Forrest City High School - Corral Yearbook (Forrest City, AR)

 - Class of 1954

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THE CORR L 1954 5 X 5 2 'QE' mil' Presented for your Pleasure by the ANNUAL STAFF X. FORREST CITY HIGH SCHOOL That your memories of thus school year may be happy ones' P 1 E ' "9 'a E 5, - gb 6 -M .. S Q Li X -X .514 of UHTEHT5 SHIIHNIS EHHIHS I HIIVEHHS M nfnlunuun QNNUH1 SIHH Hunrnl ununnu wmnnnslununu f I JHEHNZHIIHNS IHHHIIES f uns 6 DEDICATIO X1-.. To Forrest City High School an institution we love and of which we are proud and to those who compose xt the students and teachers we wish to dedicate this 1954 CORRAL 4 " "'s 1175 3 is H lb'-eff oe, Alma ,naff . Page 3 ' . , 75- I ' R 1-I . ,sg , ' Q F avi K f K Q . so , .,Q,.w41i:3if f n , or W' M- e wa ' , c, j -,...4m.':. -- ...fe X. 'fit Afvr-f5i3Q,' 53.1. :swf 4' . '25 ,""t -, .Q 'Wi lm ash-an .df f-"M" 0 9 I l ! . ' I .I e 0 ' - 1 Hd' . i 1. :fran Lee W viola E-P965 Asst Jigs Brow EQUOY MOI' 'fue Mrs H W Batchelor PMSYRHSSQI1 Mrs Fern Lyford Sponsor Busmess Manager C0 Sponsor Eat. Advert1s1ng-Betty Jo Merrell Elma Lay-Out - Bobby Nell Tate Edmond Mallory Elizabeth Morgan Ray Goldstein Carolyn Black Sandra Burkart Frances DeRoss1tt McLaren CORRAL STAFF Sports Barbara Brantley Ronald Hodges x,lJ ,... , . ,"' 1 A1 Wrmte Ups Nona Fondren Paul Wxlhams Walter Bryan M11t0D Poe .zf4'L f Art Ann Walker Lxnda Hawley Shelb1a Ell1s Shirley Plpkms Jackle Clarke Harry Fondren PQS Plctures B1lly Bob Vance Sara Jane Runyan Barbara Buford wwgrf 'Eh- Bannon Ellis THE SENIOR COUNCIL Goldstem Dearmg Presldent Secretary it Clark 'J' Treasurer N J Buford W1ll1ams V Presxden Reporter 1""' The governmg body of our school is composed of representatlves from each homeroom and several honorary members Bell Eppes Hawley Johnson ,QF N. Brown Burkart Cason K V I2 . Fondren Fussell Hammons nl! ,A -J' Lieblong McNair Mr Hawley glnlg Y,-iN vp .A .Q1 I-,.. Q3 -v. tif' Eff? : 9' N- SCHOOL BOARD Standing: Mr. V. O. Turner, Mr. John Lindsey, Mr. Thomas McDaniel Seated: Mr. James DeRossitt, Mr. Eldridge Butler, Pres., Mr. Webb Sweet, Sec. Mr. M. S. Smith Supt. of Schools X-'L Mr. Lewis Hawley M.r. A. T. Woodruff Principal Page 8 Supervisor of Transpor tation FACULTY in-Q-ff Mr. Carlos Andrews Mr. T. G. Bratton Spanish and Engl ish Math. and Science 1.f"" M1ss Molly Autry Mrs T G Bratton Muslc Latm and Engl1sh an A Mrs H W Batchelor Mrs Lucxlle Brownxng English 9 Home Economlcs FACULTY Mrs Charles Buford Mr James Deva,z1er Math Phy Ed and Coach Mrs K M Dale Miss Fanme Doughten Math Phy Ed and Coach Ni Mlss Bertha Dav1dson M1ss Mary Engels Social Studies P Q 10 Soclal Stud1es FACULTY i i M1ss Mae Ferguson MIS I M Fulkerth History Cafeter1a and Math HQ' 'iisntv wwf Mrs Frank Fogg Mr Ed Henderson Commercial Science and Coach Mrs Mary Bob Fogg Mrs Ed Henderson English P q 11 English '23 'Q F f I. E s Q Q , fy E gb W., L ' ' 1 - ' A , Q., . va. K Lg Q ,WHY - I 'S x T7 u G 9 FACULTY Mr Clarence Hines C1vics ,pw Mrs H S H1nson Home Economics xv Miss Betty Hogue Secretary to Mr. Hawley Page 12 Mr Bill Irving Negro School Supt Miss Anna Johnson L1brar1an Qi-53 Mr. Don Key Band f V 7 fflytf A I vel? S W4 VV ffl I H if Q' L 1.-, M 1-L Wi s , 1 x Y. jg T Y - I Q 1 ' I FACULTY . ID I I1'1'1I..L.--, ,A xvpumnqlil : H , . is ' Mr. Harry Knight Science and Math. Mrs. George Lyford English Miss Fannie Carrol Legg Mr. Knox Martin Student Guidance Dept. History N43 Mr. L. J. Lieblong Math. li N17 Q l"4',, ll..L I Mr. Walter Gene Prewitt Trades and Industries Page 13 FACULTY nf V. Mrs. David Ho eg Mrs. Henry Williams ds Secretary to Mr. Smith El1g1iSh N Y Y BEEF CARCASSE3 f Mr Hugh Wilson Mr. Bruce Slaughter -, Math. and Coach Agrlculture Page 14 x . .1 -4,- u .elm Q .W Q " 'Thy gf: if fb SENIOR OFFICERS l l P l w Standing - Jackie Sue Clark, Reporterg Viola Eppes, Secretary. Seated: Frances DeRossitt, Treasurerg Patsy Russell, Vice Presidentg Billy Joe Bannon, President. Semoll Suc.f-9-55 Class Flower - Red Rose Class Colors - Red and White Motto - Small things accomplished are better than large things planned. Page 16 SENICRS BILLY JOE BANNON Pres Senxor Class Ed ,- , Emlssary V P Fut :QQ Teachers 12 Chou' 10 11 Q 12 Mxxed Ensemble 12 C0unc1l9 10 ll 12 Pres 9 Boy's State ll Campus PSTSODZIIQ 10 S-KSC AASC 1?""' Delegate 10 Jr NHs9 SJ Baskerballa TrackMgr 10 fi 'Vx ALMA BERRY FHA 9 10 Choir 11 Glee Club 12 Photography Club 12 CAROLYN BLACK Chou' 9 11 12 Glee Club 10 FHA9 10 Treas 10 Songleader 12 Jr NHS9 Sr NHS 12 Annual Staff 12 Sec Homeroom9 10 12 Dramatlcs Club Sec 12 Latu:1C1ub9 10 4 H Club 11 12 Rep 12 Nat Convent1onQCh1cagoj 12 Tr1o12 Ensemble ll Jr Class Rep Page ZANA BRAINERD FHA 9 10 4 H Club 9 ll 12 Spamsh Club 11 Choir 11 Glee Club 11 Photo Club 12 Sec Home room 12 Guldance Monl tor 12 WALTER BRYAN nd 8 9 10 ll Pres 12 Choxr 11 Span ish Club ll 12 Rep 12 Jr NHS 9 Sr NHS 11 12 Pres 12 Bus Pa trol 9 11 12 Sport Club 12 Annual Staif 12 Boy State 11 V P Jr C ass Campus Pers 12 Glee Club ll RAY BURKART Jr NHS9 Span Club ll 12 Campus Pers 9 10 Sr NHS1l 12 Boys State ll Cou.nc1112 An nual Staff 11 12 1-oot ball 9 Basketball 9 Choir 11 12 Glee Club 10 ll Who's Who 10 FTA 10 f'FQiP'aR 'vi war' fa- fd 4 "' l 2' Q ' A may -it . ' g . , : - . 10, 6. ' ,Q V 1 , , : V 1 , . , , 1 . 9 - 4- I 2 V 2 ' -Q4 4' , tt , f ' I , , x yr. . : 5 Ba . . , , 12, 9 - Q , - Q - g A , , K 1 , 1 A 1 5 's 1 , ' g . . . 1 g 'lg . 3 3 ,fx ,A A F. - , ,f 'v' H, ' , . 2 - 2 - ' 9, 9 , . 12, . 9 - , . . . 2 9 . 5 . 9 ' L - gk , Q - , 4 - p W ' . . Q s 1 Q ' . 1 . 4 I 1 . L - . Q 5 , , . 