Fayetteville High School - Amethyst Yearbook (Fayetteville, AR)
- Class of 1955
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Text from Pages 1 - 86 of the 1955 volume:
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Fayetteville, Arkansas 1954-1955
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The Bet Years
The year Mrs . Bunn Bell was
again principal and Mr. Wayne
White completed his second year
as superintendent. There were
the Sophomores who got lost, the
juniors who felt sure of themselves
and the Seniors who were getting
old and blase, but who hated to
leave when graduation came around
This was the year when jerry Stew-
art was president of the Student
Council, Lynn Wade was president
of the Senior Class, and Bill Hall
was president of the Junior Class .
of 0ur Live
This was the first year Fayette
ville High had integration. As
usual, this was a busy year for the
activities flourished and students
were busier than ever. This was
the year U Than Myint from Burma
visited FHS to study the American
school system and get an insight
into community life .
In the following pages we give
you a glimpse of the highlights of
the best years of our lives .
THIS WAS THE YEAR that the NHS
opened the bookstore, a convenient
service for students . Once again fun
reigned in the halls with dancing,
"conferences," and ping-pong. The
new milk machines provided plenty
of calcium. Elections were exciting
as usual - and this was the year we
sang carols in the main hall around
the Christmas tree .
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THIS WAS THE YEAR that Miss Boggs'
home room won the volleyball intramural
championship and celebrated with a feast
Once again buying lunch tokens was a
usual home room ritual and courtesy was
emphasized in helping new students, such
as Charlene Smith. In the classroom
Arnold and Holtzen proved positive an ex-
periment in physics. McNair's tumblers
showed coordination and agility in their
original pyramids. This was the year the
browsing corner of the library became an
increasingly popular spot.
THIS WAS THE YEAR when Careers Day
gave students the opportunity to get a
etter understanding of various careers.
Play Day was one of the best and U Than
Myint came all the way from Burma to
study the FHS school system. Singers
Ellis, Ellis and Newbern were a big part
of the Fair Tour, Q and the magazine drive
again created competitive spirit and made
David Wilson one of the high salesmen.
On EB Day, many Fayetteville business-
men became better acquainted with the
school. Honors Day was, as always, a
special event, as was the Christmas par-
ty sponsored by the Student Council.
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ville High enjoyed an extensive intra
mural program which gave every
student a chance to participate in
some phase of athletics . The Pep-
pers, the Band, and the P.A. were
loyal to the Bulldogs, and with the
other fans helped spur them on
during a season of football and bas-
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Mrs. I.C. Atherton Mrs. Bunn Bell Miss Ruth Boggs Miss Frances Broyles Mrs. Chester Dixon Mrs. Laverne Heflin
Mathematics Principal, English Language English Librarian History, English
William H. Duncan Mrs, Herman Eason Mrs. G.C. Ellis George Freeze Miss Velma Hall Cecil E. Myers
Diversified English Social Science Auto Mechanics EHSIISTI Vocational Educa-
OCCUDSUOUS Mrs. Grace Lawson Mrs. A.D.McAllis- Mrs, Feriba McNair Mrs. James Morris tion
Miss Bernice Karnes Commercial ter, Ir, Physica1EduCati0n Home Economics Mildred Bailey
Mathematics Mrs. Steve Rothrock Commercial R.W. Willis Benny A, Winborn Secretary
Mrs. Richard Peters Science Harry I.Vandergriff Band Athletics
BOARD OF EDUCATION
fleft to righrj William Morton, Henry
Shreve, Hal C. Douglas, Ray Adams,
Haskell Utley, and Clark McClinton.
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E George Baranowsky Ion Barnette Marcelia Bent Nancy Ann Bird Sharon Blackmoh Bill Bowman
Wesley Burkett Barbara Byerly Gayel Baugus CoEtta Byrd David Carter Cortez Cate
Billy Cate Margaret Ann Cates Peggy Caughman Maryqilou Centers Sybil Chaffin Carol Cole
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Patty Crittenden Nancy Crow
Betty Ann Delzell Roger Dennett
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Charles Daily Albert Davis Boyce Davis John Davis '
Donna Dockery Mary Louise Dockery Roger Dowell Sloan Duvall
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.sue Hayes Mebane Harrison Dan Hudspeth
Marvin Hoskins Nola Huckelbury Regina Hudson
Dorsey Jones Nettie Jean Jones Ronald Jones
Calvin Joyner John Kehn Neita Ann Kincaid Clara Knight
Dean Lacy Charles Langham Altggagyne Charles Ledbetter
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Captain, All-District, Captain Captain
Hon. Mention All-State
Stone cuttin' up
1954 SEA SON RECORD
Siloam Springs . . .
Subiaco .... . .
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Springdale. . . .
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Russellville . .
Fort Smith. . . .
The 1954 football season was one of
change. Clayton Spencer moved up from the
Junior High head coach position to line coach
of the Bulldogs. New basketball coach Ben-
ny Winborn was an assistant football coach.
The most important change, made by Head
Coach Harry Vandergriff was the installation
of the single -wing offense. With three 200
pound linemen, the line was not fast but
powerful. The backfield was powerful and
The Bulldogs lost only three games by a
total of four points. Fayetteville placed five
men on the All-District team, two on the All-
State team. Fayetteville started the
season with only six lettermen, but many boys
gained valuable experience in the first games
as substitutions were liberal.
It was a nervous group of players that
travled to Siloam Springs for the first game of
the season. Many boys started the game who
had seen very limited action.
DONNIE STONE, TB
All-District, All -State, DAVID RUSHING, SG
All-Southern, All-American A11-District
TOMMY HITT, BB WESLEY MORRIS, SE CHARLES KING, WB
This was the first year of football for
Wesley Morris who made A11-District. In
the first game Lynn Campbell, with his fine
defensive work, and Donnie Stone, with his
powerful running, established themselves as
the mainstays for Fayetteville, Siloam
Springs fell to Fayetteville 28-0.
The next week Fayetteville took on a
Subiaco team that improved with each game.
Subiaco, later in the season, played Van
Buren for the championship. The Bulldogs
beat themselves with an untimely flat pass,
The bright spot was the running of Stone, who
gained over 200 yards, Subiaco took a 26-
25 win in the first of three heartbreakers.
The 'Dogs traveled to Rogers and dazzled
a team that had beaten them two years in a
row. The Bulldogs showed a powerful offense,
crushing Rogers 31-0. Stone went 98 YHICIS
on an intercepted pass, The line play was
superb stopping Rogers cold on the Mount-
aineer's Dad's Day.
Springdale, our arch rival, just didn't
Coach Benny Winborn, Coach Harry vandergriff, and Dr. Coy
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have it this year. Springdale was stopped on
the ground, but came out in a spread forma-
tion which threw a scare into the Bulldog fans.
The aerial attack failed and Fayetteville
took a 32-7 win.
The next game was the most important
one for Fayetteville played all year. Van
Buren was flying high and well on their way
to the District title. We led them '7-0 in the
first half, but we just couldn't get the nece-
ssary blocking in the last half. A loose ball
bounded into our end-zone and Van Buren got
a safety for the two point margin that spelled
victory for Van Buren 16-14.
