne members as lts quota They ere Jazne L.cG1ll, Prancls Lee Dra.n, ann Jlrmzy hau er offlcers, and Barbara Dve s, Betsy Benton, Authur scott Pobley, Donald mwaros, Fred Gltson, and John Gearhart members Class offlcers were Fay Tilrrentme, presldent, Bill Shaffer, v1ce president, Arthur Gxfford, secre- tary and hay Huntington, treasurer The junlor- semor banquet and dance were held on Llay 16, with the class plcmc at lake reddlngton the next day 1 I f ssnlons '9h5-l9h7 One hlndred and two seniors came back to school Jn September r ady to mal-'e this tkcxr la t year in F P S New teacre s were Mr riigvs in 21, hrs Thompson in 30, A-Llss Hamberg 1n 10 Lr Gleser, the new football coach, and hi s edwards Under the directwn of their new coach the H111 dogs had a very good season They lost out an the conference by only a few nolnts One of the hlgh hghts of th1s year was the Bulldog vlctory o er Fort Smith The score of that game was 1.14 6 Fay 'Iurrentine made the all state team of the Democrat paper The basketball team had hard luck H115 year losing several games by only one or two polnts The team f nl hed turd ln txe conference The Bulldo,I,s received an lnvxtatlon to the state tournament and acceoted They lost to ha.rr1son 1n the flrst rounu 'lhsklational Honor Societv initlated twelve sen- zo s trls year They were Betw Benton, Carolyn Butler Anna Lax-le elsedtraut, Carolgme hatkcock, Elizabeth Porlachtr, Shxrley I-cConnel1, J B N. Chrlstaln, James McGill, Alice laddock, and Iris Webb :Ln the fall, and Francie Lee Draln and Jumxv I-auser in the sprlng Senior m bers ln the offlces of the Studert Cbuncll were Kay Hantlngton, Catherlne Coleman, and Jimv Hauser Representataves for the fall semester nere Robert hawklns, John Gearhart, and Lartha Jun Pettlgrew Por the prlnr semester they were James IcG1ll, Dons Sandlin, and Wayne Bohanron Kay wert to tle S A C u Conventionln St Fetersnurg, Florida The operetta, "The Forest Pr1nce", under the direction of lass Margaret Ella Slsson was glven on February 7, and the senlor play, "Spring Green' , directed by Liss Velma Hall, was held on Aprll ll A womanless wedd1nglm held ln the gan On N-31'Ch 20 for the purpose of ralszng money for the J9-11" book ' sr-:mon PLAY 745 " r en", a o e ln Free arts loren e R erson and Col n Clement was glven by the son o 'lass Aprll llthv 11th a c st of lS char cters, the l I, took place n tae early s r1n H l Hou 1n Elmwood A e ,l y rev lvc- arolnd the Cassel faaly, W1 th n ll ed a ,rw xdi sth-er, the mothr r, and a " een je r rd a er ,ear old elrl The ulot w s compllcatea, mth two vlrls lnterested '1 one bo , an' stlll 'uoth r boy lnterestedxn ore ol the lrl 'Wen 'mn attr ctlxe Army Offl er ard hr son care as roo're s he ndowed rdh er fom t r sae h 1 a bus, hoxse lndeed I 9 xv ca t w mother oi tvo lrls, the Cas el cook 5 1 1 t o rror cha r ocootlc Fr we r old c'11lr' who nlra qc rolyn utler , a Lrs Wu b e CPN te Pensej dfsfther Dutnam CY-'reddie " the 'mouse nth hls wneel n es 'ee Dralnl, Hna's ten had a mama for collect ng sc ap, Tony CEl1zabeth Vorlacrerj, a loveable p rl oi fxfteen, one CCatHer1ne Cole an J lony's lenc whose o v to ught was bows, .Ink Uimmy auserl, rug of the hlgh school wolf pack 'ling fKay Llrxtlngtcnl, an over rown bo , berxvleve fborot y Wl1l13I'5j, the nelpnborhood ntxsance, L1c1ael fGax-lard Lieltonj, th any offxcer who has one than one headache heutgr CI-'red Coxj 'us ln earthwor s, ter, uno :ter all the boy's CDana Clbsonj, bsent mlnded ,ro essor, ofhcer Ryan fDon Dyerj tovm pollceman, who ls a menace to all who don't ablde by the lan son, who 18 lnten el lnterested Hula Qharbnru Dyessj, H1n4"e sis bel beautifled ln hew Yong , ets he1rts n Elmwood, D Blodbett , . 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Zi. l..c l'.r":Li 1' " 1' ,hh ng' it ol' Trrr' if, "it L 721, KO rf! 'W i 3 .the E.i'2. s En +5 A. -nl ,. 4 I 'f . ' nf' R. '. ".c!"rvr-2.1. "nur ,. l".-"::,1s. Q l qxxlbgl lx' II' 'till nlllgll 4 X x ' 4 .,i A - X Y if x K ff z Z Cs: X gig g 4 X, jr' AQ A12-J' -'iq X .E 1 X' ' f s 4 n ' Q 2 Q fig! X X y 1947 PRQPHECY 1957 When asked to prophev what would be happening to the Fayetteville High School seniors xn 1957 I decided to give the Pansy Yokum method a try I marked an "X" on ny forehead with a drop of blood in "true Dogpatch style, and whxrled and whlrled untxl I fell senseless and rigld on the floor I then saw A vision in "true Dogpatch stvle' and Ln President Jerry Wilson conferred with several the vuion, I saw a newspaper Dana Gibson and his Ozark land office business playing the Legion Hut. every Saturday orchestra are Robert Hawkins, dated 1957 it read Playboy: are doing a for the rat races at night. In his famed Don Dver and Don Ed wards Maxine Collins, ovmer of the select. Co1lLn's "urns Iodelxng School in West Fork, has enrolled some new girls bo train They are Sally Lang, Pat Rovers and Irxs Webb Lua: Catherme Coleman, who ennerea me school three years sgohas fxnally g1ven up She Ls employed now as scrub-woman in the school Jack Vn1lf1.nson,w'ho cmgmated the widely known Local girl make good' Doris Ph1111ps, of Fay Hack Lehman, Tmant, Officer of