Fayetteville High School - Amethyst Yearbook (Fayetteville, AR)
- Class of 1956
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MR. W AYNE WHITE
During the past three years,
Mr. Wayne White, as superinten-
dent of Fayetteville Schools, has
won the respect and admiration of
high school teachers and students
as well as that of citizens of the '
community. His wholesome sense
of humor, and his fairness are
qualities that identify him as a
person whom we are proud to have
as superintendent of our schools.
Mrs. Bunn Bell
"Let's ask Mrs. Bell" is the solu-
tion to many of the problems which
confront FHS students during the school
year. At some time or another nearly
all of the students have relied on her
good judgement, integrity, and under-
standing. She will be loved and re
vered by all who have known her as
teacher and principal.
"Oh, woe is them: their work
is never done. "
"Shhh, here comes Mrs. Dixon. "
'Was it 1835, 1836, or 1837 ?" "Debating is better than diagraming. "
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"Oh, the headaches of those headlines and deadlines. "
'Will we ever be architects?"
Do you think antiquated would be a good word?"
i "Let's go, boys, but watch that line. "
Now is the time for all good men . . . "
BE NNY A. WINBORN
MRS. G. C. ELLIS
MRS. FERIBA MCNAIR
MRS. ALMA KITCHENS and MRS. GRACE LAWSON
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MRS. CHESTER DIXON
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MRS. GLADYS EASON
MRS. MARY HEFLIN
MISS BERNICE KARNES MRS. FRANCES GILLILAND
School Board members are Hal
Douglas, secretaryg Ray Adams,
presidentg Henry Shreve, Haskell
Utley, and Bill Morton. Pictured
below is Clark McC1inton, vice
MISS MILDRED BAILEY MRS ROSE MARIE HARRISON
School secretary Qfirst semesterj School secretary Qsecond semesterj
Senior class officers are
Marilyn Andrews, secretaryg
Charles Hughes, presidentg Boyce
Davis, reporterg Carolyn Peevy,
treasurer, and Carolyn Andrews,
Junior class officers are Jean
Stanberry, secretaryg Jim Bob
Wheeler, president: Mary Ann
Sharp. treasurer, and Bill
Whitfield, vice president.
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Yes, high school was a bad time and
a good time . . .a time for heartaches, and
a time for joy. . .a time for exploring and
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When their junior year in FHS came
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were half way through their final years
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Emily Jo Joyce
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bustle of high school, and had assumed
and carried out their responsibilities .
They were also setting a pattern for
unde rclassmen .
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Seniors . . .
At Last We
At last they have reached their
final year. They hold the proud
title of dignified seniors but can
always look back on the past years
with a feeling of everlasting re-
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spect and happy remembrances.
This concludes the closing chap-
ter in the '56 seniors high school
career. This is part of The Big
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The Juniors of 1956 are in the midst of one of the
most wonderful times of their lives . They have set-
tled down and resumed their responsibilities of at-
taining an education. They have fulfilled the recom-
mendations in carrying out the success of Fayette-
ville High School. With the aid of their underclass-
men, they will continue to do so until they have
reached the end of their senior year.
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TOP ROW: Bill Adair, Martha Alexander, Marilyn Ambrose, Allen Bailey, Richard Baird, Earlene Baker, Richard
Benson. FOURTH ROW: Carolyn Bird, Janice Black, Mary M. Blackburn, Ernest Borden, Norman Boles, Barbara
Boston, Rosa Lee Bowlin. THIRD ROW: Denis Boyer, Shirley Burton, Jack Budd, Neil Calico, Lynda Campbell,
Phyllis Campbell, Peggy Cantrell. SECOND ROW: Betty Capps, Donna Carter, Nancy Cates, Priscilla Conrad,
Esse Cornett, Emma Jean Coston, Billy Cotton. BOTTOM ROW: Martha Couch, Jean Etta Cox, Joe B. Crumpler,
Shirley Curry, Hardy Daniel, Gary Decker, Barbara De Marco.
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TOP ROW: Louise Dilday, Ann Dudley, Barbara Duggar, Donald Dunn. BOTTOM ROW: Shirley Dutton, Maurice
Easterling, Paul Edwards, Gladys Erwin, Marianne Estes, Mary E. Eubanks, Susie Fleming.
OURTH ROW: Ann Hankins, Mebane Harrison, Jim Hatfield, Dick Haughey, Sue Hayes, Jeanette
Hoskins. THIRD ROW: Nola Huckelbury, Regina Hudson, Dan Hudspeth, Mary Johnson, Bertha
TOP ROW: Donna Flowers, Joyce Gardenhire, Jana Fae Glenn, Mary Jane Good, Cleta Greenwood, Lidia Grude
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Jones, Marilyn Jones. SECOND ROW: Nettie Jean Jones, Ronnie Jones, Clyde Jordan, Calvin Joy
ehn, Neita Kincaid, Clara Knight. BOTTOM ROW: Elnora Lackey, Roberta Lackey, Dean Lacy,
ary Lane, Charles Langham, Charles Ledbetter.
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TOP ROW: B. L. Lewis, John Lewis, Jim Lierly, Vida Mae Liles, Johnny Mahan, Donald Mason, Bill McDonald.
SECOND ROW: Don McGaugh, Judi McNeal, Hayden Mcllroy, Layla Miller, Kenneth Morgan, Earline Oliphant,
Janice Palmer. BOTTOM ROW: Edwina Parks, Eugene Patrick, Rosanne Payton, Howard Pennel, Patty Perrin,
Peterson, Louise Phillips.
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TOP ROW: Sandra Phillips, Pansy Pierce, Tom Pilkington, Dee Poole, Patsy Poore, Flora Radcliffe, Herbert
Radcliffe. BOTTOM ROW: Lonnie Rader, Freddy Ritchie, Gary Roderick, David Rose, Sally Ann Rose, Joye
Rouse, Mary Io Schultz.
TOP ROW. Jimmy Sexon, Mary Ann Sharp Tommy Slusher, Virginia Smith, Jean Stanberry, Karen Stenzel,
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Barbara Stephens. BOTTOM ROW: Marsha, Strickland, Donald Stubblefield, Ronnie Swan, Jim Terhune, Rob-
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TOP ROW: Jo Ellen Todd, Sara Trager, Harold Van Asche, Herbert Wages, Donna Walker, Celia Walton, Freddie
Warford, SECOND ROW: Phyllis Warford, Bob Warren, Ralph Weddington, Herbert Weldon, Jim Bob Wheeler,
Elwood Whitchurch, Bill Whitfield. BOTTOM ROW: Joyce Wilkins, Bobby Williams, Alice Ann Willis, Judy Yoes
Paul Young, Judie Zander.
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TOP ROW: Edward Adams, janet Adams, Nancy Allen. SECOND ROW: Iohn Anderson, Virginia Austin, Joe
Tom Backus, Mary Baggett. BOTTOM ROW: John Bailey, Martha Baker, Naomi Baker, Fern Ball.
