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

 - Class of 1965

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Lfazkv A ,, uf'-f' 5 ,iw 'I .- 11.4.1 ,I ' 'Ib' FOREST HILL HIGH SCHOOL JA CI-mom MISSISSIPPI Edith Robinson Editor Frankie Walsh f Business Manager Barbara Farris Layout Editor Mrs. A nne Harajf Sponsor M4 COOOOOD v S 4 t I ' i E' its . 5 - ev r....,,,,NNm-M Q9 For your tolerance, your under- standing, your effective teaching, and your perservance through five years of association with usg for the fun, the laughter and the good times We have had togetherg for your cheerful disposition and your distinctive dimples the Senior Class of l965.vvith much love and ap- preciation dedicates the 1965 Rebel to you--Coach Doyle Thompson. Q fx' wM559,'.Mv. 'wig 5 95 X iw 1 3? P L V Q x 4 ' i f ' . R M, Nts. ,, ,H -M ,Y 59 X 4' +4 ,L 1. Y sf , gg? FQ W, , QA,,. 'fT,b1'EXK' .fi 'f . ' f' t..:ygY3f'f ' TABLE OF CONTENTS FEA TURES SPORTS ADMINISTRA TION CLASSES A CTI VI TIES O DQ O O O O rows DIARY Une year of your life in Written form will be your reward for keeping this diary and cherishing it realizing its pricless quality. In it are recorded your daily habits your moments of ac- complishment and events of importance. As you go along you will be able to turn aside the veil of for- getfulness and see the events of two three and even four years ago You Will find amusing re- collections that will bring chuckles' you will recall happy events that made you wish time could have stood still at that imoment and certainly little recious memories that you will want to keep in the permanent f . . . P rm which this book provides. O O O F O is S7 Xf O A A-CHOO! . THE THINKING MAN . '11 -- .f f 'I J' 5 , ,.v' Avg. Q 32 5 Q if 2 J' -ef g1Ve UP mY gum? LyLA"' A 5 Here I am. Take me! 'AKA fi 5 My class had 21 per cent fewer cavities! . e ee y Get busy, Coach! A penny for your thoughts, Coach Cheney! You're kidding! ! ll 6 ADMINISTRA TION Harrnonlously headlng a faculty of 48 and a school enrollment of 1, 315 are Mr. x Q Bailey, Mrs. Ferguson, and Mr. Splain, who work together for the betterment of Forest Hill. 7 HINDS COUNTY BOARD Striving to better educate Hinds county students could well be the motto of the Hinds County Board of Trustees. The Board consists of five members, one elected from each supe1'visor's district. These excellent choices prove that Hinds County people are vitally interested in our educational system. LEFT TO RIGHT, SEATED: Mr. I. E. Aldridge, Superintendent of Education, Mr. G. W. Simmons, Mr. J. W. Combs, jr, STANDING: Mr. I. S. Mellon, Mr. A. Carter Blake, and Nlr. Thomas M. Whitfield. LOCAL BOARD The local board members all serve five year terms and are appointed by the Hinds County Board. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Frank Brantley, Mr. Thomas Autrey, Mr. I. B. Madden, Mr. J. B. Vickers, Mr. D. B. Mahaffey, and Mr. S. M. Bailey. I . 2319? EFF HIS TORT With humor and understanding Mr. Moore and Mrs. Ward prepare their students for the future by learning from the past. Mr. Walsh supplements textbook material by relating highlights of a military career. MA THEMA TICS Preparing junior high students for a more advanced mathematics are Mrs. Thomas, Miss jones, Mr. Simmons, Mrs. Branscome, and Mrs. Killion. HIS TORT Mr. Tom Cheney, our head coach, teaches American History to eager juniors. Coach Thompson and Coach Purvis spend their classroom hours teaching the past to history- minded pupils. MA THEMA TICS Straight-from-thashoulder teaching of mathematics suited to a satellite age keeps the teachers in mathematics busier than usual. Giving students a sound foundation in geometry, algebra, and trigonometry are Mr. Ruthland and Mrs. Ferguson, who is also the high school principal. ENGLISH Mrs. Martha Odom, Miss Mary Sharp Lickfold, Mrs. Laverne Deevers, and Mrs. Henrietta Gibbes prepare their students for high school English by putting much stress on literature, composition, and grammar. DRIVER ED U CA TI ON AND LANGUA GES With a sense of humor Q and an extra set of brakes J as their only protection, Mr. Sahler and Mr. Gainey attempt to teach safety on the road to eager pupils, Ex- plaining the complexities of Spanish and Latin occupy the time of Mrs. Sipes and Mr. Simmons. ENGLISH From their Vast storehouses of literary know- ledge, Mrs. Reid, Mrs. Nichols, Mrs, Hardy, and Miss Thrailkill enrich their students as they give them a firm founda- tion for higher English. BUSINESS ED UCA TION AND LIBRARY Preparing students for tomorrow's business World, Mrs. Reid, Mrs. King, and Mrs. Holmes teach classes in shorthand, typing, bookkeeping, and secretarial training. Aptly managing the library, Mrs. Ramsey offers unlimited horizons to Forest Hill students through a world of books and magazines. -1. ivy- 'nv' , I Q7 SCIENCE Teaching with genial humor and skill, Coach Thomas and Coach Durr are con- tinually alert to new developments in biology, chemistry, and physics. AIUSIC "Music hath charms to soothe the troubled breast. " Creating an appreciation for music and developing native abilities are the aims of Mrs. Mildred Brock, Mrs. Dot Touchstone, Mr. B. B. Brokaw, and Mrs. Margaret Sullivan. SCIENCE Aware of the increasing need of scientific knowledge in a space age, the five teachers in our science department challenge thier students to step up the tempo of their learning. Opening up new fields of interest to the junior high stu- dents are Coach Brock, Mrs. Durr, and Coach Chandler. ELE C TI VES In preparation for future occupations stu- dents learn how to cook, sew, speak, correctly, handle various machines, and keep physically fit under the guidance of Mr. Scott, Miss Jones, Mrs. Gibbes, Mrs. Webb, Mr. Splain, Mrs. Allegrezza, and Miss Lickfold. .,nf CO UNSEL OR With efficiency and good humor Mr. Nel- son serves as high school counselor. Mr. Nelson also helps administer aptitude and scholarship tests. FIFTH GRA DE Teaching their students to combine studies and fun are the fifth grade teachers, Mrs. Griffing and Mrs. Alewine. , SECRETARY AND BOOKKEEPER Fulfilling her duties as bookkeeper Mrs. Oneida Brantley keeps an up-to-date- account of all expenditures. Friendly, congenial, and competent describe Mrs. Bailey as she serves as school secretary. SIXTH GRADE Preparing students for new adventures into junior high school are Mrs. Cheney and Mr. Splain. SECOND AND THIRD GRADES Readying students for higher grades are Mrs. Kynerd, Mrs. Moore, and Mrs. Finch, who teach second and third grades. FOUR TH GRADE Mrs. Chandler and Mrs. Ogletree encour- age fourth grade students to study hard and "learn those multiplication tables". FIRST GRADE Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Treloar, first grade teachers, are giving their students a fine start in their education. In 1934 a new tradition began for an old community. Thirty-one years ago Mr. Shellie M. Bailey came to Forest Hill. And since that time leadership, achieve- ment, and progress have become synonymous with the name Forest Hill. The past three decades have seen additions to the junior high building, the erection of the auditorium and the elementary building, the shop, the cafeteria, the science building, the high school building, the Rebel stadium, and the Shellie M. Bailey Coliseum. Under the capable leadership of Mr. Bailey, Forest Hill has become what it is today--a school Where reading, Writing, and arithm etic, are not the only subjects taught. At the termination of thirty-one years of faith- ful service the students of Forest Hill say "Thank you, Mr. Bailey." 14 gg W M Q51 ',,f4IWWn Q 9 E f Qflsww' J' sa 4, ,, as Q F' ' WMM 3 xf 5 , , B . ,M , N .V il ' Q f 3 5 , u 1 M 1 ,, Q--QV .5 + wi ua f 'f fr 0 Q f ' J w asf' ' ' 5- ' gr .-L .f 4 M 2 V 5 ' f 5919? f ff M Mk 5 -f X -1 ,, W A , 5? V 5 g vw fy . A 4 If :N as 5, WW 1 , , W 'W ji' ea -. 3 ' f Q' f W' 'M 6. . W f N' V vu 'L W ww 11 ik 1 X f- 'Q E TM :V 1 5? in A P, .K 5? 'X - ? ,, V, 2' FEA TURES "Honour is purchased by the deeds we do 'R "' 'ic honour is not Won, Until some honourable deed be done -Marlowe MR. FOREST HILL CHIP DA VIS MISS FOREST HILL SHERRELL HANNA Mm, www: MOST 6? 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WW 1 ff: 1 i K W .V,.' 1 . M hQw5'?'i,1,,g,,,'gg,,,,.. i.,.Lg,,,3Q3 M ' im . . ,,..,--,., Mk V . f - ,K.,, M.afWgLffAM .Q i'i?mxm5N - 'E ie, p "' we 'F J S , X ' ' f . X " ,mh., ' X Q? -f Y i ' J . h ,M h5 ' f5 -mK. ggi L ' Qs ' i A A q""E """ T , f M. , .wg : ,sz pm , v,,W, e-J ,, ,. A 5, Q, .Q .Q 1 fx ' L". ' 2 N - y - .1 ir Q X if f H9 ' ' we rf I N Fe. .ar Iv '31 1 1 X fx h W, S6 - 3. ' ., , W 3 L wx W " f - xw ' 3 4, 6 ,A s ' 'H Q , A , w 1 'sf JM MM- 'KWH 'lgw' ,--n-.K -fwv-M mm.-uw V. ii" Sk CLASSES CLASS PRESIDENTS: John Matthews, Senior Class, James Beasley, junior Class, CLASS VICE-PRESIDENTS: Chip Davis, Senior Class, Harry Edwards, junior Class, CLASS SEC- RETARIES: Sherrell Hanna, Senior Classg Minnie Brown, junior Class, CLASS TREAS- URERS: Ruth Anne McMurchy, Senior Class, Minnie Brown, junior Class, CLASS REPORTER: Karen Guillot, junior Class. 39 L OZWO 'EI PAULA KAY ARENDER QPAUIA5 "Silence is the perfect herald of joy. " Spanish Club 3, 45 Beta Club 2, 3,45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA Club 15 I-Iorneroozrn Officer 45 Paper Staff 45 Twelve Year Student. PEGGY SUE BASYE QPEGGYJ "Never a worry, never a care. " Bible Club 1,2, 3,45 Y-Teens 1,25 FHA Club 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 25 Twelve Year Student. ALICE LAVERNE BATES QALICEQ "In her tongue is the law of kindness. " Y-Teens 1,25 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA Club 1,45 Pep Club 1,2, 3,45 4-H Club 15 Drill Tea'm 35 Safety Council 1, 2, 3. LYNDA GAYLE BEASLEY fGAYLEj "Some say she's bashful, others doubt it. " Bible Club 1,2 35 Safety Council 35 Y-Teens 1,25 F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,'4, P. E. Club 2, Twelve Year Student. ROBERT CLARK AMMONS QBOBBYJ "He serves while others give excuses. " Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 1, 25 jets Club 3,45 Twelve Year Student. MARY ANITA ANDERSON QMARYQ "A good woman is a treasure. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3,45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,4 FHA Club 15 Library Club 2, 35 Annual Staff 4. NANCY KAYE BEDWELL QNANCYQ "She is pleased to attack any task without complaint, which will help a friend in anyway. " Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,45 Bible Club 1,2, 3,45 Safety Council 1, 3, 45 P. E. Club 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,45 Twelve Year Student. TERESA ANNETTE BERRONG QTERESAQ "A kind and gentle heart she has. " Transfer 35 Paper Staff 45 Y-Teens 3,45 Secretary 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Bible Club 3, 45 Student Assistant 3, 4. 40 THOMAS RANDAL BICIGER QRANDYQ Y merely tell about them. " g Transfer 45 jets Club 45 Varsity Basketball 45 Homeroom President 4. IANICE FLOYCE BOATMAN UANICEQ "Much wisdom often goes with fewest words. " Transfer 15 Bible Club 2, 3,45 Y-Teens 1. MAIURE STEVEN BRISTER QSTEVEJ "No storm ever ruffled the current of his life. " Transfer 35 Beta Club 3, 45 Latin Club Baseball 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 4. ARCH STEVEN BRUNTLETT QSTEVEy "The greater the man the greater the country. " Transfer 35 jets Club 3, 45 Beta Club 45 Homeroom President 45 Homecoming Escort 4. 41 'The world is blessed most b men who do thin s and not 35 Jets Club 3,45 PHYLLIS FAITHE BOATNER QFAITHEQ "A big heart always wishing to do right. " Y--Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 President 45 Library Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Homeroom Officer 3, 45 Library Assistant 1, 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Paper Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PATSY ELAINE BOMAN fPATSYj "Faithful to those she loves. " Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Beta Club 2, 3,45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4. SHARON ROSE BOYT CSHERRYQ "Beware! I may yet do something sensational. " Transfer 35 Pep Club 3, 45 F.H.A. 3, 45 Officer 45 Safety Club 35 Bible Club 3, 45 Y-Teens 45 Annual Staff 4. JAN CAROL BRANTON UANJ "A kind and gentle heart she has. " Transfer 35 Bible Club 3,45 F.H.A. 35 Y-Teens 4. JOHN TAYLOR CHASTALN QJOHNJ "Men of few words are the best men. " Football 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 25 Bible Club 1, 2, 3,45 Spanish Club 35 Pep Club 1,2, 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 15 Bus Driver 45 Who's Who 4. JOHN RICHARD COKER QRICHARDJ "If worry were the cause of death, I'd live forever. " Bible Club 1,2, 3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1, 35 Safety Club 35 Homeroom Secretary and Treasurer 15 Homeroom Vice- President 4. BILLY EARL COOK QBILLYJ "A light heart lives long. