Fayetteville High School - Amethyst Yearbook (Fayetteville, AR)

 - Class of 1959

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If 4141 .1 aff' ...NM 4 264 Q!! ef VNQNX XQN3 N 33 xxx., X. me Ps wx and frlend MRS CHEST ER DIXON W1th smcere apprec1at1on for the many years of selfless and devoted serv1ce to our school the cont1nuous and unt1r1ng encouragement of hxgh level readmg habmts the promot1on of student 1r1tegr1ty and he exempl1f1cat1on of 1nsp1r1ngpersonal1dea1s we gratefully dedl cate the 1958 1959 Amethyst to our l1brar1an Amethyst Staff , f pdf fx,m J wwf! 1 il' .wx al!-1 fbf f,A,f A L, is M If f .x,-- 'lff,w-WM'- K-J -- , 'lvvua -5 - 2 T '-ga la" 234 l 4 f W .ff ' Yi 5 f- ' 5, 'L,ff,.1 My Q. A. Jef- figs. af V' e. f ' A A LAI A u,.f , , ,, . -1 Lvlk-,Ll X .XL 'mf 'XR' N - . ky AA K: V .A . ' is ' ., AY? Q . i OK k -2 gg l , F ,X 14' gfgzjx A X" . ff , ,Q X. .dx N., fy? , A5 , 1 , ,K 1 I N .xx-J T' tx X 'A ' , Ax Lf 4 , gl -.X , " X. K af '-.- we V X 9? Q M HWIQ. X A 3 A ., . , .f 4 l . - x "9 M- .xv xx N5 4 , - Y , f ' jyqi, K? X N N9 K ll 1' ' ' ' Q A -V 3 1 F K., K, - aw I f' ,'. 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There has never been a class that could look to a brighter or more challenging future. In spite of cold war and threats of destruction, revolutionary scientific developments can raise humanity to its highest level. Disease control, luxurious living, peace - these are allwithinreachifman will but use his know- ledge wisely. Seniors of 1959, face the future with confidence in yourself, aith in God, and love for yo fello and you will make the worl e or ourself and others. M We WMWQWPW WKFQ 'V QP! yy WAYNE WHITE Superintendent iwdwffl For The Admlnlstrotlon RAY ADAMS CLARK MCCLINTON HAL DOUGLAS President Vice President Sec Treasurer HENRY SHREVE HASKELL UTLEY BILL MORTON A -arm D! '-' l"' ui Q 0-Qs 36 The School Board Says This is the year you have been look ing forward to for a long time It will always remain a highlight in your memory The schools have attempted to pre pare you for making momentous de cisions But in the final analysis you and ycu lone can make the choices that will determine your future We trust that the knowledge you have gained will help you to make the right choices during this year "Your Year of Decision MR WILLIAM DUNCAN Principal Mr. Duncan Says g This Is Your Year This is your yearl Stand for some- thing. .Believe in something. Think well of yourselfg conduct yourself so that you can do so. Act in ways which will command the respect of others. Establish a certain few things you will always dog a certain fewthings you will never do. Keep your mind openg al- ways check the facts before choosing your course of action and let your highest values weigh heavily in your considerations When you have come to a decision act on it Have the courage to live in accordance with your own values And These Are Your Teachers MISS VELMA HALL MR POWELL HINES MRS L B ANDREW MISS BERNICE KARNES English Guidance Language Mathematics R W WILLIS MR CLAYTON SPENCER MR JOE ROBERTS MRS G C ELLIS Music Physical Education Science Social Science 'N X T' 1-4- ner Y gi if i 531 .,-.-0 'sv v . . 1 . . A 'Q I . . A 4' a 1-J ' X 4 F' 0 f . i N 4 ,A . - Q . ,. .fy E ' ' 1 - : : , A ' . P'fi3f7f'l K. V k,YV A 0 ' cy. h . , xxx Q I X Q . 'W A 5 N N f 1 ' i K , W", .f.fC' lp... ,J If 41, Nw' - W ' Q i 'N . MRS. CECIL LAWSON MRS. PERRY MOCK MR. JOE SLAVEN Business Diversified Agriculture Occupations Faculty Has Varied Work Load 40' ,anna 1' in--f -als id' MRS T C ATHERTON Mathematics MR SHELBY BREEDLOVE Phys1ca1 Education MRS HERMAN EASON English MRS BLAIR HART Engl1sh MRS LAVERNE HEFLIN English MRS GENE HOGAN Physical Education MRS A W HORNE English MISS EVELYN JONES English MRS R T KITCHENS Business MRS HOUSTON TAYLOR Science MR BUELL WOODS Mathematics MISS OUIDA WHEELER Office CLASSES 4 x.. ' ,f - "3Nu,, The Sen1or class offxcers and sponsor prepared the plans for the JUJIIOI' Semor banquet The Semor class offxcers are Carolyn H111 Treasurer Mrs B1a1r Hart Sponsor L1nda W11son Secretary Larry Lew1s Presldent and Ph1111p Cate Vxce Pres1dent Summer Of Work And Fun Ends We Return RUTH ALDERSON STEVE AMIS MACK ANDREW JERRY BAILEY ROSALIE BAILEY BILL BAKER CHRISTINE BAKER JACKIE BAKER SANDRA BANKS MARILYN BARRON ASHLEY BEAUCHAMP ROBERT BLACKMAN SENIORS 435' -QW" 0 1 Tl 43 'Y -if 1. 41 L1 Y A-6 'uf 1' N-lv' .li I L I fa ca ,I , ' D' Q Vi 0' We 1:7 ' u 2 ,. -v v , 6 . 'A , X Q - 1 ,E , Ni A I HAROLD BOHANNAN GERALDINE BOLINGER JUDY BROWN LOUISE BROWN SPENCER BROWN VADA BURSON ALICE BURT MICKEY CAIN 3'1- 36 E4 '73 f -QQ il ,elf ll if 1 In Y 4-Q i v-v' Then Starts The Round Of Studles And Tests -nl 45? vi pa.. i 2 Y Q- an 2 i" oi ' .JJ 5 a-.gi i ""x 2 552 D 4 A A QC A 1, hm PEGGY CARTER RANDALL CASELMAN PHILLIP CATE CAROLYN CEARLEY LAVERNE CHANDLER SHERWOOD CHARLTON CARL CLYNE CARTHAL COBB SIDNEY COMBS CHARLES CONINE .TERRY COPPAGE KENNETH COTTERMAN SENIORS I Q? . N 16 lg xt? I , X A ':- A - ,J - " A 1 . P -1 ' A 1 W H: 1 'f , - T 'J DELANO COTTON NANCY CULLEN T 'Q-, -.-- AA ,, ,Li . Q f vw. ful ST EVE CUMMINGS Nancy Miller was elated when Spen- FRANKIE DAVIDSON ,, Cer Brown announced that she had 'I 4 ,,' been chosen as Homecoming Queen. After Hours - Games, Plays, Hops, Concerts DIANA DEATHERAGE BILLY DeVAU LT ,V MARILYN DeWINTER -T: iq WILMA DILLARD 9' Q 4 Kg G GENE DOWELL V. S SUE DUNAWAY Q ,s ,V MILDRED DUNLAVY ---f WANDA KAYE DUR NING 1 DANIEL DIIVALL 1 Q8 5 JOHN PHILIP EAGLE ,O IANIS EASTERLING ..-- 'V V SYBIL EDMISTON SENIORS 7 if 6- 1-1 ANN ELLIOT ELIZABETH ELKINS NADINE EVANS MAX FELTON JUDY FERRENBERG BILL FIELDS, JR. THOMAS FINCHER PAULA FUGIT Then It's Ccaroling Time In The Halls LOLA GARDENHIRE DON GARRIOTT KAY GEHREAN BETTY GEURIN DEE GOFF BILLY GRAUE SHARON GRAUE HARRY GRAY KENNETH GRAY FAYE GREENWOOD BETTE GREER JAMES GRIFFIN 'Q 'El' SENIORS MYRON GRIGGS GEORGE HARRIS BRENDA HECK CAROLYN HILL SAUNDRA HINKLE KENNETH HOLLEY MIKE HORAN PAT HORAN Invitation 'fa x,'?' 'vvm 9?ffQi1 i' ,, ,b' I SENIORS ,IIR 1,4 Half Over REBECCA HUDSON RUTH ANN HUELSHORST ANDY JACKSON G EORGIA JAMISON CHARLES LINCOLN JO JIM KELLAR KIETHITH KING PEGGY KNIGHT BILLY RAY LACKEY WILMA JEAN LACY BRENDA LAIRAMORE LEOTA LANE all' SG WANDA LATIMORE DAVID LEHN 'LSL' .Ya Y sir i HELEN LEWIS 9" Q LARRY LEWIS "Howdy, Marshall Tiny Dillon," ha11s -J: Billy Bad Boy alias Charles Conine 1n the winning senior skit at the Govern ment Class Sock Hop. We Work Toward Scholarships And Jobs JIMMY LOGUE JAMES LOWER WYNONA MCCANDLESS DONNIE MCDONALD JANIS MCDONALD JERRY MCMA!-IEN LINDA MAEDER PAUL MARINONI MARTHA MARTIN RONALD MEADE PHILIP MEINERT MIKE MEISTRELL ,ll- i-fT'v cs -:- 33 ,,.... 3 1-:Q X gl "1 4 1 i s sr A I 'i . 5 iq- gal. ":."' Q' .4 SENIORS 1 Judy, Betty, and Gail listen attentively as Sheriff Billye tells of her exploits in "Comin' Round the Mountain" pre- sented by the dramatics class. JOHN MER EDITH NANCY MILLER JUNE MITCHELL EDDIE MORRISON 191 Y fu IO i Q' '-5" .ll I L Honors Day And Senior Day Arrive , WA X? inns' fix 'tgaugy 'en i r 'Cv , 94- i SENIORS 1 1 44.3 rf' flf' 'Qi MARK MORTENSEN PATSY MULLEN BILLYE MURPHEY ROBERT NELSON JIM NOYCE .IUDITH NUTT ADA ANN PARISH GAIL PARKS WAYNE PARRISH HELEN PASCHAL MAX PLANT MARY POYNOR :Q is S-..,, Q' QV' i 4. A -in i 'K' pn ,..-. 1 f I 'I Q Z-Xpvx Q N VIVIAN RAGSDALE SUE RICE FONTAINE RICHARDSON CHARLES ROBERTS JOHN ROBERTSON SIDNEY ROI-'F DAVID ROSS LYNDA ROWDEN DlnlngAncl Dancing At The Banquet Ancl Prom LEO RYAN JOE BOB SERG EANT CAROLYN SEXSON BETTY SIMS JAMES SMITH DON STANLEY JOYCE ANN STEELE SONA ST EPI-IAN JUNE STEWART MARTHA STOKES CURTIS STOUT CAROLYN STRANGE '37-?'G QC- Q' p-.4 Y ll 'Q' fn 436 --or 1 SENIORS ' x , wh -l Q if A W- A A, ,,, I Qi. 6. 'Vx f M I a A' Q 7 Nr 'L , 6' ' A A , Q 'P 5 " , if x N A v f 1 fa A 4- . f h . Y X A Y wi 'was' 4 . 14 L The Class Of 59 Buds FHS Farewell NADINE TROLINGER GERALDINE WAGES BRYAN WALKER CHRISTINE WARD ROBERT WATSON SUE WEIBLE BOBBY WHITFIELD LINDA KAY WILSON NOR MA WORLEY KENNETH EUG ENE YAT ES .TANICE YOES CAROLYN YOUNG fr AR CHIE ADAMS MAR Y ALEXANDER JAMES ALLEN DAN ANDERSON JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS fanis Morris, Treasurer viary Ann Hendricks, Vice-President -Iarrison Butler, President viarsha Wilson, Secretary J U n Q vi ,au 'Q'- if v X Af. WELDON BEST THOMAS BINDLEY LARRY BLANTON FRANK BLEW Y 1 nl luv E PG RUBY BOATMAN 4' 5Igf"'I A ,Ib Q ff' Bos ISOSTON A K' CLIFFORD BOWLIN ' BOYER, JANE ' 4' Qs' CAROLYN sR1cG1Ns ,Q HELEN BRONSON - as gl Y' .-:Q BERT ATHERTON MINA JO AUSTIN LOUIS BAILEY CHRISTINE BALE DANNY BARNHART LELAND BASSETT JACKIE BARTLETT SHIRLEY BEAVERS JUDYE BENTON BESS JOHN x 13 if 3 . sl 23 4-"4 l Q, -I-v I .IUNIORS V ,gy 'T 4 U ,,,, ,, ,Mia FQ N wh gba Q-41 04 ,as 99 3 for Y 3 Q T' il Q1 'WF ,sis 1 ROGER BROWN DON BURNETT ROBERT BURRIS GLENDA BURSON HARRISON BUTLER JOHN BUTT DONALD BUXTON CAM CAMERON WALLACE CARR JIMMY CATE Juniors Number 174 This Year BRUCE CHAMBERS RANDALL CHAPMAN DORIS CHEMELL I-IATTIE CLARK BARBARA COMBS PEGGY COUSINS GAYLE CURRY BOYD DAILY HEATHER DANIEL -:ap -Q 2 .410 in 5 -5.5119 fn ,,.6' A not 4.,-r 'any 057 -+4-nf 'Q' 5 JUNIORS 'UW ,Li 56 LARRY DAVENPORT BARBARA DAVIS GERRY DESKIN DEEAN DODD JERRY DUDLEY SUSAN DULAN DOUGLAS ELDERTON NANCY ESTES JUDY FERRELL HELEN FIELDS G- ' s nr "' ' IQL I 5. f, .- , ,A N, 'A 7 " ' "C, I -vA - I I' 'i I I 6' fs fi Zn .11 " -' ' -'Q ' ,Q 6 ai lk- 9 . Sf I' A A B1-:TTY CORLEY . Q I I V S' 0 L , 'iv' I Q A 3' Q ANN FLETCHER DORIS ANN FREDERICK JUDY FREEMAN MARY ELLEN FREEMAN ANNE FRONING JEANNIE FULTZ GLENN GABBARD JAMES A. GABBARD DIANNE GASPARD CORLEY GAYER f-S 41 Al' ,0 FH! at al 1 Juniors Win Volleyball Championship if "".':'9 'Ui' if NADINE HELTON 3 5' GL1-:NNA HENDERSON MARI ANN HENDRICKS ' ' 4' G PAT mzrwmzrcxs 1 , ,353 I Y Q DELBERT GIBSON KENNIE MAE GLENN STANLEY GREENWOOD ANITA GREER JUDY HALE JANET HANEY BELINDA HARRIS BONNIE HAYES FRANCIS HAYES HAROLD HAYES hat will never make the basket " Juniors practice free throws in P E Juniors get socks dirty at AQ - 3 n i ng 1 K 'X"j' NUM 4 an l --, MIKE HIGGINS JIMMY HILL T OMMY HOLDER ANNE HOLLAND Homecoming Party. BARBARA HOLLAND PRISCILLA HOLLAND VERNA HOLLINGSWORTH GERALD HOPPER CHARLES A. JOHNSON BOBBY JONES KAROLYN JONES LILLIAN JOYNER VERA LEE KEENEY BILL KEETON Juniors Join With Seniors 4-.