Fayetteville High School - Amethyst Yearbook (Fayetteville, AR)
- Class of 1948
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To our football team Wh1Ch has never been more worthy of our pralse
and pr1de, we the 19h8 Amethyst staff, slncerely and gratefully dedicate
Sklllfully tralned by coaches Elv1n Gelser and Glenn Stokenberrv
the squad has dlsplayed excellent sportsmanshlp and has establ1shed a
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FIRST ROW Mr V T Blossom, Mrs Howard Barnes, Miss Dorotlq
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Marian Bell, Hrs. Chester Dixon, Mrs G C Ellls, Hrs Theodore
Gray, THIRD ROW: Nr Cecil E Wers, Mrs Bunn Bell, Hrs Arthur
Thonpson, Miss fmth Boggs, lhss Velma Hall, FOURTH RUN Mr H E
Ruppert, Ltrs Herman Eason, Mrs Otha Tarlor, Miss Ruth Crozier,
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FIRST R017 Loma SCOKBUDBFYY, Mary Ann Ellis, Pat Harris, Pat Smith, Ellen Morris, Mary John
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leen McConnell, Dale Cani'1e1d SECOND RON Marie Louise Rhea, Janie Sullivan, Kathryn Gorrell
Jackye Jones, Anna Faye Webb, Betty Epperly, Pat Johnson, Nell Casey, Pat Paris THIRD RON
Marion Cooper, Deryl Powers, Ann Wiggans, Lou Wilson, J S Baird, Field Wasson, B111 Brooks
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SENIOR CLASS SONG
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JUNIOR CLASS SONG
Tune "Let Me Call You Sweetheart"
by Aldah Sue Harris
We, the Junlors, greet you
from the depths of our hearts
We nll always love you tho'
our paths must part
To Rose and Gold, your colors,
we will e're be true,
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Yellow Rose Rose and Gold
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Brewster, Bonnle Nlckell S CONJ ROA Dons Jean Mitchell, Emma
Jean Briggins, Joycene lcGoodw1n, Mary Lee Klng, Georg1a Mae Dockery
THIRD RO-' Alfred Morne, Bobby Patrlck, Charles Rader, Billy Goss,
rOURTH ROV Harris Dean Osborne, Donald Szgmon, Bob Smth, Don
Logue FIFTH ROV Donald Colllns, Avery B Smth
FIRST ROW Patrlcla W1ll1ams, Jo Ann Kelhr, Barbara llcCa1n, Dale
Coodale, Bett1e Leah Nilsen, Haroldine Eisentraut, Barbara Ellis
SECOND ROW Dorothy Wise, Joan Greathouse, Deloris Shelley, Joyce
Hunt, Kathleen Kelleher, Retha Cornett, Ralph Ott THIRD ROW
Betty Martin, lane louise Rhea, Frances Bailey, Ruth Turney, Elsie
Aldrich, Cherrie Baker, Gaylord Carter FOURTH ROW R T Ednards,
Buddy Cornelius, Wilburn Shackelford, James Morse FIFTH RON
Harold Land, Charles McFarland, Eugene Atkison, Billy Centry, Larry
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lllller, Gail Adkisson, Mary Ida Cox SECOND ROA Bllly Stockburger
Dorothy Teas, Lorraine Reinold, ldarc1a Campbell, Darlene Rise THIRD
ROW Irene Weber, Marjorie Hammond, Joan Helton, Pegg' Glles, David
George FOURTH HOW Barbara Noack, Nona Howard, Kay Kaiser, Bethel
Nard, Eddie hoods FIFTH ROW Dwight Mlx, Lewis Wilson, Bobby Hat
field, V1rg1l Carson, J S Baird, Travis Moody SIXTH ROW Kenneth
Hulse, Tryon Lewis, Jacob Sharp, Donald Trumbo, Michael J Hughes
FIRST RCM Eettv Rankln, Jeanette bK1nner,r t Grlgsbw., B1.Llve 'rank
f'I1lhelm,Jach3e Jones,Martha -organ S.,CC JD 'LN hanon Swan , Pattl
Lollar, Clalre Coleman, Norma Stubblefleld, Maxlne rlultz, Bettv Lou
Dowell THIHD HC- Bill Burns, Robert Monds, Rlchard Holt, Joe
lashourn, John Bunch, Walden Boaz PCUTITH RCW Tonm Chaiiln, :red
Curt1s, Jerry Cobb, Deryl Powers, Paul Garnett, Jack Hay
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RCW Susle Idcn, mwarime .-xzyd, ueweva .-aaxer, Haxuene Ball, Joan
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Mae Stout, Charles vouch, Sue Gunn, a.. Steele 'DJ-1.151 RCW' Jacx
Carter, Darnn mlgore, George -forte:-, George Stax-nes, ally Brown,
rarold Jonnson :L 11 -:L 1 um January, Dale ..1ree"wooo, Davzd
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FIRST ROW Donna Coleman, Frances King, Margaret Traphagen, Doris
Wright, Pat Danner SECOND ROW Mary Loulse Snapp, Uardelle Lalmon,
Ruth Falrless, Billy Jo Wilson, Ann Barrett THIRD ROW Joe Fred
Starr, Alyne Cowan, Linda Moore, Marjorie Bassett, Betty George
FOURTH ROW: J D Hall, Lawrence Skelton, Joyce Donaldson, Cecll
Linam FIFTH RON Philip Colwell
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FIRST ROW: John David Swaim, Elizabeth Boles, Adelaide Garrison,
Ann Caldwell, Juanita Easterly, Jimmy Stuart , Ilene Carson. SECOND
ROW: Wayne Bogan, Hope Gibson, Wilma Hodges, Irene 53118, Louise
Harrison, Eleanor Schneider. THIRD ROW: Bob Selle, Pearl Utter,
Betty Sellers, Joyce Nell Howard, Alan Brockway, Betty Jo Helton.