The only thing that stopped the rebound-
ing Bulldogs the next week was a weigh sta-
tion. Lynn Campbell broke loose for a '71
touchdown jaunt. Jim Sandlin got in the
scoring column as Fayetteville ripped Spring-
field 34-6. Coach Vandergriff used all the
players available. On the way home the Mis-
souri State Police took an hour deciding we
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Joplin was lucky enough to see Miss
Marilyn Beine crowned Homecoming Queen,
and also saw us show some good solid foot-
ball. Fayetteville gained twice as many
yards as Joplin to earn a 20-7 victory. Iop-
lin won all their games in Missouri, but lost
all of them in Arkansas.
The game with Russellville was marked
by hard blocking and tackling. Stone off
tackle and Campbell through the middle
kept the Cyclone on their heel all evening.
The game was extra long because of injuries
to Russellville players. The fine showing
of the Bulldogs spoke well for their condition.
Stone and Campbell played the entire game
In the last game of the season the Dogs
showed their power but mistakes took their
toll. Fort Smith intercepted three passes and
scored two touchdowns in the last minute of
the first half. In the last quarter Fayetteville
was behind, but they had marched to Fort
Smith's goal. Fayetteville passed, missed,
and Fort Smith won 20-19.
JIM BOB WHEELER, C BILL ADAIR, TB WESLEY BURKETT WB
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Starting at ends for Fayetteville this
year were Lynn Wade and Buddy Morris.
At tackles the Bulldogs had 220 pound Jerry
Riggins and 200 pound Stephen Reed. ln
the guard positions were Preston Woodruff,
another 200 pounder, and David Rushing.
Early in the season the Dogs lost senior
center Gaylyn Hall because of injuries.
Two sophomores, Iim Bob Wheeler and
Dorsey Jones, were called upon to assume
the regular center duties. ln the blocking
back position was Jimmy Sandlin, a con-
verted guard, and Tommy Hitt, a defensive
standout. Hitt was a junior and All-District
but he moved to Knoxville, Tennessee be-
cause his father was a member of Bowden
Wyatt's staff. Bill Whitfield, a sophomore
and Charlie King, a senior, held down the
wingback position. At fullback, All-State
Lynn Campbell provided half of Fayetteville s
one -two punch. The other half was Donnie
Stone who, from the tail-back slot, gained
1, 800 yards, scored 25 touchdowns, and
averaged 9, 4 yards.
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FIRST ROW: Hugh Cobb, Bill Bearg, Tom Pilkington, Jim Terhune, Jim Bob Wheeler, Ronnie Bagley SECOND
ROW: Ronnie Jones, Bob Cooper, Donnie McGaugh, Bill Adair, Jodie Crumpler, Robert Thomas Coach Claton
Ft. Smith 'B'
Ft. Smith 'B'
Practice gets under way in the band room,
Drum Major, Paul Martin, poses with maj- gg
orettes Patsy Poore, Joyce Gardenhire, Ioye
Rouse, Donna Flowers, Glynda Flowers, and
Included in the 50 -plus public appearances of the FHS Band
this year were parades, festivals, tours, and even the Central
Airlines opening here. One of the main events on the calendar,
however, was their Winter Concert, in which a greater em-
phasis on popular music was readily noticeable, besides the
The band, increased this year by a bass clarinet and a French
horn, also played for the usual school activities: Honors Day,
student convocations, and all home athletic events.
Six of its members were chosen to positions in the All-State
Band tryouts: Barbara Barrett, Dick Blake, Robert Good, Wesley
Morris, David Newbern, and Alice Ann Willis.
The 54 members of the band elected Mickey Crigger their
president, George Davis, Vice -president, and David Newbern,
secretary-treasurer, first semester. For the second semester the
officers are Dick Blake, president, Leon McClelland, vice-
president, Wesley Morris, secretary-treasurer.
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ROW ONE: Barbara Hayes, Joy Rouse, Patsy Poore, Paul Martin, Joyce Gardenhire, Glynda
Flowers, Donna Flowers. ROW TWO: Arlen Poole, Alice Sanford, Shelva Hodges, Margaret
Young, Ann Hankins, Flora Radcliffe, Mary Good, Tomi Feathers. ROW THREE:David Mulkey,
Rita Timbrook, Nola Huckleberry, Alice Ann Willis, Leota Huelshorst, John Nielsen, Bar-
bara Barrett. ROW FOUR: Tom McCleland, Tommy Slusher, Billy Cotton, Leonard Mc-
Candless, Judy Lathrop, Louise Phillips, Marian Jones. ROW FIVE: Paul Young, Wesley Morris
Jim Bob Wheeler, Paul Michaelis, Kay Meinert, David Wilson, Dick Bowles, Lyle Martin.
ROW SDC: Jerry Hobbs, T.O. Spicer, Neil Ingles, Dick Blake, Leon McCleland, Robert
Good, Jimmy Hatfield, Jimmie Estes. ROW SEVEN: Mickey Crigger, Mr. R.W. Willis, David
Newbern, George Davis, Charles Ledbetter.
Just kickin' around town. Band practice in full tilt.
Bus load of band equipment. Marching on the town.
ROW ONE: Carol Hightower, Bonnie McCawley, Sue Stogner, Barbara Hannah, Marilyn Johnson, Carolyn Web
ster, Marilyn Henson, Connie Mayes, Jackie Main, Martha Alexander, Robbie Jo Woods, Lola Taylor, Sue
Stonecipher, Earlene Baker, La Joyce Heflin. ROW TWO: Janice Hudgens, Faith Ellis, Sue Gearhart, Maxine
Phillips, Mary Nell Clark, Frances Ellis, Rose Marie Grigsby, Carol Sue Cullen, Susan Brown, Jo Ann Fincher,
Mary Lou Center, Riley Renner. ROW THREE: Marianne Miller, Donna Henderson, Lois Ellen White, Shirley
Mhoon, CoEtta Byrd, Marcelia Bent, Delona Carter, Martha Sue Short, Beth Logan, Margaret Thurman, Peggy
Peterson. ROW FOUR: Verba Jean Gibbs, Betty Tuck, Dixie Mills, Marlene Decker, Sharolyn Holtzendorff,
Peggy Taylor, Nancy Howard, Anna Gamble, Sondra Witherspoon, Diane Hilton, Wilnita Mayes, Janet
Strickler. Those absent when picture was taken: Betty Belote, Katie Day, Barbara Kelly. Ioann Lierly.
Girl ' Choru
ROW ONE: Boyce Davis, Charles Daily, Wesley Burkett, Tad McAllister, Jack Neal, Ronnie Berry. ROW TWO
Gayel Baugus, Alton Lane, Dennis Boyer, Larry Scott, Kenneth Bohannan, Leslie Stogner, David Rushing.
ROW THREE: Bobby Stewart, Benny Shreve, John Steele, Don Stone, Doug Douglas, Garland Morrison, David
Connell, Dick Jennings, Ronnie Bagley, Doyne Roberts. Absent when picture was taken: Tommy Sager.