- " 44' 40 .'g'Ks . x ,-, f Nd' ... D . 05 ' up-v rl I I bg ' 'v 'QQ FJ ...- .IUNIORS L..J" 4 Y i 'il -v ,- , L A 9 I H ,,,,., . 1 'vw I, I , r - H - , 2 - , A P 1 - '. S 3. . Q3 . V 'I I L , I 5 . 1 L ' ' , 1 N, L ggi: , A 5. 1 "Aff, 1 I WY Q , up If Q W ' W 'B ::-' , . I J I - I . - ' BETTY KING A 'Q Y ' ' BILLY LAYNE Q -f ,I JIMMY LAYNE 15- ' 1 A U- JANE LEE Y A MARVENI5 LI-:WIS 304 4? ,rg 'Ffa Q- Z7' .QI JR I 1 1 Q, His K I. F ETSEL LOFTIN 1, GARY LUNSFORD CECILIA MCDONALD LINDA MCFARLAND PHYLLIS MCFARLAND LL ff 1 'xt .Im YY PAUL MUELLER BARBARA MULKEY BOBBY NEAL DARLENE NEAL JO ANN NICKELL SANDRA NOR WOOD SUE NOR WOOD BILL OGDEN MYRALYN OSBURN PAMELA PALMER ...Q pf' --.. MARY MCKENNA A an DAVID MCNEU. JOHN MARINONI Z' ,,,, "N-r TOMMY MARTIN ONNA MER EDIT H I f DICKIE MONTGOMERY 2 i JOE MOORE JOAN MORGAN JAMES MORRIS JANICE MORRIS In Annual Prom And Banquet -If we' 'Ov JAMES PETERSON BURL PHELAN ANN PHILLIPS JUANITA PHILLIPS ANNE POYNOR KAY LYNNE PUCKETT JUDY PYEATTE MARCUS RAMSEY EVA JO RIEFF PENNY RINN JUNIORS 3 5 Y l -1 i '40 6' ,om LL., ul Q- an -Q JB 'Q rv. ,Y 36 UD N. aff? 2 I TU A A I' N. JIMMY RIGGINS JOYCE ROBBINS ALAN ROSE CHARLES RU!-'FIN REGINA RUSHING KAREN RUSSELL BETTY SHACKELFORD RHEA SI-IELTON SHARON SHOFNER EDWINA SILC OTT Excitement Aroused When Rings Arrive DARLENE SISEMORE JOHN SLAVEN JANE SMITH JIM PAT SMITH PAULA SPILLARS DARRELL STANBERRY DAVID STANDLEY LOUISE STEWART LAURA STOUT MIKE TAYLOR Purple and White Eagel Eater. Junior home room float at the Homecoming Party. 23 no 101 Y' '53 PERRY TAYLOR RICHARD T ERHUNE CAR OLYN THOMAS LELA THOMAS FRANK THROPE MARTY THURLBY BILL TUCK ELIZABETH TUNSTILL MELPI-IA UNGER 'big id DAVID VANDERSLICE BARBARA VAUGHN JANET WATSON CARROLL JEAN WHALEY -,f MARGARET WHITCHURCH '17 gi ,gi Junlors Look Forward To Senior Yeor ,ye- 9 ,.p- iff fag, ai' .Icy N -gg, Mrs Elhs and the Arnerlcan I-hstory class rema1n mn the memory of every F H S .Turuor .M 'LB ,sf fail 'A' 'W' ...J mr ""'.:' 4-if -.af BETTY WILCOX MALCALM WILCOX MARCI WILLIAMS CHARLES WILSON MARSHA WILSON ALBERT WYNN CLAY YOE KURT ZANDER if ...,,.', I n g wr Z' 4 4 0 v Q... ' -, I I , ""1Tr' A A , I . o " 5, , in 1 3 qi, Z 415 04 'iz , i n , K n . ' ',', I., my H-I Q. 'C ar ' '75 , , C I , ,5, t 3 A I I L. h Q' , I 2 x w of' f N- ,Q 1.1 'I E 4, u W Y if :Xin I ' K . I Q ' Li Q' I 5 fs ' V gr, . .IUNIORS -o tv Q H K ,ff Hur" ' 'fx 'W -'M gk' , gif . ' JW ' 'wi' . fi f' ,"'0rlv-' ' sm..-1l2.Q,, , 1.,,. ,,,- , Each sophomore waits anxiously to find out which home room will be his for three years in Fayetteville High School. -30 4-qi SOPHOMORES The '58-'59 Sophomores have now taken the first big step in their high school career. The first day of school, the wide-eyed sophomores gathered in front of the main en- trance waiting to register and make out sche- dules with the help of Mr. Powell Hines, F.H. S. Counselor. As the year progressed, they adjusted themselves into a well-developed group and helped to uphold the traditions of the school. 7 - . - M ,, ,:,v. t - J in We A vias -Yi' S4 t 9 L ', 'R' 5' . V - V 3 . f-oi e- 1 1 , 1 at I -79 ' ' M' -Q . ' 4 . vig T 1 t N Ml, ,,, "3" -3- ...- I 517-t 4 1 l 'Ili' 4- EDDIE ADAIR ANNE ADAMS DICK ALBIN DOROTHY ALLEN DORIS ALLISON LEN ANDREW JIMMY ARTHUR BETTY BAKER BOYD BARGER BOBBIE BARKER JOE BASSETT LINDA BAUCOM Wm lt an 1' '10 "' be ,,-an XDQ il Lx 64. AJR 1a -W N' if lx f A L. 4 1, ji? CLARE BEARDEN ROSE BENSON EDDIE SUE BERRY THOMAS BLAKEMORE ROY BLAKESLEE DONNA BLUNDELL CONNIE BOWERMAN SUSAN BRANIGAN BOBBY BROOKS DON BROWN LEE BROWN CAROL BUDD ,QQ ,.4n. f M. lv .LQ it 1 Qc -Q .YUANITA BURSOW MIKE CAMPBELL BILLY MAC CARR NATHAN COMBS 39 in Q Q- 6' -vsf 14"" if r' -1 'lui -L LAVERN DICKEN JIMMY DICKSON CAMILLE DUSKIN I-'REDA EASTERLING 26 in 'Vi .--. WU A A.. ROBERT FAIIRCHILD EDDIE FERRELL LOUISE FRANKE MARY JANE FREDERICK NITA FRITZ DEWEY FRITTS SOPHOMORES -U31 A' " v- ani CAROL CARTER NANCY CHESS ffdw af.. ,J S Q an -5, -I is PN as 1, 401 4"4 " 3 ,1- jwf Q., HOWARD CART ER EDNA CUNNINGHAM BOBBY CARNES JIMMY DEFFEBAUGH 'Ns Vu ,36- QN 3 Q. ,..-1 .-no ...Q ff 65 in 25, as 4.- lu i 'Wm -sg ,oo- PHIL DOZIER ALMA EDWARIIS ul' .1 29 cl' 4 MARTHA CARNES BEVERLY DENNIS 53 fr Em .i 35 QQ Ur: in Z UE UI 555 'U Za Zo me 55 22 U'-4 xo 52 'iv-1 :co no ES r-z rf I grlf 4: When yearbook pxctures were taken, there was prolonged prlmpmg, for everythmg must be perfect th1s fxrst bxg year 1n high school W 6 an .4-1 i ., A ,VVI , , , plvgi f f A'efe A , ,V g 1 x A ' x ,M , 4 i, A , K" W , 1 1 , vu ' Y I A 'E E L 91: . an . , i 1' , ' ' A f ' A ff , x , A if ' . My r 4 y , J f ,,-,,. I J" Av Q- X v ff my V -, M A ". A "Tn .'-f , R+' 3 t P ,- , V . 4.1 f , 7 ' "" I " P L ,du A il? . fa . 1, . -- f ' ' "' X ' -, J, ' A '21 -,, f X 0 Q 'ts E S' 1- 4533? 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I? 7 A ,,.a-A -6' -.4 -of un an 45 's.J X6 JAN NOLL ELIZABETH PAGE -kg av' Q -.ff R ONNIE PENNINGT ON VIRGINIA RAMSEY .IUDIT SHAR -v ,.. -aug. 3' 1-Qf 3 H NOYCE BUDDY O HARA ON PAGE EDDIE PALMER if-' .4-A 3 .1 T .-me i L.-ku rf '50 9' MIKE OLIVERA DARLENE PARRISH M .01 2g 'T if q-1 nf , fr fu- -BJIP' as Y s...- N-.1 WANDA OSBURN JAMES PA.BST DONALD PASCHAL BONNIE PENNINGTON .JON 36' 96-v Z ,ni wi' if ,..4-v ,oil X' 2 -.-Q-. 49 TERRY PETERSON WENDELL PHILLIPS ALTAMAE PIERCE CAROLYN PIERCE MARVIN PIERCE HARMON REMMEL TERRY RITCHIE MARGARET ROBINSON MAURICE ROGERS FRED ROSE ii '-sq' AL 'fm Y 'Z -AQ- ilu i a , I nr ,IA 1 AAI 2-swag ' 'U-r S-..n.-' , f x,,, Y Y '14 .-.4-Q i 2' 'C 1 ...N if avf' 1 A1 i '57 LA 4 .IEANIE ROSE SUE SALSBURY BOBBYE SAXTON SHARON SEXSON WADE SI-IAKELFORD GEORGE SHELTON MARGARET SHORT CHAIM HANNA SIECEL BILLY SMITH JAMES SMITH IERRY SMITH KATIE SUE SMITH SOPHOMORES V 4, 4 ,ldv gh, 4 4, , ' f ww, A f , 5 5 If-. 5 S, A '. - . I .p J T ' It 'N' 4 I, 'jf ,' ., , 4? 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'ai fi," 46 if 41"-M l K , n Q 1 ' i i 7 .4-Q. i TROY TAYLOR GRADY TRUAX HENRY TUCK BLAKE TUNE JUDITH WARD RANDALL TERRY KENNETH THORNSBERRY CAROLE TISDALE 4- MARION STEPHENSON JOHN TAYLOR Q' G 'Vfr' MAXINE TISDALE PHILLIP WAR FOR D .SQ T' -spy ,pl sf -pf 'T' ,gn l A af' 1 'D -6' L '14 ,sb-I an "S- +1 Q CAROL WATKINS ED WEST ALLEN WHITE CHAD WILSON JOHN WILSON TOMMY WOOD RLBY YATES CHARLES YOU G MARY YOUNTS SOPHOMORES , Q fa, , V K ' . 4 s 'Q ' 5' 6 as 4- v 5 K .av 9' 'K T -' ' , ' 4: '31 I 2 R5 , I ' I A ' y ' y : I V F . I 1 .72. I 24 3 -h Q -S , I V i - K' f ., I 4 N 1, , I . ' , I D fa -A A .-ffnrf A . I k . ' l -K 1 , 2 .VIZ M ff, A 1 ' - 1 'si' 2- Ti x, I - " 32 . ? 4 . a 'f . I4-.92-2,51 as 'Q A an V lg A 1 k . A . .., ' A' . up ' x 1 Q' V i I ' 13, '21 - - I, 41 A f L A 7 I .I ' I II N 4' . H A pep convocatxon was always a welcome prelude to Football and Basketball games The Semor P1aY'C'11'1CfaZY"1S under The Band and Chorus Jomed forces to .7 2 S sf., xf 'w Il , ,,,,,,w""""M MW wg. A ' ,l-,f'f L L vm 4 ' Q A P , . 1 Q54 , V FOOTBALL 1 L' BASKETBALL BASEBALL TRACK MISCELLANEOUS M, ,,, H o m e c o mi n g HMA. .7..,.1 M ca id s 11.111144 ,Il 1.11011 Q - 'Ll ll 1 ,7r-url lu 1, NF. fs 3-4: 725' ' VN 5. . -1 .e , 0 1 'LK Homecoming Queen 7Lunq I1 xx, Colors Day Queen .7uy9 givin u nn!! 'F' xSZ.,..l,,. HW.. Colors Day j...L, ,., Maids -lb: LL4 Ill 1111511 I f... I.. .7...,:1 1+ UK. 'J STEVE CUMMINGS, Halfback HAROLD BOHANNAN, Fullback VAN BREWER, Guard DONNIE BROWN, Guard , lg! I L J DELANO COTTON, End ,I I W.. ,ra 1 'C' , 'iv QW: CARTHAI, COBB, Halfback MIKE HIGGINS, Tackle BILL KEETON, End 4 '4 Q 1 1 I J A I I 1 W CHARLES ROBERTS, Guard DON STANLEY T ld SIDNEY ROFF, Tackle BOBBY WHITFIELD, Halfback Bulldogs Bulldogs Bulldogs Bulldogs Bulldogs Bulldogs Bulldogs Bulldogs Bulldogs Bulldogs THE UGS' TALE 26 Huntsville 0 14 Siloam Springs 12 13 Subiaco 6 9 Rogers 0 6 Springdale 0 I3 Central lSpringfieldl 7 Z7 Joplin O 34 Hillcrest QSprg.l 0 0 Parkview lSprg.J I3 E zo Harrison 7 5 WON 9 LOST 1 SPENCER BROWN, Guard JIM RIGGINS, Center M ., v. , , , , V444 ,. 'A U ' YB 'I' i I, ,Q gg cv' f' ,i , x ,jf Z ,I .. , ' ' I I gl I ""f' JZ M 7 - , U, Mid, F, vi . I x t ,V .. Q I '7V' wx Q 3 ,h.. ,-1 if ' W,-rf gi I., , , . , - - V- , V. ff - . . ,LA 8 L, if 1 I ' - -. 0 , A If ' I 1242 -t-rf V- H B1 I' L" M Kaul' .':1-gl-.... ,I .. ..,, . ..-.....,,... u!.. I' '41.9fyy"Mv :V jc " Q . , 3, u Y V,iff, 'V' , V V t b - . i I .n 5' I fa' Vg., 5 gm, ,,f 1,5 'f...,l..'2wr'Z- haf Ml ' - I J uv. 1. 1, ' K. um. , ,, ' 719131 ily' I STONEY, ANDERSON, MAX PLANT, Ends WALLACE CARR , Halfback DON BUXTON, Quarterb k ' QLDQ ' . ,Q -1 '-QW! 21 FINAL DISTRICT 1 AA STANDINGS Fayetteville Van Bur en Rogers Springdale Subiaco Harrison FINAL OZARK CO Parkview Fayetteville Central Joplin I-Iillcre st BILLY MAC CARR. F llb f'-4,5 , F 'ff 98 Y nf A ' w COY KAYLOR, Center JIM LOGUE, Quarterback an GARY LUNSFORD, Tackle MIKE TAYLOR, Halfback BUDDY O HARA G d as-.1 I 'QQ' 1 0 ' Bulldogs End Second Straight Successful Season ll I . if-f is f 1 V wa y, sl lsal if THE FAYETTEVILLE "B" TEAM - Top Row: Boyd Daily, Perry Taylor, Bill Ferrell, Chad Wilson, Bob Boston, Gerald Hopper. Middle Row: Tommy Hill, Edwin Kilgore, Fontaine Richardson, Jim Pat Smith, John Butt, Wade Shackleford, Ronnie Pennington. Front Row: Wayne Greenwood, Mike Olivera, Phil Dozier, Eugene Lancaster, HarrnonRemmel, Bill Ogden, John Slaven, Everett Hill. The 1958 football season got under way with the Bulldogs beating the hapless Hunts - ville Eagles 26-0. The 'Dogs, who were looking for a quarterback to fill in All-State Jim Shreve's shoes, found one in Jimmy Logue. Logue scored two touchdowns, one a 55 yard jaunt, while Wallace Carr and Frank STUDENT MANAGERS Larry Davenport, Dick Montgomery, Jimmy Smith, James Peterson. Blew each scored one each. The 'Dogs traveled to Siloam Springs to outlast the Panthers in a hard fought game 14-12. The margin of difference was a safety provided by Guard Don Stanley. Logue and Whitfield scored the TD's. On a rainy night the