Fayetteville High School - Amethyst Yearbook (Fayetteville, AR)

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WILLIS MARGARET WILSON Science Band Athletics -'N 'L wp. M qi 69 fix" A FIRST ROW: Fount Allen Jr., Jerry Armstron SECOND ROW: g. Jeannette Barnhill, Billy Batson. FIRST ROW Barbara Bennett Marlon Boatrlght Norris Bogan Viola Boyd, Kenneth Boyer, James William Brooks SECOND ROW Margaret Jean Brooks Sue Burdme James Campbell, Dale Canfield, Martha E Combs Sue Cooper THIRD ROW Carl Couch Janlve Counts, R. K. Crow, Bobbie Jean Curry Anne Yi 9 l an ali it ix 3 , 'Sla- -: I K it mfEgsn43Y 5:.'.: ,fill 5' 0 fi I X Q, 36 90 FIRST ROW: Carol Davis, Leonard Davis, Reid Davis, Georgia Disney, Dixie Lee Dockery, Billie Sue Dowell. SECOND ROW: Jewell Ellis, Phillip Engler, Beulah Ray Fairless, Sylvia Fitzgerald, Neva Frederick, SENIORS 'FIRST ROW: Bobby Gibson, John Gibson, Mahlon Gibson, Elizabeth Greenwood, Susannah Handy, Catherine ankins. Carole Gerard. SECOND ROW: Lula Faye Hanshew, Bobby Harlan, Jack Hayes, J 'Neal Heath, Randall Hinkle, Wiley Bruce Holt. THIRD ROW: Emma Leah Huff, Anna G. Hulbert, Bob Jenkins, Buddy Johnson, Howell Eliiah Lemihg, Carle Liddell. gg -034. by "' " C? tn.. - 9- qff 39, if YJ K a 515- A L ffl. i -916 ff 5 ll 'Ui'- 9' ,,. 6.11 01 is Q'-N 5,5 X 'S if ik s EIRST ROW: Carldean Strange, Bill Stubblefield, Lois Tackett, Jerry Taylor, Wendell Taylor, Audrey emple. SECOND ROW: Tommy Terry, Billy Thompson, Kaye Thompson, Marvin Treat, Mary Sue Wade, Bobby Wages. FIRST ROW: Barry Weaver, Ruth Weber, Jania Weems, Barham Wester, Louise Wheatley, Paul White. SECOND ROW: W. J. Whiiehead, Roberf Gordon Wilkins, Bob Williams, Jimmie V. Williams. THIRD ROW: Bobby Wilson, Doris Jean Wilson, Madeline Winkle, Douglas Young. I "if ... Q' S 'X y-'HY 5- IQSQ ,ag ga- ww QX vi ' ' it 2 1' as 31149, 'S- L N-Q... ' iv QQ' 41" Last Days of Drudgery qs. 6. A I fri. :L 'wk ,Q , -. -Q 1' , f 5 I rg ' T A JUNIOR OFFICERS FIRSTBROW: Pug Ambrose, Mildred Bailey, E2l.,t,. Salma, 'i:2r::::.' Bizzazxzgtf,,i1'f:,zJ3:::g SZZ..,,'a11i'H. B.ES0F?'.?...'f.OSI..d.'4'n""" Bill Cunningham, president. wzw FIRST ROW: Charles Bogan, Mildred Bohannan, Horace Bonner, Tommy Branigan, Martha Brockway, Peggy Brooks, Lawrence Brown. SECOND ROW: Barbara Burson, Betty Jean Bushman, Helen Campbell, Jay Chandler, Johnie Claterbaugh, Joe Coddington, Marvie Combs. THlRD ROW: Pat Combs, Jamie Cornett, Barbara Cralley, Kenneth Crudup, Bill Cunningham, Bill Davis, J. W. Dill. FOURTH ROW: Charlotte Edmonson, Genevie Evans, Patsy Feibleman, Mary Elizabeth Gamble, Hilda Gardner, Bill Giles, Ray Giles. FIFTH ROW: Donna Jo Greer, Betty Guist, Barbara Hall, Harry Hamilton, Lena Harbison, Mable Harley, Geraldine Harris. 1- gs 15 l 5 QQ . QM 2- ,Q IX AX l'-. 