Fortuna Union High School - Megaphone Yearbook (Fortuna, CA)
- Class of 1962
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"FHHT WONDERFUL YEHR"
THHT WDNDERFUL YEHRQ- NE RBPE YOU'LL SEE
THE PEST REBPPERR UKE R MEMORY
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To Miss Billie Cook, we most gratefully dedicate the 1962 Megaphone, in light of her
intense concentration and relentless work in the production of the annual for the past
twenty years. Neither words nor deeds can ever fully demonstrate our thanks and
deepest appreciation for What she has done for our yearbook.
The Megaphone Staff
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Biology and General Science
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KAY DAVENPORT ANTHONY DAVIS
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Science and Coach P. E. and Coach
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Sociology and Seventh Grade and
Guidance Home Economics
MARY HOV IOUS
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J OHN KEETON
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MRS. LUCY LARABEE
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Driver '5 Training
MRS. HERCHEL MOORE
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MISS JANE PATRICK
JAMES OTIS PAUL
JOHN RAY PEARSON
MRS. HUGH PHILLIPS
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MRS. DOROTHY SMITH
MRS. GWEN SMITH MRS. JO ANN TANT
Eighth Grade, English I Spanish, English
MRS. LAURA TREANOR
HARRY TURNEY TERRY TURNEY
MISS CAROLYN UTLEY
JERRE VAUGHAN C. B. VICKERS
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Seventh Grade, Geography
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MRS. HUGH PHILLIPS Sponsor
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Peace rules the world, while reason rules the mind.
"And God said, Let us make man in our
image, after our likeness: and let them
have dominion over the fish of the sea,
and over the fowl of the air, and over the
cattle, and over all the earth, and over
every creeping thing that creepeth upon
the earth. "
"All the world's a stage
And all the men and women merely players . "
But there may be a time
For we meet our graves
When we will have the opportunity to change ours.
By ours, I mean the parts we play
Upon this celestial stage
For "one man in him time may play many parts, "
But we must not let dismay
Be to our mind engaged.
We are the creatures who inherit dominion
O'er the earth and the fish and the cows.
So when traveling life's road we chance to stumble
We needn't wait for a good Samaritan
For we are powerful and the world is ours.
"There's divinity that shapes our ends,
Rough hew them how we will"
But if we keep God in intimacy
Then we, the hardest battles, can win,
And our mission will be fulfilled.
Junio; Class Favorites
CARROLL JACKSON and DAVID GIBBS
Alex and er Barrett B enson
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S andra Prince
J udy Pugh
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Mary Kay Robinson
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Robnett Rodgers Sanford Sawyers Scales
Nancy S ellers
Ji mmy Southall
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JUNIOR CLASS ROLL
Alexander, Linda Margaret
Armstrong, Martha Louise
Armstrong, Robert Woodard
Barrett, Tommy Faye
Barnes, Ernest Lee
Benson, Linda Kay
Berryman, Elda Glynda
Bonds, Judy Carolyn
Boner, Jasper Houston
Brewer, Frank Dana
Brown, Edith Clydean
Brown, Robert Vernon
Burke, Charles Forrest
Burnett, Evie Mai
Cantrell, Virginia Lois
Carney, Wanda Sue
Carroll, Mary Lee
Chaffin, Neil Brewster
Christmas, Merry Lynn
Cordell, Albert Melton
Depriest, Edwin Thomas
Dillion, Larry Hugh
Dobbins, William Phillip
Drumright, Tim Goodwin
Dunn, Mary Evelyn
Eastland, Terry Ray
Edmondson, Nancy Sharon
Estes, Janice Gayle
Etheridge, Ronnie Eugene
Fly, Hellen Ruth
George, Edward Cloyd
Gerald, Clarence Eugene
Gibbs, David Franklin
Gober, Jerry Ross
Greer, Sharon Vi
Hadley, Lewis Hilary
Hall, Johnny Earl
Hall, Carol Virginia
Hartman, Sandra Jean
Hausman, Sandra Faye
Hedrick, George Karsh
Henderson, Sharon Elaine
Heybaer, Mary Beth
Hibbett, James Gordon
Higgins, Terry Mason
Hoffman, Carl Douglas
Hughes, Linda Sue
Hutcherson, Linda Louise
Hurt, Norma Sue
Ingram, Thomas Lee
Jackson, Nellie Carroll
Johnson, Gary Nolen
Johnson, Larry Owen
Johnson, Robert Christian
Johnson, Roy Lewis
Kennedy, Carolyn Lucille
King, Jesse William
King, Phil Henry
Ladd, James Allen
Ladd, Leslie Sneed
Lamay, Norman Lee
Larkin, Sam Raymond
Ledbetter, Janice Sandra
Lee, Peggy Ann
Lish, Janet Elaine
Mason, Barbara Jean
McClurg, Steve Lawrence
Miller, Janet Ruth
Mofield, Earnest Edward
Murphey, Betty Ann
Murrell, Jackie Wilson
Myers, Sandra Jean
Newcomb, Thomas Wayne
Nugent, Donald Gilbert
Owan, John Wayman
Parrish, Kenneth Lee
Pewitt, Albert Eugene
Polk, Donald Buford
Powers, Joe Lloyd
Prince, Sandra Jayne
Pugh, Judith Irene
Ragsdale, Walter Maxwell
Rauschenberger, Judy Faye
Reynolds, Linda Fay
Rittenberry, Phillis Jo
Robinson, Elizabeth Ann
Robinson, Mary Kay
Robnett, Patricia Ann
Rodgers, James Mark
Sawyers, Shirley Sue
Sellers, Nancy Elaine
Southall, Jimmy Randall
Taylor, Elna Inez
Tripp, Harry Thomas
Unruh, Karen Louise
Wallace, Sara Elizabeth
Wells, Marilyn Ann
White, Charles Ray
White, Richard Harris
Williams, Peggy Jane
Wills, Albert Louis
Wilson Sherril Dean
Wise, John Richard
Witmer, Bobby Gene
Wright, Carl Forrest
Ronnie Sidler and Linda Richardson
President . . . . . . . . . . . Ronnie Sidler
Vice President . . . . . . . . . Gayle Black
Secretary and Treasurer . . . Jackie White
Mary Alice Agee
Norma Be an
J oan Emmons
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Sue Ann Franz
Mary Ann Gregg
Teresa He ad
Allen J ohnson
Larry J ohnson
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Secretary and Treasur r . . . . . . . . . . Barbara Jeter
Jerry Tyler and Sherrie Landis
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FRONT ROW: Jimmy Potts, Gary Ervin,
Billy Craig. BACK ROW: Glynda Springer,
Martha Miles, Gail Collins, Sandra Morris,
President . . . . . . . . . . . Tommy Horton
Secretary and Treasurer . . Cathy Mangrum
Vice President . . . . . . . . . . Glen Gainer
ROW 1--LeroyWoodroof,MichaelRose,BillySmith,Brenda Webb, Donnie Hausman, Judy Calvin, Janice Saun-
ders, Janice Lindsley, Anita Gay, Donna Mangrum, Pat Tutt. ROW 2--Linda Hix, Glynda Springer, Carolyn
Gray,Bill Orman, Gay Fuxline, Brenda Joyce Covington, Shirley Cothran, Julie Mabry, Mae Spruill, Dell Tay-
lor,Jimmy Layton, Elaine Hinson. ROW 3--Stanley Ramsey, Buddy Troxel, Raymond Crocker, Robert Rankin,
Dianne Holton, Nancy Jackson, Rose Tucker, Patsy Buckver, Walerie Fuller, Debbie Shelton, MarciaFerguson,
Patricia Reed, Gene Davenport Teachery
ROW l--Jerry Randalls, Donald Bender, Gladys Hicklen, Darlene Hatchett, Dorris O'Neal, Mr. Lee TeacherL
ROW 2--Herman Plemons, Craig Lundeen,Raymond Milliken, Brenda Stiles, Ira I-Ioeges, Jewel Hendrix, Patri-
cia Bendix. ROW 3--Gordon Fly, Clifford Stawart, Ronald Wayne Hawks, Mike Redmon, Don Devault, Wayne
Hiland, Dudley Taylor.
ROW 1--Dean Poteete, Joe Wales, Donald Chrisman, Jim Hoyle, James McCandless, Milton Warrick, Riley
Steele, Tony McKennon, Larry Durham, Larry Newcomb, Mr. Hunter Teache11. ROW 2--Gail Shirley, Beverly
Crosser,Renee Collins, Pat Murphy, Frances Binkley, Joyce Lemay, Paulette Farmer, Susan McMahan, Virginia
Ashworth, Patty Neely, Annie Estes, Nancy Collins, Glenda West, Elaine Taylor. ROW 3--Billy Lane, George
Ingram, Mickey Jones, Ronnie Cockrell,David Oakes,DavidFaulkerson, Harold Haven, John Primm, Gershwinn
Gilley, Calvin Guthrie.
ROW 1--Mike Harmon, David Cabrielli, Linda Castleman, Mary Adams, Gloria Warner, Beverly Harris, Stella Ivey,
Sue Wilburn, Larry Hosale, Sonja Massey, David Williams, Ronnie Burge. ROW 2--Kay Wilkes, Darlene Hamilton,
Darlene Duke, Donna Kittrell, Sharon Ballard, Brenda Madden, Joy Mangrum, Gail Collins, Nancy Martin, Linda Bai-
ley, Allyson Nuckols, Judy Smith. ROW 3--Linda White, Vickie White, Brenda West, Brenda Pope, Wayman Null,
Butch Beard, Eddie Sorcy, Johnny Atnip, Steve Inman, James George, Bobby Joe Harvey, MI. Keeton Teache1j.
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ROW 1--Shirley Hoyle, Barbara Kelley, Linda Faye Moore, Martha Rodgers, James Gomer, Mike Jennings,
Richard Potts, Chuck Larmore, Linda Shannon, Judy Cox, Shirley Mangrum. ROW 2--Linda Rowden, Sharyn
Boyers, Kathy Mangrum, Judy Castleman, Tony Marshall, Beverly Gleason, Billie Jean Watson, Esther Boniol,
Roger Harper,Nancy Winningham, Margaret Garrett, Janice Mabry. Mrs. G. Smith Reachen, Jimmy Williams,
John Kent,Joe Wilburn,Meoyl Robinson,Roger Etheridge, Julius Tucker, Martha Miles, Wanda Rodgers, Linda
Faye Marshall, Judy Freeze, Donna Mabry.
ROW 1--Char1een Rodgers, Dorothy Moran, Harry Smith, Lester Bennett, Johnny Furlow, Billy Hirst, Michael
Forsythe,Miss Quarles $eachery ROW 2--Judy Jackson, Lillian Vick, Wanda Fleming, Louise Johnson, Sandra
Morris, Carolyn Lepley, Brenda Bohanan, Donald Ingram, Steve Pinkleton, Dwight Brooks, John Hopper. ROW 3
--Brenda Cullen, Therisa Nelson, Gerald Halmontaller, Ray Cruthfield, Dwight Goddard, Douglas OverstIeet,
Jerry Garrett, Larry Victory, Yvonne Seay, Judy Beech.