Subiaco Trojans came to town, only to be set back for the second straight year, 13-6. The Bulldog offensive display was highlighted by the running of Bobby Whitfield and Steve Cum- mings, who both scored touchdowns. The following week the 'Dogs went to Rogers to tryfor their 14th straight victory. It was the same old story. FHS had to fight for their lives every minute of the way, but they came out on top 9-0. Logue scored the TD and End Max Plant tackled a Mountaineer behind their goal-line for the two-pointer. Arch-rival Springdale, seeking revenge for the 1957 slaughter, pressed the Bulldogs before losing 6-O. Steve Cummings pushed across the winning tally. On October 18 the unbeaten Bulldogs journeyed to Springfield to meet the Central Bulldogs. The game was played on Saturday afternoon and was by far the most exciting game of the year. Logue passed to Cotton for the first TD. But Central rallied to lead Fayetteville 7-6 at halftime. It was the first time the 'Dogs had been behind at the half this season. Things looked bad until Wallace Carr ran 35 yards in the 3rd quarter for a TD, to give the 'Dogs the lead. Carr then intercepted a pass in the FHS end zone with seconds remaining in the game to save the victory. Because Van Buren hadn't been scheduled this year, the Joplin Eagles were counted as a District 1 opponent for Fayetteville. The 'Dogs romped to a Z7-O Homecoming win for Queen Nancy Miller, with Fullback Frank Blew leading the way. The 'Dogs returned to Springfield on Halloween night to play a new rival, the Hillcrest Hornets. The Hornets weren't much competition the second half of play and the 'Dogs pulled away to a 34-O triumph. .Qv X . an 1 if 'UK .zu 1958 CAPTAINS: Bobby Whitfield and Delano Cotton with Coach Clayton Spencer. The stage was set for the, big game. Fayetteville had an open date which gave them an extra week to prepare for the power- ful Springfield Parkview Vikings. Parkview and Fayetteville were un- defeated in Ozark Conference play and the winner of this game would be the Champion. The 'Dogs 18 game winning streak was also on the line. A continous rain all day long softened the field for the contest and a cloud- burst just before the game left the turf in terrible shape for football. The game was played in a sea of mud and many fumbles PRODUCERS OF THE WINNING TEAM: Coaches Spencer, Breedlove, and Hall. Two Of Our Many Touchdowns occurred. The Vikings held the upper hand, and when the dust, or rather mud, had cleared, Parkview had won 13-0. The 'Dogs met Harrison at Harmon Field in their finale. The Goblins were very weak, but the 'Dogs, after their heartbreaking de- feat, couldn't get high for the game. The Bulldogs eased by 20-7, with Whitfield's running the only outstanding feature of the game. With this victory Fayetteville tied Van Buren for the District 1-AA champion- ship. Five Fayetteville boys were named to the All-District team for 1958. They were Jimmy Logue, Max Plant, Delano Cotton, Sidney Roff, and Don Stanley. Senior end Delano Cotton was selected for the All-State squad. Wallace Carr slides by Central defenders as he scores winning TD to defeat Springfield ay V. , ,i tl 'W' jun 129 , . . , f 4- ,.'. -. vi 'TP--VI"-fu' ' ffl' f"'1.m .gn K ,E f ' -.rr W 4 '.-v -rf vv 'A -1. , ' ' ' Q- ',- ' fr- '- ' ' J . H ' A 1 j: , V Basketball 1958-59 Cotton puts 1n two of h1s 20 pomts 1n Colors Day game R1gg1ns gets loose for a lay up' 3:04 mfs, all 'QT' IW Hayes leaps h1gh as Bulldogs The 'Dogs tr1ed vahantly but and Parkv1ew battle xt out' ' Jonesboro couldn't be demed W I I D I wa? , I I - I Q , l if 2' , e ur I ' :' " , ' " x . . , N-fn ' 4' I 'I X g ei, , ,f I , V, . - l ,J I I M1 5 . 4 FRANK BLEW Jr Forward BOYD DAILY Jr Guard DON BUXTON The Fayettevxlle Bulldogs Basketball team was besetw1th d1ff1 cult1es durmg the entxre season The rnost bafflmg problems was the one of 1nexper1ence w1th 1nJur1es runnmg a close second Of the ten members of the "A' squad only three were sen1ors Seven Jun1ors were expected to carry the load Delano Cotton Sen1or center was a1l1ng for the f1rst two weeks of the season The season opened on a bleak note w1th two home court losses to MISSOUII teams Spr1ngf1eld Central squeakedby the "Dogs 50 47 and Joplm soundly trounced the home team 67 59 Harold Hayes and Jun R1gg1ns served yoeman's serv1ce by scormg 16 and27 po1nts respect1vely After losmg to Harr1son the 'Dogs found a place 1n the w1nner's cxrcle by edg1ng Rogers 1n an overt1me 40 38 Th1s tnurnph was short 11ved however for a very strong., Sprmgf1eld Parkv1ew team soundly beat the Bulldogs 72 50 Perforrnmg strongly for a losmg cause Delano Cotton IH h1s f1rst game at full strength netted 18 po1nts Follow1ng Chr1stmas vacat1on the Bulldogs looked as 1f they rrught start off the New Year r1ght when they routed Spnngdale 50 24 but the follow1ng n1ght saw the 'Dogs back 1n the same old rut and los1ng to Berryvllle 42 38 Semester exams seemed to capture more of the Bulldogs ' attent1on than the1r opponents for they comp1led four stra1ght losses S11oam Sprmgs 40 39 Harrlson 36 32 Spr1ngf1eld Central 49 43 and Joplm 66 57 Delano Cotton h1t h1s h1gh water mark of the season agamst Joplm by scormg 28 po1nts. DELANO COTTON HAROLD HAYES Jr Guard Sr Center Jr Forward I . 1 . - 1 1 . . " J 1 r ' . , 1 1 : 1 1 ' . r - , - I - , .. . - CHARLES JOHNSON LARRY LEWIS Jr Forward Sr Guard Fayettev1lle always seems stronger for the Spr1ngdale Tournament and th1s year was no except1on The 'Dogs f1nally came ahve and looked l1ke a cohes1ve team for the fxrst t1me Bentonv1lle was no match for a rejuvenated Fayettevxlle f1ve who throttled them 61 47 Throughout the Spr1ngdale Tournament the Fayettevxlle team de mostrated a hxthe rto unrecogn1zed ab1l1ty Junmy R1gg1ns passed the Z0 po1nt mark for the second t1me w1th Z1 poxnts as the Dogs trounced S1loam 66 57 The Fayettevllle team reached the seml fxnals w1th th1s v1ctory and beat a surpr1s1ngly weak Rogers team 57 52 to reach the fmals Llncoln who had been rapxdly advanclng 1n the "B"d1v1s1on of the tournament outplayedthe Bulldogs 56 53 but the Fayettev1lle team had advancedmuch further than anyone had expected Jlm R1gg1I1S t63.I'I'1 All expected a let down after the tournament and they were r1ght The 'Dogs badly 1n need of a rest were no match for Spr1ngf1eld H1llcrest who trounced them 69 51 As usual Delano Cotton dld h1s best for a losmg cause comp1l1ng Z7 pomts After a much needed rest Fayettev1lle went on a w1nn1ng streak beatmg S1loam 56 46 Rogers 45 41 Spr1ngf1eld Parkv1ew 42 41 and Sprmgdale 54 50 Th1s was a t1mely rejuvenatlon for lt placed the Bulldogs th1rd 1n the d1str1ct allowmg them to enter the State Tournament In the fmal home game of the season played before the Colors' Day Basketball queen Faye Greenwood Hxllcrest beat the Fayettev1lle Bulldogs 54 42 Delano Cotton made the All D1str1ct team for the secondstraxght year and .hm R1gg1ns was selected for All D1str1ct second team honors for 1958 59 JAMES MORRIS Jr Forward MAX PLANT Sr Center .TIM RIGGINS Jr Forward . . . . I Don Buxton, and Delano Cotton were electedto the All-Tournament FIRST ROW RogerBrown StoneyAnderson Charles W11son BobBoston and Dav1d Vander sl1ce SECOND ROW Don Brown John Slaven John L1tt1e Herman Evans and Danny Ba rnha rt ,,. ew ff Q df f-wi' "A' Team Coach Shelby Breedlove and "B" Team Coach Clayton Spencer ff! r-41' ff T- Sob- Student Managers Alan Rose Bob Burrls and Jun Smlth 2 k x , Q A 3 ,I f . 6 , L 1 , , ' , , ' ' . 1 , , ' , . bf . ..,?..., H . . .-,J,y,, . .... , ., " 5 1: '-- 9 . fmt? V "fig, ' gg N 5'-5.1. :-' V X 'vmagtjfxj V - 1' - . f ' q "RSL . 5 P f - . M A S 5 - gy. H' " : i ' fi? rr 4 ,y , W - . ' .Q f K J! i A v Y , , ,3 A ,ffl , , Z - 'pr .J " 4 . ' '-, 4-4 I -1' , fi r ' A 1 Y' J C' J '3ff-M3311 1f.- e e f , , ' A , , ' " 1 , qw ' g x if f - h' ,, 'M " " Lf' J , Y ' -J, :Q I ' 3 , V X A A Q , Q ' J Y 7 . y 4 h l u WE THEY 47 Springfield Central 50 59 Joplin 67 4l Harrison 51 40 Rogers 38 50 Springfield Parkview 72 50 Springdale 24 38 Berryville 42 Siloam Springs Harrison Springfield Central Joplin SPRI NGDALE TOURNAMEN T Bentonville Siloam Springs Roge r s Lincoln Springfield Hillcrest Siloam Springs Rogers Springfield Parkview Springdale Springfield Hillcrest r l I 1 The 'Dogs nervously await clash with Jonesboro their final game WX Two points for Cotton in loss to Hillcrest STATE TCURNAMENT The Bulldogs ' first game in the Arkansas State AA AAA tournament was against the Mabelvale Lions The much improved Dogs were unde featable as they scored 65 points to their oppo nents 39 Larry Lewis was the high point man of the game with 18 points and Jimmy Rxggins was close behind with 17 This game was the high point ofthe Bulldogs' '58 59 season In the second game the 'Dogs ran into one of the perennial strong teams in the state the Jones boro Hurricanes Fayetteville was no match for the more polished Jonesboro team which was not as tall as Fayetteville but out re bounded the Bulldogs all night Delano Cotton performed admirably for a losing cause scor 1ng Zlpoints as the 'Dogs lost 58 43 Jones boro went on to defeatat the hands of the host team Fort Smith Fort Smithwon the tourna ment as they defeated Van Buren Fayetteville started off with a poor record but never gave up and ended in a better position than expected The student body of FHS appreciates their de termination and looks forward to a great bas ketball season next year 39 ' 40 32 ' 36 47 ' ' 49 57 ' 66 61 ' 47 66 ' ' 57 57 42 53 ' 56 5l ' ' ' 69 56 ' ' 46 45 41 ' 42 ' ' ' 41 54 ' 50 42 ' ' ' 54 Aj y J .y G. i U. . . X ' - ' -- . 