FOURTH ROW: Laura Baxter, Gretchen Stevenson, Cedric Pratt, Bobby
Cupps, 'Pat Burnett. FIFTH ROW: Jerry Hall, Charles Nimon, Billy
Brown, Lynn Weir.
FIRST ROW Nettie Wheeler, Jo Ann West, Ronnie Crow, Donna Parks,
V1ola Boyd, Wendell Taylor SECOND ROW Jerry Lollar, John Ambrose,
Arhs Parrish, Rosa Drane, Ellen Louise lheatley, Patsy Thompson
THIRD ROW Doris Kinzer, Mildred Shaffer, Faye Standridge, Doris
Wilson FOURTH ROW lla.rv1n Treat, Loren Phillips, Wwne Bayley,
wayne Anthony, Clyde Guist FIFTH ROW Don Allen Peterson, Randall
Hinkle, Bobby Williams
FIRST ROW: Lorraine llason, Jean Anne Stewart, Sylvia Fitzgerald,
Bobbie Jean Curry, Novelle Rieff Dixie Iae Dockery. SECOND .ROW: Lois
Jeanne Smith, Betty Jewel lorrie, Joan lille, Doris Wood, Catherine
Hankins, Joan Williams, Martha Conbe. THIRD ROW: Wilma Sue Neeee,
largeret Kitchel, Levell Vaughan, Lula Fqe Hanshew. FOURTH Htl:
Phillip mgler, James Campbell, Hayden lbers, Janes Hutchinson,
Junior Whitehead, Pierson Skelton. FIFTH ROW: Fount Allen, Reid Dai
vie, Lester llcChr1etian, Jr., Jerry Taylor, Joe Hardin. SIXTH ROI:
Jerrold Pltser, Jin Ramllorris Bogen, J' Heal Heath, Eugene Watkins
'William lcvey, Wiley B. Holt.
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FIRST KJW Pmllp Rogers, Leonard Davis, Dav1d Parks, laul Dennls,
Barbara Bennet.t,Kaye Thompson, Betty Murphy bE.CO'-YD ROV Don Owens,
Robert McChr1stian, Charlene Boaz, Roselyn Baker, Barbara Wester,
Neva Fredenck, bue Burdine THIRD ROW Carl Stephens, B1ll1e Joe
Garrlott, Larry Smlth, Dale Canileld, Judle Sp'll1ers,n1l1y Stubble-
field, B1llie Porter FOURTH RO: rmma Hull, Betty J1nske, Edward
Fhlllips, bebern kage, Jr , Monte Roberts, .Shirley Seoourn, Paul
Mute, Douglas Young FIFTH RO: Jackie D Lupef: Barbara Stotts,
ninth Heber, Dlck Johnston, Joe Crakes .JIXTH ROW Wllbert Cobb, Bob
Jenklns, Bobby Glbson, bobby Niels Hlll, Howell Leming, Danlel Lee
VFIRSZP RDW: Beulah Fairless, Dixie Lee Rogers, Jackie Bynum, narlene
Maguire, Bobby Wilson, Jack Hayes, Delmer Selle. SMOND ROW: H808
Southern, Patsy Nardin, Jean Milligan, Cnrlstene Oxford, Margaret
Brooks, Donald Phillips. THIRD ROW: Jan Nozencraft, Anne Dameron,
Billy Sue Dowell, Kathleen McConnell, Mary Sue Wade, Bobby Wages,
FOURTH ROW: John Gibson,l-'at Pond, Bonnie Hart,Evelyn Morgan, Lewis
Aldon Proctor. FIFTH ROW: Phillip Porter, Bill McDaniel, Carlden
Strange, Charles John, bobby Har.Lan,Terry btewart. SIXTH RCW: Billy
Thompson,Thomas Terry, Jania Wheems, I-Rarian Boatright, Dale Gibson,
Carl Kaiser. SBIENTH RDW: Carl Couch, Jimmy Williams.
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Coach k1bltZing Colwell's at lt agalnl'
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FIRST ROW Lucille Combs, Pat Paris, Joanne O'Ke1ly, Pat Smith
Bill Danner SECOND ROW Carolyn H ers, Kathryn Gorrell, Pat
Harris, Lorita Lashley, Mary John Skillern THIRD ROW Gene
Lambert, Ann Niggans, Nancy Allen, Nell Casey
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Established as an active organlzatlon in 1937, the Socratic Chapter of the
National HonorSociety holds as its chlef aims the encouragement of scholarshlp, the
development of desirable tra1ts of character, the provision of training in leader
sh1p, and the stimulation of desire for service to others in Fayetteville I-hgh
The society chose for its 19h7-118 projects a service award to be given on Hon
ore Day to the senior who has contributed the most unselfish service to h1s school
during his high school career, departmental awards given by appropriate sponsors,
and a tutoring program whereby NHS students will coach students who need help in
particular subjects In past years the National Honor Society has sponsored such
projects as organizing the Student Council, the 26 Club, and the Sophomore Guides,
at establishing the book exchange, Honors Day, the Randall Osburn Award and Color Day
Officers of the organlzation are Joanne O'Kelly, president, Lucille Combs,
vice president , Pat Paris, secretary, Pat Smith, treasurer, and Ann Wiggans, report-
Its sponsor is Hrs Bunn Bell
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l,m Swwster, Kata'-m .oz-'re", Ulargaret Trapnagen THIRD WDW Can.