A "strict1y pops" variety program,
Christmas Carol Sing in the main hall, a
Christmas convocation, and a Spring Con-
cert were but a few of the activities which
kept the boys' and girls' choruses busy
this year. As always, they sang for Honors
Dayg and the Baccalaureate and Graduation
numbers bade the exalted seniors farewell.
A trip to Conway for the Arkansas
State High School Choral Festival and the
Bi-State Festival at Fort Smith rounded out
the choruses' schedule .
White stoles to be worn with black choir
robes were made this year by the chorus
and PTA mothers .
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ROW ONE Richard Arnold, Dick Blake, Willa Charlton, Louise Dilday, Barbara Fincher, Mary Jo Good
man Bill Hall Doug Hall. ROW TWO: Buddy Kehn, John Lewis, Barbara Lunsford, Nancy Martin
Patty Pyeatt John Steele, .Ronnie Swan, Donna Van Hoose.
Under the sponsorship of Mrs. G. C. Ellis, and through the cooperation of the officers and representatives
the Student Council continued as one of the leading organizations in FHS this year. Members consist of one
representative from each home room and five officers. SC activities are outlined in a four point program
A. Sponsored devotionals every Thursday moming
B. Participated in Religious Emphasis Week
Assumed financial responsibility of all programs such as publication of Student Directories
A. Officers are elected by majority vote of all students in FHS
A. Sponsored three school parties a year, plus a faculty Christmas patty
B. Serviced community in ways such as enforcing traffic regulations
The main purpose of the Student Council is to promote training in citizenship and student participation in
Christmas brought a party for the
teachers, decorating the big tree
and collecting toys and food for
Getting ready to entertaing a school
party in full swingg refreshments, at
last, in the Council Room.
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Hannah, June King, ROW TWO: Preston Lackey, Julia Landers, Garland Morrison, T.O. Spicer, Mary
Sue Storiecipher. Robert Thomas, Elwood Whitchurch.
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what the critics would call a "smash time for the Senior play. After much
hit." Each student was required to make consideration the Broadway hit "Arsenic
a speech introducing himself. As the and Old Lace" by joseph Kesselring was
days went on, much improvement was chosen. Members of the dramatic class
made, and when the end of the course on made up the cast.
public speaking came, the class held a Two one-act plays were given at the
mock dinner party in the lunchroom . Christmas party and at convocation.
Bobby Stewart was MC, and the class A series of one-act plays was planned
enjoyed after-dinner speeches and musi- and the dramatics class also looked for-
cal numbers . ward to a class play.
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ROW ONE: Elaine Berry, Lucy Bowman, Lynn Campbell, Delona Carter, Doug Douglas, Faith Ellis, Frances Ellis.
ROW TWO: Jeanne French, Allan Guinn, Nancye Holston, Dale Kratz, Beth Logan, Joyce Luper, Wilnita Mayes,
Paula Morris, Stewart Scholl, ROW THREE: Larry Scott, Bobby Stewart, Don Stone, Janet Strickler, Warren Stub
blefield, Norman Stuckey, Preston Woodruff, Marcia Willetts, Sue Yoe.
ational Thespian Society
Madame Director Officers discuss year's plans. STANDING: Sue
Yoe, vice-president: Norman Stuckey, Treasurerg
Wilnita Mayes, Clerkg Doug Douglas. SEATED:
Nancye I-Iolston, president.
Membership in the Thespian Society
was earned by appearances in plays with
a certain number of points given for one-
act or three-act plays and for major
or minor roles . However, this was not
the only way points were attained. Sue
Yoe was local winner in the "I Speak for
Democracy" contest. Preston Woodruff
received points for his part in the "For-
um of the Air." Other members re-
ceived points for committee work and
various appearances .
Troop 717 of the National Thespian Society
was re-organized on February l, 1955 . Officers
were elected sand a constitution committee con-
sisting of Scotty Scholl, Preston Woodruff, and 1
The Fathers of Our Constitution
Warren Stubblefield was named.
Initiation was held immediately following the
senior play. Each Thespian automatically he- I
came a life member of the National Society. Ev- t
ery month for a year the members will receive a
a copy of "Dramatics" Magazine.
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Crigger, Jodie Crumpler, Albert Davis, ROW TWO: Boyce Davis, George Davis, Pat Fleming Don
Froning, Norman Gabbard, Allan Guinn, Billy Earl Hall, Jimmy Hatfield, Harlan Head ROW THREE
Tom Hitt, Jerry Hobbs, Terry Hunt, Neil Ingles, B.L, Lewis, Leon McClelland, Tommy McClelland
Don McGaugh, David Mulkey. ROW FOUR: David Newbern,, David Rose, Jerry Shaffer John Steele
Jerry Stewart, David Stockford, Lynn Wade, Paul Young.
Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club,
the Key Club is a service organization
for which Mr . George Freeze serves
as faculty advisor.
Always the big event of the year,
the Pancake Breakfast, was held in ,
October at the Legion Hut, and was a 5 if
real success .
The District Key Club meeting, B
held on March 18 - 20 in joplin, was
presided over by David Newbern, Dis-
Officers were Leon McClelland,
president, Terry Hunt, vice-presidentg
Jerry Stewart, secretaryg john Steele,
treasurerg Dick Blake, senior director, -
David Stockford, junior director.'
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ROW ONE: Susan Brown, Bill Cain, Eleanor Ellis, Faith
Ellis, Pat Fleming, Sue Gearhart, Allan Guinn, Carol
Hinkle. ROW TWO: Nancye Holston, Betsy Jones, Dale
Kratz. ROW THREE: Paula Morris, Patty Pyeatt, Scotty
Scholl. ROW FOUR: Juanita Webb, Marcia Willetts,
Headlines, deadlines, copy sheets, re-
writes - as always, big parts of putting out
the JUNIOR TIMES three weeks out of each
This was the year when Bill Cain and
Sue Gearheart were editors first and sec-
ond semesters, respectivelyg when, once
more, Mrs . Herman Eason was faculty
advisor, when "The Galley" was originated,
and when the journalism room got some
tables and a wastebasket.
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AMETHYST finished in time under the co-
editorship of Marcia Willetts and Eleanor
This was the year of early hours, late
hours, long hours, waits in line for a chance
at the typewriter, and taking turns at the
paper- cutter .
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T a erer 5 -F Future Farmers have participated in
at the Washington County Fair, the Arkan-
y ' sas-Oklahoma Livestock Exposition, the
State Livestock Showg Achievement Day
Row ONE: Alan Bauy, Kenneth Bryant, Forest Bur- at Joplin, Missourig Local- Federation
dett, Orvis Creel. ROW TWO: Jim Dutton, Jimmy Publ' ' - - d..
Don Duvalt, Maurice Easterling, Clyde Lower, IC Speakmg Contest' and Local Fe
Carolyn Webster - Sweetheart, Eugene Patrick,
eration Parliamentary Procedure Contest.