1 - 1, Q, .3 "' X SENIORS DICKY BUSBY GRACE CHIN Ba.nd9 10 11, 12 Foot Trees Homeroom9 FHA ball 12 Sportsman Club 9 10 Managing Editor of 12 4 H Club 9 10 Emissary 12 Dramatics Club 12 FLOYD BUSBY Sportsman Club 12 4 1-I C1ub9 10 11 Ba.nd9 10 11 12 FFA12 SHELBY JEANE CHALK 4 HC1ub910 FHA910 Spanish Club 11, 12 Photo graphy Club 12 V P I-Iomeroom ll SHAM KEN CHIN Jr NHS 9 FHA 9 10 Basketha1ll0 Winner T B Essay Contest 10 Who's Who ll Guid matic Club 12 Emissary Staff 12 Assistant Mlm eographist 11 GEORGE CLARK FFA9 10 11 4 HClub 9 10 11 12 Football 9 11 12 Bus Monitor 9 10 11 12 Cam Persona11ty12 Sports manClub12 Letter man's Club 11 12 Page 18 :moe Mon1tor12g'Dra- ' I 1 1 ' Q Pls 'O 'US in var? 4""" SENIORS JACKIE SUE CLARKE Band9 10 11 12 Drum Major 10 ll 12 Majorette 9 FHA 9 10 Chou' 11 NHS 12 Sr Class Rep Sec Homeroom 11 Sr Counc1lTreas 12 Art Club V P 12 FTA 10 ll Pres Hlstory Class 11 Jr Play Campus Pere 10 Annual Staff 12 JEANETTE CLARK 4 H Club 9 10 11 Cholr 11 10 Sec Future Trades men 12 FHA 9 Spanxsh Club 11 MARGARET COLE Cbolr 10 12 Glee Club 10 Gxrl s Ensemble 12 HMS Plnafore 9 Latin Club 9 10 FTA 10 12 FHA 9 Campus Pers 9 Booster C1ub 9 10 12 Bus Moni to910124HC1ub9 THOMAS WALTER COLE JR Football 9 12 Bas ketba11l2 Choir 9 10 Glee Club 9 10 Rep FTA ll State FTA Conventxon 11 4 H Club 9 Sportmen Club 12 HMS Pinafore 10 Bus Monitor 10 12 Li brary Show 10 VIRGINIA STEVENS CLARK FRED COX Future Tradesmen Club 11 V P Jr NHS 9 Latin C u 9 10 ll 12 reas Home Room 9 Sec Home Room 10 PC3919 'QA gm 5 1 X v' cgi i' 'Qu' .Ku 'Q' 'W' -sm r4"Q:'v 1-5 .J SENIORS GLORIA COX FHA 9, 10, Sec. Homeroom 9, 10, Rep. 12, 4-H Club 10, ll, Spanish Club 11, 10, Art Club 12, Pres. Art Club 12, Jr. Carn. Class Queen 9, Beauty 10, ll, 12, Band 9, 10, ll, 12, Major- ette 11, 12, Reed Ensemble 11, Jr. Carnival 12. MARY SUE CULVER Future Homemakers of America 9, 10, Spanish Club 12. BOBBY DAV1S Football 9, 10, ll, 12, A11- Dist. 9, Basketball 9, 10, ll, 12, Track 9, 12, Sports- men Club 12, Letterman's Club 10, ll, 12, Jr. Car- nival Class King 12, 4-H Club 9, 10, Campus Per- sonality 12. W. G. DAVIS FTA ll, Football 9, 12, Captain 9, All-Dist 9, Basketball 9, Track 9, 4-H Club 9, 10, ll, 12, Lettermen's Club 12, Sportsman Club 12. HAZEL DEARING 4-H Club 9, 10, ll, 12, Rep. 11, Nat. Convention 1Chlcagoy 12, FHA 9, 10, 11, 12, Song Leader ll, 3rd, V. P. Federation ll, FFA Sweetheart ll, Sec. Homeroom 10, Pres. ll, Gir1's State, Sr. C0uncilSec. 12, Dramatic Club 12, Latin Club 9, 10, Choir 9, ll, 12, Glrl's Trio 12, Sec. 1-list. Class ll, Pres. 12, Sr. NHS 12. GENE DEARRINTON Future Tradesmen's Club ll, 12, Sgt. at Arms of State FTA 12, Boy's State, 4-H Club 9. Page 20 W5 .gg E nf "HSL ,Hans 1'!f""'Yhv K5 57 -wa. SENIORS FRANCES DeROSSITT Bands 10 ll 12 Major ette9 10 11 12 Coir ll 12 G1rl's Ensemble ll 12 Rep Homeroom 10 Sec 11 V Pres 12 FTA 10 ll 12 Treas 2 Spanish Club ll 12 Treas Sr Class Annual Staftl' ll 12 Emxssary Staff 12 fS0ciety Edxtorj FHA 9 10 Llbrary Show 10 ll Choir Manager 12 ARLAND RAYE DYER Football9 Band9 10 ll 12 German Band Hlgh Salesman Curtlss Maga ZLD8 Contest 9 Sports men's Club 12 Sgt at Arms of Band 12 SHIRLEY EDGE A 9 10 ll 1 Club 9 10 FTA 12 Rep Dramatlc Club 12 Booster Cu10l1 2 Pqe VIOLA MAE EPPES DAR Girl 4 HClub11 12 Song Lesderll Sec 12 fChlcago7 Nat Con gress Mgr Basketball 10 11 12 Ed Annual N 9 11 12 Sec 2 Sr Coun 12 Sec Spanish Club ll 12 Choir-9 ll 12 Trio 12 Sec Jr 8aSr Classes Pres Photo Club 12 Campus Pers 9 ll 12 Sec Latin C1ub9 10 Homeroom Pres 9 11 Rep 10 Fl-IA9 V Pres 10 Song Leader ll Sec Hlst Class ll Booster Club 10 GUY FISHER Future Tradesman ll 12 Jr Council 9 4 H Club NONA FONDREN Cholr 11 12 Glee Club ll G1rl's Ensemble 12 FHA 9 10 Latin Club 9 10 Future Teachers 10 12 Annual Staff 12 SASC 11 Booster Club 10 Gxrl s Sane Homecomlng Maxd ll 12 Sr Councll ll 12 NHS 12 Library Show 'bu 4' L -" af? Q 'Q 1' f' "A-I is 45-M9 SENIORS ROSALYN GILBERT GERALD GOODIN 4-H Club 9, 10, 11g FHA Future Tradesmen 11, 12 9, 10, ll, 125 FTA 129 Manager Jr. Football 5 Dramatic Club 12. Basketball 10. TOMMY GILLENWATER Football 9 10 12 Captain 9 A11 State 8: All District 9 4 H Club 9 Lettermen' Club 12 Sportmen' 12 EDMOND GOLDSTEIN Band9101112 V Pres ll Latin Club9 10 11 V Pres 9 Pres 10 Latin Medal 10 NHS 9 ll 12 V Pres 12 Pres I-Iomeroom 9 10 Council 11 12 Pres 12 Campus Pers ll 12 Boys' State Annual Staff 12 Pres Jr Class Pres Student Body GORDON GRIFFITI-I Footba119 10 11 12 Basketball 9 Track 10 Choir9 10 11 12 Glee C1ub9 10 11 Boy' Quartet 12 M1xedEn semhle ll 12 FTA 10 11 12 Emissary Staff 12 Pres Homeroom 11 12 Wbo'sWho 9 Let termen's Club ll 12 Class King9 Mr FCHS Candidate 11 RAY HALBERT Lettermen's Club 11 12 FFA9 10 11 12 FFA Pres 12 4 H Club 9 10 11 12 Track 10 12 Rep to FFA contestll 12 Rep to Parliamen tary Contest 6th Place Bull Contest QSt Fairy Page 22 E ' 5 B n 1, I S ' 5 B Club , v 3 5 , , , , . . FOOUBLH 9, 10, 11, 125 SENIORS IANNHAIILTON FHA! 10 4 HClub9 10 ll 12 KUBRAY BARR! FFA 9 10 ll NEB 9 Council 9 10 Sport msn'l Club 12 CHARLES HAHHONB Football!! 12 Buketball 9 10 ll 12 Capt.n.in9 12 Lettarmen's Club 10 11 12 slDl'Ul18ll'l Club 12 Ant lost Handsome 9 10 Who'l Who 9 Emlssary Sta!! 12 Spanish Club Choir 11 12 Boys' Qua- tet 12 Pres Homoroom 10 Jr Carnival King I0 Jr Carnival l Library Show ll LINDA HAWLEY FTA 10, ll FHA9 10 Anmm1Staffl1 12 Cam pusPers ll Band9 10 ll 12 Soc l2 Reed 10 11 Sl' Council 11 12 SABC ll AASC 11 Work shop 11 Girls' State 11 Art C1ubl2 WlD's WM ll ANN HARRIS EVELYN HILL 4 H Club 9 10 ll 12 Future Trldolmen 12 FHA 9 10 Booster FHA 9 I0 Club 10 Page 23 1 F ' n s v 3 I I 1 ' I 3 ' o I 5 n I cmmm, sr. eouiwu l2'g Efasellxble..-411' mmm: S l I I , ' ' I L 3 u S 5 Z L SENIORS JO ANN HUFF Basketball ll, 12g Sec. Homeroom 9, ll, Pres. 12, Booster Club 10, ll, 12, Future Teachers' 12, FHA 9, 10, Jr. Carnival Class Queen 12: Home- coming Queen 12. NAOMI HUSKISSON Basketba1l9 FHA 9 10 Glee Club 12 Photography Club 12 ROBERT KYLE Choir 9, 10, 11, 12, Home- room Pres. 9, Library Show 9g Glee Club 10, 115 Football llg Lettermen's Club 10, ll, Future Teachers' 12, Emlssary StaIf12g Jr. Play. PATSY LEOPPARD Band9 10 ll 12 Booster Club 10 Spanish Club 11 12 Photography Club 12 Pres 1dentHomeroom9 10 FHA 10 ll 12 V Pres Emlssary Staff12 Library Mon 11 AUDREY KEY FRANCES LONG FHA9 10 ll FTA ll FHA9 10 ll 4 H Club 9 S. Booster Club 10 ll 12 10 ll 12 H18 Patrol 10 Program Chair Home room 10 Page 24 3 a1l"" If 'UN 09' , fl l fr' SENIORS PATSY LONG Basketball9 10 ll 12 Sec Homeroom9 10 ll 12 Booster Club 10 ll 12 FHA9 IC Jr Carnival Class Queen 10 PTA Play ll Jr Play ll Future Teachers 12 ELMA MALLORY NHS 9 12 Annual Staff 12 Emissary Staff ll 12 Choir 9 ll 12 Glee Club 9 ll Mixed Ensemble Girls' Ensemble 12 ll Booster Club 10 FTA 10 12 FHA 9 10 brary Show 10 ll Play Glrls' State MARY KATHLE EN MARTIN Booster Club 9, 10, llg Library Monitor 10, Sec. Homeroom 10, Spanish Club ll, 12, Choir 8: Glee Club llg Photography Club 12. SIDNEY MAY FFA9 10 ll Rep ll eas 12 4 H9 10 12 Football9 ll 12 Track ll Rep Homeroom ll Lettermen s Club 11 12 Sportmen's Club 12 EUGENE NICHOLS Foot.bal19 ll 12 Cap ta.inl2 Lettermens Club 9 10 1.1 12 Track Team