Frayser High School - Aries Yearbook (Memphis, TN)

 - Class of 1959

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We iearnestlys hopefthatithe yyonderhtullilschoolt and Tcommunity spirit, which hasCChiaracterizedgfF,rayser',s,fast deVelopnrlen't, yvillneyer cease, but be Memphiskgreatest pride lg W A N Q 1 . Sli, 9 , K 4 I , . J? yew qty Q 5,1 Y A 43: if-ivug , , WH-, 'l ,yr in 4. w y vw .. K It ,, . , M Q 3' I X f, -. . iiaxft 1 'inf "LU, 'wr .Vx V- , :U f Q.-V . -1, , ,fsmfv 1' ff ?g,--- ' gig' -' . I Q ,,.. 'w . ' fp4'jig W' ft' th , s 1 ' " . ,,..,Z,. xp QE Q , A , I, is ,. , n M, Q. K ,K V 'r-,if-4,5 lf' - X' "M lug. 5 4 :q'oNg4 xg x I UN-+6 . k.k K " .,, f -f K W In 'Mtn Wu J I 4. 'Q - . . Thiseditio .Q A ' if 7 g E mqxihe peopte Offraysefzfof 3 fi ' . P'f6f uf zweff ,- . , , - +- K.. , .ffiig S' xi' Lexx. f. Z 33' '5.JQ?T L , F,ray5el" 5 4 U 0 F W 5 .vs-x xg.. 4' - . 1- A 27 1: 9 ,? M2O5der?ul W w 5 mu . Q' 4 + 4 A 'f ' ,vwffii ' fvwh-ch We f are ' w V - f :.:-ff..-fv. 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WGJSGWNVREWWWZEQXYKMM SWS Rugby Shopping Center iOverton Crossing Roadi FRA YSER 'ff' .,'T ti' . 1.3 Q ,L ,,wwq..,- Y . -' 'I- Alta Vista Shopping Center lWatkinsD The Point Shopping Center iHighway 51 J Frayser Independent Methodist Church SPIRITUAL 1 Frayser Presbyternan Church .Frayser Baptist Church West Frayser Baptist Church Rugby Park Assembly of God Church FRA YSER ., , :,f'1ii' " '77 9: 'ff'.,f1f'i1'1k ll 71 f . . E C ,ji , :ly lf2'T5'5" N' A l' u f ' 7 flv-vw "fi" t'?fQgi1,:3S3i.1:,f,"f,-, .rw ,,,..l,, MQ, fv -its ' W, .a:1"5,' 2 ,, ,. X Pleasant Valley Baptrst Church gwilia Church of Christ Frayser Ba ptsst Church RECREATIONAL X Frayser Community Center Frayser Drive-In Frayser High School Athletic Field FRA YSER North Gale Theatre l g Frayser Swimming Pool Frayser Bowling Alley INDUSTRIAL Torna Steel flip TL E. L. Bruce Company Firestone Tire and Rubber Company International Harvester Company all FRA YSER Grace Chemical Company Humko in-1 E. I. 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K .X , vw Q v F xkr I ff M. , A ,., X Y E4 El - 5 ff' w Q3 f , 2, 'Z . w ,ahifih in mfr, 5 , N fb ., , 4 15" fl , 'I ,M f gi," Q . fm if We W sw an 7 , 5, .gf as ,Sf .Mg DIGNITY 5-Fin' a ENGLISH MRS. LOIS E. MCHAFFIE is new at F.H.S. this year, but she is not a newcomer in the Teaching profession. Mrs. McHaffie is a graduate of Holyoke High in Massa- chusetts. Her B.S. degree was received at Mary Wash- ington College of the University of Virginia. She did her graduate work at North Adams State College and the University of Massachusetts. She has taught in Maine, Vermont, and Massachusetts. Mrs. McHaffie sponsors the Tri-Hi-Y and the Teen-age Book Club, is secretary of the 51 North Civic Improvement Club, and belongs to the First Church of Christ Scientist of Memphis. Her main hobby is taking care of her two year old daughter Mary Jane and she always enioys a good swim. Q2 MRS. WILLIAM B. LEFFLER has always liked variety. She was born in Birmingham, l b d t the a e of four moved to Amarillo Texas where she finished high Aa ama, an a g , , school. She did her freshman college work at Birmingham-Southern, attended South- western in Memphis during her sophomore and'iunior years, and then transferred to Northwestern University her senior year to get her B.S. degree. Mrs. Leffler taught ' ' ' ' h M.A. from speech for three years at Whitehaven High before she quit to receive er Mem his State. She came to F.H.S. in 1953, where she teaches senior English and P sponsors the Student Council. Outside of school Mrs. Leffler is busy with her husband, ' h t o ear who is judge of the General Sessions Court, her four year old son Steve, er w y old daughter Elise, and her many affiliations with Union Avenue Methodist Church. JOHN HESTER came to F.H.S. three years ago as an English teacher, but the department is fast losing a good teacher to the Speech Department. Mr. Hester was born in Fulton, Mississippi, and finished high school at lndianola, Mississippi. He holds a B.S. degree from Delta State in Cleveland, Mississippi. His interests are so many and so varied that he is about the busiest bachelor we know. He 'is either playing the organ, teaching a Sunday School class, counting the money for Frayser Baptist Church, coaching a play to be given by the Thespian Society which he sponsors, or watching ing. The wonderful part is he does all well. l some athletic event in which Frayser High is participat- MRS. LEON M. STEVENSON is always calm, cool, and collected. She was born in Birming- ham, Alabama, where she graduated from Phillips High and Birmingham-Southern. She taught at the Mountain Brook School in Bir- mingham before coming to Germantown. This is Mrs. Stevenson's third year of teach- ing at F.H.S. Her favorite class must be the iuniors as she sponsors the class and teaches junior English. Mr. Stevenson, principal of F.H.S., Mrs. Stevenson, their two daughters Betsy and Mary Frances, and their son Bill are all active in the affairs of Schoolfield Methodist Church. Their oldest son Leon, Jr. is a Navy pilot. MRS. L. FRANK HORTON is now teaching her thirtieth year. She was born h d h' h hool at Brownwood High attended in Canyon, Texas. She finis e ig sc , Texas U. and Southern Methodist, and received her B.A. from West Texas College. Mrs. Horton had taught for thirteen years in Amarillo, Texas, before she moved to Millington in 1942. She also taught at E. E. Jeter before coming to F.H.S. Her love is torn between the classes of English in the ninth grade d the seniors Mrs Horton is a senior sponsor and also sponsors the year- an . . book. Her interests are many, especially where F.H.S. is concerned. l MRS. EURA CASTELLAW was born in Trenton, Tennessee, and graduated from nearby Walnut Grove High School. She holds a B.A. degree after attending Union University and Lambuth College. Mrs. Castellaw's experiences with teaching in Georgia, Tennes- see, Arkansas, and Missouri are as varied as her hobbies: flowers, dramatics, and reading. This is the third year she has taught ninth grade English at F.H,S. AL CLEMENS was born in Scottsboro, Alabama, where he gradu- ated from high school. After receiving his B.A. from the Univer- sity of Alabama he spent twenty-five years teaching Physical Education and English in Alabama, Mississippi, and Southwestern College at Memphis, before coming to F.H.S. four years ago. Mrs. Clemens teaches at Snowden. They have two daughters and two grandchildren. His daughter is the fourth generation of school teachers in Mr. Clemens's family. "Coach" divides his attentions between Trinity Methodist Church and the World of Sports when he is not too busy with tenth grade English. l MRS. MABLE V. CUVILLIER is fast deserting the eleventh grade English de- partment for the fast growing Spanish department. She was born in Water Valley, Mississippi, but moved to Memphis at an early age where she attended Lauderdale School and graduated from Southside High School. Mrs. Cuvillier has taught in Memphis, on the Gulf Coast, and in Paris, France. Her hobbies include watching TV dramas, attending stage plays, and speaking foreign languages, her chief interest is Carol, her little four and one half year old daughter. LIBRARY KENNETH S. MAYS was born in Chester County, where he taught before coming to F.H.S. two years ago. He had also taught in Hardeman County, Tennessee, l and Walnut, Mississippi. Mr. Mays holds B.A. and M.A. degrees. He belongs to several professional organizations. The Frayser Baptist Church is where Mr. Mays and his family of four children attend church. MRS. BETTY SMITH was librarian at F.H.S. for the first time this year. She has had a wide variety of experience in her field. Mrs. Smith has a fine family, all of whom enjoy reading. Mr. Smith is a pastor. LA TIN SPANISH MRS. GLADYS M. FINCH has been teaching