ROW 1--Patsy Martin, George Greer, Kenneth Clinton, Dennis Neal Etheridge, Wayne Potts, Butch Hight, Wade
Sensing,Morris Roberson,David Thompson. ROW 2--Lorraine Reavis, Opal Martin, Margaret Parrish, Margaret
Carpenter, Sandra Irwin, Patty Temple, Shelia Ervin, Micheal Paris, Edward Gregg, Paul Buckner. ROW 3--
Buddy Penson, Bobby Garvin, Frankie Victory, Albert Swaner, Jacky Trew, Wayne Mangrum, Thomas Osborne,
Steve Carter, Johnny Sellers, MI. Robinson teachery
ROW 1--Sherrie Brown,Jean Emler, Larry Felts,Jimmy Potts, Linda Pendergrass, Sheila Haislip, Theresa Spain,
Sandra Rose. ROW 2--Diana Hannah, Libby King,Clifton Cunningham, Donnie Baskin, Larry Randolph, Jimmy
Nix, Darlene Coe, Yvonne Landon, Linda Neal, Linda Temple, Brenda Roberson, Judy Davis. ROW 3--Mrs.
Moore neacherb Andrea Elrod, Ellen Upchurch, Thelma Hicklen, Jackie Love, Gary Trenary, Bobby Hampton,
Richard Witmer, Charles Primm, David Givens, Janice Null, Debbie Lane.
ROW 1--Cynthia Spicer, Jama Hill, Diana Timmons, Anna Stamper, Dorothy Greer, Jennie Link, Peggy Mc-
Knight, Carolyn Pulley, MI. Paul weachery ROW 2--Jimmy Furlow, Gary Ervin, David Reynolds, Richard
Smith,Barbara Adams, Janie Llewllyn,Betty Ann Hunter, Sue Brown, Linda Talley, David Unruh, Glenn Gainer,
Kenneth Harmon. ROW 3--Mark Ladd, Jerry Brown, Ronnie Holman, Terry Jennings, Phillip Kenell, Tommy
Horton, David Glasgow, Stanley Rupley, Don Johnson, Larry Mangrum, Ross Bates, Jimmy Haley.
HARD AT WORK
7th GRADE CLASS OFFICERS
Left to right--President--Judy Stevens, Vice-President--Bi11yBrooks, Secretary-Treasurer--Wanda Wilson.
FRONT ROWL-R: Brenda
Harding, Betty Wilson.
BACK ROW: Steve'Beeler,
Melvin Hargxove, Lance
Estes, Wayne Bogle.
ROW 1--Jerry Dunn, Harold Wiley, Ronnie Pratt, Ronnie Baker, Wanda Spence, David Duke, Ralph Mack, Billy
Brooks, Jerry Meeks, Larry Poston, Gary Robison, Miss Boyd $eache1j. ROW 2--Polly Boner, Becky Tuggle,
Richard King,Garry Bennett, JoanChaffin, Martha Foster, Patricia Stephenson, Connie Hoober, Mickie Ramsey,
Glenda Gordon, Shirley Dempsey. ROW3--Sylvia Judkins, Mary Jeanne Jamison,Richatd Morris, Ronnie May-
nard,Ronnie Greene, JamesJeter, Danny Webb, Charlotte Morris, Shirley Crosser, Sherry Denson, Gail Hargrove,
ROW 1--Ra1ph Barnes, Joe McNeese, Malcolm Hooper, Skipper Ivey, David Thomas, Johnny Farmer, Lester
Peach, Judy Foster. ROW 2--Jimmy Fults, Janice Fondaw, Brenda Harding, Betty Ann Patrick, Jim Moran,
Danny Green, Lee Smith, Charles Walton, Sharon Peek, Joyce Wolff, Mrs. Hinson $eachery ROW 3--Austin
Hudson, Gamer Mangrum,Billy Maddox, Gordon Bush,Robert Cothem, Luther King, Joe Armstong, Shirley Sea-
graff, Elizabeth Watts, Dorothy Adams.
ROW 1 -Michae1Bates, PatDavis, Linda Lawrence, Sherry Spurlock, Wayne Tyler, Garry Whitsett, Harold Kel-
ley, John Gill, Steve Ledbetter, Gail Hendricks, Mary Birchett, Mr. Morris teache1j. ROW 2--Jackie Hughes,
Julie Rader, Connie Powers, Helen Miller, Deborah Russell, Wayne King, Jimmy Lane, Steve Stroud, Shirley
Engman, Kathy Long, Emily Johnson, Mark Hancock. ROW 3--James Eiheridge, Fary Hamblen, Linda Scott,
Jerry Lee,Linda Callis,Wanda Beckham, Janice Duke,Ben Hurt,Judy WoodaId, Patty Daugherty, Judy Stevens,
J ohnny Shannon.
ROW 1--Lan'y Box, Charles Barrett, Gary Webb, Robert Hill, Billy Taylor, Kay Whitley, Linda Randalls, Gayle
Tucker, Paulette Cunningham, Margaret Harding, Virginia Armonng, Danny Head. ROW 2--Hugh Jarratt, Joe
Woody, John Roberts, Donny Wolff, Jerry Rainey, Gary Gannon, Sharon Thurman, Virginia Gentry, Pauicia
Craighead, Becky Hirst, Mary Lou McCandless, Jean Hughes. ROW 3--Wende110wen, Wayne Bogle, Bobby
Eastland, Steve Cavanah, Danny Belcher, Barry Victory, Barbara Allen, Linda Fulton, Joyce Wilson, Virginia
Lane, Donna Wynne, Vickie Bogle.
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mer, Jerry Maynard, David Stamps, Billy Carr. ROW 2--Faye Elkins,
Mary Boshers, Sandra Hooper, Dorothy
Reed, Pearly Conatser, Judy Parman, Kathy Vaughn, Carolyn Teaster, Martha Peach, Mr. Rackard weachen.
ROW 3--BrendaVictory,Butch Judkins,J. W.Jones, Steve Pugh, Clyde Hunt, Willie Poteet, James David Gray,
Steve Beeler, Wayne Parrish, Carsie Craighead, Eddie Baker, David Taylor, Tommy Jackson.
ROW l-uLibby Moss, Patricia Ann Bosheos, Linda Mosley, Tommy Vaughn, James Swaner, Jerry Maddox, Mike
Eady, Mike Jarrett, Mrs. Dorothy Smith $eache1j. ROW 2--Virginia Seay, Mary Cato, Ginger Freeze, Debbie
Sykes, Sharon Hutchison, Sandra Wheeler, Carolyn Judkins, Lola Baggett,
George McKnight. ROW 3--Sherrie
Cantrell, Barbara Hill, Howard Sloan, Ray Marks, Charles Branhan, Curtis Poteete, James Copeland, Edward
Bates, Allan Craddock, Carl Maxtin, Mike Gay.
ROW 1--Wayne Burnett,Kenny Feinstein, Patty Hardison, Beverly Hoyle, Betty Madden, Donna Hooper, Geral-
dine Null, Rodger Rowe, Linda Jackson, MI. Vaughn weachery ROW 2--Donald Ellis, Jimmy Feinstein, Mike
Clinton, Frances Lane,Juanita King, Dianna Rose, Frances Spurlock, BarbaIa Griggs, Mary Reed, Joyce AImeS,
Ann Carrick,Nancy Blackburn. ROW 3--Marlon Morse, Billy Vaughn, Tommy Sweeney, Jerry Williams, Leon-
ard Morgan, Lance Estes, Donny Cardwell, James Smith, Leon Berch, Kent Cunningham, Fred Howard, Wayne
Kennedy, Nancy Dies.
ROW 1--Sandra White,Jill Williams,Ricky Dyer,La Rue Pratt, Diane Lee, Janice Webster, Dennis Laws, Terry
Dillehay, Donald Wales, Jimmy Priestly, Paul Hunt, Mrs. Woods weachen. ROW 2--Naomi PaItin, Kathy Up-
church,Brenda Scott,Diane Glasgow,Judy Massey, Rita Ann Oliphant, Melvin Hargrove, Jimmy Dunn, Michael
Robertson, Robert Crockett, Tommy Banks. ROW 3--Linda Blacburn, Connie Coursey, Linda Wright, Connie
Hirst,EllenBarr,Emily Hicks,Mjcheal Hedrick, LarrySmith, Ricky Argo, Gary Sawyer, Bill Ryan, Jimmy Deak-
ins, Bill Pollack.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS
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BECKY EVANS Vice-President JOAN CUNNINGHAM Secretary
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Name: LINDA ALEXANDER
Noted For: Saying, "Has anybody
Ambition: To have enough money
to publish the paper!
Name: STEVEN ALEXANDER
Noted for: Talking to Mr. Phillips
and being late
Ambition: To show Mrs. Garvin that
a non-conformist can go far in this
Name: BETTY JAYNE ALLEN
Nickname: "B. J. and Betsy"
Noted for: Not being able to talk
Ambition: To finishcollege and then
work at the National Life Insurance
Name: VERNON AMOS
Noted for: Calling people slobs and
hoping they rot
Ambition: To make the Honor Roll,
Name: THOMAS C. APPLETON
Nickname: "Tom Cat"
Noted for: Being bow legged
Ambition: To own a Submarine
Name: MARY LOUIS BELL
Nickname: "Louie and Slugger"
Notedfor: Eating Kingfishsandwiches
Ambition: To umpire a World Series
with Robert on the mound
Name: JIMMY DALE BENNET
Noted for: nothing
Ambition: To become a success in
Name: MARILYN BENNETT
Noted for: Humm ing the songs I make
Ambition: To graduate!
Name: DIANNE BENTLEY
Noted for: Complaining about Mrs.
Garvin's book reviews
Ambition: To convince Mrs. Garvin
that you don't have to analyze a
book to enjoy it
Name: RAY BIRDSONG
Noted for: Doing as little as possible
Ambition: To do something nobody
else has done
Name: LINDA BLANTON
Noted for: Talking about a certain boy
Ambition: To be able to wear pink
i6AT A GLANCE9i
Name: CAROL BRACI-I
Noted for: Running laps with Pam
Ambition: For the Lord to fill my
mouth with worthwhile stuff and
nudge me when I've said enough
Name: LORENE BRANNON
Noted for: Going to West Nashville
Ambition: To graduate and get a job
Name: ALLEN BROWN
Noted for: Converting Nancy Lamb
Ambition: To become a first-class
Name: CYRUS BROWNING
Noted for: Speeding
Ambition: To graduate
Name: JOHN BURNETT
Nickname: "Judo John"
Noted for: Always trying to do the
Ambition: To be a college graduate
Name: RONALD CAPPS
Noted for: Throwing paper wads in
typing at A.W.
Ambition: To pass Mrs. Tant's Spanish
Name: CLARA LEE CHAMBERS
Noted for: Smiling
Ambition: To help spread a little
Name: FRANK CHILDS
Noted for: Having a harem
Ambition: To wind up with one girl
Name: SANFORD CHRISMAN
Noted for: Hiding in bath tubs in
Ambition: To stay in C.M. No. 3
Name: TOMMY CLARK
Notedfor: Driving a "mean" 54 Chevy
Ambition: To become a math teacher
Name: MARY COLEMAN
Noted for: Talking to Cindy about
Ambition: To marry a soldier named
Name: CAROLYN C OURSEY
Noted for: Getting letters from a
certain boy at E.K.S.C.