TOP ROW: Bill Ballard, Lynne Barnette, Nancy Bamhill, Ierry Beard, Alan Beauchamp, Glenda Beavers, Gary
Belote. THIRD ROW: Paul Berry, Joe Bissett, Loretta Blackburn, Anita Blackman, Larry Blevins, Larry Bogan,
Carolyn Bohannon. SECOND ROW: James Bohannon, Karen Bond, Peggy Jo Bowling, Stanley Boyd, Betty
Brooks, Clint Brooks, Guy E. Brown. BOTTOM ROW: James Burnett, Charlotte Cate, Charles Centers, Robert
Chambers, Carolyn Christie, Kathleen Coddington, Mary Connell.
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TOP ROW: Pauline Conley, Gail Cooper, Margaret Cotton, Jimmy Couch, Larry Couch. SECOND ROW: Pat
Crallwy, Sara Cullen, Roger Curtis, Emily Davis, Owanda Davis, Clinton Dearing, Peggy Dennis. BOTTOM ROW
Don Deweese, Jerry Dowell. Sandra Dozier, Scotty Dozier, Eugene Dressendorfer, Evelyn Duggar, Don Dunaway.
TOP ROW: Sue Dunlavy, Sonya Elam, Pat Eldridge, Hoover Evans, James Ezell, Nancy Farmer, Mildred Fields.
FOURTH ROW: Juanita Fitzgerald, Bob Fleming, Jimmy Fletcher, Susan Fletcher, James Forbes, Terry Foringer,
Barbara Foshe. THIRD ROW: Donna Fritz, James Funkhouse, Carolyn Gabbard, Donald Gleason, Helen Graham,
Patty Gray, Walter Gean Gray. BOTTOM ROW: Judith Gregory, Charles Guise, Margy Gundlach, Kirk Hale,
Jerry Hall, Donna Hammond, Vivian Hankins.
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Hoffman. SECOND ROW: Joe Hogan, Bobby Hudgens, Dean Hutchinson, Rosa Lee Ivy, Bobbie Jackson, Dewey
Jackson, Pete Jenkins. BOTTOM ROW: Herman Jones, Anna Sue Keen, Becky Kincaid, Patsy Laney, Julia Layer,
Marion Leonard, Carolyn Lewis.
TOP ROW: James Lower, Glen Ludwick, Bob McBride, George McConnell, Martha McKinney, Joseph Manuel,
Alice Meredith. THIRD ROW: Jenny Mitchell, Merleen Mitchell, Jeannie Morse, Jimmy Mosteller, Rose-
mary Mueller, Ernest O'Hara, Brenda Oliphant. SECOND ROW: Patsy Osburn, Jerry Oxford, Wayne Parrish,
Kaye Patton, Kirby Penick, Julie Perry, William Perry. BOTTOM ROW: Larry Phillips, Marion Phillips, J. R.
Pitts, Mary Pollock, Pat Prince, Marsha Ragsdale, Don Reed.
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Shreve. SECOND ROW- David Sisemore, David Slade Bernell Smith, Randall Smith Sarah Smith, Joan
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Southern, Patsy Spillers.. BOTTOM ROW: Jerry Stamps, John Stamps, Bill Stewart, Donnie Stewart, Judy Stock-
burger, Dawn Stowe, Meredith Stubblefield.
TOP ROW: Geraldine Taylor, Mary Teas, Donald Terry, Bonnie Tisdale, Yvonne Tisdale, Barbara Trager, Ellis
Trumbo. THIRD ROW: Denny Tune, Tom Utley, Rosalie Van Asche, Scott Van Hoose, Everett Vaughn, Char-
lotte Waggoner, David Wagnon. SECOND ROW: Bryan Walker, Barbara Watkins, Eva Watkins, Dona Watkins,
Laura Watkins, Russell Weston, Jane Whitting. BOTTOM ROW: John Wilcox, Philip Weston, Kaycille Woodruff,
Ronnie Woodruff, Opal Wynn.
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Bulldags Win, Lose, Then Win Again
The 1955 gridiron season was a successful one, record-wise. The Bulldogs failed to
win any championships, but their 5-3 slate provided an exciting brand of football. Coach
Vandergriff undoubtedly had his anxious moments .
Siloam Springs caused all sorts of difficulty before
the Dogs recovered in the second half to cap
ture the contest, 27-12 . District mogul, Subi
aco administered the first de
feat. The Trojans made their
conversion, FHS didn t Final Score 7
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Jimmy Shreve QB
Siloam Springs . .27 12
Subiaco ........ 6 7
Rogers ......... 13 6
Springdale ...... 7 13
"fi SCHEDULE 1955
1' Van Buren ..... 6 0
Springfield .... 13 6
Joplin ........ 6 27
Jerry Rigging Glenn Sowder Huntsville ..... 28 7
Jim Bob Wheeler C Hoover Evans E ROZCF Curtis E
Springdale Triumphs, Pointers Pay
David Rushing G
Billy Whitfield William Hayes John Steele Hugh Cobb
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It took a late TD to wrap up the Rogers Mountaineers, 13-6. The
annual bitter rivalry with Springdale proved to have its normal amount
of fire works . The "Red Dogs" used a penalty to keep possession of
the ball at a critical juncture of the contest. The break was used to
the utmost advantage . A short screen pass followed by a lightning
fast touchdown run by its recipient gave it to the Springdalians, 13-7.
The highly rated Van Buren Pointers were stymied by a rock- ribbed
Bulldog defense. A Pointer aerial was blocked early in the final period.
A Fayetteville man gathered it in and raced for the only score of the
evening. The lads of Bob Burns' home town were sent back, 6-0.
Dorsey Jones Wesley Burkett Bobby Hudgens Terry Forringer
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Homecoming was a gala occasion. In addition to the bonfire,
party, pep rally, and usual excitement, there was a glorious 13-
6 triumph at the expense of Springfield, Missouri. The Pooches
passed and ran for two touchdowns to offset the lone Springfield
After the tension caused by two consecutive games of such
spine-tingling qualities, the Bulldogs were in for a letdown. The
Joplin Eagles took advantage of this situation. The Flock re-
pulsed an early Dog drive on their own six yard stripe, and then
marched 94 yards for a TD. The entire encounter was equally
as disappointing. It wound up dismally, 27-6 against the boys of
All pain was forgotten in the final contest of the year. Fay-
etteville pounced on Huntsville for a 28-7 verdict.
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"B" Team U ndefeatea'
The Fayetteville "B" team must have
been a joy and godsend to the worthy
mentor. With the Varsity battling with
such ferocity week after week, it was
surely a comfort to sit back and ob-
serve the scrubs administer king sized
defeats upon the brows of their rivals.
In the two lone secondary contests,
the "IV's" never gave anyone reason to
V A doubt ultimate victory. Siloam Springs
suffered 20-6, and Springdale fared
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S. ' 'N' R 'Ml X U Jerry H311
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L , '- - . ' L 'fi g 3-:faf Joe Backus
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Maid Barbara Hannah
Maid Sharron Higgins
Maid jo Ann Wester
Maid Anna Gamble
Maid Marilyn Ambrose Maid jo Ann Wester
Colors Day Queen
Basketball -Not Too Good
Fayetteville High School basketball
was just like high school basketball all
over the country. Games were played
in bandbox gymnaslums with teams
from the surrounding territory.