at F.H.S. for nine years. She not only enioys teaching, but also enjoys sponsoring the Latin Club. She was born in Barlow, Kentucky, finished high school at a iunior college, M.C.l.F., in Jackson, Tennessee, and graduated from Union University with a B.A. degree. Since 19111, Mrs. Finch has taught in various schools in Kentucky and Tennessee. Mrs. Finch is not only a mother of three, but also has nine grandchildren. She belongs to the First Evangelical Church. MRS. MABLE V, CUVILLIER also teaches English. She sponsors the Spanish Club and is also an eleventh grade sponsor. This is Mrs. Cuvillier's eighth year to teach. BUSINESS in 59: s 4,o4g x 45 EDUCATION l i n 1 " 2:2 F N, Iifltgggi i MRS. AUGUSTA W. HAASE, although a native of Tennessee, graduated from high school in Fulton, Kentucky. She re- ceived her B.A. degree from Bowling Green College of Commerce, and did her graduate work at New York Univer- sity. Mrs. Haase taught in North Carolina, Connecticut, and New York City before coming to F.H.S. three years ago, She spends most of her time with her seven yea' old daughter, Dixie Ann, and attends the Church of Christ. VILLARD A. EAST was born in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, however, he moved to Missouri ,at an early age. He graduated from high school at Cooter, Missouri. He attended Arkansas State and re- ceived his B.A. and M.A. degrees from Memphis State. Mr. East was in the Navy three years before he started teachTng school at Bolivar, Tennessee. This is Mr. East's second year at F.H.S. This year he transferred from the social studies department to the com- mercial department. Mr. East belongs to the Methodist Church and his hobbies are his four month old son, reading, bridge, and fishing. MISS CAROLYN ROBERTS has been teaching commercial subiects at F.H.S. for two years. She lives in Shelby County near Millington, E where she graduated from high school. She I 4, f received her B.S. degree from Bethel Col- - 7 lege. Miss Roberts is a member of the Cum- berland Presbyterian Church and always en- ioys a good game of tennis and horseback riding. T H A 7 , FJ! f SCIENCE I 3 s,. 1 A tlf X it . if c - ,gm Ji LEONARD C. BOWERS, from Union City, Tennessee, at- tended Hall-Moody Junior College in Martin, Tennessee, and Millsaps College at Jackson, Mississippi. He taught in Weakley County and was principal of Hornbeak High School and Tiptonville High School before coming to Fray- ser High seven years ago. Mr. Bowers has three sons: Leonard C. of Irving, Texas, Billy Ray of Millington and Claude Dale, an alumnus of F.H.S., novv attending Mem- phis State. JAMES B. DUNLAP never becomes bored with life as he is always busy buying beautiful cars. At the present time he owns a pink Thunderbird. Mr. Dunlap was born in Bentonville, Arkansas, but moved to Memphis and graduated from Central High, received his B.S. from the University of Tennessee, and his M.A. from Memphis State, He had taught at Ripley, Hurnes High, and Collierville before coming to F.H.S. six years ago. Along with beautiful cars his hobbies are fishing and flying airplanes. iwwm NOBLE HICKS, JR. was nessee, where he graduated from high school. He selected Southwestern at Memphis from which to obtain his B.S. de- gree. Mr. Hicks has been teaching science at F.H.S. for two years. Although he is married and has five little girls, he is able to find time for his favorite recreations, archery, gardening, all sports, and attends the Presbyterian Church. born and raised in Dyersburg, Ten- O. Z. STEPHENS, JR. was born in Matton, Illinois, and attended school there. He received his B.S. degree from Eastern Illinois University, and his M.A. from Memphis State. This is Mr. Stephens' fourth year to teach biology at F.H.S. His two daughters, Brenda Jean and Lori Melinda, take much of his time, but he still finds time to enioy all sports. Mr. Stephens attends Evergreen Presbyterian Church. MISS RUTH BRIDGER, sponsor of the Beta Club and a senior spon- sor, has taught math at F.H.S. for nine years. She graduated from high school at Bells, Tennessee, the community in which she was born. She earned her B.A. degree from Blue Mountain College and her M.A. from George Peabody. Miss Bridger's hobbies are sewing and music, and she is active in the Baptist Church. MISS ETHELDRA COX was born in Jackson, Mississippi, and attended high school in Macon, Mississippi. After graduating she attended All Saints Junior College, but transferred to her Alma Mater, the University of Mississippi, where she was a member of Delta Gamma Sorority. She is now working on her M.A. at Memphis State. This is Miss Cox's first year at F.H.S. . where she teaches first year Algebra. She also WILLIAM Rf .MIDDLETON was born In Mem phis and finished Central High. He holds a B.S. and M.A. from Memphis State. His newest hobby is a young son but he still attends St. Mary's Episcopal Church. MATHEMATICS xx" 'N OSCAR J. NORRIS, SR. finished Central High and obtained his B.A. and M.A. degree from Memphis State. He has taught mat'h at F.H.S. for seven years, but the teaching of physics is pushing 'the math department aside. Mr. Norris belongs to many interesting organiza- tions, and shooting, music, study of math, reading detective stories, and astronomical observations are a few of his many. interesting hobbies. His only child John is a iunior student at M.U.S. The family attends the Episcopal Church. MRS. VIRGINIA W. HICKS, wife of Noble Hicks, and one of F.H.S.'s math teachers, was born in Memphis, attended Central High and received her B.A. from Southwestern. This is Mrs. Hicks' second year at F.H.S. She belongs to the First Presbyterian Church and her most important hobbies are her five little daughters. enioys boating and water skiing along with many other sports. Mr. and Mrs. Middleton attend St. Mary's. INDUSTRIAL H. D. BRADY was born in Illinois. He tin- ished high school at Windsor, Illinois. Mr. Brady received his B.S. and M.A. degree from Indiana State. He is a member of Evergreen Presbyterian Church. His hobbies are various sports. He is married and has two daughters. Q. gc. e s , I ltlvj, x 'V ein 1 1 READ1NG W. BLACK, JR. was born in Deming, New Mexico. He graduated from EI Paso High School, at El Paso, Texas. Mr. Black spent twenty years in the Navy. He received his degree from Memphis State. This is Mr. Black's first year at F.H.S. He taught at Whitehaven in 1958-59. His hobbies are fishing and any type of woodwork. He attends the Presbyterian Church at Kerrville, Ten- nessee. SOCIAL STUDIES ARTS RAYMOND JERRY OWEN has' taught at F.H.S. for three years. He completed his high school work in Dyersburg, Tennessee. He served in the army before getting his B.S. and M.A. degree from Memphis State. Mr. Owen belongs to the American Legion and is a member of the Church of Christ. DON MUSSER finished high school in Filer, Idaho. He attended Idaho Southern College of Education, and received his B.S. and M.A. degree from Memphis State. Mr. Musser taught for 'four years in Idaho before coming to F.H.S. eight years ago. His hobbies are singing and opera. He sings in the choir at Lindenwood Christian Church. Mr. Musser sponsors the Youth for Christ Club at F.H.S. PAUL WOODARD is a graduate of Trezavant High School at Trezavant, Tennessee. He attended Lambuth College before he received his B.S. and M.A. degree from Mem- phis State. Mr. Woodard served with the Marines during World War Il and was with the Army in Korea. He now holds a First Lieutenant Commission in the National Guard. The Army schools and reserve camps usually keep Mr. Woodard busy in the summer, but his two year old daughter takes care of him in the winter. 