'as 9'- h V ft' 5 N Q! t- "' W!!! o ps! 54:54 lo e 've I Sun. and Shadows. OS! Me 6 'ia Qf ROOM 26--SOPHOMORE--ROW I: Darryl Shipley, Suzanne Laner, Norma Jean Neal, Nancy Chamblee, Jimmy Swartz, Carolyn Dunlavy, Carol Carson, Jim Mahan, Dixon Wheatley. ROW ll: Anne M. Stiles, Frances Teter. Emile Sonneman, Lavinia Lee, Carolyn Dunlap, Virginia Stapleton, Johnie Mitchell, Max McAllister, Jimmy McRoy. ROW III: Nancy Vanderslice, Freda Morgan, Judy McFarland, Shirley Anne Davis, Clyde Carroll, Doris Ann Hughes, Shirley Elliott, Eugene Henderson, Jimmy Johnson. ROW IV: Bobby Frank, Tom Robinson, Robert Tunstill, Don Allen Peterson, Denny B. Francis, Larry Trammel, Duane Dennis Terry, Gene Jones, Norman Powers, Stanley Price Williams, Bob Beine, Don Lewis. Absent from picture: Helen Sandlin, Robert Lee Vauahn. ROOM 23--SOPHOMORE--ROW I: Jimmy Bronough, Norma Lacy, Danny Bronough, Jackie Allen, Joan Johnson, Louise Cullen, Doris Garriott, Donald Witherspoon, James Earl Harris. ROW II: Rita Hankins, Geraldine Beavers, Anita Sloan, Merna Robertson, Velma Edwards, Shirley Whitehead, Marlene Bowling, Patsy Anderson, Faye Drain, Joyce Osburn. ROW Ill: Buddy Canine, Ronald Stenseng, Max Bryant, Richard Brown, Dorotha 5 Lower, Marvelyn Rise, Bill Breazeale, Vernon Ritchie, Ross Busby, Bill Ward. 0 ROW IV: Sammy Cupps, Suttle Dean Jennings, Leon Smith, Warren Burdine, Fred Weston, Johnny Miller, Jerry Harrod, Claude Carroll. I I , O Ay I V- . -' 4. u -xl 5 I 8 9 4 1 ,gh ROOM 39--FRESHMEN--ROW I: Peter Pyeatt, Evelyn Parker, lvan Hill, Carole Perkins, Maurice Stokenberry, Frank McDonald, Camelia Morrow, Bobby Engler, Billie Sue Edwards. ROW ll: Anna Fyrn Layne, Melvin Homby, Leonard Frederick, Katherine Wood, Wilma Jean Glisson, Harlean Gage, Jessie Smith, Mary Jo Davis, Bill Ritchell, Betty Sisemore, Marion Johnson. ROW Ill: Ann Howe, Carolyn Selle, Fred Rose, James Weston, Arthur Hayes, Jimmy Snyder, Jerry Stotts, Dortha Bumett, Warren Rouse, Jerry Neal. Absent from picture are: Lemoine Dayton, Harold Jean Byrd, Eugene Jones, Max Adams, Bill Bindley. gfefikfllell ACTIVITY ROOM--FRESHMEN--ROW l: Paul Wood, Virginia Ham- mond, Charles McConnell, Patsy Ann Drake, James Marion Leonard, Robert Kincaid, Arlene Pitts, Velma Lee Lacy, Jimmy Duggar. ROW ll: Peggy Mosteller, Mary Ellen Lee, Ann Kennan, Sharon Rise, lieon Grigsby, Jo Ann Brunzo, Betty Lou Wilks, Shirley Boles, Daphene ones. ROW Ill: Dixie Peevy, Estalee Vansickle, Jo Ann Rice, Jackie Wilson, Loy Boyd. ROW IV: David Aldridge, Phillip Arvin, Bob Drake, William Frank Hancock, Jr., Eugene Dillard, Landon Drain, Jerry Hayes, Paul Tunstill. Absent from the picture: Raymond Johnson. Quxawa UOW ,Q 7 XR? --. f it wee 6 4 f A QW 3 I Si ,MOB I T ,X Z,--iff, "v .aff ARM Lame' F A Jim Ray, T Co-captain All-district C0-captains ,lim Ray and Don Phillips talk it over with Coach Vandergriff, Qirtffhzff Playing strong intersectional foes again last fall, the Fayetteville Bulldogs won five and lost five--not bad against such teams as Subiaco, Tulsa, Will Rogers, and Springfield, Missouri. The Dogs opened the season by upsetting Siloam Springs 7-0. Rain, fumbles, and penalties held the score down. S ringdale also fell before the Bulldog attack I2-6, but Subiaco put a damper on Fayetteville spirits 13-6. llarrison was the third victim 13-6. The Bulldogs quickly scored two touch- downs but bogged down after the first quarter. Will Rogers outscored Fa etteville 40-27 in one of the best games of the season. Bill Brooks made a brilliant 95 yard kickoff return. Fayetteville came within inches of the District One AA crown. With the score 12717 and less than two