1 ' F .4 I, . ' . - ti Q t 1 , , , ,f B. D 7 f' N ' . ' J U l 1 ' f ' 1 g . Max Plant teamcaptain remains calm Harold lets one fly m a thr1111ng home game 41 m the face of an opponent Charles Johnson releases a um shot J P durlng a "B" team game Nancy does a good Job of 4 l..,s- controlhng Peppy the school's mascot 1 ' 4 x A N W ss, .1 ' l I ' effii M 3 ,, f V1 I E In i W kkg, . y A Af' I A 5 55 , l TRACK 1959 01A -f-1 V ll !aHs 4 41 nu N' ' Members of the 1959 Track Team are Qback rowl .hm Logue B111 Keeton Jerry Henson John Butt Wallace Carr Wayne W1111ams Don Brown Davxd McNeal Perry Taylor Charles Andrus Spencer Brown .hm Robertson Steve Cummmgs and Gerald Hopper fFront rowl Stony Anderson Charles Ruffm James Pabst Allan Wh1te Tom Harnman M1ke Campbell Howard Carter Dav1d Durham Robert Fa1rch1ld Van Brewer and Gregg Holland Not p1ctured are Bllly Lackey and Bob Wh1tf1eld a-. X nmumw .AV 'vw u"' ti if Bobby Wh1tf1eld semor letterman Steve Cummmgs semor letterman I V5 501 1-.l:""'3UHl is 'W' 'YK JL. I Ill! Senlor members are J1m Logue Wallace Carr Steve Cummmgs and Spencer Brown Student managers are Pat Saylor and Kenny Hanshew - , u -, , I -, TA q Q -- i I 7 4 D ' 'I 'I O .. ' I 71 V . V 1 ik, .fn, A , J, , br' s. 4" L f ' 1 Q 1 fe - E Q1 ' 7- -' ' 4 - pr' ' K, - l - Cv,-1'vr. v . A I 5 . ., A ' i k , M at 1 i I .I ,F 1 I ,H s - A 4 ,, Y 1 , , f ln, Q 0 ' A 4'-11 A ' 4 4-A N 4' J . . . I . Y I I I l ' I I I I I I I . I l I ' I Q I I ' I U I . I I . I . 1 I I ' . I I 'W , y A 1 . ,ly fig 5 1 C, 1 m, , rm . gf 5 0 I ,.,,,, , 1 , , ' ,, I-jp, , ' "1 g.-!.f " 1, ' L 1 ' ff - W I we 'wf"1i,,. I - . L - lxfun . A sfnsyhg 1- A 1 A . 1 337 -,fs if . e X A ' 5 . i,L-ig9re1' C' 'S'- 'L' Q , ki'N C O K A A wg y -W .M I 4., , My Lv: ,S ' ,. . M 'aA.'ifi? . . " " K 4 1 5 'CW Y t 1 f " A . , M -L y 1 K' gg., I ' .- Tr f is - 1 , . , . . . , . I - Q V K W.-. C 1' v ,W - Q 'C -Q NJ ' I cr --ff 41 ' 7 -m Y 753, I , A V. f A, - , S fy Q4 .4 -'r it I,y t , ' B , . N , if sw . 1- Q V A U K , -4 Q, 7 - Q p " ' I .1 - .1 vi I A - . 2. X xx f A , , 1 - 'I ' i' r" li of M. 75, s. f ' s I . ' X - ' , .1 qv- . , , J W A . , v V up x Q . . 7 I - BASEBALL 1959 The members of the 1959 Baseball team are lback row! Delano Cotton Ph1ll1p Cate Charles Johnson Sxdney Roff Bob Burns James Morris .hm Boyd and Larry McCawley lFront rowl Boyd Daxly Larry Lewls Tommy Hmll Tom B1ndley Carthal Cobb Randall Wr1ght and J1m McClelland Heb- U-:ru-Q 5' an-ad' The p1tch1ng staff The 1l'lf1e1deI'S X 'L Sen1or members of the team are Delano Cotton Larry Lewxs Ph1ll1p Cate S1dney Roff and Carthal Cobb I' , f' ,. ' ,5,,vL1lf.. ' ff" ' '5'7: ""f',.fb 'F7',,.,'5 ' l ' . I l . I ' I I I ' I ' . 1 . I ' I ' I 1 7 ' Q , 4 . W M y V 2 . I . K ' ' V V 4 I ,, ' xh 'NUQ 353. fxrfy .- . -2 , A 'ly . 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M...-V n . xV..... 1 . . ?? -2135 1 U ff - irq 'N W Nf'vp!, ! 3 'PMQE I 1 X A 2 3 .1 'va A' 4' E, ,, I ,R r LQ ORGANIZATIONS E SERVICES FEATURES BOOSTERS 'Y 11 1 A I ' "'i 'Vi BM tw E rpm? 'Wkeit f , M ,vsih 1 va I My Akll ii, ,ji J f fi, 5 i ' Spirit reigned as the twirlers and drum major escorted the band in snappy marches and formations during halftime ceremonies. Majorettes: Barbara Martin, Linda Luper. First Row: Dick Albin, Steve Amis, Jackie McCain, Ann Adams, Roy Blakeslee, Mary Alexander. Second Row: Kenneth Brewer, Jackie Baker, Bobby Brooks, Eugene Lancaster, Etse1Loften, Randall Chap- man. Third Row: Carl Clyne, Joe Bassett, Robert Burris, Jimmy Layne, Bruce Chambers, James Morris, Joe Moore. With Joy, Tears We'lI Always Hear A faniiliar and pretty asset to anyband is the majorettes. Ours are: Barbara Martin, Linda Luper, Vickie Gan- slen, Penny Rinn, and Lola Gardenhire. L? ... 'Ms s- ' ' ' R , . . ,.,....,,f Majorettes: Vickie Ganslen, Penny Rirm, Lola Gardenhire. Mascot: Brenda Bowen. First Row: Dorothy Allen, Pat Heinlen, Rita Stanley, June Tackett, Linda Lawson, Carolyn Thomas. Second Row: James Allen, Ada Parish, Judith Nutt, Mina Austin, Lillian Joyner, Mary Mathias, David Higgins, Marian Johnson. Third Row: Carl Stubbs, Tom Murphy, Edd Palmer, Frank Thorpe, John Wilson, Edwin Kilgore, Boyd Barger, Roy Tillery, Mr. Willis. The Bond Playing Our Prairie Jump CARL CLYNE, Drum Major ,' .J If ,:. ,J n pg 98- -990 gig' '44 -AZ 13,4 ' O3 ,.- Q ph 37 1 0 'EG' i - 9 4, Q2 RQ' Q3 Yi . if - ' N-'chi Qu?- nua n- 'QA The '58-'59 Band makes a very impressive picture whether seen on a football field or marching smartly down Dickson Street. .Miva P4 WV' 0954 "Oh Say Can You See" is a familiar verse to the Flag team, Bette Greer, Becky Hud- son, Joe Anne Thuringer, and Judy Ferren- berg, as theypresentthe flag at home games. ,Dv hr Pepper officers are: Nancy Miller , presidentg Bette Greer, corresponding secretaryg Betty Geurin, vice-president, Marilyn Barron, sergeant, Judy Ferren- berg, treasurer, Sue Rice, standard bearer and Carolyn Hill, 'recording secretary. M ROW ONE: Sandra Banks, Marilyn Barron, Ashley Beauchamp, Judye Benton, Jane Boyer, Glenda Burson, Alice Burt, Peggy Carter. ROW TWO: Carolyn Cearley, SidneyCornbs, Diana Deatherage, Ann Elliott, Nancy Estes, Judy Ferrenberg, Helen Fields, Anne Froning, Betty Geurin. ROW THREE: Anita Greer, Bette Greer, Bea Harris, Frances Hayes, Brenda Heck, Nadine Helton, Mari-Ann Hendricks, Carolyn Hill, Priscilla Holland. 21 fv Ni' an M 26 A -is ,, w W ,, ':, ' J ILA Fayetteville High School Cheerleaders for '58-'59 are: AshleyBeaucharnp, Mari-Ann Hendricks Linda Wilson, Karolyn Jones, Nancy Miller, Anne Froning, and Mindy Walker, Mascot. Peppers Promote Good Sportsmanship ROW ONE: Becky Hudson, Georgia Jamison, Karolyn Jones, Phyllis McFarland, Linda Maeder, Nancy Miller, Janice Morris, Barbara Mulkey. ROW TWO: Sandy Norwood, Anne Poyner, Sue Rice, Carolyn Sexson, Rhea Shelton, Sharon Shofner, Edwina Silcott, Sona Stephan, Joe Anne Thuringer. ROW THREE: Doloris Tisdale, Janet Watson, Caroll Jean Whaley, Marci Williams, Linda Wilson, Marsha Wilson, Norma Worley, Barbara Vaughan, Mrs. LaVerne Heflin. 26 1' r 11 4 f-6 B Q11 1 ' ' X' A.. I Brenda Heck treasurer Karen Russell h1stor 1an D1ana Deatherage p r e s 1 d e n t Wh1tney Halladay vxce pre s1dent and Rhea Shelton secretary plan posters for Apple Pol1sh1ng Day A9 .aa '35 48' 15" "" s.... 'bw 3 D5 we 31 -an -O' FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Observmg c la s s wo rk at Bates Elementary School was a new act1v1ty of the Henry Hotz Chapter of Future Teachers of Amer1ca Members f FTA went dur1ng thexr study hall each day for three weeks to observe the grade of thexr cho1ce FTA also had Apple Pol1sh1ng Day at f1rst semester testt1me 1napprec1a t1on of the faculty Mxss Velma Hall sponsors FTA wh1ch 15 aff1l1ated wlth state and re g1onal chapters ROW 1 Boyd Barger Lxnda Baucom Rose Benson Edd1e Sue Berry and Jane Boyer ROW 2 Susan Branlgan Vada Burson Cam Cameron Carolyn Cearley andB rbara Dav1s ROW 3 D1ana Deather age Susan Dulan Nancy Estes V1Ck1C Ganslen and Kaye Grxgsby ROW4 Judy Hale Wh1tney Halladay Bea Harr1s Frances Hayes BrendaHeck SueHembree Mar1 Ann Hendrlcks Carolyn H1ll and Becky Hudson ROW 5 Ruth Huelshorst Leota Lane Carolyn L1erly L1nda Mc Farland Phyllxs McFarland Barbara Mart1n Nancy Mxller Judy Noyce and El1zabeth Page ROW 6 Mary Poynor Margaret Roblnson Reg1na Rush1ng Karen Russell Rhea Shelton Jane Srruth Marty Thurlby Paula Walker Margaret Wh1t church and Marc1 W1ll1ams ,35 lb gf-I 'i LLILJ 01 .-If '74 JP' 4- E ,, -sm 44, Lf' ,-r 7. --5 ,P C X if fy, . t xx I ' . o .JK- , 9 , ' - ' . . 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As- sistants studied the Dewey Decimal system and the FHS library's ovsm methods of procedure. ROW 1: Christine Bale, Eddie Sue Berry, Judy Brown, Vada Burson, Cam Cameron, Heather Daniel, Gerry Deskin, and Lavern Dicken. ROW Z: Kennie Mae Glenn, Bette Greer, Kaye Grigsby, Kenny Hanshew, Jane Lee, Jan Middlebrook, June Mitchell, and Pat Mullen. ROW 3: Anne Poynor, Mary Poynor, Maurice Rogers, Katie Sue Smith, Phyllis Stanberry, Carolyn Thomas, Marty Thurlby, Melpha Unger, and Margaret Whitchurch. HL,,4W Library Club officers: Kennie Mae Glenn, re- porter, Margaret Whitchurch, vice-president, Judy Brown, president, Marty Thurlby, treas- urer, and Anne Poynor, secretary, admire copies of the Encyclopedia Britannica, a new addition to the library this year. M.. h ,, lf fb Mrs. Chester Dixon, FHS librarian and sponsor of Library Club, helps a student, Phyllis Stan- berry, find a book. myi- '3 I . 1 2 5 : 'E .9 A Y L21 ,4 3-C' ie 4, K., yi QW. IT - ' -J 'F . v s 9- l ' 5 5 ,, .Qi A is -, -i - t - 4 A , . -P P Q- V ' mi N Y Officers serving the club are Greer, trea- surer, Hendricks, secretary, Brown, pres uf x ,X fi L "yy identg Anderson, vice-president, Froning courtesy chairman. 26 CLUB PROMOTES ATHLETIC INTEREST'- IQ! -4 'L af? U .J O Mrs. L. B. Andrew, spon- sor, talks with Carroll Jean following the activities of Colors Day. "Now we must plan for the Athletic Banquet. x -- if j Q 4 Q1 Q .,. L1 ' Y - 'U' L 4 r Q v. 'T 81 f Triumph over the Joplin Eagles ended a perfect Homecoming for Queen Nancv andher maids Anne, Linda Kay, Paula, and Judy. ROW ONE: Eddie Adair, Stoney Anderson, Van Brewer, Donnie Brown, ROW TWO: Lee Brown, Spencer Brown, Delano Cotton, Steve Cummings, Diana Deatherage, Judy Ferrenbe rg, Anne Froning, Anita Greer, Bette Greer. ,L .vw , is AA fy 25 f ,0 L-gl -fr Y? 'f Nr if Y Ban QLLSN Pkg QL , t , , can i Lg' Qs J LY'X.S'WRr9. D A X15-x .3 - f' ' riffs' S 1 7 nl X, I Wx , X , xs 20030 44+ H 5 4 4-21- ls ,Q Following tense moments of excitement and antici- pations, Colors Day Queen Faye and her maids Judy, Sandy, Paula, and Linda Kay could sit still only long enough to have their pictures taken. ROW ONE: Mari-Ann Hendricks, Becky Hudson, Charles Johnson, Jan Noll. ROW TWO:Judy Noyce, Ronnie Pennington, Fontaine Richardson, Alan Rose, Marian Stephenson, Pat Stuckey, Carroll Jean Whaley, Bobby Whitfield, Chad Wilson. sr -fi, 'SV .Ci Qsi., Neither rain, nor snow, nor cold could keep Judy, Diana, and Alan from de- corating the goals! Promoting athletics is the purpose of the 26 Club. This year, they have certainly tried to carry this out. Beginning the school term, they helped Coach Spencer and the team by selling sea- son football tickets. Homecoming was an exciting moment for everyone, especially the queen and her maids. The club bought them flowers and our sponsor spent an hour or so teaching the girls when and where to walk. Before each home game, the goal post decorations were a must! During basketball season was Colors Day. "Keep Colors in Colors Day" was the theme adopted by the club. Convocation, which was enjoyed by most of the students, was only one of the highlights. The re were the door decorations, the selling of the Bulldog pennants, and the announcement of the queen and maids that night at the Peppers' Spaggetti Supper. The Athletic Banquet was the last big job for the club. This took long hours of pre- paration and hard workfrorn the members. 