Ambition: To own a red Corvette
Name: JAMES CATHEY
Nickname: "The Big Bopper"
Noted for: Dancing with Dot Duncan
Ambition: To tame J. M.
Name: MARIE CRAIGHEAD
Notedfor: Going to a mailbox in front
of a certain Record Shop
Ambition: To work at a certain
Name: JOAN CUNNINGHAM
Nickname: "P. I."
Noted for: Being bow-legged
Ambition: To get 15 miles to a gallon
in the "01' Chrysler"
Name: JOAN DECKER
Noted for: Staying hungry
Ambition: To marry Roger
Name: DONNA DEAN
Ambition: To get married
Name: JAMES DIBBLE
Noted for: Driving shot cars--a dif-
ferent one each day
Ambition: To be a teen-age "fuzz"
Name: CHARLES DICKSON
Noted for: Staying in room 217 in
Ambition: To stay in CM iil
Name: PEGGY DOSTER
Noted for: Being Slow
Ambition: To be a sosmotologist
Name: ANITA LEE DUNN
Noted for: Going with boys from out
Ambition: To get out of school
Name: WILLIAM THOMAS DUNN
Noted for: Saying the wrong thing at
the right time
Ambition: To live a successful life
Name: BECKY EVANS
Noted for: Crying through " Gone With
Ambition: To build a house under-
Name: HUGH EWING
Noted for: Having a Doodle-Bug
Ambition: To graduate
Name: GAYLE FOREHAND
Notedfor: Wearing a big diamond on
my third finger left hand
"Donner" or "Deena"
Trying to find Eileen 3rd
Ambition: To get a band to go with
Name: JAMES GEE
Noted for: Staying in Room 217 in
Ambition: To stay in C.M. 1592
Name: ANN GENTRY
Noted for: Being quiet
Ambition: To be an artist
Name: THOMAS GENTRY
Nickname: "Big Tom"
Noted for: Being the best center for
football games on campus
Name: EDNA GOOCH
Noted for: Worrying
Ambition: To marry a boy named
Name: CINDY GOODALL
Nickname: "Grusome Goodall"
Noted for: Talking to Mary about
Name: WILLIAM GREGG
Noted for: Confusing people
Ambition: To be an Electronic
Name: SANDRA GREENE
Noted for: Losing my voice while
giving speeches or talks
Amb ition: To be able to teach English
as well as Mrs. Garvin
Name: DAVID GREEN
Nickname: "Dynamite Dave"
Noted for: Being from the Lone Star
Name: DONALD GREEN
Nickname: "Little Fat Man"
Noted for: Working on hot rods at the
Ambition: To take top eliminator at
Sturgis, Ky. in a 401, four speed
Name: DONNA HAMM
Noted for: Talking and laughing
Ambition: To marry a wealthy man
Name: TOMMY HART
Noted for: Flirting
Ambition: To be Physics scientist
To go to California with
To graduate from high
iiAT A GLANCE,
Name: GEORGE HARVEY
Noted for: Having a Ford that's heavy
on the road and lays in the garage
Ambition: To learn to ride a horse
Name: JOHN HAUSMAN
Noted for: Being where I'm not
supposed to be
Ambition: To be an air-conditioning
Name: IviIKE HAYES
Nickname: "Soda Jerk"
Noted for: My camping trips
Ambition: To become a successful
Name: PATSY HAYNES
Noted for: Acting like a nut 6th period
Ambition: To be 6 feet tall
Name: HELEN HEFLEY
Noted for: Long eye lashes
Ambition: To see what happens in
Name: SUE HOBGOOD
Nickname: "Hobble Gobble"
Noted for: Hobgood's Taxi Service
Ambition: To take dictation from
Mrs. Phillips at 130 words a minute
Name: CHARLES HOCUTT
Noted for: Walking around with my
head in the clouds
Ambition: To receive life's farthest
goa1--whatever it may be
Name: JOHNNY HOFFMAN
Noted for: Be ing broke and havin' fun
Ambition: To become a young mile
Name: PATRICIA I-IOVER
Nickname: "Patti Ann"
Noted for: My Southern accent
Ambition: To marry Tommy and live
in a fallout shelter
Name: PAUL HUTCHERSON
Nickname: " Hutch"
Noted for: Nothing
Ambition: To be a millionaire
Name: CAROLYN INMAN
Noted for: Brown eyes
Ambition: To marry a dreamboat
Name: PATRICIA IRWIN
Noted for: Saying the wrong thing at
the wrong time
Ambition: To be an airline stewardess
Name: DAVID JEAN
Noted for: Working on my "pebble
pushing" Chevy and saying, "What
a roach! "
Ambition: To be a bachelor lawyer
Name: ROGER DALE JENNETTE
Noted for: Doing Nothing
Ambition: To become wealthy
Name: FAYE JOHNSON
Noted for: Popping chewing gum
Ambition: To marry Cecil Hannah
Name: PATRICIA JOHNSON
Talking about Charlie
Ambition: To marry Charlie
Name: BARBARA ANN JONES
Noted for: Snorting, eating boiled
eggs and drinking buttermilk
Ambition: To be a college majorette
Name: LARRY WAYNE JONES
Noted for: Getting into trouble
Ambition: To see the world
Name: JOAN ELIZABETH KENNEDY
Noted for: Losing things
Ambition: To find everything I've
Name: SUSAN DIANNE KING
Noted for: Complicated sentences
Ambition: To do whatever I do with
the best of my ability
Name: GERALD LAMBERSON
Noted for: Being called "Lump"
Ambition: To ride shotgun on a stage-
Name: LLOYD LAND
Noted for: Hitch-hiking to school
Ambition: To become rich without
Name: ROBERT OVERTON LANE
Nickname: "Big O"
Noted for: Nothing
Ambition: Live long and die happy
Name: SONDRA JEAN LAWRENCE
Noted for: Liking a boy at T.N.C.
Ambition: To pass American History
Name: JERRY G. LEVY
N ickname: " Coon"
Noted for: Trying to get a date with
Ambition: To become a millionaire
Name: MICHAEL E. LEWIS
Noted for: Driving the "Big Olds"
Ambition: Not to be a millionaire but
to live like one
Name: JACQUELYN ANNE LIBBY
Noted for: Going with Buddy Shacklett
Ambition: To have just one slumber
party, without having a cluttered
Name: MARY SANDRA LITTLE
Noted for: Walking fast
Ambition: To slow down
Name: DONALD MAJORS
Ambition: To become a number one
Name: DICKEY MALONE
Nickname: "Tom Thumb"
Noted for: Run a Navy pass
Ambition: Civil Engineer
Name: NORMA JANE MARSHALL
Noted for: Being short
Ambition: To marry a rich man
Name: ELIZABETH ANN MATTHEWS
Nickname: "Farmer Liz" and"Pitch-
Noted for: My peculiar love for milk-
Ambition: To eventually marry a
farmer, settle down, and raise
Name: EDITH ANN MAYO
Noted for: Talking
Ambition: To be able to think of
something to say to certain people
Name: CAROLYN MARIE McCLAIN
Noted for: Being quiet
Ambition: To live a long life
Name: ELLIOTT WILTON MCINTOSH
Nickname: "Dark Star"
Noted for: Trading cars
Ambition: To own a used car lot
Name: KARYLE SUE MCMAHON
Noted for: Going with Larry
Ambition: To please Larry
Name: DOUGLAS MENDL
Noted for: Wolf Patrol
Ambition: To own a Harem
Name: EARLE MILBURN
Nickname: "B1 inkey"
Noted for: Signing my name "74"
66AT A GLANCE,
Ambition: To become assitant bas-
Name: ROBERT MONTGOIvaRY
Nickname: "Big George"
Noted for: Buying Kingfish sand-
wiches to please M. B.
Ambition: To be a professional ball
Name: SHIRLEY MONTGOMERY
Nickname: "Shirley Mae" and "Bub"
Noted for: Liking a certain boy from
Ambition: To get out of school
Name: JOYCE MOON
Noted for: Always being late
Ambition: To make a certain person
Name: JOHN NICKOLSON
Noted for: Nothing
Name: JO ANN PARKER
Noted for: Arguing
Ambition: To work in the field of
Name: MAX PEDEN
Nickname: "Rat Nose"
Noted for: Driving reckless
Ambition: To be a playboy
Name: MONTY PHELPS
Noted for: Stuffing animals and
Ambition: To own a 50,000 acre
Name: CAROLYN PHILLIPS
Noted for: Cooking and talking
Ambition: To be a nurse
Name: ROBERT POTEETE
Noted for: Saying nothing
Ambition: To improve with age
Name: MARION PRINCE
Notedfor: Keepinng. Levine'sstudy
Ambition: To graduate and leave
Name: NEIL RAMSEY
Noted for: Wine, women, and song
Ambition: Women, women, and more
Name: JACQUELINE REASONOVER
Nickname: "Jackie" and "Jack"
Noted for: Singing?
Ambition: To be a singer
Name: PAMELA JOYCE REED
Nickname: "Pam" and "Fuzz-head"
Noted for: Running laps around the
gym with Carol
Ambition: To see Mrs. Graves run 25
laps around the gym at 7 o'clock
in the morning
Name: RICHARD REED
Noted for: Never going to class
Ambition: To get out of school by
Name: JANET REESE
Noted for: Never going to class
Ambition: To get out of school
Name: JEROLYN RUTH RIVERS
Noted for: Running around with
Ambition: To go to college
Name: GEORGE RODGERS JR.
Nickname: "Big George"
Noted for: Spending every Sunday
with a certain girl
Ambition: To walk downlife's road,
holding hands with Judy
Name: THOMAS JACOB ROGERS
Noted for: Pretending to be smart
Ambition: To own a Harem
Name: EILEEN MARIE ROSE
Noted for: Going with McNaney
Ambition: To keep a certain"B1ue
Chevy" in drive instead of reverse
when starting from a stop light
Name: CHARLES M. RUSSELL
Noted for: Working out with weights
Ambition: To be a soldier of fortune
Name: JEAN ELAINE SANDERS
Noted for: Can't wait!
Ambition: To be a model
Name: LYNDA SAUNDERS
Noted for: Being slow
Ambition: To gain Speed
Name: JANET LEE SCOTT
Noted for: Cutting up on campus
Ambition: To graduate and make a
lot of money
Name: PATRICIA SEIFERT
Noted for: Talking about 0. S.
Ambition: To get out of school
Name: JOHN SEINER
Noted for: Loafing
Ambition: To get out of school
Name: RONALD SHACKLETT
Noted for: Getting 15 yard penalties
Ambition: To drive a truck for "Big
Noted for: Who knows what!
Ambition: To do something right
Name: JERRY SMITH
Noted for: Flunking
Ambition: To get a diploma
Name: JOHN ED SMITH
Noted for: Nothing
Ambition: To graduate
Name: REGINA STEPHENS
Noted for: Never giving up
Ambition: To become rich
Name: JO ANN STILL
Noted for: Keeping the conversation
Ambition: To marry a millionaire
Name: CAROL STONES
"Pat," "Patrick," and
Noted for: Trying to play basketball
Ambition: To try to convince Mrs.