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Reporter Secretary Vice President
Nancy Allen Nell Casey Lorita Lashley
Created by the National Honor Society in the spring of 19142, the Student Coun
cil of Fayetteville High School has, since that time, developed into a strong ser
vice organization, giving the student body a chance to participate in and conduct
to a great extent their own school activities By doing these things, the students
taking part render a vast service to the reminder of the student oody as well as
enrich themselves by acquiring the sterling qualities of character, an acute sense
of obligation to duty, a feeling of pride in their school, and a willingness to co
operate with one mother and with the faculty
Membership in the council consists of a representative from each home room and
five officers elected by popular vote president, vice president, secretary, treas
urer, and reporter The members bring the ideas and requests of the students in
their respective rooms to the council for consideration, and report back to their
home rooms the decisions of the council It is the responsibility of the officers
to see that all adopted projects and activities are carried out
A number of the activities of the council during the current year have been as
follows sponsoring two rummage salesg continuing sales of high school pennants
from the preceding year, participating in the PTA grease driveg sponsoring school
partiesg selling Bulldog stickersg running concession stands at footballgamesg ssl
ling football programsg directing operation of a coke machineg selecting the Pepsi
Cola scholarship ted, contestants, having charge of the election of new cheerlesdersg
sending three delegates to the SASG convention at Corpus Christi, Texasg holding
discussion groups, making an athletic scrapbook to keep a record of all Bxlldog
sports events from the beginning of this yearg giving points for participation in
council activities toward the awarding of a 'Council Cup' on Honors IQ to the room
showing the most complete and helpful participation, co-operation with the Good-
fellows in their annual drive for foodvto help destitute people by taking care of
tive needy families, each one of them receiving a box of toys, a large basket of
canned goods, a fresh chicken, a pound of butter, a loaf of bread, and cranberries.
The Council also helped to raise 8350 in financing the yearbookg launched the first
annual program of decorating the archway d the gm at Christmastim with lights and
cedarg sponsored the larch of Iltmesg mg me charge of furnishing the music room.
At the annual convention of the Arkansas Association of Student Goverment held
in Little Rock in 19117, Fayetteville High School was elected Publisher of the Pro-
ceedings !or this year'a beting held in Hot Springs.
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FIRST ROW John D Swaim, Don Hall, Wayne Anthony, Bill Collins
Jerry Hall, fayne Bayley SECOND ROW Dick Johnston, Pat Burnett
Buddy Allen, Frank Wages, Robert Elderton THIRD ROW Marvin Brad
ley, Paul White, Bobby Hatfield, Kenneth Hulse, Robert lcChristim,
B111 Danner FOURTH ROW Don Peterson, Lawrence Skelton, Dale Gib-
son, lichael Hughes, Travis lloody, Jerry Pitzer
Vice-pres Wayne Anthony
Secretary Bill Collins
Reporter-----John D Swain
Sentinel Wayne Beyley
Advisor------Cecil E lqsrs
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HOMJRARY vw 1 ERS
Lynn L Smith
In September, the FFA boys mde a trip to Siloam Springs to attend
the livestock judging contest. Don Hall attended the Achievement Ban-
quet in Little Rock in November and received twenty dollars for the lo-
cal chapter with won the Northwest Arkansas District Parliamentary Con
test. In larch the boys attended the district and federation contests
held at Russslville. Here they participated in the livestock ,judging
contest and in the shop and farm crops contest. Hog raising was the
project of the spring semester.
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FIRST ROV Bethel Ward, Joan Melton, Eleanor Schnieder, Edna Fredenck, Marilyn Myers, Lucille
Jones, Betty Ann Kehn SECOND ROW Elizabeth Bolea Betty Jo Crudup, Aldah Sue Harris, Pat Williams,
Pat Porter, Jean Wllson, Wanda Fay Evans, Pat Danner, Pat Grigsby THIRD OW Irene Evans, Sula
Jo Morrow, Anna Fay Webb, Frances Lew1s, Wllma Hodges, Ilene Carson, Jo Anne Tuck, Doris Mitchell,
Pat Harris FOURTH ROW Edwardine Boyd, Ida Fay Long, Betty Sellers, Frances King, Haroldine Eisen
traut, Margaret Traphagen, Susie Rach, B1ll1e Jo Wilson, Marjorie Bassett, Betty Frank FIFTH ROW
uanita Easterly, Ruth Fairless, Doris Wright, Geneva Baker, Billie Jo Wyatt, Donna Harris, Darlene
Rise, Jo Slmmons SIXTH HOW Mary Ida Cox, Pattl Lollar, Jackye Jones, Deane Baugus, Dorothy Moel
ler, Jane Robinson, Maxine Hulse, Marlene Ball SEVENTH ROW Joanne Poore, Sue Guinn, Retha Cor-
nett, Allyne Cowan, Blllye Frank Wilhelm, Irene Weber, Blllie Seamster EIGHTH ROW Marjorie Hank
mond, Lorene Reinold, Frances Ba1ley, Mary Martha D1ggs, Charlotte Blood, Mary Lee Klng, Gula May