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3,45 P. E. Club 45 Basketball 1. PAULETTE KATHERINE COOK QPAULETTEJ "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. " Safety Club 25 Bible Club 2, 35 FHA Club 35 Latin Club 3,45 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Y-Teens 45 Paper Staff 45 Jets Club 45 Transfer 2. CHARLES MARTIN BURKE QMARTINJ "Take it easy, have your fun, and let the old world flicker on. " Bible Club 1, 2, 35 Jets Club 3,45 Paper Staff 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WAYNE BUSH QBUTCHJ "And what he greatly thought, he nobly dared. " Bible Club 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 35 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 35 Who's Who 2, 3, 45 Junior Class Treasurer5 Halloween King 25 P. E Club 4. REBA GAIL COOK QREBAJ "Form her lips come gentle words. " Bible Club 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 15 FHA Club 15 Beta Club 2, 35 Student Council Representative 45 Homeroom Secretary 35 Latin Club 25 Pep Club 3, 45 Paper Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Twelve Year Student. JAMES LARRY CRAWFORD QLARRYJ "They're only truly great who are truly good. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Vice-President 45 Football 1, 2, 3,45 Track 35 Pep Club 45 Halloween King 35 Horneroom Vice-President 1, 45 Annual Staff 45 Who's Who Twelve Year Student. 42 ROBERT DEAN CULPEPPER QBOBQ "The secret of success is constancy of purpose. " Transfer 35 Science Club 45 Pep Club 3, 4. ZABRON ALFRED DAVIS Ill QCHIPJ "Good humor is goodness and wisdom combined. " Transfer 35 Latin Club Vice-President 35 President Junior Class Reporter 35 Bible Club 3,45 Beta Club 3,45 Football 3, 45 Homeroom President 45 Annual Staff 45 Student Assistant 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Optimist Representative 45 Who's Who 4. 45 MARY MONTEZ DUKES QMONTEZQ "A quiet mind is richer than a crown. " Transfer 45 Safety Council 45 Bible Club 45 Y-Teen Vice-President 45 Homecoming Maid 45 Beauty Pageant 4. ROBERT EDWARD DUNN QROBERTQ "l not only use all of the brains that I have, but all I can borrow. " Basketball 2, 3, 45 Manager 15 Student Assistant 1, 2, 35 Library Club 1, 2, 35 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45 Paper Staff 3,45 Latin Club 35 Jets Club 3,45 Debate Club 45 Vice-President 45 Band 1. 43 MONROE EUGENE DORMAN QGENEQ "What is yours is mine, and all :mine is yours. " Bible Club 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3. JAMES RUSSELL DORNFELD UIMQ "Never let your studies interfere with your high school education. " Transfer 45 P. E. Club 45 Pep Club 4. LINDA JOYCE DOUGLASS UOYCEQ "This world belongs to those who are energetic. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3,45 Debate Club 3,45 Debate Team 3,45 Treasurer 45 Safety Club 2, 35 Bible Club 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1,45 Band 1,2, 3,45 Majorette 25 Who's Vxfho 2, 45 Annual Staff 45 Paper Staff 45 Student Council 45 Homeroorn President 2, 35 Reporter 15 FHA Club 2. BEVERLY RAE DRAKE fBEVER.LYj "She would be a friend to all. " Bible Club 1,2, 3,45 FHA Club 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Safety Council 15 Library Club 15 Student Assistant 15 Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4. DOROTHY KAY ESSARY QKAYJ "Her hair was long, her foot was light. " Y-Teens 15 Paper Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Football Cheerleader 15 Pep Club 1,2, 3,45 P. E. Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 4-H 35 Bible Club 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Secretary 1, President 2. SUE HARRISON EVANS QSUEQ "She does little kindnesses which most leave undone. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3,45 Safety Council 35 F. H.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 P. E. Club 1, 25 Homeroom Vice-President 15 Secretary 1, 2. WANDRA STEWART EVANS QWANDRAQ "Every woman is a volume, if you know how to read her." Bible Club 1, 2, 3,45 H.H.A. 2, 35 President 25 Piano 1,2, 35 Y-Teens 15 Spanish Club 3,45 Pep Club 3,4. BARBARA ANN FARRIS QBARBARAQ "Ask me no questions, and I'll tell you no fibs. " Basketball 1, 2, 3,45 Track 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 15 P. E. Club 3, 45 Officer 3,45 Bible Club 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 1, 35 Paper Staff 45 Annual staff 45 Layout Editor 45 Latin Club 25 Who's Who 45 Twelve Year Student. ELDRIDGE ANTHONY ELAM QTONYJ "Strength of mind is exercise, not rest. " Transfer 25 Spanish Club 35 Latin Club 25 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Beta Club 35 Homeroom Officer 35 Bible Club 35 Annual Staff 4. WILLIAM PAUL ELDRIDGE QPAULQ "I only Wish to live my life, and find my heart in unison with all mankind. " Bible Club 3, 4. DAVID FRED FLEMMING QDAVIDQ "Clear the way! I'm Coming through. " jets 2, 3,45 Vice-President 45 Debate Team 3,45 President 45 Beta Club 2, 3,45 Basket- ball Manager 3, 45 Paper Staff 4. JUDITH KAY FRUIT UUDYQ "Friendly and lots of fun5 a pal to everyone. " Football Cheerleader 35 Head Basketball 45 Y-Teens 1, 3,45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 45 Paper Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Beauty Pageant 3,45 Safety Club 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,45 P. E.. Club 2. 44 TERESA ANN FULLER QTERESA3 "Always leave them laughing, when you say good-by. " Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Bible Club 1,2,43 Y-Teens 1,23 FHA Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Officer 3, 43 Safety Council 33 Paper Staff 4. RUTH ELAINE GARNER QRUTI-I3 "Give me a red-head any ole time. " Transfer 13 Y-Teens 23 Bible Club 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 2, 3,43 Spanish Club 33 Drill Team 3. LINDA CAROL I-IALEY fLINDAj "I enjoy my freedom to the fullest. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3,43 Y-Teens 1, 23 P. E. Club 23 Spanish Club 33 FI-IA Club 3, 4. SHERRELL GENNETTE HANNA QSHERRELLQ "All heroines are not six feet tall. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Football Cheerleader 43 Senior Class Secretary 43 Homecoming Queen 43 Suident Council 43 Latin Club 2, 43 Annual Staff 43 Paper Staff 43 Who's Who 3,43 Bible Club 1,2, 33 P. E. Secretary 33 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Beta Club 2, 33 Homeroom Officer 1, 2, 3. 45 JOHN LARRY GIBSON QLARRYQ "Transfer 33 P. E. Club 33 Track 3, 43 Baseball 43 Bible Club 3, 43 Pep Club 4. LARRY WARREN GORDON QLARRYQ "I may not understand, but I'm willing to admire. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3,43 Safety Club 13 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Bus Driver 4. RICHARD LAWRENCE I-IAYLES QRICI-LARDJ "Happiness is cheaper than worry3 why pay the higher price?" Jets Club 3,43 Bible Club 1, 2, 3,43 Pep Club 1,2, 3, 43 Safety Council 2, 33 Twelve Year Student. DANIEL PAUL HALEY QDANNYj "He is worth a bundle of possibilities. " Bible Club 1, 2,33 jets Club 43 Baseball 3,43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Homeroom Secretary 4. SHARRON KAYE HUTCHINSON QSHERRYJ "Good humor. . .the health of the soul. " Safety Council 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 13 Basketball 15 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate Club FHA Club 2. IRA DENNIS ISONHOOD QIRAJ "A loaf of bread, a jug of wine, and thou. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3,45 Safety Council 4, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom Reporter 1. PEGGY JEAN JENKINS QPEGGYJ "This little girl is not very tall, but fond of mischief, in spite of all. " Transfer 25 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Bible Club 2, 3, 43 P. E. Club 2, 3, Track 1, 33 Spanish Club 3, 45 FHA Club 1, Safety Club 3. CHERYL DA RLENE JOLLY QCHERYLJ "Merrily, merrily, shall I live now. " Y-Teens 15 Bible Club 1, 2, 3,45 P. E. Club 33 Drill Team 35 Safew Club 33 FHA Club 3,4. 45 FREDERICK AARON HOLIK QRIC KYJ "Hold the fort! I'm coming. " Transfer 23 Science Club 3, 4, Bus Driver 43 Football 25 Safety Club 3, Pep Club 4. JOHN EDWARD HUGHES QJOHNJ "Happy am I, carefree forever. " Transfer 25 Band 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 3,4. JUDI CATHERINE KILLION QJUDIJ "Sensible and kind, a better friend We could never find. " Octaves 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 4, Football Cheerleader 4, Paper Staff 45 Annual Staff 4, Beauty Pageant 4, Youth Congress 33 L.D. C. S. C. Delegate 45 Student Council 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 33 Who's Who 45 Student Assistant 2, 3, Twelve Year Student. WILLIAM HENRY KYLE QHENRYJ "A mind at peace with all. " Bible Club 1, 2, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 43 Baseball 4. 46 PI-IYLLIS DEBORAH LAMMONS QDEBBIEQ "A good heart is worth gold. " Transfer 45 Bible Club 45 F. H.A. Club 45 Y-Teens 4. BARBARA ANN LANGLEY fBARBARAj "I strive to be a servant unto all. " Transfer 25 Pep Club 2 3 4- Safe Council 2 3 , W , 5 Y-Teens 3,45 Bible Club,3, 45 Homeroom Treasurer 35 Secretary 45 F. H. A. 4. SALLY SUE LITTLEFIELD QSALLYQ "We will take the good will for the deed. " Transfer 45 Pep Club 4. JAMES TIMOTHY LYLES UAMES5 "The great die young---My, I must take care of myself. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Twelve Year Student. 47 JAMES RODNEY LAUGHLIN QRODNEYQ "Any man can be a follower, but it takes a real man to be a leader. " President of Student Body 45 Vice-President 35 Paper Staff 45 Editor of LE REFLEXION 35 Youth Congress Delegation Chairman 3, 45 L.D. C. S. C. Delegate 35 Beta Board 35 Bible Club 1, 25 jets Club 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Safety Council 25 Debate Club 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Who's Who 4. LINDA JEAN LEE QLINDAQ "Her happy smile is the herald to a happy friendly heart. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,45 Y-Teens 1, 25 Basketball Cheerleader 15 Safety Council 35 Spanish Club 45 P. E. Club 25 Beta Club 2, 35 Annual Staff 45 Drill Team 3. BARBARA JUDITH LEWIS QBARBIEQ "Friendliness and versatility make up her irresistable personality. " Y-Teens 1,25 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3,45 Who's Who 4. LAPSLEY STUART LINDAMOOD QBUDDYQ "If it Weren't for money, I'd rather be poor. " Latin Club 2, 3,45 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 35 jets Club 45 Youth Congress Alternate 25 Football 1, 35 Manager 45 I-Iomeroom Secretary 45 Annual Staff 4. BILLIE OLIVER MARBLE QBILLIEQ "I-Ie wishes not to seem, but to be, the best. " Debate Club President 35 Editor, REBEL REVIEW5 Assistant Editor, REVEL REVIEW 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Band Captain 45 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Debate Club 3, 45 Debate Team 3,45 Student Council 1,2, 3,45 L. D. S. C. Delegate 35 Little Dixie Band Clinic Delegate 2, 3,45 Youth Congress 2, 3, 45 Band Council 35 jets Club 45 Delegate State Beta Convention 25 Vvfho's Who 45 Pep Band 2, 35 Twelve Year Student. CLARENCE EMMET MARBLE, JR. QCLARENCE "Live and let live5 Who'll know a hundred years from now. Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Safety Council 2, 35 Football 15 Who's Who 45 Twelve Year Student. CAROLYN FAYE MARTIN QDOLLYQ "Gentlemen prefer blondes. " Band 2, 35 Bible Club 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 2,55 Safe Council 2,35 F. H. A. 