Forest Hill High School - Rebel Yearbook (Jackson, MS)

 - Class of 1961

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  crr ■f.—t. {J LsCA ZL C The interest and love you have shown each one of us has many times inspired us to reach for greater heights. You have given much time to the school and its pupils by keeping the school scrapbook and promoting school spirit. Forest Hill has been highly recognized because of your untiring work with the Beta Club and its members. Because of these and the many other things you have done for us, we, the Senior Class of 1961, dedicate with deep love and gratitude the ’61 edition of the Rebel to you, Miss Mildred Thrailkill. DEDICA TION OF THE REBEL 1961qn Xl ’DIRECTORS 1 A .4 O'" Administration . )( , - M ( 0 jV Classes "CAST" Activities ’STAGE WORK Features ’’ACADEMY AWARDS” Athletics "SPORTS PARADE" 4DIRECTORSHeads County Schools For the past six years, J. E. Aldridge has worked patiently and creatively toward higher educational goals in the Hinds County Schools. Mr. Aldridge, known widely for his achievements in educational planning, has supervised the completion of many schools. In a rapidly changing world, he has kept pace with the growing and varied needs of education. Mr. Aldridge labors unceasingly to better relations between the school and community. Heads Staff Harmoniously heading a faculty of 59 and a school enrollment of 1602, Shellie M. Bailey, serves as principal of Forest Hill High School. Having led the school’s staff since 1934, Mr. Bailey has completed his twenty-seventh year in this position. As his key responsibility, Mr. Bailey works to provide teenagers with the best education possible. Cooperating with the teachers and students, the affable leader solves problems encountered in daily routine. Along with his demanding tasks as principal, Mr. Bailey was State Supervisor of the School Bus Driver Training program during the summer. County Board of Trustees J. W. COMBS A. CARTER BLAKE ROBERT R. TROTTER G. W. SIMMONS JAMES ARDEN BARNETTHeads High School Mrs. Ferguson's myriad responsibilities range from scheduling classes, assemblies, and club meetings, to disciplining an erring student. All of her actions seem to have one purpose--to keep the complicated affairs of this modern high school running smoothly. An air of businesslike efficiency, coupled with a diplomacy which makes even those she reprimands admire and respect her, makes Mrs. Ferguson a skilled and valuable administrator, but more important, a truly dedicated educator. Heads Elementary For six years Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn has worked patiently and creatively as elementary principal toward providing higher educational goals in her elementary grades. With efficiency, sound leadership, and good-humor, she has played a vital part in improvement of the faculty and students. In addition to her administrative duties Mrs. Dunn teaches a section of fourth graders. Local Board of TrusteesMRS. MISS MILDRED THRAILKILL HEAD ENGLISH DEPARTMENT MISS SHARON DUNN (A“ In the world of today it is absolutely essential that we learn good English. To learn one must first be taught and Ole F. H. has top notch English teachers. Sponsoring the Annual, teaching MACBETH, and urging her students to THINK are only a few of the duties of Mrs. Hardy. Mrs. Walker performs the double duties of teaching English and Latin. Interest and Love for her students are displayed by Miss Thrailkill as she teaches and sponsors the Beta Club. Noted for her inspiring devotions, Mrs. Nichols also inspires her students to greater heights in English. Mrs. Gibbes and Mrs. Deevers are doing an excellent job in preparing their students for the more advanced courses in English. Miss Dunn, Miss Clay and Mrs. Barry, whose faces were new at F. H. this year, have become deep-rooted in the hearts of their students. MRS. ANNE HARDY MISS MARTHA CLAY MRS. JOY BARRY MRS. CHARLES DEEVERSMR. JERRELL PURVIS MR. W. T. MOORE MR. DAVID UNCLE MR. BRYAN SHERMAN HEAD SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Learning about the past and the present is necessary so that we may live in peace in the future. Well-versed in current events taking place throughout the world, Mr. Moore teaches his students not only world history of long ago but history that has recently taken place. Mr. Purvis, government and economics teacher, was also assistant coach of the Rebels' football team. Mr. Lingle, coach of the mighty Rebels, makes us proud to be Americans through his American History course. With understanding and good humor, Mr. Sherman taught our Freshmen the history of their State. Mrs. Ward teaches our junior high students the fundamentals of the American way of life through American History. Mr. Giles, Mr. Street, and Mr. Thompson teach history and civics courses to junior high students. MRS. RUBY WARD MR. ELTON D. THOMPSONMR. J. N. BROCK MR. D. J. THOMAS MRS. MIRIAM GRANT HEAD SCIENCE DEPARTMENT The Age of the Atom and Space is here and our Science teachers are challenging us to meet the demands of this Age. Our own red-haired Mr. Thomas teaches the more advanced courses of chemistry and physics along with a class of ninth grade science. The genial humor of Mr. Core makes his biology classes fun as well as interesting and informative. Mr. Brock, the boys basketball coach, teaches his general science students the basic funda- mentals of all phases of science. Mrs. Grant and Mrs. Wood instruct our junior high students in their science courses. Mr. Sullivan, girls basketball coach, and Mr. Trammel, junior high football coach, also teach courses of junior high science. Mr. Brokaw, director of the band, also teaches courses in junior high science. Mr. Walker, our friendly counselor, constantly stands ready to help the more than 1200 F. H. H. S. Students. MR. DEAN WALKER MR. B. B. BROKAW MR. JOHN SULLIVAN MR. JIM TRAMEL MRS. GLORIA WOODMRS. EVA FERGUSON MRS. ELIZABETH KILUON MR. A. W. RUTLAND MRS. R. L. THOMAS HEAD MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Mathematics has always been important in the school curriculum but in the Age of the Satellite when mathematicians are so necessary it is especially important. The calm and orderly teaching methods of Mr. Rutland are especially conductive to learning the intricate details of higher mathematics. Mrs. "Ferg" our beloved high school principal, also teaches a class of solid geometry and Trig. Mrs. Killion, who is responsible for our famed Octaves, teaches arithmetic to our eighth graders. Mrs. Thomas, who teaches first-year algebra, is known for her patience and dedication to her students. Under the guidance of Mrs. Purvis, Mrs. Branscome, and Mrs. Davis, our junior high students are diligently learning arithmetic. Our library is rapidly expanding under the able leadership of Mrs. Ramsey, our gracious librarian. Mrs. Bailey, our school secretary, works long and hard to keep our business straight. MRS. S. M. BAILEY MRS. DONNA PURVIS MRS. JANE RAMSEY MRS. BETTY BRANSCOME MRS. JOYCE DAVISMRS. LOIS LEE EWING MR. VIRGIL WOOD HEAD INDUSTRIAL AND FINE ARTS today and our three music teachers, Mrs. Brock, Mrs. Touchstone and Mrs . .Ewing, teach their students how to appreciate music as one of the Fine Arts. An excellent training for the business world is afforded to us through the outstanding works of Miss Miller, Mrs. Till, and Mrs. JLittell. Mr. Sahler, our drivers' education teacher, also works with the Safety Council. Forest Hill offers excellent courses in both ■ practical and fine arts, ■ for along with the practical side of life one must also have the enjoyable j side. Mr. Wood, our f smiling Industrial Arts teacher, works long and hard to perform his duties. Sponsoring the FHA and teaching girls how to be good homemakers in the future keeps Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Hollingsworth very busy. Music is an important part of everyone's life MRS. MAXINE HOLLINGSWORTH MRS MISS BERNICE MILLER MRS. BETTIE TILLMRS. GLORIA BEARD MRS. ANNETTE MACIONE MRS. RUTH LAW ELEMENTARY TEACHERS MRS. JOSIE BERRYHILL MR. VERNON P. GAINEY The elementary teachers must be fine outstanding men and women who are willing to dedicate their lives to shaping the destinies of others, and F.H. is blessed with such teachers. Mrs. Law and Mrs. Macione find it very important to build a strong foundation for their students' understanding of the progress of today's world. Mrs. Beard and Mrs. Berryhill further under- take to provide important knowledge to their students. Mrs. Dunn, elementary principal, devotes constant time and effort to her teaching. Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Pounds, and Mrs. Sherrod diligently mold the path ahead for the adulthood of tomorrow. Mrs. Sipes provides worthwhile and interesting school pro -jects. Mr. Gainey works with Mr. Sahler in providing a school safety program. MRS. ELIZABETH DUNN MRS. FAYE SIPES MRS. HELEN MOORE MRS. MARGUERITE POUNDS MRS. F. SHERRODMRS. THERESA THATCH MISS LAURIE SMITH MR. CECIL TRUSSELL Straight from the shoulder teaching characterizes the techniques of Mr. Trussell and Mrs. Thatch. With open hearts, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Magers strive to reach the highest points pos- sible in directing their young students. Two well qualified teachers, Mrs. Fugitt and Mrs. Treloar, give all their time toward developing the personality and general growth of their students. MRS. FAY TRELOAR MRS. EARLINE MAGERS MRS. BILLIE FUGITT »im STARSMR. WALKER'S HOMEROOM President Vice-President Secretary . . Reporter . . . Jimmy Ray Richard Stuart . May Cox Sandra Marble MRS. KILUON'S HOMEROOM President..........................................Jerry Tidmore Vice-President.........................Anne Robin Autrey Secretary....................................Sandra Dunn Treasurer.................................Jerome Massey MOMENTS TO As the reel begins to turn, we see oines beginning their journey. This first step towards the climax of the sters hard at work and hard at play, recall, too, the gala affair of the As the plot further unfolds and the high school diploma, our stars reach and the tears as they