minutes to play, Van Buren held for downs on the six inc line. Playing the best game of the year Fayetteville beat Springfield I3-12, scoring in the last I0 seconds. lo lin spoiled a perfect homecoming by scoring the winning margin on a late fourtli-quarter drive. Final score 22-19. By beating Rogers 32-6, the Bulldogs got the thirty points coach Vandergriff had been waitin two years for. Tulsa Dame? Webster was played to a stand still for three quarters but Don Phillips' FB finally over-powered the Dogs 32-20. Co-cc ptain Terry Stewart, T Loren Phillips, C Reid Davis, E John McQueen, G A"'dfS"iC' All-district new-fm, Q,g1-f'-:- ' Q. 7,-1' -apr' 's Z ., lv Y Lv' 1 .u Q VM f 1 W 4 A 'Y-A -., -J, . -13-. A 1 any .av J- t 5 4' , ,V dx 7 .yt an ., A If f 4 mf., fu ' ., xox 5, , ,rv ' ,ff . In , . 3 3 ff 'ith z 1 , 1 ..- . 2 . -K . ., ' ,, , ,' . so n if 4Yg Y- u . V' .1 fl' is -vw-10' lgkif' v fa ,, ff :-' ' 5-Q. .V Jerry Hurrod, G Lester McChrishan, E ROHFHB Crow HB Bob Jenkins, G Bobby Pearson, HB Bobby Williams Bobby Wages Bully Stubblefveld C 1' V n ' i Bull Parker QB Bull Brooks, QB Max Powers, HB All-District Norman Powers, C wk!" Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville QQ. -1000 -,4 5, 'ing ,-1. '-.J . 1,.,'f 9354 SCHEDULE 7 Siloam Springs 0 12 Springdale 6 6 Subiaco I3 I3 Harrison 6 27 Will Rogers 40 7 Van Buren I2 I3 Springfield I2 19 Joplin 22 32 Rogers 6 20 Daniel Webster 32 156 149 Jae Holt, E 'YYEIQ Uklkjkq' f 'L l QQTEIQ STU? 2135 i MZ? '-32" I :SYLLIQ 'FQTEW N , ' I CSQEIQ 1 55? S 11?- ROW I: Max Powers, Roy Barnes, B bb H k' K th C dd L Ph'Il' ROW Il: Coach Sfokenberry, Bobby Pezrsyn Esllmg enne ru. Up' Oren ' 'ps' , ' k , H h K 'd, K h B , Boss Trumbo, Russell McConnell. O I or er ug Inca' ennef Dyer fzsfleflzzfl Hill: a host of juniors on the squad, Coach Glenn Slokcnberry,s Fayetteville Bulldogs hung up an 8-I1 record for the 1950-51 baslfellzall season. Among the eight losses were lu o point defeals al the hands of Siloam Springs in two overtimes, Springfield, l1l'lCf' lo foplin, Missouri defending state sham ions, and one point to Van Buren, ,firlfansas ilefrnfllng slate Crown in 1951, by a swore of 3 T-32. l"ayelle1:1'lle was knocked oul of the slate play-ogfs when l5,6'IllUl1UlllI' pulled an upset in the firs! round of I ze dislriet tournament. .4 free tlirou' in Ilze fading seconds broke a 54-54 tie. Russell 1leConnell was named on the all-dislricl team. B TEAM Ronald Morris Alfred Taylor Claude Carr John Muller, Stanley Wllliama Larry Head Norman Powers oll Alan Adams, absent from the plcture is Larry Trammol Bally upped this one to Russell .'x gi' - x 4? Q! N 4 A si A 1 l-J 1 ' J .,o -AL ' f 4' P ,. 5x S' .Jr L , ,I 'lm :J i ' 4 P .l . ,...- A ' nz Q' Preceding the celebration the stu- dents entered class rooms fhrough goily decorafed doors. Peter stars in quiz program. ."4 f lil: ,ss'h" ' iv. Q!! XN ... XM Yx M533 5 . 6 ,tix .ff . 2 55, A ' 1 - 4 fi- WWF . M ,f X-.I ,IX I ' x' Ajgxxmv it 2 e 1 " .. 