2.5 MISS FRANCES HOBACK finished at Tech High School and received her B.S. and M.A. degree from Memphis State. She has taught Health and Physical Education at F.H.S. for seven years. Miss Hoback sponsors the Cheerleaders and also works at the Frayser Community Center, With all these and more activities she still makes time to be a very active member of Taylor Memorial Christian Church. HEALTH PHYSICAL EDUCATION I af I IX . P5 ' Q I i , N t-S X I I ,I I' 3- X , Ny r-I. . ,' ll HUGH S. HATHCOCK is completing his third year as football coach at F.H.S. He graduated from Humes High and received his B.S. from Memphis State. Golf is his favorite hobby, however, he never forgets football, basketball, track, and base- ball. With all these varied interests he still spends much of his time with his son and daughter. JAMES ARMSTRONG was born in Wilson A kansas. After graduating from Humes High he attended Mississippi State for two years and P then spent two years at Memphis State where he received his B.S. degree. This is his first year at F.H.S. Football is his hobby. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong lead a very active life as he is a Health and Physical Education teacher and she Q' N.. 9' V JOHN CLAYTON finished Collierville High School, at- tended North West Junior College for two years, and got his B.S. at Memphis State. "Coach" spent two years in the Army. He taught at Bartlett before com' teaches Ballet. ilu - wo, ing to F.H.S. He enioys all sports except golf. He belongs to the JC's at Raleigh and attends the Baptist Church. MRS. DOROTHY G. WILLIAMS finished high school at Union Springs, Alabama, and received her B.S. degree from Troy State Teachers College, Troy, Alabama. Before coming to F.H.S. this year she had taught in Florida and Alabama. Most of Mrs. Williams' time is taken up by her daughter Nancy, and her son Andy. She still finds time for cooking and bridge, her hobbies. Her favorite sports are tennis and bowling but she enioys watching football and baseball. She is an active member of Union Avenue Methodist Church. HOMEMAKING MISS HAL JOHNSON DOUGLAS graduated from Central High School, and then obtained a Vocational Home Economics degree from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee. Miss Douglas came to F.H.S. from Bartlett in l953. This year, during the Christmas holidays, she was in a terrible automobile wreck iust outside the city limits of Dallas, Texas, and has had to spend most of the year in and out of the hospital. Fortunately, Miss Douglas is making a remarkable recovery. Miss Douglas is a member of many profes- sional organizations and spends her spare time working with young people at school and at the Madison Heights Methodist Church. l l MRS. LESSIE CAROTHERS, who has been teaching at F.H,S. for three years, was born in Taylor, Mississippi, where she graduated from high school. She holds a B.S. and an M.A. degree from Ol' Miss. Mrs. Carothers is active in the Eastern Star, the Baptist Church and many professional organizations. Her favorite pastime is sewing. 2 it DO YOU RATE? M? .S fm MRS SALLY HERRINGTON was born in Hattiesburg Mississippi where she graduated from high school She received her BS and MA degree from Mississippi Southern in Home Economics Education. She taught in southern Mississippi before coming to F.H.S. two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Herrington attend the Episcopal Church. Reading, sewing and trying new recipes are t ,vt ogg af her hobbies. MRS. KATHLEEN R. GRAVES came to F.H.S. seven years ago after teaching in Henderson County and at Millington. She received her B.S. degree from Memphis State and later re- ceived her B.S. in Vocational Home Economics from the University of Tennessee. Mrs. Graves is an active member of the Springdale Civic Club, Bellevue Baptist Church and several professional associations, Flower-raising is her year- round hobby. MUSIC VOCAL BAND MRS. CHESTER SHIELDS, born in Memphis, graduated from Central High, School, received her B.S. and M.A. degrees from Memphis State, and also graduated from Theodore Bohlmann School of Music and Juilliard Music School in New York City. She maiored in choral conducting and group voice training. Mrs. Shields taught at Holly- wood Junior High before coming to F.H.S. this year. Mrs. Shields belongs to the Beethoven Club, is on the Board of Directors of the Memphis Opera Theater, and attends the Highland Heights Presbyterian Church, where she directs the choir. SECRETARIES 'W l A 5 .3 ai m' l , g XY y 1 Xi' l up B W. R. PETREMAN really traveled before coming to F.H.S. nine years ago. He was born in Zion, lllinois, graduated from Evander High School, New York City, received his B.A. de- gree from Ouachita Baptist College, Arkadelphia, Arkansas, and taught in Texarkana, Arkansas. Mr. Petreman belongs to many professional organizations and is a member of the Frayser Baptist Church, where he is choir director. He is married and has two children, Claire Elaine and Paul. MRS. LAURA ELIZABETH FRANKLIN is one of the most widely traveled secretaries in the system. Her family, which includes two sons, take to the highways and water- ways every summer. Mrs. Franklin was educated in Knoxville, Tennessee, where she graduated from Central High School. She also graduated from Draughon's Busi- ness College in Memphis. She has been in the office of F.H.S. since 1953. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin and sons are all active members of the Evergreen Presbyterian Church. MRS. BLANCH BARNETT graduated from high school i Arlington, Tennessee, where she was born. After attendin Memphis State Mrs. Barnett taught in Tipton County, an at Lucy, and Frayser Central. She is a very active mama. of Schoolfield Methodist Church. FREDDIE SANDIDGE Senior N-X Qs' N T' PAT STEELE Senior BOBBY BROWN CECIL BRANDON JOAN ALDER Semof Senior Senior SUSAN BOULVVARE Sophomore MARY ALICE BARNHARDT Sophomore JUDY HOLDER CAROLYN MITCHELL Junior Junior 'VX "Winn-"' MRS. L. F. HORTON Sponsor ALLAN MCADAMS Senior PHOTOGRAPHERS GARY BALDWIN Sophomore Allan GARY PENDLETON Senior 1 xiii 'A WHN - JY . .2' V . Q.-if 5 1 Q ,. +, 1" 5 lf Q 5? NX i f . Q I 4' gf . 4 Q , - ,, irggf V , Fl A j 'X' Atv' ' 3:1 Q 7 in 'K A N 1. 1 fcw5'g: ' K A wg a. 6 n X KIS 2.153 Ilww Mx H I uhm' Mui My HMM MODERN ii ff Rl l F' E . Y. lil ll 19-,vu . .Jf SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Joan Alclcr Ndriiv Pfvlllrlf? Allan McAdams Gerald Dmksgou TIOJSH SCCVCYGW Presldenf Vice Promclenl gi shi, A 'X .Fl sux MAVERINE ABLES: F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Y.F.C., Jr, Red Cross 2, H. Room Sec'y. 3. DOROTHY SUE ABSHURE: Lafayette, La., High School 2, 3. JOAN ELIZABETH ALDER: Cheerleader l, 4, Latin Club l, Dramatic Club l, 2, Treas. 3, 4-H l, 2, Beta Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, H. Room V. Pres. 2, Chaplain 4, Student Council 3, 4, Sec'y. 4, Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, G.A.A. Council l, Band Sweetheart Alternate 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Class Treas. 4, Youth Congress 4, Senior Girl of the Month, Mr. and Miss Frayser Court 4, English Award Finalist 3. Qw- Ui. , X, ' A Q i . 'citrrf , BRUCE FRANKLIN ARNETT: Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 4: Library Club l, 2, 3, 4, Safety Council l, 2, Science-Math Club 4. GAIL REGINA ATKINS: F.H.A. 2, 3, Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Library Club l, 2, Monitor 4. RONALD STEVE ATKINSON: Hi-Y 2-4, Football lf Science,Math Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, Y.F.C. 2, 4, Junior Achievement 2, Top Ten Salesman, Production Mgr. ' 1 NHQJVMB, ll R' H-3' ROSCOE C. BECK, Science Club l, 2, 3, Student Council 1, 2, Hi.Y 4, Bama, Cpl. i, T. sgf, 2, Drill sgi. 3, First Lt., Council, Drill Sgt. 3, 4. ROBERT J. BEESON: Science Club l, 4-H l, Hi-Y 2, 4, Student Council l, Monitor 4, Jr, Red Cross 2, Senior Canteen Cont. 4, Y,F.C. 3, Basketball l. ROSE MARIE BENNETT: Bellevue l, Central 2, 3, Foot' ball Queen Alternate 4. , f X ' . 