1 S s A A s f " Q "-'ssh ff, to :f M 1 fi ,li W Y if MSL-:L 1 2 A k rn 1 K . fl- STUDENT COUNCIL . 'fy 8 gww, iffy ,MQ I ' if ' . sl , "" ' .7 '57 , ' A ,, '- 52 S s y A 35 ' ,f -:- . v L 'K .,,, i 5 Fontame B1ll Rebecca Alan Joe Anne Mrs Cecil Richardson Ogden Hudson Rose Thurmger Lawson Pres1dent Vlce Pres Secretary Treasurer Reporter Sponsor The 1958 59 Student Councxl has kept busy w1th many act1v1t1es These 1nclude the Un1ted Fund Dr1ve Home comlng party Pa r e nt s Chr1stmas party ed1t1ng and sellmg Stud ent D1rector1es repa1r1ng parkmg lots and Rel1g1ous Emphas1s Week They have been act1ve 1n D1str1ct State and Nat1onal Assocxanons and have attended Natmnal State and Dxs tr1ct Conventlons si Carol Jean Whaley Harnson Butler Marsha W1lson Carl Clyne and Sona Stephan at the D1str1ct 1 Convent1on at Fort Snuth Fall Semester Representat1ves ROW 1 Donme Brown LOUISE Brown Harr1son Butler ROW 2 Carl Clyne Ph1l Doz1er Sue Hembree Carolyn Hmll Coy Kaylor B1lly Lackey Ona Meredlth ROW 3 Nancy Mlller '99 Jan Noll Ronme Pennmgton Barbara Vaughn Carol Jean Whaley Marsha W1lson Clay Yoe RL an sf - I ' . . . . ' J - ' . ' . ' 0' - 1 , , . . . 1 2 V 4 3 1 a n gf? , - l4s.,Qd f 7 1 I ! . I : l Y . Y . ' : I . l I I Q of V .., f ' . 1 ' 2 V 32 ,K v Nm . . ' ' ' ' N' ' ' err, J' fy : ' ' , Qi NV' , - UV . I E, , , , ,fri 1,1 I , Q 7' M4 Lvl, -, :z cr. f , 'ii , W I , , 1 ,, i Q 1, f" " N ,JI "- ' "' ' ' E, ' 5 V , 1 - ', -- 1.-:,,, S r Q . " -gf f 3 tr -v' .T 1 6 T 42 4 N V f A V, L 5- W - "' W W' , 'Qi' 'LQZ - f- V I .f ' -elf L V" ' T "' f ' -. r N . I 4 K ,ag 55 Z3 ...J null lx! 'Hs '35 gi- Q. 5,256 s.g 644, W W Wax if 4.9 -Ab li ,Que L J C ROW 1 Judy Benton Lou1se Brown Al1ce Burt Harr1son Butler Carol Carter Carl Clyne Ph1l Dozler ROW Z Judy Hamm Paul MZIIDOHI Ada Ann Par1sh Romue Pemnngton Joyce Robbms J1mmy Sm1th Pat Stuckey ROW 3 Carol Jean Whaley Marsha Wxlson Barbara Vaughn Sprlng Councxl members durlng a Tuesday bus1ness meetln Plannxng the Hornecomlng party g Spmng and Chr1strnas part1es d coratxng the halls and trees Chnstmas g1v1ng reports and d1s Fall Counc1l members deep 1n a Thursday d1scuss1on Ineetlng cuss1on 1n counc1l and sponsormg daxly b1ble readxngs for home rooms are among the dutxes of counc1l mem bers Alan wraps the baluster wxth crepe paper durxng the Hohday Season. vi .v 2 - I 'f V xv 1:3 - 4 -f ' 4 M . ... 1... H N 7, V 19 fr , he ,X ' , , w V It .3 f- 2 1 F X , 'G i ' A 1 -1 4 '-Q '4 A' Q, 1. ' ' 2, ' , f U 3 Y m, s Y Y Z . ., : , , -' b 1 x y Jaw I 3 I 1 7 v , Y , I ' Y ' : Y I I ' 1 . 1 Q u 7 e ' W ' at X , 1 " -, . YE lx Q K 'Aj . Student Council Sponsors Service Groups if The responsibility of preparing the Home- coming Party, the Spring Party, and the Parents Christmas Party fell upon the mem- bers of the party committee. In this group were Carl Clyne, Marsha Wilson, Judy Hamm, Ronnie Pennington, Fontaine Richard- son, and Harrison Butler. .met The evaluation committee members were res- ponsible for determining the reaction of the stu- dent body to school functions. From their polls they sought means to improve upon these school activities. Picturedare Billy Lackey, Barbara Vaughn, Ona Meredith, and Sue Hembree. The traffic patrol squad gives an invaluable .service to the school by helping enforce the traffic rules and helping prevent undue mis- haps. Shown a re Ronnie Meade, Charles Roberts, and Jim Noyce. Other members of the patrol are Jim Pat Smith, Gary Luns- ford, Mike Higgins, Phillip Cate, and David Standley. a,""" .Lg Y li i Q is an S 41, 7""""" at , wir . The poster committee was active in promoting all school activities from football games to the Science Fair with its colorful and interesting posters. Here Deean Dodd, vice -president, Pat Horan, presidentg and Mari Ann Hendricks, sec- retary look over the plans for a new poster. ,i Student Council Provides Fun And Experience The representives for the fall semester of Student Council enjoy a party given in their honor. This was a pleasant ending for eighteen weeks of work and achievement, The election officials, Joe Anne Thuringer, Barbara Vaugn, John Slaven, and Alice Burt, look on as Linda Wilson casts her vote. The set up and the regulation of the balloting for cheerleaders was carried on by the Student Council. x.5"iPx t, ff!! F, X ' ,x 5 2 9. K , 5 i - O 5' T wmv A ff 7 1 , The speech by each of the prospective candi- dates for Student Council Offices is a climax to a week of campaigning. Here Marsha Wilson, candidate for secretary, addresses the stu- dent body. ,sn Q The Student Council Officers were responsible for coordinating and supervising the activities for the year. The officers were Rebecca Hudson, secretaryg Fontaine Richardson, presidentg Alan Rose, treasurerg Joe Anne Thuringer, reporterg and Bill Ogden, vice president. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Ex 'Z Z!! AZ' 5 L Officers: Carolyn Hill, treasurerg Steve A.mis, presidentg Diana Deatherage, secre- taryg Fontaine Richardson, vice -presidentg and Janice Yoes, historiang look over the minute s lu. NHS Encourages Character They carry the Light of Learning 41 bviww 21 23 LZ! AIA, "13- Steve Amis Judy Brown Spencer Brown Vada Burson Carl Clyne Diana Deatherage Judy Ferrenberg Betty Geurin Brenda Heck Carolyn Hill Rebecca Hudson Georgia Jamison Leota Lane Phrlxp Memert Nancy M1ller 4 Q 0 Eddle Morrxson .4-3, Q Jrm Noyce Mary Poynor Fontame Rmhardson 6 Sona Stephan .lamce Yoes 'vlrs G C Elhs Mxss Bermce Karnes Scholorshlp Leoclershlp Servlce Mr Powell Hmes recerves the scholarshxp trophy for 209 from Steve Amxs elif Fontame Rxchardson Betty Geurm and Edd1e Morrrson plan NHS projects The sprmg 1n1t1ates were a lxttle elated Prctured are Mary Alexander, Karen Russell, Ma r s ha W1l s on , Karolyn Jones, Margaret Wh1tc hu r C h B111 Ogden, Bob Boston, Harrrson Butler, John Slaven, and Clay Yoe I ,.-I M A I' N ' V do l-V , , ' ' 'V 3, I Q- ' Q- I li V 1 . U U , X Q I b 'v l Don Stanley 4 , ,. ,t 1' g, 1 I .Q ' -'A , ., -.5 . - if '- T 1 fl K A A . . -. I . ARK! td-A .W , W , l C I I I I A fm of -, .. 41 B 'WL fm my +R' X gan, gg- KEY CLUB of, N' , ,M pw! sg S . ,.:l.Q 03450 .IKQA-i . ' Q5 cas.,-'N -Qflfs-Q., - hge. A 245,50 S tif Xgxqx il, " .,I'il Officers serving the club are Bobby seated Eddxe Stony Sherwood and Mr I-hnes sponsor Not p1ctured Frank Blew Bobby and Eddie present some of the safety patrol boys thexr medals for a Job well done Throughout the year the Key Club an 1nternat1onal servlce group for H1gh school boys carrles on several projects The ma1n projects of 58 59 were the Pancake Breakfast Magazme Dr1ve Lawn Project and Safety Patrol Day -,, Another servxce performed by the club 18 the raxsmg and lowermg of the flag 1n front of the school each day ROW ONE Edd1e Ada1r Stony Anderson Danny Barnhart Frank Blew Bob Boston Harrxson Butler Don Brown Spencer Brown RogerBrown ROW TWO Sherwood Charlton CarlCly'ne Steve Cumrmngs Larry Davenport DannyDuVall Andy Jackson Charles Johnson Coy Kaylor David Lehn J ui I ' - Q I 1 1 . y 0 1 Y 1 J , . . . g ' - 1 -I 7 - . 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Q 3 X 3 v' 13211, NOW' NENAQM -I Once a year most of the FHS students spend flrst perxod mdulgmg xnpancakes at the Key Club's annual breakfast What so proudly we ha1l L ROW ONE B111 Ogden Alan Rose W1lson Durmg the summer several mem bers attend the natxonal conventxon Last summer It was held 1n Ch1cago w1th Stony Anderson Alan Rose Edd1e Morr1son Sherwood Charlton and Charles Johnson attendmg Here they learned the xrnportance of 'Forward Freedom Th1s year's sweetheart IS Nancy M1ller Davxd McNeal Ph1l1p Memert Mzke Mexstrell James Morns Eddle Morr1son Buddy O'Hara M1ke Ol1vera Fontame Rlchardson ROW TWO Harmon Remmel John Slaven Jxmmy Sm1th Dav1d Standley Fred Stuckey Bobby Wh1tf1eld Chad AA: su-ll ""' as I? 1 .1 'Bulb 11 4-L A 's 1 f wi ll ' ---I! . 1, O ', . I I , - i , ' 1 . I I . 7 I 4 33 0 ll H V 7,-an ' I y I . I ' D Y I , af, C. , z- ff 1 2- 4 - ' v ' ,gg R , X C ' A h -'Q-Q ll A 1 'E Q H y 1 Q xr , .1 -:J .1 . -P ' -It rj, H - , , - , Science Club Dlvlcles S"f"f'f'U'3S'?""'f'l'l" Into Two Groups- Physical And Biological ll A large increase in membership in the FHS Science Club brought about a division into two groups - physical and biological. The club grew from 30 in 1957-58 to 98 in 1958-59 63 ofthese were inthe physical group 35 were in the biological group Officers were the same for both groups except each had its vice president Mike Meistrell was president Charles Johnson physical vice president John Slaven biological vice -presidentg Philip Meinert, secretary- treasurerg and Jim Noyce, reporter. Mr. Joe Roberts sponsored the physical group, and Mrs Houston Taylor sponsored the biological rou Projects of the club included a science de monstration night a science convocation and the second annual FHS Science Fair Also guest speakers talked to the club and science movies were shown nh FIRST ROW Mrs Houston Taylor biological sponsor Mike Meistrell president Charles Johnson physical vice president SECOND ROW John Slaven biological vice presi dent Philip Meinert secretary treasurer Mr Joe Roberts physical sponsor Jim Noyce reporter 1' Science Fair winners Back Row Danny Imler Mike Meistrell Jim Noyce Bill Ogden Front Row Steve Amis BertAther ton Don Brown John Graves 44 ag -P1 x llglx 'T C' as ,, 9 QQ 11' v- -3 if 4 KK! FIRST ROW Steve Amis Bert Atherton Mina Jo Austin Danny Barnhart Marilyn Barron Clara Bearden Judye Benton Eddie Sue Berry John Bess SECOND ROW Larry Blanton Bob Boston Jane Boyer Bobby Brooks Don Brown Lee Brown Roger Brown Spencer Brown Carol Budd THIRD ROW Juanita Burson Harrison Butler Mike Campbell Carol Carter Randall Caselman Sherwood Charlton Carl Clyne Charles Conine Delano Cotton 5 g P. . . . , . . , . - . . . . l , ' 9 , , ' - ' 3 , ' ' ' . i 4 ,.......