The season was average, not too
bad, considering the schedule attemp-
ted . Springfield and Joplin, the two
Missouri kingpins, bowled over the
Bulldogs without difficulty. On the
other hand, the Dogs managed a split
with a hustling Tulsa Daniel Webster
group. The football defeat administered
by Springdale's villains was avenged with
two convincing basketball triumphs . The
initiation of athletic rivalry with Sapulpa,
Oklahoma was very satisfying. Benton-
ville, Siloam Springs, and Huntsville had
no fun with Winborn boys .
Tulsa Central swept its set, but not
too easily. The Rogers Mountaineer's
took a disputed decision in Rogers and
then enjoyed another success in Rogers .
Van Buren glommed FHS twice, but
improvement was noted in the second
game . The 8-ll regular season record
B ILL WHITFIELD
GEORGE LEW IS
BUDDY KEHN TERRY HUNT WESLEY BURKETT CHARLES HUGHES
Forward Forward Guard Forward
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ALAN BEAUCHAMP JIM SHREVE JIM BOB WHEELER BILL ADAIR
Guard Guard Center Guard
JODIE CRUMPLEP BOB COOPER GLENN SOWDER
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ROW ONE: George McConnell, Charles Guise, Alan Beauchamp, joe Tom Backus, Terry Forlnger. ROW
TWO: Pete jenkins, Ernest O'Hara, jim Terhune, jimmy Mosteller, jimmy Shreve. ROW THREE: Roger
Curtis, Ellis Trumbo, Bobby McBride, Bob Cooper, jirn Bob Wheeler, Wade Hahn, Coach Benny Winborn.
Tip it this way Lewis! Oh! Get that ball!
Silent meditation "Yea purple, yea whitel'
Magazine drive winners
It's TGIF Day! fThank Goodness It's Fridayj
Honoring the boys
The hardworking journalists
"The Three Socks'
Banu' Supplies Exim Zest Throughout year
MEMBERS OF THE FHS BAND ARE ROW ONE: Louise Phillips, Meredith Stubblefield, Alice Meredith, joye
Rouse, Joyce Gardenhire, Patsy Poore, Patsy Osburne. ROW TWO: Mr. R. W. Willis, Mary Good, Tom
McClelland, Susan Fletcher, Nancy Allen, Marian Jones, Kay Melnert, john Bailey, Karen Bond, Mary
Elizabeth Teas, Merleen Mitchell. ROW THREE: jim Bob Wheeler, Jim Hatfield, Charles Ledbetter, Alice
Sanford, Leota Huelshorst, Alice Ann Willis, Rita Timbrook, Ann Hanklns, Flora Radcliffe, Margaret
Cotton, Margaret Young, Scot Van Hoose. ROW FOUR: Terry Forlnger, Herman jones, Larry Phillips,
Tommy Slusher, David Mulkey, Denny Tune, jim Burnett, Judy Lathrop, David Wilson, Clint Brooks, jerry
Beard, Donald Gleason, Robert Chambers. ROW FIVE: David Slade, Bobby Hudgens, Don Stewart,
Leonard McCandless, John Anderson, Carl Hartman, Pete Jenkins, Everett Vaughn, Boyce Davis, Don Reed,
Ronnie Woodruff Knot pictured! .
The FHS band entertains football fans at half-time performances with high-stepping numbers,
Dressed in full regalia and wearing their prettiest smiles, are majorettes Patsy Osburne, joye Rouse, Drum
Major, Louise Phillips, Patsy Poore, Joyce Gardenhire, Alice Meredith, and Meredith Stubblefield.
Playing "Hearts and Flowers" at the February concert.
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ROW ONE: Marilyn Ambrose, Carolyn Andrews, Marilyn Andrews, secretary: Carolyn Bird, Barbara Boston,
Barbara Byerly, Phyllis Campbell, Betty Capps, Carol Cole. ROW TWO: Nancy Ann Cole, Jane Collier,
Priscilla Conrad, Martha Couch, Louise Dilday, Marianne Estes, Barbara Fincher, Susie Fleming, Donna Flowers.
ROW THREE: Anna Gamble, sergeant at arms, Martha Gould, Lydia Gruden, Mebane Harrison, La Joyce Heflin,
Sharron Higgins, Diane Hilton, standard bearer, Dixie Jackson, treasurer, Mary Johnson. ROW FOUR: Marilyn
Johnson, Ruth Jolly, Emily Jo Joyce, presidentg Neita Kincaid, Julia Landers, vice president: Vida Mae Liles,
Barbara Lunsford, Earlene Oliphant, Carolyn Peevy. ROW FIVE: Peggy Peterson, Riley Renner, Judy Robertson,
Sally Rose, Mary Jo Schulz, Mary Ann Sharp, Jean Stanberry, Karen Stenzel, Joy Stewart. ROW SIX: Sarah
Trager, Donna Walker, Rebecca Wasson, Carolyn Webster, Jo Ann Wester.
Peppers and Cheerleaders had a busy and exciting year. In
addition to the regular activities including the annual
spaghetti supper honoring Queen Sharron Higgins, the group
sponsored the schools most successful magazine drive.
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FHS CHEERLEADERS: Io Ann Wester, Louise Dilday, Rebecca Wasson,
Donna Flowers, Gerry Schwanz, and
THE FLAG TEAM is a traditional sight at the football
and basketball games. Members are: Carolyn Andrews,
Barbara Fincher. Barbara Lunsford, and Marilyn An-
Peppers in convocation really go to 'Prairie Jump. "
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As the leading organization of FHS, the Stu-
dent Council had a busy and rewarding year.
One of the main projects was cementing a curb
around the East parking lot with the help of many
FHS boys . A new committee, the Evaluating
Committee, was organized to evaluate all school
parties and functions to see what improvements,
if any, could be made. A big success of the
year was a party given at Christmas time for
the parents .
Members consist of one representative from
each home room and five officers .
The Student Council is a member of the Na-
tional Association of Student Councils and the
Arkansas Association of Student Councils . Re-
presentatives were sent to the Southern State,
and Local conventions .
Officers are John Steele, presidentg Bill Adair,
Faculty members attend Christmas party.
vice presidentg Barbara Hannah, secretaryp Doug
Hall, treasurerg and Carolyn Andrews, reporter. SPRING
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Mary Ann Sharp
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President John reads letter in Council meeting.
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Key Club Strives Forward
The Key Club established itself as
one of the most active organizations in
school this year In addition to the
annual Pancake Breakfast, the club kept
Old Glory flying in front of the school
each weekday Specific services for the
benefit of the student body were the
setting up of a change box in the main
hall and the securing of catalogues from
all the major universities to assist the
students in choosing the best school for
their type vocation.
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"Life of the Party", "Low Bridge",
"Title Go", "The Severed Cord", and
"The Red Key" are a few of the plays
produced by the Dramatics class this
year . "Action is stronger than words"
was the slogan with Mrs . Rosalie
Brannigan as director.
Correct posture was stressed dur-
ing the first six weeks . This training
gave the aspiring actors and actresses
an idea of what to do when on the stage .
Some physical exercises and drills
gave the Thespians better control.