1 5 I l ,I nuff UQ' 'J ROW I Norma Jean Neal Carol Sue Tlmbrook Joan Johnson Jackie Allen Doris Garrlott Norma Lacy eona Upton Carol Carson Virginia Rush Suzanne Laner Helen Elam Nancy Chamblee Row ll Faye Dram Agnes Campbell Ann Stiles Sally Fay Oxford Merna Robertson Aldena Jameson Mary Francis Mitchell Ann Whitfield Donna Jo Greer Marlene Combs Sharon Pratt Joyce Ann Osburn ROW Ill Velma Warren Francis Teeter Doretta Boyd Edna Miller Thelma Friddle Louise Cullen Charlene Cox Jean Holland Barbara Pierce Muriel Carter Carolyn Stevenson Barbara Shreve Delara w'Ik""5on ROW IV Mildred Bailey Evelyn Lewis Velma Edwards Wllda Gonn Wanda Terry Shirley Stanberry Blancy Skelton Lula Belle George Patsy Anderson Dortha Lower Virginia Stapleton Pat Kelly Carolyn unlavy ROW V Martha Harvey Shirley Elliott Johnle Mitchell Carolyn Dunlap Morllee Cate Sylvia Quantz Freda Morgan Sondra Morelock WWW OFFICERS Presidenf . . . .... . . Anne Dcmeron First Vice-President . .Johnie Claterbaugh Second Vice-President . . . Morvle Combs Third Vice-President . . . Barbara Johnson Secretary . . .... Sylvia Vanderslice Treasurer . . . . . Daryl Pratt Historian . . . .Anne Whitfield Song leader. . . . .Reba McNeal n s head md x a cY 1'-1' " Sewing a fine seam. f e-'Ei lex! - Energetic irst year home economics girls 7 studied care 0 children personality and groom- ing planning amily meals gardenin and the selection and construction o schoo clothing They made stu ed toys blouses, skirts cotton dresses shagg rugs and braided rugs. A w girls have decorated lamps and painted igurines. The girls worked in groups as amilies and planned and prepared break asts and simple meals. - 4 ROW l: Pauline Paschal, Maxine Paschal, Joan Terry, Beulah Fairless, Peggy Brooks, Pat Combs,-Daryl P El' h " ratt, lzabet Greenwood, Patsy Jones, Reba McNeal, Rosalie Bent, Jean Anne Stewart. ROW ll: Emma Mae Skelton, Nancy Reed, Florence Thomas, Lynell Smith, Martha Brockway, Hilda Hester, Marvie Combs, Johnie Claterbaugh, Evelyn Schlect, Mariorie Samples, Norma Jean Spillars, Barbara Hall, Barbara Johnson. ROW Ill: Charlotte Stegall, Jean Milligan, Sylvia Vanderslice, Blanche Rader, Bettye June Davis Genevie Evans, Betty Guist. Peggy Sebourn, Sue Hatfield, Janet Walker, Diana Wray, Gayle Jones, Barbara Wester, Barbara Burson, Natalie Hays. ROW IV: Jeanette Richardson, Maxine Lierly, Louise Mack, Dianna Palmer, Mary Ann Henson, Pat Ambrose, Anne Dameron, Lena Sue Walker, Patsy Feibleman, Martha Ann Mayes, Hildq Gardner, Betty Bushman, Susie Wade, Lorraine Mason. Hemming a formal for the prom. Q ' The second year home economics girls studied home nursing, consumer buying of appliances and equi ment, management of resources, food preservation, cgthing construction, and meal planning for special occasions. They have made candles, fruit cakes, candies, pipe cleaner animals, and hemstitched linens. In sewing they have made coats, suits, evening dresses, and afternoon dresses. , ' it?