Fayetteville Arkansas, is busy these days B111 Brooks and Jim- my Heerwapen seemw lack mterestm the post. grad uate course they are baking at Lehman is having trouble keepmy old FHS Offxcer them LD hand John Gearhart, has taken up where Artxe Shaw left off To the present time he has had su: nves and 15 now courting Carolvn Butler Among his for mer vuves are Genell Hamilton, Allene DeVore, and Rheta Pense The Inbernationallv knovrn medmcel scxentl V., James McGill, has reported a new patient Frances Squeaks' Dram has lost her voxce and can't giggle last. nivht when she Krocked out Daphma Drake, 'ith perlod physical Ed champ,m the fxrst. round Much of the credit for liss Phillxps abxhty poeslo the tramers Adell Kncrel, and Ruby opurlock Jackie Vaught, drooxs has just returned frcm her seventh trip to Heno Among her former husoands are Arthur Gxfford and Hubert Horns It 15 rumored that she 15 now to wed Robert Llerly, Supermten dent of Fayetteville Public hchools who took over his office last wean Included on h1.s teaching staff are llrs Joanne Buxton Jones, Phvslcs and chem1st.ry teacher, lisa Donna Canfxeld, Major-ette lnstmctor, and Miss Kamheryn Rankm, Home Bconom xcs teacher Hesse Brownmg and hzs band are startmg on a coast, to coast tour Included 1.n his band are J B lcChr1sti.an, Stan Kenton, and Arthur Scott. Mobley Hu vocalist 18 Bxllie Joe Walker, that Lorchy torch singer Pat Le Karr, that talented piarust, LS playmg the organ at the U Ark Theatre Her specmlty num ber is 'Battle Pbnnn of the Repmblxc " Xiorklng the pedals and turning the pages for her xs Chfford Callco Ann Giles reclines or the organ and sings Harry Purdy and Gordon lull have taken over the management of the Razorback Club Their main at traction is Wancy Howard who sings there when she isn't slinging hash in Huuaer's Hash House That. Lrxbemationalxy known seamstress, lhdam Elizabeth lbrlacher, has returned from Paris and gone into business for herself Her select little shop Ln Fsmmgton is employed temper-UXLY in SC" ing the covers on all the best,-selling books of the .mason Iladam Horlacher announces she may try her hand at clothes next year She also let it slip that her outstanding talent is due entirely to the supenor teaching of her high school home economics teacher, has Irene Edwards Charms Crouch CBucky, that isj and hisall girl choir are scheduled to perfom here next week In his choir are Jeannine Hilton, Caroluxe Sue Hath cock, Franfv Grigsby, and Nettie Unger Hr Crouch wil' accompany on his sweet talking harmonica Dan Elpperly, brlllzant. pitcher for the Favetme ville Merchants, pitched a no hiL,no run game yas terday arainst the St Louis Cardinals big shots in Washmgton today about his propoaalbo dig a hole to Chma Those present at the confer- ence were Secretary of State, Pitts, Speakerof the House, Cox, and Secretary of the Treasury, Richard llcChri5t1an Dorothy hllliams, well hmmm Broadway actress has been seen quite a bit lately Ln the company of Pat Coddmgton, that equally well lcnovrn Hollywood Talent Scout Jeannine Cmnpbell who has alwqys loved flying and scrobatics, hns finally hadachance to combine her two talents She is nth Cornelius and Bros Circus She hangs by her left. toe to the flying trapeze, eats a banana nth one hand, picks her teeth nth the other hand, nnks at all the avnll able looking males in the audience, and does backbend in n d air all at the same time lan, what an act ' Also with the circus is Howard Barnes, advertlsed as the only red headed clown in the world vufh eleven toes Bobby Gann 15 now advanced to Manager of t e Pustune Recreatlon Parlor xacueb no e They are woven from snake rmgs blown from Senume mported Turkxsh tobacco by lhss Mar ,Serie Johnson and Bliss Geneva Hamllton Muzi Ste wart has opened a new plant at Ch1.cken'roat!.e,Arlf ansas Professor Kay Huntxnrton radweu iron' Jars this monung that he and hxs crew, Jmmw Gu1smger,Rod ney Land, and Graham 111115, arr1ved safslv an the Professor's new mechanxcal bathtub and ww e 1n ex cellcnt spxrlts M, that moment a femmme voicf- was heard screaming and the connectmn was broken All further attempts to reach the professor use"ess Wonder 11' they have harems on lbrs Betty Jean and Hay Dana have settled dom nth their fxfbeen chzldren to a qunt married llfe Miss Betty Osbarn, .zuperintendentof Washmgton County Reform School has a new shall we Say student Prettv boy Choates was ccnvicted m court Last we-ek for kxckmg the crutches out from under tus cuppxea old grandmother lr CP mates at -.ornev lr Pearson, refused to take tha case of such 4 heartless cr1m1n4l so Pretty Boy was sen tenced to fue years of hard labor xn Miss Oscurn's refonnatory arolfx Hammond has 1' nallv reached her goal She is Dr Kildazrds new assistant James Powe1l,thaL brxlliant long dlstance run ner 'made xt from San Francisco Lu New Yo x in two days, three hours, seven minutes, and mne seconds flat, He claims he 'was robbed' because he got caught J.. a traffic jam xn Chi ago which slowed him up considerably Cove:-mg rms progress like all good little reporters us Anna Marie Exsentrzut Ln her helioccpter riussell Oxford and Jackxe