Following the training period one act
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R0Ser Dowell. Pat Ferrenberg, Virginia Harvey, Donna Henderson. ROW THREE: Diane Hilton, Nancy Howard,
Charles Hughes, Marilyn Johnson, Ruth Jolly. ROW FOUR: Emily Joyce, Barbara Lunsford, Jackie Main, Leon-
ard McCandless, Bonnie McCawley, Wanda Moody, David Rushing, Donna Van Hoose, Carolyn Webster, Sondra
"Lge with Father"
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THE CAST consisted of David Rushing,
Fatherg Emily Joyce, Motherg John Bar-
nette, Clarenceg Bill Hall, John: Boyce
Davis, Whitneyg Kirby Estes, Harlang
Wanda Moody, Corag Carolyn Peevy,
Maryg David Stockford, Reverend Lloydg
Charles Hughes, Dr. Humphreys: Da-
vid Mulkey, Dr. Somers, Barbara Byerly,
Margaretg Dixie Jackson, Annieg Nancy
Howard, Deliag Marcelia Bent, Nora,
and Pat Ferrenberg, Maggie.
"Life with Father", a hilarious
three act comedy of the l880's, was
the Senior Play. The mood of red-
headed Father sets the pattern for
the mood of the red-headed family
in a tremendous struggle to get
Father properly baptized. A
counterplot resulted when Clarence
became romantically inclined with
an acquaintance of the family. The
combined plots provided a top-notch
brand of entertainment.
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Wester, and Boston call the meeting to order.
ROW ONE: Bill Baerg, Paul Berry, Barbara Boston,
Phyllis Campbell, and Margaret Cates. ROW TWO:
Donnie Deweese, Scotty Dozier, Donna Fincher, Ierry
Hall, and Donna Van Hoose. ROW THREE: Charles
Hughes, Mary Johnson, Julia Landers, George Lewis,
and Jenny Mitchell. ROW FOUR: Patsy Osburne, Sue
Phillips, Herbert Radcliffe, Frank Sharp, and David
Slade. ROW FIVE: Karen Stenzel, Iim Terhune, Ellis
Trumbo, Rosalie Van Asche, and Charlotte Waggener.
ROW SDC: Jo Ann Wester, Elwood Whitchurch, and
The Courtesy Club is a service organi-
zation for FHS, sponsored by Mrs . J. C.
Atherton. These capable students are
called upon to assist in serving at parties
and other school functions .
When a student from the respective
home rooms is ill, the Courtesy Club
member is responsible for getting the
students daily assignments . They also
assist the new students in acquainting
them with their classmates and teachers .
The members of the Courtesy Club
have drawn up their own constitution and
initiation creed. Since this organization
is a service group for the student body,
the chosen colors are purple and white.
The officers are Jo Ann Wester, Presidentg
Barbara Boston, Secretary, and Margaret
Cates, Initiation Chairman.
The doors of FHS are always open to the new students.
Courtesy Club members, Jerry Hall and Donna Van Hoose
show the students through the halls. Left to right they are:
Cordia Cornett, Carolyn Abney, Wade Hahn, Alice Sanford
Merlene Hahn, and Marilyn Henson.
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Neita Ann Kincaid
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enter the doors of FHS until the end of the
first terrifying week, Sophomores Guides
aid in the orientation of the new students .
The Guides work under the sponsorship of
Mrs . J. C . Atherton. Officers for the
year were John Lewis, Presidentg Jim Bob
Wheeler, Vice Presidentg Susie Fleming,
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Secretary? and Bill Adair' Treasurer' King Donald Terry and Queen Donna Fritz crowned at party
given for incoming students.
Guides register sophomore students.
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ROW ONE: Janet Adams, Naomi Baker, Mary Baggett, Nancy Barnhill, Glenda Beavers, Carolyn
Bird, Janice Black, Anita Blackman, Carolyn Bohannon, Betty Brooks. ROW TWO: Phyllis
Campbell, Betty Capps, Charlotte Cate, Nancy Cates, Carolyn Christie, Kathleen Coddington,
Gail Cooper, Pat Cralley, Pat Crittenden, Sara Cullen. ROW THREE: Sandy Dozier, Scotty
Dozier, Ann Dudley, Barbara Duggar, Evelyn Duggar, Sue Dunlavy, Shirley Dutton, Pat
Eldridge, Marianne Estes, Mary Ellen Eubanks. ROW FOUR: Juanita Fitzgerald, Barbara Foshe,
Donna Fritz, Carolyn Gabbard, Mary Jo Goodman, Patty Gray, Margie Gundlach, Ann Hankins,
Vivian Hankins, La Joyce Heflin.
FH A Faces the Future With High Hope
Working to uphold their motto "Face
the future with high hope," the FHA has
done many worthwhile projects . October
25, Joye Rouse, La Joyce Heflin, Linda
Henson, Roberta Lackey, Charlotte Cate,
Patty Gray, and their sponsor, Mrs .
Bethel Cunningham, went to Rogers for a
district meeting. In November the FHA
gave a convocation in observance of
National FHA week. With the FTA, the
FHA provided curtains for the private
dining room .
Barbara Fincher won the Betty
Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow con
test in Fayetteville High School. She
competed with senior girls in a fifty
minute examination to win the honor.
Barbara will be entered in the State
Officers are Patty Gray, reporterg Charlotte Cate, third vice president: Joye
Rouse, presidentg La Joyce Heflin, first vice presidentg Roberta Lackey,
g enzel, 's orlan. Not pictured '
treasurer and Karen St hi t
are Janice Black,
secretary , and Glenda
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ROW ONE: Linda Henson, Jeanette Holt, Bobbie jackson, Anna Sue Keen, Becky Kincaid, Elnora Lackey,
Roberta Lackey, Patsy Laney, julia Layer, Carolyn Lewis, Patsy Lewis. ROW TWO: Alice Meredith,
Jenny Mitchell, Martha McKinney, Rosemary Mueller, Patsy Osburne, Carolyn Peevy, Marion Phillips,
Patsy Poore, Pat Prince, Flora Radcliffe, Marsha Ragsdale. ROW THREE: joye Rouse, Ibby Schultz,
Bernelle Smith, Sarah Smith, Virginia Smith, Patsy Spiller, Karen Stenzel, Meredith Stubblefield,
Peggy Taylor, Rita Timbrook, Bonnie Tisdale. ROW FOUR: Yvonne Tisdale, Barbara Trager, Rosalie
Van Asche, Charlotte Waggoner, Barbara Watkins, Dona Watkins, Laura Watkins, Alice Ann Willis,
Mary Wright .
Truly an asset and a
necessary person to the Girls'
Chorus of Fayetteville High, is
Emily Jo Joyce . The chorus
wishes to express their deep
and sincere appreciation for
the services Emily Jo has ren-
dered to their organization.
Emily Jo received top honors
in the Arkansas State Music
Teachers Association for
ROW ONE: Rosa Lee Ivy, Patsy Laney, Marianne Estes, Peggy Taylor, Nita Ann Kincaid, Jackie Main, Donna
Flowers, Marsha Ragsdale, Joan Southern, Donna Hammond, Geraldine Taylor, Carolyn Webster, Celia Walton
ROW TWO: Bertha Jones, Sara Cullen, Martha Couch, Earlene Oliphant, Marsha Strickland, Jane Collier
Cleta Greenwood, Marcelia Bent, Nancy Cole, Judy Robertson, Donna Walker, Mildred Fields, Barbara Duggar
ROW THREE: Bonnie McCawley, Maxine Phillips, Co Etta Byrd, Sondra Witherspoon, Mary Jo Schultz, Marilyn
Ambrose, Peggy Peterson, Sharolyn Holtzendorff, Martha Alexander, Priscilla Conrad, Nancy Howard, Don ia
Henderson, Opal Wynn. NOT PICTURED: Linda Gregory, Barbara Hannah, Mebane Harrison.