acted their parts Recall, too, the excitement when and receiving his driver’s license. We now approach the middle of our year. Our stars are maturing now and responsibilities. Remember the hard delight of winning. With the promise of enthusiastically dur ing the magazine Each boy seemed to be Prince Charming Cinderella. The end of our story approaches active our stars Were! They became the Carnival two years consecutively. Of attend and always studying to be done, senior play. Oh! what fun we had playing Gras at the prom. As our stars are tribulations, our story comes to a festivities of Class Day with our heroes comes the long awaited day, Graduation, our stars think back on their story with many chapters of the story still determination to be true heroes andREMEMBER our one hundred twenty heroes and her-beginning is the ninth grade and it is the story. We see the eager faces of young-Remember the x + y’s in algebra and Christmas party that year, audience suspects they are seeking a the tenth grade. Remember the laughter in the halls of the old junior high building, everyone was taking drivers education story and with it arrives the junior with this maturity comes greater work of the Halloween Carnival and the a magical prom everyone worked sale. Remember our stars at the Prom! while all the girls looked as lovely as with the coming of the senior year. How first class ever to win the Halloween course there were the many parties to Remember the fun of putting on the the carefree characters of the Mardi triumphant over their trials and close. With the ending comes the lovely and heroines' story being told. Then With the solemn presentation of diplomas, mixed emotions. They think forward to the unwritten and they face the future with a heroines on their journey through life. MRS. HARDY’S HOMEROOM President...............................Mary Ann Bratley Vice-President.....................Martha Ann Chadwick Secretary....................................Jeff Henron Devotional Chairman.........................John Stewart MRS. NICHOLS' HOMEROOM President . Vice-President Secretary . . Reporter . . . Saralice Jones Mike Phillips . Jerry Martin Bill Wea therebyJAMES ALFORD, JR. "The True Story of Jesse James" Transfer 1. REA DIANE ALLEN "Doll Face" Transfer 3; Who's Who 3. LINDA JEAN ANDERSON "Little Miss Broadway" Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 1, 2, 3,4; Y-Teens 1; Beta Club 2; Homeroom Reporter 3; Basketball Cheerleader 3, 4; Junior Class Veep 3; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 3, 4; Beauty Pageant 3, 4; Annual Staff 4. JAMES CLIFTON ARD, JR. "Gentleman Jim" Transfer 3; Beta Club 3; Bible Club 3; Pep Club 4; Latin Club 4. LINDA FAYE A RENDER "Starlift" Latin Club 1; Bible Club 1, 2, 4; Beta Club 2, 4; Safety Council 2, 4; Library Assistant 4. JANIE LOU AUSTIN "Cradle of Christianity" Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teen Secretary 1; Who's Who 1, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Homeroom Veep 1; Homeroom Secretary 2; 12 Year Student; Pop Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4. ANNE ROBIN AUTREY "The Girl Can't Help It" 12 Year Student; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Officer 2, 4; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1; Beta Club 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Who's Who 4; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4; Basketball Cheerleader 4; Majorette 3, 4; Beauty Walk 4. BARBARA KATHRYN BAILEY "High Society" Transfer 3; Octaves 3, 4; Homeroom Secretary 3;'Stu-dent Council 4; Y-Teens 3; Safety Council 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Football Cheerleader 4; Beauty Pageant 3, 4; Drill Team 3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; Who's Who 4; Chorus 3.JAMES EARL BAILEY "Music For Millions" BOBBY BANKSTON "Daddy Long Legs" Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 1, 2, 3; Who's Who 3; Halloween Carnival 3; Homeroom Presi dent 3; FH Club 3, 4; Student Council 4. MARGARET YVONNE BASS "The Best of Everything" 12 Year Student; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Safety Council 1, 2, 4; Y-Tcens 1, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4. JOHN BEASLEY "The Student Prince" President of Student Body 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Who's Who 1,4; Bible Club 1, 2, 3; Safety Council 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Student Assistant 4; Football 4. LYNETTE AGNES BUCK - CT ••Gigi" Y-Teens 1; Latin Club 1; Safety Council 2, 3; r . :yyyi Pep Club 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; Bible Club 2, 3, 4; . i Drill Team 3, 4y,Reportcr 4; Paper Staff 4; ' ‘3 Annual Staff 4. . j) rs. v J ;Y ALLAN BOSWELL Homeroom Treasurer 2; Beta Club 2; Student Council 4, LIE LA KAY BRASFIELD "Sincerely Yours" 12 Year Student; Y-Tccns 1, 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Bible Club 1, 2; Piano 1, 2; Basketball 1.MARY ANN BRAT LEY "Girl Next Door" Band 1; Latin Club 1; Y-Teens 1; Safety Council 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Business Manager of Paper 3; Homeroom Secretary and Treasurer 3; Youth Congress 3, 4; Girls' State 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Business Manager of Paper 4; DAR Good Citizenship Girl 4. SAMMY BRIDGES "Young at Heart" 12 Year Student. FRANCES LORRAINE BROWN "So This Is Love" 12 Year Student; Y-Teens 1; Library Club Reporter 1; Office Assistant 3; Chorus 3; Halloween Carnival 1,4; Queen 4; Homeroom President 1; Bible Club 1; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Maid 2; Homeroom Vice-President 3; Business Manager of Annual 4; Senior Class Treasurer 4; Octaves 4; Beauty Pageant 3, 4; Who's Who 4. CURTIS KENNETH CAUSEY "Many Rivers To Cross" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Captain 3; Beta Club 3; Bible Club 4. MARTHA ANN CHADWICK "All This And Heaven Too" 12 Year Student; Bible Club 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Octaves 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Beauty Pageant 3; Head Basketball Cheerleader 4; Homecoming Maid 4; Halloween Queen 3; Homeroom Vice-President 4; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 4. TERRY EUGENE CHANEY "Midsummer Night'S Dream" ELIZABETH ANNE CLA YMAN - t "Angel Face" y Chorus 1, 2, 3; Bible Club 1, 2; FHA 1, 3; StU rf C hn cil 2; Beta Club 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4. ) „ BARBARA SUE COMFORT ' T "Painting The Clouds With Sunshine" J Latin Club 1; Treasurer 1; Y-Teens 1; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Safety Council 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council Alternate 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 1, 4.SANDRA CONERLY "I Aim At The Stars" Y-Teens 1, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Beta Club2r 3, 4; Library Club 3, 4; Bible Club Sptffrfca 4; Little Dixie Band Clinic 3; Sujte Bap , iL. ELAINE COOPER Jl "Career G 1,2,3, 4; Y-Bcta Club 2, 3; Home-ccretary 4; Pep Club 4. ANNA BARBARA CRAWFORD "Million Dollar Mermaid" 12 Year Student; Y-Teens 1, 2; Bible Club 1, 2, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Chorus 2, 3; Homeroom President 2; Student Council 3; Octaves 4; Drill Team 4; Dance Captain 4; Paper Staff 4; Feature Editor 4; Annual Staff 4; Who's Who 4; Beauty Pageant 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT EDWIN DANIELS "My Brother is an Only Child" Beta Club 2, 4. BILLY FRED DAVIS "Billy the Kid" Safety Boy 2; Safety Council 2. MARVIN CLAY DAVIS "Somebody Up There Likes Me" A JOY DAVIS : Queen of Babylon" 4 Transfer 2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 2, 3, 4; Pep JGlu.b 2, 3, 4; Safety Council 2, 3; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Office Assistant 4; Drill Team Reporter 3, Drill Team Vice-President 4; Basketball 2, 3.CARLTON RICKEY DECKER "Walk Tall" Transfer 1; Track 1; Beta Club 2, 3; Manager of Boys' Basketball Team 4. GERALD EUGENE DONNELL "If I Am Lucky" Beta Club 2; Bus DriWr 4. AMES EARL DOWNS The Southerner" transfer 4. n LOUISE DRAKE Lady" T 4; Bible Club 4. ' , 'SANDRA JEAN DUNN ‘"Strawberry Blonde" I . Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary of Library Club 2; Beta Club 2, 3; Homeroom Secretary a d Treasurer 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Office Assist-ant 4; Annual Staff 4. LINDA ELIZABETH EVANS ' _ "Friendly Persuasion" V v------) Utin Club 1; Y-Teen Club 1, 2, 3; Safe fetTMh n A Chorus 3; Student Assistant 2, 4. C. B. EASTERWOOD "Bigger Than Life" Transfer 3; Safety CotJACKIE WAYNE FARMER "Till The Clouds Roll By’ MARY CATHRYN FARRIS "So Dear To My Heart" Basketball 1; Pep Club 3, 4: 1; 4-H Club 1; Y-Teens,2;; Assistant 4. WILLIAM FORESTER "On The Sunny Side" 12 Year Student; Football Manager 2; Football 3, 4 Bible Club 4; Pep Club 4; Track 4. HINTON EARL FORNES "The Sun Comes Up" Transfer 3. GERALD DAY GAINES "It's A Dog's Life" Bible Club 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Vice President 1; Homeroom Reporter 3; Bus Driver 3, 4. WILDA LUCILLE GARRETT "Every Girl Should Be Married" Safety Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Hinds County Safety Conference 1,2, 3, 4; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Tccns 3, 4. WANDA DALE GOULD The Marriage-Go-Round" Secretary and Treasurer of Homeroom 1; Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, Secretary 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Tccns 1; Student Council Alter, nate 2; Vice-President of Drill Team 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4. VERA CLAIRE HA DEN "It's Always Fair Weather" Basketball 1; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Assistant 1; Piano 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club, Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 4; Bus Driver 4.JEFFREY LYNN HERRON y? V»V „ ' hi "Young Man With Ideas" V y .0 A f f Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Officer V " . , y ' Y t, ARNETT HOUCK VK "Flaming Star" j Y-Teens 3,4; Safety Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Southern Safety Conference 3; Library Assistant 4. JOHNNY HASTINGS "Drcamboat" 4-H 1; 12 Year Student; A istapYBus Dniver 3,'Bus Driver 4; Hobby Club 1 uBjIple SlucUl, 2j PcpdClub 3, 4. PAULETTE HAWXHO JE X ‘ J "Always in My Heaj ' f Q . r - I Bible Club 1, 2, 3J% Sa Vty 4;iet Club Y-Teens lawChofflS 3; ft)m omki| Meid 1J fj , BRUCE CRANFORD JAYNE "The Living Idol" 12 Year Student; Safety Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Body Treasurer 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Paper Staff 3, 4; Office Assistant 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Youth Congress 2, 3, 4; Mississippi Youth Safety Congress 4, President 4; Southern Safety Congress 4; National Student Traffic Safety Conference 4. JUDITH CAROL JOHNSON "Gaslight" Y-Teens 1; Homeroom President 2; Safety Council 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4, Reporter 3; Handbook Committee 4; Office Assistant 4; Student Council 3, 4, Reporter 4; High School News Editor 3. LINDA CAROL HUPPERICH "Carry On Nurse" Latin Club 1; Y-Teens 1, 2; Library Club 1, 2, 3,4. LEWIS LIVINGSTON JACKSON "The Prince of Foxes" Safety Council 3; Bible Club 2, 3.SARA LICE JONES "With A Song in My Heart" 12 Year Student; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 4; Class Officer 3, 4; Octaves 2, 3, 4, President 4; Sextet 2, 3, 4; Confederates 3, President 3; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Layout Editor of the Annual 4; Safety Council 4; Beauty Pageant 4; Who's Who 4; Library Club 1, Vice-President 1. RAGNAR CHRISTIAN JUREVICS "The Champ" Football 2, 3, 4; FH Club 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4. SHERRELLE DIANNE KIRKLAND "Sunday Dinner For A Soldier" Bible Club 1, 2, 3; Y-Tcens 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Student Council 4. klinck Hasty Heart" ran tt. 2; Y-Teens 2; Bible Club 2, 3,4. JANET SUE KERSH "I've Always Loved y£u" Y-Tccns 1,4; FHA 2; Chorus 1, 2, S Bible Club 1, Beta Club 2; Homeroom Secretary 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Annual Staff 4. BETTY MARIE KINARD "Forever Darling" Y-Tcens 1,4, Secretary 4; Safety Council 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3. i L t1 0 OHN ELDON KONIAR "Drumbeat" Transfer 4; Band 4. NENA JOYCE LEE "The Wayward Bus" Bus Driver 4.GERALDINE ANNE MARTIN "Feature Frolic" 12 Year Student; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Library Club 1, 2, 4; Homeroom Reporter 1; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Safety Council 2, 3; Student Council 3; Homeroom Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Annual Staff 4; Who's Who 4. ME MASSEY st" , 2; Football 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Reporter 4; Senior Class Vice-i lio's Who 4; Homecoming Es- JoANN PEARL Me DONA "Pollyanna" Transfer 3; Bible C BETTIE CARO I "Double Dynan 12 Year Student; Library Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 1, Secretary 3, President 4; Piano 1, 2; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, Reporter 3, Vice-President 2; Student Council 4; Homeroom Treasurer 2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 1, 2; Homeroom Secretary 3; Junior Class Reporter; Youth Congress 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Beauty Pageant 4; Annual Staff 4. ODOS EDWARD LOWERY "Lost in a Harem" Bible Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Safety Council 3, 4. ANNETTE MADDOX "Seven Day Leave" 12 Year Student; Homeroom Reporter 1; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; 4-H Vice-President 3; Y-Teens Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 3. 7 SANDRA CLAY MARBLE "Just My Luck" 12 Year Student; Y-Teens 1, 4; Library Club 1, 3, 4, Vice-President I; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Vice-President 3, Reporter 4; Drill Team 3, 4, Secretary G Treasurer 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Paper Staff 4. JOHNNY CAROL MARDIS "Johnny Eager" Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Captain 4; Football Manager 4.DELORES FAY McGOWAN "Kind Lady" BARBARA ELLEN McKINNEY "My Blue Heaven" Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3. SAMUEL "Buffalo Bible Club Driver 3, 4; Transfer cil 3, 4; Club 3, 4; Pep BOBBIE JEAN MORGAN "Close To My Heart" Transfer 3; Y-Teens 3; Chorus 3; Safety Council 3,4; Drill Team Co-Captain 3, 4; Bible Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3. WILLIAM CURRY MORRISON "To Please A Lady" Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 2, 3; Safety Council 3, 4; Who's Who 3. HARLEY THEODORE MURPHY "King of Kings" Transfer 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Latin Club 3; School Photographer 4; Rebel Review Staff 4; Who's Who 4; Safety Council 4; National Merit Semifinalist 4; Youth Congress Page 4; Annual Staff 4; Latin Award 3. LINDA GAIL MURRAY "Only The Valiant" Y-Teens 1; Library Club 1; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 1, 2, 3; 12 Year Student; Annual Staff 4; Student Assistant 3, 4; Drill Team 3; Piano 1, 2. uxiLy fr 'j ' JlJ fiJZ Us-f Usi tP j a -x J L JOHN CALLDWAY NICHOLSON .. " The Quiet Man" ' 7 Football 1; Homeroom Treasurer 1; 'Ffack 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom President 2; Bible Club 2, 3. ( CHARLES NEWTON ODOM "Top Secret Affair" Transfer 4; Bible Club 4; Football 4. WANDA LEE PACE "Sports Spectacular" Basketball 2, 3, 4; Bible Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4; Y-Teens 4. CECIL AUBRY PACKER "The Tall Story" 12 Year Student; Basketball 1. RONALD LEE PASSONS "Young Girls Beware" Transfer 4. NORMAN ANTHONY PERKINS "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." Safety Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, President 3; Library Club 1, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Office Assistant 4; Paper Staff 4. BETTY JANE PHILLIPS "The Lieutenant Wore Skirts" Transfer 3; Bible Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; FHA 4. MICHAEL ALLEN PHILLIPS "Sparta cus" Latin Club 2, 3; Vice-President 3; Bible Club 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Student Council Secretary 4; Homeroom Vice-President 4.JAMES W. PUTNAM "Born To Dance" Band 3, 4; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4, JAMES WYATT RAY, JR. "The High And The Mighty" Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Safety Council 1,2, 3, 4, President 4; Hinds County Safety Council 2, 3, 4, Presi. dent 4; Homeroom Reporter 1, Homeroom President 4. CHARLOTTE REED "A Race For Life" Transfer 1; Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Bible Club if, 2, 3,4; Choms 1; Library Club 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Safety Council 4. ( » c■ SYLVIA GAY REED "Light Unto All" 12 Year Student; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, ,Rei porter 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Student Assistant 3; Chorus 2, 3,4; Y-Teens 1; FHA i) ; J 0; Drill Te m 3. .A - 5, 4; Safety Council 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, jafetyAzonfercncc 3; 4-H Club 4; Bible dcr Puff Football Game 4; Student Assist- CHARLOTTE FAYE ROGERS "Dimples" Y-Tcens 1, 2, 4; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2; Chorus 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Pep Club 3, 4. GAIL ELEANOR SANDIFER M ' fj "The Green Years" Transfer 3; Bible Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Paper Staff 4 Drill Team 4. MARGARET WATSON SESSUMS "Mother Is A Freshman" 4-H Club 1, 2; FHA 4; Beta Club 4.FRED SHIRLEY "Knights of the Round Table" 12 Year Student; Bible Club 1; Homeroom Vice-President 1; Library Club 1; Safety Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Youth Congress 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Paper Staff 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Who's Who 4. MARGIE MAE SHULER My Little Margie" fer 2. lub, Brfnc :]ty 2. 3pAnnuJ Q T‘ in 3 lbl JL SMITH The Band" CAROLYN MARIE STARNES (| K "Sitting Pretty" L2 Year Student; Bible Club 1, 2, 3,4; Piano 1, 2, 3,4; Pep Cljub 2, 3,4; Drill Team 3; Y-Teens 3, 4. B U ™ A ) BRENDA DEAN STEWART y 2 V V "Woman's World" Y-Teens 1; Homeroom Officer 1, 2; Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Reporter 3; Safety Council 2; Paper Staff 2, 3; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Maid 3; Assistant Editor of the Annual 3; Editor 4; Student Assistant 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Who's Who 3, 4; Head Football Cheerleader 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Beauty Pageant 3, 4. JOHN WALTON STEWART "God Is My Co-Pilot" Senior Class President 4; Bible Club 3, 4, President 3, 4; Homeroom President 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Library Club 4; Who's Who 4. JAMES HAROLD STRINGER, JR. "Monkey Business"RICHARD ERNEST STUART "Second Chance" Track 1, 2; Pep Club 2; Beta Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Homeroom President 3, Homeroom Vice-President 4; Youth Congress Page 4; Halloween Carnival King 4; Who's Who 4. CHARLES DOUGLAS TAYLOR "Where's Charley?" 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 1, President 2, Secretary' 3, Reporter 4; Beta Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; County' Council 2, 3, Officer 2, 3. JAMES DOUGLAS WALKER "This Land Is Mine" JAMES WILLIAM WALKER "Wagon Master" Transfer 3; 4-H 3, 4; Bus Driver 4. WILLIAM A. WEATHERS BY "Cinderfella" Football 1; Who's Who 2, 4; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 4. GEORGE RAY WEEKS "Tycoon" 12 Year Student; Homeroom Reporter 1, 2, 3; Student Council 4; Football 1, 3, 4; Baseball 4; Track 1; Basketball 1; Paper Staff 3, 4; FH Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Office Assistant 4; Gra-Y Coach 2, 3. FRANK DAVID TURNER "Young Man With a Horn" Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 4. JERRY LEONARD T ID MO RE "Prince Valiant" Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Junior Class President 3; Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; FH Club 2; Bible Club 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 1, 2, 4; All Little Dixie Football 4; Honorable Mention Baseball District Six 3; Annual Staff 4.THERESA LYNN WOODS "Helen of Troy" Y-Teens 1; Review Staff 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Homeroom President 2; Beta Club 2, 3; Who's Who 2, 3; Beauty Pageant 3, 4; Junior Class Secretary 3; Maid-in-Waiting at Junior-Senior Prom 3; Bible Club 2, 3; Safety Council 4; Football Cheerleader 1, 2, 4; Basketball Cheerleader 3. LINDA FAY WELCH "You're My Everything" Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Safety Council 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Y-Teens 1; FHA 3; Chorus 2, 3. GLORIA JEAN WILSON f .. "Junior Miss" l| Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Bible Club p2, 3, 4 p Clulj, ? 