ll 12 Pres Sportmen Club 12 Personality ll SHIRLEY PIPKLNS Latin Club 9, 10, ll, Spanish Club ll, 12, 4-H Club 10, Art Club 12, Sec. 12, Choir 10, ll, Girls' Glee Club 12: Annual Staff ll, 12, FHA 9, 10, Homeroom Rep. ll, Homeroom Pres. 12, Page Zi Qi 0 YJ? SENIORS RANDALL PRATT MAXINE MARIE SHAWVER Bnnd9 1011 12 Sport 4HC1ub9 FHA910 men's Club 12 Boys' State Latin Club 9 Spanish Club CAROL ROWE Council 9 President of Homeroom 9 10 Spanish Club 11 12 Sec of Home room 11 Pres of Psy Class 12 Emissary Staff 12 Guidance Monitor 12 PATRICIA JEAN RUSSELL FHA9 10 12 V Pres 10 Latin Club9 10 11 Spanish Club ll 12 Photography Club 12 Glee Club 12 Choir 11 JIMMY SPENCER Footba.l19 10 11 12 All Dlstrlctb Captain 9 Track 9 12 11 10 Basketball 9 Home Room Reporter 9 12 Sec 10 Lettermen's Club 10 ll, 12 Sportmen's Club 12 4 H 9 0 JOHNNY STEWART Pine Bluff Pres oi Glee Club 10 Choir 11 Student Council 11 Home Room Pres 10 Treas 11 Forrest City Choir 11 Future Tradesmen 12 Page 26 1 SENIORS G. L. STRICTLAND CLARA WILSON FFA 9, 10, ll, Future Tradesmen 12g Band 9. SHIRLEY TAYLOR MARCIA VANDIVER Future Tradesmen 12g FHA Home Ec. 9, 10g Future 9, 10. Teacber's Club 125 Home Room 10, President ARNOLD COX VERHOUVEN 4-H Club 9, 10, 11, 123 FFA 9, 10, ll, 123 Sportsman's Club 12. Pcqe 27 SENIOR SNAPSHOTS Q Where's Red ? Gee' WW Qi wif Snybxl ' I Wx? nah F""'W3 we-663.5 -119' Gleesome Threesome Le1s Went Lo' Our Sponsor' 'Ex XI., ,. fi ., ,go . 1 .. .' ,A . ll! . H - , f :Nw ' I K 7: , A. ,nz , NQ,xxf3f1g W K K, A T55 6 1 - , ,453 -nf. 1 ff " " ' . ' x Elf: 'HZSZN-'j fe M QT . 1, A U I H., Q 4 xr f f v, " 'if 3 'Y ff? ew -T - W .a , .... Q Q e i I Q Y . mr i-1.-1 ,Q ..t5 Q, .V 7 W-,f 'fi g a ' 4 ein e- - wi, ff of Q 5 ay vw A o 'Q M I - f X :hr 'i' A ' , 5' ,:5l5i7"g531+:!g ' , Q gf, r o g A g me :W A V I F ' 7' ' . H . , f, . A A 1 X! " . 1 ' r wg. 7145, ' I ' 3 ,, f ,fr ., +1 7, I j - l Ficme Pickle "Fannie" 5 0 JUNIOR JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS JUNIOR OFFICERS Milton Poe V President Shelbia Ellis President Cec1l Bell Reporter Barbara Buford Secretary Billy Bob Vance Treasurer P ,n 11 F ,qi 50 ,rl x vii X K .J .- Hs 43 Pq 30 ' 9 ' 5 s 3 9 3 9 Q 9 use ,:. pu. , ... 4' '.9',.Illl ' ' 'I HU M "ff , ,. , QQ., 4" f 1Nu"'f xQQI'1FG. f ' , 11'-C' 'A , ' K 4 f. N 'U v- ,,!0,vPu ffif I " N ',.-f ggi. - unfit r W ' X Q K Margie Adams UNIORS f Q ,I ' s. 'Q' bl. k" 5 Otto ' ' ' Cecil Wayne Bell Arthur Baldwin Evelyn Blake L... Frances Boatner Bonnle Bodkin Leonard Borden Barbara Brantley 'Z' bg ridgforth George Brlmhall Lee Wells Brown Barbara Buford 11,5 is Paul Busby Cecllia Caldwell Maxine Chism Hubert Chrxstopher :Q ,Q x N 6. ' Norma Jean Collier Dorothy Cupples P099 31 Bobby Davis Robert Day A 5 ' A l . , , w .11 ' 7' 'Q l' 'A ,X I V A I 4 . YQ to if so ' ' Av. 91' - B . I l A f l - S' 1 A G N' e'f. L , s I xv -. 'Y' ' s 'v ff i' 1 V x, " an . ' l' ' b A ply I A M 4 X - 'i' , 2 , V l : I X i V R UNIORS 1 Nona Dulin Frames nl. Shelbia Ellis Mary Ann Emmerson M- A 15 Hazel Franklm Mabel Free Marie Walter Fisher Bobbye Fl0W6rB fv- fi J Harry Fondren Buelah Gllmer Walter Grlsham Judy GTOSS 7' IV' 'Q LL Ann Hall Betty Sue Hall Jimmy Hawks Gall Hxcks uve ,vs -Qu ' . ful 2 Gladys Higgins Ronald Hodges Ann Hughes Luther Lieblong . ' K K J I' M I ' T H' W , 74 fw lx lx X 4 4 . 1 . . V E. J. H H . X A"A A, I YZ, 3 , 7 M -V", -V,, ri b iz ' A ff A H Lf ., ' ' cr '51 ,xii ff ' f I ll 'Q Y 4 X61 , , , V I V '- Q - '- 7 , i , V . H H 1 'Q' , I f J Jow ce Lmdsey Ch2.!IlbllSS Lines UNIORS vis Zenda Logan 4? Jane Mc Cammon 13,54 f' 1. K' Sandra McClaren Louise McGary Patty McGuirt Betty J0 Merrell 'S HM 1 Elxzabeth Morgan Sara Lou MOYFIS William Nelson Velldii Pierce 1. un. Urdu 415V 5' 1 ,si . Alfred PlpkL!1S Milton Poe Vxrgmia Po Albert Pyle 1 'Op i Ti -1 Nancy Ramage Ramona Reed Melvxn Ridgeway Bobby Rubbing 1, 4.1 fn ,L wf v Barbara Roberts pw I3 UNIORS Sara Jane Bunyan 701 an 01' 5 -um, ng , 1 I' 1 L--M Vance Satterfield Tommy Schmitz 'Y K7 Robbie Sue Ryan G Maurice Shackleford Betty Smith 'WN Jerry Sanders 6- W Charles smith 1-:lame smlm Billy Steed Rwhard Swzall f 4 in 4' Mary Jo Stratton 2 K Len IQ!! I s 5. .. 1- , ,l 8 Q uw I 1 fz. Q' M . Mitra ' 1?-' .s WAP: ET.. 31 X 1. ffl' Bert Seaton K David Sullivan Margie Sweet vm- on ks , 4 I' A 1 0 Q ' ' Y US! "' in tg if gf ZF tj 2 ' ,f L -I N f ,, C 'ali f I fi: M :sl 5 , 4 B . . ' I X Bobbye Nell Tate Bobby Taylor David Teague Wlllll-ln Thorutvn , l Page 34 - UNIURS Y 1 Q--I B1l1y Bob Vance i Shlrle is 6' x.i Ev" v. y Wall Mouta Sue Wllk1DS Paul Wxlhams Page 35 Anne Walker ff x I Jxm W11son 7 n fv- ' Y ' LW X . . E' .K 3 2- . 4' . x - ff.. - , I E - 1 b' Q "1- if ' I 'ik ' P N1 '.. i ' K X X ' ,A JUNIOR SNAPSHOTS Dum da dum dum' The " at I 9952 Wha'sa Matter ? Mxghty Flre Water Y Insect Bomb ? ? ? Why 'Iwo Chairs ? Huh ? Colgate or Ipana ? SOPHOMORES SOPHO 990319 Beverly Black -A... Carolyn Cadwell ORES C' Johnny Borden 43 Gilroy Calloway new ggi X 'ILL -I' Ruby Ambrose Nettle Ann Brown ,IRR M -sd Glenda Hodges 40' Merlin Andrews M4 Jimmy Beazley Sammy Jo Beshears Helen Bunch 12" Linda Carroll ST Dxann Burns Alice Ann Cason 1? 1 Marne Childress be 4 MPI Cecelia Clark Betty Jane Cox George Dearingto Don Franks D Billy Cox pr? BID- fga, I Albert Deere fs. 52 Joyce Franks DeWitt Clark P" Betty Cupples 'i Paul Collie lk lT.'T"S Jimmy Curtis ia J acquellne Ferguson Shannon Fogg Lois Cook is. Jimmy Davis Mabel Fong 195 'Q 'R' Bobby Fussell Emma Grace Gardner Donna Gibbs Earl Jean Gilbert Harold Dean Gilmer Donald Gore Elizabeth Qzre Louise Halbert Willene Burton Iola Childress bv- Louise Cothran 'AT Raymond Davis M Carolyn Fox 47 Donald Gilbert Q. Q Harry Hamlin ' y 4 ,ln J J ' i - ,. u f- M - "'l ' " A 1.1 J ii A M " " 9 z A ll la M 1, .. -N V? 1- I X, V If 1 Y 3 c' ar Y ., ' 'ca L I J "iw 7 ,f Q55 M", ,I G - T13 a i f , J e pl! J, e yy v s -'-ef 1 Q e lx ' v 9 ' s 4 J 1 J fi it Z7 x ' F XX JJ xl l X 6 .LIJ ' ' X ' "-2' ' "' ' l . ff ' . ' ' "W 'Ei' fe eeeo le J - f fi 1 J JJ e e J J A f -3 . JB! - ff , I JJ ff ,JJ ?!J ,J. JJ JJJRJA y J v il V is -Ee J aku 3, xj f N ffl ' J ' 'v-" T': ,4 'e e . : Y , J J MM. A A V , f J Z We A J , Q , , ,J A ' 2 J AJ J J "' W WJ-' ,W be Jv J J ' , lx v 'J , J 2' J y f H A: -'JJ J J i I ' fx J, L 7 M' K 5 a 2 A 1 T 4 , 1 'A - Ji if Z , ' ' A C J ,K J CJ 1 1' 1, A V X 'T ,f? f ' F H A . Y X , , y 4 I N 7 " JI' lu, V f,,,s fJ3k ' -' ' V 'J' L M - ' a v ' JT l f L-V ,I l V 3 " - 3' ' n , - W ' X, Magune Hardy Jerry Harris 4. ' , I . C 9 R F 3 4? l Gwen Haven Eldon Hawley - f., is 5. Q7 fm" ' QL ' 10" ,ti ' Sonny James Betty Lou Johnson il V ,, ' . , . L I .I f N fy. in Terah Kyle Betty Lou Lancaster x j . KN ,. X 'L . 