-G 1 1 vo" io: 0 V ll Pl A Q 5 'N efinmen ge l 4 ROW I: Sylvia Fitzgerald, Roselynn Baker, historian, Neva Frederick, secretary, Randall Hinkle, vice- president, Lois Jeanne Smith, president, Barbara Bennett, treasurer, Kaye Thompson. ROW II: Douglas Young, Betty Murphy, Rosalie Bent, Mildred Shaffer, Mary Ella Hodges, Jean Anne Stewart, Katherine Lussky, Howell Leming. ROW Ill: Jamie Cornett, Lester McChristian, Jr., Lorraine Mason, Martha Brockway, Norma Kennan, Catherine Hankins, Barbara Wester, Mildred Bohannan. Billie Sue Dowell is absent from the picture. jlbzzffbfzaf ww cgavzefy Character, scholarship, leadership, and service are the four standards of the National Honor Society. Among the NHS activities are the sponsoring of the yearbook benefit, the operating of the book exchange, and a tutoring service. Each year the Society initiates a new project for the school. During past years the Society started the Book Exchange, Student Council, Honors Day, 26 Club, Sophomore Guides, Colors Day, the Yearbook, and Play Day. The society also offers the Randall Osburn Award and the Amethyst Service Award. ' At the right, members of the National Honor Society conduct the semi-annual book exchange. H 'U' 'Wt ROW l: Kaye Thompson, Treasurer Max Powers, Vice-President Barbara Wester, President Bobby Harlan, Secretary Martha Brockway, Courtesy Chairman Roselynn Baker, and Sandra Noll. ROW ll: Betty Murphy, Val Ann Watson, Norma Kennan, Carolyn Dunlavy, Gayle Jones, Rosfllle Bent. Shirley Stanberry, Lois Jeanne Smith, Ann Whitfield, Barbara Bennett. ROW Ill: Bob Beine, Alan Adams, Stanley Williams, Jamie Cornett, George Robert Cole, Terry Stewart, Don Phillips, Monte Roberts. The 26 Club, an athletic organization, smrted the school year with the purchase of ten new jackets for the Peppers. Selling season football tickets was another project of this club. Carrying on the traditions of previous ears, they bought the Queen's and maids, flowers for both Homecoming and Cyolors Day. By sponsoring the annual contest for the best door decorations and by selling booster buttons, they got FHS in the Colors Day spirit. The 26 Club decorated the cafeteria and printed the programs for the two sports banquets, football and basketball. Their last job of the year was the selling of concessions at Play Day. Mar- W' 'tr 1 The members at work and at play. K J J- ROW I: Jim Mahan, Jarold Byrd, Leon Grigsby, Joe Dearing, Larry Head, Jack Washburn, Danny Bronaugh, Don Allen Peterson, Bill Ward, Gene Washburn, Carrol Gibson Bill Charles Philli s 1 Y P ' ROW II: Joel Whitely, Roger Johnston, Kenneth Patrick, Philip Mhoon, Jack Graham, Dixon Wheatley, Louis Trager, Harold Byrd, Jimmy Bronaugh, Roger Cumbie, George Gray. . ' 0 ROW III: Jimmy Johnson, Fred Laney, Bob Masters, Walter Weible, Paul Tunstill, Donald Witherspoon, Mahlon Gibson, Darryl Shipley, Lawrence Brown. ROW IV: Robert Tunstill, Wayne Smith, Duane Terry, Suttle Dean Jennings, Donald Roberts, Earl Crudup. The F.F.A. boys are the future men on the farm. They are leaming the fundamentals of :, ---' successful farming by actual practice. Members .. -"Q, A ' . of F.F.A. exhibited livestock at the Washin ton e ' 4- t ' County Fair, District Livestock Show at iort f ' in 5 555 G Smith, and at the Arkansas State Livestock Show I X .,,. A r 1-yz'gfLf-ff 5 at Little Rock. A dairy judging team composed -.. 'wer 'Q -A -1,'F5lf' KV zGEj,.. gl' of lllahlon Gibson, Darrel Shipley, and Don if iff ',.Q-J 'Z'f, f"' futk. Witherspoon won first place in the Ozark Feder- ' , J V fri. S Nfirif' ation contest at Siloam Springs. Don Wither- ,-e- V it V all-z A3 'L , K ' s oon won individual honors at the dai 'ud in 'fi , f 'JZ . -- Q' A lt, cblntest in Russellville. ry J g g - ' L .1 Y lack Washburn, President of the Fayetteville X V it? V, yi" - ' ' ' H "xr chapter F.F.A. is also president of the Ozark D' . rf ' '40 ' roi FederGti0n. I OH LO the -vii, fC -4? . 