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Boys' Chorus entertains student body at annual Christmas convocation.
NHS Leads in Clmmcter, Sclaolarsbzjb, Leaderslnp, Service
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ROW ONE: Carolyn Andrews, Marilyn Andrews, William Baerg, Ronnie Bagley, Marcelia Bent, Barbara Byerly,
Nancy Ann Cole, Pat Crittenden. ROW TWO: Albert Davis, Betty Ann Delzell, Anna Gamble, Bill Hall, Bar-
bara Hannah, Terry Hunt, Dixie Jackson, Emily Jo Joyce. ROW THREE: Iulia Landers, Barbara Lunsford, David
Mulkey, David Stockford, Carole Turner, Rebecca Wasson, Io Ann Wester, Chris Wray, Mary Wright, Margaret
The Socratic Chapter of NHS was
chartered in 1926. Since that time, the
Chapter has organized or sponsored a
great many clubs, projects, and activ-
ities . These include: Student Council,
26 Club, Sophomore Guides, Courtesy
Committee, Honors Day, Play Day,
Colors Day, Careers Day, all service
groups, the printed annual, Officer's
Workshop, Randall Osborn and Amethyst
Awards, the Bookstore, and the Book Ex-
change. The purpose of NHS is to create
an enthusiasm for scholarship, to develop
desirable traits of character, to provide
training in leadership, and to stimulate a
desire to render service.
ABOVE-Officers: David Mulkey, president:
Emily Jo Joyce, secretary: William Baerg, vice
president: Chris Wray, treasurer.
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26 Club is the sale of season football B ,
tickets . The Homecoming and Colors ' 'f
Day festivities can be looked upon as l ' .. c J
some of the more difficult projects the 1. 'J
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on Play Day and at the basketball games fig ST -
are also sponsored by the club. Flow- - .Ai 5 - y
ersthatare neededthroughoutthe year .,J,. wg'f ,fi if
for events such as Honor's Day are ga L A K' x
provided for by the club. 'The annual f 4 , y
.Athledc Banquetis also sponsored by :A , 'F Q ,X
The only social event in which the if if " 5
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Mrs . Mary Heflin is their sponsor. Q ,sung
ROW ONE: Bill Adair, Bill Baerg, Barbara Boston, Barbara Byerly, Nancy Cole.
ROW TWO: Mickey Crigger, Jodie Crumpler, Susie Fleming, Don Froning, Anna
Gamble. ROW THREE: Nancy Garrison, Helen Graham, Barbara Hannah, Jim
Hatfield, Jeanette Holt. ROW FOUR: Dixie Jackson, Emily Joyce, John Lewis,
Barbara Lunsford. ROW FIVE: Mary Ann Sharp, John Steele, Rebecca Wasson.
ROW SDC: Jim Bob Wheeler, Bill Whitfield. ROW SEVEN: Kaycille Woodruff,
Officers discuss club's business. "I crown you, Queen Sharron. "
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The Future Tradesmen of this
school, affiliated with the state and
J T national organizations, are required to
s U tt E obtain and maintain an occupational
T ie , . g position to ain credit in this educational
if y v gi course. Their purpose is to "earn while
A , tt, Eik :,: E e 'il they learn."
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' ,V ,Q f 5 the students have are assistants and clerks
s I in dime stores, drug stores, barber shops,
. " i" T department stores, shoe stores, hosiery
- slsi e ttsi companies, hospitals, and clothing stores.
ROW ONE: Sharon Blackmon, Mary Lou Centers, Mickey Crigger, John Paul Davis, Bea Fairless. ROW TWO:
Norman Gabbard, Freddie Johnson, Preston Lackey, La Vaughn Lankford, Patsy Lewis. ROW THREE: Jim Lierly,
Joanne Lierly, Harold McDonald, Judi McNeal. ROW FOUR: Howard Pennel, Jerry Shaffer, Bonita Shoffit, Lola
Taylor. ROW FIVE: Darlene Terry, Wilma Thompson, Freddy Warford, Elizabeth White. ROW SDC: Billy Frank
Wilcox, Robbie Jo Woods, C, A, Wynn, Carolyn Yates.
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Applying finishing touches.
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students have taken an active
interest in civic affairs this
year. A large part of the
year was spent in internship
with different commercial,
political, and social organi-
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La Joyce Heflin
Emily Jo Joyce
Donna Van Hoose
Looking over a tax assessment program are officers: Charles
Johnston, president: Bill Hall, assistant president: Rebecca Was-
son, secretaryg and Marilyn Andrews, assistant secretary. Mrs.
G. C. Ellis is the instructor. The officers are responsible for
assigning various committees during the year.
Funds for the class were raised by the annual
Sock Hop. Sock Hop King this year was Howell
Trumbo, senior candidate.
A forum was conducted in the class by members of the Cham-
ber of Commerce to obtain ideas for the improvement of Fay-
etteville. The class then conducted forums in the homerooms.
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Private dining-room gains new elegance.
ROW ONE: Nancy Allen, Virginia Austin, Naomi
If every school had as many interested mem-
bers as does
the FHS chapter of FTA, the teacher
shortage would soon be eliminated . Members
learn about the opportunities in teaching and learn
to cultivate the qualities essential in a good teach-
project was to help with the drapes
for the private dining room . They also planned
for last year
Baker, Nancy Barnhill, Richard Benson. ROW TWO:
Marcelia Bent, Barbara Byerly, Co Etta Byrd, Phyl-
lis Campbell, Donna Carter. ROW THREE: Mar-
garet Cates, Nancy Lee Cole, Gail Cooper, Pat
Cralley, Sara Cullen. ROW FOUR: Don Deweese,
Scottie Dozier, Barbara Duggar, Sue Dunlavy,
Sonja Elam, Pat Eldridge, Gladys Erwin, Juanita
Fitzgerald, Barbara Foshe, Helen Graham. ROW
held February 15 . The sponsor
was Miss Velma Hall.
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Patty Crittenden, Presidentg Linda Gregory, Vice
Presidentg Carol Cole, Secretaryg Mary Jo Goodman
Treasurer: Nancy Garrison, Historian.
FIVE: Judith Gregory, Margy Gundlach, Vivian
Hankins, Linda Henson, Jeanette Holt, Sharolyn Q an
Holtzendorff, Becky Kincaid, Julia Layer, Marion ah, F'
Leonard, Jackie Main. ROW SDC: Jeannie Morse, Y Lg ' T T
Brenda Oliphant, Edwina Parks, Marion Phillips, A. 5 '
Marsha Ragsdale, Richard Reid, Sara Smith, Judy ' - ..V Q41 1 NJ
Stockburger, Dawn Stowe, Meredith Stubblefield. ' '15,
ROW SEVEN: Bonnie Tisdale, Peggy Taylor, Bar-
bara Trager, Scott Van Hoose, Charlotte Wag- 0.9 it , f ,-
goner, Dona Watkins, Eva Watkins, Jane Whitting, p ,E 11-
Mary Wright, Opal Wynn. T ,J p
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dents who assist the secretary in the office. They pick up ab-
sentee slips and run errands. SEATED: Jim Terhune, Barbara
Byerly, Jane Collier, Ernest Borden. STANDING: Carolyn
Webster, Sarah Trager, and Meribeth Miller. ABSENT ARE:
Marilyn Johnson, Rebecca Wasson, and Anna Gamble.