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,45 Homeroom Officer 25 Homecoming Maid 15 Beauty Pageant 1, 2, 4. CI-IERYL DIANNE MASON QCHERYLQ "Can we ever have too much of a good thing. " Transfer 25 Bible Club 2, 3,45 Spanish Club 35 F.H.A. 45 Pep Club 25 Y-Teens 2,45 l YY JERRY WAYNE MADDEN UERRYj "Let my deeds be witness of my worth. " Bible Club 15 Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4. LINDA MAI-ION fLINDAj "Paradise is open to all kind hearts. " Transfer 35 Latin Club 35 Pep Club 3, 45 F.H.A. 3, 45 Student Assistant 3,45 Bible Jets 4. Club 35 BARBARA ALICE MATHEWS QBARBARAQ "She smiled and the shadows departed. " Transfer 35 Y-Teens 45 Pep Club 3,45 Bib 3,45 F.H.A. 3,45 Safety Council 3. JOHN DOWE MATTHEWS UOHNQ "So little done--so much to do. " le Club Bible Club 15 Pep Club 1, 25 Jets Club 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Student Council 2, 3, 45 B Club 2, 3, 45 Paper Staff 4. 48 6123. LINDA BOYIGN MAULDING QLINDAQ "Love and you shall be loved. " Bible Club 1,2, 3,43 Pep Club 1,2,3,43 Y-Teens 1,23 FHA Club 2, 4. JONNI KATHRYN MCCASKELL UONNIQ "Not so short as sweet. " Transfer 13 Bible Club 1, 2, 3,43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ,,. WILLIAM DENNIS MCRAE QDENNISJ "The mildest manner-the gentlest heart. " Homeroom President 1,43 Bible Club 1, 23 Student Council 33 Jets Club 43 Band 13 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Halloween King 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Twelve Year Student. FELICIA JEAN MIKOZ QFELICIAQ "Her manner was royal3 her stature queenly. " Transfer 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Drum Majorette 3,43 Octave Homeroom President 33 Basketball Cheerleader 43 Beta Club 2, 3,43 Pep Club 1,2, 3, 43 Beauty Pageant 3,43 Halloween Queen 33 I-Iomeroom Officer 43 Bible Club 1. LARRY THOMAS MCELHENNY QLARRYQ "And wherever his footprints go he is the king of rnerriment. " Bible Club 1,2, 3,43 Student Assistant 13 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Homeroorn Officer 23 Football Manager 33 Paper Staff 4. GLENDA SUE MCGOWAN fGLENDAj "It's merry when friends meet. " Bible Club 1,2, 3,45 FHA Club 13 Y-Teens 23 Twelve Year Student. RUTH ANN MCMURCHY QRUTH ANNJ "There is a woman at the beginning of all great things. " Homeroom President 13 Vice-President 23 Treasurer 33 Vice-President 43 Bible Club 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 1,2, 3,43 Beta Club 2, 3,43 Safety Council 23 junior Class Secretary 33 State Beta Convention Delegate 33 Assistant Business Manager LA REFLEXION 33 Business Manager 43 Optimist Representative 3,43 Senior Class Treasurer3 Halloween Queen 43 Student Assistant 43 Annual Staff 43 Paper Staff 43 jets Club Treasurer 43 Optimist Award 43 Who's Who 43 Twelve Year Student. THELMA ELIZABETH MCNAMEE QBETHQ "Nothing endures but personal qualities. " Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 FHA Club 3,43 P. E. Club 23 Bible Club 1, 2, 3,43 Basketball 13 Cheerleader 13 Annual Staff 4. JAMES DAVIS MORGAN UAMESj "Ye who are wise know what mirth is worth. " Transfer 45 Spanish Club 45 Basketball Pep Club 4. DONALD CLINT MULLICAN QDONQ "I have more understanding than all my teachers. " Jets Club 3,45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. ERMA JEAN NIXON UEANQ "What! No men in Heaven? Then leave me here. " Transfer 25 Safety Council 35 Debate Club 35 Y-Teen 2, 45 F. H. A. 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM LYNN PARKER QBILLYQ "Salt your food with humor, pepper it with wit, and sprinkle over it the charm of friendship. " Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Homeroom President 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Safety Council 4, Vice-President 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. HERMAN ALTON MILNER IR. QBUTCHQ "Manner makes the man. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Scholastic Letter 35 Baseball 4. LILA MAUREEN MOORE QLILAQ "Her goodness heightens beauty. " Bible Club 1, 2, 35 Jets Club 45 Pep Club 1,2, 3,45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 35 F. I-I. A. 1, 25 Latin Club 2, 3, 4. DAVID ROBERT PETERSON QDAVEj "A toast to girls and other expenses. " Pep Club 1, 3, 45 Bible Club 1, 35 Vice-President of junior Class 35 President of Spanish Club 45 Who's Who 3, 4. HARRY EARL PETERSON QPETEQ "Great is 1Iuth and mighty above all things. " Bible Club 1,2, 35 jets Club 45 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3,45 Basketball 1, 25 Latin Club 3, I-Iomeroom Vice-President 2, 35 Annual Staff 45 Paper Staff 45 Pep Club 1,2, 3,45 Who's Who 4. 50 MARGARET JANE PHILLIPS QMARGARETQ "joy is not in things, it is in us. " Y-Teens 1, 2,3,45 Bible Club 1,2, 3, 45 Safety Council 2, 35 FHA Club 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CHARLOTTE SUE PIGG KCI-IARLOTTEj "Efficient in a quiet way. . . her aim for every day. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1 2 3 4' Latin Club 7 ! F 9 Vice-President 25 Youth Congress 2, 3, 45 Assistant Business Manager REBEL REVIEW 35 Business Manager 45 Annual Staff 45 Beta Club 2, 3, 45 D. A. R. Citizenship Award 45 Twelve Year Student. PATRICIA SECREST RIDOUT QPATQ "All grand thoughts come from the heart. " Bible Club 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 FHA 25 Drill Team 35 Homeroorn President 25 Y-Teen Officer 2, 3 Safety Council 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. S EDITH MAYE ROBINSON QNUBBIEJ "l speak the truth, and nothing but the truth. " junior High Football Cheerleader 15 Y-Teens 1, 'Vice- President 1' Beta Club 2 3 4' Bible Club 3' Pe Club P 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2,215 Secretary 43 Latin Club 3, 45 Secretary 45 Spelling Team 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Beauty Pageant 45 P. E. Club 2, 35 Junior Class President 3, Homeroom President 35 Scholastic Award 35 Assistant Editor Rebel 35 Editor 45 Twelve Year Student, Student Assistant 25 Who's Who 4. 51 BILLY BOYD PITTS fBILLYj "I am not lazy, I am just saving my energy. " Bible Club 15 Pep Club 1, 25 Football 1. SI-LERRILL ARNETTIE POLK QARNETTIIQ "I take care of the minutes, and let the hours take care of themselves. " Bible Club 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 1,23 P. E. Club 35 FHA Club 1, 2, 35 Safety Club 3,45 Drill Team 2, 35 Sergeant 35 Safety Council 45 Reporter 4. RICHARD MILLER REISENBICI-ILER QDICKQ "No man is happy who does not think himself so. " Transfer 15 Pep Club 2, 3,45 jets Club 45 Beta Club 4. BARBARA STROUD REYNOLDS QBARBARAQ "She sighed at many, but she loved only one. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3,45 Safety 2, 35 Beta Club 2, 35 Homeroom Vice-President 35 Treasurer 4. m:a.ae4mmm11u JAMES BURNELL ROUND UIMMYJ "He's devilish and sly, a very cute guy. " Band 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4, jets 4. EUGENE ALLEN RUST QGENEJ "Work is the greatest thing in the world, so we should always save some of it for tomorrow. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4, Pep Band 3, 4, PE 4, Bible Club 1, 2, 33 Band 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Reporter 2. BARBARA LYNN RUTLEDGE QBARBARAQ "Wait! I may yet do something sensational. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3,4, PE Club 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Junior High Basketball Cheerleader 1. BARBARA MAE SANDIFER QBARBARAQ "Purity of heart is the noblest inheritance. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Assistant 3, 4, Spanish Club 3,4, Latin Club 1, 2. SALENA KATHRYN ROBINSON QKITTYJ "Reproof on her lips, but a smile in her eye. " Transfer 2, Bible Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Beta Club 2, Pep Club 2, 3,4, FHA 4, Y-Teens 4. MARTHA GENE ROCHESTER QMARTHAQ "Grace in all her steps, heaven in her eyes. " Twelve Year Student, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, FHA 1, Safety Council 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 3,4, Secre- tary 4, lets Club 4, Homeroom Secretary 3,4, Student As- sistant 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Paper Staff 4, Who's Who 4. SANDRA BELLE SCHREITER QSANDRAj "Music is well said to be the speech of angels. " Octaves 1, 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 3, Student Council 1, 2, 4, Beta Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Beta Board 3,4, Delegate State Beta Convention 2, Safety Council 1, I-lomeroom Treasurer 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4, Girls' State 3, L. D. C. S. C. Delegate 4, Paper Staff 4, Layout Editor LA REFLEXION 4, Who's Who 1, 3, Youth Congress 2, 3, 4, Basketball Cheerleader 4, Beauty Pageant 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Court 4, Literary Magazine Staff 3,4. HARRY MAC SEARCY KHARRYQ "Children should be seen and not heard, but I'm a big boy now. " Homeroom President 1, Homeroom Vice President 2, Football 1, 2, 3,4, Track 1, 2, 3, President P. E. Club, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4, Who's Who 1, 12 Year Student. ESSIE LEONORA SEWARD QESSIEJ "A quiet pleasing manner is her role. " Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 2, Latin Club 2, Library Club 3, 4, jets Club 4. ' JAMES PAUL SHELTON U. P. J "Leisure is a beautiful garment, but is will not do for con- stant wear. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4-H Club 1, 2, Home- room Secretary 1, Vice-President 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Assistant 4, Homecoming Escort 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH GENEVIEVE STEEL QBETTYQ "She who is firm in will molds the world to herself. " Beta Club 1, 2, 3, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, jets Club 1, FHA 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, Paper Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Twelve Year Student. SHERRYL LYNN TACKETT QSHERRYJ "A girl with a smile for all. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Octaves 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Officer 2, Beauty Pageant 4, Bible Club 1, 2, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Paper Staff 4, FHA Club 1. 53 TREVA SHIRLEY QTREVAQ "Wholesome and true, she's one among few. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4, Pep Club 3, 4, FHA Club 1, Safety Council 3. AVA SUE SIMS fAVAQ "She smiles whether happy or sad. " I-lomeroom Officer 1, 4, Bible Club 1, 2, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Spanish Club Of- ficer 4, Drill Team 3, Paper Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Junior High Cheerleader 1. JAMES MICHAEL SLAUGHTER CMIKEQ "Good humor--the health of the soul. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Jets Club 4. CAROLYN JUNE SMITH UUNEQ "God's rarest blessing is, after all, a good wo man. " Bible Club 1, 2,,3, 4, 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre tary 1, President 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, Secretary 2, City Wide Convention Dele- gate 1, Beta Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Pep Cl 4, Optimist Representative 3, Paper Staff 4, Homeroom Treasurer 4, Scholastic Letter in Algebra Il 3. ub WANDA JOYCE TAYLOR fWANDAj "In quietness and confidence shall be your strength. " Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, E. H. A. 1, 2, 3, Safety Council 2, 3, Drill Team 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4. EUGENIA MAE THAMES UEANIEJ "Though I'm never in haste, I'm always in a hurry. " Y-Teens 1, Bible 1, 2, 4, Safety Council 2. IOHN THOMAS THOMPSON UOI-IN, "Not afraid of work but not in sympathy with it. " Pep Club 4. POLLY ELAINE THORNTON, I POLLY, "It is a friendly heart that has plenty of friends. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 2, Spanish 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Safety Council 1, 2, Homeroom Officer 3, Y-Teens 1, Basketball 1, 2. GLORIA IEANETTE TANNER QGLORIAQ "A daughter of the gods . . . most divinely fair. " Transfer 3, Bible Club 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Annual Staff 4. BARBARA JEAN TAYLOR QBARBARAQ "Smiling with merriment and mischiefI"' Transfer 2, Safety Council 2, 3, F. H. A. 3, 4, Bible Club 2, 3,4. 