'hi si ' - Billy Charles Phillips, his mother, and L father find turkeys profitable. 1-QQ F.F.A, boys await the "Blessed Eventf, ,Q T ' sf mi" x,. H ' Lf Q 'T 1 N 5 XNQXZ' ' , I :I 1, ' . n X41 ti rf I A . if ' "', JA,'V e54a'x at 'LUX' Nigf-5'J3' Q 3x33 Vw- s.. v , L 1? 1 3 :E-73. vp f v 1, 41- 4 I 9 jf 33 ...4 . xx .I Nix 5 -'ful D Q A" 56 " 5 VX A. gf Axyp Iwi .z ffqfzzi ROW l: Alan Adams, Bass Trumbo, Secretary, Don Phillips, President, Bobby Harlan, Vice-Presidentg Julian Stewart. ROW II: Jack Washburn, Jack Hayes, Bill Parker, Larry Head, Alfred Taylor, Dick Smith. ROW III: Don Lewis, Norman Powers, Johnnie Miller, Bill Batson, Jamie Corneft, Eugene Henderson. ROW IV: Terr Stewart, James Hunt, Randall Hinkle, Max Powers, Bobby lgearson, Jimmy Blair. Key Clubbers, the Kiwanians of FHS, have regular meetings each week as does the Kiwanis Club. The chief project ofthe year was the pancake break- fast. Other pro 'ects were a Christmas tree lot and a minstrel show. Aroceeds from these projects financed a trip to the Mo-Kan-Ark convention at Fort Smith. Each year the Key Club does something for the school. A number of books were bought for the library as last year's project. , Lf . lhe maestros at work llaybe he s catching lies bpike Pearson and his p town sltckers 4' 42- rf .fg , it s 4 -tg is . ,..,,iw ,if ' 2?-if 4' 1'. ' r 'Q 5 - I :E,1111' . 1-ff f Y iv. 1,5 1- K . 35551 it FHS 9 9 1.4 G! F'- 'P' Y I l f X 5 .455 X I A A I A - .L - yd 0 R, v In . 1 f lx' H X - A , P x Q ,A ' ,trf"'? -' 4 If Q, , , t Z- " fi f v , f f4l7II' Ahyc ,F Z nd ufhite 100108 Mr c . lc 0 ' 010 ,f , bLaC ' U1 A Swim Sylvia takes us back to old Italy Carole Sfenseng, Shirley Sebourn, Mary Elizubeih Gamble, Kaye Thompson, Rosalie Bent, Sylvia Fifzgerald. lu Q..--if Lil -- ROW l: William Myers, Lester McChristian, Bettye June Davis, Barry Weaver Jimmie Blair, Jimmy Swartz. ROW ll: Greg Payne, Bobby Bell, Anna Hulbert, Angie Reindorp, Mary Jo Davis gg Barrett Penick, Larry Hunt. ROW III: John Gibson, Howell Leming, Donald Duncan. Absent from the picture were: Kenny Boyer and Phil Engler. Chess is the game played by these intellectual geniuses. They meet in the library after school, with Barry Weaver rapping the gavel. Each year they have a toumament which lasts for two or three weeks. All members take a keen interest and the touma- 'nent is open to the entire student body. At the left some ofthe members are trying to teach a prospective member the intricate game of chess and at the top is the entire group. ff., i 9 On Wednesday aftemoon, three sections of the TAB or Bookclub meet in the library. They review books, dis- cuss authors, and order books for their personal libraries. Mrs. Chester Dixon, their sponsor, is shown reading from a book review at the right to some ofthe membersv Below is the entire group. f" ROW I: Leonard Frederick, Paul Wood, Wilson Bonner, Val Ann Watson, Jarold Byrd, Greg Payne, Billy Hogan, Billy