TYPING SERVICE: The Typing Service is second year typing students who are
willing to help in typing programs, notices, letters, etc. FIRST ROW: Geor-
gia Rogers, Nola Huckelbury. SECOND ROW: Carol Cole, Barbara Fincher,
Rosa Lee Bowlin. THIRD ROW: Donna Docker, Patty Perrin. ABSENT: Mari-
lyn Johnson, Barbara Stephens, Jo Ann Wester, Ruth Jolly, and Ann Dudley.
TRAFFIC SERVICE: Stop!
Look! Listen! The Traffic
Service is one of the most
valuable services which can
be rendered. They direct
traffic at football and bas-
ketball games. FIRST ROW:
Donald Dunn, John Anderson, .si
David Slade. SECOND ROW
Buddy Kehn, Albert Davis.
ABSENT: Jim Terhune and
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PUBLIC ADDRESS: Speakers in con-
vocation are easily heard because of
these boys who are in charge of the
Public Address system. They are
Morris Easterling and Herbert Weldon.
PROJECTION SERVICE: Thse Projection Service is a voluntary
organization interested in running movies for different classes.
SEATED: Bill Perry, Don Harris, John Anderson, Everett
Vaughn, Jerry Van Hoose. STANDING: Harold Van Asche,
Calvin Joyner, Larry Couch, Floyd Pohle, Marvin Hoskins,
and G. A. Hendrix. NOT PICTURED: Billy Weible, Bobby
Seay, Jim Hatfield, Gayel Baugus, Darrel Thomas, Herbert
Weldon, Doyne Roberts, David McClinton, and Charles
PRESIDENTS' COUNCIL: This council is in charge of the
Concession Workers. Members are head of other school
organizations. FIRST ROW: Mary Wright, Joy Rouse, David
Stockford, Julia Landers, Linda Gregory. SECOND ROW:
David Wilson, Albert Davis, David Mulkey, Jon Barnett,
Charles Johnston, John Steele, and Roger Dennett. ABSENT:
Emily Jo Joyce, Patty Crittenden, Barbara Hannah, Jo Ann
TEACHERS' AIDES: 'Teachers' Little Helpers. " Teachers' Aides, assist the teachers in checking papers, filing,
writing letters, and other odd jobs. SEATED: Mary Wright, Marcelia Bent, Nancy Farmer, Scotty Dozier, Patty
d Ma a tCates SECOND ROW GuyE Brown Tommy Utley Carl Hartman Richard Reid, Mar
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garet Thurman, Mary Jo Goodman, Judy Lathrop, Donna Fincher, Naomi Baker, Lidia Gruden, Kay Meinert,
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Wesley Burkett, Diane Hilton, and June King. THIRD ROW: George Lewis, Charles Hughes, and Glenn Sow er.
THOSE NOT PICTURED: Hugh Cobb, Nancy Ann Cole, Jane Collier, Donnie Deweese, La Joyce Heflin, Ruth
Jolly, Riley Renner.
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Mrs. Iesse Henderson explains duties to the cafeteria
workers. FIRST ROW: Mary Eubanks, Rosalie Bowlln,
Pauline Conley, Joe Manuel, and Sue Hayes. SECOND
ROW: Rosalie Van Asche, Billy Weible, James Lower, .. .,
Clyde Lower, Billy McDonald, and Harold Van Asche. Ready to serve the chpw! Marv Eubanks'
Phyllis Warford, Rosalie Bowlin, Pauline Conley,
and Rosalie Van Asche.
Junior Fire Marsha11's prevent fires by
inspecting the school. Donald Dunn, Bill
Bowman, Ronnie Swan, and Allen Bailey.
"Lunchroom work can be fun!" Clyde Lower, James
Lower, Joe Manuel, Billy McDonald, Billy Weible, and
Harold Van Asche.
"Learning more about the
world, " is the purpose of the
Science Club. LEFT TO RIGHT:
Doug Hall, David Wilson, Ernest
Borden, Richard Reid, Joe Bissett
Elwood Whitchurch, Roger Den-
nett, Guy Brown, Tommy Utley,
and Mrs. Kay Hardwick, sponsor.
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SECRETARYS' CLUB: The Secretarys'
Club is composed of students who are
secretarys from the different organiza-
tions in school. SEATED: Carol Cole,
Margaret Cates, and Emily Jo Joyce.
STANDING: Marcelia Bent, Joy Rouse.
ABSENT: Martha Alexander, Marilyn
Andrews, Janis Black, Barbara Boston,
Mickie Crigger, Albert Davis, Susie
Fleming, Barbara Hannah, Kay Meinert,
Patsy Poore, and Elwood Whitchurch.
POSTER COMMITTEE: This committee
is responsible for making posters for all
school events and displaying them through-
out the school. Members are: Jeanette
Holt, Donna Carter, Billy Cotton, Joye
Rouse, Marion Phillips, Peggy Cantrell,
Marian Jones, Judith Gregory, Charlotte
Wagner, Dawn Stowe, Sandy Dozier, Nola
Huckelbury, Carolyn Peevy, Kay Meinert,
Guy E. Brown, Hardy Daniel, Charlotte Cate
Ray Stenzel, Gail Cooper, Jenny Mitchell,
Louise Dilday, Rodger Dowell, Meribeth
Miller, Ann Dudley, Doug Hall, La Joyce
Heflin, Jerry Van Hoose, Judy Lathrop, and
TREASURERS' CLUB: Taking care of the organizations' funds is the job of these industrious characters. SEATED:
Dixie Jackson, Barbara Byerly, David Mulkey, Doug Hall, Bill Adair, and Mrs. Grace Lawson, sponsor. STAND-
ING: Roger Dennett, Margaret Cates, Mary Wright, and sponsor, Mildred Bailey. ABSENT: Mary Jo Goodman,
Roberta Lackey, Elizabeth White, Chris Wray, Phyllis Warford, and Elwood Whitchurch.
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ROW ONE: Martha
A T, Q, Austin, Phyllis Campbell,
A . 6' Robert Chambers, Hardy
A 9 Daniel. ROW TWO:
Albert Davis, Barbara
De Marco, Mary Ellen Eubanks, Juanita
Fillgel'-Hld, Rosa Lee Ivy. ROW THREE:
Brenda Ollphant, Edwina Parks, jo Ann
Schneider, Judy Stockburger, Dawn Stowe.
ROW FOUR: Phyllis Warford, Margaret
Tlazs zs the Lzbmry Club
The Library Club, a member of the
Arkansas Student Librarians Association,
is a club composed of student librarians
who are interested in knowing more about
the management of a library and its bene-
fits. Its purpose is to create better
library service and to interest well
qualified library assistants in library
work as a profession. Some of the jobs
the students do during their study hall
period are repairing books, checking out
books, keeping up the magazine file and
helping students use reference material.