2 " 9 SG: BEVERLY IRENE ANDERSON: F.H,A. 3, Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, 4, F.G.A.A. l, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Beta Club 3, 4, Jr, Red Cross 4, Band Sweetheart Alternate, Com- mercial Club 4. GEORGE LEROY ANDERSON, JR.: Norfolk, Va. 2, Mil- lington 3, Track 4. FARRIS L. ARCHIBALD: Ross l, Central 2, Jr. Red Cross 4, Monitor 4. Y' if 6 t JOHN THOMAS BAIRD: Latin Club l, 2, Pres, 3, Science Club l, 2, V. Pres. 3, Class Scc'y. 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3, V. Pres. 3, Beta Club 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross l, 2, Student Council l, 3. MARTHA JEANNE BARRETT: 4-H l, F.H.A. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, H. Room Treas. 3, 4, Harvest Festival Alternate 3, Football Queen Alternate 4, Independent Basketball 2, Commercial Club 4. LINDA EVON BARTON: FC: A.A. l, Y.F.C. 2, 3, 4, F.H,A. 2, 3, Treas. 4, Band Sweetheart Alternate, Tri- Hi-Y 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, Commercial Club V. Pres. 4, Mr. and Miss Frayser Court 4. .14-u-.4"'i, an 1 M if s vg-, ja .- -.K N ..'-v MARY RUTH BISHOP: Y.F.C. I, 2, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Trcas. First Period, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Frayser Central Basket- ball Team 3. PATRICIA FRANCES BLAINE: F.H.A. 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Historian 3, V. Pres, A, Tri-Hi-Y Basketball 4, Ram's Horn I, Sports Club 3, Dramatic Club 3, Pep Club 3. BETTY MAE BOMAR: F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C. I, 2, A, A-H I, 2, Dramatic Club 3, Dramatic Speech Club 4, Apprentice Tltespian A, S MU-1. HERBERT ELTON BERRY, JR.: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball l, 4, Rams' Club 3, Sec'y. 4, Basketball I, Mgr, 2, H. Room Tres. I, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, 4, Harvest Festival Court 3. TRUMAN ELIZABETH BILLINGS: Bolton I, 2, 3, F.H.A. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Student Council 4. FRANK H. BILLIONS aw wi i-fT1j"" I LINDA FAY BROWN: Dramatic Speech Club 4, Student Council Monitor A, A-H I, Apprentice Tltespian 4, Y,F.C. A, F.H.A. 2, 3, A, Parliamentarian, Second Period A. MONROE WILSON BROWN: Class Sec'y. I, H. Room Pres. I, Hi-Y I, ROBERT LAMOINE BROWN: Latin Club I, 3, Annual Staff 3, 4, Stuclcnt Council 4, Beta Club 3, H. Room V. Pros. I. CECIL MILER BRANDON, JR.: Beta Club 2, 3, 11, An- nual Statt I, 2, 3, A, Science Club I, Rarns' Club I, 2, 3, 4, Football Mgr. I, 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross 3, Alternate in Mr. and Miss Frayser Court. ROY BRITT, JR.: Basketball Mgr. 3, H. Room V. Pres. 4, Student Council A. JACKIE LAWRENCE BROADDUS: Science Club 2, 3, Math-Science Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Beta Club 2, 3, Business Mgr. 4. we-uv 'thief' qw--M' MARTHA JEANNETTE BURROW: A-H I, Y.F.C. I, 2, Ram's Horn 2, 3, Shakespearean Oration Society A. MARY FRANCES BYRD: F.H.A. 2, H. Room Pres. I, V. Pres. 2, Treas. 3, Sec'y. A, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Debate Team I, Cheerleader A, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, Social Studies Club, Pres. 3, Sigma Omega Sigma A, Apprentice Thes- pian 4, May Day Court 2, Mr. and Miss Frayser Court A, Ram's Horn 4, Broadway Theatre League A, Y.F.C, I, 2, 3, Sports Club 3,-Sox Dance Committee 3, G.A.A. I, A-H I, 2, Science Club I, Prom Committee 3, Dance Party A. VERNON TRAVIS BYRD PHYLLIS PATRICIA CALLICOTT, Humes I, 2, 3, Tri-Hi- Y 4, Shakespearean Oration Society, Sergeantfat-Arms 4. CHARLENE CAMPBELL: F.H.A. I, 2, Historian 3, Y.F.C. I. WILLIAM JEFFERSON CARPENTER 9115 gmt' JACK ARTHUR CHIDESTER: Band I, 2, 3, 4, First chair drum 2, 3, 4, Second Lt. Percussion 3, First Lt. Percus- sion 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Y.F.C. 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Science Club I, 2, Dramatic Club 2, Dramatic Speech Club 4. JERRY CARL CHIPMAN: Band I, 2, 3, Student Council I, Beta Club 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, V. Pres. 3, Dramatic Club 2, V, Pres. 3, Thespian Society 4, H. Room V. Pres. I, Dramatic Speech Club 4. FREDA ANN CLANTON: F.H.A. I, 2, Beta Club 3, 4, Y.F.C. 3, 4. ,7 -5' BRENDA SUE CARROLL: F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C. 4. REBECCA LORINE CAUGHRON: Y.F.C. I, 2, 3, H, Room Sec'y, I, 4-H I, 2, Jr. Red Cross 2, 4, Sec'y. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Ram's Horn I, 2, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, Shakespearean Oration Society Treas. 4. ANNA JEAN CHANCE: F.H.A. 2, 4, wr' t.,-'-we . 'sf' NX '77 Goreom JEAN comms. F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, r.F.A.A, 1, Y.F.C. 3, 4. BRENDA CAROLYN COPELAND: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Cheer- leader Co-Captain I, 3, Class Pres. I, H. Room Pres. 1, V. Pres. 4, Student Council I, 2, Girls' V. Pres. 3. 4, Dramatic Club Pres. 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3. GEORGE HUGH CREWS: Kingsbury I, 2, Latin 4, Span- ish Club, Reporter 3, 4, Math I, 2, 3, Science Club I, 2, Math-Science Club 4, Y.F.C. 3, 4. fig rn qv, I ll c W ii i'il he CATHY JEAN COCKRELL: Dramatic Club I, 2, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Y.F.C. 2, 3, 4, 4-H I, 2, Monitor 4, HERBERT WAYNE COLEMAN: Latin Club I, 2, 4, 4-H I, Student Council 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Dramatic Speech Club 4, Apprentice Thespian 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, M.C. Thespian Tapping 4, Y.F.C. 1, '?, 3. ..-IOMAS WILLIAM COLEMAN: Band I, 2, 3, 4. iw! ' I Q' x.-f'.- L- 'P w JEFFERY LYNN DAVIS: Latin Club l, 2, 3, 4, 4-H l, Hi-Y 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Dramatic Speech Club 4, Y.F.C. 2, 3, Library Club 3, Apprentice Thespian 4. BOYCE WOODROW DE LASHMIT: Track 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Rams Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, H. Room, President 3, 4. ROBERT LLEWLYN DENTON ar S f-- ma , ROBERT DOUGLAS DIX: Baseball l, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, H. Room, Pres. 2, Treas. 4, Witch's Club 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANNE DUNEHEW: E.l'l.A. 2, State Rep. 3, V, Pres, First Period 4, Latin Club l, 2, 3, Y,F.C. 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, H. Room V. Pres. 3. MARY ANN EDWARDS: Commercial Club 4, Y.F.C. 4. -35: MARY VIRGINIA "GINGER" CROUCH: Latin Club l, 2, 3, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Math Club 2, Dramatic Club 2, Sec'y. 3, Dramatic Speech Club 4, Sports Club 3, Thes- pian 4, H. Room Sec'y. 2, 3, Student Council 4, Tri- Hi-Y 3, 4, ERNESTINE CUMMINGSQ H. Room Treas. l, Sec'y. 4. JERRY WHIT DAVIDSON: Beta Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Bancl 2, 3, Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4, Ram's Horn 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. V "N-QT NA' THOMAS ROSS DEW: Math Club 3, Science Club 3, Math-Science Club 4. GERALD DICKSON: Football l, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Rams' Club 3, 4, Science Club l, H. Room, Pres. 2, Chaplain """'f ---M 4, Class Officer, Pres. 3, V. Pres. 4. CHARLES RICHARD DINWIDDIE 4l"" war: 5.2 ich? SANDRA AUGUSTA EDWARDS: Latin Club l, V. Pres. 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi4Y 2, 3, F.H.A. I, 2, State Convention 3, Secretary 3, First Period Pres. 4, F.H.A. State Chorus 3, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4-H I, 2, G.A.A. l, Home Ec Award 3, Mid-South Fair Model 3, 4, Home Ec Fashion Show l, 2, 3, Y.F.C. 