Philli s. ROW ll: Pauline gaschal, Maxine Paschal, Barbara Shorey, Mary Ellen Lee, Mary Jo Davis, Charles Bell, Jimmy Mulkey, Betty Linn, Patsy Ann Diake, Bobby Thompson. ROW Ill: Barrett Penick, Marilvn Reng, Betty Jean Bushman, Norma Jean Rogers, Dortha Burnett, Joanne Gully, Maurice Stokenbury, William Myers, Everett Schank, David Aldrich, Mary Ella Hodges. ROW IV: Jack Mosley, Wendell Coston, George Cole, Max Adams, Neil Washburn, Bobby England, Ronald Hawkins, David Chaney, Norman Aldrich, Loy Byrd, Clyde Carroll. W ROW I: William Myers, Bobby Poore, Jimmy Swartz, Shirley Davis, Mary Ella Hodges, Frederick Miller, Florence Thomas. ROW ll: Shirley Boles,Ja Beth Phillips, Colleen Stockburger,Mary Teter , Velma Warren, Natalie Hayes, Clyde Carroll, Mariorie Samples, Carol Carson, Nancy Chamblee- ROW III: Barbara Marlin, Mary Jo Davis, Velma Edwards, Dortho Burnett, Maxine Lierly, Barbara Shorey, Louise Wheatley, Carol Stenseng, Mildred Bailey, Barbara Johnson. ROW IV: Johnny Teas, Jerome Johnson, Patricia Ambrose, Carole Hummel, Angie Reindorp. Mid mx AQ' , ROW I: Lorraine Mason, Jean Ann sfewm. ROWII: Roselynn Baker. Mildred Bohannan, ce eie M ROW l: Maxine Velma Warren. Brooks Murphy, Doratha Lower, Robert Lane, Viola Boyd. ROW III: Fred Weston, Shirley Elliott, Gene Washburn. Lierly, Jo Ann Gulley, ROW ll: Margret Billie Sue Dowell, F' iv Al TTU a'v v"" - 5 4 1 4- 1 mf ay ' Q fa ,lfiwffags v Q 'Q-Qi 5..- , Y W '57 Q , ' Cheerleaders: B arbara Bennett Roselynn Baker Lorraine Mason, Bobby Harlan, Barbara Wester, Nadine Stratton, and Kaye Thompson. 22014 ROW I: Wendell Taylor, Brian Miller, Douglas Young. ROW ll: Arlis Parrish, Gordon Wilkins, Randall Hinkle, Ray Barnes. ROW Ill: Joe Coddington, Bill Cunningham. Q ROW I' John McQueen, Joe McGee, William Myers. ROWll: Douglas Young, Gene Washburn, Donald Reynolds, Billy Johnson, Max McAllister. ROW Ill: Jerry Hayes, Orville Hall, Brian Miller, Eugene Henderson. ROW IV: Randall Hinkle, Max Powers, Bobby Pearson. C ,, -. 'u ,. , , L- . E-1 . , I eg " 1. In the foreground: Lorraine Mason, Sue Cooper, Neva Frederick. Be- hind them are Don Phillips, Randall Hinkle, Douglas Young, Howell Leming, Reid Davis, and Susie Wade. ln the background: Lois Jeanne Smith, Jean Ann Stewart, Lester McChristian, Monte Roberts, Roselynn Baker, Catherine Hankins, and Susannah Handy. Absent from the picture are Mildred Bohannan, Kaye Thompson, Barbara Wester, and Bobby Harlan. ' I 'yt L? 5 Front Row: Betty Murphy, Barbara Bennett editor B ll Stubblefield. Back Row: Helen Campbell, Pat Pond This is to all of you who helped with our production, TIIE AMETHYST. It's impossible to tell you how much we appreciate it. At the time it may have seemed like an awful lot of hard work but now that it's over and done with we know you're mighty proud of it and glad you had a part. This letter's for all of you FHS guys and gals, too. This record of '50-'51 was planned with "you" in mind. We hope you'vc enjoyed every page. cyan J-lanara .Im M1121-v Freslmmn IP vu Lux A Suplunnurn- 1c.mr1.-.luv 1.-muy Junifwr 'eruice alwarda 072 O!!! Hnrlmru he-nm-tt, Milrlrml Hulmnmm f4'u-I-lslitors .Hon or Qfaduqlfg X.