Claterbaugh NINTH DW Marcia Campbell, Elsie Aldrlch, Singa Sellers, Helen Lower, Joyce Donald
son, Lou Wilson, Dorothy Teas, Virginia Heerwagen, Mardella Lallman, Georgia Dockery, Ann Wiggans,
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F H A activities began with the formalinstallatlon of officers and the initiation
of the new members at the first of the sc ool year The F H A colors, red and white,
were used as the color scheme for the majority of the club activities During the first
semester, a district meeting was held at the University High Home Economics Department
where the Federation officers were elected Mary Ida Cox was elected reporter for the
Federation A Christmas party was held in the Activity Room, where the girlssang carols,
and decorated the Christmas tree In Nove ber a Hobo Day was held The girls did odd jobs
for people in town and each earned a dollar
Several F H A girls attended the state meeting, which was held at Little Rock on
March 3 In April a Mother Daughter Banquet was held
The F H A has one hundred per cent membership from the Home Economics classes
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FIRST ROW Jacob Sharp, Virginia Heerwagen, Nancy Allen, Claire
Coleman, Mary Ann Ell1s, Deryl Powers SFCOND ROW Barbara Bennett
Roselynn Baker, Jackle WHILE, llarllyn Brownfield, Joanne O'KelJy
Betsy Berry THIRD Ron Dav1d Lashley, Donna Coleman, Lorna
Stokenberry, Pat Paris, Norma Stubblefleld, Bill Danner FOURTH
ROW H T Edwards, Marie Louise Rhea, Donald Collins, Jo Anne
Tuck, Ernest Stanberry, J S Ba1rd
The 26 Club, an organlzatlon in 1ts second year inFayettev1l1e Hlgh School was
formed by the Natlonal Honor Society for the purpose of a1d1ng the athletlc program
:Ln every way poss"ble The club ha twenty six members from which comes its name
Act1v1ties are many and varied Football season t1ckets, tickets for state
play-off, and football programs at the regular games have been sold Line ups and
spotters for all vinting teams were obtalned by the courtesy committee The club
arranged for pep convocatlons, and trafflc members assisted the traffic squad in
directlng traffic at football games
At the homecoming game flowers were furn1shed for the football queen and her
maids The queen's robe and the cover for her chalr were also provided Stuelds
and ribbons were made for Color Day a comblned 26 Club and Natlonal Honor Soclety
project, and plans for the special convocatlon and parade held then were made Dec
orations and programs for the annual football and basketball banquets were furnished
One of the basketball student managers and the operator ci' the basketball score
board were members of the club Arrangements for hous1ng,transportation, and enter
tainment of visitlng teams during the holiday basketballtournament were made by the
Aside from the1r regular dutles, members of the organlzatlon flnd t1me for re
creation New members were entertained with a weiner roast at Hannon Playfield on
Off1cers are Nancy Allen, president, Mary Ann Ellls, vice president and pub
liclty manager, Clalre Coleman, historian, Deryl Powers, fmance manager, Jacob
Sharp, traffic managerg and Virginia Heerwagen, courtesy manager The organizatmn
is sponsored by lisa Ruth Boggs
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Martha Combs, largaret Brooks, Jean Milllgan, Margaret Tr phagen, Rlta
Jean Lhller, B1lly Jo Matt THIHJ RUS Lorrmne Mason, largorie Ham-
mond, Betty Hanna, Doris Ann Wrmght, Mary Louise Snapp, laxlne Hulse,
Retha Cornet FURHTH WUI' Joycene McG0odw1n,Ruth Weber, Carolyn Rhodes,
Betty Jo Melton, Lorna Stokenbury, Gretchen Stevenson FIFTH RCW Jane
Pearson, Adelaide Garr1son, Smrley Sebourn, Billy Sue Dowell, Glenn
Lehman SIXTH ROW Ann Colwell, Howell Lemlng, Lynn eir Jerry Pit-
FIRST ROI Beulah Faye Edwards, Betsy Berry,Gail Adkisson, Claire Cole-
man, Barbara Ellis, Jane Robinson SECOND ROI llarilyn Brewster, B11
lye Frank Wilhelm, Elaine Cazpbell, James Stewart, James Holder, Mary
Huntington THIRD ROW Lorna Stokenbury, Alan Brockway, Laura Barter,
Harold Hodgson, Glenn Logan, Bill Danner FOUR'!H ROW Jacob Sharp, R
T Edwards, Ann liggans, Deryl Powers, Nelda Ruth, Field Wasson, Tomy
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Anna Fay Ylebb, Lou Wilson,
Pat Johnson, Marian Cooper
FIRST ROW Mary Huntington,
Field Wasson, Ann Barrett,
David Lashley, Beulah Faye
Edwards SECOND ROW James
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Bl'OCk'lQ', Gretchen Baerg,
Laura mxter, Betty Jo llelton
Billy JoGebrie1 FOURTH ROW
Lorna Stokenbury, Cu1F.llis,
Tomsy Levis, Glenn Logan
!IRST ROW Aldsh Sue Harris
Dale Cloodale, Janie Sulli-
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John Skillern SECOND RON:
Ann Wiggans, Betty Jo lhl
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FIRST ROW Junee Stewa.rt.,J1:lq Holder, Harold Hodgson, Alan Brogk
'HJ' SECOND ROW Glenn Logan, Virgil Carson, Daryl Powers, J S
Balrd IHIRD HOW John Kaiser, lax Phelan, Field Wueon FOURTH
ROW Alfred llorrie
FIRST ROW: Lester llcflhrietian, Jr., Doris llitchell, Pat Benner,
Dorothy Tees, Elsie Aldridge. SECOND ROW: George Porter, J. S.