4 GLEN ALBERT TYSON QGLENQ "Everything comes to those who wait. " Transfer 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Jets Club 4. PEGGY ANN TYSON KPEGGYQ "In each cheek appears a pretty dimple, laughter made the hollows. " Y-Teens 1, 2, officer 1, F.H. A. 2, 4, officer 1, P. E. Club 1, 2, 3,4, officer 2, 3, 4, 4-I-I 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Bible Club 1, 2, 3, Who's Who 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Student Assistant 3. 54 BESSIE ANN WALDEN KANNJ "Why worry? Things are going to happen anyway. " Transfer 2, Bible Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, F. H. A. 2, 3, Debate Club 3. ROBERT EARL WALKER QBOBBYJ "Let each man pass his days in that wherein his skill is greatest. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. IIMMY WELBURN PATRICIA ANN WHITTINGTON fPATj "She doeth little kindnesses which most leave undone. " Y-Teens 1, 2, Bible Club 1,45 F.H. A. 1, 35 Debate Club 3, Bible Club Secretary 4. 55 45 FRANCES KAY WALSH fFRANKIEj "One inch of joy surmounts of grief a span. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 2 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council Treas- urer 45 Science Club 3, Student Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Club 1, Homeroom President 35 Vice- President 2, P. E. Club President 3, Assistant Business Manager of REBEL 3, Business Manager 4, Paper Staff 45Wl'1O'S Who 4. J EARL NEAL WALTMAN KEARLJ "Laugh and the world laughs with you. 'f Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Safety Council 2, 35 Basket- ball 1,1-Iorneroom Officer 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Who's Who 4. JOSEPH BURTON WARRINGTON UOEQ "A great personality is the greatest gift of all. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3,45 Safety Council 33 Homeroom Secretary 1, Basketball Manager 25 P, E. -Club 4, Baseball 3, Track Team 1. SANDRA LYNN WATSON QSANDYJ "A joke is a very serious thing. " Transfer 4. JOE ANNE JOEL WILBANKS QJOE ANNEJ "A witty woman is a treasure5 a witty beauty is a power. " Transfer 35 Bible Club 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 4. DONALD RAY WOODWARD QDONJ "He is a gentleman, because his nature is kind. Bible Club 45 Safety Council 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Paper Staff 45 Jets Club 35 President 45 I-Iomeroom President 45 Vice- President 15 Secretary 25 Homecoming escort 3, 4. BETTY JEAN YATES QBETTYJ "The hand that hath made her fair hath made her good. " Bible Club 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 15 2, 3, 45 Safety Council 15 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. i L 56 ENIOR H OMEROOM OFFICERS MRS. SULLIVAN'S HOMEROOM OFFICERS MR. NELSON'S HOMEROOM OFFICERS President, Randy Bicker, Vice President, Richard President, Dennis McRae, Vice President, Ruth Anne Coker, Secretary-Treasurer, Barbara Stroud. McMurchy5 Secretary, Barbara Langley, Treasurer, June Smith. 1 E ' l ,Q MRS. KING'S I-IOMEROOM OFFICERS President, Chip Davis, Vice President Steve Bristerg Secretary-Treasurer, Martha Rochester. MRS. HoLMEs's I-IOIVIEROOM OFFICERS President, Steve Bruntlett, Vice President, Larry MRS. I-IARDY'S I-IOMEROOM OFFICERS Crawford, Secretary-Treasurer, Buddy Lindamoodg President, Don Woodward, Vice President, Bruce Program Chairman, Paula Arender. Spratling Secretary-Treasurer, Ava Sims. 57 dv ,C ig s J W W E if wi! Q vw fm pg B: an-sql V K, nf H LJ, ai? an I , 2 5 1 l 1 lv- sa fa? ,gf .1 Rf? I as B? .t.'q"""'-"' Pat Alewine Glenda Ashley Tommy Bailey Linda Barrett Betty Basye Paul Bates James Beasley Joyce Bennett Nita Bennett Robert Bennigar Lynn Boockholdt Gerald Brent Pam Brock 'SZWMP ' Minnie Brown Debra Brumfield Waldine Brummett l MR. THOMPSON'S HOMEROOM OFFICERS President, Lee Gerrardg Vice President, Alan jones Secretary-Treasurer, H ,I -lsr Q? -- -'.- E ig X "w...- jf ru , ,T::F,L:A 7 .1 i Johnny Bruntlett. Johnny Bruntlett Brenda Carroll Tony Champaigne Harris Chandler Brenda Clark jane Clark Virginia Clark Davey Cook -1 . ..v.,... 4...-. ... .aawuffaw COACH CI-IE.NEY'S HOMEROOM Mike D ai gle Norm a D anie 1s Norma Dunigan Judy Dunn President, Gay Nell Mooreg Vice President, Kenny Fortenberryg Secretary-Treasurer, Karen Guilliot. Bubba Eckford Harry Edwards Roger Errington Becky Foose Kenny Fortenberry Lee Garrard Harry Gipson Keitha Givens Gerry Graham Karen Guilliot Robert Haggard Dianne Hales - 5' f i Q C f, Q .3 aa ' .j ng , ill 4 f C yrrr C if 'gg an-"fi fi' " V 'S W , A H eu. J f -Q gg , fa, -iff-in Yr'-r-'K V if 3 3 QF' 4 a 4 1 ui , i gy gy, 2 'K 'T "'12,.f fra.-,.M,f x f - K in rf S52 W' L Q W , E Sw rg M N ar, 6 if , ,ff , 'Ps Serena Langley Mickey Langston jerry Lee Steve Lee if 1. f ff kr if 'fx ,, . if 6 Q ' X , M Ronnie I-Iannis Billy Harding jackie Horton Ann Houser Donald Hughes Rosemary Ingram jan Isonhood Alan jones Linda Jones 1 Diane Kelly Jerry Kimbrell Becky Kizer MR. RUTLAND'S I-IOMEROOM OFFICERS President, Harry Edwardsg Vice President, Robert Haggardg Secretary-Treasurer, Sandy Putnamg Re- porter, Harold Rogers. fCamera Shy, Phillip Lindsey Clark Lowery Linda Manska Harlon Mahaffey P james Marbury Dianne Martin Vernon Martin Joe Mason MISS TI-IRAII.KILL'S I-IOMEROOM OFFICERS President, joe Masong Vice dent, Buddy Myersg Secreta Treasurer, Connie Rushing. Bobby McNamee Kirby Miller Randall Miller Jimmy Mitchell Doyle Moore Gay Nell Moore Ginger Moore Diane Morrison Jeanna Myers Buddy Myers Cheryl Odom Tommy O'Keefe Martha Mazingo Irene McCullough George McDonald Teresa McElhenny L,, 5LE.k,r r , A 5 ' I f r iv 5 , if ii rnn, , 5 K I S ga ave Q, fi 1x7""" A 'E f .nil "' snr QW ,ii Linda Roberts Ellen Robinson Deborah Rogers Harold Rogers Jack Owens Alice Parker Jody Pennock Charles Peterson Tom Phillips Dot Porter Janice Poss Andy Presley Sandy Putnam Betty Reid Pat Reid Robbie joe Roberson MRS. REID'S HOMEROOM OFFICERS President, james Beasleyg Vice President, Ronnie Hannisg Secretary, Lyn Bookholdtg Treasurer, Irene Connie Rushing Lonnie Rushing Patricia Sandifer Yvette Saxon Margaret Sebren Winnie Seward Linda Shanks Anthony Shelton MRS. WEBB'S I-IOMEROOM OFFICERS President, Glenda Ashleyg Vice President, Rita Thompsong Secretary-Treasurer, Shorty Bennigarg Reporter, Jody Pennock. Dan Smith Dannie Smith Bobby Steel Teresa Stegall Carolyn Sudduth Kathy Summerlin Diane Surber Larry Swales Linda Taylor Phyllis Teeters Janice Thompson Rita Thompson Mickey Shum ate Mary Simmons Alan Sipes Charlotte Smith ""' r gg, I E 537, 1 W x it 4115 I , --sfx, IVI if El .92 N? A' ff Q S , K H Q H an .f -is W H2 f 1 1-.ie f X lk 1. We vm X ,, ll .V NF .sl ia I V -W fkk VH ar .L X .K qv A 1 Pete Thornhill Joel Thornton Ronny Till Sharon Tyler i, yy M,-, r,r. L- Ann Walker Roy Ward gg Richard Welburn 3' ,, fi. 'mm' ' VV- lfqi D oug Walsh Q fi X Y 'TRQ7 jerry Welch Linda Welch Claudia Wilhoite jane Willard I if Sollie Williams A 1 Sandra Williamson N W Jerry Womack ,-'ii Bob Worthen JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Vice-President, Harry Edwardsg Secretary- Treasurer, Minnie Browng President, James Beasleyg Reporter, Karen Guillot. S OPH OM ORES 1:13 MRS . NICHOLS 'S HOMEROOM OFFICERS President, Travis Eldridgeg Secre- tary-Treasurer, Tangie Lingleg Vice President, Gay Rogers. Carol Beasley Milton Becknell Pat Barryhill Ray Bicker Donny Black Donald Bolls Carla Boulette Peggie Bowlin Rusty Bridges Linda Britt Rita Britt Bob Brock Brenda Broome Sterling Bryant Tim Burney Elaine Alford Johnny Alford Nancy Alford Chuck Allgood Becky Anderson David Anderson Norma Arrington David Bailey S andy Barker Not ry 'Picturedlff 'fx 'Not grggij A Pictured' 'Z' r:k,1 . ,fy 'IN- ,I-E5, , W in . R x ,s 'X ig W2 ,, ,sic ,A 52' I X 1 i ? fha in Q33 , K ff il' 5 5 G r -H sf, ' A wk W f 2 Sf 4 9 1, E MM M Mg fir T .X , ,a 9 , A .M Q- , W. 3 Q 'Qt - iw 1' x. fu , 'di lxane 2 it ff ,J BQA V , B, :Vl get Y -lv S Q our ,R A 1 23 Q . 4? jamie Burns Peggy Burns Tommy Burnside Dennis Cagle X 4 Eddie Carter Cynthia C arter by-..,,,Ng' PHOMORE ' . t if .. Q, -. - V Q .1 vim , Sir 5' .: 4 ,, 4 . . 'i af f 3 15 l X 1 3 f Q MJ v Y? Els aff' 52 F212 M ,Hr , 3 l se, em- ,., Q. ,.,. tm. rr, if ,gr "fry: fa ,,,,,.fv rv, ,, rf-5 r. f is 3 gf X W a. . 1- www X Q1 ff ,A '5 ia, . , R353 ,S A17 , My 1 Nelda Causey Billie Chisholm MR. DURR'S I-IOMEROOM OFFICERS X President, David jo1ly5Vice Presi- 1 dent, Sandy Barkerg Secretary-Treas- urer, Herbert Stewart. 1 'IX , Q U I V 'I'-7 5 -5 Q. r- f sr WJ ,r r K, S ' ' . , gil Q , , K, ,ur is 'ff 5 HM '1 C A A fe ' sr w 5 ' -2, X gi l '2' Jeanie Cockrell Debbie Coffman , Linda Coleman ' Barbara Cook Barry Cook Christine Cook , Gerald Cook l Barkley Cooksey Y Mickie Craig Dwight Cranford 1 Tommy Crawford W Lela Cupstid 1 John Davis r Judy de Medicis Carolyn Divine ,Grin-... Tommy Douglas Travis Eldridge George Farrar MRS. RAMSEY' HONLEROOM OFFICERS jerry Freeman V f F All President, Sidney Risher5 Reporterg Debbie Coffmang Secretary-Treasurer, Margaret Singletong Vice-President, Cheryl Keifer S OPH UM ORES N Glen George 7ohn Glickfield U 12 lenda Greer g,iig urtis Haley Wmily Hall 5 f i : 7 "1, F Jen so S Vi! ' 1 'erry Haney Sharon Hannis David Harris ,inda Harris vlike Hebbard woe I-Iegwood H 'hil Hegwood , q V :mis Holifiem F F Iowell Holly ill' ' Qarol Ann Hughes r F fharles Ivy ack Ivy fen Johnson Ilharles Johnson landra johnson E 5 xx Q- le ef all 'QR G wx v-gvqifirix W -0-..,,.. I 'vu-ar K if F ,.,.s 5 i R 'Ti' 1 mi X Q54 x gk Q as E I, L . Q, X lil 9 S o.- 'X H V Q, i -- S Y 'ii' W 1 A El i ll .K 31' s X Not Pictured riii if F -Pr' ,t l "i' 5 A ag, David Jouy David jones 'ur-ff Scottie Jones Cheryl Keifer MR. SCOTT'S HOMEROOM OFFICERS ' President, Karen Spratling Reporter, jane Roundtreeg Vice-Presidentg Pat Berryhillg Secretary-Treasurer, Milton Becknell. S OPH UM ORE S Mike Knight l ,gf jo Ann Kyle Harvey Lewis Patricia Lindner Tangie Lingle Jackie Little Warren Logan i Wesley McAnally me-ws Naomi MCCraney Reggie McNameg ' "" 1 L , gn it if ww p,r W, f f. Neyoma McNeec Linda Maddox Cherry Magee Velma Mason Susan Matthews fi- A 'CT'-'M ' Ronnie May Laura Merritt Barbara Mitchell Linda Mitchell Mickey Mobley ?'r1iQejgNot' ' Pictured 1 3 1 2 Roy Moore Mike Morgan , 1 3 iglwim-xg ,,,- ,Qi ' MRS. s1PE's HoMERooM oFF1cERs it P li - - ,A,1A czftiirec - '1'. - -, President, Charles Sutherlandg Vice-President, rl, Nancy Alfordg Treasurer, LibbY Warrington- f1'.s Secretary, Billie Ruth Smith. Rhonda Newman jerry Newton Andy Partridge Glenn Pepper Charles Perkins Susan Phillips Beth Pittman Edith Porter Gail Powell Ronnie Quarles Peggy Rainey Bernie Rhines Sidney Risher Ray Roberson Bill Robinson Gay Rogers Allen Rouse jane Rountree Joe Rutledge Regan Scott SOPHOMORES it Wm me e f is pgs! 25: QU? 2 fifjjf MV fl x 3, 4,5 Q15 'J ii! nk me Q ig ,K is fi sflgi Ysl252gglgr?sej.'v rs :wr r,.?Ei3??f?f' - li,i?Ki?35rz ' 'aziw w ss rr. , I 1 531 V Qi? is ,lx yy ,. ,M ,ii X 3 5 2 f , , 1 , .v- S, S ,zs yyg , A ,I ly , , 'if , 5 fi a ll ,Lf M T sg' : np fy V Q .As ,- . . ffklu f' ff A ' ' K ag K is are yrr sg, ra Q emu H 5 X wa Aj rd' -n. , I - A , . - 5? 'Qui 5 ,VLL S tw' J s1Ff fk.a Q S HH'k QHLW 'es it if-eff ini fri? 4 ' . 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S OPH OM ORES -ir yi t ,, mfg , if Jr 'X Q 5 K 3 I fisitlf V. ra-.1 , , 8 Nj k 'ii ,:,:t , my il' F fi' I .,,a..., Sue Southern 1 Mary Spann Wayne Speir Karen Spratlin Jimmy Steel Jimmy Stewart Herbert Stewart Q Bill Summerlin Charlie Sutherland Mike Tanner N I T Betty Taylor Billy Taylor Stanley Taylor Betty Teeters Terry Thetford Ernest Thomas Archie Tuttle Don Vanover Linda Vinson Sue Walden David Weems Sam Walsh Jane Walters Linda Ward Libby Warrington Sharon White r"""" Faye Williamson Paula Williamson D arrell W11b anks Peggy Worthen ,af . XX Alois Ainsworth Dianne Ainsworth Pete Allen Elizabeth Allen Mike Ammons jerry Arrington Bill Bailey Debby Baker Peggy Bennett Donna Black Shelia Blanks Vicki Blaylock Bucky Bolden johnny Bolden Roger Bolls Jewel Ann Bourne Nancy Bowers john Branson Debbie Brantley Richard Brister Ruth Bruce jackie Brurnmett Larry Bryant Earl Burnley Anita Burns Terry Butler Mary Lyn Calloway "B Linda Carter Alvin Caster Helen Clark MR. SMITH'S HOMEROOM OFFICERS Vice-President, Jerry Fuller Presi dent, Alan Davisg Secretary Treas Donald Cook urer, Bill Slaughter Brenda, Corkern ,. Z? 7 V ,QV I f .Vx ' .la , E lime, fQ3Z!fZ"'w li G D f M: R A EZV if 4 7 s N ' Q M ,. J. .R .. 