Graves that I really can play
Name: SANDRA SULLIVAN
Noted for: My squinty eyes
Ambition: To get MI. Miles 2nd
period Driver's Training Class
back to school all in one piece
Name: HOBERT TAYLOR
Noted for: Talking back to teachers
Ambition: To grow
Name: RICHARD THOMPSON
Noted for: Coming to school sleepy
Ambition: To stay home from school
Name: DAVID ELLIOTT THURMAN
Noted for: Intelligence
Ambition: To be a millionaire
Name: JIMMY TIDWELL
Nickname: "Fat Man"
Noted for: Getting in trouble
Ambition: To be principal at a girls'
Name: TOMMY TOMPKINS
Nickname: "Tall Boy"
Noted for: Six seconds
Ambition: Two seconds
iiAT A GLANCE,
Name: JOHNNY TREW
Notedfor: Talking to a certain cheer-
Ambition: To get Charles Russell 3
date iwith a girll
Name: BILLY TROXLER
Noted for: Racing
Ambition: To get out of school
Name: DAVID MICHAEL VAUGHN
Nickname: "Bear killer"
Noted for: Wanting to drag Charles
Ambition: To be a hermit
Name: BUFORD D. WAGGONER JR.
Noted for: Having wrecks and injuries
Ambition: Restore My '55 beast icarl
Name: MARY ELIZABETH WALKUP
Nickname: "Monkey" and "Half-
Noted for: Can't wait iTullahomal
Ambition: To be drum maj orette, one
Nickname: "Charlie Boy"
Noted for: Being late to first period
Ambition: To be President of the
Name: SHIRLEY WATSON
Nickname: "Frenchie," "Blondie"
Noted for: Coingthxoughhallssaying
Ambition: To get my hair cut and look
Name: CHARLES WEAKS
Noted for: Not saving forest fires
Ambition: Brain Surgeon
Name: WILLIAM WAYNE WEEMS
Nickname: "W. W. Gator"
Noted for: Making a mess of things
Ambition: To get all the money,
fame, glory and girls I can
Name: CHERYL WELLS
Noted for: Not talkingloud enough in
Name: KAY WHITE
Noted for: Not being shy
Ambition: To go to Hawaii to learn
how to surf-board
Name: NANCY WIESEI-IAHN
To go to Alaska with
Noted for: Yankee accent
Ambition: To make it through two
years of college
Name: RUTH WILKES
Nickname: "Ruthie" and "Molly"
Noted for: Studying at a crowded
Ambition: To make A's in all my sub-
Name: PATRICIA WILLIAMS
Nickname: "Ugly" and "Candy-
Noted for: Chewing gum with tape on
Ambition: To be a professional foot-
Name: MARILYN ANN WILSON
Noted for: Saying things which don't
come out right
Ambition: To find that someone
Name: ROBERT WITHROW
Noted for: Loafing
Ambition: T0 graduate
Name: TOM WITHROW
Noted for: Horsing around
Ambition: To get out of school
Name: EDGAR YANDELL
Noted for: Going to the Krispy Kreme
Ambition: To be a millionaire
Name: JOHN YATES
Noted for: Going to Krispy Kreme with
Ambition: To make the rest of my life
Name: CAROL SLEDGE
Noted for: Always having problems
Ambition: To graduate with the class
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THE TEACHERS LOUNGE
OUR COA CHING STAFF? ? ?
1 3. Sue Hobgood
ROW 1--James Etheridge, Ronnie Burge, David Duke, Mary Lou McCandless, Lance Estes, Becky Tuggle, Larry
Randolph, Taylor Bettis, William Dunn. ROW 2--Linda Alexander, Jackie White, Cindy Horton, Marsha Argo,
Bonnie Anderson,1.inda Scott,Linda Temple, Joan Kennedy, Wanda Carney, Carolyn Coursey, Sandra Little, Car-
roll Jackson, Peggy Doster. ROW 3--Jerry Duke, Kenneth Carney, Neil Chaffin, Ronnie Sidler, Tom Withrow,
Bobby Lawrence, Ronnie Rowlett, Frank Hams, Bruce Mallard, Mike Lane, Dickey Malone.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
ROW 1-mDavid Marshall, Janie Cunningham, Marsha Kellam, Ted Watson, Linda Richardson, Carolyn Kennedy,
Julie Stevens, PollyBoner, Judy Henry. ROW 2--Ronnie Sidler, Ernest Mofield, Robert Montgomery, Chuck Dick-
son, Albert Pewitt, Tom WithIow, Tommy Horton, Bill Orman.
ROW ln-Wayne Kennedy, Shirley Petty, Linda Lawrence,BarbaraGreggs,Billy Brooks, Gary Hamblen, Becky Chap-
man. ROW 2--Joan Cunningham,Mike Tomlin,Joe Powers, Donald Smith, Speedy Amos, Jerry Levy, Terry East-
land, Mary Beth Heyboer, Becky Evans, Linda Smith.
HOME ROOM PRESIDENTS
ROW 1--Bessie Judkins, Ronnie Maynard,Bob Lindsley, Julie Stevens, Gershwinn Gilley, Ted Watson, Terry Mayo,
Tana Little, Cheryl Bates, Wanda Fleming, La Rue Pratt. ROW 2--Janie Cunningham, Carol Sledge, Pam Reed,
Carolyn Kennedy, LindaRichardson, Joyce Wilson, Buddy Troxel, Jackie Trew, David Vaughn, Steve Beeler, Judy
Ivey,JudyCastleman,Sandra Wheeler,EmilyJohnson. ROW 3--Judy Bonds, Jewel Hendrix, Jerry Armstrong, Ray
Goodwin,DonaldSmith,Johnny Trew, Wayne Weems, Earle Milburn, Mike Tomlin, Eddie Neufeldt, Jasper Boner,
Jimmy Gee. Absent: Jo Ann Still.
ROW 1--JudyBonds,MaIy Heyboer, Sue Hobgood, Elizabeth Matthews, Pat Williams. ROW 2--Sandra Prince, Ann
Robinson, Patty Irwin, Linda Hutcherson, Jackie Reasonover, Helen Murray, Mary Fly, Peggy Lee, Mary Lee Car-
roll. ROW 3--Mr. Turney, Mrs. Dean 5ponsorsb George Rodgers, Tommy Clark, Ronald Capps, Charles Hocutt,
Chuck Dickson, Steve Alexander, Thomas Gentry, Donald Majors, Monty Phelps, Richard Thompson.
HOSPITAL ROOM GIRLS
ROW 1--Elaine Williams, Nancy Walker, Sue Kirklie, Marie Hibbett, Janet Miller, Shirley Reeves. ROW 2-wMerry
Christmas, Carolyn Kennedy, Linda Richardson, Deloras Bentley, Gloria Misskelly, Jo Ann Knowles, Ann Dearry.
Office Aids--Pat Shelton, Lynda Saunders, Jackie Reasonover, Mrs. Collins, Pat Williams, Mary Bell, Nancy Wie-
Library Girls--Teresa Head,BettyJane Burge, Pam White, Brenda Madden, Shirley Ahlf, Mary Winningham, Annie
George, Sandra Housman, Mary Anne Gregg, Louis Armstrong, Wanda Corney, Janice Rhyme, Marsha Argo.
ROW 1--Raymond Millikan, Howard Sloan, Jimmy Fults, Donald Ellis, Brenda Harding, Debbie Sykes, Judy Mas-
Sey, Tony Marshall,MerleGrizzell, Virginia Gentry, Martha Peach, Joan Chaffin. ROW 2--Fred Duer, Jackie Ne-
well, Debbie Lane, Darlene Coe, Alice Prince, Anita Gay, Kathy Long, Cynthia Spicer, Charlie Lewis, Roy An-
derson, DonJohnson. ROW 3--CathyCaprara, Shelia Cockran, Betty Burge, Tommy Downum, Betty Brooks, Jackie
Faust, DiannaBarrett, Elaine Williams,Betty Allen, Marilyn Bennett. ROW 4--Larry Hadley, Tommy Hart, Jimmy
Dibble,Carolyn Phillips, Robert Brown, Joe Powers, Jimmy Southall, Donald Green, Sandra Hartman, Miss Carrie
JUNIOR RED CROSS
DARK ROOM BOYS
ROW 1--Jerry Hyche, Donald Brown, Larry Baker, Jimmy Miller, Donald Bender. ROW 2--Billy White, Lester
Clemons, Dudley Taylor, Jerry Lindsey, Mike Farler, Jesse King.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
MRS. E. E. WALKUP, Sponsor
President . . . . . BECKY EVANS Secretary
Vice President . LINDA ALEXANDER Treasurer
ROW 1--Gayle Forehand, Linda Alexander,Becky Evans,KayWhite. ROW 2--Jackie Reasonover, Chuck Dickson,
Steven Alexander, Dianne Bentley, Mrs. Walkup.
Left to right: Linda Richardson,
Joan Kennedy, Charlotte Llewel-
lyn, Sandra Shoemake, Nancy
Sellers, Cindy Horton, Gayle
Beth Walkup--Captain, Barbara
Lewis, Mary Bell, Sherry Landis,
Chuck Dickson--Drum Major,
Becky Evans, Shannon Whitley,
Barbara Jones, Jackie Libby.
Joyce Ellis, Dianna Barrett, Judy
Cooley, JoAnn Still--Captain,
Chuck Dickson--Drum Maj or, Betty
Burge,Nancy Lamb, Jean Sanders--
Co-Captain, Kay Lester.
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Fly, Sandra Prince, Betty Murphy. ROW 3--Janice Estes, Marie Craighead, Mrs. Dean, sponsor, Shirley Watson,
Jerolyn Rivers, Carolyn McClain, Karyle McMahon, Judy Rauschenberger, Edith Brown.
HOME EC CLUB
Sue Kirklie, Sec., June Finch, V. Pres., Carol Haislip, Treas., Marsha Kellam,
Miss Sloan, sponsor,
Sue Carr, Karen Un-
Sue Ann Franz, Mary Alice Agee, Linda Spruill, Ruby Maynard, Sh
Norma Bean, Paulette Baran, Jean Jackson. ROW 2--Mary Pate, Judy
Gentry, Gloria Misskelly, Sue Pennington, Jo AnnKnowles, Ann Dearry, Barbara Bryan, Billie
Pres. , Gloria Dixon, League, Nancy Reynolds,
ruh, Orvileen Anderson.
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ROW 1--Kay lester, Theresa Head, Yvonne Pendergrass, Paulette Dennison, Sandra Myers, Jane Baird, Sara Fitz-
gerald, Barbara Mason, Elva Taylor, Sheila Cochran. ROW 2--Judy Cooley, Betty Burge, Allen Bratcher, Larry
Frazier, Leslie Ladd, Eddie George, Robert Johnson, Van Maxwell, Grady George, Terry Smith, Linda Byrd, Cindy
Horton, Annie George. ROW 3--Charles Spears, Duncan Dysart, Bobby Hausman, Bobby Haynie, Tommy Steele,
Jerry Armstrong, Terry Higgins, Larry Dorris, Larry Ferguson, Ray Goodwin, Jackie Cordell, Tommy Boner, Roy
Mabry, Larry Hadley, Mr. Jones bponsory
ROW l--Charlie Lewis, Bonnie Anderson, Baye Ashley, Cindy Chrisman, Neil Ramsey 01. PresJ, Jo Ann Parker
Wresj, Donald Nugent $ecJ,Steve Kyle, Jackie Murrell, Jimmy Miller, Mildred Watson. ROW 2--Gary Castle"
man, JudyBridges, Joyce Kelly, Judy Huffman, Roger Jennette, Paul Hutcherson, Peggy Victory, Ronnie Etheridge,
Ernest Mofield, Robert Henry, Larry Baker,GlindaReed. ROW 3--Judy Norman, Tommy Robinson, Glenn Mont-
gomery,JerryJohnson,Bobby Lawrence,George Hedrick, Frank Brewer, Ralph Marks, Dennis Cravens, Roger Tay-
lor, Gerald Lamberson, Sammy Jackson, LaIry Dillon, Wayne Simmons, Mrs. Hovious aponsoq.