13, 4; sr; y y CHARLES AUSTIN WRIGlh C ' "The Tall Men" (1 . P Transfer 2; Basketball 4? Track 4; Beta Club '4TT yV A V 32CO-STARS President . . Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Reporter . . . Gerald Lord . Bill Hobson Frkvittf Mnrri., Jimmy Carter Joy WilliamsJames Allen Edwin Armstrong Delynn Bailey Alice Balgord Eddie Bankston Ronald Barnes Dianne Barr Dwayne Barrett Don Bell Pat Benigar Richard Berry Michall Betries Marjorie Ann Bingham Jean Bolden Teddy Boswell Kirby Bowron JUNIOh Linda Boyd Columbus Brantley Joseph Brantley Bud Bratley Virginia Bridges Nan Britton President. . . Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . . . Reporter . . Teacher . . . . .Joy Williams Billie Jeff Turner . Sandra Shannon . Helga Jurcvics . . Donald Cain . . Miss MillerSteve Bullard Mildred Bunch Donald Cain Randall Carney Don Carroll Jimmy Carter Kathleen Chatham Pat Cochran Charles Cook Wanda Copeland Jack Craig Royce Culpepper Howard Daley Mary Jo Deevers Pat DeMuro C. R. Dendy :lass President . . Vice-President Secretary . . . Treasurer . . Reporter. . . Teacher . . . .... Jerry Legg . . . C. R. Dendy Patty Lou Hutchinson . . . Carol Puckett . . . . Steve Bullard .... Mr. Rutland Carlene Dodson Glenn Doty Jo Dubose Sally Duddlcston Linda Dunigan Richard DunnDorothy Dykes Don Eady Gene Edgeworth Martha Ezell Ben Farmer Talmage Floyd Larry Force Edwin Fortenberry Bobby Fortner Sylvia Gipson Tim Gordon Glen Graves Jan Graves Billy Jo Greer Sara Groover Johnny Hagan Glenn Hall Betty Harris Bill Harvey Marianne Hemphill Bill Hobson Billy Holmes J UNI 01 President.............................Jo Anne Sykes Vice-President.....................................Eva Nolan Secretary (NOT PICTURED)..............Roy Williams Reporter....................................Jack Craig Teacher.....................................Mrs. Till 36Shirley Hood Catherine Hudson Donna Huffman Jean Hughes Barbara Hutcherson Patty Lou Hutchinson Guy Inman Willie Mac Jones Margaret Joyner Helga Jurevics Thorolf Jurevics Carl King Carol King Martha Klein Lynn Lamb Anna Louise Lee "LASS President........... Vice-President. . . Secretary-Treasurer . Reporter............. Teacher ............ . Joe Patterson . Billy Taylor . Bill Hobson Dwayne Barrett . Coach Lingle 37 Jerry Legg Cheryl Logan Gerald Lord Frank W. Lyles Robert Majors John Wayne MangumJackie Martin Mary Margaret Martin Dudley Martz Tom McFaddcn Dawn McNeil Buddy Meeks Nancy Miles Clara Lee Milner Jimmy Mitchell David Morris Edwinta Morris Eve Nolan Cheryl Osborn Joe Patterson Pat Phillips Jewell Pitchford Donald Prcm Carol Puckett Carolyn Pullin Terry Pyron Douglas Randall Buster Renick 38 JUNIOR President.................. Vice-President............. Secretary (NOT PICTURED). Treasurer.................. Reporter................... Teacher ...................Leonard Rickman Beatrice Riley Jerry Rimes Randy Robertson Jerry Russell Don Rutland Andrea Saxon Lee Schilling Spencer Schrieter Sandra Shannon Linda Shaw Brenda Simmons Betty Lou Smith Jerry Staley Judy Statham Allen Stewart 1LASS .... Marjorie Bingham .............. Jan Graves ............Edwinta Morris ............Pat Cochran ...........Glenn Graves ............Mrs. Webb 39 Anita Storment Calvin Sykes Jo Ann Sykes Brenda Tannerhill Billy Taylor Larry TerrellMike Thomas Pat Thorne Willie James Tramel Billie Jeff Turner Jack Tyler Carolyn Vanlandingham Lowry Walker Buzzy Ward Glenn Ward Robert Ward Tommy Warrington Linda Watson Teresa Whatley Joy Williams Roy Williams Skippy Wilson Dianne Yoakum IN MEMORIAM May we always remember the cheerful smile and quiet friendliness of PATSY RUTH WEEKS 40STAND-INSSammy Adams Glenda Alford James Allen Deborah Arender Lindra Armstrong Jimmy Barlow MRS. RAMSEY'S HOMEROOM President............................Virginia Orr Vice-President..............................Susan Herron Secretary ...........................Nels Morris Douglas Bates Larry Beall SOPHOMORE Charles Beard Gary Brantley Charles Brooks Glenn Brown Linda Brummett Kathy Bullock James Burlingame Johnny Burch David Burney Kathy Burney Linda Chandler Bobby Cooper Randy Core Bobbie Craig Jean Curtis Tommy Davis Brent Day Edwina Dees Linda Delchamps Billy Devincy Don Douglas Marie Dykes James Easterwood James Edwards Beth Eckford Norman EtheridgeDwight Evans Robert Evans Lynda Fowler Orville Glenn Don Hannis Johnny Hardwell MRS. LITTELL'S HOMEROOM President..............................Johnny Pope Vice-President.................................Dee Thigpen Secretary-Treasurer.................Aubrey Morrow Reporter............................Wesley Sebren Carolyn Grant Bruce Hall CLASS Roger Hallmark Lila Hamilton Elaine Harmon Johnny Harris Frances Hegwood Dwight Henderson Woody Hendrick Susan Herron Virginia Hildebrand Wayne Holmes Tony Horne Sue Hubbard Linda Jolly Linda Jones Randy Jones Micky Jordon Richard Kirkpatrick Janice Lee Wendell Lee Juanita Lewis William Lewis Charles Lindsey Beverly Loftin Martha Logan Jimmy Luft Linda MaddenLa Donna Maddox Lilly Manska Eugene Marble Jerry Marshall Cheryl Massey Carlo Martello Lynda Meadows Nels Morris MISS THRAILKILL’S HOMEROOM President.....................Janice Lee Vice-President............Gary Brantley Secretary..........................Kathy Burney Treasurer...................Tommy Vinson Reporter.................Lila Hamilton MR. President. . . Vice-President Secretary. . . Reporter . . . SOPHOMORE Aubrey Morrow Billy Moser Jo Lynn McArthur Tommy McKicrnon Alice McGowan Cheryl McNair John McRae Cary Neal Charles Nelson Virginia Orr Mike Oswalt Mary Parker Deborah Patterson Evcrcttc Pcnnock Tommie Peoples Jim Peterson Joel Peterson Wanda Pickett Johnny Pope Jean Pullin Elizabeth Reid Buford Rochester Lynn Rodgers Alton Sandifer Paula Saxon Wesley SebrenOMEROOM . . . Don Douglas . . Charles Lindsey . . Dwight Edwards . . Clarence Tyler MR. CORE'S HOMEROOM President...............Bruce Hall Vice-President . . . James Edwards Secretary-Treasurer. . . Betsy Sloan Reporter...............Jean Pullen CLASS Evelyn Seward Cherry Scales Jimmy Skinner Betsy Sloan Bobby Smith Carol Smith Gerry Shepherd Clyde Shuler Teresa Speir Betty Sumrall Eugene Sylvester Jean Terrell Tommie Thames Margaret Thatch Dee Thigpen Clarence Tyler Sue Varner Linda Vinson Tommy Vinson Jerry Wade George Walden Joe Walters Jamie Ward Bobby Welch Fay West Gay West Brenda Whitsett Sue Whittington Helen Williams Jeanie Williamson Linda Winningham Danny Winters Bobby Wright Dennie YatesLawrence Allison Dean Allen Virginia Abel Frank Ainsworth Jeanette Ainsworth Ralph Alewine Linda Faye Alford Linda Amnions Robert Arrington Donna Lee Bailey Pearlic Barron Susan Beck Mary Jo Berryhill Kay Berry Patricia Betries Barbara Black Denny Blaylock Jimmy Boswell Curtis Boykin Wayne Boykin Rodney Breckenridgc Monty Brister FRESHMAN President.........................Sheila Shelnut Vice-President.............................Peggy Osborne Secretary.......................Jackie Yearwood Reporter...........................Lynda Melton Teacher.....................................Mrs. Thomas William Brown Carol Bryant Laura Burlingame Joe Carter Charles Champion James Champion Jo Ann Clark Johnny Coghlan Hugh Coleman Vera Coleman Stanley Comfort Mike Cook Re.x Cooksey Dickie Copeland Ronald Cooper Johnny Cottrell Linda Corley Pamela CourtneyLarry Craft Ronald Craig Beverly Crane Harold Crawford Gary Cullums Patty Curley James Daley Harold Dampeer Sylvia Daniel Linda Davis Randy Davis Eileen Dclbouno Janet DeMuro Charlotte Delchamps Virginia Dorr Glenda Duboise Phyllis DuBosc Ralph Dunigan 'LASS President..........................Butch Nygren Vice-President..............................Phil Greer Secretary-Treasurer...................Joe Carter Teacher...............................Mr. Brock Henry Evans Bert Ewing Larry Ferguson Patsy Fowler Ben Fulton Grady Fulton Laura Garrett Randy Gatewood Bobby Gewin Phyllis Gibson Cheryl Gore Betty Graham Jimmy Graves Felix Greer Robert Haden Allen Harrison Linda Hartzog Donna Hemphill Betty Henderson Johnny Holland William HollandBobby Holliday Judy Holmes Lynn Holmes Judy Hood Marjory Hyman Cloyce Jcffcoat Ruby Johnson Bubba Jones Kenneth Jones Myra Jones Richard Jones Sandra Jones Sylvia Jones Lisa Joyner Trudy Juneau Judy Keith Linda Kelly Brenda Kinc Billie Sue King Richard King Jimmy Kirkland Judy Korlath FRESHMAN President .... Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasurer Reporter.......... Teacher .......... . . Bubba Jones Jimmie Kirkland . Johnny Holland William Holland . . Mr. Wood Gene Krone William Kyle Ann Lewis Malcolm Loper Mickie Lott Milfard Lowe Billv Luft Barney McCord Jennie Lou McLaurin James McMullan Ladelle Massey Freddie Massingill Linda Melton Richard Merritt Phillip Mitchell Cheryl Morris Glenn Morris Joan MorrisCalvin Moore James Allen Moore Billy Moorcr Tommy Morgan Charlotte Murray Ann Musgrove Sandra Newell Shirley Newman Barbara Newton Carol Nicholson Butch Nygren Donna Odom Peggy Osborne Charles O'Neal J. E. Owen Carol Parkman Kevin Pepper Jim Perry CLASS President . Vice-President . . S ecrc ta ry - Trea surer Reporter . Teacher .... Donna Hemphill Brenda Shumaker Janie Winters . Barbara Black . . Miss Dunn Patricia Pierce Regina Powell Pam Prem Brenda Prisock Butch Puckett Judy Pyron Patsy Rice Fred Riley Brenda Rimes Daisy Ryan Don Schaeffer Jimmy Schutlz Wayne Sellers Shirley Sharp Shelia Shelnut Brenda Shumaker Johnny Shumaker Donald Simpson Ronald Simpson Patricia Slade Betty Smith Carolyn Sue SmithRita Smith Albert Spann Bill Staton Franklin Stewart Willie Stewart Nancy Stodghill Don Sy Ives tor Ruby Taylor Edward Thilling Martha Tidwell Cynthia Toole Betty Tramel Ida Turnage Nelda Upton Ronnie Vaughn Mary Jane Vickers Sue Wainwright Larry Walker Ben Walker Cecilia Walsh Wanda Ward Carolyn Warriner FRESHMAN CLASS President................Rodney Breckinridge Vice-President..........................Bibb Lowe Secretary-Treasurer..........Johnny Cogland Reporter........................Kenneth Jones Teacher........................Mr. Sherman President................. Vice-President............ Secretary ............... Treasurer................ Reporter (NOT PICTURED) Teacher . . ......... . . Cindy Toole Charlotte Murray . .Judy Holmes . . Carolyn Sue , . Trudy Juneau . . . Mrs. Barry George Warren A1 Weathersby Norman Weber Kay Welch Mary Wheeler Sammy Wheeler Kan White Carolyn Whittington Doug Whittington Marie Williams Sammie Williams Janie Winter Jon Wilson Charles Winthrop Phyllis Womack Woody Wooten Jackie Yearwood Douglas YoakumJeanette Agard Bobby Ammons Mary Anderson Billy Andress Mike Ard Paula Kay Arender Bobbie Armstrong Connie Armstrong Danny Armstrong Pam Armstrong Dianne Ashford Paul Barker Levon Bass Jimmy Bayles Peggy Bayse Alice Bates Gail Beasley Ronnie Beasley Mike Beck Nancy Bedwcll Kcrmit Blanton Donald Blick Janice Boatman Faithe Boatner Patsy Bom an Linda Boykin Larry Boyer Jerry Brent President.... Charlotte Pigg Vice-President . . Linda Herron Secretary-Treasurer.......... Sherry Perkins Reporter. . . . Sharron Gould Teacher. . .Mrs. Hollingsworth President . . Vice-Preside! Secretary-Treasurer . Reporter . . Teacher . . Paul Bridges Pamela Brown Gerald Buford Pamela Lee Bugg Deborah Bullard Martin Burke Lynda Burnett Jamie Burns Butch Bush Buz Campbell John Chastain Margaret Clark Micky Clark Richard Coker Billy Cook Paulette Cook Reba Cook Connie ConerlyPresident. . Johnny Richardson Vice-President . Charles Morgan Secretary-Treasurer........... Billy Parker Reporter............Harry Searcy Teacher.............Mr. Tramel Hardy- Hopper Robinson . . Ava Sims . . Miss Clay Jimmy Craft Cynthia Crane Larry Crawford Becky Crisler Tommy Crosby Kay Cupit Buddy Cupstid Gail Daniel Elaine Daniels Nancy Davis Peter Deavenport Martin Delbouno Rodney Dicken Martha Donahoe Joyce Douglass Eddie Downing Steve Downing Beverly Drake Jimmy Duckworth Pat Ann Duddlcsten Montez Dukes Robert Dunn Celinda Dyar Eve Easterling Paul Eldridge Ricky Emmet Charles Epps Kay Essary Bobby Evens Anita Falkenburg Barbara Farris Brenda Fields Henry Fitzpatrick Alex Floyd Susan Force Don Frazier Teresa Fuller Toni Gates Debra Gilbreath Joan Gladney Larry Gordon Patricia Gordon Sharron Gould Kay Graham Roddy Grant Franklin GreenePricella Hales Danny Haley Kay Haley Linda Haley Larry Hall Edward Hamilton Sheri Hamilton Shcrrell Hanna Buddy Hardy Phil Harper Richard Hayles Archie Hayman Linda Herrcn Deanna Holliday Sandra Holston Judith Honeycutt Larry Hopper Donnie Howe Larry Hubbard Ray Hughes Frankie Hutchinson Sherry Hutchinson Charlotte lies Ira Isonhood Jack Ivy Cameron Johnson Mary Johnson Randall Johnson Cheryl Jolly Gloria Jones Scottie Jones Edwin Keith Keith Kern Sandra Kidd Judy Killion Revie Kirkpatrick Thomas Klinck Gene Klotz Linda Lamb Linda Land Linda Lasley Rodney Laughlin Danny Lee Linda Lee Lynette Lee Rachael Lee President . . . .Linda Williams Vice-President. . Sandra Parris Secretary..........Diane Nutt Treasurer. . . Brenda Williams Reporter. . . Beth McNamme Teacher.............Mrs. Ward President. . . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . . Reporter . . . Teacher . . .. Reba Cook . Parr Brown Debbie Bullard Becky Crisler Mrs. Deevers President .... Becky Spence Vice-President. Ruth McMurchy Secretary-Treasurer........... Connie Conerly Teacher..............Mrs. Wood Greg Marsalis Joe Mason John Matthews Larry Maynard Larry McElehcnny Glenda McGowan Ruth McMurchy Beth McNamee Lewis McNeil Phyllis Lcgg Barbara Lewis Buddy Lindamood Steve Little Janet Lott James Lyles Mary Mackey Jerry Madden Larry Magee Billie Marble Clarence Marble Ross Martin Jim Neal Robert Nelson Jim Netherton Larry Nordin Diane Nutt George Overby Billy Parker Sandra Parris Steve Patterson Kathy Pennckamp Sherry Perkins Gail Perkins Dennis McRae Kenny Miller Butch Milner A1 Moak Lila Moore Ann Morgan Charles Morgan Clyde Morris Walter Morris Joan Morrow Jenny Muir Don Mullican Joe MusgravcDavid Peterson Harry Peterson Billie Pevey Bobby Phillips Margaret Phillips Keith Pickering Joan Pickitt Mickey Pidanich Jan Pierce Charlotte Pigg Billy Pitts Arnettie Polk Dott Porter Marvin Preslor Yonnette Rainer Gale Ramsey Patricia Reid Johnny Richardson Carolyn Roberts Edith Robinson Martha Rochester William Rook Robert Rose Jimmy Round Gene Rust Barbara Rutledge Rebecca Rutland Barbara Sandifier Sandra Schreiter Babette Schubert Harry Searcy Danny Scbren Essie Seward James Shelton Treva Shirley Ava Sims Ricky Skinner Mike Slaughter Bobby Smith Courtney Smith Gloria Smith June Smith Larry Smith Brenda Sommers Becky Spence Bruce Spratlin President, Jimmy Duckworth; Vice- President, Paul Bridges; Secretary-Treasurer, Joe Warrington; Teacher, Mr. Thomas. President, Robert Rosi Vice-President, Bob Skykes; Secretary-Treasurer, John Matthew; Reporter, Wanda Stewart; Teacher, Mr. Thomp son.Betty Steele Wanda Stewart Cindy Stodghill Bob Sykes Sherry Tackett Wanda Taylor F’ genia Thames Ramelle Thatch Ginny Thomas Linda Thompson Mildred Thompson Polly Thornton Clarice Trigg Sue Tucker Fred Tudor Peggy Tyson Margaret Valentine Linda Vaughn Jane Villeret Jerry Villeret Ronnie Vinson resident, Phil Harper; Vice-President, Gerald Juford; Secretary -Treasurer, Marvin 5reslar; Reporter, Clarence Marble; Teacher, Coach Jurvi$. President, Treasa Fuller; Vice-President, Sherrell Hanna; Secretary, Eve Easterwood; Treasurer, Linda Haly; Reporter, Billy Marble; Teacher, Mrs. Branscome. Ann Walden David Wall Joe Warrington Earl Waltman Bobby Walker Tommy Ward Richard Warriner Tony Weeks Jimmie Welburn Tony West Patricia White Pat Whittington Brenda Williams Daniel Williams Eddie Williams Linda Williams Mary Williamson Sandra Williamson Donald Woodward Sandra Wootton Betty YatesPat Alewine Johnny Alford Gayle Allen Junius Allen Nena Allison Raymond Ammons Johnny Anderson Jill Archer Roger Arrington Pat Ashford Tommy Bailey Mary Balgord David Ballard Jerry Barnes Linda Barrett Betty Basye Linda Beam James Beasley Margaret Beasley Bill Bell Ricky Bell Robert Bcnigar Lyn Bookholdt Peggy Bowlin Larry Boyd Lanny Bradford Glenn Brantley Pamela Brock Mary Jane Cook Barkley Cooksey Ann Cottrell Mike Craft MR. STREET'S HOMEROOM: President, Lee Garrard; Vice-President, Mary Cook; Secretary-Treasurer, Latrell Myers; Reporter. Minnie Brown. Minnie Brown Wald ine Brummett Patricia Buford Sandra Bullard Bill Burkett Ronnie Burns Tommy Burnside Brenda Carroll Harris Chandler Stanley Cherry Virginia Clark Davey Cook Bucky Crosby Vickie Crosby Earl Crowder Retha Cumberland MR. GILES' HOMEROOM: President, James Beasley; Vice-President, Harry Edwards; Secretary-Treasurer, Ivette Saxon. Jimmy Cupstid Michael Curley Mike Daige Norma DanielsAllen Davis Martin Davis Jerry Deen Wiley Deen Harold DeWeese Linda Dixon Jimmy Dodd Judy Dodd Betty Gayle Donahoe Norman Dorr Tommy Douglas Joan Dove Norma Dunigan Judy Dunn Diane Dykes Bubba Eckford Harry Edwards John Ellis Becky Foosc Joyce Fornes Kenny Fortenberry Steve Fletcher Jerry Freeman Paula Gaither Lee Garrard Sandra Gilbreath Larry Gilmer Gary Gladney Dianne Gonrich Linda Goss Brenda Graham Geraldine Graham Sandra Grant Wanda Greer Kay Groover Doc Haggard MRS. WALKER'S HOMEROOM: President Kay Groover; Vice-President, Lura Netherton; Secretary-Treasurer, Everett Maye; Reporter, Rudy Mullen. George Hammack Ronny Hannis Sue Harrison James Hartzog MR. SULLIVAN'S HOMEROOM: President, Judson Robertson; Vice-President, Derle Underwood; Secretary-) Treasurer, Larry Tramel; . Reporter, Rita Nations. Gary Hawkins Dianne Hays Joe Hegwood Mary Hildebrand Curtis Holifield Margaret Holliday Shereen Hood Ann Houser Jim Houston Charlotte Hutchison Rosemary Ingram Jan Isonhood Charles Ivy George Johnston Alan Jones Joe Jones Linda Jones Marsha Jones Paulette Jones Diane Kelly Nancy KeHy Jerry Kimbrell Kay King Wayne King Lois Kirk Bill Kron Joe Kvaternik Mary Lawrence Jerry Lee Larry Levan Pat Loftin Clark Lowery Linda Mabre Harlan Mahaffey Van Manning Linda Manska Keith Marsalis Linda Martella Dianne Martin Vernon Martin Beverly Massey Everett Mayo Jim McCuller George McDonald Teresa McElhcnney Karen McFadden Johnny McGowan Bobby McNamee MRS. GRANT'S HOMEROOM: President Bobby Steel; Vice-President, Bubba Eckford; Secretary, Becky Foosc; Treasurer, Wesley Morris; Reporter, Jan Isonhood. Reggie McNamee Charles Meadows Jane Mitchell Doyle Moore Gay Nell Moore Ginger Moore Jerry Moore Mary Morehouse Jane Morris Wesley Morris Lissa Muir Jimmy Mullen Robert Mullen Patsy Murphy Jcana Myers Latrell Myers MRS. GIBBES' HOMEROOM: President, John Ellis; Vice-President, Larry Boyd; Secretary-Treasurer, Norma Daniels; Reporter, Joe Kvaternik.John Nail Rita Ann Nations Lura Netherton Jerry Nordin Dianne Norwood Charlie Odom Cheryl Odom Sandra Osborn Jack Owens Edward Painter Alice Parker Jody Pennock Charles Peterson Byron Phillips Brenda Pickering Theresa Pickering Janice Poss Parker Powers Michael Prather Sandy Putnam Susan Randle Betty Reid Allean Richardson Bobby Richardson Susan Riser Linda Sue Roberts Ellen Robinson Judson Robertson Harold Rogers Roy Rogers Denny Ruddock Connie Rushing President, Mike Daigle; Vice-President, Kenny Fortenberry; Secretary, Charlotte Smith; Reporter, Charles Meadows; Teacher. Mrs. Purvis. Lonnie Rushing Patricia Sandifer Ivette Saxon Faye Sebren Margaret Sebren Edwinta Seward Bobbie Sharpe Anthony Shelton President, Jerry Kimbrell; Vice-President, Sandra Smith; Secretary Treasurer, Joy Sheperd; Reporter, Junius Allen; Teacher, Mrs. Davis. Joy Shepherd Lydia Shipp Jerry Shive Jimmy Shumaker Mickey Shumate Linda Smith Drewana Slay Charlotte Smith Dan Smith Randy Smith Sandra Smith Wayne SpierJack Weeks Sandra Weeks Richard Welborn Linda Welch