Jerry Patrick, Stephen Reed. ROW THREE: Bobby They have co-operated with the Fayette-
Seay, Jimmy Sexon, Billy Taylor, Donald Terry, v'11 Cha ber of Co merce ' ' i
Harold Van Asche, Ierre Van Hoose, Richard Wag- Ide mt. th Om k F dln cggangg ng
non, Billy Weible. Row FOUR: Bobby wnuems, an Promo U18 e Zaf 6 era 1011 31'
Chester Worley, Cecil E. Myers. ket BaI'I'OW Sh0W and Sale .
Fayetteville High School can be proud
of its twelve Future Farmer members
who received degrees of Chapter Farmer
in appropriate ceremonies at Siloam
The FFA officers for 1954 are:
president, Billy Weibleg vice-president,
Jerre Van Hooseg secretary, Maurice
Easterlingg treasurer, Harold Van Asche,
reporter, Alan Bailyg student advisor,
Eugene Patrickg sentinel, jim Dutton.
Dinner is served on the Sexon farm. Instructor and machinery agent discuss seeding.
A good deed Carolyn, girl of their dreams
Contribution to F.H.S. It's not all play
Ierry's Black Express Gaining experience
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ROW ONE: Marilyn Ambrose, Marilyn Beine, Marcelia Bent, Claudia Black,
Lucy Bowman, Shirley Burton, Barbara Byerley, Phyllis Campbell, Betty Capps.
ROW TWO: Marilyn Carney, Nancy Ann Cole, Jean Coston, Martha Couch,
Patty Crittenden, Barbara Crow, Nancy Crow, Carol Cullen. ROW THREE:
Katie Day, Louise Dilday, Ann Dudley, Barbara Duggar, Marianne Estes, Mary
Ellen Eubanks, Io Ann Fincher. ROW FOUR: Anna Gamble, Mary Io Goodman,
Martha Gould, Cleta Greenwood, Ann Hankins, Barbara Hannah. ROW FIVE:
Virginia Harvey, Laloyce Heflin, Marilyn Henson, Diane Hilton, Shelva
l-loldges, Claudine Huff.
OCTOBER , , , Christmas party with a visit from
Fall F ederatron Planning Meeting Santa
Fall Fashions discussed by Mary JANUARY
Ingalls I , Slides on Cuba shown by Judi McNeal
Carolyn Webster and Marilyn Berne on Federation Meeting
Federation program . FEBRUARY
NOVEMBER - FHA Week
fab Convocation and Tea for Mothers
Nancy Ann Cole selected to lead dis-
cussion group at the Spring Worksnop
State Convention with Carolyn Webster
FHA Spring Workshop at Russellville
with Nancy Arm Cole as leader of dis-
Leadership Training Conference at
QCD Besty jones featured on Mary In-
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Johnson, Ruth Jolly, Betsy Jones,
Neita Ann Kincaid, Jackie Main,
Judi McNeal, Layla Miller, Mari-
anne Miller. ROW TWO: Earline
Oliphant, Janice Palmer, Rosanne
Payton, Carolyn Peevy, Peggy
Peterson, Saundra Phillips, Flora
Radcliffe Jo eRouse ROW THREE:
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Jo Schultz, Gerry Schwanz, Mary
Ann Sharp, Martha Sue Short,
Karen Stenzel. ROW FOUR: Mar-
sha Strickland, RitaTimbrook, Jo
Ellyn Todd, Sara Trager, Janet
Treece, Donna Walker. ROW FIVE:
Phyllis Warford, Carolyn Webster,
Jo Ann Wester, Alice Ann Willis,
Mary Wright, Judy Zander.
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ROW ONE: Carolyn Andrews, Marilyn Andrews, Marilyn Beine, Nancy Bridenstine, Susan Brown, ROW TWO:
Barbara Byerly, Sybil Chaffin, Willa Charlton, secretaryg Mary Nell Clark, Carol Cole, Nancy Anne Cole, Iane
Collier, Carol Cullen, Katie Day. ROW THREE: Eleanor Ellis, sergeant at arms: Faith Ellis, vice -presidentg
Frances Ellis, Barbara Fincherg Jo Ann Fincher, treasurerg Anna Gamble, Sue Gearhart, Martha Gould, Rose
Peppy Peppers, the vivacious cheering section
led by six spirited cheerleaders had a wonderful and
successful year. The spaghetti and lemon pie was
better than ever, at the annual Peppers' Spaghetti
Supper, according to the Junior Times. Peppers'
attendance was grand at the games and enthusiasm
Honorary members of the Peppers, the cheer-
leaders have been essential as leaders of the Peppers,
and in maintaining the spirit of co -operation be-
tween students and team.
Started in 1947, the Peppers have been a leading
organization for the promotion of team and school
spirit. The sponsor of this year's Pep Squad was
Mrs. David McNair.
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Janice Hudgens, Dixie Jackson, Marilyn Johnson, Ruth Jolly. ROW TWO: Betsy Jones, Emily Jo Joyce, Julia
Landers, Beth Logan, Barbara Lunsford, Wilnita Mayes, Patty Pyeatt, presidentg Riley Renner, Judy Robertson.
ROW THREE: Janice Rogers, Joy Stewart, Sue Stonecipher, Janet Strickler, Ann Wages, Rebecca Wasson, Caro
lyn Webster, Sue Yoe.
Members of the flag team who carried the "Stars and Stripes!
and the Arkansas flag are: Carol Hinkle, Wilnita Mayes,
Janet Strickler, and Katie Day.
Six cheerleaders pictured below are: ROW ONE: Patty Pyeatt,
seniorg Jo Ann Wester, junior: Frances Ellis, seniorg Sharon
Higgins, junior. STANDING Are: Rebecca Wasson, juniorg
Marilyn Beine, senior.
STANDING: Kirby Estes, Margaret Ann Cates. Carolyn Webster, Don Froning, Marilyn Johnson, Anna Gamble,
Jane Collier, Rebecca Wasson, Ioy Stewart, Carolyn Andrews, Carol Turner. SEATED: Barbara Byerly, Barbara
Hannah, Bill Baerg, Bill Hall, Darlene Terry.
Marilyn Andrews, Sharron Higgins
I 1 , The Sophomore Guides are an
Sybil Chaffin, Emily Io Joyce, Terry Hunt. organization for the purpose of
helping new students to get acquaint
ed with Fayetteville High. A par-
ty for ninth students in the spring
before they enter high school and
a reception for their parents is
given by the Guides in order to ori-
entate them with the building and
schooliregulations . A special
convocation for sophomores is
given in the fall and guides are
provided for new students .
Officers for the year are Bill
Baerg, presidentg Bill Hall, vice-
presidentg Sharron Higgins, secre-
taryg and Emily Jo Joyce, treasur-
er. The sponsor for this year is
Miss Ruth Boggs ,
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ROW ONE: Dick Blake, Susan Brown, Lynn Campbell, Willa Charlton, Fred Elam. ROW TWO: Eleanor Ellis,
Pat Fleming, Sue Gearhart, Rose Marie Grigsby, Harlan Head, Carol Hinkle, Betsy Jones, Beth Logan, David
Newbern. ROW THREE: Ierry Patrick, Patty Pyeatt, Janis Rogers, Larry Scott, Jerry Stewart, Stuart Thomas, Ann
Wages, Juanita Webb, Edward Westmeyer.