Bird, Kenneth Hulse, George Sternes, Bill Danner. THIRD ROW: Jerry
Pitser, J. D. Hell, Lynn Weir
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Joyce Hunt Lorita Lashley
J0'7lB11e Collins Terry McFarland
FIRST ROW Pat. Danner, Frances King, Dale Goodale, Mary lax-'cha Diggs, Lonta Lashley, Joyce Hunt,
Barbara Ellis, Haroldean Eisentraut, Betty Rankin, Pat Grigsby, Kathryn Gorrell, Allena Van Brunt
SECOND ROW Anna Fay Webb, Adene Hinkle, Annie Laurie Pierec, Joyzelle Collins, Terry McFarland,
Martha Morgan, mth 'mrne'y, Wanda ,Jean Rose, Joycene lkzcoodwin, Mary Lee K1ng, Maxine Hall, Hope
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FIRST ROW: Blchard Holt, Alan Brockway, Carlton lhoon, charles
Hoody. SECOND ROW: Bobby Earl Stewart., Wendell McCracken, Jerry
Cobb, Glenn Lehman, 8111 Ivey, Bill Brooks. THIRD ROW: Joe Smith,
Nat O'Dey, Kenneth Hulse, Bobby Conine, Wade Winkle.
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Buddy Johnson, B111 McDan1els, Don Phllllps, Jimmy January, Don lntchell, Pat Steele, Charles
McFarland, Mlldred Shaeixer, Dav1d George, Neil lcConnell,Bobby Comne, George Porter, Darwzm K1l
gore, Dale Greenwood, John Gibson, Larry Smith, Joan Greathouse, Lynn Weir, Don Cecil, David Lash-
ley, Bill Steele SECOND ROW Billy Wayne Batson, David Hyde, W1lbert Cobb, Terry Stewart, Jerry
Cobb, Joan Poore, Robert lbnds, Harmon Walters, Philip Engler, John Ambrose, Bill Gentry, B111
Bartle, Betty Lou George, George Starnes, Paul Smith THIRD ROW Evelyn Morgan, Billy Napier,
Harold Johnson, Lewis Johnson, Philip Colwell, Doris Hooker, Dwight Mix, Glen Lehman, Ernest Stan-
berry ILAJORETTES Barbara McCain, Mary Anne Maddox, Allce Aumick, Joan Rouse
The band year started with an enrollment of fifty three members
An all day fair trip was made by the band on September fifth This trip was followed up by appearances
at the fair at the Fayetteville Fairgrounds September eleventh and twelith Then, on September twenty fourth
the band gave a concert at Leverette School
The band, directed by lr Willis, gave a formal concert convocation for F H S students on October
seventeenth Three pep convocatlons were also pven by the band for the students Then on October twenty
eighth, band students marched in the parade honoring Sherman Lollar, the baseball player
Ths University of Arkansas' homecoming parade and game on November first were also participated in by
the F. H. S. band.
The third annual band banquet was held in the school cafeteria on January sixteenth, with seventy seven
meubers and guests present. On January thirtieth and thlrty first the F.H S. band was represented at the
Harrison Band Clinic.
On February twentieth the band gave its annual winter admisson concert. The State Band Clinic was held
at the University of Arkansas on February twenty sixth, twenty-seventh, and twenty eight. Several F. H. S.
band members were present.
The band played in the Honors Day convocation larch thirty first.
Another convocation was held for the student body :Ln the spring.
The band medaers participated in the Annual senior class day convocation in larch.
The number of appearances for the band during the 19117-148 year, including football and basketball games
totaled nearly fifty.
The bsnd's project for the year was that of acquiring a bass horn and a tenor saxapbone. Nearly one
hundred dollars' worth of music was also purchased.
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FIRST ROW Pat Harris, Ellen Morrls, Ann Wiggans, Mary John Skil
lern, Vlrginla Heerwagen, Nancy Allen, ne Lambert SECOND ROW
Pat Paris, Janie Sullivan, Jane Robinson, Marilyn B ewster, Joanne
O'Kelly, Mary Ann Ellis, Nell Casey, B 11 Brooks
Edltors Pat Harris
ports Ed1tor Gene Lambert
Art Editor. Ellen Morris
S C Reporter Nancy Allen
Feature Editors Ann Wiggans
Mary John Sklllern
A Rewrtersoeeeoeooooeoupat Paris
Mary Ann Ellis
Editor Joanne 0'Kelly
Assistant Editors Janle Su111van
Mary Ann H1113
Marie Louise Rhea
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J. S. Baird
.Lou Wilson, Chairman
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Editor Pat Paris
Assistant Ed tor Mary Ann Ellis
Sports Editor Gene Lambert
Feature Editors Joanne O'Kelly
News Editors Mary John Sk1llern
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S. C. Reporter......Nancy Allen
Art mitOreeeeeuoaeE11en Morris
Billye Frank Wilhelm
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FIRST ROW Gene Lambert, Edwln Rise, David Lashley, Bobby Dale
Fritts SECOND ROW Jimmy Holder, James Stewart, Harold Hodgson
'Bill Danner, David Hyde THIRD ROW Alan Brockway, Deryl Powers,
Jacob Sharp, T E Williams, Jr FOURTH ROW Larry Baggett, J S
Baird, Jack Routh, Field Wasson, George B own FIFTH ROW R T
Edwards, Tommy Chaffin, Cecil Parker, Carl Ellis
Establfshed th1s year in Fayetteville High School, the Key Club 18 made up of
boys who rank hlgh 13 the1r classwork and who will probably become the buslness men
of Fayetteville The group, organlzed by the Fayetteville Klwanis Club ln accord
ance with Key Club International, is a service organization the purpose of which
is to a1d high school boys in improvement of their school and community
The Key Club of Fayettevllle High School adopted the constitutlon of Key Club
International, and made its own by laws Its charter was presented at a charter
night banquet given by the K1wanis Club at the Washington Hotel, November 25 lem-
bers of the F H S chapter assisted in the larch of Dimes by putting posters and
containers for coins 1n the business houses
Delegates were sent to the Kansas-Missouri Arkansas convention of Key Club In
ternational December 20, 19h7, and to the natlonel Key Club convention in Hhmphis
Tennessee, April 23 and 214, 19148
Officers for the first semester were Bobby Fritts, president, Edwin Rise,
treasurer, and David Lashley, recording secretary
Officers for the second semester were Gene Lambert president, Deryl Powers,
vice-president, and Harold Hodgson, secretary treasurer
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the field of dramatics Membership is regulated by a definite point system in
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oclety is made up of students who have
The F H S Chapter'a charter was received on January lb and the organ1zat1on has been active since
Oflicers oi the soclety are Gene Lambert, president, Bobbv Stewart, vice president, Kathleen Kelleher,
secretary, Mary Anne Maddox, treasurer
Pat bteele, Carlton Mhoon, Richard Holt, Rise,
Bobby Dale Fritts, Joe Robinson. SEXJOND ROW Frank Wages, Jerry
Hall, Tryon Lewis, Bill Brooke, Don Logue, Jack Routh, Robert Elder-
ton, Bobby Gibson. THIRD RDI: Net 0'Da1, Cecil Dean Parker, Cednc
Pratt, Don Trumbo. FOURTH ROW. Bill Drake, Joe Smith, Jack Hough-
land, David Lashley.