'l, 2, Mr. and Miss Frayser Court 4, Band Sweetheart Alternate 2. EDWARD CHARLES FELKINS: Bono, Arkansas I, 2, Track 3, 4. CHET VERDIER FELTS: C.B.C. l, 2, Castle Heights 3, Hi-Y 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Shakespearean Oration Society 4. THOMAS LEON FINNEY DAVID A. FLEMING: Track 2, 3, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Rants' Club 2, 3, -1, Student Council 11, Baseball I, Basketball I, A-H I, 2, Hervest Festival Alternate 3, NANCY ANN FORTUNE: F.H,A, 2, 3, F.G.A.A, 2, Spanish Club 2, V. Pres. 3, Class Officer V. Pres Sec'y. 3, -1, Football Queen, May Day Queen Alternate I, 2, Harvest Queen 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Beta Club 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Band Sweetheart Alternate I. .2, Qu -, mr Q 'S Y' cs, 3'1" - ,,.r: X- JUDITH ANN GINGRICH: Eldorado, Illinois, High School I, 2, 3, Tri Hi-Y 4, Jr. Red Cross A. CHARLES EDWARD GIPSON: Track 3, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, H. Room Pres. 2, V. Pres. A, Hi-Y 2. SALLY GRAY GOODWIN: Sports Club 3, Cheerleader I, Jr. Red Cross I, H. Room Sec'y, I, 2, F.G.A.A, I, 2, Ran1's Horn 2, All-County Chorus 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, A, F.H.A. 3, 4, First Period Sec'y. 4. CHARLES RUDOLPH HANSON: Track 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, Hi-Y 3, Treas, 4, Future Teachers Club 4. SAMUEL STEVE HARRISON CYNTHIA J. HAWES: Latin Club I, 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, A, Science-Math Club 2, Sec'y,- Treas. 4, ii. be .4--"" 4, NANCY JEANNE FOSTER: Great Mills I, SI. Mary Academy 2, Spanish Club 4. MARTHA JEAN FOX: Student Council A. JIMMY FRANKLIN GAINES: Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball I. -".-E? HUGH WINFORD GRAY F.G,A,A, I, 2, Sports Club 3. MAMIE RUTH HALES, Lebanon, Tennessee, Chickasaw, Alabama I, Pensacola, Florida, Tate, Alabama 2, Tate, Alabama, Mobile, Alabama 3, F.H.S. Band 4. Wi PRISCILLA ANN GRINDERQ A-H I, 2, Y,F.C. I, 2, ...ati KAREN LEE HENDERSON: Latin Club 2, Beta Club 2, 3, Commercial Club 3, SHARON KAY HENDERSON: Latin Club 2, Latin Award 2, Beta Club 2, 3, Commercial Club 3. GERALDINE HICKS: Y.F.C. I, 2, Ram's Horn 2, Spanish Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball 3, Sports Club 3, Coml mercial Club 4, Glee Club 2, H. Room Sec'y. 4. QP" nv ALICE JANE HODNETTQ 4-H I, 2, F,H.A. 4, Y.F.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Commercial Club 4, Student Coun- cil I, F.G.A.A. 2. SANDRA JOY HOLLAND, Band Sweetheart I, F.G.A.A. I, 2, 4-H I, 2, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C. I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Sec'y. 3, Basketball 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, H. Room Sec'y. I, Treas. 3, Ram's Horn 2, Pep Club 3, Ot"Iice Staff 4, Commercial Club 4. DOROTHY JOAN HOPPER: Y.F.C. I, 2, F.H.A, 2, 3, Treas. 4, Jr. Red Cross I, 2, Dramatic Club 3, Ram's Hom Treas. 2, Pep Club 3, Office Staff 4, Commercial Club 4. , EM CHARLES LEE HAYLEY: 4-H I, Hi-Y 4, Track I, Beta Club 3, 4. FRANCES HAYNES: Commercial Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Treas. 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Jr, Red Cross I, H. Room Treas. I, F.G.A,A. I, 2, Office Staff 4. PEGGY JO HELMS: F.H.A. I, 4, Monitor 4, Commercial Club 4. '6 ' AUBREY EARL HINES: Football I, Baseball I, 2, Hi-Y 4. ANNA MARIE HOBBS: F.G.A.A. I, Tri-HI-Y 4, Y.F.C. I, Library Club 4, Speech Club 4, Apprentice Thespian 4. MICHAEL FRANKLIN HODGES: Football l, Beta Club 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross I, 4, Band I, 2, Lieutenant 3, Captain 4, Drill Sgt, 3, 4, Cotton Carnival Lordfin- Waiting 3. ROBERT STEWART HORTON: Football 'l, All-County 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Student Council 2, H. Room Pres. 3, 4, Rams' Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Lion of the Month 4. JUDITH YVONNE HUBBARD: Band I, Maiorette I, 2, Ram's Horn I, 2, 3, 4, TriAHi-Y 3, 4, Basketball 3, Band Sweetheart Alt. 2, Jr. Red Cross 3, H. Room Sec'y. 4, Commercial Club 4, Dramatic Speech Club 4, Library Club I, 2, May Day Court 2, Dramatic Club 2, Y.F.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, F.H.A. 1, 2. BETIY HUGHES: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Monitor 4, Y.F.C. 3. MARJORIE HYATT: 4-H l, 2, Dance Party 2, 3, 4, Dram. Cb, l, Fresh. Cheerleader Co-Cap., Stud. Coun. Sec'y. I, V. Pres, 2, Pres. 3, 4, Sr. Cheerleader Sub. 2, Reg. 4, Beta Cb. 2, 3, 4, F.H,A. 3, Pep Cb. 3, Ram's Horn 3, Bus. Mgr. 4, May Day Ct. 3, Mr. and Miss Frayser Ct. 2, 4, Off. Staff 4, Shakespearean Oration Soc. Pres, 4, Jr. Sock Dance Com. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Comm, Cb. 4, Bdwy. Theatre Lea. 4, Debate Tm. 2, Y.F.C. T, Sp. Cb. 3, App. Thes. 4, Prom Com. 3, H. E. Fash. Show 3. ANNIE LOU JOHNSON: Beta Cb. 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Latin Cb. l, 2, 3, Span. Cb. 3, Sp. Cb. 3, H. R. OH. l. LINDA ANN JOHNSON: Nonnan H. S., Norman, Okla. l, 2, 3, F,H.S.: Dram. Speech Cb. 4, Comm. Cb. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Basketball Team 4, Jr. Red Cross 4. .wax M'-rv' WINNIE ANITA KUYKENDALL: F.H.A. 2, Jr. Red CrOsS 1, Y.F.C, I, 3, Commercial Club 4, Monitor 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4. CAROLYN LEA: F.H.A. 2, 3, Reporter 4, Commercial Club Sec'y. 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Home Room V. Pres. 2, Y.F.C. 3, 4, May Day Queen Alternate 2. HAROLD K. LEECH: Y.F.C. l, 2, 4-H l, 2. Q 'YUM .45 ' X LOUIS EDGAR LUCAS KENNETH DON LUTTRELL: Basketball 3, Track 'l, 4. DONALD EDWARD MARTIN: Home Room Sec'y.-Treas. l, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Science-Math Club 4, Spanish Club 4. ff' f.f:5f.-Q '-I PHILLIP ROY JONES GLENN EDWARD KEITH: Forest Hill l, 2, F.H.S.: Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Rams' Club 3, 4, Home Room Trcas. 4, Student Council 4. DAYTHAL LEE KENDALL: Science Club l, 2, Pres. 3, Math Club Pres, 3, Science-Math Club Pres. 4, Boys' State 3, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4. LINDA LEWIS NORA FRANCES LOGAN: Commercial Club 4, Office Staff 4. GENE LOWE: 4-H I, 2, Y.F.C. l, Student Council 4, HiAY 4. ,WW W-., .. xgriil , J f .1 :riff . fag zggwi' 4. f ff as .LET .Qtr A ALLAN MCADAMS: Annual Staff 3, 4, Home Room Pres, 3, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Sock Dance Com. 3, Can- teen Com. 4, Class Treas. 3, Class Pres. 4, Student Council 2, Jr, Lion of the Month 4, Harvest Festival Alternate 3. NATI-IANEIL LEE MCCUTCHEN CNATI: Pep Club 3, Library Club 2, Science-Math Club Reporter 4, LLOYD FRANKLIN MCGREGOR WILLIAM THOMAS MARTIN: Humes I, 2, F.H.S. 3, 4. FRANKLIN DELORE MASK: 4-H I, 2, Science Club I, 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Secr'y. 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, Jr. Red Cross 4. PATRICIA SCOTT MAXEY: Jackson Tenn. I, 2, 3, F.H.S. 4. 'Hr' PATRICIA TIBBS MEYER: F.H.A. 3, Secr'y. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Student Council I, Home Room Secr'y. 2, 4. AUBREY GUY MOORE ROBERT MOORE: Student Council 2, Monitor 4. 'iv' GLENDA I-IARRIET McKlNNON: F.H.A. 2, 3, Y.F.C. I, 2, 3, 4, 4-H I, 2, Song Leader 3, Student Council I, 2, 3. DIXIE EARLENE MEADORS: Gideon, Missouri I, F.H.5.: F.H.A. 2, 3, Student Council 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Y.F.C. 2, 3, 4. SYLVIA MEDDERS as THOMAS EUGENE MOORE: Baseball I, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 4, Home Room Treas. 3, Student Council 2, 4-H I, 2. DANA MICHAEL MOSS: Rams' Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Football I, Co-Coptaln 2, 3, Captain 4, Track 2, 3, West Tenn. Track 440 yd. Relay, Shot Put 4, Class V. Pres. 3, Home Pres. 4, V. Pres. 3, Baseball I, Stu- dent Council, Monitor 4, Alternate Mr. and Miss Frayser Court. WILLIAM C. MOSS: Ram' Club 3, V. Pres. 4, Home Room V. Pres. I, Pres. 2, V. Pres. 4, Class Treas. I, Football I, 3, 4, Track 3. RONALD LEE MOTTELER PATRICIA ELLEN NASON: F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Suanish Club 3, Treas, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Chaplain 3, 4, Y.F.