Shutterbugs were provided with worth-
while subjects at the Officers Workshop
at Mt. Magazine last summer. This work- W
shop for officers of the different organi-
zations of FHS was sponsored by the NHS.
The main highlight of this year's work was
the opening of the Bookstore sponsored and
operated by the NHS. Shown at right in the
bookstore are NHS officers . From left to
rigth they are: Patty Pyeatt, historiang
Eleanor Ellis, secretaryg Harlan Head,
treasurerg Willa Charlton, presidentg and
Sue Gearhart, vice-president. At the be-
ginning of the fall semester 17 new mem-
bers were initiated into the National Hon-
or Society. To belong to NHS is one of the
greatest honors a Fayetteville High Student
may receive. Officers Posed in Bookstore
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Gaylyn Hall, Carol Hinkle, John Lussky. ROW TWO: Leon McC1eland,
Marianne Miller, Jerry Patrick, Patty Pyeatt, Tommy Sager, Bobby Stewart
ROW THREE: Donna Stratton, Norman Stuckey, Lynn Wade, Juanita Webb,
Preston Woodruff, Sue Yoe.
Students of the American Government Class, cooperating
with Columbia University's Citizenship Education Project,
have taken part in many civic activities this year. Class
discussions, school surveys, community surveys, a convoca-
tion emphasising citizenship, and participation in Chamber
of Commerce programs were integral parts of this year's
Funds for this year's practices were raised by the annual
Sock Hop. The class ran Bobby Stewart as their independent
candidate for Sock Hop Kng. Music was furnished by the
"Dixie Land Rebles",
Lynn Wade was President and Carol Hinkle was Secretary.
Citizenship Convocation Chamber of Commerce Programs
Seated on top of car: Donald Pitts, Darrell
Thomas, Lawrence Roberts, Bernie Reinold,
Norman Gabbard. Seated below: Ralph Hayes,
Arthur Adams, Cecil Pollock, Edwin Austin,
Garland Morrison, Bobby Mitchell.
At the left, Mr. George Freeze, instructor,
gives Bobby Mitchell and Arthur Adams some
advice on a brake job. Looks like dirty work.
The man in the iron mask at the right is Gar-
land Morrison, so they say, welding an axle
in place .
That V-8 Engine should really make the Stude-
baker go. The mechanic in white HJ is Nor-
On the left, Garland fiddles around with the
innards of an engine . Looking for nuts, maybe.
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ROW ONE: Bill Adair, Barbara Barrett, Barbara Boston, Lynn
Campbell, Nancy Ann Cole, Mickey Crigger, George Davis,
Eleanor Ellis, ROW TWO: Pat Fleming, Susie Fleming, Don I
Froning, Nancy Garrison, Barbara Hannah, Jimmy Hatfield,
Harlan Head, Tommy Hitt. ROW THREE: Betsy Jones, John
Lewis, Barbara Lunsford, Patty Pyeatt, Trudi Shoemaker.
ROW FOUR: John Steele, Jerry Stewart, Lynn Wade, Rebecca
Wasson, Lois Ellen White, Preston Woodruff.
Junior High receives jackets
Color and zest were ad-
ded to FHS by 26 hardwork-
ing 26 Club members under
the sponsorship of Miss Ruth
Boggs . The club sponsored
Colors Day, Homecoming,
and the athletic banquets .
Also, season tickets were
sold by the members of the
An interesting project
of the 26 Club this year was
the presentation of 6 cheer
leader jackets to the junior
A much anticipated event
is the 26 Club picnic held each
fall, when the famous Boggs
cookies and candies are ser-
Enjoying annual picnic
Officers decorate door
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The Poster Committee was organized for
the purpose of making posters for any activities
The membership was limited to twenty this
year. Members were: Barbara Boston, Co
Etta Byrd, Carol Cole, Mickey Crigger, Louise
Dilday, Faith Ellis, Kirby Estes, Mary Eubanks,
Mebane Harrison, Nola Huckelbury, Marilyn
Johnson, Marion Jones, Judy Lathrop, John Lewis,
Kay Meinert, Meribeth Miller, Peggy Peterson,
Joy Rouse, Jerry Stewart, and Martha Sue Short.
Officers were: Mickey Crigger, presidentg
Nola Hucklebury, secretary -treasurerg and Louise
Dilday, Student Council representative.
Although there were many activities in-
cluded during the year for the Science Club,
their main project was constructing a telescope.
Two members of the class, Richard Amold
and Edward Westmeyer had individual projects.
Richard's was an electric organ and Edward made
On the job at convocations, ball games,
and many other school events were the boys who
operated the Public Address system.
Pictured at left are three of the boys. Left
to Right: Bobby Seay, Richard Arnold, and
Edward Westmeyer. Another member of the P.
A. System who was not present for the picture
was Pat Barron.
The public address system is sponsored by
a robot, who, was known all over FHS as Oscar.
Richard Arnold won honorable mention in
the Westinghouse Science Talent search for his
composition on science.
Another important activity for the Science
Club was the Junior Academy of Science which
was held April 22. Seven club members at-
ROW ONE: Richard Arnold, John Barnett, Lloyd Barnhart.
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t Xr, , - P ls Neil Ingles. ROW THREE: John Lussky, David Mulkey, Bobby
1, A Seay, Edward Westmeyer, Woody Whitchurch, David Wilson,
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Bill Cain, Nancy Crow,
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Bob Dozier, Roberta Drake, Jerry Groves, Don Hahn, Fred Johnson, Harold McDonald. ROW THREE: Janis Rogers
Jerry Shaffer, Bonita Shoffit, Iris Taylor, Ann Wages,
Ann makes a sale.
Billy Wilcox, C.A. Wynn.
Diversified Occupations is a course
offered for the purpose of giving job ex-
perience to students while they are still in
high school. A student must be at least 16
years of age to meet the requirements of
the labor laws .
In this course, the student goes to
school one-half day and works in one of the
business establishments of Fayetteville the
other half. One period of the mornings
school work is devoted to a class for study
of technical information directly related
to particular jobs .
lt is a two year course, enabling the
student to get at least 2000 hours of actual
job training while he is still in high school.
Future Tradesmen Officers: Vice-president, Bi
Caing President, Richard Burascog Treasurer, Iris
Taylor: Secretary, Janis Rogers, and Instructor,
Mr. William Duncan.
Informal class discussion
The class makes use of the stock materi-
al while Janis Rogers, who is employed jg M
as a secretary, works on her reference
material for secretarial work. 1 1
On Business-Education Day, the class
held a discussion with Mr. Clint Wal-
den, on how to close a sale.
The group of DO students seated are
completing their stock work. Ann Wages
is asking advice from Mr. Duncan con-
cerning reference material.
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Harold McDonald is caught at work at
the Fayetteville Sheet Metal Company,
operating one of the many machines.
TOP ROW. Orval Lane, Charles King, and Jimmy
Watson. SECOND ROW: Marvin Bailey, Claude
Lower, Robert Coward, Freddie Elam, Richard Wat-
son, Bobby Fritz, joe Salsbury, and seated Kenny
Charles King ripping a board as Huck and Mr.