Lettermen absent frol the picture are Gene Lambert, TOHIIIY I-edford, Jack Gaim,
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Champions " The Fayettenlle Bulldogs, undefeated 1
conference play this season, were chalpmns of the Northwest
Arkansas Conference and District No l
Fayetteville started the season by whltewsshing Alla Zh
to 0 The next game the Bulldogs got their high powered of
tense rolling to roll over Siloam Springs 31 to 7 Then Har
rison invaded the Bulldog'e gddiron and went home with a 31
to O licking Van Buren, an early season powerhouse, us
only one more step in the Bulldog's way to the championship
as they fell 12 to 0 under the purple and shite drive Fay
ettevllle took Bentonville in stride hh to O and Springdale
33 to O Hapless Huntsville was nuled S8 to 6 with the re-
serves playing most of the gale, mile Rogers collapsed be-
fore the brswny Bulldogs Sl to 0
As champions of District No 1, Fayetteville met the
Subiaco Trojans, District No h champs in the first round of
the state playoffs at Fayetteville. The Bulldogs opened up
the scoring ani led at the hal! 6 to O Then early in the
second hal! Tryon Lewis broke through the line for a second
touchdown to put the score 12 to 0 The last quarter was
dominated by the Trojans. They scored once on a 23 y-ard end
HID, and with only 15 seconds to go they recovered a Bulldog
fuimle and coqzleted a wobbly pass for the second TD They
kicked the winning ertra point after the game was over
At the annual football banquet held Friday, Dec 12, in
the schoolcafeteria Tryon Lewis and Richard Holt were elect-
ed to succeed Gene Lambert and Joe Smith aa co-captains I
the team Coach Presley Askew of Van Buren High School was
the guest speaker Lettermen for 19147 were introduced by
Coach Geiser They were: Ledford, Hougland, Smith, Drake,
Frltts, H-outh, Guinn, Logue, 'I' Lewis, llhoon, Lambert, Lash
ley, O Day, Rise, Adkisson, Conine, Elderton, Hall, Pratt,
Hay, Wages, Brooks, Holt, Robinson, Steele, Trumbo, and B
Eight of the Bulldog team received berths on the North-
west Arkansas Conference Honor team Ledford, Drake, Smith,
Fritta, Routh, Lewis, Logue, and Lambert were judged to be
among the top players in this section
Honore on all state teams were won by four Bulldogs
Bill Drake, tackle, was named on the let team of the North-
west Arkansas Times, 3rd team Arkansas Gazette and Honorable
llention on the Arkansas Democrat all state teams Gene Lan-
bert was named to the 2nd team on the Arkansas Oasette, hon-
orable mentlon on the All-Southern team, and honorable men-
tion on the Arkansas Democrat all state teams Tryon Lewis
mde the lst team NorthwestArkanaas Times and honorable men-
tion on the Arkansas Gazette and Democrat teams Don Logue
received 2nd team honors Northwest Arkansas Tlaes,and honor
able mention Arkansas Gazette and Democrat teams
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Beginning with the annual Homecoming party, the Home-
oglng festivities took over Fayetteville High School for
the week-end. The main event of the party was the grand
march, led by the football co-captains and the homecoming
queen There was a large victory bonfizewhere school yells
were led by the cheerleadereg and a huge snake dance wound
its way uptown afterward, blocking all the traffic on the
Clinxing the ceremonies was the crowning of the queen
before the gamhiday night A procession of football play
ers and their :aids formed a sell-circle before the stands
where the queen, mlen lorrls, was escorted forward by Co-
captain Joe Smith and crowned by Co-captain Gene Lambert
lith plenty of power originating from their 'T' forma
before the largest crowd ever assed:-
score Tryon Lewis drove ovrfrom the S yaxdllne to
Van Buren attelpted to start a passing attack late
second quarter but the stout Bulldog line nailed the
for losses before he could get the ball off several
The half ended 6 to O in favor of Fayetteville
The start of the second half was closely contested
Van Buren started a drlve,b1!,it was stopped at midstrlpe by
the hard-charging line Fayetteville received the ball on
their 29 yard line on the kick, and on the second play Gene
Lambert went through left tackle and cut back to outrun the
Pointer team 'Il yards for the second score Fayetteville
made another scoring bid in the last quarter when Drake re-
covered a funble on Van Buren's 16, but a 15 yard penalty
offset the advantage
up ten first downs to three for Van
tion, Fayetteville rolled over vaunted Van Buren, 12 to 0, plyeugvulg hd an the -7 in ngunic, chllkmg
quarter the Bulldogs unleashed a 72
yard sustained drive for the first
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Winning two tournaments and taking
second place in the Northwest Arkansas
Conference highlighted a successful sea
son for the 19217 MB Fayettevllle
School Basketball team Dunng the regu
lar season, the Bulldogs amassed a total
record of twenty one wins and three loss
Their only defeats were to Van Bur
en,Tulsa Central, and Muskogee, who were
beaten by the Bulldogs in earlier games
In conference play, Fayetteville lost
only to Van Buren, undefeated champions,
by one point away from home Two Fayett
eville starters were out with injuring
at the time of the loss