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Prom Com. 3, Harvest Festival Com. 3, JANICE LOUISE NEAL: Jr. Red Cross 2, F.G.A.A. 2, 4-H 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Math Club 2. Y.F.C. 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, D.S.C. Secr'y. 4. 'UCC' iw JERRY LEONARD PARHAM: Rams' Club 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 4. WANDA JEANETTE PARRISH: 4-H I, 2, 3, Jr. Red Cross I, Y.F,C. I, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 4. JOHN TALMADGE PATTERSON: Hi-Y 4, Basketball 4. CHARLES IPETEI DAN PETTY: 4-H V. Pres. I, Baseball I, 2, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, Home Room V. Pres. 3. I HERMAN MARTIN PITTMAN: Football 3, 4, Rams' Club I: 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4. CECIL RAINS PUGH MARGARET ANN NEMNICK: F.H.A. 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Dramatic Club 3, Spanish Club 4, Pep Club 2, Library Club 2, Y.F.c. 2, 3, 4, ALFRED FRANKLIN NEWMAN, JR.: Latin Club I, Band I, 2, All-Country I, 2, Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Base- ball 4. MARY EVELYN PANNELL: F.H.A. 2, 3, Parl. 4, Tri-HifY 3, 4, Y.F.C, 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Shakespearean Oration Society 4. 1' U. ...-1 PAUL LAWRENCE PAYNE: Spanish Club 3, V. Pres. 4, Science-Math Club 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Valdosta, T Georgie I, Fayetteville, Arkansas 2. l FRANCES MARIE PEARSON: F.G.A.A. I, Y.F.C. 'l, 4, 4H I 2 , . GARY GLENN PENDLETON: Student Council 3, 4, An- nual Staft 3, 4, Sock Dance Com. 3, Conteen Com. 4, Y.F.C. I, 4-H I, Prom Com. 3. -we Y 49 Y ' 'S I . fmq '-'K "' 1 ' jg TOMMY BOONE ROARK: Football I, 2, 3, 4, Math Club 3. JAMES DONALD ROGERS: Beta Club 3, Treas. 4, Latin Club I, 2, 3, Student Council 3, 4, Junior Achievement 3. GRETTA JEWELL IHONEYI SANDERSON, 4-H I, Ram's Horn 3, 4, F,G.A.A. 2, F.H,A. 2, 3, 4. KATHRYN GERTRUDE RAINES, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, Math Club 3, Science-Math Club 4. WILLIAM RICHARD RAINES WILLIAM CARL RIDDLE, JR.: Y.F.C. I, Track 4. ..,..-iff" Ls-af' Q- EUNICE CAROLYN SHELTON: Nashville, Tennessee 2, F.H.S.: Maiorette I, 2, Head Maiorette 4, All-County Band I, Div. Medals, State Band Contest, Drill Sgt. 4, F.H.A. 4, Third Period Secr'y. JUDITH KAY SHRADER: 4'H Song Leader I, Jr. Red Cross I, Student Council I, Y.F.C, I, Beta Club 3, 4, Dramatics I, Speech, Chaplain I, Thespian 4, Office Practice 4, Future Teachers Club, Pres. 4, Mr. and Miss Frayser Court 4. MARGARET JEAN SNIPES: Student Council 2, F.H.A. 3, Y.F.C. 'l, 2, 3, V. Pres., Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Ram's Horn Typist 4, Pep Club 3, Commercial Club, Pres. 4, F.G.A.A. 2, Sports Club 3. - X FREDDIE KAREN SANDIDGE: Cheerleader I, 3, 4, H. R. V. Pres. I, Latin Cb. I, 2, Dram. Cb. I, 2, 4-H l, 2, F.G.A.A. I, Secr'y. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Conv. 3, Span, Cb. Rep. 2, Jr. Red Cb. I, 2, Beta Cb. 2, Conv. Del. 3, As. Secr'y. 4, Cotton Cam. Roy. 2, 3, Ann. Staff 3, Pub. Ed. 4, Vol. Girls' State 3, Gov's. Cab., Superl. 3, H. Coming Queen 3, Sports Cb. 3, Stud. Coun. 3, Girls' V. Pres. 4, Shakespearean Oration Soc. 4, App. Thes. 4, Y.G.C. 3, 4, Y,F.C, I, 2, Broadway Thea. Lea. 4, Prom Com. 3, Mr. and Miss Frayser Ct. 3, 4, First Alt. 4, Fut. Tea. 4, Dance Party 3, 4. JANET ANN SCHULZ: Boude Storey H. S., Dallas, Tex. I, Northeastern High, Springfield, O. 2, 3, Tecumseh High 3, 4, F.H,S.: Tri-Hi-Y 4, Ram's HOn't 4, Sextette 4. ANITA MARIE SCREWSz Beta Cb. 2, 3, 4, Tri'Hi-Y 2, 3, Rep. 4, F.H.A. 4, Stud. Coun. 4, Com. Cb. V. Pres. 4, H. M. Secr'y. 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C. 2, 3, Secr'y. 4, Sports Cb. 3, Har. Fes. Alt. 3, Mr. and Miss Frayser Court 4. st - . i sm., 4'9'f ...A 90' DANIEL ROBERT STANDARD, JR.: Band I, 2, Lt. 3 CO-Capt. 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, All-County Band I, 2 3. PATRICIA ANN STEELE: Beta Club 3, Secr'y. 4, Pe' Club 3, Annual Staff 3, Bus. ECI. 4, F.G.A.A. I, Y.F.C I, 2, 4-H I, Ram's Hom 2, 3, Student Council, Chap lain 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Basketball 3, Nashville Conventio 3, Pres. 4, Chaplain of City and County Hi-Y and Tr Hi-Y Clubs, Home Room Secr'y. and Treas. I, Dramatit Speech Club Pres. 4, Broadway Theatre League 4, A, prentice Thespian 4, Prom Com. 3, Miss Frayser - Future Teachers 4, Dance Party 4, DOROTHY LOUISE STEPHENS, Beta Club 2, 3, F.H.A. I, Science Club 2, Trees. 3, Jr. Red Cross Dramatic Club 2, 3, Y.F.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Ram's Horn 2 . '? 0' Vs if JESSIE ELIZABETH STUDYVIN: Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross 2, Dramatic Club 2, Dramatic Speech Club 4, Thespian 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Office Staft 4: COYT1- mercial Club 4. LOUIS EDWARD STURM, JR.: Science Club l, 2, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Home Room Pres. 4, MARY JO SUTTON: Latin Club l, 2, 3, Y.E.C. l, 2 3, 4, Math Club 2, Science Club 2, Dramatic Club 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club. elngpavn' RAYMOND FLOYD TEAGUE: Science Club l, 2, 3, 4. AMOS KBILLYD HARRISON TERRELL, JR., Bartlett, Tenn. l, F,H.S., Math Club 3, Science-Math Club 4, Dramatic Club 3, Jr. Red Cross 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Ram's Horn 4. CHARLES EDWARD TERRY: Student Council l, 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Math Club 2, V. Pres. 3, Science Club 2, 3, Harvest Festival King 3, Superlatives 2, 3, Boys' and Girls' City Commissioner ot Finances and Institutions, Home Room Pres. 2, Junior Lion of the Month 4, Mr. Frayser 4. KENNETH Q, TULLOS: C.B.C. 2, 3, F,H.S. 4. JAY WHITSON: Covington, Tenn. l, Football 2, 3, All- County 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Home Room Pres. 3, Rams' Club 2, Secr'y. 3, 4, Beta Club 2, 3, V. Pres. 4, Dixie Dairyland King 4, Duke of Children's Ball, Mr. and Miss Frayser Court 4. MARTHA FRANCES WILDERMUTH: Ranfs Horn l, 2, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Pres, Third Period, Student Council 3, 4, Tri-Hi Y 2, 3, 4, Y EC. 3. a ,- -4 3 ' . 4 -aff L T" SANDRA LYNNE SUTTON: REITWIS Horn 2, 3, 4, Society Editor, Tri-l-li-Y 4, Y,F.C, l, 2, 3, Harvest Queen Al- ternate 3, Football Quecn 4, Superlatives 3, Jr. Rod crass 2, 3, 4, 4-H i, 2, F.F,A.A, 1, 2, spans Club 3, Chorus 4, PATRICIA ANN TALBERT, Jr. Red Cross l, F.H.A. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Home Room Sc-cr'y. 3, V, Pres. 4, Monitor 4. ROGER EUGENE TAYLOR' Class Pres. 2, Home Room Treas. l, V. Pres. 3, Canteen Com. 4, Student Council 4, Rams' Club 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Captain l, 2, 3, 4, All-County Third TL-ani 3. 'JP 'V WILLIAM LEROY THOMPSON, JR: Hi-Y l, 4H l, 2, Y,F.C. 2, Baseball l, 4, Track 4 NORMA JUNE TINSLEY: Student Council 2, State Del- egate 3, P.T.A. Rep, 4, Chaplain 4, Memphis Youth Congress 3, Ex. Com. 4, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Office Staff 4, 4 H l, 3, Ram's Horn Exchange Ed. 2, As. Ed. 3, Editor 4, FHA. 2, State Delegate 3, V. Pres, 3, 4, Y,F.C. l, Pres, 2, 3, V, Pres, 4, Memphis Y,F.C. Of- ficers Council 2, 3, Shakespearean Oration Society, Secr'y. 4, The-spian 4, Commercial Club 4, F.G A.A. l, Home Room Reporter l, JO ANN TRENTHEMQ Latin Club l, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Sports Club 3, Jr. Rod Cross 2, Home Room Chaplain 3. 