Duncan observe .
4 I Woodworking is a trade course for boys
who are interested in carpentry as a trade. A
two year course, the class meets three con-
secutive hours a day in the high school shop.
In class the boys receive basic trade in-
structions which shorten the apprenticeship
period. Such things as safety practices, sel-
ection of proper tools and their care, basic
fundamentals, and actual construction of pro-
jects take place during this laboratory period.
To take this course, a boy must be six-
teen years of age and should be considering
carpentry as a trade upon graduation from
Head Fixit Man Heavy Watson assisted by Ken Bogan.
King of the grinder Elam planning the cost of the Dramatics Class Salsbury rips a board for his project. How's
lathe . stairway. he doin' Robert?
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ROW ONE: Marcelia Bent, Lucy Bowman, Mary Jo Bragg, Barbara Byerly, Co Etta Byrd, Margaret Cates.
ROW TWO: Carol Cole, Nancy Ann Cole, Nancy Lee Cole, Patty Crittendon, Betty Ami Delzell, Faith
Ellis, Barbara Fincher, Nancy Garrison, Sue Gearhart. ROW THREE: Mary Jo Goodman, Linda Gregory,
Harlan Head, Sharolyn Holtzendorff, Nancy Howard, Dixie Jackson, Beth Logan, Jackie Main, David
Newbern, ROW FOUR: Rosanne Payton, Leona Rousselot, Jo Ann Schneider, Sue Stonecipher, Donna
Stratton, Carol Turner, Juanita Webb, Carolyn Webster, Mary Wright.
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ROW ONE: Earlene Baker, Mary Jo Bragg, Mary Cannon, Marilyn Carney, Delona Carter. ROW TWO:
Betty Ann Delzell, Kirby Estes, Mary Ann Estes, Mary Eubanks, Dulcie Evans, Tomi Feathers, Rose
Marie Grigsby. ROW THREE: Marian Jones, Dale Kratz, B. L. Lewis, Vera Sue Martin, Paula Morris,
Earline Oliphant, Rosanne Payton. ROW FOUR: Sue Stogner, Carol Turner, Phyllis Warford, Juanita
Webb, Carolyn Webster, Lois Ellen White, Carolyn Yates.
COl'lCeSSi0l1 w0l'kel'S Pictured above at left are concession workers getting ready before the game
and at right a refreshment break for other workers. Concession workers are in charge of the sale of refreshments at
football and basketball games
Projection Committee is in charge of the showing
of movies for class studies. Pictured are: Jim
Terhune, Maurice Easterling, Charles Langhan,
Ernest Borden, Orvis Creel, and Jerry Van l-loose,
Not pictured: Herbert Weldon, Lonnie Rader,
and Don Stubblefield.
Several members of tne Concession
Committee, which takes care of
the finances of the organized groups
in school, are: Seated: Patty Pyeatt
Willa Charlton, Juanita Webb, and
Maurice Easterling. Standing:
Jerry Stewart, Preston Woodruff, and
Jerry Patrick, Absent from the pic-
ture: Leon McClelland, Betsy Jones,
Carolyn Webster, Paul Martin, and
Rebecca Wasson collects at- Typlhg Typing service members gave aid to many students and
tendance reports. teachers. Mrs Grace Lawson was sponsor Pictured above are Row by
window: Martha Gould Rose Marie Grigsby James Teas and Marilyn
Henson. Middle row Dulcra Evans Barbara Byerly Beth Logan and Jo
Ann Wester First Row B111 Bowman Margaret Thurman Wanda Moody
and Lola Taylor
Secreta ry Club one ofthe
new groups was an organization of secretaries
representing different groups. Sponsored by
Miss Ruth Boggs there was a luncheon meet-
ing once a month. At right is a scene from
one meeting. Standing: Willa Charlton,
Jerry Stewart, Eleanor Ellis, Miss Boggs,
Carol Hinkle, Maurice Easterling, Sue Gear-
hart, Barbara Lunsford, and Jo Ann Fincher.
Seated are: Nancy Garrison, Betty Ann Del-
ze11, and Mary Ann Sharp. Absent from
the picture: Susan Brown.
Sponsored by Mrs. Richard Peters, the Cour-
tesy Committee membership was as follows:
Donna Van Hoose, George Lewis, Karen Sten-
zel, Herbert Radcliffe, Elwood Whitechurch,
Mary Johnson, Marilyn Beine, George Davis,
Bill Cain, Warren Stubblefield, Verba Gibbs,
Margaret Ann Cates, Richard Watson, Billy
Whitfield, Saundra Phillips, Susan Brown,
Stewart Scholl, Lloyd Barnhart, Julia Landers,
Bill Baerg, Donna Fincher. Tom McClelland,
Mary Wright, Freddie Elam, Betsy Iones,
Carol Cullen, Jerry Patrick,
Jerry Bailey, Barbara Boston, Jo
Ann Wester, Frank Sharp. Jim
Terhune, and Phyllis Camp-
Llbfd fy Junior library assistants help with the general routine of library service. Senior assistants
help with more complicated processes a-nd details of library service. Pictured seated above at left are assist-
ants: Marianne Estes, Phyllis Warford, Rose Marie Grigsby, Jean Etta Cox, Juanita Webb, Roseanne Payton,
and Mary Eubanks. Standing are: Carolyn Webster, Carol Turner, Carolyn Yates, Betty Ann Delzell, Dee
Poole, Lois Ellen White, Mary Cannon, and Kirby Estes. Pictured at right above: Marianne Estes, Betty Ann
Delzell, Mary Io Bragg, Rosanne Patyon, and Marilyn Carney. Those not pictured are: Earlene Baker, 'De-
lona Carter, Sybil Chaffin, Dulcia Evans, Tomi Feathers. Marlon Jones, Dale Kratz, Joyce Luper, Vera Sue
Martin, Paula Morris, Sue Stogner, and Nancy Garrison.
Mrs. Gage, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Gillon, and
Mrs. Logue decorate the Christmas tree for the
Cafeteria Aides party.
At top left cafeteria student assistants serve civic leaders at a luncheon on Education Business Day. Student
assistants pictured are: Nina Faye West, Dixie Mills, Rosalea Renshaw, Marilyn Shipley, Velda Cates, and Betty
Tuck. Assistants not pictured are: Io Ann Lierly, Charles Dailey, Clyde Lower, Claude Lower, Harold Van Asche
Billy Weible, and Iim Lierly.
Office workers help count lunch money deliver pass slips and hunt for missing
persons in school. At the right, Marilyn Johnson and Janice Hudgens count lunch money
Above seated: Rebecca
Wasson, Jeanne French,
Faith Ellis. Standing: La-
Ioyce Heflin, Ioy Stewart,
Jim Terhune, Paula Moore,
Preston Woodruff, Anna
Gamble, Io Ann Wester.
Not shown: Doug Douglas,
At right, office workers
enjoy a Christmas Party.