The annual Northwest Arkansas Holi
day Tournament was held at Fayetteville
December 26 and 27 The Bulldogs won
easily in the finals over Van hxren after
disposzng of Springdale and Huntenlle
I HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT
ln earlier rounds The Purple and White
also Cqaped the Annual Springdale Invlta
tion Tournament byvlctorles over Gentry,
West Fork, Huntsville, snd Bentonville
in that order The district No 1 tour
nament was held in Fayetteville, larch IA,
5, and 6
Fayetteville BfnlX't8d the seeson with
six lettensen,Don Logue, Joe Smith, Gene
Lambert, Edwin Rose, Tryon Lewis, end
Neill llcConnel1, one lettermsn transfer,
Don Trumbo, and four newcomers, Jsck
Hoagland, Bill Drake, Carlton llhoon, end
Jacob Sharp, on hand Logue, Smith, and
Lambert were chosen co-captains for the
19347-118 season An average ofl13 3points
per game to31.5for the opponents was the
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The Chrlstma Splrlt comes this machlne agel Nancv Sue looks doubtful,
throuvh wlth flVlHF colors out Jan1e's lull of cheer
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FIRST ROW Sylvia Fitzgerald, Barbara Bennett, Jackie Wnum, Rose
lynn Baker, Billie Jo Wyatt, Patsy Thompson SECOND ROW Charlotte
Blood, Doris Mitchell, Barbara Ellis, Billie Jo Gabriel, Marilyr
Brewster, Kathleen McConnell THIRD RON Mary Sandlin, Anne Barrett
Darlene Rise, Lois Swihart, Terry McFarland FOURTH ROW Sula Jo
Morrow, Corinne Stephens, Margaret Kitchell, Doris Kinzer, Marjorie
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W1th four hun- Featured at the PTA's bubble gum party g1ven
dred mnety 111 ne October ll, were contests for blowing the lar
into the building,
School began its
forty first year,
September 1 One-
hundred f o r t y
eight freshmen at
tended an orienta
tion program held
in Root auditorium
where the intncate wheels and cogs whlch maxe
the school run smoothly were explained to them
Installation of the new Student Counc1l men-
bers preceded the council meeting September 9
President Bobby Fritts inducted the represents
tives as they promised to do their 'best at all
times to make this a better school "
Season tickets for the Bulldog football sea
son were Sold in a city wide campaign conducted
by the 26 Club iron September 9 through 19 The
sales amounted to more than 82000
Officers of the Future Homemakers of Amerlca
were installed in a candlel1ght ceremony Septem-
ber 29 New members were initiated, as Irs
Gray proudly boasted 1005 membersh1p for the
l9b7 L8 year
Eight senlors were lnitiated by the Natio-
nal Honor Society, October 1, in a candlelight
ceremony led by the officers of the group
Before the football game with the Harrison
gest bubble with bubble gum, lor girls putting
rouge, 11pst1ck, and an apron on a boy fastest,
and a potato race
Entertalnmsnt at the nomecomlng school party
took the iorm of a play, 'V1CtOIy'S PPIZGW, pre
sented by the dramatlcs class The traditlonal
grand march to the bonlire was led by Queen El
len Morris and co captaln Joe Smlth, and, after
the pep rally the students joined in a snake
dance to the square
Defeating Van Buren's Po1nters 12 to O, Octo
ber 17, the Bulldogs marked up another victori
ous homecomlng game Precedlng the tussle Joe
Smith escorted Ellen Morris to the 50 yard l1ns
where sne was crowned queen by Gene Lambert and
given a bouquet by the Van Buren captaln
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and Kaye Thompson
were dected cheer
leaders October 2,
by popular vote
tr1ed out 1D con-
vocatlon to fill
needed to complete
Jack Routh was chosen to head the 19148 senior
class in an electlon held October 22 Other
ofncers elected were ann Wiggans, vice-presi
dent, lary Sa.ndl1n, secretary, and Edwln Rise,
Goblins, FHS students 11.1 turned out for a pep
rally on the square as a part of the first an-
nual Color Day, October 3 Followmg a pep con
vocation :Ln the auditorium, a parade chmaxed
To raise money for its yearly projects, the
PTA conducted a grease drive October 6 through
lO,with the co-operation of the Student Council
Room 11 won the contest by contributmg over 50
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ball was the theme
of the second VTA
party of the year,
October 25 Cath
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Burdlne, and Betty
Jlnske, dressed as
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at a weiner roast
given at Harmo n
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sponsor 1 the
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Dads were guests at a turkey dinner meeting
of the PTA, November 19 Entertainment was fur-
nished by the National Thespian Society
Luck ran out in the last 15 seconds of a
strategic football game at Harmon Field November
22 The Subiaco Trojans pushed over a touchdown
and kicked the extra point to win the state play
off game 13 to 12
Mary John Sklllern, Deryl Powers, and Marie
Louise Rhea represented the FHS Student Councll
at the annual conventlon of the Southern Asso
ciatlon of Student Government, held lh Corpus
Chrlsti, Texas, November 12 to lL
oi FHS were llned
up to have thelr
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tlme with huntlng
Easter eggs and
other Slmllar pur
vacated the school
bu1ld1ng larch 26