Vxlhams have opened a popcom and canq' stand called "Snookum's Snack Shack" or the con-er of Crnter and School Streets They report they expect lobe stiff competmtion for the stand on the opvosite corner As you all know Betty Jo Jones left several years ago for India to convert this natives to Chrxs t1an't.y, and nothing more was heard from her untxl Gust a few days ago She was found in the heart ff Ind a px-eachzng Buddhism She was hard to recog nun br-cause she had shaved her hvnd and no Inn er spoke Englisl' Marjorie Wherry and Helen Woods have collaborv a ed on a The Door" this vear book entitled "Why Richard Wou1dn't Open It 15 predicted to be a beat seller Janes -wages, candxdate for local .wtreyt Sue 'u er, predicts Hut he will walk o"f with the elvc txon He is ably assxsted by his campaign mana ger-3, Janes 'Ihoon, and Wlllxan Wfr'-Q-1'L Richard Hayes has started ona touruf the world on his motorcycle Goxng along as ms private me chanic is his brother, Bob Hayes Gena Baker and Phil Stuart have flnally found steady em can flag' That, new book has been ployment They raise and lower the Amari for the Gxrl .Scouts emnent novelist, Karma J1. Pet.t.'grew's "LIemoJ.rs of ny Carefree High school Def' so bmdlv cut up by the censors,thav it s rumored that she will not fry Lo ww Hmm xg Culxu Q xenderson has taken over the skatlng r nk and guarantees 1 solo 'verfornance every ruwm newspaper column, 'Inside Dope On A1cat.ra1" has become so IDCEFE ted inthe place that he has decx ded to spend the rest of hzs life there He ar uved last. nuht, with a police escort Eddie ueorge, football coach of Ya1e,a'mox.nces he 14: fairly sure of taking the Harvard Yale Game next reel' The Harvard coach,Fay Turrentine seems to think otheruse Lhss Barbara Dyess, ambassador to Bra: 1 re ports our relatxows nth Brazxl are beconung a bib frayed at the edges It seems that several of her old class :rates Harry Persdwbacher, Garland Mel ton, and Larry Wxlliamson are down there running after all the senorxtas mach to the consternation of the populauon as a whole Miss Ahce Paddock, that burlesque queen who ut the pep ln pamper is currently appearmg mn Bahannon' Bm-lesque Show' It 1.5 runmored that une censo s,Gene Walllck lg harry Perschbacher have been brxbed bv .Liss Paddock, and lr Bohannon to 'O K ' the new show Doris Sandlxn has landed the jobof plana tuner in Camexgxe Hall S"1r1er kcConn-211 and C1OV1t8 Bowers have be 'un a nevrsnaner of then' mm c lled 'See AH, Heu- AU Tell All" or 'That Ie lon't. now lobody hw-"5 To Know' Freddxe Glb or 1S errplfwvd as tie: 'nrlnt-1r'i dev11" And then the vision began to fade, in 'true Dogpatch style" and I could see no more So good bye until they make longer and better vmsmns Be sy Buxton HrMur.-' KX? 4 - 32 , 5 l - h Q 5 I 1 1 - - ' f , o ?.,,' fx, 5:5 I if QA . T V xx -fi g N ' U , 1, 1.4 Z . ff X J-1 1 U ' - 'P . . . , n - ' ' ' - ...,..... T . - ' .. V - ' , . h 1 - , - V , . . ' , . 5 . ' ' - G h I ett.evi11e,was crowned Womerfs Heavy Weight Champion m Miss Martha Stewart has invented A new kind of L . 5 ' .- l - 4 4 . . . . K , " V n 4 , 5 . - V - ' 1 , - ' ' A ' b I '85 - . 1 . I' 5 X , ' . ' ll 'll - i--Q--' 5' Q .V ' f - ' - ' - , f, " V v 1 V' 2: : : K. ' , . z - HUNT RON Kathryn Gorrell, Betty Boyd, B1l11e Jo Wyatt, Allena Van Brunt, Paullne Southern, Walter w1lSOH, Mlss Velma Hall SECOND ROW Anna Faye Webb, Mary Sandlln, Sammle Halsell,B1lly Steele,Mary John Sklllern, Mary Martha Dlggs THIRD ROW Betty Wages, Patsy Llggett, Betty Smlth, Vaughdeen Drake, Dorothy Estes FOURTH ROW Dorothy Baggett, Marllyn M ers, Wanda Gauldln, Mary Ann Maddox, B111 Danner FIFTH ROW Bobby Dale Frltts, Wade W1nk1e, Charles Dewltt, James Colwell, Gene Lambert SIXTH ROW Bllly Drake, Danny Elderton, Jerome Brewster, John Kalser, Bllly Engels aug l "51- 5. L! sa In , FRCHT RCU: Bill bartle, Jo Anne Tuck, Pat Harris, Irene Fredrick, Nancy Allen, Marie Roberts, Mrs. Chester Dixon. SECOND RON: Irene Nickell, Pat Parls, Pat Smith, Wanda Calico, Adene Hinkle. THIRD ROW: Betty Ann Kehn, T. E. Wllllams, Harold Hodgson, Terry McFarland, Mary Elderton. FOURTH ROW: Ann Brown,Jeanne Ann Kimberling,Betty Hanna,Lucille Jones,Miles Simpson. FIFTH ROW: Dean BaUQUS: Don Carrington,Don Mitchell,Ernest Stanberry,A1fred Hathcock. SIXTH ROh: Robert Hall, Bobby Coninc, Neil McConnel1,George Brown. SEVLNTH ROW: Glen LCHNHH, Joe Smith. I UNIORS MOTTO " e can who thlnks he can" COLORS Blue and Whlte FLOWER Whlte Rose CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT B111 Danner --f-'x"""' VICE?-PRESIDENT Lary John Sklllerr SECRETARY Mary Ann Maddox TREASURER Doris Ward ali? A., as-q-1:1 swung- fy FRONT ROW Marllyn Brownfleld, D T15 Ward, Janle Sullivan, Ellen Morris, Betty Jo Treece, Dor1s Hooker SECOND RW Lucille Combs, Carolyn Myers, Joyzelle Co111ns, Lorita Lashley THIRD ROP' Patricia Johnson, Vlrglnla Heerwagen, Ann Wlggins ,Betty mperly, Aretha Parrlsh, Norma Lee Hayes FOURTH ROW Nell Casey, Wendell McCracken, Joanne O'Ke1Jy,Nelda Ruth, Joyce Hart FIFTH RON Fred Shaffer, Edvrnx Rlse, Jack Routh,Bobby Earl Stewart SIXTH ROW Donald Burri , B111 Lew1s, Max Phelan, Rodney Glllette SEVENTH ROW Marion Vasson, Don Cecil -.