- 5 Q r 'T ' ,M , gf . I A li V , N' ,ii I E' , , ' . tl 5 'N P ' : . , . . . . . 2 Y S . . , . 3 , . . , . I . , ' ' - ' . 9 9 ' , - : I . . . - .- I , I g . . . , - Q . , 5 ' , . A nvlzny, ., I y '21 '41 ,. J ...,, q ,S b V 9 .2 r - ' 1 . ' -V T Q 5 2 5 , -0 is f' A - so -v Y ' T s fr ' , " '.- v " 1 g its A ,, ,R ,N R XM ,gt Q" - 4 g A he ' . Q. , , . , y or . 1 , 1 i A Q .Z s 2 ' 4 A '- A " Q? .-J 4-'Q J.: L -2- J -f -2- A ii- . I -f r I iff - A -, 5 ' , H -3 5 1 , 5. . 'fr ' ' J i -,v -, 1 1 f f X J -' ' . fs- 4 I , - ...,. ' V w- ' V Y , t ,.,, J-, A' ' 'A' 5 'flu 2 ' , . ' ' , , ' , 1 1 D , - 3 1 1 I I I 3 9 I u 2 ' , ' , ' , . . 1 I I 0 iq QQ td S" -.J wi KQA Nr ,Q .ai- -sav R4 ,tk :haf I' lual 10 xg D ff A-J I An 84' f' -71' KR " J., Aa- 4: '95 X 4.4.19 -ss it mx za ii .Xp ZR hal film Row ONE ,.., Larry Daven 5 in 'O' port Dxana "' ' " Deatherage Susan Dulan Lmnda Dunlavy M Dav1d Durham Cam1 us 1D mp ag o er a1rc 1 ax e ton ROW TWO Judy Ferrell N1ta Fr1tz Juamta Gabbard Dee Goff Nancy Gordon B1llGraue Wh1tneyHallady George Harms, Sue Hembree. ROW THREE F1'anC1S Hayes, Gerald Hopper, M1chael Horan, Patr1ck Horan, Rebecca Hudson, Danny Irnler, Charles A Johnson, Charles L Johnson, Bobby Jones ROW FOUR Gary Keenan, Tommy L1les, Mary Sue Mar1non1, Paul Marmom, Wynona McCandless, Jams McDonald, Bob McK1nney, Dav1d McNeal, Ronn1e Meade. ROW FIVE L1nda Maeder, Ph1l1p Me1nert, M1ke Melstrell, Paul M1lam, Nancy M1ller, .Toe Moore, Edd1e Mornson, R1chard Mueller, Bobby Neal ROW SDC Bob Nelson, Jun Noyce, Jud1th Nutt, Bxll Ogden, James Pabst, Ada Ann Par1sh, Vlfglnla Ramsey, Harmon Remmel, Fontame R1chardson ROW SEVEN Charles Roberts, Dav1d Ross, Bobbye Saxton, George Shelton, Chalm S1egel, John Slaven, James Sm1th, Kat1e Sue Srruth, Mary Susan Sm1th ROW EIGHT Sona Stephan, Marxan Stephenson, Ph11 Stewart, Carolyn Thomas, Chad W1lson, Carolyn Young, Charles Young Not p1ctured IS Wayne Goodrmch 40 I 'J 1' C I H , A AH, r H , A X V ,, 2 ag M, ,. 3 V v V ,Y , - , ,,, f I I " Av Q " X . - - a. W 4 5 ' Y, I 4 - , Y' ,. V I 1. 'I , -gg. , " 1 sz, u ' 1: ' FJ-, ,V " ' , ' ,g , , x 2: A X " ' N - ,., ' A ' 1 ' t 1: . if '3 Q 4' X 6- S. A, ff? ,V , I ,,,, 'Q 1 ' 'rf -. rr. J 3 T ' -19 :. , - L ' .':. '-H" .... - w W ,, fy V I J ' V 7? V, f' fl , V A f W ,, f V, ' , r ' . W , V.. v f , ff, v M ,u V! 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I l I The Lay Adv1sory Comm1ttee met w1th the Govern ment Class to plan 1nternsh1ps and pract1ces x ' ig an zansbap ra 0 ff-M2133 ffv' fvmorfowb cffdr gs 'P Government Class Interns Wlth Community The Government class operatmg on the ph11osphy of learmng through part1c1pat1on offers many and vaned act1v1t1es to the students It also prov1des a program of workmg w1th adults 1n the communlty Thus the class f1nds out for themselves what makesa commun1tyt1ck A of th1s IS 1n add1t1on to work done 1n the textbook iff SPUKIR OF HOUSI Jerry McMahen left was the Sock Hop Charles Johnson talks w1th Speaker Kmg for the Government Class annual Fleeman ofthe House durmga sess1on Sock Hop Jerrywon as the semor can as page 1n the Arkansas Legmslature at chdate L1tt1e Rock 6 C 1 1 ' 1 A ,Ez ' 1-W- 1- V' I if-R ' ' 9 ' , an tn F' W an 5. 0 0 , 'Y k.k' 1 I 9 ' . , , . Linda Kay Wilson and Mickey Cain kept the scrapbook for the year The scrap book includes all written reports com munications to the class and other acti vities participated in Jerry Coppage secretary B111 Fields vice president Edd.1e Morrison pre sident and Sue Rice vice secretary were the officers of the Government Class These students helped organize committees for different practices dur ing the year if -. '3 H.. Q, -- G In 3 - 4 gi? if :ll . .fi 1 lp 'ex .su l S xx . fi r A 0' 5 ' 3 ' W , .: If I -EJ AT f ' N' v 'R ., if ' l z z- Ee' .Q W . L J -f ROW ONE: Christine Baker, Alice Burt, Mickey Cain, Phillip Cate,Jerry Coppage , Diana Deatherage ,Bill Fields , and Carolyn Hill. ROW TWO: Becky Hudson, Charles Johnson, Patsy Mul- len, Billye Murphy, Jim Noyce, Sue Rice, Sona Stephan, and Joe Anne Thuringer. ROW THREE: Linda Kay Wilson, Janice Yoes, Eddie Morrison, and Mrs. G. C. Ellis, sponsor. ,. 4 King Eugene Lancaster and Queen Judy Noyce ROW ONE: Mary Ruth Alexander, Stony Anderson, Danny Barnhart, Bob Boston, Roger Brown. ROW TWO: Glenda Burson, Harrison Butler, John --v' Butt, Bruce Chambers, Nancy Estes. ROW THREE: Helen Fields, Anne Froning, Nadine Helton, MariAnn Hend- ricks, Par Hendricks. Row FOUR: Priscilla Holland, Karolyn Jones,Linda -2 if McFarland, John Marinoni, Bill Ogden. L. is ROW FIVE: Anne Poynor, Alan Rose, Sharon Shofner, John Slaven, David Standley. ROW SIX: Janet Watson, Carroll Jean Whaley, Marsha Wilson, Clay Yoe, Mrs. Houston Taylor, Spon- sor. ..' Officers: Alan Rose, treasurer, Stony Anderson, president, Carroll Jean Whaley, secretary, and Janet Watson, -' vice-president-not pictured. 1-ff SOPHOMORE GUIDES A lost sophomore is in good hands at FHS with the Sophomore Guides to direct him to his classes. Entertainment and a guided tour are provided for the new sophomores at the annual party given by the sopho - more guides in the spring to help acquaint the new students with high school life. 7 .J if--at 99 .QQ 1 l11"9 N1 'S' af' ag '-Z 43 M W, R. A ,Y4 - ,- . , J x tx. f. A 2 A A W' f' ,Q 4' 'H' rt K, lu gas.. ' ,idx - - 3 ffh' r-4' 5 vu S .ab .aff 3 it I T -1 " L V .di ,-1 -:' , Z' ' V 1 Q , z ii. 7 .di A p , In I If VV N ,I I I , ' v q sv. :V Hi 3 ifiiv 6 Milf , f ll liifffifi ., if-. . - ' ' '. Q ' - , 4 V . COURTESY CLUB The Courtesy Club is an organization designed to assist new and old students in carrying on their everyday activities at school. It assists students in obtaining assignments when they have been absent and strives to promote good courtesy throughout the school. ....-r"""--: : M' ff V fficers Sona Stephan and EdwinaSilcott discuss , , fflltlub business with club sponsor, Mrs. Atherton. , FIRST ROW: Bob Boston, John Butt, an ' 2 'P 'E' 1 I '. 'U ff yy A f ,y y ., ,ga 7 W ff mal: 'SQ v Q9 i Carol Carter, Phillip Cate. SECOND ROW: Bruce Chambers, Larry Daven- port, Sybil Edmisston, Anne Froning, Paula Fugit. THIRD ROW: Whitney Halladay, Bea Harris, David Lehn, Billy Loftin, Mary Sue Marinoni. FOURTH ROW: John Marinoni, Bar- bara Martin, Kaye Martin, Jerry McMahen, John Meredith. FIFTH ROW: Janis Morris, Sandra Norwood, Bill Ogden, Buddy O'Hara, Mike Olivera. SIXTH ROW: Charles Roberts, Maurice Rogers, Carolyn X D X Sexson, Rhea Shelton, Edwina Silcott. g vm ,F 5 SEVENTH ROW: Brenda Stanley, Sona - .s 4 it ' n so Stephan, Phil Stewart, MariTodd,Chad , ' A fi I5 4 3 . Q v -3, Q 'R v A3 wk Wilson. x Wm fl ' ' A A A , . - A 'fi i . I 3' A -H A Q- .,, ,,, Members, Carolyn Sexson and David 45 R14 Q ' T "1 Lehn introduce new students, Max Y' Q I Plant, Diane Gaspard, and Barbara M K Courtney to Mr. Duncan, Principal. 3 '. v Q 9 I R 3 5 3 If ft 5 f 4 f-4 , - I Nu Q X 5 I f' - 3 5 ig ., 5 .qv gy, 3 , 3 A , lj 0 f Q 5-:T 4:3 WJ? wp fag-I M R' il ,923-xi Q Q cF1l'On .x F FAB 2 4 l Qlpu L1 5 gfiiwnm -inn" FFA OFFICERS SEATED Dale Hutchmson reporter Donald Pas chal sentlnel Gary Gu1nn treasurer Burl Phelan secretary Gregg Holland v1ce presxdent STAND ING Albert Wynn presldent and Mr J' J Slaven advxser and teacher F A Smam projects th1s year were the Sears Foundat1on's P1g and Bull Programs wh1ch help farm boys start the1r own herds and the Spr1ng Judgmg Contests sponsored by the State Department of Educat1on and the var1ous State Colleges along w1th the Un1vers1ty of Arkansas 41 l i Ch1cks for JaCk16 Bartlett ROW ONE Louls Ba11ey B111 Baker .Tackle Bartlett Harold Bohannan Jun Cate Nathan Combs Douglass Elderton Gene Dowell Herman Evans ROW TWO James Gabbard Corley Gayer Delbert G1bson Gary Gu1nn Gregg Holland Dale Hutchmson B111 Layne Jxmmy Layne Darrell Long 1 33 3' i1 ,Q -:r D4 ti- f 23,901 9 '--vnu X 01' ,""' Q9 2 .498 an 4 "' 4-Q 1 1 f -' M ,. 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A , E , . t r . -:rv-A,"' b l 4" .,-'F .f or Q .,,. sommtxms ,uma Um Mrs L B Andrew sponsor Karolyn Jones sec Susan Dulan sec pro tem Marsha Wxlson h1st Qseatedj and V1v1anRagsdale v1ce pres Knot p1cturedl ROW ONE Anne Adams D1ck Albm Mary Alexander Steve Arrus Stoney Anderson Bert Atherton Mma Jo Austm Sandra Banks Boyd Barger Mar1lyn Barron ROW TWO Judye Benton Edd1e Sue Berry Bob Boston Jane Boyer Susan Bramgan Judy Brown Lee Brown Roger Brown Spencer Brown Vada Burson ROW THREE Alxce Burt Harr1son Butler John Butt Carol Carter Howard Carter Carolyn Cearley Barbara Combs Heather Dan1el Larry Davenport Barbara Dav1s ROW FOUR D1ana Deatherage Joyce Dram M11dred Dunlavy Cam11le Duskm Ph1ll1p Eagle Ann Elhott Nancy Estes Robert Fa1rch11d Judy Ferrell Anne Fronmg ROW FIVE Juan1ta Gabbard Nancy Gordon An1ta Greer Judy Hale Whltney Halladay Kennedy Hanshew Bea Harms Frances Hayes Brenda Heck Nad1ne Helton f l A A . 