through 29 tor the
annual Easter va
met at the
elther on December
5 or 17 Group
pictures lor the
en on those dates,
with Green Studio
1n charge of the
jeans and girls in g1ngham dresses
square dance party given by the PTA,
The gym was decorated to resemble a
saddles, hav, and saw horses
trav to Cleve-
The annual football banquet was an event oi
December 12 in the h1gh school caieteria Let-
termen were 1ntroduced,and Tryon Lewis and Rach-
ard Holt were elected co-captalns for the 19h8
days began lor FHS
on December 214 and
lasted through Ja
nuary lx Activi
ties ranged irom
land or Dallas, to
staylng home and
restlng to get 1n
condition lor se r
eager and refresh
ed, they were all
glad to be back after being away from their
The deserving were rewarded for their efforts
at the fifth annual Honors Day hehd larch 31 in
convocat1on lr V T Blossom presented the
awards, assisted by Mrs G C H115
Every Family Has One , the senior play for
19148 was presented on Apr1l 9 under the direc
t10D of Miss Velma Hall
Under the sponsorshlp of Mrs Ava Gray, the
home economics department gave a banquet honor-
lng mothers on April lb This mother-daughter
banquet is held yearly by the Future Homemakers
To raise money for the yearbook was the pur-
pose of the minetrel show given by the music
classes under the d1rect1on of Irs Barnes
New members and old had an hllarious time at
the yearly P1CD1C of the Natlonal Honor Society
The plcnic is the only social event of the orga
Juniors and seniors were entertained at their
annual banquet and dance held Thursday, lay 13,
Tables were turned when band members, instead
of entertalnlng others, enjoyed an evening of
entertalnment themselves The annual band ban-
quet neld on January lo, was iollowed by a dance
in Root Auditorium
HCals, grab you a man and comeln, read e
poster advertlslng the Leap Year party sponsored
by the PTA, January 17 Miss Hamberg warned
agalnst t1ghts or hair pulllngs, but the evenang
pas ed without any such rlhaldries
Something new 1n the convocation line was
presented by the National Honor Society January
28. A repnca of the 'Truth or Consequences"
program brought much fun and laughterto students
watch1ng everythlng from Shaksperian recitations
to ridiculous pantomdmes.
and at their plcnic on lay lb
18, when they took
that day the s1xty
I or will I not be
worried through Tuesday, lay
their final examinations
four-ddDlr question was, 'lHl
here for the senior activities
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mon for the 19148
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Class Day followed
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were climaxed with
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HEVERV FAMILY HAS GNL
Mrs James Parker
Peginald Reardon Bill Bartle up
Bobby Earl Stewart
ry John Sklllern
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Fvery famlly has one, but not all of them
cause as much trouble as the Reardon fam1ly's
d1d 1n the l9h8 senlor play, WEvery Famlly Has
ywgone H Of course the thlng every famlly has and
doesn't want 15 a skeleton 1n the closet
As the play opens,the whole Reardon house
hold 15 1n an uproa maklng preparatlons for the
older daughter, Marc1a's, marrlage to the soc1
ble 1S that the brlde 1sn't blushlng In fact
he 1sn't even happy But only Nana, her shrewd
grandmother, who calls Sherwln Ha son of a Ply
mouth Rockn 1S aware of th1s fact
spendlng two weeks w1th the Reardons whlle
w1n and h1s fatherwere away on a buslness
Durlng th1s tlme her Drentent1ous dlY9S
made her vex unpopula , espec1ally wlth
who has brlbed eleven year oliPenelope to
on the plano when Mrs Parker 1S restlng,
1S most of the t1me Another of Nana's confed
erates 15 Vssle, who lS the dunbbut klnd heart
ed servant In dlrect ODPOSlt1OU to Hana lS
Mrs Rea.don, Laura, who 1S determlned that no
thlng shall prevent arc1a's mak1ng tnls brll
Soon after Sherw1n's and Mr Parker's re
urn to town, Cousln L1ly Reardon also arrives
'rom the old home town for the weddlnv Actu
ally L1ly 1S elphteen, pretty, very up to date,
and respectable However Nana, whom seventeen
fear old Warry accuses of belng Fate ltself,
brlbes Llly to pretend to be the typlcal daugh
ter of the famlly black sheep, another Cousln
Llly Even though the Parkers are thoroughly
dlsmayed at Llly, and Laura 15 terr1bly embar
rassed, larry 15 favorably 1mpressed,as he says
both ne and L1ly are Nchlldren of sorrow
The Parkers had been very much 1n favor of
the weddlng especlally slnce lt would mean thatp
Mr Parker could ,ut over an lmportant deal w1th
Mr Reardon But when Llly beglns telllng all
the famlly secrets no t of whlch are f1ct1onal, B
the Parkers declde that the Reardons aren't
arlstocratlc enough and call off the weddlng
Thls 1S greeted wlth cheers from everyone ln
cludlnp Marcla who has ln the meantlme found N
Galloway Even Laura has by th1s tlme become
dlsgusted w1th the Parkers' ancestors and 15
W1lllnP for Marcla to marry Todd
So the Reardons begln making weddlng plans
all ov r agaln, but thls tlme for Marcia and
Todd As the play ends, a telegram arrives from
Cousln T1ly,the real famlly skeleton saylng she
w11l arr1ve 1n town shortly Laura falnts as
the curtaln falls
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