1 , 15- FRESHMA J Ar A QM' CLA SS '35 Q f v-Q? ,qfirvl Vic Cumnings Daniel Curtis Alan Davis Leona Davis Marlene Davis i Ronald Dunigan ,. , V Larry Dunn Mike Dunn it 1 w' Judy My is Theresa Edwards G 'lll rife- Ricky mel M K - V r ' Ben Evans r lj gk ,Q QR -3 - V V David Finch ' ,,,,V, iT ',iss , , G Carolyn Foose as fe " 2 ff' r "" Jew Fuller 'gi 5- -.H . am, 531, W Brenda George 3:25f.s ' Q , ' V M Q Duddly Gilmore v.:,Q ii iii I Ronnie Gilmore .se , G , ly H e , el Peggy Givens I 5 . 1 ' Dennis Gorden G., ,. Q M V l Q, D Gloria Graham gb gg, -5 Aj .r x Ronald Green . 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'V A ,k: " David Harvey R sisirr .ILMNJ ffik V C I David Hebberd Jan Hegwood Leon Hemphill Andra Henderson Kenneth Herring Judy Hutcherson Brenda I-Iydrick Jimmy Isbell Donna Jones Mary Margaret jones Deborah Kelly Eugene Kelly Mike King David Knight Cynthia Larnrnons Beevrly Langley Cornelia Laughlin Beverly Lee Patrick Lindner Rodney Lingle Leslie Lord Alex Lovertich Nancy Malone Larry Marble Dick Martin Johnny Martin Susan Mason Cassie McGregor Tom Mclntyre Dianne McKenzie w FRESHJWA CLASS . 5 ' Q - - 'fe JQ7 1 -- , - ' 'r' 'tw' mf V is X- 2 J 7, . vi s 5 ., MQW , ,. . 4 , 1 fs -ef, Ki' 1 V ' K i 457' 'i f ' , R X 'X Q T gk , y if in L K ' 0 r C -I ii W? S f- -M -lg gag 22,3 1 i,.lw--.iq ..Q. , 4 1 3 t if Sifiwg is ,f. wig s L M ru" ma? ,. V M -' we -, my A V- ,T S 'Q' 1, 4 109 1 'xx X. ll v ,f iliifik- -Q. g. ,fi Q 1 MR. 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THOMAS' I-IONEEROOM OFFICERS Seoretaryffreasurer, Beverly Langleyg President, Polly Ham rnettg Vice President, Debby Baker. 6, ,. , A X 1 1, t vig? 2 ,Ax V my K Carol Tyson , ,iw W 2 Cindy Tyson f -W Rhonda Tyson b IE , ' my zr, for F lf, i' A e W I all lit. " F "7 k--. 'R ' ' '-ff 1 '. H: .1wi'f,:51?Q 1952 V V . is W 'r A Darrell Walker I . 1"-L5 'iv I- 2 . - - ' Q: -r.' 1 Debbie Walters A I Q ,Q -- - Q f X ' P--f was fi. H is X 9 QQ . Beverly Ward ' ff- as 'F Kathy Wed. be Benny Watkins V . I ' ' ' f Wildria Weathersby Chuck White Patsy Wilkinson W N, Y - as :- ,f rs, :rt N M 5 EI GH TH f - , Y: s 1 MR. CI-lANDLER'S HOMEROOM OFFICERS Vice-President, johnny Surberg President, Greg Browng Reporter, Randy Baileyg Secretary-Treas- urer, George Morris. ,I-., I x Bin 'Vw ' ., .L X rr,, WX ,f :-.ga--'. 1 , St e M 1 ' L. gmgii . V s l its . 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Y, EI GH TH MISS LICKFOLD'S HOMIEROOM OFFICERS President, Kathy Masong Secretary-Treasurer, jane Matthewsg Vice-President, Cheryl Maddeng R porter, Diane Davis. X. .gill i t -' iiii i 1 Q EQ l M . L yii r ' are e- . ii, m,:t Z, tyry yyyyy i n R ,. M f 17' , P- , V y . "ff - C . , I ' ' ia A 1- 'f ., ?':Y""5 , Z ' ' V.: 1 4 ' . E 5 gf y ag Sf - ' s :gre ' V1 affix, U ' . S ' R , li" ,, -' fu: M 5 ' N X R ,S . EI GH TH Dawn Powell Carol Polk jimmy Phillips Bill Phillips Beverly Peusch Linda Pennock 2 A . X 5 E fr X .. V, gi 81 Y aaa, . , L P . :ll S S A 54 f' 32, I sa tr X 3 Margaret Patterson 3 L Alan Partridge 1? A' I ,fl james Papisan I, , - 'X A ' A N 5 H MRS. ODOM'S HOMTEROOM OFFICERS President, Paula Carterg Secretary-Treasurer, V ' Ruth Ann Grantg Vice President, Margaret Pat- M tersong Reporter, Betty Sue Stringer ' Mickey Pallas 1 L, A Cheryl owure ii, Lynn O'Keefe , A :... 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WARD'S HOMEROOM OFFICERS Vice-President, David Kitcheng President, Johnny Marbleg Secretary-Treasurer, Carl Smith. Phil Adcock V Amelia Alewine Brenda Alford -V T ' Renee Allbritton Debb Anderson s if 6? Y ffxtx, I v,'N ' 31 W Sammy Anderson ff ,B V f. r H T ' 1 rr" 5 6 ' Q , if 1? B 'L' Hg Q . VM Vin- VV A Timy Anderson it ,,., V 1 lQ'l ' In Kary Arender 5 W' VK V'Q,,, V . John Atwood 'xii nd' t - Q32 if on Cheri Avera ,V z Gloria Baily E Q fx A i . . VV V? Vt N L9-TTY Beasley , V ' or ri, R A T Bobby Benton f Maw 1. ' t Kenneth Benton 7 , A Sherie Bishop A21 Q 1 2 M, .E 4 ' Carolyn Blackwell V 'Flo Greg Boatner ' ...LD 'S Scott Boulette V'-e EZA J Cecil Bourne MR. WALSH'S HOMEROOM OFFICERS Treasurer, jimmy Jonesg Secretary, Teresa McCraney3 Vice-President, Howard Smith, President, Jennifer Thames. fnot picturedj Margart Clark My T r Carolyn Bowers V 1:4 Wayne Bowlin i Allen Brontley A ' f Emily Branton V H f if G x Elk 1' M. so V Bill Bratley V g ,I 'fi Mike Brister if 1 'VL K Q Debbie Britt f stl if f' s Paul Brooks 1 , V w "' Bobby Bruce A V Y I ' Chuck Brumfield .v s o , i A I ' ,V Cynthia Brummett Terry Bryant ,.-' K S A V z Af V'ii V"o gf J Thomas Bullock S ' Q fs fy N 1' 1 X 5 Louanne Burney at A , ' t yrt yttt T, I i A ' Steve Callahan I T V . ' , .. , ' Richard Catt ,X , I ,lr V B, V Ja ,Q L., Joyce Chisolm K! V 1 A fd jf' ' 2 if Valeta Chummey 1 -,.,t ' Vf," . ' -M . . " '- 'ff' 16 .5 M, .W , - - ' - fab m if C K A 'ff s Q will " W x A 'Ewa A V ,, . ark. W 'af 2 Rx Tm. kLAl ii. 4. " fi' Mm ! fi.. '12 .ve gas 'aa ,Hi .N VVVVS K 5. R 5 ,f 1 fy X y ag f 'V'-pai! J' V M gf as , V' k Ab nays sf':r-vb' 1, ' S4 ,ff .W Q '63 VV S is . 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' - 5f.,N. ji4QW.'iV - .mf H, m,A.L,A . U. Ann Smith Gerald Smith em' ,ji .-X ,Q X 1, viii 2 3 VV sq!! L sa. Q X r 'Q E, 'T' g k -- W 2 if .Elm-1.w1iQ ri, , 13513 in 5? X . X 4 1 W f f. , ffm ur? 5- - . K 1 S is K f like s s K r r if 5 : .-1 1 K - -1:35.53 ir 4 ii Q- B wwf --'Z-55'V':f:"'i" . '-affairs. elf 4 3 .fe ix, . QQ Q 1.3-.rl .wx A 4, 2- M1-5" . M' Bruce Sims Diane Sloan Andy Smith Howard Smith Kay Smith 2 - 3 ' ' -2? ' . '17 1 N . fn . +4 W! .e fsk v , a :. 1. .r sf Z L, -- X M ., E x -x ' 'xiii ,xi , ., Na Xe Qs. i v ' ' if N N-fa 5 4 'N- at 2 2 1 f-L , 'QA H .Q , re- . s f .' ' . - g 1 in V, ni A MQ . we Z V 4, S .9 Pt ,f s Q 1 , . fi ' N S ' S 1 A--is 'rx fl T ifm is Donald Shanks Babs Sharp Cindy Sharpe Randy Shelton Saranne Smith Jim Southern Sara Spratlin Monty Stayton ... ,lm Bobby Reddell joe Reel Lee Riley Barry Rogers john Rogers Anna Frances Round Danny Rowland Denise Sanders Cindy Savell Beverly Self George Sellers CZ? 'TDP Margie Smith MRS. BRANscoME's HoMERooM oF- FICERS: Secretary-Treasurer-Marilyn Coffman, President-Brenda Alford, Vice President-Debbie Gore. Tommy Stewart Charles Stickler Cindy Stringer Cheryl Stroud Ian Sturgis -1, .Wag 5' 's Q 1552s ffzwx N Q -ww , 'Sim-L. Q. 1 " '....4:ir wi Glen Taylor Rheubin Taylor Larry Temple Jennifer Thames Tony Thetford Patricia Thomas W" V-'M A, FN A. .:.: ,,::,, , y, , ni, 4 A, , X get 5 m Edd1e Vanover I 5 I A -fi Pamela Vamer 1 Q2 . ' D b ahw 4 ,,,,, ' 1 e or atts , . AL,AA, A Q ,yi We 4,V LL,V Larry Weems ,:,,K, L I -ujvm W Lar1'Y Wells - TS ZA " " W 1 W' Evelyn Whitsett X Tommy Whitsetrt ,., 1, :E ii.. 4 ., Lovettza Wiggins Q, 'L fm Barbara Wigley Q I' Wanda Williamson I V V Gary Woodward W I V Clyde Yelventon Vicki Young 5 -vs"-H MISS JONES' HOMEROOM OFFICERS: Pres- Z'- 1dent Betty McArthur, Vice-President- Renee Allbntton Reporter-Donald Shanks, L Secretary Treasurer-Diane Sloan. E W4 SXXWN 2' x 3 e 7 ' e B V . Sherry Alford fri' 'Peg B y B he 1 ff' , Elaine Allbritton --' 4- .,,. U A ' B 1. " ,l ' Y ' , H Butch Alldav -px W if il' 4' V' M IZ"'G"1'll'fi 1 :.- "VE '3',,m PhYllis Ammons ir ir 11 -ffl l :.r I if A Sandra Bennett 4 Q Q A lol' B "LA my . Charlotte Benton HW, 'kiyy , 5' X X j Bill Berry V ' Q' 5' , Qgvy V B' V -B Elaine Berry A ,lg e we F. fa V ,IQ I - A .Pr 'TV NZ.: W . Ek gl., W. F, A We William Blackwell I Er e V 4 X94 if 'r,, il- ferr: Dufwafd Blanks .. ' rr 'W' ' Vincent Blanton , B ff i It ' W james Bradshaw E if ,L ' xr ,IW :A r ,XI Y 1 .. 1 B Bi-For r s 9 rr E Brenda Bridges ,g y Q ' B lil H Cindy Brown ni lx - V ' er Marnie Brummett 1 P I in , 4: 'A Danny Carroll lf WM A W W ,I x Armine Causey ' e ri K 'V Q Q9 2 r Delbert Cooksey B ' K r.,, R In 7 ?iLw'z . W f , My Kent Cooper W - B V f , , H i Debra Finch V 14 of ,. C B . fl B I C , B , r Jerry Fortenberry C' A1 B g B frf wif ' , 4. B 'fin B B Pam Graham B Jimmy Grant r B ' 'rr- . y . David Guid rrll B 5 1 e . ft Q, r-: B 5 fries yf. w N 'ltiifgl W ,,, ,Y ,gig ,XXefz, B rr B ss i A e r Br r r to ax " . ,,-XL. B- de Hampton . Yr if ' ref : ,ififfw V r e rl I , K Y , Dwight Harding " rr,r l . B A ,ri ,gift 3 L -4 fa, A y joe Bob Harris R rr :rl B, Bobby joe Herring Lf igif , yr K 'Zi 'ii' 55 -.bf Francis Holik B r J, B B - 1 'V r Glenn Hur: 'B i il'l Glenn Johnson ' 2 B ,... I so Dennis Kelly R v 2 ' ,Q ' . ' Io Ruth King rssi B. eeeyee yy s . , it ,. 'ff W' "- rr Charles Langley A, K , fy we ' L if , as-B 1 Diane Lents " ' B " ' , rre r M 'gn' , . he f .S ' , - .,,, if Rachel Lewis I ,QL W ,. , . -fi V,e: f an Qs David Lingle ig le 'dy Aubry Long 4-H CLUB OFFICERS: 2 , 1 B of B A President-Deborah Finch, Vice-President-Rhonda Shotts, Secretary- 'B Racheal Lewis Reporter- , . I , K ' Charlotte, Recreation Joe Luke iz T, B :ff "- P ei Leader-Judy Rochester. LUYY Maddox if as BBBB ' B Bi e r trssi e y 52 ' . 87 Sue Mason Wanda McElhenney 1 ' Jig g 4: 4 3 3' .y ra. 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S S Pat Zasoski ,.:A Q S , FIFTH GRADE lf 'f I f Q 22 2 -' 1 5-'ff Z we if ,oil 5 " .. .'.:, , ,S . 1, ,A , t . .. , . 1 S, Q fi H L A . f 55' a ww 'WK' N WE7' joe McNamee jim McNeil Kathy McSparrin Rhonda Mills Brenda Milner David Moore Linda Moore Paula Muraglia Sheila Myers Terri Nicholson Roger Parham John Pate Paul Peoples Ray Pigg Judy Rochester Michael Roever Randy Scoggins Rhonda Shotts Ronnie Shuler Tommie Shumate Sue Smith Mike Speed Burton Steel Debra Stewart Kyra Stokes Billy Sylvester Gary Thomas Darrell Varner Gordy Ward Joey Williams N ' ., Wir 0 .,- X Vw .l. ll Nancy Alford Martha Arender Debbie Bennett Kenny Berryhill Karen Bolls Sue Britt jimmy Brock Robbm Brown Calvin Burnham Thomas Burnley d l A S gfn yr T K - , ... ,J , 1, ft: G ,n ,,, wmlwy K ,IIQ 1- ,r .V Carolyn Carter ,,r:.:. lai.yr 't'e:- - :,il, V cm vc ark Kwik r -so diff? " ' F f 4 Q Cathy Cook K A' --W 3 . X Stephen Coleman ' . gl. . K L A ll, K K ' 1 K Dm Copeland M ...tgf T M R is R Mark Coflf If f y 'T f M at ff joey Downs ii A"" ' P' if ,. - Q 5 f Y 7' X381 A . T0mmY E559-YY l L lima, A N. m f u A ' g ,li ,, I . S Patricia Furlow , ,LJ 9 ' A ,,, 'wt K K K jeff Gordon A Q V ' l Hi ' 5' ' ' ' , , Gail Greer " . l 'S -' f 4' ' "" 1 A Therese Guidry R 'M M , I Darlene Harding T , i ' ii iii' f ei-e 1 ' gf i ' S T I R 'X 'X ,S f Paul Hinton . ' X V ' ,, A V M gl, . i . Q 2 1 we Q 7 K e e , LM T Q Sandra Hodges i' I f""" I ' ' '- Rebecca Ingram P, K JK' H ig 'QM aff A 7 Charlie Joel MK " S K GK 1. ami fl I ,,, gs! fm if Eddie jones 5' T jj g W ,W K Ks . Charles Joyner KKK K K KK K K KKn,qi,,,,.n.i.Q -.-ff nik ,HK KK KKKK Q H at 'ttti' T is ,iis We Q 11 . ., ,.-' 'i 5, -311 ,X - S1 .n, 5. , s Debbie Langley , LK, Y - V '- , K , Q ,, RK Randy Lick S K N ' K K . age f x' , Billy Little S ,.., , ,M Eg ia-K 'll fy ay AJ! is lUdV Long in L' H K X H M K T George Lofton K KKK 53.5, if ,:,..,. 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WIA P' j :Y Y I ' 1 Ek. - "lift f F y i-1 5 zk, i M J L X -.sf iz J x ,. iw, ,, Q nv. ' ffl ,. M, A f ,N 4 'ref-:vw 1 fl' A V K 1 . il .K W ,,. .V Q' A , . i i it - ' A I J avi ., I I W I lltx . .hi - y 4 , V35 1 , I YNY! -., ,:cg7,' ng? J L :Wm Q J 'ff .ai- iifw , 5, 'F ' Q 'LW' K Jiri? ' 5 fi . x ,Q if J , Q V lil l ,,,:, kkk' J ' , 'Y h 'A S, Elaine Gordon Marsha Gore Debbie Graves Bob Gray Gerard Guidry Lee Hall Jimmy Hankins Kay Hayman Diane Hensarling Cindy Hillman Bob Hinton Judy Hux Shirleen King Mike Luke Beverly Maddox Judy Mason Michael McDougald Becky McGowan X44 i 1 , ,- . ff?"5"fs- J ' 1 liii 3 1 , 3. 