Any student who is interested may be a
member. Mrs. Chester Dixon is the
Service with a smile
Librarians labor not lost
Always a helping hand
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sophomore I Mareht Ernblemgof Unity .,........,...,, Richards .Honor graduate: W
Nancy Allen Junior Overture Flandrla' . . 4 ...,,..... Y. .- .- . I. . . Smetslty Linadin deumding rank I
you-rg,,, Baku, Mmm Alcxandcr Payetteyrlle High School Band, Mr. R. w. wrllis, Director HW. iacyuon gli? 5,g,,,d h Cmlr .num
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Jw mum ,ne sgliy rim ekosarco Tie My Own America .............,,..... Wrubtl Binrgtllag en 'lo Ann ,
Jqhgalifggxs gliltaliimvhvlrh The Year's at the Springf Browningfs Pippa Passes ....... Cain Elixir Yr? Hwy vlslurlil Barbara Byerly
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Lamlyn mms AHC? Ann wmarc Fayetteville High School Girls Chorus, Mrs. Tom Branigan. Director Marganht Young Joy Stewart Pixlyamx-nlglgls
The Purpose of Honors Day ..........,.. David Mulltt-y
allftletic edward: Address: "Building Walls or Building Bridges" , . Dr. R. M. Roclfs
Wesley Ilurkett grry Riggfili Presentation of Awards , .....,. . Mr, Harry Vandcrgriff .
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.Deparlmenluf .Honors JQ1,'LC'g,,,122, ol aarhara Lunsford
BY semesters AMETHYST STAFF . :ob Cogpfr MjQ'f:'Q"Q,,f5if1L'
Al mm 6 J h H b 4 Carolyn- Andrews, Marilyn Andre-ws, Co-editorsg Barbara Byerly, Bus. Mgr. NQ5:DgL1'i: g::1l:ii:5gg5'l:an
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Nahey Allen 4 Linda l-ighsf, 4 JUNIOR TIMES STAFF - Margaret Ahh Cates, Carol Cole, Bdrtors ggxgafgmlir Dam, S,od,,,,,d
,lot Tons Backus 4 Dixie Jaelrsoh B . Anna Gamble Daflm' TWV
Bill Bacrg 6 Emily jo Joyce IO Officers of the Student Council Nancy Garrison David Wilson
gvgh"1ff'1gg 1 lg ga'l'fiY"gftQS 4 John Steele President Doug Hall, Treasurer Kev Mfmff'
arcs la en r-n 2 . , ' . .
3aaulBp..,,y 4 Edhdi pgfksan' 4 grllbtxdarlri vrozrgesidt-:it Carolyn Andrews, Reporter
oe tssett a y nn Rose 6 ar ara anna , serv MY
Barbara De Marco
lor- Tom Backus
Barbara De Marco
Nancy Carol Farme
Ice Tom Backus
Rosa Lee Botvlln
Barbara De Marco
Ruud Du Vnll
s Alice Sanford B
2 Sarah Smith 4
4 Mt-rideth Stubblt-field 4
4 Cearldrne Taylor 4
6 Rita Timhroolt 6
6 Torn Utley 4
2 jo Ahh Wester B
4 Ellwood Whitchurch 4
2 Alice Ann Willis 5
ig Kaycille lvoodruff 2
2 Linda Henson 4
6 Terry Hunt 8
4 Bobby Ray Jaeltsoh 2
4 Dixie Jaeltson 4
8 Nolen Keck 2
2 Carolyn Lcwis 4
4 Harold McDonald 6
4 .lcnny Mitchell 4
2 Richard Reid 2
2 Dawn Stowe 2
2 Rita Timbrook 6
4 Carole Turner 8
6 Tom Utley 4
2 Ellwood Whitchurch 6
2 Alice Ann Willis 5
2 Ronnie Woodruff 2
4 Chris Wray la
Z Opal wyhh 2
2 susit- rlerhing 4
4 Joyce Gardenhire 2
sl john Henbest 4
4 Jeanette Holt 2
2 Terry Hunt 4
2 Disir- jaeltsoh 4
2 Emily Jo Joyet- B
4 Edwina Parks 5
2 Sally Ann Rose 2
2 Rita Timbrook 2
4 Tom Utley 4
2 Ellwood VVhitchtlrch 2
4 Alice Ann Willis 2
4 Barbara Hannah -1
8 Marilyn Ht-nson 2
2 Jeanette Holt 2
2 Terry Hunt 8
6 Dixie jackson 2
4 Carolyn Lewis 2
4 M4-ribeth Miller 2
6 Richard Reid 2
2 sally Ahh Rose 2
6 Ellwood Whitchurch 6
2 Joyce Wilkins 4
2 Chris Wray B
25 Crul, - Barbara Hannah, Barbara Lunsford. Ronnie Woodruff
Omcers ol Peppers
Emily Jo Joyce, President
Marilyn Andrews, seoretary
Dixie Jaeltson, Treasur--r
Ahha oarnlale, Sergeant
Peppers Martha Couch, Susie Fleming, Diane Hilton, Rebecca Wasson
Sharron Higgins, Rebecca Wagon, Jo Ann Wester
Phyllis carnpht-ll, Hardy Daniel, Marion Leonard, sdwina Parlrs, JoAnn
Schneider, Phyllis W'arf0rd
Brhest Borden, Barbara Byt-rly, Jane Collier, Anna Gamble, Virginia Harvey,
Marilyn Johnson, Julia Landers, Mrriht-th Miller, David Stockford, jim
Terhune, sara Trager, Rr-heeea wassoh, Carolyn welsstrr
Albert Davis, Donald Dunn, Buddy Kehn, Billy McDonald, Richard Reid,
David Slade, Jim Terhune
Student Athletic Managers
Bill Ballard, Larry Blerihs l.arry Bogah, Jerri- Van Hoosi-
Student Treasurer, Athletic Department Roger Dcnmn
Student Assistants in Activity Admissions
Ernest Borden, Bob Cooper, Albert Davis, Roger Dennett, Paul Miehat-las,
jerre Van Hoosc, Ellwood Whitchurch
Paul Berry, Janice Black, Bob Cooper, Shirley Dutton, Donna Fincher, Charles
Gulsc, Jeanette Holt, Bobby Hudgcns, junc King, Bob McBridc, Glenn
Student Assistants in Physical Education
Wt-slcy Burkett, Jane Collier, Nancy Ann Cole, Patty Crittenden, Donna
Fincher, Mary Jo Goodnlan, Diane Hilton, Charles Hughes, June King,
Judy Lathrop, Kay Meiht-rt. Judy Rolo.-rtsoh, Glen Sowder, westarl Terry
Future Hornehralters Service--Janice Blaelr
Cafeteria Service -Harold Van Asche, Rosalie Van Asche
Typing Service-Marilyn Johnson, Georgia Rogers
Teacher Service --Donnie Dt-wr.-st-. Margaret Thurman
Future Teachers seryiee-Carol Cole, Mary Wright
Band Librariansftlarl Hartman, Patsy Poore. Alice Ann Willis
Sllldsnt Aeeompanists-Bmily ,lo Joyce, Kayeillt- Woodruff
coneession conrnrittee Service f-Rebecca wassoh. Chris Wray
Fire Marshals-Ronnie Swan. Chit-lg Allen Bailey, Deputys Donald Dunn, Dt-puty
Public Address seryiee--Maurire,Bastt-rlihg. Bill Hall. ll.-,r,,.,, Wddnnf