1 ll - J 112 ' ' ' Wei f A A v W f 49 M .4 J A , fi N I J- 1 , 7' I j Q 4 Y A L .1 chi' 0 ' 4 , K ' , XM W ' 1 ' I, treas.g Phillip Meinert, pres. 9 Janet Watson, ROW ONE: Sue Hembree, Carolyn Hill, Joy Hoffman, Judy Holcomb, Gregg Holland, Prisilla Holland, Mike Horan, Pat Horan, Becky Hudson, Charles L. Johnson. ROW TWO: Lillian Joyner, Leota Lane, Jane Lee, John Marinoni, Paul Marinoni, Paul Milam, Eddie Morrison, Linda McFarland, Phyllis McFarland, Bobby McKinney. ROW THREE: David McNeal, Jan Noll, Ji.m Noyce, Judy Noyce, Judith Nutt, Bill Ogden, Elizabeth Page, Sharon Page, James Peterson, Anne Poynor. ROW FOUR: Mary Poynor, Judy Pyeatte, Vivian Ragsdale, Harmon Remmel, Fontaine Richardson, Eva Jo Rieff, Margaret Robinson, Maurice Rogers, Regina Rushing, Karen Russell, ROW FIVE: George Shelton, Rhea Shelton, Jane Smith, Phyllis Stanberry, Brenda Stanley, Sona Stephan, Marian Stephen- son, Pat Stuckey, Troy Taylor, Carolyn Thomas. ROW SIX: Marty Thurlby, Delores Tisdale, Nadine Trolinger, Barbara Vaughn, Paula Walker, Carroll Whaley, Margaret Whitchurch, Marci Williams, Carolyn Young, Mary Younts. A group of industrious language students andtheir teacher Mrs L B Andrew organized the "Sodal1tas L1nguae" society in the spring of 1958 The object of this club is to further appre ciatxon inthe languages and to promote inte rest in the language program of the school Language Week is observed annually with a convocation and costume banquet Other acti vities include guest speakers from the Univer sity speech department and entertainment by the classes at monthly meetings Membership is open to all persons parti cipating in a foreign language course or having completed successfullyone or more years of study who have a "C" average in scholarship and a "S" average in citizenship. A 9, Ri'-'V V I L-,P AL ROW ONE Marxlyn Barron Lxnda Baucom Clare Bearden Susan Bramgan Al1ceBurt MarthaCarnes CarolynCearley PeggyCous1ns and Nancy Cress ROW TWO D1ana Deatherage Lavern Dxcken Deean Dodd M1ldred Dunlavy Helen F1elds Sharon Graue Faye Green wood Judy Hale and Brenda Heck ROW THREE Carolyn H1ll and Saundra Hxnkle FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF TODAY Carolyn Cearley pres1dent part1 c1pates 1n a style show g1ven for the Alxce Burt Judy Noyce and Onna Mered1th prepare parents and students valent1nes to be dlstrxbuted at the County Home 111212 Luigi gp lg. mf E l Q I 1 1 Q ' I Q ' 'T ' W4 1 , , , , '-115' 4 QE, V, - - 6 5 I ' , ' , , t 3 I 7 I 1 ' I ' ' 1 I . 1 . 1 Q 1 1 ' , , . 1 ' , I 1 , 1 ' ' 1 I q 1 I 1, I 1 T, ,gif me A , 'A V ' V19 we 31 ie " V 1:1 ' F W 3 4 Ji 1 , gt, ' 551, 4 ' 1 4 f A S 1 , ,fr di , A 9, 1 .1 I ' gig? . r ' ' - 5 L-:nzqla E Un X if 3 ' ' f 1 I , 1 I - ,y es N 3 R 'W . is .A x ".l',a5?' . , ' n f C f , f' ' A Q 2 M I' A ' . 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'mg g ' " 3 , V 'Av' -3 ' X ' i 'M 'L , TX Q X Q5 Q09 Cl, Q.. 14 Q fa 3 13 S 'U UD Z wx? 0 X 461 xo 4' 0 NEW HO The officers of FHAare Mrs. Root, sponsorg Phyllis McFarland, songleaderg Marsha Wilson, treasurerg Marilyn Barron, parliamentariang Carolyn Hill, first vice -presidentg Sona Stephan, secretaryg Clare Bearden second vice -president' and Leota Lane third v1ce president 0 ITI O I' Prepare For T row The Fayettevllle I-hgh chapter of FHA has enjoyed ayear of growth and mcreased act1v1t1es under the sponsorship of Mrs Leon Braddy and Mrs Frank Root Carolyn Cearley pres1dent says "We d1d several thmgs th1s year that we have not tr1ed before Among these were the elect1on ofa chapter beau and the publ1sh1ng of a yearbook We also became an honor roll chapter of the national organ1zat1on of FHA Mrs Leon Braddy was the sponsor of FHA for the fall semester ROW ONE Rebecca Hudson Leota Lane Wanda Lat1more Carolyn L1erly Billye Murphy Judlth Nutt Ada Ann Par1sh Regina Rushing and Edwma Silcott ROW TWO Kat1e Sue Sm1th R1ta Stanley Sona Stephan June Stewart Carolyn Stange Lmda Tackett Carole Lynn Tisdale Delores Tisdale and Marsha W1lson X CQ C' 4' no fi 5.0 I . , l 4 7 'S X s -I T .5 y V - - xx' lx h 5 Q i A -K M , ,V C 'fd 'I ' A F' Af' ,N ,ju K I r,.. a S l ip Q L xl ' - 4 ., Q ' , A .3 M 5 w M A DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION X Is a vocat1ona1 course 1n reta11 selhng Mer chants teachers and students co operate to make th1s program a success Betty Corley approves of new styles IH sprmg shoes Off1cers Paula Sp111ars treasurer Le1andBassett v1ce presxdent Sh1r1ey Q WV J-A-"' M. ,W A ' inn sd-Vai 4 if its ROW ONE Leland Bassett Shxrley Beavers Robert Blackman Don Burnett and Betty Corley ROW TWO Don Garr1ot Bonme Hayes John Robertson Paula Splllars Chr1st1ne Ward and Eugene Yates wtf' 19" Q-2As..a..... T Chr1st1ne Ward wraps beaut1.fu1 packages 1n record tune Beavers secretary Don Garr1ot re porter and Eugene Yates presxdent 1 James Garr1ot gets helpful adv1ce from employer i' ' 'r 1 R M N, , fuk 3 ' 15 1 , 4 B S9 'E I Q 1 GS if X. . " R 1 , 'f X ' Q U Q" P I V Z, V 6 , h, an ' v W' Q A ef 3 va for students interested A P . . . - if ' ' H f Rf ' I I ! ' ' 2 . ' , , , . : ' , ' ' 7 3 . 1 . s g , A J.. I t , n nr YV A A F , .-. .., I W Q Q 5 " M4 My ' :A ' 4 Af' - Q X 'Q f 'ln-.. by M , f R ..,mW, 1, E in . W Q I f' 1 Q ' 'far if K ' ,A V AL . 4 'O ' ,O , f if B , Ap , Q I ' 3 ' , 3 . . . D . - . S . Q U i n Q . 9 ' 9 . ' . I - 'K , ,,.QV.Y?a.,A.,rN4uL?6u.,f,vi , -f'v U'v"'v' -A f .A"". ' 'i' "V n 1 A,4, H33 04 Q r at u g h ' 'F As. rl ' 2 t Q . K 4 - 4 e Q fy' A , f an-'P , A U g V . .- I 1 1 Q + R . a cus as Ciiff Q: V I V4 - A 4 f " Paula Spillars keeps accu- Robert Blackman prepares rate records. a tasty coke. Eugene Yates evidently enjoys his job Don Garr1ott apphes the fme arts of advertlsmg Shxrley Beavers learns a selling tech nxque for men's t1es M Jinx 'O U fi! lf" Leland Bassett and manager of super market unprove then- serv1ces to cus 110171813 Students cram for one of many tests ies 'KE Egg f We www A Uh- d nun , fauw , v-. 1 . ff I rf. L Ir il I ' yf'Ll - xv ,f 4 , 4, ' 4V was ' 4 H. , Q s V' ' an ' fa d p 1 ' V: nhl- - . -if 'V ' V s E.: " A A Q X: 'az -A V' "1 X' qff5'i33?5 ' f rv .N ..-.Ra . f an I 'P ' , 'V .:Q'lv-urawiw-1 k 1 ' v J nn! 'V' 1 5 e W 5 1 - f fs K ! ' Q 'Q .gil 3 ' 5 x - gf , E 5 ' . lk' ., n ' is-'B , S DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS '-" - C Os Is for those who are mterested 1n learnmg a trade There students work 1n many f1elds ROW ONE Arch1e Adams Jerry Ba11ey Kenneth Cotterman W11ma D11lard Sue Dunaway and Nadme Evans ROW TWO Glyn Gabbard James Gabbard Myron Gr1ggs Janet Haney Tommy Holder and Leo Ryan ixx iw Kenneth Cotterman reads Tommy Holder studles how Trade Trends a regu r to f1l1 out 1ncome tax newspaper read by the D O forms helpful ken around Mr Perry Mock Sponsor Classes the f1rst of the year teaches 1n the mornmg and V1S1tS students on the Job In the afternoon Off1cers Janet Haney secretary Leo Ryan v1ce pres1dent Sue Dunaway treasurer Jerry Ba1ley pres1dent and Myron Grxggs sergeant Leo Ryan shows Archle Adams at arms Nadme Evans and Glyn Gabbard how to work a comphcated problem P 'b if ' tl' i -h -v 0 ig V 1:5 -z It V ' 21 Q ' At' I O 2, .fl ' 1 15.5 A' C Q ? In 1 1 f - Q 3 Q A Q -I h : 8 :I lg 9 'I -Ag ' - Y N. 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IY1 'I JW' 'SIIG P V' " , FaC1a1 expressmns vary as James Gabbard Sue Dunaway concentrates on record 1 th 1 t th t h fkn 1 d book wh1ch she keeps 1n order app Y emse ves 0 e S Ore ouse O ow e ge Nad1ne Evans Janet Haney and W11ma D111ard Class members 11sten perhaps to a lec ture or somethmg more mterestmg lW!O:l1ll-Q q I Myron Grlggs ponders on travel ad H151 -ay q an " N" vertxslng ln "T1mes" off1ce Q fare O03 Boys and Glrls choruses preform at the Chr1strnas concert M1ss Evelyn Jones Hmkle head of the musxc department has worked extremely hard to make th1s year a successful one The boys and g1rls each met 1n a separate class every day where theylearned the fundamentals ofmus1c and tr1ed to apply the knowledge they had ga1ned1ns1ng1ngmus1c ofvanous types folk songs sacred songs sp1r1tual songs novelty songs opera songs and art songs Boys And Girls Work Hard To Perfect ll fl as 'P' -ro 4 N, -:v x KM 4' Q off' A fp -va. 'Q-fi W Q ROW ONE RuthA1derson Mack Andrews Marxlyn Barron Ashley Beauchamp Frank Blew Robert Burr1s Gene Dowell and Boyd Daily ROW TWO Sybml Edm1ston El1zabethElk1ns Judy Ferrel B111 F1elds Helen Flelds Nell1e Froud W11l1amGa1nes and Kay Gehrean ROW THREE Shlrley Glenn Faye Greenwood Kaye Gr1sby Glenna Henderson Joy Hoffman Betty Klng Bllly Lackey and Brenda La1ramore . ' . I . . . . . . S , , . . , , . 0 L? 1 ov- fs ' 0 - 7 5 P ', .- -0- if ,. fa ' 4 . 5 71 W. ark T Q A 4 - 'zifl' -5 f Q I I f 7 A' ,I R A ,S my I . M, 'V 40 , .P 7 3 Q ', 4 'G T T ff' -94 :J -R .z 4 - ' .Q Q ' ' , O T f W 1 - ,,., A , H ' K V 1 Q ff , . ,J in I. , I .A Q., 2 1? v Q I O 5 -' 1 ell' 1 A 9' I, , 4 'T' - ' i ' ".:"J:a 325' Z 1 1 U 1 1 . ' , , . 1 ' ' , , , . . , . , . , . . . ' Z ' a 1 I s n s . 1 . 1 I ' . .MZ ' KW 9 -xg, ,vb X - . ' O R qi , J . N ' "'v'1b-,H ji l f Q ' O Q ft 1 ' 'X ,4,,, "yy ' - if 'Y .' W ' L -.V, IAL2 , fi i 4 4, ..., .V me , . -2 -A "H V 4, 'Q X! L u Q "Iia'r"v W ... Q w Q. . it I I , mi' KX' 3 ' ., l. I V W . 4 1 ' , J . fl' f" ia '01 7 ' ' in f . ' N tm - . y 8 nf: x' -ill! gn 1 ' ' I J ' , R f ,im n I Officers ofthe boys chorus, in the picture at the left, are Jimmy Logue, presidentg Jimmy Rig- gins, vice-presidentg and Mack Andrews, secre- 4 SE! NH '4 U'l 03 in ID S-2 H SQ chi m. ZW-1 NEI E101 '43 I-4 ra 3? OPS U10 CDH is mm 3:1 H3 Q., Ss U15 'na ws. f 10,24 , Faye Greenwood v1ce president Ashley Beau champ president and Helen Lewis secretary treasurer were the officers for the girls chorus class The girls attended the B1 StateMus1c Festival March 20 in Fort Smith Arkansas Choruses And Present Concerts 'x ,gnu -kg ag ffl ivy al 1 8 as Juan 5 4 "-P ...L.. gi YJ' t ROW ONE Helen Lewis Jim Logue James Lower Larry McCraw1ey Cecilia Mc Donald Phyllis McFarland Martha Martin and Onna Merredith ROW TWO Nancy Miller Dickie Montgomery Joan Morgan Jo Ann Nickel Wanda Osborn Pam Palmer Max Plant and Vivian Ragsdale ROW THREE Jim Riggins Lynda Rowden Charles Ruffin Karen Russell Martha Stokes Linda Tackett Bob Watson and Janice Yoes . ,J ' ' f .t, 4 . 4X m. 1' 8 Delano Cotton presldent Jerry McMahan vice president Ashley Beauchamp treas urer Bette Greer Reporter Sue Rice secretary DRAMA fro 5 IN THE , X AIR W 'ty E The '58-'59 Dramatic class is taught by Mrs. Dick Horne. The Thespians are active as a group of young actors who are interested in acting, stage-work, directing and drama Some of the plays which the Thespians have presented are "Com1n' Round the Mounta1n" "No Time for Skirts" "She Stoops to Con q er" Open g Night and "No Greater Love" COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN ROW ONE Mack Andrew Ashley Beauchamp Peggy Carter Laverne Chandler ROW TWO Delano Cotton Nancy Cullen DannyDuVall JudyFerrenberg Paula Fugit Faye Greenwood Bette Greer B111 Graue ROW THREE Jlm Kellar Wilma Lacy Wynona McCandless Jerry McMahan Billye Murphy Gail Parks Sue Rice Sydney Roff ROW FOUR Betty Sims Joyce Steele 'T-'nv Martha Stokes Fred Stuckey Mari pi Todd Bob Watson Linda Kay Wilson Norma Worley T 'wr XM L -X QQ 25' all LA 4-f -Guy .RQ ,,4 E' .H ' x , . , ' 2 , ' - ' - . A I I ' ' Y I ' u , " in ' ", . 