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Q X ,, 2 TZf'2 L" Q: it 1 J ff 3 if Y' 4 ' gy 4 QS'iifllti':3 t '11 V.. ,.., Q Ag I Mike McSparrion Alan McWil1 Cathy Middleton Ricky Mitchell John Newman Patrick Nicholson Kathy Partridge Marvin Patrick Randy Pennock Wanda Pope Frankie Price Betty Reel Ann Shelton Kee Shelton Phillip Shotts Susan Slean Mike Smith Debbie Sparks Buddy Summers Carolyn Thomas Dwight Walters Charles Welch Laura Wilks Don Williams Kendall Williams John Wilson Judy Wood Aubrey Alford Dwight Berrong Penny Berry Bubba Berryhill Chip Bolls Debbie Brooks Craig Burnham Terri Cargil Bobby Coleman Ricky Corken Evelyn Davidson Mike Davis Janet Dunn Eddie Duran Rodger Gardner Rusty Gilmore Al Gore Thersa Harding Ouida Hardwick Gerry Herring Larry Hill Leslie Hillman Ivy Hodges Terri Houston Pam Hutchinson Jeff Lamb Larry Lee Don Levins Doris Long Mary Lum Clifford Maddox Bobbie Magee Robbie Magee jean Mayfield Terry Miller X 1 a Q.. rw' s - :sf 1 5 1 1 I S .,,, .. , Q5 Jim - , L" ,f ,z. ' SK , 2 .. 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V . 4 , -Q35 , W i ii V o t S 5' in it Iii ' , of' af ,, ,Q N fa ' - .L ,M 'fl 'S S Q J, lil ' Riga. air, " 1? V. J' gt . ' fr JRC, N K dm 5 ,ffl ..f .f. UF' nnflfiiiflllf -8 5 , X,,,. , ff f Wg, J I , av Q tgp . V,Ay A ,V . .Q sii , .. i, S-fills ' if sie, is W t leg J to me . a na ' , ' 13222, ',:-Q .T , S I, ff W 7 111. ' V 'A ,Bas t 1, kL,. ,Qi ,I 5 ma 1 4 4' 5 Q7 f M 411,551 . 4 , L ' "' mm K N X I K ,X fy. gi Jan Essary Kathy Furlow Wanda Gaughf Guy Gordon 3. Beverly Massey Martin McRae Mark McDouga1d Melinda McNamee Caren Middleton Debbie Saranthus Jeanie Saranthus Me linda S pe ir Marvin Spencer S abrina Storment Lenell Sullivan Randy Thomason Jeff Tompkins Donna Walters Tommy Whitehead Steve Williams ff J is-i X Shirley Gremillion Joe Guidry V . Mark Hales 'girl A Mike Hankins James Hill i g ,-i" 'H' A A Terry Hinton so V- V Susan Holik 1, 1 ' Jeanette Hollingsworth 1 Matt Hughes ' ' 1 Tommie Jayroe ibm Becky Joyner is W P' I V' , - -M M' V 5 Pam Milner J if i ii'a - ---, Q gi K " Jim Mims fi -iii Norris Moore 1 fi f- , , John MullEnS J- Helen Packer ' 'S Lisa Purvis J, , ,,,ii T 7 Tim onver . f f 'fi N F Diane Shuler J AV-i- Beth Taylor ,Wi 1 , ty .. V V, A Henry Walley Q , Q, E" J Lamar Weeks Joe Welch J H 'VZ Pam Welch if - Jim Zasoski C bfi' q, REB XSD ' Q, ' C Qggfooqxec! LINTQ ' 7 9 QM N h I 3 , bg, bf mic' CX' Qi3cx0QX'e fs QO862 'P 6,6 Ffvclqs, N ness mv aesemwes CAPTURE LDC 'YXTLES Ps 84, .QQS 4 'V x 00,3 NN 'J I-lampered by limited experience, their "scrawny" size, and numerous in- juries later in the season, the 1964 Rebel Football squad overcame tremendous ob- stacles and pulled a surprise 7-2-1 Little Dixie Conference record out of the bag. Picked to finish sixth in pre-season polls, the Rebels, encouraged by a rousing pep club, driven by their "grit and deter- mination" and led by five outstanding seniors, finished in second place, only one-half game behind Morton, the North Little Dixie Champs. Much of this success has been inspired by one of the finest coaching staffs in the state. This capable group, composed of Coaches Tom Cheney, Jerrell Purvis, and Bill Durr, has brought Forest Hill another successful season in football. SCOREBOARD OPPOSITION FOREST HILL Crystal Springs I3 O Hazlehurst O 7 St. joseph 6 24 Pearl O 6 Brandon I3 13 Canton 6 34 Forest O 21 Florence 2 42 Morton 7 6 Clinton 13 I9 Rolling Fork 6 O QQ Coach Doyle Thompson, Coach Drew Chandler, Bill Durr. SECOND ROW: Coach Ierrell Purvis, Mr. S. M. Coach Tom Cheney. THIRD ROW: Don Hughes, Ray Eckford. FOURTH ROW: Steve Lee, Bill Robinson, Chuck Q A 5 If Rusty Bridges, Mickey Shumate, Larry Crawford, John Chastain, Billy Parker, Harry Searcy, Lee Garrard, Coach Bailey, Reggie McNamee, Jimmy Stewart, Joe Mason, David Jolly, Chip Davis, Doug Walsh, Harry Edwards, Moore, Sterling Bryant, Tommy Douglas, Doyle Moore, Bobby Steel, Tom Phillips, Johnny Bruntlett, Bobby Allgood, Jody Pennoclc, Tommy Crawford, Glenn Pepper, Herbert Stewart, Travis Eldridge, Joe Rutledge. l 97 Ierrell Purvis Bill Durr Backfield Coach Line Coach Tom Cheney- -Head Coach 1 f RX Harry Searcy Chip Davis Senior Quarterback Senior Center All Little Dixie All Little Dixie Most Improved Player john Chastain Senior End Captain All Little Dixie Outstanding Linem an Billy Parker Larry Crawford Senior End Senior End 98 In the opening tilt of the season, the overpowering size of the Crystal Springs Tigers proved to be too much for the smal- ler inexperienced Rebels as the Tigers de- feated them, 13-O. Quarterback Harry Searcy paced the Rebel offense that Was stopped on the one-foot line in the first period, the three -yard line in the second period, and inside the 10 on several other occasions. Bouncing back, the Rebs beat the Haz- lehurst Indians 7-O in a defensive ballgame which marked the first victory for the Rebs and handed the Indians their first setback of the season. An interception by Larry Crawford in the opening minutes of the sec- ond quarter sparked the Rebs to a drive which ended with Travis Eldridge passing to Billy Parker in the end zone for the only score of the game. .pi -LLLH ,ar Doyle Moore Harry Edwards Bobby Steel Tom Phillips Junior Linebacker Junior Linebacker Junior Guard Junior Tackle FIMW All Little Dixie Doug Walsh Mickey Shumate joe Mason Lee Garrard junior Guard Junior Quarterback junior End junior Tackle gl 1 Johnny Bruntlett Steve Lee Junior Guard Junior Center Don Hughes Joe Rutledge Junior End Sophomore Quarterback Quarterback Harry Searcy successfully executes another yard-gaining play against the Canton Panthers. I K f Wx ii wwf X4 A .X 7 Jody Pennock Junior Guard 1 sa s XI. Rusty Bridges Sophomore Fullb ack Bubba Eckford Junior Center , - t 7fm.i.i....t.-,.e.,M,Q. .H-. Travis Eldridge Sophomore Halfback All Little Dixie Outstanding Back The F. H. Rebels continued their jinx over the St. Joseph Rebs by whipping the Jacksonians 24-6, at St. Joe's Stadium. The visitors speedy halfback Travis Eldridge scored 3 of the Rebels 4 touchdowns while rushing 60 yards. At the Rebs next game, F.H. edged out determined Pearl in the first L. D. C. game of the season for both by a score of 6-O. John Chastain's reception of 7 passes led the Rebs to this hard fought victory. In a most decisive offensive battle, the Rebs tied the favored Brandon Bulldogs by a score of 13-13. Al- though there were many fine pass receptions by Billy "Bones" Parker and Larry Crawford, the Rebs could not pull out a Victory. 100 1 l F. H. went to Canton the next week and annihilated N the mighty Panthers, 34-6, before a bi-partisan crowd and moved within one -half game of the North LDC leader, Morton. Led by the plunging fullback, Rusty ' Bridges, and the speedy Rebel halfback, Travis Eld- Q ridge, the Rebs scored time after time while their opponents could muster only one score. X Hosting the Forest Bearcats the next week, the Rebels humiliatedthem with a victory of 21-O and bol- stered their season record to a 5-1-1 tally and our record to 3-O-1, Outstanding for F. H. were Harry Edwards and Harry Searcy. ' At homecoming the following week the Rebs blasted the Florence Eagles by a score of 42-2, in a game which was completely dominated by F. H. Billy Parker leads interference as Herbert Stewart returns another kickoff against Florence. 1? , .f tg 1 , .', of - I i wg. X .ff Afiilg 3 will fit f ' ga : P is --, . ' Ji 2' -er, LTTY- ,, i't' Chuck Allgood Jimmy Stewart Tommy Douglas Herbert Stewart Sophomore Fullback Sophomore Wingb ack Sophomore Guard Sophomore Wingb ack i David Jolly Ray Moore Barry Cook Reggie MCNHIHGS Sophomore Halfback Sophomore Halfback Sophomore Guard S0Ph0m01'e Tackle 101 r kg ex an sr 'ig 'A 1.1 F' ... -x 'br , SLN 2 .ax . -wa , be f x N , W , l V img ' 'Zvi 161 AV5?,,,.,5,. .zz ,V V Tommy Crawford Bill Robinson Sophomore Tackle Sophomore End same night, a loss by Morton to Brandon put the Rebels of F. H. one half game away from first place. After completely annihilating Florence, Forest Hill took on powerful Morton in a battle which proved to be the most crucial game of the season. Although the determined Rebs fought a hard battle, the Panthers were the victors by a score of 7-6. Following a well-spent open week, the Rebs, highlighted by Rusty Bridges, gained a 19-13 victory over arch rival Clinton with a 67-yard TD--one of three--to end a success- ful season with a 7-2-1 record. As a reward for the fighting spirit which the Rebels displayed during the season, they received a bid to meet mighty Rolling Fork in the colorful Red Carpet Bowl. F. I-I. , pictured as David, did not overcome their oversized opponent, referred to as Goliath, as David did in the well-known Biblical tale. Although there were many exciting moments when the Rebs almost scored, they could not cross the goal line as the Colonels defeated F.I-I. 6-O. Sterling Bryant Glynn Pepper Sophomore End Sophomore Tackle Managers: Buddy Lindamood, Mike Knight, john Matthews. Ball! Ball! Who's got the ball! 'Y Almost a pass interception. RED CARPET B O WL Run.ner-up Trophy ,aw- ' ii 'T Still scrapping Outstanding Players Colonels overpower Travis 103 J, T L L 6 Q wh " -r Hi ., M NM.,.--f" sg Sherrell Hanna 'swap fi MM I we A , ,f f1,f'Cl"L'l-,X if .. r 4 1 M r,K,1wM i JN I X ,, ull Fi Em l ' use ,V -W - 'M' 'N-.LNWW g M- we ' " Karen Guillot Judi Killion Head Cheerleader C H E E R L E A D E R S Work, play, whatever the case may have been, these girls were glad to do it--proud to know that they were elected to lead the greatest football team that ever was! Glenda Ashley 1 M Gay Rogers lane Walters 104 FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL INCOMPLETE 47 47 57 51 41 60 51 58 49 58 51 51 60 65 35 55 63 67 70 64 41 62 HARRISVILLE CULKIN CLINTON ST. FRANCIS FOREST HARRISVILLE CANTON CLINTON FLORENCE BRANDON PELAHATCHIE ST. JOSEPH CLINTON PEARL FOREST BRANDON MORTON CLINTON MENDENHALL PRENTISS FOREST PHILADELPHIA REBELETTES CAPTURE LDC TITLE The Rebelettes won the Little Dixie Conference for the first time in their history this year. Losing only to power- ful Forest, the Rebelettes have compiled, so far, a re- markable record of 20 wins and l loss. Led by eight returning lettermen the Rebelettes won, not only the Little Dixie Conference, but the Forest Hill Girls Invitational Tournament, the Hinds County Tourna- ment, and the North Little Dixie. Although the girls have not won State since 1959, they have high hopes of going all the way this year. Edith Robinson Senior Forward All Hinds County Frankie Walsh Senior Forward All Hinds County All FI-HT All LD Tourney Tean Peggy Tyson Barbara Farris Kay Essary Senior Guard Senior Guard Senior Guard All Hinds County All Hinds Country All FI-HT All LD Tourney Team :MQ yea -um -5. fir -vu.. 4 Q., M1 -, swag ' ! 5 illi Sharon Sims Freshman Forward JV 0 S f :bl J N Managers Judy Eady Ginger Moore and Pat Alewine Freshman Fgyward Linda Coleman jane Walters Cynthia Carter Sophomore Guard Sophomore Guard Sophomore Guard 108 FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST I-HLL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL FOREST HILL INCOMPLETE WHITE OAK HARRISVILLE MURRAH HARRISVILLE CANTON COLUMBIA CLINTON PROVINE MURRAH FLORENCE MAGEE STARKVILLE PROVINE CENTRAL PELAHATCHIE ST. JOSEPH MURRAH CENTRAL MCCOMB PEARL FOREST BRANDON MORTON CLINTON MONTICELLO FOREST CLINTON PROVINE MURRAH Coach J. N. Brock The 1965 edition of the Forest Hill Rebel Basketball, under the capable leadership ofj.N. Brock, compiled a 24-5 record up to District play. Having won all but two regular scheduled games, and these losses being only to highly rated McComb and Pelahatchie, the Reb hardwood aces bounced every Little Dixie team they played. The Rebs also defeated jackson's city schools, Central, Murrah, and Provine, at leasti once. This year Coach Brock's basketballers captured three trophies: the Hinds County Invitational Tournament for the third straight year, the North Little Dixie Conference title, and the over-all Little Dixie Conference championship. And although the Rebels did not Win the annual Rebel Classic, they certainly gave it the best they could. These boys ought to be congratulated for such a season. J. P. Shelton james Lyles Robert Dunn Anthony Shelton Randy Bicker Dennis McRae 110 Kenny Fortenberry Harold Rogers Starters for this year Were: Kenny Fortenberry, Earl Newman, j'.P. Shel- ton, Anthony Shelton, and james Lyles. Strong bench strength added much stubbornness to the Rebel hardwood play and helped earn many victories. Wm.,--1 4 any jerry Womack Earl Newman Dan Smith jerry Newton .av fff W,...-.M,,.W.,.