MRS. LUCY LARABEE - -Sponsor
MARYBELL . . . . . . . President EILEEN ROSE . . . . . . Secretary
BARBARAJONES . . . . Vice President JOAN CUNNINGHAM . . . Treasurer
STANDING: left to right--Carol Sledge, Mary Kay Robinson, Carol Brach, Becky Evans, Joyce Moon, Linda Al-
exander, Donna Dean, Sandra Little, Nirs. Larabee, Linda Hughes, Beth Walkup, Virginia Cantrell.
MR. HARRY TURNEY- -Sponsor
BUSTIiR YATES . . . . . President IERRY LEVY . . . . . . Secretary
SANDYCHRISMAN . . . Vice President EDGAR YANDELL . . . . Treasurer
ROW l--Joc Reasonovcr, Charles Russell, Richard Reed, Sandy Chrisman, Richard Thompson, Edgar Yandell,
Dickie Malone, Jerry Levy. ROW 2--Mr. Harry Turney, John Scincr, Albert Pewitt, Jimmy Cathey, Johnny Trew,
Buster Yates, Robert Montgomery, Mike Hayes, Monty Philps, John Burnett.
ROW 1-. Diana Criswell, Beverly McMahon, Donna Lemmons, Elizabeth Daniels, Sandra Deal, Nancy Blackman,
Sherry White, Shirley Thomason. ROW 2--Barbara Seay, Carroll Harden, Cathy Caprara, Betty Brooks, Patsy Hed-
rick,Dianne King, Jane Troxel, Linda Jackson, Gale McGaha. ROW 3--Karen Unruh, Ann Wilson, Linda Benson,
Shannon Whitley,Nancy Sellers, Patricia Clayton, Mike Kirkup, Jackie Jones, John Boniol. ROW 4--Mike Lewis,
Tommy Hart,Lucian CarteI,Ronnie Jones, George Rodgers, Bruce Stewart, David Green, Billy Dobbins, MI. Terry
ROW 1--Donna Lemmons, Judy Ivey, Diana Criswell, Beverly McMahon, Patricia Clayton, Dianne King, Nancy
Blackman,Sherry White, Shirley Thomson. ROW Zw-MI. Turney cponsoQ, Saundra Warren, Barbara Seay, Carroll
Harden, Nancy Sellers, Elizabeth Daniel, Betty Brooks, Linda Benson, Jane Troxel, Linda Jackson, Gale McGaha.
ROW 3--Mike Lewis, Lucian Carter, Billy Dobbins, Mike Kirkup, George Rodgers, Ronnie Jones, Bruce Stewart,
ROW 1--Gayle Black, Shirley Petty, Patsy Haynes, Gail Fusse, Dianne King, Evie Burnett, Jane Marshall, Sandra
Sullivan, Carroll Jackson. ROW ZwLinda Blanton, Janet Reese, Barbara Lewis, Jackie White, Betty Allen, Celia
McDonald, Shannon Whitley, Patty Seifert, Edna Gooch, Carolyn Coursey, Edith Mayo, Anita Dunn. ROW' 3--
Jackie Libby, Jo AnnStill, Sandra Boton, LindaRichardson, Jackie Reasonover, Charlotte Llewellyn, Peggy Doster,
Ann Gentry, Linda Alexander, Sharon Larkins, Jean Sanders, Mrs. Ballard SponsorL Mary Coleman.
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ROW l--Terry Eastland, Vice-President, Skipper Brown, Chaplain,Douglas Mendel, Secretary, Jimmy Gee, Presi-
dent, MI. Frizze11,Sponsor. ROW 2--Tay10r Bettis, Tommy Rodgers, Tommy Tompkins, David Jean, Alan Johnson.
ROW 3-mJohn Ed Smith, Phil King, Wayne Weems, Donald Smith, Kenneth Paradise, Lonnie Weaver.
ROW 1--Gerald Montgomery, Johnny Hoffman, Neil Chaffin, Jerry Gober. ROW 2--MI. Goodman, Sponsor, Tim
Drumright, David Mabry, Earl Milburn, Eddie Neufeldt, Elliott McIntosh, Ronnie Shacklett, Tommy Appleton.
ROW ln-Terry Mayo, Jimmy Blanton, Phillip Burnett, Bob Poteete, Secretary, Steve Alexander, President, Tom
Withrow,Vice-President. ROW 2-mWayne Newcomb, Ernest Barnes,Ed DePriest, Ricky Head, Billy Troxler, Randall
Walker, Judy Pugh, Wayne Horton, Roy Johnson,Bob Withrow,Bill Lanius, Donnie Eady, Johnny Harding. ROW 3--
Mr.Phillips, Sponsor, GaryJohnson, Robert Brown, Clark Veevers, Carl Wright, Jonny Southall, Billy Dobbins, Max
Peden, J immy Bennett, J asper Boner, Bobby Smithson, J immy Edmondson.
THE T 81 ICLUB
ROW1.--RaymondAiken, Mike Farmer, Billy Gentry, Leo Knowles, Kenneth Parrish, James Newcome, Dave Harris,
Harry Boner, James Hibbett, Billy Gregg, Roy Maynard, Walter Gregg, Dwight Olmstead. ROW 2--Ronny Victory,
Jerry Lindsey, Terry Curfman, Bob Witmer, Lynn Bowden, Roger Victory, Danny Vick, Kenneth Carney, J ames
Morrow, A1 Wills, William Dunn, Danny Hargrove. ROW 3--M1'. Simpson, Sponsor, Lewis Johnson, Sam Larkin,
David Vaughn,Char1es Burke,David Davis,Jesse King, Roger Hicks, Sam Vaughn, Sam Ricketts, Jesse Chapman,
Clyde Hicks, Fred Duet, Ben Stoner.
ROW 1--Ronnie Sidler, Vice-President, Mike Tomlin, President, Janie Cunningham, Secretary-Treasurer. ROW 2--
Perry Wilson,Donna Hall, KayWhite, Fay Russell, Carol Allen, Patsy McKnight, Janice Lindsey, Tommy Downum,
Mrs. Tant, Sponsor. ROW 3--Jimmy Tidwell, Jimmy Forsythe, Jerry Duke, Johnny Wise, Carl Hoffman, Donald
Polk, Bobby Lawson, Howell Townes, Ronald Capps.
JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE
ROW 1-mDon Schrope, Russell Lee, David Lee, Marc Roach, Bob Lindsley, Wayne Williams, Ronnie Gower, Barry
Brunson, Kent Therber. ROW2--Sharon Gay, Marie Bibbett, Patsy Brach, Tana Little, Marie Murrell, Donna Goode,
Susan Hicks, Ruth Klinstiver, Ruth Wilkes, Nancy Moody, Mrs. Walkup, Sponsor.
ROW 1--Ray Roberson, David Greer, Frank Harris, Harold Baggett, Sonny Finch, Ted Watson, Charles Kelley,
Randall Massey, Mike Lane. ROW Zn-Mr. Vickers, Sponsor, Johnny Rutledge, Joe Fizer, Larry Crossl'm, Donald
Stevens, William Ogle, Lester Clemons, Tommy Puckett, Roger Henson, Ronnie Smith.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
ROW 1--Joe Drumright, Jack Ragsdale, Secretary, Charles Weaks, President, Tim Durham, Vice-President, Richard
Coleman, Sergeant-at-arms. ROW 2--Bi11y Wood, Jerry Hyche, Richard Waggoner, Ronnie Rowlett, Timmy
Maynard, John Rein, Harold Carney, Tommy Watson, Tommy Ledbetter. ROW 3--Richard Ingram, Tommy Lunn,
Fred Davis, David Crimm, David Yates, Gary Weeb, George Marrs, Ellen Phillips. ROW4--Jerry Pugh, Mike
Farler, Mike Baber, Tony Bosworth, Michael Hudgins, Edgar Hancock.
ROW 1--Marie Murrell, Betty Wilson, Jo Ann Still, Jackie Libby, Carolyn Sneed, Diana Barrett, Chuck Dickson,
Joan Kennedy, Becky Evans, Helen Hefley, Mary Bell, Cheryl Wells, Beth Walkup. ROW 2--Bruce Stewart, Lucian
Carter, Wayne Weems, Charles Hocutt, Johnny Wise, Joe Powers, Bruce Mallard, Tommy Downum.
THE FORENSIC CLUB
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SEATED--Mari1yn Wells, Patti Irwin, Elizabeth Matthews, Janet Scott, Shirley Reeves, Jimmy Williams, Linda
Satterfield, Lloyd Land, Janice Ledbetter, Sharon Vaughn, Faye Thompson, Donald Brown, Judy Purcel, Deloras
Bentley,MarilynBennett,Hughaing,Nancy Wiesehahn, Mary Lee Carroll. STANDING--John Hausman, Edward
Lane, Lorene Brannon, Sue Hobgood, Sandra Greene, Alvesia Farmer, James Artis, Sandra Hartman.
UNITED NATIONS CLUB
ROW 1--Buster Ward, TommyDownum, Roy Anderson, Danny Holder, Jerry Tyler, Raymond Rowe, Chris Campbell.
ROW 2--Wi11iamMcCand1ess, David Thurman, EdithBrown, Bonnie Brown, Jimmy Williams, Billy White, Ronnie
Martin. ROW 3--Sherril Wilson, Larry Jones, Thomas Wiseman, Charles Hocutt, Donald Majors, David Gibbs, Joe
Tripp, Jack Smith.
SEATED--Carolyn Kennedy, JanetLish, Billie Hubbard, Speedy Amos, President, MarionPrince, Mary Beth Heyboer,
Vice-President, Elva Taylor. STANDING--Sharon Harmon, Peggy Lee, Barbara Mason, Shirley Sawyers, Janet
Miller, Carol Hall, Judy Bonds, Cindy Goodall, Pat Robnett, Sally Wallace, Mrs. Harris, Carol Stones, Nancy
Edmondson. Pam Reed, Linda Reeder, Barbara Carr, Tommy Clark, Robert Lane, Sondra Lawrence, Shirley Mont-
gomery, Marilyn Binkley, Charles Wallace.