-4 QC J-J 5. -dr! rRCIYT RO hinona Po1sall,B1l1ye Frank hilkelm, Jeanette bkinner, Leona altl er, Donna Iearr1s,Cla1re Colerran,Fuby Brather,1'Nred Curtisp COND RO Pat Grigsby, nd villiax. s, Jaclfye Jones, Betty Do'-fell, Norma Stubblefield, ilelnb ROL elville Cameron, kenneth Brooks, Richard Holt, Willy Hzrris, Manoa Rose, Laxine I-ultz, kOURTh ROW Stewart Liddell, Arva Dell Riggans, Patti Lorlar, Derjl Powers, rIr'II H01 max Traphaben, Robert Llonds, Tommy Chaffin, Jeok I' , Jon olfef, SOPHOMORES -nv ,'. 'rn- . Wx ' 1 FRONT RCW: Ann Ellis, Vivian Young, Carlton Illoon, Joyce Terrill, Billy Goss, Tommy Ledforcl, Don Logue, Iir. Elvin Geiserg SECOIHJ ROYJ: Jane Robinson, Emma Jean Briggins, Charles Rader, Harris Dean Csburn, Le Roy Dearingg TliIliD ROW: Joifcene L2cGoodvrin,LIary Lee I'Zing,LIarilyn Brewster, Doris Kitchell, Bonnie Hickell, ROW: Bessie Wagner, Barbara Phillips, Jack Guinn, Llona Lou Cole, Jack Eouglandg FIFTH 21011: Don Collins, John Paul Runyan, Georgia Igae Dockeryg SIXTH ROY.: Dick Custer, Charles Surman, J. C. Kumpe, Alfred Liorris. 1- 3 -' an ed '7' rl X as 6 -ni- 45, 1 'U 9 0811 FRONT ROW Aldah Sue Harris,kary Ida Cox,Darlene Rlse, Betsy Berry, Rose Mary MOTTIS, Peggy Austln, Lula Mae L3WSOH,H1SS Ruth Boggs, SBCOND ROW B1lly Stockburger,Lucil1e Stockford, Rlta Mlller, Joan Melton, Gall Adk1SSOn, Davld George, THIRD ROW Nona Howard, Lorene Reinold, Marcia Campbell, Margorle Hanmwnd, Dw1ght H1X, Johnny Brewer, Kay Kalser, Dorothy Teas, Lols N1ccu , FOURTH ROM V1rg1l Carson, Eddle Woods, Bobby Hatfleld, Lewis Wilson, Tryon Lewls, FIFTH RCW J S Ba1rd, Kenneth Hulse, Carl Ray Klnsey, Jacob Sharp, Bobby Evans SOPHOMORES at " FRONT ROW:. Larry Baggett, Buddy Cornelius,Dale Goodale, Haroldine Eisentraut, Bettye M rtin,Barbara McCain,-SECOND ROW: Hollis Burrough,Char1es McFarland, Roberta Evans, Frances Bailey,Elsie Aldridge, THIRD ROW: Barbara El1is,Bettie Wilson, Pat Williams, Jo Anne Kelly, FOURTH ROW: Retha Cornett, Marie Louise Rhea, Deloris Shelly, Joan Greathouse,Joyce Hunt,Cherrie Baker,Dorothy Wise, Eugene Atkisong FIFTH ROW: Charles Hedges, Annabell Bayley, R.T. Edwards, Wilburn Shackelford, Bill Gentry, Miss Ruth Crozier, Bobby Dale Taylor. -q--,-.1 j... F E 2 1 I Q --Y.. T 'l lar as-:gf 65 FIRbT ROf J1m Ho1der,Lewis Johnson,Jack Carter, Paula January, Betty Jean W1lS0n, Beulah RO: Geneva Baker, Faye Edwards, Betty Jo Slmmons, Pat mteele, mr R W .1ll1s s LO D Edvardene Uoyd, Davld Hyde,Charles Couch, John Donelson, Iatsj Durnal THIRD ROw Marlene Ball, Sue Gulnn, Mary Huntlngton, Jlm y January, Ph1ll1s Sherry, Susle Rlch FOURFH ROW Helen Lower, Sula Jo Lorrow, Jo Ann Poore, B1ll1e Jo Gabrlel rIbFH RO George Porter Carolene warford,B1lly Nap1er,Darw1n Kilgore, Joe ROb1nSOn SIXTH ROW Frank Wages, Paul Smlth, Jlm y SIMMOHS, Tommy LeW1S FRESHMEN u-1-1-p QU un-H J FROYT RO. Jane Carr1ngton,Patr1c1a Porter,Betty Jo Crudup,Dora Maguire, Elaine Campbell Harmon Y.a1ters,David Lashley SECCFD RUM Bllly Mahan, Dorothy Moeller, Corinne Stephens: Frances Lew15,Ann Cumm1ngs,Gretchen Baerg,Jane Pearson,Cec11 Parker THIRD ROW Charlotte Blogd, Wanda Faye Evans, Mary Gayle Stockford, Sammy Yancey, Fleld Wasson FOURTH ROW Lorna Stokenberry, Carolyn Rhodes, Janelle Fi1'1Ck91', Donald Hall, Joe Cohea-1 Eddie Ma-key FIFTH ROW Carl Ellis, Buddy Johnson, H s G C Ellls, Edna Frederlck, Jban Rouse vu-vtnfulj ar-H 1 'V 4:- iliflgff FROM ROW Rav Mills, Troy Brown, Uh fllls Dlckln on, Ruth .xr esbv Frances K ng, June V a.nd1ver,Lawrence Skelton, 'lss sell FCONB HOL: Robert Elcer+on,Margaret Traphagen paul Henderson, Phllxp colwell, Eettv Frank THIRD P01 Ruth Falrless, Ann Barrett Dorld Ann Wrlvht, Patrlcla Danner Robert Heed FOUR H ROV M B , arvln radley, Donna Colenan,B1ll1e Jo Wllson, Trov Belote, Jack Wldener FIFTH RON Blllv Coll .ns Betty Lou George,Alyne Cowan, Helen Hauser, Dewey Sebourn, Alfred Sawyer STX F hOv , Bobby Hammond, B1ll1e Jo Seamster, Mary loulse Snapp, Glenn Logan FRESHMEN 9' 3 T61, -gee FRONT ROW: Leo Taylor, Elizabeth Bowles James Stewart, Barbara Mitchell, Ray Brewer, Juanita Easterly, Betty Jean Sellers. SECOND RDI: John David Swain, Adelaide Garrison, Alan Brockway. 'THIRD ROW: Nell Howard, Ilean Carson, Wilma Hodges, Mary Conklin, Bobby Cupps, Jerry Hall. FOURTH ROW: Irene Ehrans, Pat Burnett , Louise Harrison,J.C. Hudson. FIFTH ROW: Billy Brown, Betty Jo Melton, Laura Baxter,lIa.ry Frances Sparkman, Wayne Bogen. SIXTH ROW: Cedric Pratt, Gretchen Stevenson, lies Irene Edwards , Elea- nor Schnieder, Lynn Wgir R011 'ION Jzumy Hauqev' Cathernne Col man, B111 manner, Varx John Sl lllenn, hay 'fu t nvton STILOUD ROW lary Ida Cox, Dorls dard, J cfcve Jones, 'Iartha Jlm P9Lu1 F ew T BJ 1iOw ri T Ed wards, Ann Barrett, 'larle Rooerts, John Davld Sx ln WWUWFH -'OW Bob Uawknn , Bobby Dale Prltts, John Paul Runran, Fmld Wasson FIFTI' NO! Paul .m1+F , John earnarl, gp:-my NT' IBF' if 'T' 36 SPRI COUNCIL FRONT ROW Jzunmy Hauser, Catherlne Coleman, B111 Danner, kary John Sklllern, ........ Kay Huntmgton SECOND ROW Jmmy Holder, Patsy Danner, Pat Parls, Betty Jo Me1ton,Joyce Hunt THIRD ROW Wayne Bohannon, Nell Casey, Doris Sandlln, Mona Lou Cole, Lorna Stokenbury FOURTH RUN Bobby Dale Fritts, James McGill, Dergl Powers, J S Balrd w ww 1: '. .,-, ' 5. ' A, , 5 -5 - n 4 ' I V.. : I . .V F 1 W . J.- fvr- -. -,H V Q J - v - - - A - ,r . :i ,. . . . .' , .N . J . ,, . ' ' ' ' 1' . 14. - .1 S ' .. 1 1 1 . . . J-- c' ' , r- 1 .L . J. 11 . ir 5-LNNM Lg , , .,...., ,.... ..... tn .. 1. :A me ,gf ' T V , ' 4 K , ,f - ,..1 . g - 1 .B Q - .J '- -P. s ' , 1, 1r .1 ' War ' M ,A v L Gul . 5, ...,- - g 4- ' fv L-Qi .1 - - -,N hi ,,.. , ' in ful fs I '1 5' I ' -.- 17 X , W ,,. . X is I ' 7 . .A 5 I , Y i XX I . . . , . . . . , , . . . . . v . . . , . . I l' . . . STUDENT COUNCIL ,r,', fx 'K I , 3 . rl 1 .. ,5 - N ' 1 in mailman M ' e e AHS' 1 PRESIDENT VICE PRES TREASURER N 'K ' KX 4 Z 4 J p - 6 U EH REPORTER: SECRETARY: Kay Huntington Mary John Skillern Catherine Coleman Bill Danner Jim y Hauser The Student Counc1l is a serv1ce organlzatlon deslgned to glve the students a chanceto particlpate in and manage to some extent thelr own school actlvlties In so do1ng,the particlpatlng students render not only a serv1ce to the rest of the student body but serve themselves by developlng responslblllty, a feellng of prlde ln the1r school, and a sp1r1t of co operatlon among themselves and with the faculty Membershlp ln the COHHC11 cons1sts of a representatlve from each home room five off1cers, presldent, vice presldent, secretary, treasurer and reporter duties of representatlve are essentlally twofold They are expected to br1ng ideas and requests of the students 1n their home rooms whom they represent, to councll for conslderatlon and report back to thelr home rooms what goes on 1U council The of11cers are expected to see that the projects and act1v1t1es adopted are carr1ed out a The e t e Act1v1t1es for the 19116 lg? school year lnclude the follomnng malntalnlng an automatlc coke machlne 1n the hall, conductlng varlous sales, such as those of season football t1ckets, J1ngS Over Jordan Negro cnolr t1CKeuS, T B ChT1StD3S seal , and collectlons 1n the March of Dlmes drlve, operat1ng concesslon stands at all the home football games and most of the home basketball games, plannlng and SHDCPV1S1Dg 31X student partles lncludlng tne annual Homeconlng and Chrlstmas Partles, sendlng dele at1on of three students and the sponsor toije SASG Convent1on at St Petersburgh, Florlda, select1ngaaschool creed and carry1ng on an electlon for-aschool flag deslgn, both of whlch activ1ties were the completlons of N H S projects, obta1ned estlmates of the number of students who would buy the yearbool and of those who would buy the Junlor Times ln a tr1-monthly ed1t1on, helplng select a yearbook name, furnlshlng a speaker for the public address system at basketball games, carry1ng on panel dlscus slons on student counc1l projects and problems, conductlng d1scuss1ons ln Parll mentary Procedure, settlng up a talent f1le'u:aid 1n plannlng convocat1on , providing Juke box music at noon ln the gym and furnlshlng students to assl t at County Health Cl1h1CS Besides these act1v1t1es, the Councll ma1nta1ned varlous servlce groups such as teacher's servuce group, trafflc squad, board of ushers to serve at all publ1c func t1ons e school, and the Convocatlon Commlttee whlch plans the convocat1on pro grams I.. he year :nr Nvi f TTS N xfro x Rf able student body Progects now under conslderatlon lnclude the awardlnp on Honors Day each year of a nCOUHCl1 Cupn to the home room whlch shows the most co plete and helpful oartlcloatlon lh Councll act1v1t1es each year, the sale of school oennants the sendlng of a delegatlon to the state conventlon of student counclls ln Llttle Rock ln Aprll, the fUTh1Sh1H of a tralnlnv orosram for next feaxfs offl ers, and lor the ilrst tlme taklng a larva share of the responslbllltv of nubl1sh1np school handbook Through these actlvltles and servlces, the Student COUHC11 makes for a better school wlth a more resporslble and depend . . . . . . . . . . nd ' s ' . 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Ernest Stanberry, B111 Danner, Jlmmy Hauser, Joanne O'Kelly,Frances Lee Dra1n, James Mc G1ll SECOND R01 Jo Anne Tuck, Freddle G1bson, Vlrglnia Heerwagen, Pat Parls, Donna Colennn THIRD ROV- John Gearhart, Deryl Powers , Betsy Benton, Barbara Dyess, Nancy Allen, Claire Coleman FOURTH ROW J S Baud, Donald Coll1ns, Jacob Sharp ,Arthur Mobley, Donald Fdwards, James Stewart FIFTH ROW Alfred Hathcock, Dand Iashlev "knew CLUB ew The 26 Club, a new organlzatlon ln Fayettevllle High School thls year, takes its name from the membersh1p, wh1ch numbers 26 Members must malntaln a "C" average 1n cltlzenshlp and scholarshlp to remaln n the club The club has taken over the respons1b1l1ty of prlntlng football programs for each home game The trafflc commlttee has helped the trafflc squad dlrect trafflc at foot ball games The hospltallty cornmlttee has wrltten for the l1ne up of vlsitnng teams and has met all teams to dlrect them where to go, and has kept the ma.1n bulldlng open for the use of vlsitmg pep clubs The club has arranged for the pep convocatlons The scoreboard and the loud speaker at basketball games have been operated