-hJ+...w.H I T ,lag V E E D E , I1 Judy Fruit ,X-X X3 Head Cheerleader Sandra Schreiter Ll MQ? Y 1 as 3 if' Felicia Mikosz Minnie Brown Yvette Saxon I f Janice Poss Tangie Lingle Sandy Barker C B H E 113 BASEBALL TEAM PLANS TO GO PLA CES BACK ROW: Butch Bush, Richard Coker, Harry Edwards, Harry Peterson, J. P. Shelton. FRONT ROW: Steve Brister, Alan jones, Bobby Steel, Kenny Fortenberry. UPCOMING TRA CK TEAMS VERY PROMISING BACK ROW: Sharon Sims, Con- nie Rushing, Carolyn Sudduth, Paula Carter. FRONT ROW: Cynthia Carter, Ellen Robinson, Cindy Rutledge. 681 .-, I ii 'jr' ,Y-W. Q , if if kiwi SL BACK ROW: Bill Robinson, Ernie Tho- mas, Larry Gibson, Rusty Bridges, Herbert Stuart, Rick Phillips. FRONT ROW: Tommy Douglas, Jimmy Ste- wart, Billy Parker, Travis Eldridge, Dennis Cage, Roy Moore, Archie Tuttle. This years junior High Foot ball team, composed mostly of ninth graders, rolled on to a record of five wins and two los- ses under the leadership of Head Coach Doyle Thompson and his assistant, Coach Drew Thompson. IQIUNIOR HIGH TEAM JUNIOR HIGH TEAM JK 5?-N f' 'ti FRONT ROW: Coach Thompson, james Sims, Terry Butler, Alex Lovertick, Rodney Lingle, Leon Hemphill, Gary Haggard, Coach Thompson. SECOND ROW: Ben Evans, Mike Pennock, Bruce Garradi, Howard Polk, Larry Dunn, Greg Guilliot. THIRD ROW: Alan Davis, Henry Walsh, Bruce Mitchell, George Roberson, P. I. Jamison, Garry Smith. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Gordon, Tommy Skinner, Buster Surber, Charles Nicholson, Steve Sparks, Mike King, Bill Slaughter, David Knight. E P' if Finishing the season with a perfect 6-O record, this years Seventh and Eighth grade team showed great promise for Forest Hill's future grid teams. F-T. E, FRONT ROW: Coach Chandler, jim Wainwright, Billy Weems, johnny Surber, Alan Partridge, George Morris, Charlie Berryhill, Coach Thompson. SECOND ROW: Butch Cummings, Gary Parker, Gene Singleton, Don Calahan, Lester Holt, Nicky Pallas, Ricky Myers, Den- nis Cook, Stanley Divine. THIRD ROW: Eddie Vanover, Bobby Ben- ton, jimmy Randalls, John Roberson, Stanley Atkinson, Bruce Sims, Steve Holly, Richard Catt. FOURTH ROW: Ronnie Morris, Alex Stanford, Sammy Anderson, Larry Weems, Wayne Bowlin, Butch Douglas, Steve Hughes, Lee Riley. JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS BACK ROW: Polly Hammer, Cheryl Logan, Patsy Wilkinson, Gloria Graham. FRONT ROW: Brenda Allgood, Judy Eady, Head Cheerleader, Connie Davis. STA TE CHAMPS OF THE FUTURE Q, V '-ll FIRST ROW: Larry Marble, Coach Bill Scott. SECOND ROW: Bobby Quarles, Carey Smith, Eddy Vanover, Allen Partridge, Ken Bicker, Carl Smith, David Steel. Tl-HRD ROW: Ronald Holmes, james Sel- lers, Ronald Dunigan, Charles Peoples, Steve Sparks, Paul Jamison, Clifton McDaniels, Larry Bryant, Charles Nicholson, Bruce Mitchell, Tommy Morrison, George Morris, Henry Walsh, Robert Bowers, johnny Surber, Nicky Palace, Freddy jones. 'fi mtg' Q sf 151 L' A sz 1.1 u H . ., ... FIRST ROW Brenda Long, Carol Tyson, Judy Eady, Sharon Sims, Deborah Kelly Gloria Graham, Babs Sharp. SECOND ROW: Connie Davis, jean Horton, Marsha Parker, Cindy Rutledge, Debbie Brantley, Polly Hammett, Ruth Grant, Miss jones THIRD ROW: Paula Carter, Ginger Yearwood, Peggy O'Keefe, Anita McRae, Beverly Ward, Kathy Ward. Ann j UNI OR HIGH CHEERLEADERS garet Patterson. STANDING: Susan Mason, Melissa St. john, Anita Burns, Donna Black, Cindy Hegwood, Cindy Tyson. KNEELING, Left to Right: Kathy Mason, Mar- B A S r If ELEMENTAR T SPOR TS F O O T B A L E T B A L L FRONT ROW: Carolyn Carter, Rebecca Ingram, Sandra Spratlin, Debbie Bennett. BACK ROW: Pam Graham, Paula Muraglia, Pat Zazoski, Deborah Finch. B A A S If E T B A FRONT ROW: Cathy Weems, Kyra Stokes, Phyl Ammons, Pam Stringer. BACK ROW: Debra Ste wart, Donna Zazoski, Sue Britt, Linda Moore. A L L OUR SPORTS CELEBRITIES . . .1965 rfa'ZN.,lf safl iff" ffl2?f1m: - 4? fgwva- i,,.s,. ..., ,, . . KM, fi. f- fig-task, ?f35Zi255o-'.,.1' aff? gtgrfmwwe vi. 'fu-Q? , ' ,. if Participating in the Second National junior Champ Track and Field Championship Meet in Minnesota were: Roy Moore, Travis Eldridge, jimmy Stewart, and Ernie Thomas. Achieving first-team positions on the North Little Dixie team were: fbottom leftj john Chastain, Tom Phillips, Chip Davis, Qtop leftj Harry Searcy, Travis Eldridge. All six starters made the Hinds County Tournament 1. P. Shelton and james Lyles have also made the team. Connie Rushing, Barbara Farris, Frankie tournament team of every tournament in which Walsh, and Carol Sudduth made the tournament they played. Among these were All Little Dixie team of every tournament in which they played. and District Six. 118 M C19 A CTI VI TIES An idle mind is t e 7? L, 1155255352s?i?Zf!?21W5i35f9ffilimi??EiiEE.T,'f1'ff5V Tiff! M 5?Ei55?f3?l3is?'i4 55i4nf5feiiQ4f:5'iN 4 . fa,-A555i55ff5?155T f527z?giicef.:"f5i1f7 5-M!ZH5'Ziffit7ixQii3EifVfiij5QQEZ?iZW K 5 - '51-.?f'5 ffazsffewiv?-2 2-Ami' fy' HW-ffrfwfiifsiifsez :m?fQgiiizsizf:?ai . fv ,we fmzwwk sflgqwxzkaifgi :ffm2Yes,i:fgQ,f,fsQ,,:,,ff- ., .v,.:uyxgz'4ezif:ziiw.. ,.5,g,w,f--r-gyvfyik ,, " " ' k YE" In ' "1 Vi k'Wf,fiiJ?i1-Q ifLb5V'SQ?'K'f'575l ZX3."f '-5131 , - H ' mlgfifik. pay . " a -- ' .V .size-' . 1 A 'sn , . ,,,,.,,.. .,. , A, , A, .. ,... 8 U I ,A , , V? Q 1: ' ,. ' . . ., N- f " x'fvf"' k 'ftff' 5- V '. FDI -' Q .' v H ze ' . K -, -N' "1, ' '- vw' X " 334 ' Lfff We-f 4 M-' L, . 5554 H gi M-,Ly ,,rfW ,E .Q , I - -. ff - 2. L , ..y -. 11 av , - 2 Z L. is-A IL 'Q .0 Q ' -- 'D gs -if if I ffw,B4,,fm - : . fi ,wi r ' - ' X wx' A ' Jas V A." :' .2 ' '7,1'f ZQ, ' T' ' ., x fy f U X Q . 1'-if 4' - w-. 4 ,ak a 1, i ,:, i .,,. gf' w r ,, LM, . , ' , 2 . 9 r sz 4 1? -it -axzfwwff, , 4. wal H : " A 1 ,ff 's K :w r-i5ggg3 ,:g -5 H --f1?ifv'i1 1, -Aw fa 1 f ' 11 -f gg 5,1 31 ' "1 K 551,215 -1111 5 TS' v 'I '3 , Y f ', S 7 ff 1 5' Q V 3, K 1 X: . aff-sf.. 5-ii - , ' , 1 1 ,. .W .,,f1eL:-qs, .19 ff " PQ " Y - .- , qz'zsz'i' - 1 -4 ,-'H ff - f. fn: , u 1 ,4 Q- Z gk f 1 I Q , 7 -3 ,, y i -A 1,,.zf, v 'W Q f f : J , if h devi1's workshop" 119 As the middle man between the student body and the administration, the Forest Hill Student Council strives to promote courtesy, honesty, and school spirit. In its effort to better Forest Hill, the Student Council sponsors pep buses to away games, a courtesy week, Career Day, regular assemblies, the awarding of scholastic letters, and the publica- tion of the school handbook. However, the work of the council goes deeper than just its projects. What about the broken pencil Sharpeners or the bell that doesn't ring? Through an active participation in student council associations and the adherence to rules of parliamentary procedure, the Forest Hill Student Council improves itself and provides STUDENT GO VER ME T PROMO TES HIGH IDEALS STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS President: Rodney Laughlin Vice President: Randall Miller Secretary: Edith Robinson Treasurer: Frankie Walsh leaders for Forest Hill. SPONSORS S af' 19N v Mrs. Ruth Nichols, Mrs. Anne Hardy, Mr. Charles Nelson. BETAS LOOK TOWARD THE F TURE 1 As a member of the Beta Club I shall strive to pro- mote the principles of honesty, justice, service, co- operation, responsibility, industriousness, humility, and charity. Continuing to serve school and community, the Beta Club has sent delegates to Youth Congress, provided food for needy families, and represented Forest Hill at the State Beta Convention. "We serve best by serving others ." BETA CLUB OFFICERS President-john Matthews Vice-President-James Beasley Secretary-Martha Rochester Treasurer-Judi Killion f' i ixly1:'7, fo ff. s' ff ', ., X , :ix I5 if' 121 px wr ,uhh FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Frankie Walsh, BUSINESS MANA- GER, Barbara Farris, LAY-OUT EDITOR, Mrs. Anne Hardy, SPONSOR, Edith Robinson, EDITOR. THE REBEL From amid the jungle of copy sheets, snap- shots, and a most harried staff comes the 1965 REBEL, to stand as a reminder of the memories of the past year. The staff hopes that this edition of the REBEL will afford each of you the fond mem- ories that it will us, as We remember the many ha.rd hours of Work meeting a deadline, the col-ce cartons in the annual room, and the spooks lurking just Outside the door in that dark hall. Without the cooperation of a wonderful Mrs. Anne Hardy, who encouraged us when- the going got rough, this REBEL would not have been completed. But amid all the turmoil, We the REBEL Staff wish you -HAPPY MEMORIES! I W' 955 0 'Ex ' 5 'N if M- ,2,' FRONT ROW: Frankie Walsh, Edith Robinson. SECOND ROW: Martha Rochester, Sherry Boyt, Ruth Ann Mc- Murchy. THIRD ROW: Sher- 471 gl rell Hanna, Faithe Boatner, Charlotte Pigg, Larry Craw- ford, Buddy Lindamood, Reba Cook, Chip Davis, Harry Pet- erson. FRONT ROW: Beth McNamee, jackie Horton. SECOND ROW: Judy Fruit, Bet- ty Steel, Judi Killion. THIRD ROW: Don Woodward, Barbara Farris, Mary Anderson, Ava Sims, Linda Lee,TOny Elam. REBEL RE VIE W ,fx ,, EDITOR: Billy Marble, BUSINESS MANAGER: Charlotte Pigg "Hey, where's your article?" "Where are the ads? Hurry we HAD a deadline to meet. " These are all familiar sounds to the members of the REBEL REVIEW staff. The REBEL REVIEW is published monthly with the intentions to inform, and entertain the student body, and to train those interested in journalism. With that little extra push from Mrs. Joyce Reid, the REBEL REVIEW sponsor, the paper staff always man ages to pull through ..,.... some how! SPONSOR: Mrs. Joycelyn Reid. PAPER STAFF: Donald Woodward, Charlotte Pigg, Billy Marble, Sherrell Hanna, Paula Arender, Paulette Cook, June Smith, Teresa Fuller, Reba Cook, Judi Killion, Gay Nell Moore, Barbara Farris, Teresa Berrong, Alan Sipes, Rodney Laughlin, Harry Peterson, David Fleming, John Matthews, Faithe Boatner, Martha Rochester, Judy Fruit, Ruth Ann McMurchy, Sherry Tacket, Betty Steel, Martin Burke, Ava Sims, Sandra Schreiter, Barbara Reynolds, Mrs. Reid, Sponsor. LA REFLEXIO ' 5 LEFT TO RIGHT: FIRST ROW: Ken Grabach, Tony Champaigne, jimmy Steel. SECOND ROW: Pat Alewine, Waldine Brurnmett, Leslie Lord, Clark Lowery. THIRD ROW: Christine Cook, Ruth Ann Grant, Kathy Oliver, Steve Brister. FOURTH ROW: Babs Sharp, Ginger Yearwood, Norma Dunigan, Steve Bruntlett. 1 I v ffl , ,A EDITOR: Rodney Laughlin, LAY-OUT EDITOR: Sandra Schreiter, BUSINESS MANAGER: Ruth Ann McMurchy Through the help and supervision of Mrs. jane Ramsey, the literary maga- zine, "La Reflexion" has had a magnif- icent beginning! ASSISTANT EDITOR: Pat Alewine, ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER: Clark Lowery, SPONSOR: Mrs. jane Ramsey. For those interested in the literary ability of the student body, our newly organized literary magazine, the "La Reflexion, " adequately serves the pur- pose. The "La RefleXion" judges the short stories, poems, essays, and art sub- mitted to them by the students . The best selections from each group are then compiled into our literary magazine which is available, once a year, to each student. T OU TH CONGRESS DELECA TES PROPOSE GOUD SAMARI TAN ACT ro UTH CONGRESS DELEGA "I rise to a point of order. I object to the consideration of this motion." These are but a few' of the familiar phrases heard every December as students, both college and high school, prepare for Youth Congress. Forest Hill is an active partici- pant in the Mississippi Youth Congress, striving to attain new heights every session. In this student legislature Forest Hill delegates learn to think and speak quicklv- mg N X.. l TES LEFT TO RIGHT: Billy Marble, Sandra Schreiter, Karen Guillot, Charlotte Pigg, Rodney Laughlin. DEBATE CLUB STUDIES DEBA TE CL UB EXPRESS! VE SPEECH Although the Debate Club is a new organization at Forest Hill, our debaters have made an impressive record. Members of this club learn to speak loudly and clearly and with expression. And perhaps most important, de- baters learn to speak factually and to determine the fallacies in the speech of other persons. LEFT TO RIGHT: Dolly Martin, David Fleming, Robert Dunn, Joyce Douglass. BIBLE CLUB EMPHASIZES RELIGION ON CAMPUS President ......... Vice President.. . . . Secretary-Treasurer uizteam Leader Q . . Reporter ........ . . . . . Kirby Miller Waldine Brummett . . ....... Pat Whittington . ....... Danny Smith ... . james Beasley "---f...,,, Largest of all school clubs, the Bible Club boasts membership from each grade in junior and senior high schools. Talks i by visiting ministers, spir- l itual songs, and Bible quizzes have characterized i this year's programs. . iiiiai f .ttt if users, , K 5 4 -L-'f u w, A - ' .. ..,h,. ' . , ....,..,.. . ,. , t SPANISH CLUB STUDIES BULLFIGHTING "Me llamo" Spanish Club has completed is second year under the sponsorship of Nlrs. Faye Sipes. First and second year Spanish students have learned of bullfighting, Spanish Christmases, and Brazil. The club has adopted official pins to be used by the club in coming years President ......................... Dave Peterson Vice President .................... jimmy Stewart Secretary ...... ..... B etty Steel Treasurer .... ..... C arol Sudduth LATIN CLUB SPONSORS OLKMPIC GAMES Growing by leaps and bounds, the Latin Club has become one of the largest clubs on campus. Mem- bers of the club have held a Latin Day and partici- pated in the state junior Classical League Conven- tion . President ................. ......... .... C h ip Davis Vice President ..... . . . Larry Crawford Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . . Edith Robinson Parliamentarian .... ..... I immy Steel Program Chairman . . .... Paulette Cook 127 SAFETY COUNCIL MEMBERS ELECTED FOR FIRST TIME Forest Hill students are so interested in safety that members of the Safety Council were elected this year. These students strive to make highways routes for travel, rather than death trapsg fire a friendg and automobiles modes of Uansportation, instead of toys. The Forest Hill council promotes safety on cam pus with its decorative and informative bulletin boards: it works D0 off campus by active participation in many meetings and safety programs. aglfl., l f W' T i f ,,.- 2 f i 2 'xi President: Betty Basye Vice President: Billy Parker Sec-Treas: Connie Rushing Reporter: Arnettie Polk JETS EXPLORE WORLD OF MODERN SCIENCE Explosive experiments and exciting film strips-characterize the junior Engi- neering Technical Society. The world of modern science is shown to aspering chemists and physicists. The dangers are many, but anything goes in the in- terests of science. President: Don Woodward Vice President: David Fleming Secretary: jane Clark Treasurer: Ruth Ann Mclviurchy 128 FHA INSTRUCTS GIRLS IN DOMESTIC RESPONSIBILITIES Cooking, cleaning, and sewing are the President: Teresa Fuller Vice President: Pam Brock Secretary Treasurer: Sherry Boyt Historian: Cherry Magee Sponsor: Mrs. Webb President: Andra Henderson Vice President: Debbie Walters Secretary: Sue Teeters Reporter: Barbara Allday Program Chairman: Carol Tyson Treasurer: Nancy Harris Sponsor: Mrs. Allegrezza 4- H BOYS President: Gerald Brent Vice President: Gary Hutchins Secretary-Treasurer: Steve Smith Reporter: David Finch least of the duties of a homemaker. In this fast moving world young women need to know how to make a home , the institution that holds our society together. The FHA challenges its members to make their homes the best and to find beauty in everything. President: Vicki Blaylock Vice President: Jimmie Roger Secretary: jan Hegwood Program Chairman: Brenda Corkern Treasurer: Mary Lynn Lindam ood Sponsor: Mrs. Allegrezza President: Emily Hall 'A I-I-I Vice President: Dawn Powell Secretary-Tre asurer: Deborah Hall Reporter: Peggy Bowlin Recreation: Cheryl Stroud I HW' ncwwfm :mn I-N' T- TEENS ENCO URA GE BETTER LIVING FRIENDSHIP AND r President: Connie Davis, Vice President: Cissy Shultz, Secretary: Cheryl Logan, Treasurer: Darlene Hannis, Reporter: Paula Carter. President: Cheryl Odom, Vice President: Glenda Schultz, Secretary: Cheryl Keifer, Treasurer: jane Walters, Program Chairman: jean Pittman. President: Valeta Chumney, Vice President: Becky Walsh, Secretary: Deborah Watts, Treasurer: Deb- bie Thronton, Program Chairman: Anna Frances Round. Y -- -- . f' 4- f L MT' -- 'L X . . . -,-- :- -+- :, -4-I-,L ' . a The Y-Teens is a Christian organization for girls who are interested in learning more about fellowship and helping others. They participate in many worth-while pro- jects during the year. Strengthening and building one 's character are two of the set goals a Y-Teen strives for. President: Faithe Boatner, Vice President: Montez Dukes, Secretary: Teresa Berrong, Program Chairman: Carol Sudduth, Paulette Cook, Club Representative: Glenda McGowan. President: Lorianne I-Iemmingway, Vice President: Babs Sharp, Secretary: Betty Oliver, Treasurer: Debbie Gore, Reporter: jean Horton, Club Representative: Deborah Drummond. President: Brenda Long, Vice President: Kathy Mason, Secretary: Carol Polk, Treasurer: Karen Till. -..hl l.I Xin.Af',l PE OLUB'S GOAL IS GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP Sponsored by Miss Linda jones and Coach Bill Scott, the Physical Education Club has continued to teach its members physical development. Ping pong, gold golf, and badminton tournaments have been events of the club's third year. President: Gloria Graham Vice President: Sharon Sims Secretary: Marsha Parker Treasurer: Valeta Chumney President: Kay Essary Vice President: Carol Sudduth Secretary: Barbara Farris Treasurer: Peggy Tyson Q I President: Harry Searcy Vice President: Billy Parker Secretary-Treasurer: Herbert Stuart President: Charles Peeples Vice President: Buster Surber Secretary-Treasurer: Charles Nicholson a 1 President: Linda Ward Vice President: Debbie Caughrn an Secretary: Anita Burns Treasurer: Faithe Boatner Chaplin: Ruth Ann Grant LIBRARY AND READING CLUBS OPEN NEW WORLDS TO ITS MEMBERS Books are our friends, ways for us to open doors to new horizons. Members of the Library and Reading Clubs assist Mrs. jane Ramsey in keeping the attractive Forest Hill library in perfect working order. It is the goal of these clubs to stimulate an interest in our library and to stress its importance in a well-rounded education. Besides the club's Work with books, members of the Library Club give the teachers an apple polishing party: its members sell Christmas cards to support Forest Hills literary magazine. President: Dick Martin Vice President: Skippy Norrel Secretary: Leon Hemphill Treasurer: Bruce Mitchell Q. n Ji 1' li ' 'HK ,,..,...--a-1 l .L g.sf,,qkg' fb In-W -...... ,f""! WE ARE THE M USIC-MAKERS 7-N.-We , QQ, V ,L H . at s is l r am.. H - The High School Mixed Chorus and the junior High Chorus are under the direction of Mrs. Margaret Sulli- van. Margaret Sebren serves as pianist for these F. H. singing groups. 43. v... MRS. BROCIVS PIANO STUDENTS Music is well said to be the speech of angels. MRS. TO U CHS TONE'S PIANO STUDENTS Director Mrs. Elizabeth Killion OCTA VE BRI G FAME TO FOREST HILL Happiness, harmony, and closeness brought a- bout as a result of a com- mon love accentuate the Octaves. These eight girls, under the direction of Mrs. Elizabeth Killion have distinguished them- selves in the field of sing ing. Each one does her part to make the group a success. Over the years the Octaves have brought much recognition and fame to Forest Hill. ,. K, Y . ' K' if it K f Q Q .,sr!i,ti5Q2 Sandra Schreiter Sherry Tackett VT? Y Lynn Bookholdt Velma Mason Judy Killion Brenda Clark Tangie Lingle Libby Warrington wel? REBEL BA B. B. Brokaw Felicia Mikosz DIRECTOR DRUM MAJORETTE The Rebel Band, under the able direction of Mr. B. B. Brokaw, has steadily grown to become a significant part of Forest Hill. It has urged us on at football games and entertained us with concerts. The Rebel Band has demonstrated the abilities and skills of Forest I-Iill's many musicians. 136 A MA URETTES LEAD REBEL BA D DRILLS . Q-g51,.sf' Q ,g iii 'rr DRUM MAIORETTE i Felicia Mikosz MAIORETTES Sherry Tackett Pat Alewine Tangie Lingle G 5 few O, THE PEP BA D LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Bobby McNamee, jerry Kimbrell, Harlon Mahaffey, Steve Smith. SECOND ROW: Gene Rust, Alan Sipes, Glen George, Ernie Ryan. THIRD ROW: Mike Hebbard, Gerald Brent, Bob Southern. FOURTH ROW: Charles Perkins. 137 - - .mr W, 7, ,Aww 7-Hffgifmw , eesss 1 REBEL PEP CLUBS BOOST GREAT TEAMS I L MRS. LAVERNE DEEVERS State UDC President CELEBRITIES OF '6 CHIP DAVIS HARRY PETERSON Mississippi College West Point Nominee Scholarship COACH J. N. BROCK Mississippi Bowl Award JUDI KILLION, RODNEY LAUGHLIN, SANDRA SCHREITER, DANIEL CURTIS Qnot picturedj The Casuals ROBERT DUNN, X Mississippi State University Scieneers' Camp DAVID FLEMING Millsaps Scholarship I. P. , can't you be good just once in your life? Go get him, Red' The Wizard of Id You sure are! ! Man Overboard! Thank you, Thing 140 And then I drank Midwest Milk Why, Charlotte, what have you got to hide? 'ii-M....u.0 W 1 B US DRIVERS CA FE TERIA WORKERS 3 A10 AN 6 , L , k k H" igfiufavihii Hi f p , ww L ,ir I , f , A J ,afiljvg .nit Q . , gfagxy 'jg , 3 , - A 'r ,A 4 Z L, , A N, ,- SAFETY BOYS Mr. Goodin- -Custodian 15 Q Mr. Splain ff vi 'QQ BQ0wwvJXxNNw 9054 fl7j2Q,'16J. S-3' M500 W G sms' 4 CQ '65 NU 30,0 E001 A 64,0 72Q1 ZQQ A YJ 00 Q0 4f fd or og Qu . ff 10 NU' Q00 VX' C5966 ' 4747 Od ,ox dow! W. 059' WJ: 8 E72 Yo' Cgixsx - dl Q97-Z , 7-066 50005 MSW 62036 7' S1590 'dffwb Mr. and Mrs. M. Sims Mr. and Mrs. C. Claude Moore Pergr 0 I Q Powers A WORD FROM Pwr' WJQS. , 'G' 5-Ylx1wS0 W, Richardson Mr. and Mrs. L. Crawjird 69,45-fi' Hinds Coungf Patrol QQ C' , or Y- Coach and Mrs. Drew 6922 NU . 011, Q' H Rgbms Chandler 46-Q yy . ' 6 and N161 T C. ESSUO' Mr. and Mrs. B. Edwards 0056672 NV' Mr. and MTS' . Lt. Col. and Mrs. F. If. Walsh A0 daddy Mrs. Edwina Rogers ff hx! Mr. and Mrs. M. D. 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Ja- Q X ,, , - 2, X -,g a-.......f-,.':..w,:-3' f , M ps? . ,, xJ.gg.'p:-J'.-.'h.-..Re'f I , -. 1 y 1 -Mex-e!.f.Ht':'f:r.:-.z-:-. ,. . ' - ' ' - 1, 1. 'W - a ii , L It W V C KI B .. Qx , - i , ' -N i x MATCH NAMES WITH PICTURES! Frankie Walsh Larry Crawford Edith Robinson Don Woodward Barb ara Farris Sherrell Hanna Paul Eldridge Beth McNamee Montez Dukes Judi Killion Our Sixth Grade Graduation Class. Remember the con- fusion and tears of that very first day of school in the first grade? Remember how thrilled We were when we learned to count to ten, and how proud We were of our "Jane" and "Tag" books? Remember all the girls who fell off the boys merry- go-round because the dumb ole' boys pushed it too fast? All these incidents and many more were just a stepping stone in the . path of growing up . l ., .,,, a.,.,,W 'X 'C' ' i J Q, -fllV1 ,e 1 li A3153 'lf if'i in X xx . Q Rani! aj! an my S Q x ii li 5 ,, is m n T 150 AS SEVENTH GRADERS. . . o A.,i ,i.fA i o ...ii-M , i ' B 2 f " i f ii't 'Q ,Lk L, ,V " ,, 'ZVV 'A yf, fi i Of course, M , Wm- 5 1 the responsibilities when we entered K of leadership . the seventh grade Soon We will We thought we dV i begin again to had done all the If lyl Lg g g flounder through growing up there t :'f iiir the halls of life was to do . We in seeking the as- quickly changed W igl 1 211a, gi oriid t i surance we know our minds when fj s o EZEA gt g l as Seniors in high we could not see iiiiit 1 i iz lii? 7 s gt School . over the heads of the seniors in the hall . Our cocky attitudes gave Way to uncertainty as we floundered through the halls on our Way to class . Almost be- fore we realized it, we were Seniors. It was our turn to assume BIG BAD SENI ORS 151 r a if f-fem t l TOP TEN. . .CLASS OF 165 FRONT ROW: Sandra Schreiter, Charlotte Pigg, june Smith, Frankie Walsh, Edith Robinson, and Patsy Boman SECOND ROW: Steve Brister, john Matthews, David Fleming, and Rodney Laughlin, Forest Hill salutes its scholars and is proud to be represented by them in institutions of higher learning. Charlotte Pigg with an average of 96.76 is valedictorian and Steve Brister with an average of 96.31 is salutatorian. june Smith, 96. will say the invocation at graduation exercises and Edith Robinson, 95.68, the benediction. M xx X 'F 1 wg V.-1 1 ', lf.: IP 1 Pi fi. : 3 'L 'r -H 5' ls 'M rl F fi ff P' Hx' QI "f l T JNQ' 1 F I nl ir Q 49 .. A 53 Q . : ..z... Q? Vi.. ' E,-H? 59-A W :Q jeg !. Ax . ,, X Q , ul ' 1 Q --"Qy......-. f ll I . .' - -xv - - 'f K,,,. as-u. is-Q. 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