ROW 1--JoanKennedy, Treasurer, Joan Cunningham, Secretary, Robert Montgomery, President, MaryBell, Vice-
President, Mrs. Harris, Sponsor. ROW 2-mJerolyn Rivers, Jackie Reasonover, Helen Hefley, Jo Ann Still, Edith
Mayo, Linda Alexander, Sandra Greene, Elizabeth Matthews, Patty Irwin, Sue Hobgood, Marilyn Bennett, Gayle
Forehand, Fay Barrett, Barbara Jones, Nancy Wiesehahn, Linda Saunders, Dianne Bentley, Carol Brach, Judy Pugh.
ROW 3--Dona1d Polk, Jimmy Southall, Donald Nugent, Charles Hocutt, Wayne Weems, Joe Reasonover.
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John Boniol, Jimmy Dibble, Carolyn Phillips, Pat Stone, Faye Barrett, Mrs. Garvin, Sponsor. ROW 3--Jimmy
Hampton, Charles White .
CLASSICAL MUSIC CLUB
ROW 1--Faye Johnson, Linda Byrd, Bessie Judkins, Peggy Williams. ,ROW 2--Linda Webb, Patsy Dixon, Sandra
Cunningham, Elaine Grizzell, Brenda Goodman, Alice Loudermilk, Joyce Ellis, Joy Coursey. ROW 3--Mary Ann
Gregg, Sheila Dorris, Sherry Allen, BrendaGammons, PamWhite, Shirley Ahlf, JoanEmmons, Anita Bishop, Brenda
Newman, Beverly Spain, Miss Ellis, Sponsor.
ROW la-Linda Golemboski, Cheryl Bates,Denine Buttrey. ROW 2--Linda Burton, Lillian Love, Darlene Ford, Diana
Schoonover, Wilma Cunningham, Judy Henry. ROW 3--Faye Moran, Anna Jo King, Elaine Williams, Carolyn Sykes,
Billie Jo Mason, Lois Teaster, Charlene Williams, Nancy Haven. ROW 4--Elaine Covington, Pat Tomes, Corkie
Graves, Jane Greer, Mackie Graves.
ROW 1- SherrieLandis, Kathy Williams, Sandra Shoemake, Linda Helton. ROW 2--Barbara Jeter, Judy Forsythe,
Betty Taylor, Rita Agee, Michelle Walton, Mauricette Walton, Becky Chapman, Ann Mitchell, Carol Parnell,
Nancy Robinson. ROW 3--Linda Smith, Mary Alice Coe, Brenda Dunwoody, Joan Cantrell, Wilma Warren, Jamie
Elam, Janice Rhyme, Mrs. Grayson, Sponsor. ROW 4--Shirley Patton, Diana Elam, Shirley Benson, Donna Myers,
Patsy Hartman, Nina Bonds, Becky Thompson, Sandra Dobbs.
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ROW 1--Barbara Jones, Sandra Sullivan, Richard Reed, Jo Ann Still, Jackie Libby. ROW 2--Car01 Brach, Pam
Reed, Shannon Whitley, Shirley Petty, Pat Shelton, Carol Sledge, Cheryl Bates, Janet Lish, Diana Barret, Sue Ann
Franz, Gail Fusse, Sandra Cunningham. ROW Sva-Elaine Williams, Theresa Head, Joyce Moon, Joan Cunningham,
DonnaDean, Jane Marshall, Carolyn Kennedy, Linda Alexander, Nancy Sellers, Carol Stones, Betty Burge, Sheila
Cochran, Cindy Horton. Janice Estes, Pat Williams, Becky Evans, Linda Richardson, Jackie Reasonover, Joan
Kennedy, Mary Kay Robinson, Patsy Haynes, Pat Handley, Sandra Bolton, Cecelia McDonald, Tana Little, Linda
Alexander, Janet Reese, Jane Cunningham. ROW 5--David Jean, Joe Powers, Tommy Downum, Ronnie Sidler,
Jimmy Gee, Jimmy Cathey, Chuck Dickson, Frank Brewer, Elliot McIntosh, Jerry Levy, Tim Drumright, Edgar
Yandell, Earle Milburn, Jerry Gober, Richard Thompson, Max Peden, Sandy Chrisman, Carolyn Coursey, Linda
Jackson, Jean Sanders, Brenda Gammons.
ROW 1--Gayle Forehand, Dianne Bentley, Jackie Reasonover, Mary Bell, Linda Alexander, Joan Cunningham,
Pat Shelton, Joan Kennedy. ROW 2--MIS. Kirkpatrick, Carolyn Coursey, Patsy Haynes, Mary Kay Robinson, Gayle
Black, Wayne Weems, Carol Sledge, Pam Reed, HelenFly, Janet Reese, Barbara Jones. ROW 3-wGeorge Rodgers,
Jackie Libby, Jo Ann Still, Cathy Caprara, Sally Wallacg Marilyn Wells, Johnny Wise, Joe Reasonover, Jerry
Levy, Donald Nugent, Richard Reed, Edgar Yandell, Tommy Downum, Pat Williams, Carol Brach.
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"Buddy CaInahan, manager, David Green, Jerry Gober, Albert Pewitt, Earle Milburn, Edgar Yandell, Mike Tom-
lin, Jasper Boner. ROW 3--Coach Gerald Johnson, Robert Montgomery, Captain, Joe Reasonover, John Seiner,
Tommy Appleton, Co-Captain, Ronnie Shacklett, Donald Smith, Jimmy Southhall, Charles White, and Coach
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Harris, Jimmy Haley, Larry Mangrum, Larry Randolph, Jimmy Williams, Jerry Duke, Steve Carter, Ronnie
Gower. ROW 3--Wayne Tyer, Manager, Steve Pinldeton, Mark Ladd, Robert Shotwell, Johnnie Sellers, Bruce
Stewart, Donald Brown, Richard Haley, Bobby Smithson, Ray Marks. ROW 4--Coach Jerre Vaughn, Kenneth
Carney, Bruce Mallard, Ray Cruthfield, Ralph Bolton, Julius Tucker, Lester Clemons, Jim Forsythe, Eddie Neu-
feldt, Coach John Keeton.
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manager, Richard Seiner, Co-captain, Wayne Williams, Julius Tucker, Eddie Neufeldt, Captain, Jimmy For-
sythe, Mr. Davis, Coach.
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
KNEELING: Karen Roach, Judy Massey, Diana Barret, Sherrie Brown, Sharyn Campbe11,Barbara Jeter, Judy
Henry. STANDING: Mr. Keeton, Coach, Sherrie Landis, Carol Haislip, Sandra Shoemake, Captain, Carol
Allen, Co-Captain, Jane Greer, Pat Tomes, Mackie Graves, Jane Baird, Gwen Howell, manager.
KNEELING: Joe Powers, Joe Drumright, Ronnie Jones, Jerry Lindsley, Tim Durham. STANDING: Donald
Brown,manager,David Gibbs, Joe Reasonover,Donald Smith, Eddie George,Gera1d Montgomery, Jere Vaughan,
VARSITY W399 TEAM
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CLASS PROPHECY 0F 962
OUT OF THIS WORLD
A Class tofi Prophecy .
The Flying Saucer cruised silently through the darkness of interstellar space, and as it came near a certain star
in the fringe of the Milky Way Galaxy, one of its occupants said to the other,
"Hold up a minute, Jon, I seem to be receiving some strong electrom agnetic radi ations from one of the planets
in this solar system."
"SoI've noticed, Tor," replied the other, "the infraered detectorscope has been mnning wild for the last minute
or two. This place must be populated by an intelligent form of life, for these indications could only be the result
of a rocket launching. You know the type I mean, like the ones we studied in the Primitive Rocketry course,
They used giant chemical booster stages to accelerate the vehicle to the esc ape velocity."
"Irem embergood old Primitive Rocketry 101 AB--and our dear Professor Kim. Do Iwish he could see us now ! "
said Tor as he feverishly spun the myriad of controls on his console, "Just a second Jon. There! I have a fix on
these curious radiations. They are definitely being emitted from the third planet from the sun !"
"Alright Tor, I'm satisfied with these indications, let's go down and have a closer look at this place."
As the spacecraft changed course and made directly for its new destination, the two occupants become more and
more excited. They had been hunting for a long time, and now they had found the game.
Wednesday, 23 May, 1962, was in every sense of the expression, a beautiful day, and the world was like a mir-
ror, reflecting all the joys of nature in springtime onto the countenance of man. This was particularly in evidence
at Central High School. The inmates and the outmates of this stalwart institution, that is to say the students and
the teachers, were in, perfect harmony and thought and mood. They'were all looking ahead to the end ofschool
and the forthcoming summer vacation. As everyone was engrossed in the mesmeric thoughts of spring, no one
noticed the slight rustling of the grass in a sm all circular area on the front campus, and of course no one saw the
thing which could not be seen.
"Good work Jon, that was a perfect landing. Everything seems to be in working order, but we'd better keep a
close check on our transparency field generators. I shudder to think what would happen if they broke down and we
suddenly became visible ! "
"So do I Tor," answered his companion, "But as soon as we can, we must begin our observations of thecreatures
on this planet."
"Of course Jon, but remember that this will take some time. We have much information to gather, you know.
Ifwe begin programming the computers tonight, by tomorrow afternoon we should have completely translated their
systems of language, mathematics and much of their system of social structure. "
"Well then, Tor, I suggest that we get our work done on the computers now and get a good night's rest so that we
will be ready for our work tomorrow."
"I second the motion," said Tor, as he threw the switch that activated the giant system of calculating and re-
cording machines which was used by the spacetravelers.
The next few days saw a great deal of activity aboard the flying saucer. Its two occupants were busily engaged
in scientific research and study of all sorts concerning the planet and its occupants. Exactly one week after their
arrival, Tor said to Jon,
"Well, as last the time has come. We have systematically recorded the history and civilizations of this planet
and now for our final experiment."
"Yes, Tor, after today our work here will be finished and we can go home."
"Let's get our plan straight, Jon. First in order to make representative study of the future generations of this
planetto complete our work, we are going to take the senior class of this school, in whose proximity we were lucky
enough to land, and observe them through our time advance machine, right?"
"Correct Tor. Ithink an advance of about twenty ye ars should be sufficient for our purposes, don't you?"
"I concure, fine sir--let us begin!"
As athousand switches are thrown, as half as many di als are set, the time advance machine slowly begins to stir.
Strange lights, stranger sound, issue forth from its cavernous innards as the great machine prepares itself for action
"Alright, Jon, the year is set for 1982. Are you ready to your monitoring post?"
"Ready here, Tor. Let's have a look at these creatures as they will be twenty years hence !"
As the final switch is closed, an awesome crackling, hissing noice breaks the quiet of the afternoon, rising in
pitch and crescendountil it would seem that it could become no louder. Then gradually a decelleration begins and
soon the unearthly roar has become only a muffled rumbling. Then, as suddenly as it began, it stopped, leaving
once again the soft, peaceful sounds of spring to fill the quiet.
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"Well Tor, here we are, the year 1982! Hurry, let's turn on the viascope, Iwant to see what our guinea pigs
are doing now!"
"Patience Jon, everything will be ready in just a second now--there, that last adjustment did the trick. Now
we are ready to step into the future.
As the two scientists stepped out of the confines of their spacecraft and into the world of 1982, they began look-
ing about and busily taking notes, writing them in their notebooks. When they were completed they read like this:
"Wednesday, 30 May, 1982. We began today the observation of our selected group, twenty years after our
initial study. The first thing we noted that had changed considerably was the school itself, but since our study dealt
with only the creatures, we decided not to elaborate on the physical changes in the institution, but to devote our
full time to studying its former members.