'NP ff '+R 11' . Mildred May Annette McCowa.n Q . . , yr L -,I H., 6, .eip , 1, Ann Montgomerj Catherine Odom 4, . I A 9' x Q3-v Dale Poe K' gi: Z, I Jerry Moore an 2 Y J H Teddy O'Fallin Q K . Herman Potts J T 4?- al " 1 Q. 1 Marlene Harris JL" .v ? - x Charlie Haywood r ev , M1 Tommy Johnson C x N 'Q-. Marvin Laws xg, Mary McCoy .l' liar .,, J Barbara Myers t - PN C.. ' Thomas Palmer 2 L- i' I Margaret Rains l, X . l MJ, Sarah Ann Hartz ie I Carol Sue Heath 5 'Z' ' Paul Jones at 1 gb' IW I' Billy Long Fu Garnet McGee ul Le SOPHO ORES ff V ,os N, t 'O L A ' M Billy Guy 313503 Margaret Hood 4- ' Q A :ll dvi " Stanley Jones Eli abeth Key' L, I m 1 V5.2 mx ' f tif x e 1""' 6 ', .- 9 Mervin Luallen ra, , Annette Mc Nair V , 4 , 3' G.. x l 2 'Sn - Q T' v ' t 1 l l 5. W , - A Don Nicholas Harold Nichols Jerry Niclfols ' If ' l., , V 'I 1- 751 R' Q"'A " -, , V Sandra Pearcy Pauline Peck Donna Fay Phillips . ' . - til f pf . , , Z: . 6 fa. be , N f M Eugene Render Kay Rhodenizer Barbara Rich SOPHO , ps S ff , Norma ROSS Q Q af' xl Billy Steegall I , X 'FS :"'- : J r Marilane Sulcer Charles Woods ,i 3 xfflf ORES R Bedith Ruff GJ Patsy Steegall 2. Sylvia Tatum 11' f 9 JL Betty Wall Q ,,, r . f77f ffm a2--' ' ,fyl 1 Dianna Wyles Nezie Riggs W, 1 ii QF' 'Q' X A ew Teddy Shawver 'S ,ff .. . we 99' A I Billy Jean Stockton , 1:5195 5- ' ii , H- 31Q1:,3f'i:.' K , Earl Tittle A' f I , X Lamar Whitaker ' "QM T P . 'A faq a vt..' gyk' .2 is f 95 .. 5" , rs " Sylvia Rich Standley Richey 4 H , 4- Roy Sanders Phyllis Schmitz I '7"'4gm 1. 4, I X 4' L! ,R A D .. ,. 5 ' ,K M -v. . f-' -It at .22 ' i.,,,,f" V fx ?' 7 , at " A 4 ' 'J , 4 ,J X? - Edwene Stevens Betty Sue Stewart 'Q Q .Q 1 'Z' ts? in- ' Uv -rv-V , WN'x ee' A - X 555 f - Jesse Tharp Nancy Thomas 1' ,,., 'Q Q., ,:: -.-Ita' - " -'V- Delores Watson Mary RU'-h Weddingtou Poqe 40 WL., 'W W my Marie Robertson an Q., Sandra Shoemake . 'N it ,. - no 7 Herbert Stratton Clara Fay Todd M 'Q , 6. iv: Patricia Whitted iyf ,yy FRESHMEN fi Donald Barner pf- ,-Q David Bokker F fd' Toby Barnett Benny Bratcher ,av A Ella Jo Clark Q95 147 Carl Butts Joyce Ann Curtis 1 Q, Linda Dooley Hosea Clark Patsy Copeland -vt Ruby Nell Davls Bill Doty YAG Glenda Adams Bobby Bartlett 4 H' 1 Auce Yvonne Brmey 'U' Maxle Joe Cook Marsha Clark Q Young Ping Chm Betty Dearing Jolene Dyer 4 .Q J I Clara Lee Adkins 'O Murray Bean Joann Brltt Betty Campbell F90 'df ... Bryan Collms lf' 2 Mickey Cox ll -4,-wg Calvin Deere f Richard E llls fl xx Dorthy Ambrose Wig! s, Jane Mane Bell all ,av Clyde Brown .-49' 1:98 David Courtney YI' Raymond Colvin Thomas Cox 'QV -:er Gene Autrey Bllly Bodkms f " ff --3 Faye Brown Bonme Sue ark 1 and Jo Ann Busby .wav ll' Roy Cunnmgham Frances DeVazier Rosle Lee Emmers Richard DeVazier on Linda Eppes K, n my V , in W f Q 4 . . I -Ani AV V' f, A t V., ' f , r , ' 'Z' " . ..,- 5 ' DSKJY- ' '71 ' ' ai: '- Q v B ,f if l ,A fy i . V V, n .' .1 , A y BF ,fn ,r 1 'XX 'M I- vw A A H A ,, J W r, I "il I A A' L f .H V V , A. fl h pf V i, A j i.. I -T , xr' rl An -rx A .A 1 :aw l 'A W- , r A- .. 2 ,fvl .ar :A r VZ M3 , X., .. I -:L -A , AA -A by N . va-f ff' Q Vi ' J ., VL Q LA mf N I AA A Y A X , ,ll 4 v -6 .A 1 E A f VV ? 'T' k ' W A - Q - A "' , can of lf' Y V- .' . , ' A 4 wh I at we elaa 4 f - - l A A I ff' :'-- ' A A f. ' f ' , If. A1 X as lx W ' A R- E- Brown J. B. Cook ' Cl 4 ' - .' ' 0 L-as: :,-: ' "'- y fm' X A A - .. f,.. , , A , "' -. rw . g f 'fl 5 y l ,.. n,,, 1 A 1- lf. 515' .13 A .A A I X ,A , ' W' - 'Av ' J -..Q l J A l , 3 f ' I ff-7 4 I -3. rf M ,V v I F4 4 f Atff2'w V I I . - 2 'Q 2 A -A f B ' 12 A A , .. . y A A .. W 4 '11 ef: l 1 M' Q Q 4' Af .A ' AA f B Q. 4 I " -6 . 'X f AA 4' A X l, r -5 .1 - fe 'A 1 l ' A, 'Z 'T Vxrdle Lee Faughn Bobby Jean Frost L Davxd Gunn -'O 'T Alvxn Fxsher 'I' Randy Fussell Joan Hall xmmy Steve Harr1s Robert L Harrxs fs Martha Hlckey 4' Mary Jane Johnson '7 Wynette Jones 1-1 i Clark Latham Raymond H1gg1nboLha.m Peggy Johnson Helen Kxlgore 1? A Marvin Laws Qin Donna Fogg vs. Q Maman George Iva Belle Hardy va Martha Harrlson 5 S5 T! E Hughes Robert Johnson 'Nw Dolly Kimble A A Betty Sue Lawson Charles Ford if Myrlan Gilbert FRESHMEN in Al Betty Goe Frances Grlsharn ang on KA Mayune Hardy ,D- Kay Henderson 'Win PatI'lC1a Hughes Barbara Jolly 1 Marle Lambert Rlchard Lemons Carlene Harris Gene Harms Carole Hettnnger UAS: Ann Heustess Nona I-Iuskxsson Johnny Jacobs -1 Harry Jones Wallace Jones 'Ui vw- Betty Mae Lancaster Verna Mae Landcaster 1' Virginia Lincoln 'ludrey Ledbetter FRESHME " Doris Martin Marvm Meals I -vt -.wf B1ll Page Ronnie Peevey 'fel Kenneth Ponders 'Q -cr Ruth Roberson 41' .41 Gene Martxn Vlrgmia Mltchusson Q ball Parker evo Vance Pettus Betty Presley Jimmv Rowe 1 'T Laverne Slms Hazel Shackelford ' m Fern Leshe -.sg as Aubev Mm if .nf lk U Jimmy Long Mildred Max Paulxne Montgomery Patsy Moore "N Jerry Parkman 'UL "7 Bonnie Plpkms 'Ke Maxine Rawlinson -1 A Dolores Ryan 'i Carol Shlvely Herbert Parrxsh Earl Poe J Joyce Renfro 1 Joyce Ryan 4, Cl Ethel Smith M J-Q Qu. Johnny Long li 41 Pearl Long 'QV B1lly McGruder -0-tl elif -M' John Norsworthy -1' Homer Parsons 'Y fan L Betty McGu1rt .fr in rt Jerry Owens "',3!'1 Tommy Pear SOD Lynn Poe Ernestme Ponders 0 , Carol Rice 'Awg V Sanders Mary Lou Robbms C? James Slmmons ,- Nettie Belle Smith Conrad Snyder 1-.,, x , - R J . J qw- f - B J R ,, R by J T 'YET f ' ' 2 . f 'V , A' F , ' ' f . ' .2 M, y ,, x 5 4 , A 4. l 'z S or 'K A 5 ,iw ' 'R 'gy . , if - - 1' f . I x I ' fe Y B i ig, J J , J J a 1-' ' aww , , B . L, " ' K ..,,'f ' j M y Y I 'x fl "Z, ' M , , 1, , I- ' 'J , A ,F l if I K 5? ,T 'I , nf , if . :hu .Iv kax Q I V4 ' gy ' .-1-..-... ....,.-...- ""' f . , A V 11 V ' Y rf Ps 'N 3' 5 f 6. Q I I . , , . ' , , R Q Q R , A J ,ge J J- ,sl J ,. Q. ft I , Vi, , .. ,-v. ,az V I -, , E Fl W MW Q J, V4 1 W W 5 4 K 1 gy ee: lf.. 4: o- , ,Q 9 .V A A 5 y 3 K 5 -- H' fi V' , , f M' A "K ,. - ., f -'ii' g ' . J 1 sf A. ,- ,f 4. B' 1 2 -J J. . x 1 4 .,, 5 New ' 1 ' x V. ,J ,,, W , V in - , , 1 4 ... 