Robert Sykes Billy Taylor Linda Taylor Phyllis Teeters Pamela Thomas Carlie Thompson Joel Thornton Victor Thornton Douglas Threadgill Larry Tramel James Trigg Sandra Tucker Frank Tudor Judy Tullos Kenneth Turner Sharon Tyler Dcrle Underwood Sheryl Vaughn Ann Walker David Walker Joe Walker Kay Wallace Douglas Walsh Roy Ward Robert Ward law Jerry Welch Darrel Wilbanks Jane Willard Danny Williams Sylvia Williams Darlene Wilson Johnny Wilson Ray Woods President...................Johnny Wilson Vice-President .... Harrell Wilbanks Secretary-Treasurer . . Robert Wardlaw Teacher.......................Mr. Brokaw Bobt y Steel Treasa Stegall Donna Strowd Carolyn Sudduth Joe Suthoff Paul Swales Larry Swales Duane Yelverton Gail Yelverton Jerry Yelverton 62Donald Black Nancy Bowers Rusty Bridges Timothy Burney Jerald Cook Mike Hammack Bobbie Ann Harris Linda Harris Sandra Johnson David Jones Mary M. Jones Harvey Lewis Tangic Linglc Patricia Massey Laura Merritt Barbara Mitchell Rebecca Mullen Steve Newell M R S. T H A T C H ’S Farrell Parish Aaron Rhines, Jr. Gay Rogers Joe Rutledge Velma Shuler Karen Sims M R. Alan Sipes Billie Ruth Smith Karen Spratlin Jimmy Steel Nancy Walters Linda Ward Elizabeth Whiddon Vicky Ann Wooton T R U S S E L L ’S Sandra Barker Dianne Barr Carol Beasley Joe Blackwell Rita Britt Dennis Cagle Cynthia Carter Michael Chisolm Bill Coleman Glenn Cox Tommy Crawford Edward Floyd Glenda Green Emily Hall Susan Hanna Michael Hebbard Jo Ann Kyle Lynda Maddox S I X T H G R A D E Velma Mason Judy Morgan Earl Newman Jerry Newton Andy Partridge Clynn Pepper Charles Perkins Gail Powell Virginia Pullin Tommy Saxman Betty Taylor David Weems Irma Whitehead Alois Ainsworth Dyann Ainsworth Henrietta Armstrong Ronnie Boyd Helen Clark Ronald Dunigan Judy Eady Carolyn Foose Gloria Graham David Hawkins David Hebbard Kenneth Herring Wayne Johnston Mike King Rodney Linglc Leslie Lord Nancy Malone Larry Marble Bill McAnally Cassie McGregor Bruce Mitchell Kathy Oliver Sharon Painter Mike Pennock Glenda Schultz Ray Sivils Thomas Skinner Susan Speir Donna Sudbeck Charles Sykes Anita Tribble Beverly Ward Linda Wiggins Patsy WilkinsonMichael Ammons Donna Black Ruth Bruce Jackie Brummett Betty Comfort Don Cook Karen Crawford Larry Dunn Theresa Edwards David Finch Dennis Gordon Gary Haggard Polly Hammett William Hatter Deborah Kelly Don Kirkpatrick Cornelia Laughlin Deborah Letz LeRoy Maddox John Martin Barbara McMullan Connie McNcece Sue McRaney Dan Modisett Charles Nicholson Charles Peoples Howard Polk James Sims Sharon Sims Dale Slay Steven Sparks Gail Switzer Henry Walsh Barbara Wheddon M R S. H F E I R p R r 0 H D ’S G R A D E Patty Anderson Robert Bowers Sandra Boykin John Bullard Marianne Cagle Margaret Clark Kathy Cook Connie Davis Lynn Essary Deborah Hall Becky Hardwell Randy Houser Jimmy Jones Pam Joyner Linda Levan Mike Lick Perry Maddox Janet Mahaffey Beverly McNeil Kathy Norris Linda Prem Martha Shuler Carl Smith David Steel M I S S s M I T H ’S F 0 U R T H G R A D E 3 ; bb bb bbbbob Jimmy Sylvester Rheubin Taylor Celia Weathersby Evelyn Whitseth Sue Williams Stanley Andrew? John Armstrong Janie Bigner Greg Brown Paula Carter Crystal Douglas Ruth Grant Nancy Harris Carlos Lafitte Diane Lick Brenda Long Cheryl Madden Johnny Marble George McNeer Debra Mullins Alan Partridge Dawn Powell Cindy Rutledge "Cissy" Schultz Cregg Slaughter Betty Stringer Jimmy Ward Billy Weems Larry Wells Patricia Whitehead Brenda Barr Rodney Boykin Judy Bridges Paul Brooks Roy Brookshire Steve Callahan Bobbie Greer Grace Harrell Dale Hensarling Lewis Holmes Margaret Johnson Bernadine Joyner John Lee Mary Lou Lee Ruth Lctz Anita McRae Johnny Milner Gibby MyersRickie Myers Judy Nichols James Papisan Carol Polk Jeanette Sanders Stephen Saxmann Wayne Sheffield Carey Smith Barbara Swales Jerry Torrence Tommy Whitsett Danny Wooten Renee Allbritton Carolyn Bowers Wayne Bowlin Bill Bratley Cindy Brummett Jody Campbell Danny Carroll Jackie Carter Delbert Cooksey Judy Cooper Butch Douglas Jim Foose Karen Hebbard Lynda Hill Rodney Hodges Rachel Ingram Susan Johnston Dennis Kelly Aubrey Long Carolyn Mason Joe McNamce Bonnie Moore Jimmy Morgan Richard Papisan Sandra Patrick David Petersen Barry Rogers Frances Rounc Sue Smith Michael Speed Cindy Stringer Billy Sylvester Larry Weems Bobby Williams F 0 U R T H G R A D E M R S. P 0 u w D ’S T H I R D G R A D EM R S. S I P E T H I R D G R A D E Sherry Alford Ray Barr Elaine Berry Kathy Bledsoe Allen Brantley Debbie Britt Bobby Bruce Mike Burch Teresa Burchfield Joe Campbell Ricky Deaton Jeff Flanagan Debbie Gore Kenny Grabach Lorian Hemingway Bobby Joe Herring Connie Fay Hughes Glenn Johnson JoAnn Kobuke Billy Langford Joe Luke June Mason Jim McNeil Troy Nordin Betty Oliver Danny Parker Bob Pyron Ginger Richardson Lee Riley Randy Shelton Bruce Sims Charles Stickler Elizabeth Thompson Joey Williams M R S S. E M g 4 N 0 G N R E A ’S D E Kary Arender Bill Berry Carolyn Blackwell Jimmy Bradshaw Sam Bullard Sherrie Chisolm Randy Cook Deborah Drummond Alice Farris Robert Graves Janie Holliday Linda Jeffcoat Jo Ruth King Rachel Lewis David Lingle Larry Maddox Brenda McCord Sheila Myers Terri Nicholson Ray Pigg Sara Spratlin Denise Sanders Debra Stewart Jennifer ThamesNancy Alford Elaine Allbritton Barbara Armstrong William Blackwell Cindy Brown Cathy Cook Debra Finch Jerry Fortenberry Glenn Gammons Vickie Geist Dale Greer John Henderson Cindy Holeman Becky Ingram Nancy Lee Diane Lents Bo Long Debbie Martin Hal Martin Rhonda Mills David Moore Carolyn Morgan Paul Peoples Judy Rochester Michael Rocver Randy Scoggins Geraldine Sheffield Tommie Shumate Carole Stringer Ray Thompson Sheila Thompson Perry Thurmond Dennis Wells Stanley Williams 5 M E R C S. 0 N M D 0 0 G R R E A ’S D E Phyllis Ammons Brenda Bridges Jimmy Brock Mamie Brummett Kent Cooper Taffy Davis Leonard Dukes Debra Gay Pamela Graham Jimmy Grant David Harrell Paul Hinton Edward Jones Terry Jordan Linda Kyle Pamela Levan Donna Luke Sue Mason "Butch" Mayfield Wanda McElhenncy Brenda Milner Chris Petersen Margaret Prescott M R S. B E R R T H I L L ’S F 0 V R T H G R A D E o b b pa50 c bb bfe p b ; Judy Price Eddie Roberts Scotty Russell Ronnie Schuler Rhonda Shotts Kyras Stokes Cary Thomas Rodney Walker Gondy Ward Robbie Whiddon Gloria Whitehead Pat Alford Fay Armstrong Calvin Burnham Cindy Clark Robert Dukes Pat Furlow Lynn Gay Bonnie Geist Debbie Gladney Jeff Gordon Bob Gray Gail Greer Mike Jones Doris Langford Debra Levan Donnie McGowan Mike McNeil David Peoples Dwaine Slay Garry Sparks Bob Spencer Sandra Spratlin Kathy Varner Tommy Wcathersby Cathy Weems Shirley Whitsett Ricky Wilkinson Mike Williams Gary Bowers Glenn Bowlin Tim Brantley Sue Britt Vivian Brooks Robbin Brown Carolyn Carter Danny Copeland Kay Fortenberry David Johnston Charlotte Jones Charles Joyner Randy Lick Beth Maddox Milton McNamee Kathy Mullican Danny Oliver Diane Prem Rusty Richardson Tim Riley Buddy Rogers Pam Stringer Darlene Welch Debbie Wesley Mike Williams Sharon Williams Jan Wilson Martha Arender Sondra Banks Don Berry Harvey Cherry Lester Crosby Jackie Deaton Doyle Dyer Tommy Essary Aletta Hatter George Hill Sandra Hodges Gary Long Judy Long Sharon Long Mike Luke Robbie Malone Tressa Marble Karen Martin Mike Massey Val Moore Dianette Myers Howard Roden Dennis Stringer Theresa Thornton Rhonda Thurmon Mark Townsend Darlene Tribble Cliff Wooten tq b 3 C} 3 tq b CiJohn BeasleyOur Heroine Brenda Stewart ) Cherry Scales JLjcA • 6V 'Beauty Handsome Jimmy CarterBEST DRESSED BOY MOST ATHLETIC BOY Jerry Tidmore MOST STYLISH GIRL Barbara Crawford MOST ATHLETIC GIRL Wanda PaceSPIRITUAL VISIONED BOY BEST PERSONALITY BOY John Stewart SPIRITUAL VISIONED GIRL Janie Austin BEST PERSONALITY GIRL . Jerry Martin MOST INFLUENTIAL BOY Ted MurphyCUTEST BOY Jerome Massey CUTEST GIRL Linda Anderson MOST INFLUENTyjP L MO$%LIKELY T SUUCEED GIRL Saralice Jones MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BOY Bruce JayneiM % MOST VERSATILE GIRL Barbara Bailey MOST VERSATILE BOY Fred Shirley ■ , D.A.R. CITIZENSHIP GIRL Juniors CLASS FAVORITE Billy Taylor CLASS FAVORITE GIRL Jo Anne Sykes JOLLIEST JUNIOR Pat PhillipsSophomores SUNNIEST SOPHOMORE Johnny Pope CLASS FAVORITE GIRL Sue Hubbard CLASS FAVORITE BOY Charles LindseyFreshmen CLASS FAVORITE BOY Bibb Lowe CLASS FAVORITE GIRL Donna Hemphill FRIENDLIEST FRESHMAN Shelia ShelnutELEMENTARY King-Andy Partridge Queen-Sandy Barker HIGH SCHOOL King-Richard Stuart Queen-Frances Brown JUNIOR HIGH King-Mickey Shumate Queen-Joy Shepherd HALLOWEEN COURTFRONT ROW: Jack Craig, Janie Winters, Freshman Maid; Jimmy Bradshaw, Elementary; Brenda Stewart, Queen; Bill McKinney, Joy Williams, Junior Maid; Roy Williams, Terry Lynn Nicholson, Elementary. BACK ROW: Charles Cook, Sandra Parris, Junior High Maid; Kathy Burney, Sophomore Maid; Johnny Pope, Martha Ann Chadwick, Senior Maid; Jerome Massey. HOMECOMING COURTTHE STUDENT COUNCIL HALL OF FAME The Student Council seeks to recognize the outstanding students of each year's Senior Class by selecting a Hall of Fame. Every Senior is given the opportunity to apply for membership in the Hall of Fame. Each application is considered first by a Student Council Committee and then by the Student Council faculty committee. Either committee may reject any applicant deemed unworthy. Afterwards the Council as a whole votes by secret ballot for the new members of the Hall ofcjFa e. These deserving are hollared on Recognition JOHN BEASLEY BRENDA STEWART FRED SHIRLEYm. ST AGE WORKSTUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council was organized for the purpose of improving Forest Hill School in every way. It strives to promote a better relationship between teachers and pupils, to foster an invigorating school spirit, and to stimulate a wholesome interest between school and community. It is composed of representatives from each of the homerooms, a reporter, and three faculty advisors. These representatives take their responsibilities seriously and serve with pride and dignity. It is their wholehearted desire to see Forest Hill students grow in all ways "in favor with God and man. " I 94 BETA CLUB The Forest Hill Beta Club, a