by members of the club One of the student managers for basketball is a member of the club. At the homecomlng game the club furnished flowers for the football een and the 1'l13.1dS- The club also prmted programs and decorated for the annual fog1t1ball and basketball banquets. In add1t1on to the routlne duties of the club, a Valentine party was held :Ln the actlvity room of the hlgh school 1n order that the members Xlllght become acqualnted mth each other The off1cers are James McGill, presldentg Jumnr Hauser, vice presldent and pub- llcity managerg Ernest Stanberry, treasurer and manager for helping with the advance ticket sales 5 Bill Danner, traffic and police managerg Fl'-3.11018 Lee Drain, courtesy managerg and Joa.nne O'Kelly, secretary and historian. The organlzation is sponsored by lliss Ruth Boggs. , 5 : - ' I 2 .sz , -2- -,.-ff ' W f ln-:z :,.' ' , ni g ,- , M L . as In 1 5 " 0 v " , , N -Q- V lv X E . - o ' ' '- W Q' I ' u 4' 5 sf, " . .- s X , .. ., v 0 a, a ,N - . -X J ' p .x ' , 1 s ' 9 . . 1 A 4 V S ! "' V i I - x , U r- ' ' ' . W. . . . . ' n 5' Yo , . , A 5 . u . 3 . ' if v I ' uv . . . - - , I ' 5 . . .... . 1 . . . . . I I . I . - FRONT RCF! Garland Melton, presldent, Barbara Dyess,vice-president, Clovita Powers, secretary Kay Huntington, treasurer SECOND RUB' Pat Harrls, Shirley llcConnell, Iris Webb, Frances Lee Dram THIRD RCM Pat Smith, James McGi1l,El.'1.zabeth Horlacher,Anna llarie Elsentraut, Carolyn Butler FOURTH RGI Jimuw Hauser, Betsy Benton, Alice Paddock, Carolyn I-Iathcock FIFTH RW Pat Parls, Joanne O'Kel.ly, Jimm B111 HCCh.I'1S'b18.I1, Bill Danner NATIONAL NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY HONOR SOCIETY x f x f NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY f x EL The Socratic Chapter of the Natlonal Honor Society was estabhshed 111 Fayette ville High School :Ln l926, but did not become an active organlzation unt1l 1937. Smce that time lt has accomplished many worthwhile projects, such as orgamzlng the Student Council, Book Exchange, Honors Day, 26 Club, and the Sophomore Crulde, and establishing the Randall Osburn Award and Color Day. Membership in the society is based on the qualities of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Only 155 of any graduating class may be elected, SZ being elected in the junior year. The present officers of this soclety are Garland Helton, president, Barbara Dyess, Vice-presldentg Clovita Powers, secretary, and Kay Huntington, treasurer. Other members are Betsy Benton, Carolyn Butler, Lucille Combs, Bill Danner, Frances Lee Dra:I.n,Anna Marie Eisentraut, Patricia Harris,Caro1ine Sue Hathcock, Jinnw Hauser, Elizabeth Horlacher, J. B. licChristian, Shirley McConnell, James lIcG:Lll, Jo- anne O'Kelly, Alice Paddock, Patricia Paris, Patricia Smlth, and Iris Mae Webb. 1 fssg ni . . .. ..e,,,.,,, y 'Z' Q, , an Y Hi n- V Q I , - .. ' f "if Z- 4 M Q L a , J . i I H 1 'af iq 'I ..,,, ,., V ff 1 . O , . xx ff xx ff 5 Z S Z X I I X f X Y!! Aix 1 x il Cb tc Ji- 36 9' 92 Y fuquuiui aw'- In---F FIRST ROI Eugene Adkmson, Harris Osburne, Bobby Hatfield, Freddie Gibson, Bill Danner SECOND ROW Donald Hall, Charles Raider, Walter Wilson, Troy Belote, Bobby Cupps THIRD ROW Bobby Patrick , Billy Steele, Kenneth Hulse, Hollis Burrough, George Brown FOURTH ROW Travis Hoody lax Traphagen, James "' FFA I' Powell , Jack Ray GREEN HANDS Eugene Atlclson Troy Belote Jeorge Brovm Bobby Cupps Leroy Deering E J Glisson Donald Hall Bobby Haumond Kenneth Hulse J C Hudson Bill Kincade Kenneth Raider Jack Ra 7 Bill Stookburger W 65110 'Ve A F P Nts C QI L1 5 7- 0 .J 6,0 0 MO'ITO Q ,,-no b LEARNDIG TO DO DOING TO LEARN EARNING TO LIVE LIVING TO SERVE OFFICERS President--Bill Danner Vice-Pres Secretary- Treasurer-- Reporter-- Sentinel--- Q -P PZQF if 1. CQUD1 5 JL -Freddie Gibson -Billy Mitchell Harris Osborne -Michael Hughes Bobby Hatfield Advisor-----Cecil E Myers STATE FARMER Bill Da.nner The primary aim of the FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA is the development of agricult- ural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. FUTURE FARMERS Hollis Burrough Bill Mitchell Travis Moody Max Traphagen Bobby Patrick James Powell Walter Wilson HONORARY MEMBERS Virgil Blossom Hubert Danner Fred Kerr Gus Clifton I believe in leadership from ourselves and respect from others. I believe in ny ovm ability to work efficiently and think clearly, with such knowledge and skill as I can secure, and in the ability of organized farmers to serve our o1m and the public interest in marketing the product of our toil. I believe we can safeguard those rights against practices and policies that are unfair. 'JK :Vw .A- RG 99 456 1151? N1 RON Dorls ltchell, etty Ianna, Mary 'ra .LJ15 lreece, .Jorma Parr 5 r ,f bust V T e t e Lean, Wanda a ce, r Q, IC ou ell,lu nebl 'Zu 'Ju Ixancj foward, 'wc 'ue Puls , onerllw Lacer,harc a a obe 1, t tor ew, arle to rt PF Lucllle Jon , mn W1 lns, V r ln a ne ul, rva cell 1f' ln , Joan Ielton, rat learn , Carollne lat coc FP it e ner, anna are Yebb, Lola lccum, o ot J le rrry Mc al land, L rat 81 lm Fro fmlelo, ar e al ell, Jrrw aw 1 ....