119' 4-,fig BEVERLY MAY WILSON: Tri-Hi'Y 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, 4, Historian Third Period, Home Room Treas, 4, Pep Club 3, Sports Club 3, F.G.A.A. l, Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, A-H l, 2. BETTY JANE WINSETT: F.H.A, LI. BOBBIE JEAN WOOD: Jr. Red Cross 2, Dramatics Club 3, Dramatic Speech Club A, Latin Club I, 2, 3, Horne Room Chaplain 3, Beta Club 3, 11, Thespiain 4. me X rg ,Q JOE WALKER: Y.F.C. l, 2, A-H 2, Pres. 3. CHARLES EDWARD VIEH: Hollandale, Miss. T, 2, 3, F,H.S.: Track 4. BETTY ANNE YARBROUGH: F.G.A.A. l, Y.F.C. l, 2, 3, Latin Club T, 2, Spanish Club 4, Jr. Red Cross Pres, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross Training Center at Gulfport 2, Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Secr'y. 3, Ram's Horn 2, 3, Ex. Ed A, Speech Dramatic Club A, Dramatic Club 2, Pres. 3, SciencefMath Club Program Chairman A, Latin Award T, English Award 2, Thespian 4. SPONSORS BETTY LEE WILLIAMS: Humes I, 2, F.H.S.: Y.F.C. 3, A, Monitor 4, F.H.A. 4. BILLIE ANN WILLIAMS: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, A, F.H.A, 2, 4, Ram's Horn Society 4, Commercial Club Reporter 4, Dramatic Club 3, Y.F.C. T, 3, F.G.A.A. T, Sports Club 3. JUDITH ANN WILLIAMS: Whitewater I, 2, F.H.S.: Y.F.C. 3, A, F.H.A. 3, Beta Club 3, 4, Sports Club 3, Jr. Red Cross 4, Shakespearean Oration hiety A. THOMAS GERALD WOODS: Science Club T, 2, 3, Science-Math Club 4, HIAY 3, V. Pres. A, Jr. Red Cross 3, Beta Club 2, 3, A, Student Council 4. JOHN JIM WRIGHT: Science Club T, Latin Club l, 2, 3, Student Council A, Monitor 4. 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SPONSORS James Yopp Patricia Young Aubrey Zaner Danny Webster Eugene Webster Eva Webster Floyd West Denver Lee Whitehead Charline Whitehorn Wamer Ray Wiles, Jr. Charles Arthur Williams Patricia Ann Willis Sandra Kay Willis Gordon Burke Wilson Penny Ann Wilson Carolyn Ann Wimberly Fenton James Winsett, Jr Millard Lee Winston Jimmy Larry Woodard Janice Faye Woods Tommy Woolbright wit ' M, IAA, 1 A , 1 , f - 3 W., + !e1i43i J I 5 , W e4f,, aw W , , 45 Freshman Orientation Frayser vs Southside at Crump Stadium 'SEPT WW Sophomores Freshmen in Home EC eniors get rings 23 Sophomore F Registration reshman 26' Assembly Ormqfanor School iCTur 53's Seniors get rings John Hayes and George MCC0 nnell register for Latin F15 U 1' iii 5' xxx' g -4 iq' Q, V I ' 1 , A " L 4 H 1 E 'bp 'A A ' .5 .s l ,A 1 'L 'F fi M , ,,. .ag " 'v 1 .aus I .'-,,',,,1., . H5-'z rg A ,ms 15: mg , Divx., 1 . -9 'Y ' x ' if SK! 1 5 I ,, S' x f-'A' "Q-ff an ml if A - ai +R V . ' ,, 4 H . , Nr iii? f 4 a ,,. I Q? Y 5? 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I ,gf 'Q Q I iff X 1 ,W r iff 1 I , ,F ' . 5 f 3 if f li-eg if W ig- eq, T555 Ti Student Council Movie I 1 wr'-1' 1 v'h.xxxxNk f 2? iflgxfwr-fwfgf, w Q k - - tx ' ,, 'SWK G 'E1g2.5"ISi! N , .9 l ' s vi V 1 I! L ' UI. F, A xvr- 1 gi-.lvl E if , -nv A' f' fr wg . Concert Tiki " -,.- .-f p.. . we-u::.w...:,,. .. .L , " S Q.. .. -1 X T. I - , W Q -N. . 1 fm!" mm, Q, L , " f y f4 I wgfisgvg , mi 75 Af? in -2. .QE " .Qig- - X2 'ni v lf ff- ,V hw, SI' .4' Christmas Dance is f el - ni ' W if , ' ziglqf? ., . fi L' a ...J fax. gg N .AS A M. Q Za Rag' 'fi ,- ww gif ik f xy ,QQ L ' we i s .E fm .LA, 'lg m V Q 'rw' 1 . y 7 5 Zngz: U gg 1,1524 'yr 2 ,... Nm figs ,'-: 7 Z 2 Wt? Q n N A if 5, W I rw I i Q 'fu Zi I W ' 4' V in 'f 'A All out at Ceniral U mms 'V '-' :R ' 'W gl -r h4Xif- f. ag, i ' V 'K . 3 5, 1 Ig y gsgekh-Agigff X WP ' 'wa P' Z. Q Talking if over at iournament '11 1 gina" B f4e,f,ff 495 mil 'iff 1 If Ying J iyrx' V 1 X ,X f J ji V' 'J fi.. A Q7 1 -l'ML5,Ij , 'Win' 1' 35 'E I' my wx if 3' A 'S a Key celebra1es Sadie Hawkins Day rf' in V, X , win ,, f 1 ' s ,Wye -K 5. ,. sf, i , M 5? 311 V ,, , ' fi- H' 7 YK? ff 'fl if I iw x B fi 'C Q34 ff N ks x K W Y S I Q H ik . .,A. Z fig 4 N , .. aw W i Y-Hi 'w . ,fa - sf? , 1 'Q LSO Ls Durmg Musical Feshval f s S I S I fm, , n pgv sr Qui? K J: m- h'Kh D gfxm ,X ,. A 5 2' A it if QM M ,fx 5 235 3 v n r I ,A- 1 ff a i Q l 5 7 PNQM. v Q if A-f. f 5 f , - ggrggs W E 5 , . 'K WW-Pe?lfFiSaa:Lm,,X ww, My U T G 3 2 X 1 b 1-W' li! ,I J. S. in 3 X si .4 N Nm" . N, Q- ,5 W2 QW' , J 3 It A ,Mi Q.-if 'W' N :.:T--'-fx - HQ Frm 'x 'QSNIQM L 'Qgfsn' ,1 .Av - , ' -.1 .J .7 wig., . Y 1 5 2 Q l E ! af 'v-wslf , iw as X , As Usual! Seniors! lx 1 uri! ,Q - Vocational Clinic Q Q, 1 ,sf Track Meet Hodges Field Baseball Souihside vs Frayser Track Meei Hodges DISTRICT Track Meet Hodges Assembly lSeniorsD Baseball Catholic vs Frayser JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM Baseball Central vs Frayser Frayser Follies Baseball Messick vs Frayser Jimbo Hicks at Hodges Field A Sight fo Behold! Junior-Senior Prom , Ray Phillips at Dis?ric1Mee1 'ak-mg fl 4 A Wwvlimggl gg 1 gggsj' ar , AQ, if 2 21 Vs ' . ' 17 , . ? ' " js? 4 s ef . 'F 2 f- 1- Hr 3, gig Y Q 'wh K 'J r E ' . EXE' giffi 3 in T 5' 'Q 5 1? Student Council Assembly E Q. X M... 5 if ki 5 ' , , IBUCC . m x 2 a -" 4 0, E , N IQ. I , T Q I M, A Q 'W P ,. Mn 'faq 'I 2' , ,ma ' . , N f -' u A -1 . . ' 1, ,Q . ' ' .1- V 1 X xi' W P S fa R WM! W' Img Aww ,f nk' 7' +05 1 4 9? jf N, 4: 1 u . K S67 .5 1 mi.-ff' f ex.. f ,- sf . - Q .: Y , vim 3 nn? fi .Z Q . A 12553 W "' gf 4' 2' 'S K7 gi x ' ,Jr K A - . . Q ?, Gerry, Jeanne, Gene, and Sandra if in 3,5 faqafeunt 19587-7959 Master of Ceremonies Enfeffafnef Billy Reeves Mr. Stevenson crowns Mr. and M' F ,ss rayser Kimball Coburn S ,St ., . ar Haque F' ar .I Q l All S ll l . A rf f 5 'F f l , , l ll f l rl s Y K ll 1 J' V Q H ' Q I lPam Wells R222 I s Janice Brenda Pace Pat Steele I U McNutt Lf' , :.1' . lx , fl. A f gl f 3 J t s t .1 , l' iff- Sandra , Linda Barton Judy Sltrader y Edwards 0 I , -7 . .. .. ... . , 1 X Y - , M K i 5 :lv gli K n V l rl 5 'N of il X L L ll? fl l 59" 'A x? af I J ' . x .r 1 ll l ll x lx M .T ff 4 .4147 . y 31 ga f f " , ft Q A ' n rt. ,Q a st J L. W K f H . Mary F' Z4 ' A l Byrd Z M same Mau wwe e 5 we -. M' y Y X Gordon McMurtry Donald 3 Rodgers lb' , Gloria Tatum ls V, A, t ,pls ' Q 4' l :s Judy Moore hls V 5 tl 1. f4 xy Charles Terry Make Cherry Billy Holton 5 , ' -N., f 4 ,, K , 9 X f x ' 5 f Ps ff E S X gill! Q 4 x l 1 1 Rh, pgs Miss Freddie Sandidge and Mr. Mike Moss fi C Miss Margie Hyat1 and Mr. Allan McAdams 74151414 Miss Joan Alder and Mr. Jay Whitson jx!" Miss Anita Screws and Mr. Cecil Brandon If' ups' A fa E C I P V, , A . K . ,lg 1 K F In 2 1 1 g gizw- - y-igzg4, 34g Y rise , 1 W H - w wr if Wffkf' 'fi' 523' -ws :gg ' i uv 1 V ,, ff fi!" x Y' P62 .2 YQ - rg? v-f kip! 2 1 A .. W ze 7 14:1 . Q-431.1 ff x ' 'k 3355, VT. ' fd if A -Jgf. ref? -fffim 1535.52 P fs fx- iifiweif exeffiii ' ' P -X 5 V... I. 1 1 , ' - - s- wx HX 40 'Th N. 'QQLM' gn M.. N' ? 1 259211 X' g, ,w 'cf fx, f' I Q'A.5a5.'1 ,Q Jlgvuv-pi Ni Wg sf :ff X fix?" si ' a 2 E 7 Q 1 Q, , ff my g fi Reg s"'- is ' ' Sf-ff if 1'-l2:f"4' " TF! , . .nr ' ag ' V 5 fl, ' . ,Q .,.,, ,, W 4 ' A Q X ' -'- xi. gi, 3, . mtg" L4,,g Jf filfigll X 'if' 33 , . 3 z 8, X, ---- '- W Q le- 4 ' 1 it .4 51211 ff- 6. u s H 4 :,, xx L , ' ' " PW 0 I V, glql " M lp ' r A fqwf 3, ,ff --zg :,,,t V ' , pf' s 5 J 5 . Jerry Duffer Phil Wilbourn fi QM i ' his f i haf Q . .,, ,,,,g,W, I N35 lil F5 F' 53, 1 is V i . mf Z I' X I' qi G 1 ag' K in 1 B, 12 4 I iii: ,K 1 O N8 ,, r, K' , 4' V' A ' f f M41 '-2 Am 2 ziggy .kg I wa m'M'L1 if ni' 4-if sk 7 P 1 galil? 3 J f,,f 549' tw! 5 xg 4 1 ' ff-QS 'f ii! . ,-'T' Y-, q ti. A V fa 4 'W"1fl'u,fa: 'hm li 'af E 'Dawg lip rf,-r'5.,A x . ,- Ivfuk "U-i I' Wrlirgfhs Q, gf' Q 'u Q il . :QM , 'egvjyy ff " ' Tian K Q ,- X flfw 1 I, '90 X Ni A J. -ff , fifix R' 5 , f wf,ff,.g, 'P Jerry Jones X at Q 135 A Qw6f'?4ZZ 1952 Duchess C Dukf on Heddge M1322 Ferrell, Donald Lady-in-Waitiag .WY Www Sand ge I Reber Dix, Lowe' Berfy M H! Y 00re, ord iq Norma NN i Gene Scott, Evelyn eu Sou' 795? Lord Lady-in-Waiting Duke Duchess Marvin Crowder Marty Barnhardt Larry Gipson Mary Frances Griffin The JUNIOR BALL of The COTTON CARNIVAL is one of the mos? colorful evenis during The week of celebraiion. Each high school sends a Duke, Duchess, Lord, Lady-in-Waiting, and a floor committee of six. The 1959 floor cornmiitee from F.H.S. was composed of Freddie Sandidge, Jay Whiison, Pat Sieele, Johnnie Baird, Sharon Nicholson and "Chuck" Terry. may p :S 9 0 Q o 1 R o ' K XX A ' 4 rf. So 5 does me honor Queen pA 75 .lerrxl Dlckson Y BRITT 'r lk- ' Arno and Dottie Mills Mary Frances Stevenson, John Kohler Priscilla Tatum, Chester Dulin, Toni Adams 1""'4Mf QW sy ex 'S ' y 'lf 9 1 5 f il Q, 1' I , o MQ, . 