Members of the safety traffic
patrol have charge of traffic at school and hel at
football games, and during special activities. Mem-
bers pictured standing are: Leon McClelland, Arthur
Adams, David Rose, Robert Coward, and Herman
Ledford. Seated are: Billy Joe Cates, Robert Thoma
Iohn Lussky, Edward Westmeyer, and Stuart Thomas.
Those not pictured are: Dick Blake and Albert Davis,
Mrs . Madge Hudgens serves
0 the entire school system as
The Presidents organization met once a month with Mr. Cecil Myers as a sponsor.
Members of the club pictured are: jerry Patrick, Jerry Stewart. Mr. Cecil Myers, sponsor, Leon McClelland,
Patty Pyeatt, Miss Boggs, Juanita Webb, Willa Charlton, and Betsy jones .
Iln the Presidents Club not pictured are: Rose Marie Grigsby, Preston Woodruff, Billy Weible, and Nancye
A group of students who helped in teacher service pictured at left above are: Bob
Stewart, Eleanor Ellis, Betsy jones, Beth Logan, Patty Pyeatt, Martha Gould, Carol Cole, Barbara Byerly, and
David Stockford. Among aids not pictured are: Susan Brown, jon Barnett, Marcelia Bent, Barbara Boston,
Nancy Bridenstine, Peggy Cantrell, Betty Capps, Albert Davis, Katie Day, Pat Fleming, Linda Gregory, Mari-
an Jones, Wilnita Mayes, Meribeth Miller, Earlene Oliphant, Patty Perrin, jim Sandlin, Gerry Schwanz,
Marilyn Shipley, Benny Shreve, and Don Stone .
Pictured at right above are: Margaret Ann Cates, Rebecca Wasson, and Mary Sue Stonecipher in the Stu-
dent Council Room. Pictured at left below are mimeograph aids Lola Taylor, Rose Marie Grigsby, and Beth
Logan viewing their work. Pictured at rigrit below are several students interviewing a speaker on Career's
Day: Leon McClelland, Dick Blake, Neil Ingles, a visitor, Albert Davis, Elwood Whitechurch, Lonnie Rader,
Freddie Elam, and Jimmy Gibson. Career's Day was sponsored by the Future Teacher's of America.
-w gLw A
Peggy McCormick attends
3A English and American His-
tory classes by way of an
Above right, her teacher, Mrs.
Helfin, asks Peggy a question, '
and to the right, the class lis-
tens to her answer.
Some extra Sophomore Guides are: Bob FRONT ROW, below: Nikki Petter. Don Stubblefield, Jackie Budd,
Cooper, David Mulkey, Frank Sharp, Gerald Peeples. BACK ROW: Martin Arpin, Ralph Wedington, and
and David Stockford. Hugh Wilson.
Betty Ann Delzell
Emily Jo Joyce
Ellwood Vt hitchurch
Jo Ann Wester
Eleanor Ellis, Marcia Willetts, Co-Editors, Susan Brown, Business Manager.
JUNIOR TIMES Staff
Bill Cain, Sue Gearhart, Editors.
Officers of the Student Council
Jerry Stewart, President
Marilyn Andrews, Vice-President
Sue Gearhart, Secretary
Eleanor Ellis, Barbara Hannah, Preston Woodruff
Don Froning, Treasurer
Plat Fleming, Reporter
Officers of Peppers
Joann Fincher, Treasurer
Eleanor Ellis, Sregeant
Patty Pyeatt, President
Willa Charlton, Secretary
Peppers-Katie Day, Sue Gearhart, La Joyce Heflin, Jo Ann Wester
Checrleadersea-Marilyn Beine, Patty Pyeatt
Student Librarians! -Mary Jo Bragg, Mary Cannon, Betty Ann Delzell, Rose
Marie Grigsby, Lois Ellen White
Citizenship Education Project Officers
Lynn Wade, President Carol Hinkle, Secretary
Patty Pyeatt, Special Service Award
Office MonitorsfAnna Gamble. La Joyce Hi-flin, Janice Hudgens, Marilyn
Johnson, Paula Moore, Jim Terhune, Rebecca Wasson, Preston Woodruff
Traffic Squadf-Ronnie Berry, Robert Coward, Albert Davis, John Lussky, Leon
McCleland, David Rose, Robert Thomas. Stuart Thomas, Edward West-
Studritlriilcfiithlctic Managers- Kenneth Began, Don Froning, David Mulkey
Intramural Assistantsf Nancy Ann Cole, Bob Cooper, Judy Robertson
Student Assistants in Physical Education -Katie Day. Pat Fleming, Wilnita
Mayes, Wesley Morris, Jim Sandlin, Benny Shreve. Lynn Wade
Student Assistants in Home EconomicsffI.ucy Bowman, Betsy Jones
Cafeteria Service- fClaud Lower, Nina Faye West
Typing Service--Beth Logan
Teacher Service- Eleanor Ellis, Bi-th Logan
Future Teachers Service fCarol Cole. Juanita Webb
Band LibrariansffBarbara Barrett. Joyce Giirdenhire
Chorus Assistant ffSusan Brown
Student Accompanists-Emily Jo Joyce, Sue Stoneflphw
Projection Servicef'Richard Arnold, Edward Westms-yer
Public Address Servicef --Richard Arnold. Edward Wi-stint-yer
Recorder Service--Richard Arnold, Maurice Easterling, Edward Westmeyer
Student Photographer fllarlan Head
Poster Service'-fNola Hucklebury
ufecfnenfay, afprif 13, 1955
Amparito Roca . . . . . . ..., V .l3lm'J Texidol'
Overture: Das Pensionat ...............,.. Suppe
Fayetteville High School Band, Mr. R. W. Willis, Director
Adoramus Te Christe ..,............. , Palestrina
Beauty Is Born with the Coming of Dawn ...., ...,. B lakeslce
Fayetteville High School Girls' Chorus, Mrs. Richard Peters, Director
The Purpose of Honors Day .... . ...... . Willa Charll0I1
Address , . .
Presentation of Awards
Barbara De Marco
Sally Ann Rose
Alice Ann Willis
Mary Jo Goodm
Mr. james E. Stice
. Superintendent Wayne H. White
- Carol Hinkle
Listed in descending rank
. Tie .