--- f'-' It NEST ROW Jo Anne Tuck, Frances Draln, Haroldlne Elsentraut, Pat Danner, Jeanette Slflnner, Blllye Frank Wllhelm, Dor1s Wrlvht, Frances Lew1s, W1l.ma Hodges, Sammy Halsell, Adelalde Garrlson, Mrs Chester D1.xon , llbrarlar SEDOND ROW Betty Eoperlv, Betty Kehn, Betty Hanna, Arva Dell RlUP'.LTlS, Wanda Cal1CO, Jane Carrlngton, Anna Faye Nebb, Shlrley McConnell, Cl0V1t8. Powers THTRD RON Jeanne Anne hnnberllnv, Ifarllvn Brewster, Betsy Berry, Rlta Mlller, L'ar1or1e Johnson, Dor1s Ward FOU'-ITH ROW Bllly Joe Gabrlel, Sammy Jeanne Yancey,Frances Bailey, Betty Lou Dovrell, Mar or1e Hammond, Betty Lou George, Jane Roblnson FIFTH ROW Allan Brockway, Don Collms, Pat Parls, Joanne O'Ke11y, Ann Wlggzns, Dorothy Wlse, Dana Glbson SIXTH WO" Marlon Vasson, Jacob Sharp, Tommy Lew1s, Ruth Welr, Tomnw Chappm, Fleld Wasson U H ...... LIBRARY BACK RCW: Barbara Phillips, Buddy Johnson, Freddy Shaffer, Charles McFarland, Bobby Earl Stevrart, Bobby Conine, Arthur Mobley, Alfred Sawyer, Charles Couch, RJ. Willis, director, Joan Greathouse, Lynn Weir, David Iashley, Don Cecil, Bill Steele. MJJJDLE RW: Glenn Lehman, Dwight Mix, Bill Napier, J.0. Kumpe, David George, Arlen Curry, Ray Brewer, Robert Monde, Stewart Liddell, John Paul Runyan, Bill Gentry, Paul Smith, Bill Bartle: FRONT ROW: Hack Lehman, Ernest Stanberry, Lewis Johnson, Donna Harris, Phillip Colvrell, Doris Hooker. lajorettes at the back from left to right are Mary Ann Maddox, Joan Rouse, Donna Canfield, Carolyn Hammond, and Barbara Mitchell. BAND With a membership of 140, the Fayetteville High School band, under the direction of Mr. R. W. Willis, has had its most successful year. Band activities began September 27 with the group playing for the weekly foot- ball games. Home games which they played for included Alun, Siloam Springs, Hunts ville, Springdale, and Fort Smith. The Band took trips to play at the games in Bent- onville and Van Buren. They mere also guest performers at the University of Arkansas' homecoming game, November 16. and also provided music for the basketball games. The spring semester was begun with the band s second annual banquet which was held January 20. The band attended the Band Clinic at Siloam Springs January 30 and February J, the State Clinic at the University of Arkansas February lb, and 15, and the State District Clinic in Fayetteville April 12, a concert presented by the beginner's, junior, and senior bands on February l8,a music festival at Fort Smith on March 111. f JL 7 ' r G - ks f-,gnu Sill ll. sk 70 ' r I ,f JM Serving FHS by arousing school spirit, the band played for several pep rallies, ,' '0f"r'-'-ffl I 4 'IIIIIIIW-K K L val were the Participating in the Fort Smith Festi junior and senior bands, brass sextet composed of Don 5 ., Mitchell, Fred Shaffer, Carolyn Hammond, Bobby Conine, A and John Paul Runyang the band soloists,Mar'y Ann Maddox, cf , ' Donna Harris, Donna Canfield, Charles McFarland, Doris ' 3 Hooker, and Phillip Colvrell. This page is dedicated to Jimmy Hooker, who played the base drum in the band, and whose death oc 1 December 2, 19116. trict Clinic on April 12. Fayetteville was host to about 600 students mak- ing up the 12 bands which took part in the State Dis- DECK DC .gf- Nr 415- ki: Ji' FRONT ROW Jo Anne '1H1ck, Ellen Morris, Ja.nie Sullivan, Pat Harrls, Jo Treece, Mary Martha Dlggs SECOND RCM Maxine Hultz, LOI'1'b3. 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' 4 H I s L. 4. 4 4 - 9 5 i Lucille Jones Anna Mane Elsentraut Betty Jo Melton Student Llbrarlans Q2 semesters1 Betty Jo Melton Q2 semesters1 Marie Bobby Hattleld J S Baird Gene Baker Marlene Ball Joe Cohea Joyzelle Collins charles t ouch Curtis Crouch 'Perfect cflttendance C-Awardesfv g.e0nO,rS UD CX' Three Vears Roberts Bobble Iaarl Stewart Two Years Jim Bill McCl'rlstlau Clovlta Powers One Year Donna Harris Louise Harrison Mary K Huntxngton Arthur Scott Mobley Alfred Morris Sula Jo Morrow Marllyn Myers Muslc John Gearbart Davld Lashley Q4 semesters1 Q2semesters1 Home Economlcs Elizabeth Horlacher Shirley McConnell Pat Paris Q4 semesters1 Q4 semesters1 Q4 semesters1 Busmess Lorlta Lashley Joycene McGoodwln Clovita Powers Katheryn Taylor Q2 semestersl Q2 semesters1 Q4 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Darwln Kilgore David Lashley Mary Ann Maddox Shxrley McConnell Deryl Powers Jack Routh Lorna Stokenbury Nell Casey Frances Lee Drain Anna Mar1e ElsentrautQ3 semesters1 Ehzabeth Horlacher Marjorie Johnson Rlta Jean Mlller Q2 se'nesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q1 semester 1 T E Wllliams Bnlhe Jo Gabriel Daphna Mxller Freddie Gibson Rlta Jean Mmller ,Sermce ffauards Edltors of the JUNIOR TIMES John Gearhart Shirley McConnell Offlcers of the STUDENT COUNCIL Catherine Coleman B111 Danner Allan Brockway Marjorxe Hammond Deck Monitors Don Carrington Clovlta Powers Physical Education Gretchen Baerg Ann Barrett Elaxne Campbell Helen Hauser Mary K Huntington David Lashley Jxmmy Hauser Kay Huntington Mary John Skxllern Vocat I onal Bobby J oe Mayes Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q5 semesters1 las Betty Jo Melton Joanne O Kelly Pat Paris Carolyn Rhodes Loma Stokenbury