Projection Service --Jerre Van Hoost-
Recorder Service- Jerre Van I-loose
Student Photographer --Linda Gregory
Poster Service- Bill Bowman, lyola Hueltr-lhury
Bi-State Musie Festival- -First Places: surit- rl.-nrihg, Dixie Jaeltsuh, Bhrily
Jo joyee. Alice sahford Sta, alma,-,1,
AllaState Band-Aliee Ann Willis, Margaret Young
District Band restiyal-,First plae.-ss iohh Anderson, Alice sahford, Rita
Tirhhroolr. Alirt- Ahh Willis, Margaret Young
AGRICULTURE sPBclAl. ACHIEVEMENT AWARD--Bryan walt.-r
.Cbeparlmen tal .Honors
BY sernt-ste rs
Nahey Allt-h 2
Joe Tom Backus 2
Patricia Crallt-y 2
Barbara De Marco 3
Margy Gundlach 2
lohn Henbest 2
Linda Henson 2
Music and Band
Martha Alexander 5
Nancy Allen 4
John Bailey 4
Marcelia Bent 4
.lane Collier 2
Barbara Duggar 2
Susan Fletcher 4
Terry Foringt-r 4
Ann Hankins 4
Janice Black 4
Betty Brooks 2
Carolyn Christie Q
Earlene Baker 4
Lynne Bamette 2
Richard Benson 1
Carol Cole 4
Louise Dilday 2
Susie Fleming 2
Joyce Gardenhire 2
Sharron Higgins 3
Glenn Sowder 2
Lola Taylor 2
Janet Adams 4
Bill Adair 5
Nancy Allen 4
-lov Tom Baelths 4
,Iohn Bailey 2
Hill Ballard 4
Nancy Barnhill 4
Alan Beauchamp 2
Glenda Beavers 4
Paul Berry 4
joe Bissett 4
Larry Blevins 4
Carolyn Christie 2
Jodie Crumpler 6
Roger Curtis 2
Owanda Dat-is 4
Sue Dunlavy 4
Edward Evans 2
james Ezcll 2
Charles Guist- 4
Kirk Hale Q
Jerry Hall 4
Carl Hartman 3
,lohn Ht-hht-st 4
perfect alllenclance afwar
Quill and Scroll-George Alexander, Carolyn Andrews. Marilyn Andrt-ws.
Margaret Ann Cates, Carol Cole
Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow--Barbara Fincher
STATE OF ARKANSAS D. A. R. GOOD CITIZEN-Rebetwra Wasson
FAYETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL IJ. A. R. GOOD CITIZEN-
D. A. R. HISTORY MEDAL Barbara De Marco
P. E.0. AWARD FOR FUTURE EDUCATORS Marv Wflghl
WILLIE MARGARET RAMEY AWARD Phyllis Warford
COMMERCIAL LAUREL AWARD .IO Ann WPSUT
LAMBDA TAU LITERARY AWARD Kirby Estes
DANFORTH AWARDS Emily ,ln Joyce Stockford David
BAUSCH AND LOMB SCIENCE AWARD Chris Wray Terry
STUDENT COUNCIL PARTICIPATION AWARD Home Room 205
AMETHYST SERVICE AWARD Jerri- Van House Margaret Thllrman
RANDALL OSBURN AWARD john Steele
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,lor Tom Barltus
Sm, pivming Karen Bond Patty Gray' jerry Oxford
4 . G d. h- 4 Ernest Borden Charles Guisc lt-rry Rigrihs
Jew 3' U' "K Betty Brooks Ralph Hayes lo it Rouse
Hunt Everett vaughh
La Joyce Heflill
Sally Ann Rost-
Dixie Jackson 10
Carolyn Lewis Q
Peggy Peterson 2
Sallv Ahh Rose 6
Sarah Smith 2
Celia Walton 2
Ellwood Whitchurch 5
Barbara Hannah 3
Carl Hartman 4
Emily Jo Joyce 3
Marsha Ragsdalt- 2
joyc Rouse 5
Alice sahford 3
Rita Timlsroolt 5
Everett Vaughn 4
Alict- Ann lrVillis 5
Patricia Cralley 4
Juanita Fitzgerald 2
Linda Ht-nson 4
Bobby Ray jaeltsoh 2
Emily jo Joyet- 2
Juno King 3
Brenda Oliphant 2
joy Stewart 5
David Stockford Q
Evert-tt Vaughn Q
Mary W'right 2
Elizabeth Wright 2
Linda Henson 4
Jeanette I-Iolt 5
Carolyn Lt-wis 4
Bob McBride 2
George McConnell 4
Hayden Mcllroy 2
Jenny Mitchell 4
Richard Reid 2
David Rose 5
Sally Ann Rose 5
Joye Rollse 5
Jerry Stamps 4
,lean stahlaerry 6
Bill Stewart 2
lim Terhune 5
Rita Timbrook 4
Barbara Tragr-r 2
Torn Utley 4
Ellwood Whitchurch 5
Scott Van Hoost- 'i
Alice Ann Willis 4
Ronnie Woodruff 2
Robbie Jo Woods
Carol Cole Barbara Fincher
The great buzz session
Sharron's happy moment
Three maids at work
uniors hold forum in home room
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Mi1dred's going away party
The twins converse on yearbook problems
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The last minute pep talk The famous "209 boys' Hi, Debbie
"We're gonna Rock Around the Clock tonight"
l "That's what they think. "
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Gladys Kirby Pat Anna George Carolyn Marilyn Margaret
Erwin Estes Fer- Gamble Alexander Andrews Andrews Cates
fenbefg Martha Linda Sharolyn Ruth
Gould Gregory Holtzendorff Jolly
Hot news, Spot news, Up style, Down The committees for the Amethyst were
style, Key line, By-line--So goes the
Journalism class as another year and an-
other yearbook is completed. Besides
working on the Amethyst, the class edi-
ted the Junior Times .
Carolyn and Marilyn Andrews were
editors of the yearbook with Barbara By-
erly as the business manager. Margaret
Cates and Carol Cole were editors of the
Junior Times .
as follows: Class editors Betty Delzell,
Martha Gould, Anna Gamble, Ruth Jolly,
Gladys Erwin, and Sharolyn Holtzendorffg
Features Pat Ferrenbergg Sports George
Alexander, Kirby Estes, and Boyce Davisg
and Service groups Margaret Cates and
Carol Cole .
Linda Gregory was president of the
journalism class and Margaret Cates was
Amethyst editors, Marilyn and Carolyn and busi-
ness manager Barbara Byerly, talk over plans with
Junior Times editors, Margaret and Carol.
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,A ' f 1 working on the yearbook pages, Mrs. Concep-
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, if a visit I0 the 'WWSPHPGF Office I0 WP Proof'
A A read the Junior Times.
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