5 I, A' Q " x S ,- -4-'gf' M . ,R 17 1 QQ, , , L, 5 '7 . Y I ,1 a .f .imc l ' A J l f 1 J.. ,J Q. V -' E , K f 5 X , , - 1 I I -v I v if Y .,,z 4 X .ZAVVV slr , tx Z , V A, Q, M- -1 4: A. , ,, ' 1 51 , 1- ' " . if f ' - .,. ,, V I 1: S 0 X ,Q fx , is ' if - , - A W' Iv X . H L x,- ff SENIOR HIGH BEAUTY Betty Jo Merrell SOPHOMORE BEAUTY Clara Lou Annis SENIOR BEAUTY Gloria Cox mix N. E ww: fd M,,,um!"f 1 si JUNIOR HIGH BEAUTY AnnRb '- s TVA 4 Y, X, EN, ' 74 Q5 v if fi 9 KW J o ins ?""Y4s ,-A-""wW4Qk NINTH GRADE BEAUTY Carole Thompson MOST SENIOR H161-4 J ID Wilmont HANDSOME JUNIOR HIGH Johnnie Bowl indsey D A R GOOD CITIZENSHIP GIRL Vlola Eppes was chosen by the senlor class and faculty to represent Forrest C1ty as 1952 Good C1t1zensh1p G1rl sponsored by the Daughters of the Amerlcan Revo lutxon Vlola IS shown wlth the D A R pln and flower she recexved prevlous to the S A S C DELEGATES, EL PASO Barbara buford and Bobby Fussell attended the Southern Assoc lation of Student Councxls This organxzanon IS made up of outstand mg student COUDC11 members from th1rteen states Barbara and Bobby gave xnterestmg reports to the student body on 'Why a student COU.DC11 is important' and "The importance of the S A S C ' Page 62 television appearance and luncheon at Hotel Peabody. . . . , ' I I GIRLS AND BOYS STATE The prlmary objectxve of Gxrls' and Boys' State IS to acquamt the glrls and boys wlth the dutles of our state government and teach them the manner 1n whlch the clty county and state governments are conducted The delegates are selected for thexr leadershxp abllity honesty scholastlc standmg and thexr abxhty to adjust themselves to thelr xmmedxate surroundmgs 1 I , N . . . .Y y 4 ' . 9 D .V . .. Q SENIGR HIGH Q99 10 5006 1 Q0 X2 O54 is ww aw Yfgiofa -ax 9950 HIGH Q0 Q64 'Y .3169 YA ,gov 69 FRIENDLLEST wma 2093 5 aff! Judy Gross 9 Bobby Fussell MR.A WHO WI-IO'S CITY Jackie Sue Clark Luther Lieblong Be HL lp QRS M R00 OC S ki: 3111 nam? 11100 ' 1 ei' V A NEATEST Judy Gross Billy Bob Vance X f Be Gu, STNALL 'A M el' H ROUN al' V122 a Ven D wa P599 X - ' JUNIOR WI-lO'S 0069 P32 MR. AND JUNIOR HIGH Linda Ennes ft' . me ue Yxgvjfee govffafxfo BEST ATHLETES 96 Young Ping Chin David Gunn HIGH WHO 'rf v 'fi W'-. FRI 1? QJP1' NDLIEST ' 12 - S 151115 CITY I. B. Stewart ,ali 1-f Ny, MOS T L lk 152 EL y Rjcy H6011 To S bard 61190 UCC I1 EEO MOST TALENTED De Va Lucinda Watkins Page 67 Zfez- Harry Vines BARBARA BUFORD SENIOR H IGH WALTER BRYAN ANNE WALKER HARRY FONDREN HAZEL DEARING GEORGE CLARK CAMPUS PERSONALITIES ., i 1. L -.E . f H I -lil LINDA HAWLEY DON FRANKS JACKIE CLARKE - 1 .Q-, -W , ' ui :- g,.1 V - za VIOLA EPPES . 0 1 V' xsa- EDMOND GOLDSTEIN ' . A ' ,ll I w L.. Y IJ- i . 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X . . xl . Hin. X Y , , . X V 5 ffg. f . , I, H ,' in v ff , W 0 if" N ' 1 Y 'S v fA','.m - Q- wil ffm 4,- ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS QUEEN FRANCES BOATNER AND KING MAURICE SHACKLEFORD A st.,.a, bail ref! 3 ly.. THE ROYAL COURT Ann Rob1ns and Sonny Holmes 8th grade Ehzabeth Gore and Harry Hamlm 10th grade Joan Huff and Bobby Dav1s 12th grade Fra.nc1s Boatner and Maumee Shackleford 11th grade Bobby Frost and Sonny Cook 9th grade Judy Whxte and Tommy Moore 7th grade MAIN SHOW CATNAPPED LIBRARY TWELTH GRADE 'CHEYENNE RODEO ELEVENTH GRADE "THE SHOOTING OF DANGEROUS DAN MCGREW' TENTH GRADE "SHOTGUN WEDDING P Q 74 ' M My 4? M? 'F 'Z 'Y , gs se ef fx iq? iight W ,,,.a4"" JUNIOR BANQUET Lovely Hula Hands ? ? " Honolulu Eyes" SENIOR ....:,,,.....,, 1953 ,..,,,-,-as A-M .,-v w-le .gr A N' Qc we Hula Tr1o We .+f"' Ja My -mu. ,Jr ffkif ezxfxxxx AXNWX Kiki? NX fi Q we an .W 'Q wwwxs mmm if af 36' lmwfapf' we W tv Anyone seen Arthur ? 1 1 -... . .Q . , A W , ,WG- .f , . I 4 -M ,. me L X A A M43 f ' ,f ,f,,.w,.QwM4,,e,,-1:7 V '- V ' hh I W K 4:x3 .fz,:3Qg'lf1'1 f 4 V, . , v K - 'iw F. ,,,. H fm. ",, Q, J,,, ,ka 1 me ,i ..,.:f. ,.., n , . 4 V N, lv, Q, , ' 4' - . VR 15 1 'A A X - I x ' ' .ji , j , f, 1 S 3 ,h E , V ,,.. V Q-we k , 3,5 A ,Q we ggi? N 4 ' M...-ww-+eif9w5,,e..f,g A, My if M5 I1-Mg 5 V Y ' - ' ' A . A , ' -, . . 'X wp' gifs! - ,, in yr, , ,- - -.. fffzf '15 'fe - aj vu.. ' 9 5 .. F i4',3L.4,.- AIQX: ix. 'fl . ,, ?,i 4 X, , ,M F 1, . i , I' X A 4 ' ' ,V W ,. ff' ' ,V f 9 ?' , i4 11 If W sw . . ' 0 X A V 5, yi ' ' , MN A My L ' 9 5' HL F' 4 WW N M! I 'i 1 pq., 1 i .41 -1' .X THE 1953 SENIOR PLAY Scene from "The Inner W1111e .ff D1rechors and Cast T7 5 J XS.. ff' ff rw .. fi . , . L J W t ij. n -' 3 , U q Sf I! we ' - .IW zefi ' A - ar- - X I " S 155 . . ' V , :" , k j , 4, ,, nf.. . A ' ' n 5 E S-B ' X ' :A , s . - G 5 Us K 4 'Y i , 1 I ' , 5 H j I x I ' - N. , ' . I V . 1 ' 1' ' IW F. C. H. S. BAND The Forrest City High School Band, which is ably directed by Mr. Donald Key, is one of the best high school bands in the Mid-South. In the fall the band was invited bo play at the Ole Miss vs. North Texas State College football game at Ole Miss. The band has seventv-six members. Officers President Walter Bryan Captain Hubert Christopher AW -Q' f':"trij3'M3M2L, XA!! Nitin! if wzfblg .39 fair 'ff get filmtv? Q 'if 5+ . sl , .mn ,J"":w" . 'U' sg Kyfwgmt . I' .q . 1' H I-fir ,fo xhfh .5 mils Ole Miss : - , ' - ' Af 1 Y ,.. r x ,,', W, . A, g . ,M .. it . V . 4, HM., in , AN, fy A vw ,y a M, t V 'L I ,,, A 1, ,Ah -V .- , .. .W V ,. V . 4f,v,k M., ff 'V lk ni V, V' -V M li 5... 4 ,f m , wir 3, X 4 ,.,, a ,N . L, gf W, ff ge, fg Q.. ' ' ' M' ,Q - we -, P' Q. , 4- f if f . , ,H -. . 1: ,. if' - f ' 3--' f .W . , 5 5? " pw .,.. .,,, . .... ..- ...,.,. ,VM ,.. V.-- -.. .T ,,, . M ,., V. ' 7 ,I , f - , ,.' 'ff wg , fm A ' -.1 - . ""' A ww. f - ' ' - 4' " ' .f -' ',v3,.- , ',' 5 I f . f 1 - as f f "' - . . . ,f 'af f' r. ' - ..,f,.7"' 1 '.f -' - . 'F ', ' " ' ' ...' '- up - c 4 . , -- - , , . ..:' A f""'!f' ' S' 'F- ' 'Qui 'r .- , .-ew.. - . ""M'z i . 7 A W . . W V. ' " " ,, , . 5 " fa 2- Q' at . 3, I- pt on va .I . ,i ,-- Y . . R. -4 A I I 'mb 's 4 " " . -' -L ' - ' v - . DRUM MAJOR J MAJORETTES I-'rancxs DeRoss1tt Sue Wood Glorla Cox Mary Jo Stratton Patsy Moore K X- N 1 Jackie Sue Clarke R N ' , I: ' X . x X ' BAND ENSEMBLES A iw na!Il m N . ..