2 , Z 1 va, I L, y s J f 4 1 , J V ., 5 I -A f ' ' ' v 3 K ' - - 7 ' 1 Z I I I l : I ! I I . D I I ' . : ' , . I l 1 D 1 1 -- Y in I , , -5 ' ' Z , , , " ,Y .1 if g I 1 l W Q ". , "' . . 1' SL' ! 9 D 1 V K K . ,. I ' X , I we . .y ' 'N he My r , y - 6' Q 4' 1 , .X . , wiv' "i' ' ' ' E A 5 1 4 .at - 1 . .". .ffm 5 ' ' . ,fr ,I Q 4. ' - s, - 2- . " . A , if ,, of ' " 9 Q A . V V' ' L V V ' uf 5. ,h ' In , -a M 6 ' "' 4 I O .'r' SECRETARIES CLUB L1nda W1lson, Nancy Mxller Rhea Shelton Mar1 Ann Hendmcks Edw1na Sxlcott Ann Poynor Susan Dulan D1ana Deatherage Marsha Wxlson Jerry Coppage Beckey Hudson Seated Sponsor Mrs Alma Knchens Not P1ctured Helen Lew1s Mack Andrew Sue R1ce Judlth Nutt Janet Watson Carolyn H111 Frank Blew Phlllp Me1nert Sona Stephan SERVICE GRCUPS TREASURERS CLUB Seated Marsha Wxlson Marty Thurlby Mrs Grace Lawson Sponsor Brenda Heck Judy Ferrenburg Stand1ng Edd1e Morrxson Janlce Yoes KarloynJones CarolynH1l1 Alan Rose SherwoodCha1-lton Phlllp Memert Judy Brown ,A H in , . . Y . . , ' . i . : . , , 1 I 1 1 , p A , , 1 ' V 7 , 5 ' 'A f 2 gr! fwiiii , s " ' I . F' e S Q 2' L, 4 P ' . ' Q 4 3 , rf ' I ' get . 5 ' 'H 1 i 2 tk If T X U 4 h i SCHOOL CUSTODIANS Albert Tincher and Chester Guise TEACHERS AIDS: Standing, Larry Johnson Howard Carter, George Shelton, Jimmy Mc- Clelland, Eddie Morrison, George Ingram. Seated: Betty Wilcox, Martha Stokes, Susan Branigan, Linda McFarland, Margret Robin- son, Leota Lane, Vada Burson, Saundra Hinkle, Judy Holcomb, Juanita Gabbard, Ann Adams, Karen Russell, Diana Deatherage, Carol Car- ter, Carolyn Cearley, Sharon Sexson, Linda Maeder, Barbara Martin, Whitney Halliday, Mary Dean Younts. Q O ,f'n""" nm. YOUR WISH, .wg CONCESSIONS COMMITTEE: Standing, Spencer Brown, president, Pictured: Mrs. Mary Heflin, Mrs. Grace Lawson, Coach Clayton Spencer, Bobby Whitfield, Fontaine Richardson, Mr. Joe Roberts, Mrs. Helen Andrew, Miss Velma Hall, Mr. William Duncan, Mrs. Root, Carolyn Cearley, Diana Deatherage, Nancy Miller, Judy Brown, Steve Amis, Jim Noyce, Eddie Morri- son, Mr. R.W. Willis, Mike Meistrell anf :S I TYPING SERVICE: Ann Elliott, Sharon Shoffner, Nadine Helton, Betty Geurin, and the sponsor Mrs. Grace Lawson. F . xx, 5, L15 M: A if i Y, . 3 I R , 1' .Vi 34 ' Q, K -.,. ,4w' XZ? .J Ill 4 1 ly A Q. ff? JW ,,.. y . 1 - It L J 5.4 W OFFICE WORKERS: Carolyn Cearley, Betty Geurin, Brenda Heck,MaryRuth Alexander, Georgia Jamison, and Mari-Ann Hendricks Seated, Miss Ouida Wheeler, School Secre- tary and Mrs. Joe Slaven. Yen 9 F- il LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: fBack row, Kaye Grigsby, Pat Mullen, Eddie Sue Berry, Judy Brown, Vada Burson, Margaret Whit- churchg fmiddle row! Jane Lee, Gerry De- skin, Judy Ferrell, Phyllis Stanberry, Mary Poynor, Christine Bale, Verna Hollings- worth, Melpha Unger, June Mitchell,lFront rowl Mary Ellen Freeman, Lavern Dicken, Bette Greer, Anne Poynor, Marty Thurlby, Kennie Mae Glenn, and Carolyn Thomas. OUR COMMAND. LUNCHROOM STAFF: Hazel Lower, Linda Law - son, Juanita Boles, Terry Ramey, Margret De- witt, Randall Terry, Jewel Stevens, RoyBlake- slee, James Lower. InBack: Manager, Jo Anderson. PROJECTION AND P, A, SERVICE: Randall Caselman Proudly We Hail These FH S'ers Judy Brown was elected DAR Good C1t1zen and won the Betty Crocker Homemaker of the Year Steve A.m1s and Ph111p Me1nert were f1nal1sts for the General Motors and Natxonal Honor Soc1ety Scholarsh1ps FHS had fxve Nat1onal Mermt f1na11sts th1s year Here Mr Powell Hlnes gxudance counselor presentmg the awards from left to rxght to Spencer Brown Judy Brown Dav1d Ross Eddle MOIIISOH Ph1l1pMe1nert and Mr Hmes ll of A FHS S Arkansas Glrls Staters For 1958 QA, 24-,L xxx' ' ' S 7 uma 5 'I fl'Il,,P- 0 'Nuulx Pxctured here at the Confederate Cemetery are those who repre sented Fayettexnlle at Arkansas Gxrls State Cback row left to Tlghtl Brenda Heck Dxana Deatherage SandraBanks Betty Geurxn Nancy Miller lfront row left to mghtl Beckey Hud son Carolyn I-I1ll I..1ndaMaeder and Ann Elllott . ' , - , is . . . , . . ' K In ,I l A no , 0 V, xi S 5- f f -N, 7 , MV" M ' A l X- ,A ' 'I' sv' ' wr X ' fl f . 1' g-5" V 1 '- 4 .A W f ,f 2 Q W4 -, ' f .,"' ' 1 if 1 fl? A9 - ,V y - Who Hove Brought Us Honor Juanita Phillips attended the National 4 H Con vent1on in Clucago She was selectedon the basis of her project in Safety L B111 Ogden was a member of a group of seventy five represent at1ves selected by the National Association of Student Councils to make a tour of Europe this summer Leota Lane Jimmy Cate and Ph1111p Cate partic1pated in the State Fair They are all active 4 H members FHS S Arkansas Boys Stoters For 1958 ull, viii! f1ff'Aisk, 0 US ' 4eAo H img? Pictured here at the Confederate Cemetery are those who repre- sented Fayetteville at Arkansas Boys State fback rowl Steve Amis Bobby Whitfield Eddie Morrison Larry Lewis Max Felton Dee Goff Paul Mari- noni lfront rowl David Ross Charles Johnson Fontaine Richardson and Spencer Brown. ---f ,f ll' ...I I V' 11 Most courteous FI-lS'ers Jeame Rose B1lly Lackey Manlyn Barron Marsha W1lson John Slaven and Coy Kaylor 209 supported the Un1ted Fund by g1v1ng up thexr lunch money for lt and havmg a party to boot' Teachmg a new dog old tr1cks 1S easy for Mr W1ll1s when 1ts the begmners' band hopefully h1tt1ng the r1ght key 8 l B111 and Mac 1n a race w1th the tardy bell After observ1ng at Bates Wh1tney hopes teachmg w1ll be as much fun for her too The Language Club Banquet was a gala event for those who --J' l I - ,gi Genxus at work shootmg off L1tt1e Pop Early 1n the mornmg Mr Duncan faces mck I Mr Roberts demonstrates the law SIX dlfferent people s1x d1fferent excuses of act1on and reactwn Mr and Mrs E S Arrus and Mrs Doyle Nutt are v1s1t1ng on Parent V1s1tat1on Day 5 The Second Annual SCICUCC Fan' gave 1- us ten Reglonal Fan' W wmne rs "Hurry up Ju y w1th my yearbook rece1pt and change or I'll be late to homeroom and you know how Mr I-Imes IS about bemg tardy " 'Y Dr I E Schwartz andhxs fore1gn language Color was added Students talk about the mmportance 1D by our f1rst che forelgn language study Chaney and Mr Wally Ingalls guest speaker ...--ILC S0up's on boy Fam1l1ar scene candy old books frlendly serv1ce to Colors Day convocatlcn erleaders Mrs Lowell Ray Adams and Mrs Xflet Me Call You Sweetheart In 195955 NANCY MILLER 1S the Key Club Sweet Nancy 15 an accom .ls-ar-3 heart for this year PHILLIP CATE xs FHA Dreamboat of the year Ph1111p 1S an act1ve p11shed p1an1st 4 H member JO ANN NICHOLS 1n FFA Sweetheart of the year Jo Ann placed f1fth 1n the d1str1ct FFA talent contest for her smgmg Kmg Pep JERRY MCMAHEN fnot p1ctu1-edl and Prmces Whoop and Holler BILLY GRAUL and DANNY DUVALL re1gn at Peppers Convocatxon They were chosen for the1r peppmess and school sp1r1t at games PAULA SPILLARS 1S the FBA sweetheart Paula 15 a DE student and works as a bookkeeper A.-o JACKIE BAKER a c1ar1net1st was elected Band Queen nah-Alf Left to right are Joe Anne Thuringer and Philip Meinert Amethyst editors Standing are David Lehn and Spencer Brown sports editors and Mary Poynor Jim Noyce and Brenda Heck Junior Times editors The Journalism class works feverishly each year to produce the Junior Times The Amethest and special school papers .ans 99 29 -06 98 1' "V X" Standing at the left is Judy Brown Business Manager of the Yearbook looking over pro- spective boosters. Here these girls are pre- paring and typing lists of merchants. JOURNALISM CLASS Last minute improvements on stories and headlines for the Junior Times are made each week by these copyreaders from Journalism class 46' dash' Sandra Banks Judy Brown Spencer Brown Sidney Combs Larry Davenport Diana Deatherage Judy Ferrenberg Betty Greer Brenda Heck Brenda Lairamore David Lehn I-hxlip Meme rt Billye Murphy Jim Noyce Mary Poyner Sue Rice Joe Anne Thuringer Marty Thurlby Mari Todd Linda Wilson Janice Yoes 4, Boosters Respond To Pleos For Help The focal point for much business is the square in our beautiful Fayetteville. ACME HANDLE COMPANY A ADAM'S FLOWER SHOP ,Q ' ALEXANDER TYPEWRITER CO. ANONYMOUS f" ARKANSAS WESTERN GAS BAKER'S FURNITURE STORE BEN FRANKLIN STORE BENTON BOWLING LANES BERRY'S BEAUTY SHOP BILES CONSTRUCTION CO. U, D. BLANKENSHIP CO. BLUE MILL CAFE BOB MADDOX CAFE THE BOSTON STORE CAMPBELL'S SOUPS CAMPUS GRILL CENTRAL TIRE DISTRIBUTORS CHEMELL'S HATCHERY CLIFF'S DAIRY MART COLLEGE CLUB DAIRY CITY LUMBER COMPANY COLLIER DRUG STORE THE COLONY SHOP COOK'S PAINTS CRAVENS af CO INC EASTERLING NEWS FAIRWAY GR OCERIES FARMERS' MARKET FAYETTEVILLE DRUG STORE FAYETTEVILLE MILK CO FAYETTEVILLE MOTEL AAA FAYETTEVILLE ROLLER RINK FIRST PYRAMID LIFE OF AMERICA HUGH FISHER FORREST PARK CANNING CO GARDENHIRE'S JEWELRY GREEN'S CHEVROLET GREEN'S STUDIO GULF REFINING HARLAN S GULF SERVICE PRESTON L HATHCOCK HOLLAND BROS LOCKER PLANT HOUSTON TAYLOR MOTORS HOWARD'S AUTO PARTS HUNT'S .' I LANER BROS. SHOE 'ST6RE LELArS BEQAUTY SHOP L1NDSAY'S-- ' ' f LINKWAYQS , w - , McALLISTER's SHOES I THE MCKINNEY AGENCY , MCROY AND MCNAIR 4. MAEDER'S LION OIL ' f , MARTIN'S POULTRY HOUSE MATILDA'S DRESS SHOP A . METCALFE RECORD SHOP MODE O' DAY , MOORE 'S CHAPEL MOUNTAIN INN NELSON'S FUNERAL HOME OBERMAN'S MFG COMPANY O K AND MILADY OzARK FLOOR COMPANY OzARK CLEANERS OZARKS ELECTRIC CO OP CORP J C PENNY CO INC PIONEER GIFT SHOP PREFERRED RISK INSURANCE PRESCRIPTION CENTER PURDY'S GROCERY PYEATT AND COMPANY RAUSCHER PIERCE af CO RAY'S FLOWERS RED BALL TRANS af STORAGE REED AND GRIFFITH SCOTT'S FIVE AND TEN SHELTON ARCHITECT SOUTH 71 GULF SERVICE SOUTHWEST PIANO AND VAN CO SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC POWER SPEED WASH STANDARD LOAN sf FINANCE CO STAPE'S BEAUTY SHOP SWIFT 'S JEWELRY TUCK'S SERVICE INC UTLEY AND COMPANY WHITFIELD MOTOR CO WoOLWORTH'S VICKER's CLEANERS af LAUNDRY ,v ' . - . - .1 . -1 . ' 3 . . l I 3 . a - I 1 -ZLQM F041 WWL.-gQ'lffy,, A,,,f,,7 !V,,.,i7,jf1f4,eAA9'lg'1f1j 1 vs LY MLVJGQA fO"7'2fJ-ff-Rf . aw WW? W,,ff+ J WLM ,fd ! ff V HN X f V P - A I " V A Y f , I 5 -I l 9' 37 . I 4 . if ' f -, 1 , 125 5 fo I ' O ' . 7 -- . W ' - , V f' ' ' . 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