-vu Frm-dvrlr k Huwvll Immillp: Randall Hinklv Sally Hulhvrl HznHrlxu1'n Bennett ,Tie Luis Jeanne Smith y Douglas Ynum: Barbara We-mer Jean Anus' Stewart Lesier Mvflmrislian, Jr, Ruth Weber Hrnhm sl Imnglns Ynung. llusmuss Munupzvr Edliors of THE JUNIOR TIMES Ilznrllum lhfxlnrll. Mildred Bulmnnnll, Bully Murphy, Don Phillips Dfhcers of the Student Council Slmff-Ar, Presirlen! Kanye- Tholnpson, Sm-rf-tary Mllulrn-4l 26 Club Peppers I s Jnnm- l'nrm'll, Vim-L-1l'resnlunt Uuvld Milvln-Il,Treusl1rer lmrburu Wester, Reports-r Rus.-lynn Baker, Martha Hmm-kway, Hubby Harlan -Russ-iynn Baker Marilve Cute Carolyn Donlap. Gayle Jones, Wlmhmll Jean Anne Stuvnt Cheer Leaders lhnsdynn Hfxkrr Iiurbxm He-nnul Lorrnlm. Mason lx-DP aight!! dfnnua allfmlelic alwarnfd BAND- Speciald alwarafd All State Band Clams: 1 Jumne Cornvn, Hub Jenkins, Evelyn Mm-gan, Iunnll' M1-Rn!'- Milliren Shaffer State Band Meet-1950, Furs! Place: fflymln- Carroll, Murpznrf-I Mud. Mvn:-1 121, I-Ivs-lyn Murgun Nmthwest Arkansas Band Festuval--1950, First Places- Juhn Am. In-uw, Vlmrlvs Hogan, Ray Gil:-H, Margaret limlgf-ns, Ev-'lyn M-frgnn fifr. Joyce Ann Osburn. I.aJuyce Patrick 121, Mildred Slmffer, Anne Stiles. 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S , X -' 2 3 ' inp.-.- -neu --- :arg 'l- 3 . .Q X In the first days of lndian Summer te grind begins purple and w ite uniforms tumbling in the mud and dust brassy band marching under the flood ts f t e foot all ie c eer leaders in their first stiff work outs Peppers performing precise routine County Fair hits town and the kids hit t e a r holes In FHS attendance mean SC Convention sun turns to shadow and heavy winter coats southern belles and gentlemen at the Southern Melodies Show pep rallies and alumni bring memories ofother Home comlngs while Queen Susie holds the spotlight Step right up ladies and ents h SC C rcus is ere Christmas with its parties and smales and presents fond vacation' football rolls into basketball and FHS meets Tulsa Central Peppers hard at work on the Spaghetti Supper Color s Day with Lorraine crowned queen harassed students digging into their books for finals ...... we awake one morning to find the first snow has crept in on little cat eet ...... end of first semester. , 5.- tl Egg. H5 " ,t- fig, ,v 4 f' f ,1 'V Q: '- if f 1 ff Trudging back to school with books in arms ...... hearts and loving glances mark Valentine's Day and early spring ...... Home Ec banquet and savory smells ...... FHS is knocked out in the first game of the district tournament with tears and woe-begone faces ...... excitementand well placed hints mount as the SC Pie Supper approaches ...... we air our vocal talent in Mrs. Mitchell's concert ...... daffodils bloom, robins return, the sun keeps late hours, love reigns supreme, and cares and lessons are forgotten as Easter Vacation rounds the bend ...... convention time again, NHS and SC ...... proud students accept their honors on the llth of April... ...scared "to be" freshmen at the Sopho- more Guides party ...... the band with shining instruments takes off for state meet ...... the first senior event of the year, the play ...... then it's the FFA'S to have a banquet ..... 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