The first we encountered was Neil Ramsey,the world's richest 38 year old paperboy. We saw him as he delivered
the afternoon paper to Johnny Trew's barber shop--a well known clip joint. Picking up one of Neil's papers, we
were astonished at the headlines: 'Space Pirates I-Iij ack Moon Rocket.' Reading the accompanying article, we
learned that the notorious Wayne Weems and his band of outerspace outc asts had kidnapped a rocket carrying pas-
sengers to the American Moon Base, and had forced them to take their craft to Weems' hideout on Mars. Some of
his accomplices in this bold act were Jimmy "Spaceman" Tidwell, Vernon "Speedy" Amos, Thomas "Astronaut"
Appleton, and Sandy "Countdown" Chrisman. The famous detectives, Tommy Tompkins, and Ronnie Capps are
trying to track down this clever gang.
In aless obtrusive article we read about the efforts of David Green, the great humanitarian, and his campaign to
stamp out the neutron bomb. Some noted social workers in Green's Society for the Prevention of Destructive War-
fare were Marilyn Bennet, Helen Hefley, Tommy Hart, and Sandra Sullivan. The organization is also supported by
the renowned philosopher, Dr. Rebecca Evans, who is at present making a lecture tour of the United States.
As we read further, we come to the sports section of the paper. Here we learned about the athletic accom-
plishments of some ofoursubjects. We read with much interest, the article 'Back in the Backfield' by Robert Mont-
gomery, the talented quarterback of the Baltimore Colts. In his article, Robert gave much credit for his success
to the team'skey linemen, David Jean, Charles Hocutt, Tommy Downum, George Harvey, and Monty Phelps. Next
to this article was one by Charles Russell, the great Olympic competitor and World's Champion in his event,
Tiddly Winks. Charles has beaten some of the best Tiddly Winks players to come along in the last 15 years. He
attributes his success in the sport to 'Clean living, plenty of practice, and a very strong finger.' We learned that in
Women's Track and Field Events, Carol Brach has just set a new World's record of 23 feet in the Broad Jump. Carol
Sledge has also set a record of 9.9 seconds in the 100 yard dash. She was pursued closely by 5 or 6 members ofthe
men's relay team and ona Tiddly Winksplayer. In another article we learned that the U.S. Women's Basketball
Team has beaten the Russian Women's Team on a 5 game series in Madison Square Garden. The members of our
team were Pat Williams, Pam Reed, Carol Stones, Carolyn Inman, and Patsy Haynes.
As we turned more pages in the paper, we found the society section. Here we read about Jackie Libby's Mas-
querade Ball which she held last week. Some of the noted guests at her party were Barbara Jones, Patty Hover,
Jimmy Cathey, Ronnie Shacklett, Eileen Rose, and Elliot McIntosh. There was also an article about the latest
fashions by the world famous designer, Mary Bell. Modeling some of her latest cre ations were Donna Dean, Cheryl
Wells, Kay White, and Ann Wilson. Reading on we found an advice to the lovelorn column written by Dianne
Bentley. Eagerlyseeking Dianne's advice were Jo Ann Still, Linda Blanton, Joan Decker, Jerolyn Rivers, Elizabeth
Mathews and Donald Green.
Inthe section of Education was an article by the newly appointed dean of Vassar College, Dr. Joan Cunningham.
DI. Cunningham and the board ofdirectors at Vassar, whose members are Linda Alexander, Dianne King, Joan Ken-
nedy, Karyl McMahon, Janet Reese, and Pat Shelton, were discussing the problem of the growing number of boys
who were trying to get into Vassar. Some of the boys who had so far attempted to obtain admission to the college
without success were Richard Reed, Jerry levy, Michael Hayes, Dickey Malone, Buster Yates, and Richard Thomp-
son. Having read the foregoing with curiosity, we turned to the Entertainment section of the paper. Here we re ad
about Jackie Reasonover's new movie, 'l-Iow to Mary a Millionaire,' co-starring Jimmy Gee and Carolyn Cour-
sey, and featuring the hilarious comedy team of Skipper Brown and Doug Mendl. Jackie's movie is sure to be a
success if the well known movie critics, Marion Price and Joyce Moon are correct about its appeal. We also read
that the Four Hearts--Donna Cavender, Clara Chambers, Anita Dunn, and Ann Gentry have recorded a new record
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which is numbertwo on the nationwide hit parade, The number one song is an old favorite, 'My Boomerang Won't
Come Back,' done in a new way by the Sidney Southside Songers, who are none other than Jerry Smith,John
Seiner, George Rodgers, and Mike Iewis. They are accompanied on the record by the 110 piece string band led
by John Nicholson and Llyd Land. In this same section there was a complete listing of party records done by the
well-known comedian, Earl Milburn.
As we read on, we found the general news section. In the area of World Affairs, we learned that John Burnett,
the American Ambassador to Soviet Russia, had just completed a treaty with the Russians regarding American
fishing in the Bering Sea. The Russians had been objecting to the fish expeditions of a group of American seamen,
Ralph Marks, Paul Hutcherson, Roger Jennette, Donald Majors, and Max Peden. In an accompanying picture, we
saw the aides who had helped Mr. Burnett in his tedious negotiations. This corps of diplomats had among its mem-
bers Jimmy Dibble, Gayle Forehand, Thomas Gentry, John Hausman, and Sue Hobgood. In another article telling
about the work of an organization of manufacturers, there were mentioned the names of several prominent Ameri-
can businessmen. Some of them were Charles Wesks, Buford Waggoner, Billy Troxler, and David Vaughn. The
president ofthe organization, Hobart Taylor, was shown pounding his gavel on the heads of his vice -president, John
Ed Smith and Charles Wallace. In the same section, mention was given to the Ladies' Society for Better Govern-
ment. Among its members were Ruth Wilkes, Nancy Wiesehahn, Shirley Watson, Carolyn Phillips, and Lynda
Saunders. The ladies' plan for improving America's government consisted of electing a worn an president. Their
candidate for president was Patty Irwin, and their candidate for vice-president was Jo Ann Parker. Their campaign
managers Shirley Montgomery, Jane Marshall, and Sandra Little, have expressed great optimism in their organiza-
tion's future. As an item of interest there was an article about the two scientists, Charles Dickson and Steven
Alexander. Working as a team, the two have invented an electronic axolotl counter which counts taccuratelyi the
number of axolotls which crawl by it in a day. Unfortunately, Steve and Chuck have been unable to test their in-
vention so far because they haven't been able to find any axolotls. They hinted at the possibility that they might
invent a new machine which will find the axolotls as well as count them.
The last section of the paper which we read was the comic section. In it we read a comic strip written by Joe
Tripp which fe atured the madcap antics of Bob and Tom Withrow.
Having obtained a considerable amount of inform ation from the newspaper, we dropped it in a litter can and
set forth to see the rest of this world first hand, As we walked down the street we saw how successful our subj ects
had been. We see a coffeehouseoperatedby Billy Gregg and William Dunn. looking inside we saw Johnny Hoff-
man standing on a table reciting poetry while Ray Birdsong strummed discordant tones on a battered old guitar.
Lorene Brannon and Mary Coleman were serving them coffee and spoons to eat it with, while Frank Childs, Marie
Craighead, Peggy Doster, and Hugh Ewing sat around and looked very intellectual.
On the other side of the street was a sporting goods store which was owned and operated by Robert Lane, Larry
Jones, and Tommy Rodgers. These gentlemen were busy trying to sell a new type of water ski which can be used
on dryland to Jean Sanders, Janet Scott, Patty Siefert, and Saundra Lawrence. We noticed a sign in the rear of the
store which announced a fishing contest which the management had sponsored. tThe contest had been won by
Regina Stephens who had caught a ten pound walleye in her bathing suit when she fell off a pair of the sthre's new
waterskisi. In the next block we found an art gallery operated by the famous art critic, Gerald Lamberson. Inside,
we saw Patricia Johnson, Edith Mayo, and Pat Thieman adm iring the paintings. Conducting the tour were Carolyn
McClain, and Faye Johnson. The most popular paintings in the exhibit were those by Edna Gooch and Cindy Good-
With our alotted time running out, we were happy to see our work completed, and with little delay we returned
to our time machine and soon were back in the year 1962.
As the two scientists strapped themselves into their seats and prepared to leave this planet Jon said to Tor,
"Well, I think we ought to get an A +for this little bit of research don't you Tor?"
"We shall see about that Jon, at least Iknow that our term paper on the primitive forms of life throughout the
universe will be lOOtZJbetteI."
"Yes, I think so too. But remember Tor, we have still just begun. After all, we've only been working on this
term paper for 270 years, we still have 230 years to go. We can improve it much yet."
With this, a button was pressed and the flying saucer vanished into the infinite darkness of space. And in this
little universe within itself, the two space voyagers turned and shook hands--all three of them.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
Class of 1962
We,the Senior class of Central High School, being of debatable mind and sound body, do hereby make, declare,
publish, and promise to acknowledge this document as our Last Will and Testam ent provided that on a Friday the
thirteenth while there is a total eclipse of the sun we are all run down by a herd of buffalo on Time Square, New
Yo rk .
To the principal and assistant principal, Mr. Lowe and Mr. Levine respectively, we leave the world in which to
look for more studious students than some of us have been.
To the faculty we leave--correction--from the faculty we leave, we know that they couldn't ask for a better
T0 the juniors we leave all our marked up books and desks. We wish them luck as they try to trade them for
nes ones to mark up and give to next year's seniors.
To the sophomores we leave a giant can of Mrs. Hovious's brown temper paint with which to "brown up" their
To the freshmen we leave a life preserver so that they can keep their heads above "C" level.
To the seventh and eighth grades we leave absolutely nothing because we have nothing left to leave. But, since
the eighth grade has seniority, we leave considerably more thing to them than to the seventh.
The following are personal bequeaths:
We, LINDA ALEXANDER, and EDGAR LEROY YANDELL,
leave our abilityto keep the conversation going to Joe
Reasonover and Gayle Black.
I, JIMMY CATHY, leave my dancing ability to Mike
I, DONNA CAVENDER, leave my black hair and brown
eyes to Virginia Cantrell.
I, CLARA LEE CHAMBERS, leave the half of a year that
I spent sewing one dress in Home Ec. to Peggy Wil-
We, MARY COLEMAN and JOAN DECKER, leave our
abilitytopass second year shorthand to Saundra Haus-
man and Lewis Armstrong.
SANDRA GREENE, will my ability to try to be in the
conference room, the office, and the hall at the same
time of Caroll Jackson.
DIANNE KING, will my ability to sing to Mr. Terry
TOMMY TOMPKINS, bequeath my frenzeed fits to
Em ery Grubbs.
KARYLE MCMAHAN, leave after six long years of
WILLIAM DUNN, willmyplace in the Senior Class to
an unsuspecting junior next year.
HUGH EWING, leave my smartness to Roger Hitch-
GERALD LAMBERSON, leave all my troubles to the
ELLIOTT MCINTOSH, leave my used carS'to Jerry
BILLY GREGG, will my ability to confuse people to
PATRICIA ANN SEIFERT, leave my love of pep meet-
ings to Sandra Myers.