service organization, is based on good mentality and character, creditable achievement, and commendable attitude. The purpose of die organization is to promote the ideals of honesty, service, and leadership, to reward meritorious achievement, and to encourage and assist students to continue their education. The activities include sponsoring delegates to Youth Congress, providing library assistants, preparing boxes for die needy, keeping a scrapbook, presenting a talent show, and contributing to die National Beta Educational Fund. Frances Brown, Business Manager; confers with her staff members, Sandra Mirki Wanda Gould, Ads Editor. lc AudreV Ly»ettt Blicki and ,4m Betty McGowan, Sandra Dunn, and Sue Comfort work hard on typing copy to meet the deadline. THE REBEL STAFF Staff members Anne Robin Autrey and Barbara Crawford assist Brenda Stewart, Editor, in identifying pictures for the annual. Sports Editors Fred Shirley and Janie Austin talk with Mrs. Hardy about the Sports section of the annual.THE REBEL STAFF Staff members Terry Simmons, Barbara Crawford, and Hilda Davis work assiduously in the absence of their editor, Linda Murray. Brenda Stewart, Editor; and Mrs. Hardy, Sponsor; collaborate on the finer points of the annual. Business Manager, Frances Brown; and Layout Editor, Saralice Jones; work hurriedly to meet the final deadline. Martha Ann Chadwick, High School Editor; Saralice Jones, Layout Editor; Frances Brown, Business Manager; and Linda Anderson, Snapshot Editor; find time for laughter.REBEL REVIEW Mrs. Micha Littell, Sponsor, pauses to think of a new and different idea for the paper. Staff members, Edwinta Morris, Terry Simmons, George Ray Weeks, Hilda Davis, Sandra Marble, Richard Dunn, and Woody Putnam, smile happily as a new edition of the paper is put out. Sports Editor, Fred Shirley; Business Manager, Mary Ann Bratley; and Martha Ann Chadwick confer together on a new angle for the paper. Bruce Jayne, Editor; Judy Johnson, and Mrs. Littell find time to smile during a busy schedule.Judy Johnson, Gerald Lord, Assistant Editor; Barbara Crawford, Terry Woods, Fred Shirley, Pat Phillips, Mary Bratley, Business Manager; Bruce Jayne, Editor; all work hard to make the next edition of the "Rebel Review" even better than the last one. Bruce Jayne, Editor; shows members of his staff some newspaper tatics. REBEL REVIEW 99 Anne Robin Autrey. Perhaps it's the art work! Lynette Blick, Gail Sandifer, Anne Robin Autrey, Paulette McClendon, and Martha Chadwick read aloud the "letters to the Editor".Bible Club The purpose of the Bible Club is to stimulate spiritual growth and to direct young people to a richer, fuller, and more satisfying life. 100 ■l Safety Council The Safety Council, now in its fourth year, was organized to give high school youth an action group through which they could work to make the school, homes, and highways safer. Through the safety bulletin board, elementary safety lessons, Safety Emphasis week, the Economy Run and Car Road-E-O, television and radio programs, demonstrations and other activities, and through tire 'setting of good examples some 30 teenagers at F.H. have shown what can be done by "youth in action for Safety. "The Latin Club has several objectives of special importance: to stimulate interest in subject matter, to study more about Greek and Roman customs, and to acquire a broader concept for becoming better persons. The club strives to encourage students to acquire culture and appreciation of beauty, as well as the love for the finer things in life, so that they may live happily and at peace with themselves and their friends. JLUBS Latin Club 101 Many are the signs of growth around our campus and very evident among them is the tremendous expansion of our library facilities. Our librarian, Mrs. Ramsey, would be the first to extol the splendid work of the Library Club. The members of this club arc library assistants, performing routine duties in the library and learning the various facets of library work. Library ClubCLUBS The 4-H Club is an organization of about 2, 5000, 000 rural and urban young people between the ages of ten and twenty-one. The objectives are set forth in the 4-H Pledge: "I pledge my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands to larger service, my health to better living, for my club, my community, and my country. " The FHA motto is "Toward New Horizons. " It reminds members that their contributions to home life today will influence the kinds of homes they have tomorrow. The flower is the red rose. It represents the search of Future Homemakers of America for beauty in everyday living. FHA 4-HBecause there are hidden thoughts in a girl's mind deeper than laughter, because there arc hidden yearnings in a girl's heart, because there is a desire in a girl's soul to know God and His goodness, our Y-Teen clubs were formed. They were organized that girls might come together to discuss things important to each one, that they might learn how to spread among all girls the spirit of enthusiasm, service and friendship. The Forest Hill Y-Teens have in their membership three seventh grade groups, five eighth grade groups, one ninth grade group, and one senior high group. A total of ten groups of young women here belong to a world-wide fellowship of women and girls of every race, creed, and color. T-TEENS T- TEENSBetsy Sloan Mary Jo Dee vers Saralice Jones Frances Brown Barbara Bailey Barbara Crawford Cherry Scales Martha Ann ChadwickMrs. Touchstone's students rr X. Mrs. Brock's studentsClarinet Section Woodwind Section REBEL Band Council Low Bra si FRONT ROW: Jan Graves, May Cox, Johnny Mardis erly, Anne Robin Autrey. BACK ROW: Curtis Causey C. R. Dendy, Aubrey Morrow. C. R. Dendy Drum MajorReed and Brass Section High Brass and Drums BAND ection andra Con-P. Smith, Mr. B. B. Brokaw, Director Jan Graves Drum Majorette Head MajoretteMAJORETTES LINDA ANDERSON MARTHA ANN CHADWICK ANNE ROBIN AUTREY BETTY KINARD JAN GRAVES Head Majorette SUE HUBBARD Feature Twirler  R_R_Rip. What's wrong Janet? Twiddling our thumbs. Time out for a rest. The Confederettes is a girls' precision drill team, organized in the spring of 1960. The group is trained in both military and dance routines and has performed at a number of sports events. Don't worry Terc.FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS FRONT ROW: Maty Margaret Martin, Nan Briton, Jo Ann Sykes. BACK ROW: Glenn Doty, Barbara Bailey, Brenda Stewart--Head Cheerleader, Terry Woods.BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS CHERRY SCALES VIRGINIA ORR LINDA ANDERSON MARTHA ANN CHADWICK Head Cheerleader 113 ANNE ROBIN AUTREYCafeteria Workers And Custodians Mrs. Walker Mrs. Villcret Mrs. Barber Mrs. Donnell Leretha Fleeming Mimiee Thigpen Laura Lott Lee Ethel Coleman Mrs. Farmer Willette Moore Mattie Ruth Bracy Hattie Fleeming Honey Morris Rhynctta Randall Alberta Bell Nick Thomas Mr. Whitehead Mr. WallisBus Drivers And Safety Boys FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Manska, Mrs. Rogers, Joyce Lee, Vera Haden. SECOND ROW: Don Bell, Mrs. Wagster, Randall Carney, Mrs. Moore, Donald Downing, Mr. Finch. Safety Boys FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Glenn Brantley, Jerry Freeman, Edward Floyd, Andy Partridge, Kenneth Turner, Barkley Cooksey, Jerry Lee. SECOND ROW: Charlie Odom, Victor Thornton, James Trigg, Rodney Dickew, David Ballard, Glenn Cox, Bobby Steele, Franklin Green, Richard Welborn. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Dodd, Wayne King, Paul Swayles, Wayne Holmes, Tommy Douglas, Larry Hubbard, Marvin Prcslar, Roddy Grant, Kenny Fortenberry. FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Cooksey, Mrs. Wiggins, Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Chastain, Jerry Gaines. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Walker, Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. Vincent, Mrs. Thornton, Gerald Donnell, Bill McKinney. 115Get that Boom mike out of the w Cha-cha-cha SNA I Come a little closer.... Bill, where's your sweater? Swing and sway the Johnson way. at just about this angle.SHOTS 117 f mss Yeah? See? it's getting thin. Jeny can dance. Uncle Sam needs YOU! All right you guys. ..You ain't nothing but a hound dog! You wouldn't dare! Well, it's like this.... That'sa pretty good! SNA I Queen for a Day!Forward march! 119 WOTS Love thy neighbor!? How old am I???Guess who? Stop the music. Walking on Air. Hotdogs anybody? SNAPSHOTS Listen close "Mrs. Ferg". Lets get Dramatic!1960-61 Rebels ASSISTANT COACHES Jerrel Purvis John Sullivan HEAD COACH David Lingle Forest Hill’s Rebels, fighting off a bad case of graduation and inexperience, managed to compile a record of four wins and six losses, and a tie for third in the North Little Dixie standings. The Rebels, picked to finish near the cellar in the pre-season polls, posted an early season triumph over the highly favored Morton Panthers and were then recognized as a much feared opponent to all Little Dixie teams. The speedy backfield and aggressive line were highly regarded by the Rebels' ten opponents BOBBY BANKSTON EDDIE BANKSTON DWAYNE BARRETT JOHN BEASLEY RODNEY BRECKENRIDC Captain CHARLES BROOKS JIMMY CARTER Honorable Mention All-Little Dixie RANDY CORE ROYCE CULPEPPER DON DOUGLASROGER HALLMARK RAGNAR JUREV1CS BILL HOBSON GERALD LORD BILLY HOLMES JEROME MASSEY BUBBA JONES THOROLF JUREVICS JOE PATTERSON ODOM JOEL PETERSON LEONARD RICKMAN MIKE PHILLIPS PAT PHILLIPS TERRY PYRON JIMMY RAY Captain Honorable mention All-Little Dixie JERRY TIDMORE DAVID TURNER Captain All-Little DixieForest Hill's victorious Rebels are shown shortly after registering thier initial win of the season over the Morton Panthers 18-13. FOREST HILL 18 MORTON 13 Forest Hill's Rebels won their first game of the season as they upset the powerful Morton Panthers by a score of 18-13 on the strength of a last minute pass from Jerry Tidmore to Bill Hobson, who ran 25 yards for the touchdown. The Panthers drew first blood as the Panther's Jerry Magers raced 53 yards for the score to send Morton into an early 6-0 lead. Morton scored again in the second period when Richardson raced downfield for their