-, , aff, ' .3 Q Q p f' r" T 7' f Q, Y .' ' rl I x Q. . n , . r,,'W .ff QW' :ffm Zi 3 ffl? I I l A TOUR TO MEXICO uf-'ak 'Ag Mexico or Bust' ' A decade and one year ago the idea of a trip to Mexico was conceived by our own Miss Ber tha Davidson and immediately she became dedicated to the proposition of the organ1za tion of the tour However detention was in flicted by the declaration of the 2nd World War and another time by other obstacles The 3rd time proved to be the charm On May 20 1953 twenty two students and four chaperones began the journey in one of the school buses Preparations had been underway some nine months including charting of the tour mak ing hotel reservations and figuring expenses Two of the school coaches Coach Slaughter and Mr Prewitt took turns driving the en tire trip The acting mother-chaperone was Mrs M S Smith and the teacher-chaper one was Miss Davidson Prior to the trip write ups were submitted to the papers These caught the eyes of a boy from Mississippi and a girl from Kansas who upon investigation were allowed to make the trip with the F C H S students Among the sights seen in the U S were the tornado area at Waco Texas Sunken Gar dens and Alamo San Antonio Texas Browns ville Harbor Texas where the group watched a banana boat unloading and were given a stalk of bananas King's Ranch Texas The Evange line District Louisiana New Orleans Louis lana which included a tour of the city and a harbor tour on the "President" Battle Ground at Vicksburg Mississippi U0 Q iii! Waco dlsaster F... '1 Texas State Capxtol Austm University of Texas Austin . .- as. X' 'aff A -- 1 It '4- '18' V , . fa, ,..,..a.0.-W -W - , ' FE' rag. , 1 1 1 . Wea... , , , .,,...,..... ..,. ,W 4 F... .... f A 2,..,f A ' , a a "3 3 5 U ' A a fi J s Q f 1 .6 t Y r .. Q A E ' ' .M f f I , . , E . . 1 'Af ' 0 , 1 ' , . . . , 5 ' I "' u 9 F O C . . . k . . . . ' 1 9 1 . 1 v s 1 s s . . - 7 l U l g n ' s . I , 0 I . - 'vi H 'C EQ fel After crossing the border the change of climate was evident. On the desert goat herding was the occupation. Both animals and natives could be seen eating cactus. On account of the moun- tains, the mileage per day was cut to ninety miles. The native Indians of Mexico still live in the grass belts at the edge of the jungles. In the hot jungle the people lived in bamboo huts. Some Mexicans at Tomazunchale bled a rubber tree to give the group an idea of what raw rubber was like. Oh, what sticky fingers! sig' 'E Entering Ole fffqaw wi' Sunken Gardens San Antonio 1 , W ,,42 Laredo, Texas Orchids on the Canal .anssilmfs A it a 1 f ' A '- Vt I Also seen at Mexico City were the bull fights, which weren't too popular with some of the students. A nice day was spent at Xsozimil- po, a park, where lunch was eaten on one of the flower decorated canal boats. All the girls were given orchids. From Mexico City the tour continued to Cuernavaca, a famed market place. The en- tire trip covered the distance of around 4, 600 miles. Brownsville Harbor nh. f ', ,. X , 1, K l'i gl' vt 7 ' 18'J 4.3155 'GZ P' 1 We if J 11.5 QgAmww,Qwwfm Q13Qf5wQ?M5wgWgg ,,'A 'fw4f iV?qZF'w-Wv?2 A, gif '1 " " ' - " G' Q Q' Q3 ' ' 55" fwg, V Q2 an wg., U 1B F fun' A Y 5 f Q .lRLS' XL -.iw F? L XV.. , M? gb. v. 3 ,Q ,, ,s, Q 0 4 Q 11,3 vj :P 'V' JU, U U. 'W' Q O l Q 1 0 gQ U H A v, 7 Y . iQ 1 4-if Q U y, 'P xi ik, Q if X. 1' 'Q' ,, mf 4' QL 'W 8 X Q 'Q 3 li' Q12 54 st sr a 4, A " , ,rv W' .ff , 45, 1 54 35' r' 1 i W EL CLUB de ESPANGL Officers: President-Paul Williamsg Vice-President-David Teagueg Secretary-Treasurer-Viola Eppesg Reporter-Walter Bryan. The Spamsh Club whxch IS under the able dxrectxon of 'Senor' Carlos Andrews IS composed of students ID the llth and 12th grades that are takmg the course The students study the Spanlsh way of hfe customs occupatxons muslc and entertamments They have through the1r club dues bought Spamsh games plays and records on how to speak Spamsh LATIN CLUB Offlcers Presldent Cecelxa Clark Vxce Presxdent A11ce Ann Cason Secretary Sue Wood Reporter Joyce Curtlss Treasurer Sherry Wr1ght Sponsor Mrs Bratbon The Latln Club IS an organlzatxon composed of students who are takmg or have taken Latm Then- monthly programs are based on Roman and Greek mythology and xnterestlng facts about Greek HISUOFY . . . . . , , . 1 2 9 Q 5 9 - a s 1 ' I ' 2 ' ' G ' Z - Q - G - ' SPORTSMAN S CLUB Offlcers Presldent Eugene Nlchols Vice Pres1dent Charles I-Iammons Secretary Treasurer Bxlly Steed Reporter Eldon Hawley learn to enjoy the resources of our state and to preserve these for future generatxons The club plans as projects some fleld and camplng trlps Thls IS the flrst year Forrest Clty has had a Sportsman's Club LETTERMAN S CLUB Captam Eugene Nxchols Coaches Mr Bruce Slaughter andMr Ed Henderson The Letterman's Club xs made up of those of our athletes who have lettered 111 any one of our school sports, which are football and basketball I This club is composed of boys who are interested in the outdoors. The object of the club is to I ART CLUB OFFICERS Presldent Glorxa Cox Vice Pres1dent Jack1e Clark Secretary Treasurer Shxrley P1pk1ns Reporter Linda Hawley The purpose of thls club xs to encourage art1st1c ab1l1ty and arouse lnterest ID lt The members do papler mache work portralt paxntmg free hand drawlng and general art work EMISSARY STAFF The Emissary ns our school paper It IS publlshed about once a month It 18 edxted by a staff of hxgh school senlors and Juniors w1th Joe Bannon as Edxtor and Grace Chm as Oo Edltor Qtqa. Z ff, Q in -' .VA h 0 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Pres1dent Barbara Buford V1ce Presxdent Joe Bannon Secretary Patr1c1a Wh1tted Treasurer Frances DeRoss1tt Th1s club IS made up of students mterested ID the teachmg professlon They have an opportumty to put then' knowledge to use on Student Day FUTURE TRADESMEN OF AMERICA N The Dlstrxbutxve Educatlon Program was orgamzed to prepare students for earmng a llvmg after gI'ddLl8.tl0D Members attend classes ln the mornxng and work in the afternoon FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS: President-Alice Ann Casong Vice-Presidents-Nettie Brown, Cecelia Clark, Mabel Fongg Secretary-Willene Burtong Treasurer-Betty Stewartg Reporter-Glenda Hodgesg Historlan OFNQ of xxx ' . 