Q2 semesters1 Q6 semesters1 Q6 semest1ers1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Qfonors Betty Hanna Jane Robmson Fred Cox Joanne 0 Kelly Blllye Frank Wilhelm Betty Jo Treece Cafeterla Servlce Bill Danner Dorothy Teas Typmg Servlce Anna Marie Elsentraut Martha Stewart Flag Monltors-Gene Baker Phil Stuart Teacher Servuce-Kay Kaiser Offuce Servlce Jeannine Campbell Pat Smith Band Lnbraruan Pat Steele Student Accompamsts Pat Rogers Pat Smith Traffic Squad Gretchen Baerg Ann Barrett Mary K. Huntington David Lashley Betty Jo Melton Carolyn Rhodes Lorna Stokenbury Claire Coleman Joanne O Kelly Pat Paris T e Freshman Class Sophomore Class Tue Junior Class J S Bard Charles Hedges Jacob Sharp Max Phelan Student Athletxc Managers Arthur Gxftord Wayne Bohannon Bull Drake lolm Gearhart Engllsh Gretchen Baerg Ann Barrett Jane Carrington Claire Coleman Lucllle Combs Bxlly Goss James McG1ll Robert Hawkins cfathletzc Jawards Gene Lambert Jr Tyron Lewis Garland Melton Dan Pitts Edwm Rise Joe Smith Fay Turrentine 'Departmental :Awards Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q5 semesters1 Q6 semesters1 Barbara Dyess Q10 semesters1 Kay Huntmgton Mary K Huntington Davul Lashley Mathematics Gretchen Baerg Ann Barrett Marvin Bradley Jane Carrington Clalre Coleman Philip Colwell Pat Danner Barbara Dyess Social Science Gall Adkxsson Nell Casey Claire Coleman Lucille Combs Pat Danner Anne Giles Marjorie Hammond Physlcal Scuence Gretchen Baerg Ann Barrett Laura Baxter Jane Carrxngton Wllma Hodges Kay Huntington Mary K Huntmgton David Hyde Forengn Language Gretchen Baerg Ann Barrett Claire Coleman Mary K Huntington David Lashley Q8 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q4 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q8 semesters1 Q4 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q6 semeaters1 Q2 semesters1 Q6 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semestersj Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q8 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semeste-rs1 Q4 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Joanne 0 Kelly Pat Parts Clovlta Powers Carolyn Rhodes Pat Smxth Q6 semesters1 Q6 semesters1 Q10 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q8 semesters1 Lorna Stokenbury Q2 semesters1 Bnllye Frank Wllhelm Q4 semesters Mary K Huntlngton Kathleen Kelleher Davld Lashley Betty Jo Melton Carolyn Rhodes Lorna Stokenbury Katheryn Taylor Field Wasson David Hyde Kathleen Kelleher Joanne 0 Kelly Pat Pans Susle Rich Lorna Stokenbury Q2 semesters1 Q4 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q4 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q4 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Norma J Stubbletleld Q2 semesters1 Betty Jo Melton James McG1ll Joanne 0 Kelly Pat Parts Jane Pearson Carolyn Rhodes Lorna Stokenbury Betty Jo Melton Joanne 0 Kelly Carolyn Rhodes Katheryn Taylor Q2 semesters1 Q8 semesters1 Q4 semesters1 Q4 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q6 semesters1 Q2 semesters1 Q4 semesters1 ,Specml dluarda Band and Muslc Inter School Contests Alice Aumlck Q11 Dora Aumlck Q11 Gene Baker Q11 Bxlly Bartle Q31 Jim Bone Q11 Donna Canfield Q11Q21Q31Q41 Phlllp Colwell Q21Q41 Bobby Conine Q31Q41 Don Dyer Q11 Carolyn Hammond Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41 Domm Harris Q11Q21Q41 Robert Hawkins Q11 Jeannine Hllton Q51 Dorxs Hooker Q11Q31 Q41 Nancy Howard Q51 Joyce Hunt Q51 Harold Johnson Q11 Lewxs Johnson Q21 J 0 Kumpe Q11 Daud Lashley Q31 Lorlta Lashley Q51 Glenn Lehman Q21Q31 Key Mack Lehman Q11Q21Q31Q61 Neill McConnell Q11 Charles McFarland Q11Q41 Terry McFarland Q51 Joycene McGoodwln Q51 Mary Ann Maddox Q11Q21Q31Q41 Barbara Mztchell Q21Q31 Don Mxtchell Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41 Arthur Scott Mobley Q21Q31 Billy Napier Q21 Joan Rouse Q31 John Paul Runyan Q21Q41 Doris Sandlln Q11 Freddxe Shaffer Q11Q21Q41 Joe Smith Ql1Q61 Paul Smith Q21 Ernest Stanberry Q21Q31 Bull Steele Q41 Pat Steele Q31 Gene Walllck Q11 Ruby Nell Watts Q11 Northwest Arkansas Music Festival 1946 Reglonal Band Clinic 1947 State Band Clinic 1947 Bx State Band Festival 1947 Instrumental Solo B1 State Band Festlval 1947 Vocal Sextet Q61 B1State Band Festival 1947 Vocal Solo Future Farmers of America Inter-School Contests Federatlon Parhamentary Procedure Contest Winners 1946 Bxll Danner Bill Drake Jim Geiger Bxll Gentry Freddle Gibson A J Ward 1947 Fugene Atklson Blll Danner Freddie G1bson Bobby Hattleld Harris Dean Osborne State Farmers Degree Bull Danner Qulll and Scroll Barbara Dyess Shlrley McConnell Pat Smith John Gearhart James McGill Jimmy Hauser Clovita Powers Amerucan Leglon Oratorlcal Contest-Charles Hedges D A R Good Cutlzen-Barbara Dyess D A R History Medal Danforth Awards Bausch and Lomb Scuence Award Randall Csburn Award cgfonor Graduates Listed in descending rank Barbara Dyess- Valedlctorian Kay Huntington Salutatorlan Shirley McConnell Clovlta Powers Anne Giles Ellzabeth A Horlacher Iris Mae Webb Alice Paddock Dorothy Wllllams Anna Marie Elsentraut Garland Melton . . 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