Rosa Lee Rcnshaw
Lois Ellen White
Rose Marie Gri :by
Stewart Scholl Tie
. . Junior
Janis Rogers '
Sally Ann Rose
Jo Ann Schneider
Robbie Jo Woods
arlmen tal alwarzfs
Music and Band
Rose Marie Grigsby
Betty Ann Delzell
Barbara De Marco
Nancy Ann Cole
Bill Adair C 2 semesters, Barbara Hannah C 6 semesters,
Richard Arnold C10 semesters, Sharron Higgins C 4scmesters,
Bill Baerg C 4 semesters, Dixie Jackson C 6 semesters,
Marcelia Bent C 6st-mesters, Emily Jo Joyce C Ssemesters,
Vonda Bindley C 8 semesters, Edwina Parks C 2 semesters,
Ernest Borden C 4 semesters, Patty Pyeatt C10 semesters,
Willa Charlton C Ssemcsters, Janis Rogers C Bscmesters,
Patty Crittenden C 6 semesters, Sally Ann Rose C 4 semesters,
Betty Ann Delzell C Gsemcstcrs, Alice Sanford C Bsemesters,
Barbara De Marco C 4 semesters, Stuart Thomas C 6 semesters,
Eleanor Ellis CIO semesters, Rita Timbrook C 4 semesters,
Joyce Gardenhire C 2 semesters, Jo Ann Wester C 6 semesters,
Sue Gearhart C10 semseters, Ellwood Whitchurch C 2 semesters,
Linda Gregory C 6 semesters, Alice Ann Willis C 4 semesters,
Rose Marie Grigsby C 8 semesters, Margaret Young C 4 semesters,
Bill .Adair C 4 semesters, Lloyd Barnhart C 8 semesters,
Martha Alexander C 4 semesters, Phyllis Campbell C 2 semesters,
Richard Arnold C Gsemcsters, Willa Charlton C Gsemesters,
Bill Baerg C Gsemestersj Jodie Crumpler C 2 semesters,
Albert Davis C 4semesters, Jean Stanberry C 2 semesters,
Barbara De Marco C 4semesters, Jim Tcrhune C 2semesters,
Harlan Head C 8 semesters, Stuart Thomas C 8 semesters,
Terry Hunt C 6 semesters, Rita Timbrook C 4 semesters,
Vida Mae Liles C 2 semesters, Ellwood Whitchurch C 4semesters,
Peggy Peterson C 4semesters, Alice Ann Willis C 4semcsters,
Sally Ann Rose C 4semesters, Chris Wray C Gsemesters,
Trudy Shoemaker C 4 semesters,
Social Science -
Bill Adair .4 A4fC?2 semesters, Martha Gould C 2 semesters,
Carolyn Anws 33" C 2 semesters, Linda Gregory C 2 semesters,
Marilyn An s C 4 semesters, Barbara Hannah C 4 semesters,
Bill Baerg C 4semesters, Amanda Hilton C 4semesters,
Jon Barnette C 4 semesters, Terry Hunt C 2 semesters,
Barbara Barrett C 4semesters, Dixie Jackson C 2 semesters,
Richard Benson C 2 semesters, Buddy Kehn C 2 semesters,
Marcelia Bent C 2 semesters, June King C 2 semesters,
Vonda Bindley C 4 semesters, Barbara Lunsford C 2 semesters,
Barbara Byerly C 4 semesters, Edwina Parks C 2 semesters,
Sybil Chaffin C 2 semesters, Patty Pyeatt C Gsemesters,
Willa Qharlton C 4 semesters, Gary Roderick C 2 semesters,
Betty 'Ann Delzell C 2 semesters, Carole Turner C 2 semesters,-
Roger Dennett C 6 semesters, Jo Ann Wester C 2 semesters,
Eleanor Ellis C 4 semesters, Chris Wray C 4 semesters,
Anna Gamble C 2 semesters, Mary Wright C 2 semesters,
Robert Good C 6 semesters,
Betty Ann Delzell
Barbara De Marco
Sally Ann Rose
Vida Mae Liles
State Band Festival l954fFirst Places: Barbara Barrett, David Newbern
Bi-State Music Festivalffliirst Places: Barbara Barrett C2,,
Robert Good, Dixie Jackson, Emily Jo Joyce, Alice Sanford
All-State BandfBarbara Barrett, Dick Blake, Robert Good,
ris, David Newbern, Alicc Ann Willis
District Band Festivalvliirst Places: Barbara Barrett, Joyce Gardenhire,
Robert Good, Kay Meinert, David Newbern, Joye Rouse
Supervised Farming AwardsffAllen Bailey, Maurice Easterling, Robert
Seay, Jerre Van Hoose
FFA Public Speaking Contest---Robert Seay
TRADES AND INDUSTRIES SPECIAL ACI-IIEVEMENT AWARDS
Auto Mechanics-Edwin Austin
Quill and Scroll-'SUS311 Brown, Bill Cain, Eleanor Ellis, Su
Betsy Jones, Patty Pyeaft, Marcia Willetts, Preston Woodruff
Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow-Betsy Jones
AMERICAN LEGION ORATORICAL CONTEST--Chris
D. A. R. GOOD CITIZEN -frf Patty Pyeatt
D. A. R. HISTORY MEDAL Dlxli' .l3CkS0rl
WILLIE MARGARET RAMEY LIBRARY AWARD .luaniifl Wcbb
COMMERCIAL LAUREL AWARD .laflis ROSCYS
LAMBDA TAU LITERARY AWARD Kirby Estes George Baranowsky
NAOMI WILLIAMS LATIN AWARD Barbara De Marco
DANFORTH AWARDS Patty Pyeatt Prt-stoigtwovgdlrgfl
BAUSCH AND LOMB scissor AWARD u2Q,d ,fgjd
STUDENT COUNCIL PARTICIPATION AM RD'H0me
AMETHYST SERVICE AWARD R0bSrt Coward Presto
RANDALL OSBURN AWARD Lym, c,,npbl,u
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Jean Etta Cox
Betty Ann Dclzell
I semester ,
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Vocational Agriculture and Trades and
Edwin Austin C 4semesters,
Allen Bailey C 2 semesters,
Garland Morrison C 2 semesters,
Emily Jo Joyce
Alice Ann Willis
Sally Ann Rose
Sally Ann Rose
Jo Ann Wester
Alice Ann Willis
Alice Ann Willis
Jerre Van Hoose
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Will You Remember?
the times you waited for your homeroom teacher to unlock
the door: when you enrolledg the snow that let us miss two days at school? . . . the people who
helped keep our building clean: when you got measured for class ringsg when Santa visited our
Christmas partyg and when our faithful photographer changed the juke box every noon? . . .
intramuralsg the habitual trip to your locker each morningg the bulldog we never gotg and the money
grab? . . . the teachers, reading the bulletin and eating at noon: and Mrs. Bell explaining to Mr.
Myint whatugetting a word in edgewise" means?
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Will You Remember?
spent cramming for finals? . . . the time you heard your voice talk back to youg those awful testsg
and, of course, the puppy that kept Edwin and Mr. Ledford busy again and again? . . . the hundreds
CPD of themes you gaveg the times you led classg Warren and his electric guitarg when your room
won the bulldogg and Mr. White as he looked on the Fair Tour? . . . the Colors Day door-decora-
tion contestg and the times you voted for your favorite candidates.
And so we leave our Fayetteville High as we press on to new horizons.
the fun you had with some of your teachersg the hours you
The yearbook staff leaves with you, in words and pictures,
3 few memflfies Of Amethyst staff: Juanita Webb,
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Ellis, ,Dale Kratz, Paula ,Morris,
Allan Guinn, Sue Gearhart, Carol
Hinkle, Nancye Holstong Marcia
Willetts and Eleanor Ellis, co-
editors-, Susan Brown, business
manager, Mrs. Herman Eason,
instructor. Workers other than
the regular staff were Harlan Head
Mickey Crigger, Alice Ann Willis,
Donna Stratton, Robert Good, John
Lussky, and George Davis .
Marcia Willets and Eleanor Ellis,
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