7 sf E 5 F1 ' , A a r 1' H ' A 4 Q, oe? I - 0+ Sy1v1a Tatum F H A MOTTO Toward New Honzcns F H A ns a natxonal organ: zatxon of pupxls who study homemakmg m Jumor and senxor hxgh school They work together for better and happxer home hfe for every one They belxeve that help mg to make happy homes now and ln the future xs the most xmportant thing that can be done to further demo cracy MAKIQ nl 5,0-QiU" Zh 47 0 Nlw HO? F H A BEAU Maurice Shackelford w f wg' A . Q a rg W . , ., 5 , I 4 4 L4 It 1 3 ffm I x i e lie 3 'di ,gif A N4 w""5""'Ffvs MERICA F' fa .I X 5. FUTURE FARMERS OPAMERICA The F F A is an organization composed of students interested LD furthermg agrlculture They are taught the lmportance of agrlculture leadershxp servxce and co-operat1on all of whxch are necessary for the agrxcultural program to move forward OFFICERS Presxdent Ray Halbert Vice Presxdent Luther Lxeblong Secretary Paul Busby Treasurer S1dney May Reporter Robert Day Sentmel E J Frames I N ,ff '- ' m. . . , .y . , . , X 1 In f"! '- ,' ' ' . l 'I 4 l l Z. . - 9 - . - . 2 - - 3 ' 3 ' - . . Ay F. F. A. SWEETHEART Barbara Myers PHQTOGRAPHY CLUB . xxx. OFFICERS Presldent Vxola Eppes Vlce Presldent Tommy Schmltz Secretary Lmda Eppes Treasurer Bllly Bob Vance Reporter Edwene Stevens The purpose of thls club 1S to arouse mterest 1n the held of photography whxch mcludes takmg art1st1c pxctures developmg and prmtmg them Wynn' fx? ful! wr" We fl' W f J-iw These are examples of work done by the Photography Club DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS Pres1dent Ronald Hodges Vxce Presldent Bobbye Nell Tate Secretary Carolyn Black Treasurer Patsy Russell Reporter Sandra McLaren The dramatxcs club IS made of students who w1sh to lmprove then' speech hablts and stage appearance The fxrst semester they sponsored a trxp to Memphls to see the stage productxon South Pacxflc HOLLYWOOD BEWARE' ' ' 1 'gm 'iii U fi - 1 I . . 'A 0 . Q ' K r : - 9 - - 9 - 1 - 1 - ' - YI ' ' IV -.X-A N, . . . . V, A J Inf ? sts: . ' f Z , 'I . 4 H CLUB Offlcers Presldent J B Cook V1ce Presxdeut Marvm Laws Secretary Vrola Eppes Reporter Carolyn Black Song Leaders Bedxth Ruff J E Hughes The 4 I-I Club 1S composed of rural students who rea.11ze the lmportance of agrlculture 1n the progress of our natlon Each member undertakes a certam project and by so dolng trams hunself for servxce m rural commumtles of the future County Winners of the Quail Restoration Contest Page 98 NATIONAL 4-H CLUB CONGRESS, CHICAGO The 4 H Club Congress is one of the most outstanding events of the 4 H Or ganization Its purpose is to honor the 2 000 national and state winners from the United States and many foreign countries for their outstanding achlevements in 4 H work This is the first year Forrest City has been represented at the Congress Patsy Russell accompamst for the tr1o was a member of the reg ular delegat1on while Carolyn Black Hazel Dearing and V1ola Eppes repre sented Arkansas in the talent divxsion which was sponsored by the United State 4 H Camp talent wmner and State Fair talent winner As state wlnner a record1ng and a picture was sent to Chicago where the Rubber Company judged some 275 recordlngs Out of these eighteen were chosen to enter tam at the "Share The Fun" breakfast spon sored by the United States Rubber Company The breakfast was the highlight of the week at wh1ch each group presented its number for the enjoyment of the audience pq I I States Rubber Company. Events leading to this all expenses paid trip were 1 . . , . C C C I cz e 99 JUNIOR AND SENIOR HONOR SOCIETIES SENDB OFFICERS President Walter Bryan Vice President Ed mond Goldstein Secretary Viola Eppes Reporter Patsy Russell Treasurer Rav Burkart Membership in the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors which can be bestowed Character and Service The induction ceremony is one of the highlights of the year JUNIOR OFFICERS President A1 Thomas Vice President Gail Parker Secretary Treasurer Young Ping Chin Historlan Peggy Johnson Reporter Marsha Clarke : - 5 - - - upon any student. Those selected are chosen for their abilities in Scholarship, Leadership, In 0 " ,gg ' ' -H ,gf Ay. P3 -, ,- 2,21 4 Q my ,w f K 1 vii Q RSP: 15' 1 U 6 L' L , ag, ph .4-.NQM-4 ,I sf ij E 1 - ,skvzgng L ' af? fa 4 'Y 4:5 6 'I 4 igff' fi .uv .f 2 rw. ' .-eL -3,9-1 iff. y' 4 , + V. of r K - X gf? THE JUNIOR COUNCIL' ' The Junior Council whlch IB a branch of the Semor Councll has sponsored many servlce pro jects Among the more lmportant ones are Having CODCBBSIOD stands at basketball games Completed payment on lnter communlcatlon system Taking care of the lnflrmary Clean campus regularly P0110 drlve Installmg a volley ball court and nets Purchasmg a dlctxonary for Junlor Hlgh study hall Improvlng Junior Hlgh School spnrit Furmshxng specxal arm band passes Presxdent Murray Bean Vice Presldent Betty Goe Secretary Jo Ann Hall Treasurer Prxscxlla Fondren Reporter John Bowen Page 102 v a 3 Q ' Q Q Q Q Q . ' ' ' . ' ' ' H n Q 1 - 5 - .. Q - I - Q ' . so- , F ' 1 f? ,....-I' JV' . 'T f iggf -vu' SS MUXTHNGS T0 G0 FQUVQNQ ell RTQER ae '1S?5E,B1'E0,7S'1U '7 NU ie- ' " 1 .. I djagoimfk f- G5g,77,ia9gj-RQ VISITURX fffg gg! 52 51 S4 .sa ?E3Q,3U, 51 X 1 Cav 12 hi... e f-X lrfaif W sk ,..f w tHEEKLEHDFB5 ,Y Sanlra lar-bfi v . 1 f 9. frkq .SENIOR If is JUNIOR FOGTBALL N T"Z321B52'1d5?13l?'2i?Ii,. as 1 ,Q vzfwlmf is 9130 Q12 The 1953 football squad was composed of many newcomers and also nine of last year's eleven had graduated to Senior High Therefore nine posltlons had to be filled for th1s season Different boys were trled and a startmg lineup composed of nine nmth graders and two eighth graders was used most of the season About flfty boys were out for football during the entxre season and everyone got 1nto at least two games The team began to shape up at mldseason and played outstandmg football the remamder of t11e season Coach Devazler H., Q.. - uf: 0 Q 792 ggmsx , ' 1 JJE, 35 nf ? 2- -1 ,a n-111' 4 WEST BRG 1 xT"',',,'? ffl' I 6' H 1 kiwi "" "" ' fi "' , '75 x' 'r ' AT L' 1 4 7 I Q .. ! . 4 -7 4 I VV M lvttrq-1 M A. .v , 5 X +1 ,611 N., 'Val-N4 CAJTI x , - ,. . 