second score, to run the Panthers' lead to 13-0. The Rebels then fought back however, and Tidmore went across from the five and the Rebs were back in the game at halftime by a 13-6 score. With Weeks intercepting a Panther aerial, Tidmore then carried across again to make the score 13-12. The Rebs had no intention of falling by a one-point margin as Tidmore un-leased his game-winning pass to Hobson with 44 seconds showing on the clock for the win. Jerome Massey, the Rebels' injured punter, is pictured talking to star quarterback, Jerry Tidmore, on the sideline.Let go! A bit of the rugged line play of the Florence game is shown here as an Eagle defender stops George Weeks, Forest Hill halfback, for a little gain. Jimmy Carter, number 5, lends his assistance to little avail. FOREST HILL 20 FLORENCE 8 Rebel manager Harris Chandler displays some of the duties of an efficient manager as he is seen doctoring Rebel end John Beasley. Forest Hill's fast improving Rebs found themselves right in the middle of the North Little Dixie championship race when they ran to a 20-8 victory over the previously unbeaten Florence Eagles. With quarterback, Jerry Tidmore leading the way, the Rebs ripped holes in the Eagle line to register their third victory of the year. Near the opening of the contest, the Rebels first scored with Tidmore doing the honors. The Rebs then took an early 7-0 lead. After a Rebel punt, the Eagles then marched again downfield to Rebel territory, this time to score. With Robert Kuhn taking it over from the four yard line, the Eagles then trailed by only 7-6. The attempted P.A.T. was blocked and the Rebs kept the lead. In the second half the Rebs scored two more times, with Tidmore gathering his second and third touchdowns of the night to set the stage for the win. The lone Eagle score of the last half was a safety executed by an Eagle lineman, who caught Weeks in the endzone for the final score.FOREST HILL 25 PEARL 19 Forest Hill's Rebels staged a brilliant comeback after trailing by 19-6 at half-time to register a stirring 25-19 victory over the Pearl Pirates for their fourth win of the season. After having trouble getting a movement on the ground, the Rebels decided to go to the air as Tidmore moved the Rebs down field in scoring position. With 20 seconds left on the clock, Tidmore went across from the nine to send the score to 19-6 at the half-time. The Rebels were a different team after halftime as they scored three times on passes to Jimmy Carter and George Weeks and a run by Tidmore. The nature of the game was the dominance of Pearl in the first half and the Rebels' terrific second half comeback. Coach David Lingle is shown giving instructions to his star lineman Jim Ray during one of the Rebel's exciting games. Whoa boy! FOREST HILL 13 FOREST 39 The Forest Bearcats again turned the tide on the Forest Hill Rebels as they routed the Rebs by a score of 39-13. After leading by a score of 26-6 at the half-time, the Bearcats continued to take advantage of the Rebels' miscues as they ran for two more touchdowns and limited the Rebs to one. Tidmore ran his season scoring total to 71 points as he again accounted for all the Rebels’ points. The Bearcats were led by standouts, Stanley Douglass and James Harvey.Get that ball! Mass confusion is displayed in this Forest Hill encounter FOREST HILL 6 BRANDON 7 The Brandon Bulldogs pulled the biggest upset of the year when they edged out a narrow 7-6 victory over Forest Hill's Rebels to knock the Rebs from championship contention in the North Little Dixie. "Jarring Joe Patterson" scored the Rebels lone touchdown in the last period as the Rebs tried desperately to pull another victory out of the bag. Brandon's determined Bulldogs managed to keep possession of the ball and insure their upset win. Leonard Rickman, Mike Phillips and John Beasley led the Rebels, who were playing without star quarterback, Jerry Tidmore. as each team scrambles for the ball. FOREST HILL 0 CLINTON 26 Clinton's North Little Dixie Champions, led by hard charging fullback, Jimmy Dukes, ran to a hard fought victory over the Forest Hill Rebels to the tune of 26-0. With the Rebs not able to churn a touchdown movement, the Arrows then moved to their first score as Dukes scored on an end sweep to send the score to 7-0. Two and one half minutes later, the Arrows were in scoring position after intercepting a Rebel aerial. But the Arrows did not stop there as they moved to a 19-0 half time lead on the strength of a pass to end Johnny Stanley. With linemen Rodney Brechenridge, Jimmy Ray, and Mike Phillips leading a strong Rebel effort, the Rebs held the Arrows to only a lone second half score as Dukes ran for his third score of the night. The Rebel offense was led by hussl-ing Bill Hobson and charging Joe Patterson. Quarterback Jerry Tidmore is shown being hit for a loss after having to pounce on a loose ball.HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Coach Mr. J. N. Brock Managers Rickey Decker Dee Linn Bailey The Forest Hill Rebels were winning in usual form for Coach J. N. Brock, who is serving his tenth year as head coach. At the deadline the Rebs had compiled a record of twenty-two wins and five losses. They had also won the Murrah and Pearl Invitational Tournaments, the North Little Dixie Championship, and the Little Dixie Championship. Starters for this edition of the Rebels were: John Beasley, Johnny Nicholson, and Fred Shirley, all seniors; and juniors Spencer Schrieter and Jimmy Carter. Bench strength added much to this year's team with aces Charlie Wright, Edwin Fortenberry, and Richard Dunn, leading the way. 128Scores Home Opponent 66..........Brandon...............28 52..........Florence..............45 56 ........Vicksburg.............42 54..........Morton............... 53 45..........Raymond...............43 57 ........Clinton...............41 50..........Central...............42 41..........Murrah................32 62 ........Forest................52 63 ........Pearl.................40 79..........Brandon...............40 45 ........Florence..............53 69..........Mendenhall............51 46 ..........Pearl................44 69..........Central...............50 47 ........Central...............40 26..........Murrah................35 81..........Harrisville .... 21 60..........Morton................49 29..........Clinton...............51 50..........Forest................58 60 . . • . Murrah..............65 75..........Pearl.................47 91..........Tylertown.............46 75..........Pearl.................59 65..........Mendenhall .... 49 58 ........Vicksburg.............46 District TournamentGoosie" 131HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Coach John Sullivan Managers Bill Hobson Mary Hemphill 132 Forest Hill's Rebelettes showed improvement with every game and displayed good potential against some of the most formidable opposition in the state. Coach John L. Sullivan began his first year of coaching as he found a sophomore and junior laden team wanting in height and experience. The lone senior on the squad, Wanda "lefty” Pace, led all scorers on the team and was just beginning to display her talents. The Rebelettes record was 5 wins and 10 losses prior to the district tournament. Starters were Pace, Alice Balgord, and Kathy Burney at forward and Nan Britton, Jo Ann Sykes, and Linda Jones at the guard slots. Others seeing lots of action were Carol Puckett, Helga Jurevics, Betty Lou Smith, and Sue Varner.Up you go! 133 But that's not right!MARGIE ANN BINGHAM GUARD CAROL PUCKETT FORWARD BETTY LOU SMITH FORWARD You can't catch me!BASEBALL Anxiously awaiting the spring sports season are the baseball and track letter-men of last year, pictured here. Although ace sprinter, Jerry Tidmore, sustained a knee injury during football season, he was expected to be ready for track. Another fatal blow appeared when distance runner, Eddie Armstrong, broke his leg in a home mishap. The Rebs will enter the Canton, Little Dixie and district track meets. On the baseball scene the Rebels were picked as strong contenders for the conference championship with numerous lettermen returning. Participation in district competition last year made Forest Hill ineligable for Little Dixie competition; but this year the Rebels will be in the heat of things around the conference with hopes high for potential to develop. TRACKThe Junior High Rebels ran their phenominal winning streak to 40 games this year as they won 21 straight over many prominent foes. After compiling a 19-0 record as eighth graders, they didn't let up as they extended it to 40 this year in the Junior High circuit. The Junior High Girls showed outstanding promise for the future in their games.The 7th and 8th Grade teams were unable to perform in the Hinds County Tournament this year because of a new ruling. But they registered many regular game victories in fine fashion, with a display of top potential for the future.FOOTBALL ELEMENTARY BASKETBALL GRA-T 140BROCK’S HAIR STYLING EENTR LEWIS HARDWARE COMPANY BOMAR’S SHOE STOR BROWN FURNITURE COMPANY MART LILLIAN’S TOTS TEENS MART 51 BARBER SHOP CRESCENT LAUNDRY SHOPPING RY CENTER MARVEL CLEANERS JENNING’S MEN'S WEAR T t K E N J(5bA JSrtii LINDSEY, INC. JITNEY JUNGLE NO. 19 PATTERSON-MART 51 REXALL DRUG STORE KENT’S DOLLAR STORE SHAINBERG'SSOUTHERN FEED SUPPLY PHONE 3-7031 P. O. 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Forest Hill High School - Rebel Yearbook (Jackson, MS) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1


Forest Hill High School - Rebel Yearbook (Jackson, MS) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 1


Forest Hill High School - Rebel Yearbook (Jackson, MS) online yearbook collection, 1965 Edition, Page 1


Forest Hill High School - Rebel Yearbook (Jackson, MS) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 84

1961, pg 84

Forest Hill High School - Rebel Yearbook (Jackson, MS) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 27

1961, pg 27

Forest Hill High School - Rebel Yearbook (Jackson, MS) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 108

1961, pg 108

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