DOUG MENDL, bequeath my love of convertibles and
pool to Sam Vaughn.
BOBPOTEETE, leave the gym shorts which Baxter Over-
ton left me last year to Leslie Ladd in hopes that they
will be handed down to posteriority.
ANITA DUNN, leave my place in first year shorthand
to Shirley Sawyers.
, JEWELL ANN GENTRY, leave my height to Carl
, LLOYD LAND, leave!
, ROBERT LANE, leave my worn out trig. book to Joe
I, JOHNNY TREW, will my hot Studebaker and All my
dragging trophies to Neil Chaffin.
PAT WILLIAMS, leave my "gift ofgab" to Janice Estes.
STEVE ALEXANDER, leave my AH-OOO-GAI-l horn
and Bermuda bell to Karsh.
I, "SPEEDY" AMOS, willmyposition as 3rd on the Senior
class roll, to Robert Armstrong.
I, TOMMY APPLETON, leave my bowed legs to Toby
Tyler and my ability to goof off and forget plays to
the entire football team next year.
We, MARY BELL, EILEEN ROSE, and JO ANN STILL,
leave nothing to nobody 'cause we need everything
I, JIMMY DALE BENNETT, leave my respect for Mrs.
Garvin to all incoming juniors.
, MARILYN BENNETT, will my red "bubble" to Tim
, DIANNE BENTLEY,will myposition as co-editor of the
the annual to any junior who is gullible enough to
RAY BIRDSONG, will my seat in Mr. Frizzell's roll
call to Frank Brewer.
I, LINDA BLANTON, leave my place in the Senior class
to Patricia Handly.
We, CAROL BRACH and PATSY HAYNES, leave our
positions on the basketball te am, to Mary Kay Robin-
son and Marilyn Wells. May they uphold our perfect
I, LORENE BRANNON, leave my place in Mr. Frizzell's
room to Edith Brown.
"SKIPPER" ALLEN BROWN,willmy last name to Ver-
CHUCK DICKSON, will my position in the IiF.T. to
SANDY CHRISMAN, will my position in the I.F.T. to
JIMMY GEE, will my position in the I.F.T. to Eddie
DAVID JEAN, will my position in the I.F.T. to Janie
I, JERRY LEVY, will my position in the I.F.T. to Patsy
We, the members of the I.F.T. will an honorary position
in the I.F.T. to Jackie Reasonover who has been trying
so hard to get in.
1,. JOHN BURNETT, leave my notes on solid and trig. to
Mr. Tumey. Maybe he'll learn something.
We, RONALD CAPPS and TOMMY CLARK, leave our
love of the seventh and eighth grades to the future
I, PATTY IRWIN, bequeath my chair in the hall sixth
period to Mrs. Phillips. May she rest in peace.
1, JOHN NICHOLSON, will Central High School to the city
I, CAROL SLEDGE, leave all my mixed up ideas to Vir-
1, ROBERT MONTGOMERY, bequeath my baseball bat
to Donnie Polk.
RUTH WILKES, leave my chair in Mrs. Garvin's Eng-
lish class to Linda Hutcherson.
PAMELA REED, will my used bubble gum to Marilyn
JOHN ED SMITH, leave my ability to pass Spanish to
Tank Bettis. '
MAX PEDEN, bequeath my ability to spin out in
curves to Max Ragsdale.
DICKEY MALONE, 1e ave my athletic ability to Johnny
RONNIE SHACKLETT, will my ability to get 15 yard
penalties to David Mabry.
, ROGER JENNETTE, leave school.
, PAULHUTCHERSON,bequeathmysplendidgood times
to Richard White.
, CAROLYN PHILLIPS,willmylove to Central to whom-
ever deserves it.
I, BETH WALKUP, bequeath my position as captain of
the Majorettes to Shannon Whitley.
JEAN SANDERS, leave my initials to Jimmy South-
CHARLES HOCUTT, leave my tall, dark, and hand-
some self to anyone who can cope with me.
CY BROWNING, leave my convertible to anyone who
can cope with it.
JIMMY DIBBLE, leave my talent for wrecking cars to
SUE HOBGOOD,willmy ability to run from my moni-
tors post to the conference room and back to Patty's
post to Mary Beth Heyboer and Judy Bonds.
SHIRLEY WATSON, leave my seat in drivers training
to anyone who needs to drive, namely Mr. Miles.
MONTY PHELPS, will my musical powers to Jimmy
PATRICIA JOHNSON, leave my dancing ability to
FAYE JOHNSON, leave my typing ability to Janice
SAUNDRA LAWRENCE,1eavemy love of shorthand to
REGINA STEPHENS, leave my shy ways to Shannon
JEROLYN RIVERS, leave my car to Mr. Walker.
JOHNNYHOFFMAN, leave my reckless ways to brother
THOMAS GENTRY, leave my ability to fail to Robert
ELIZABETH MATTHEWS, leave my love of milking
cows to Mr. Frizzell.
DAVID THRUMAN, leave my Spanish ability to Bill
RICHARD THOMPSON,willmy English ability in Mrs.
Garvin's class to Terry Eastland.
CHERYL WELLS, leave my nervousness in English to
GAYLE FOREHAND,willmyhighposition in the Honor
Society to Hilary Hadley.
SHIRLEY MONTGOMERY, will my love of school to
, DAVID GREEN, willmy cowboy spurs to Taylor Bettis.
, MARSHALL NEIL RAMSEY, leave all of my white
shirts and ties to Tommy Steele.
We, JACKIE LIBBY and BARBARA JONES, leave our
quiet and peaceful manner to Linda Hughes and Barbara
, BUFORD WAGGONER, leave my crash making ability
to Jackie Cordell.
, GEORGE HARVEY, leave my desk in American History
to Jack Ragsdale.
BUSTER YATES, leave my trigonometry book to
JOE TRIPP, leave Mrs. Phillips all of my typed papers
with all of the mistakes thereon so that she can make
an example of them next year.
CHARLES RUSSELL, leave my barbells to Mr. Reese
with hopes that he will build himself up as good as
DONALD MAJORS, will my artistic ability to Norman
JOHN SEINER, beque ath my ability to come to every
football practice to Albert Pewitt.
WAYNE W, WEEMS, leave all of my old dress coats
and cigarettes to James R. Southall.
TOMMY DOWNUM, leave my ability to act nutty to
Yvonne Pendergrass and Richard Waggoner.
HOBART TAYLOR,willmymuscles to Joe Drumright.
JIMMY TIDWELL, would like to leave my sneaky ways
to some poor unsuspecting Freshman.
MIKE HAYES, leave my Dodge to anybody that will
BETTY ALIEN, leave my laughs to Peggy Williams.
CHARLES WEAKS, will my fire-fighting ability to
DAVID VAUGHN, will to David Hayes that charged
capacitor in Lonnie Weaver's box in Electronics.
TOMMY ROGERS, le ave my ability to cheat on tests
to Frank Brewer.
CHARLES WALLACE,wi11my ability to get into trou-
ble to all my friends in the band.
BILLY TROXLER, will my red bomb to Billy Dobbins.
LYNDA SAUNDERS, leave my position in the office
to Mrs. Collins.
JOHN HAUSMAN,1eave myjob at Ervin's filling station
to Glyn Berrym an.
PEGGY DOSTER, will my long hair to Janet Miller.
MARIE CRAIGHEAD, willmyred hair to John Richard
RICHARD REED, leave to Jerry Gober my knack for
getting into trouble.
CAROL YVONNE STONES, leave my position onthe
first string basketball team to Mary Kay Robinson.
SANDRA SULLIVAN, will my height to Phyllis Ritten-
EDNA GOOCH, leave my place as senior leader to
Peggy Ann Lee.
CINDY GOODALL, willmy ability to wreck the driver
training car to Merry Christmas.
SANDRA LITTLE, leave my ability to drive to Mr.
JERRY SMITH, willmyability tolearn Americ an His-
tory to Tommy Tripp.
TOM WITHROW, leave my ability to get by with
things to William Lannis.
EARL MILBURN, will my weight to Jesse King.
PAT SHELTON, le ave the pep in pep meetings to the
ANN WILSON, leave my little feet to Phil King.
DONNA HAMM, will my ability to drive to Janet
CAROLYN COURSEY, willmy wish for a red Corvette
to Carol Hall.
CAROLYN INMAN, leave my bashfulness to Sandra
JOYCE MOON, will.
JANET REESE,leave allmy fun in the senior room to
Sandra Hartm an.
MARION PRINCE, leave my last name to Sandra
BOB WITHROW, leave my seat in McClixres to Tim
DONALD GREEN, will a nose guard to Tim Dmmright.
GEORGE RODGERS, JR., leave my seat in Physics
class to some unlucky Junior.
2928 Nolensville Road
Rhea Little "66" Service
Town 81 Country Cleaners
Malone's Lion Service Station
1002 Thompson Lane 81 ngN Railroad
Thompson Lane at Murfreesboro Road
All -Weather Rollerdrome
523 West Thompson Lane
Southall Radio and T.V.
2516 White Avenue
Ray Batts Furniture and Appliances
502 Thompson Lane
Newman's Pure Oil Service
4200 Nolensville Road
4706 Nolensville Road
Your Health is our Aim
Clay's Sporting Goods
Little 8: Steele Hardware Co., Inc.
2614 Franklin Road
CY-79529 or CY-79520
Collis W. Smith Construction Co.
5025 Briarwood Drive
Cooper Realty Company
"Alive With Action"
Williams' Sidco "66" Service
609 Thompson Lane
Fabric Outlet Center
3030 Nolensville Road
Mary Kay Fabric Shop
3312 Nolensville Rd.
3413 Nolensville Road
Anderson Brother's Sinclair Station
Elysian Fields 8: Nolensville Road
Ellis 81 Kidd Funeral Home
2627 Nolensville Road
24 Hour Ambulance Service
Rucker 81 George Gulf Station
Nolensville Road at Thompson Lane
Melrose Drive-In Restaurant
New Look Cleaners
2509 F ranklin Road
Franklin Road Gulf
2411 F ranklin Road
Farrar F urniture Stores
Woodbine, Donelson 81 Bordeaux
28 years in the suburbs
The Central High School P.T.A.
2502 Franklin Road 2412 Lebanon Road
Let "Ralph" do it.
J. P. Brown DrugCo.
417 Gallatin Road CA-79823
2602 Franklin Road CY-24412
1107 Murfreesboro Rd. CH-21787
3907 Nolensville Road VE -26363
Gulf Melrose Station Jones 2i: Currey Photographers
2800 Franklin Road Marion W. Jones James G. Currey, Jr .
CY-79169 VE-24408 VE-27289
Shacklett's Market Little Bros . Shell Service
2111 Nolensville Road 2701 Franklin Road CY-24433
AL-59133 2616 Franklin Road CY-26611
Gas, Oil, Tires, Tubes 81 Batteries
Tusculum Speed Wash
4726 -A Nolensville Road Wiles Hood
Commercial 8: Portrait Photographers
Tusculum Florist 4012 Gallatin Road
Tusculum Shopping Center CA-84352
Murfreesboro Road at Thompson Lane
Castner-Knott Photograph Studio
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