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U xy, 3 Richardson Cecelia Clark Nona Dulin Q5 X COLTS JU IOR Coach Devazxer Townes Sanders Butts Holmes Vmes Barnett Jacobs Dunn Gunn Martin Mgr Seated Thomas Long Hughes Cunnmgham Autry Stewart Garrlson Fussell bafvpf ONS X :sw The '53 '54 basketball season started wlthout one starter from last year's team Inexperxenced boys caught on to the fundamentals qulckly and achleved a very good record for the season as they managed bo wm the d1str1ct champ1onsh1p for the thlrd year ID a row and also advance to quarterfmal play ID the state tournament The startlng fxve was composed of four nmth graders and one elghth grader Coach Devazler Page 116 p 1: y 5'0lVlU" BASKETB LL FILLIETTES Back Row Mxss Doughten Lambert Eppes Dearlng Busby Sh1vely Bean Kxmble Trusty Goe Lawson Ryan Parker Johnson Front Row Clark Leslle Gllbert Grlsham Chm Hall Pxpkms Harrell Brmey Clark Clark pigflfr 6 JUN: 0725 UIMBI' ll Twenty two glrls went out for Junlor Basketball ID the 'a3 'o4 season Everyone recexved a suxt and everyone made all the trxps except three At the flrst of the year w1nn1ng poss1b1l1t1es looked shm because of thelr slze and mexperlence How ever they developed speed and accuracy to com pensate for slze They also learned the game so well that they won second place 1n the dlstrlct tour nament belng beaten by a much larger beam All ln all the Fxlhettes enjoyed a most successful and pleasurable season Mlss Doughten Page 117 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A I 1 D ' , . . - O 1 , 3 , - , . 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N0 Su-gpg Just Don SUMMER TIME Grounds ma I More Feets Rlght bo Me The Whole Gang What's the Trouble '7 NATIONAL BANK EASTERN ARKANSAS FORREST CITY ARKANSAS Strong Dependable S1nce 1886 Member Federal Reserve System We Apprecxate Your Buslness Pg of Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation G e 123 PLANTERS BANK 81 TRUST COMPANY COMPLETE BANKING SERVICES Nlght Depository New Safe Deposlt Boxes Personallzed Pocket Checks We also have offxces m Cotton Plant and DeVal1s Bluff Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation P09 129 Drive-In Teller's Window ODELL S STUDIO PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY "We are proud of the fact that we portrayed pho bograph1ca11y the act1v1t1es and students of Forrest C1ty Hlgh School It 1S 1ndeed a pleasure to have had a part 1n the success of the 1954 CORRAL " 'FW Pq I ,ff N cz e 130 - fill ai 'ruscocn can BOWLING comfnny Comp11ments ST FRANCIS BAR ASSOCIATION Sulcer Genera I Mdse Reed s Pure OII Stetson Sulcer Pankey Gin Gas O11 Lubrlcatlng Palestme Arkansas T1res Your Patronage Apprecxated Phone 346 P 131 of I - o u 9 . H ' H VACCARO GROBMYER LUMBER CO Dealers In Lumber and Bu11d1ng Mater1a1s Westmghouse App11a.nces Plumbmg Heatxng Au' Condxtiomng Congratulatlons to you all GROWERS EQUIPMENT COMPANY FARMALL TRACTORS AND IMPLEMENTS NTERNATIONAL TRUCKS Parts and Servlce Page 132 The Service Co. Forrest City Cotton Oil Mill TEXACO PRODUCTS COUSOD Seed and Open Day or Night Cotton Seed Products Phone 500 Soybeans Compliments ST FRANCIS COUNTY Bar Assoc1at1on p 9 Y' Nd Forrest City's Largest and Most Modern Super Market BAND SAWN ST. FRANCIS COUNTY HARDWOOD GRIFFITH LUMBER COMPANY MADISON ARK PHONE 1335 FUSSELL GRAHAM ALDERSON SINCE 1876 Quahty shoes for the Famlly Fash1on Craft for Women B1111kens for Chxldren Bob Smart for Men Forrest Shoe Store James D111on N Rossor St K X J K 950 on your D131 Modern Co Op Gln Cornpony ROUND POND ARK Comphments Gu Ibert ond Jones Co mp11ments Hoven Hordwore on Sporting Goods Toylor Knight Kung Compony F1re Casualty Accldent Insurance Securxty Bonds Estab11shed 111 1876 Forrest Cnty Flnonce Compony Comphment A Fruend of ' Furniture Compony of d f . ' of Page 135 Bu11t on Values Grow1ng on Values The Skspper satlsfactxon must be yours when you Famous Bar B-Q Shop with us Prompt! ' Curb Servlce Dooleys Dept Store Mr 81 Mrs A1Benten Hyway 70 East St Franols County Comphments WATKIN S FINE FOOD West Memphls and Forrest Clty Comphments MITCHELL'S ESSO STATION . ' I Forrest City, Ark. Shopping Center Of of I . of Compliments of GoIds'rein's Gates Bros. Ladies and Misses Lumber Shop BELL S CAFE Home of Good Food and Courteous SBPVICG Phone 598 Comphments Two modern complete self servlce stores Pq 137 Co. of Loser's Ben Franklin - Lc1ser's 5 81 IO Compliments Burke's Food Mort Groceries-Meats-Frozen Foods Phone 460 Forrest City, Ark. Compliments of BisI'1op's Esso Stotion Phone 103 Comphments Tucker Few Pontnoc Co Forrest C1ty Ark F M Cousey Prmtmg Co Prmters Pubhshers Statloners 110 East H111 Street Forrest C1ty Arkansas Forrest Cnty Motor Company CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE R C E1dr1dge Pau1E1dr1dge J R Deadrlck Phone Gross Loundry Cleoners Inc M L Gross Pres Phone 121 or 69 Forrest C1ty Ark PQ 138 of . . . 49 ' 50 We are as near as your phone G 9 John T Turner Ice Sz Coal Pres To Logs Forrest Clty Ark Comphments Cohen S Deportment Store Phone 17 N Rosser Complunents Broadw ay Shoe Shop F W Motheny Hommon s Furniture ond Applnonces 118 N Washmgton Furmture General Electrlc Freezers Washmg Mach1nes O P Hamons Phone 290 Comp11ments Ash Furniture Co Furmture of Qua11ty Forrest C1ty Ark Comphments Oursler Ports Co Forrest C1ty Ark Boone S Grocery EAT AT BOONE'S Patronage Appreclated Phone 135 Vondnver s Morket ond Grocery Phone 421 uqe 139 - of l uv - - uv 9 ' ' I of D Ranges, Refrigerators ! , . , . 1 . I P I O Ute FS Compliments Equipment Co. Massey Harris Phone 319 Hyway 70 W. of Ideol Grocery ond Tractors ---- Combines Feeds Farm Implements FESSARD S Moseley Hordwore on Furniture Co Inc Forrest City Ark Our Pohcy IS your Protecnon Potte rson Insuronce Agency 201 Ash Bldg Phone 117 Forrest C1ty Ark West Brothers Department Stores The Home of Good Values Everyth1ng For Men Women En Ch11dren Comp11ments Cnty Drug Store Post Office Barber Shop M P Doty J1mmy Burleson T R Stewmons Compllments Ash Furnlture Co Furmture of Quahty Pq140 I I lv ' ' ' 1 . I . of - ' "THE REXALL STORE" ' of H ' ' yy a e Runyan Hardware 116 Front St. Forrest City Home of ADMIRAL TELEVISION Phone 858 WESTERN AUTO Bessel s Cafe Shryock S Jewelers H111 8: Rosser Phone Elouse s Tots bo Teens Sharp s Men Store Grobmyer s Phone 78 Forrest Clty Ark I Spotts Drug Mldwest Ice Cream Phone 73 Shaphoffs Blue and White Phone 775 Lmdsey Mercantule and Gm Company Merchants Cotton Buyers Dealers in 5 stocks CALDWELL ARK. Pg 141 l 801 Market 81 Grocery Store l . I , Wright Motor ond Implement Co Madlson Arkansas phone 502 gl 607 Hormorm Grocery E H Fong 84 Sons Burrows Grocery 81 Morket 1209N D1v1s1on Wldener Arkansas Your bus1ness w111 be apprec1ated Comphments Wmton s Wotch Repour Mr Flowers A Slck Watch s Fr1end Lomplunents Hoy s Morket Jlm Edgor s Campbell S Drug Store Grocery Katherme Klng s Fme Candy Totums 5 81 10 Quo I Call us when you plan a party Jewelers West Hill Phone 453 Pcxqe 142 A I . , . 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