9 Y 'l' .Fa 3 ' if 5- W ' f .ree A . f --:- .lu if ,lr r gf: .,-ffw , Martha Hoback, Billy Reeves Gene Browder, Ruth Spalding MHVQGVST Whitlock, Jerrold Overall Carroll Ables and Barbara Townsend Cecil Brandon and Hope Hatcher Bruce Head looking the Situation over 91 - ar' i.... a 7'kL' ,tg A is A PENNY fOr YOUY flW0UQl1TS, Dale Nancy Cockrell and William Brogden Linda Seratt and Harold Brown Mrs. Billions, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Patricia Bland and Roy Britt MT- and Mrs. leffler Every year the annual has been delivered in April or May. The tinal shipment had to be sent to the company by the middle of February. This meant that many important activities, such as the Junior-Senior Prom, baseball, track, May Day, and graduation had to be carried over to the next year. This year the staff decided to make the T959 "Aries" a true yearbook. The book will not be delivered until August or September, but it will include the activities ot the year. So as not to omit anything, there are included many T958 activities. zany '- ' Miss Freddie Sandidge ' -A -'M ,4 .5 43' F'- nw r Q6 .b . X ffivw. ' Yffr 'wg' .-, "L V EVEN " 11 . Fi ..-. 1, " .J - "Vw .aff-+1 " f frm A Q 'U 'm P rs U"fm mul 4. Wi 3 ea 5. ui T np, Q , , .M S, alma' was 47' H Z 1 w. , gwfy ,W 3 New w Qf x N ,X ,, ,-f , MSW A L. .. I '3 'K g ' , ' ' ff: Fw L .14 g -L. ' .2 gi W? 5 S, iii? el 1' HH ag, l l'llOCQESSlUNAL--f- lNVOCATlON aim W BAC.CfAl.AlfRl1A'l'lH SFRMON Sunday, Twhy 171 1038 8100 PM, Si? - Q , ,I W N 1 B111 wr "The Dulcc of Y: rku Fmyscr lliglw School Band 1Audicncc Standingj W 'Nw Rc I ewrzff lllli l'lAVliN Ulf REST Mclmlettcs TM R: 'L SC.Rl PTURE and PRAYER Pan! li, Curlfelt. jr. Ge flfgf' ,llfwrc 'cw ri Q f. M fr 'RNKONI , , ,, The Reremzd R, Y. Hm-lmz I Sl: l 5 Will J Hei 'MJ Mefbmiist Cfvsm' 7 H15 1 an lg 'lllll KING Ol? LOVE MY SHEPHERD lS Phillip Lurmli Cffurles Cmznzml 'Um Ix0l'H'Fl2u Mmlq Jyxm lll2NllDlC'l'lON Xvlsllum is ilu: primlpal thing: tlwrulorc ll n ct LlflilCl'5l.lllxllXl?.1.H .mll with all llly gc x g gg Ruth llmlgcr CLAES 5PUNbORb l.. C. Bowers lflurcnac Lcfflu get umlom, lll'mlc'rl15 lf? r Paul XY'00d.m,l The dignitaries 3 The Sfudent Speakers ! 1 GRADUATION FYVRC IRIN XV:-dnesd.xv, M.iv JH ww H OO P M Sf? NATIONAL ANTHEM Fmysc-r High Sdwol Band PROCESSIONAI. iflorunation March" from Thc Prophet G .Xlilgiil fAudicncc rc-main stiimiingj INVOCA TION ' ' ffm lfiluinil lf, lin!!! ADDRESS A D, .'1H.'rf l'rm!ffv', ffrfi l'r'uf.f ADDRESS 191V ' R' 1illUii'l1f!'f4l,f'l ADDRESS D D .D lfff lvf Q1 lf- ' ' . . . if..i1,i i hifi: v1l."f,.. . .i xi'z': USTOUT HIZARTED MEN" Don Muswcr INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER .Hr 1.f11 ll, Xfizif 1'1u'ffu.'A, ADDRESS D G., ggi ll. Im 5. I AWARDSW Prcsc-mation of: Daughters of 'Hu' A!l1l.'fl1,lH Ruiihitiim timid Citizenship Award, Zach.iri.ih D.ms Chiprr-r. DAR iii Charlotte Fortune D ,Him YQ I.. if The VFW Gocvd Citizenship Avsumi c,f-if,'ii,'..'1,f.fir- lf. li, l'.:i-is-li The junior Lion of the Ycxir Award ,Hr l?..'1x.1' .XI lii.f.'.' Scholastic Awards D ' Jil, 1,i- 1, H. .Xfiiiryi 'J PRESENTATION OI' DIPLOMAS ,Hr QPIQASQ refrain from .applause until the . Ciiwtgi Il. liaifxi lkhlfxilfig ii I Im! ihphlrlmj BENEDICTION W ' ' 11,76 Ri ik In mi! f R. flfffilifl RISCESSIONAL f 7"I 'hc Duke of York" N A fall hm L Simi fx'.'1iffffl'1f1 liixv ML G, Barnes N QNM whu Q X 4? ' X SSH JN A1 um un wt XUKXHV' -., ui 7 Bobbie Baker, Brenda Pace, Janice MCNUH, Margie Hyaff QUEEN CAROL ABLES rowerif . T Adami Pfesems f Blfly Reeves crow , . Queen Om ns Queen Rgnri0Q Carol .-. r.5Q Q 5' 5 N J Q W Q v J 91 E . ,gi t 4 K Q .r figs? wx M 2 H' E gf , 41 . w " 1 if? 35 fa-Q f x 1 - UW ir T70 as . rn. .. Q4 - a ki 3 S X 511 N ff A ' 7 rg- X -Q6 oftde 240140444 79567 Jane KeiTh The SWEETHEART of The BAND is always announced at The Spring Concert. This is one of The events that has been carried over. This year we have The 1958 and 1959 Sweethearts of The Band. Sweezfdecntafzfde 7?5? 44' 5 ... 1 1 K g. , 1 z s . 'ihl tl :L- -.au-.-..- -4...-uuanauasdni ,nf 11 ' ,Q '-.NNW 5 .l... M., .w,,L, N,MW..4 Mmww., ,,.w .,A..1,b , 'M 'WW ..-,,-,-, ,. 2 S bbq? 'Q 'R '1'll"'l"' k ,,, U .Q..-55' if Marvin Crowder PaT Steele 77ta4z,4z4Zezfz Ray Phillips Bobble Baker "WWI" 1 Buddy" Webb Billie Mills Wtaalaeefq :GS Larry Ray Judy Shrader gee! 1455- famed Marvin Crowder Brenda Pace Jerry Dickson Joan Alder Q '- 7 4 Dayfhal Kendall Linda Lorenzen Roy Britt Jean Screws Bobby Horton Rose Bennett if Gene Barker Mary Frances Byrd Every sophomore, junior, and senior home room selects a candidate for each of the SUPERLATIVES. Those candidates then run against the other candidates of their grade level. The winners of each grade level make up the ballot, and each member of the entire student body votes for one boy and one girl for each SUPERLATIVE. This ballot enables an outstanding sophomore to compete against the iunior and senior selections. "Chuck" Terry Judy Shrader Marvin Crowder Gloria Tatum CHEER H 5 nv E79 X LEADERS Y 1 1 to , 'gk 'yr I ,k FOOTBALL QUEEN , -ar ret? h'-'Ueen Sandra S S ufron zcond Alfemafe ose Benner, X Each member ot the football squad has an opportunity to nominate a girl he wants for a candidate for FOOTBALL QUEEN. The entire squad votes. The girl getting the largest number of votes gets the much desired honor, and the next two girls are first and second alternates. The girls reign over all football games played on the home field. 'Na ,"f 5 r- .-v 11:- a 3: fqif' :iff n -1. '- ., -xl N, -4 QV ,M 4 . up BOBBY HORTON .-:Win ,-is .y,p.'- ' .EF-' 'E'- ff fi" Co-Caprains 3 X'-, M fa ' . 1 W f . ,H wg ,,g3,, L5 ' U m if vvwivgl ,.- 5f.ra '5'fi""71 - - "' :' ww. . X ,, . mv MIKE Moss U 'A 3 - ' 'Na' qw., ,fi L E ,xs v .,. ,fm . S X. . af- -N 5, Y xxqigf ' xx,--,-..---"""'-NNN ' K- N xx-1 xxx x X L N X X . 'hs X x N i f A A gk .vf af ' "L, A-4 , -. fn. , '-Lf, v- - J ,, -1, QC' -- Q" If-1 f 21 -., , J C - 7 yu... N- , , , ..-f""' -4, N: , . .N : .tf' ,.. u5t' . .-4. , my gr.: . AM W, .eww 'Lwfcw.:e.4,ff4f u-,:.y.smf':'P"1 JH ' xx. 1 Va 41 . ,ea - ,ff X , . Q 'L i, ag 0' if , My K 21 dun' 'Q 'U LJJIIJLKILII Y S LILKJDALGLU In 46- Lead The Is CBHI with Kc Fraysc-r, 46-U had its gn Mat btarsg Morgan ers It Martin T e ml, Mike I of oth:-rs dolr d added 225 Salibn. The 204 x ard! passtng defeated 811 Mat tln passes on long go! tttw two and . had at nttlli- a fled hy The 'tnurhdtm-n ' a pl nyc-rl ltdown ' ltelpad trap gtttwttv- tx llttle mme , Cnarh Tum great ' , fmt 1 Thtrd tnrh Joe plung- lnt: stars in Ar-mt MQW thttr kr-rnatt lat! lllll It ltwtk ntlnulttsten Pugh and 23 xvvnt 50lCf'hm- I with the the WU' lwnlfbaclt Larry Scrappors ftftlt The sub half on tl-ttf play early OI' quarter Tltree Gtpson I more TD: followed tn Stale rompod to a SI 0 vtclory Frays tot tvtsltrttl fnrflmuilll 1 oring Frac-F WHS 5 on Uhtc three? rlosed with ' , a lil-yard swing oft' his own right DISCO DAVID rtstvttuc l Tl Senior years 6' s.xvpla,' 36-y':tt'tl -!1uft'Pho!n byl.ln1d Dtnklnl iii HERBEE:dBERRY T hx' T05 yattls in prttdltlos, mented a Senior ent . I Hour than twtt mittutr-s later. throw to 'Vim Mt-Carverand Bob I Frayst of the you thelw Soclkt Lotgtrzttttd r Le SK -lb- yztrtl tttttt-ltcluwtt play. . hofo an l.lll of lhrttt flippitt: ittft'at.'flll2l'lf'l' ll 2 Years D V hy qgatutcalntts flflXlllllf"llrd0l"ll' kli e ll Plflljels U Wlulltiazt from six yards may. For Snph -ro WMM' rgly3:VKjwr?lll'lXCl5t'7l1 attempt A Sharing slartlnttt utllt Chatte In ,,. EQ . , Til..-lRl,l-5 rlltrt-, Trtttptet- and that gt-ra id41"I'lTtleF1l'1t':tl mm' Ami:-,.j?f2,A,f ' , hides lute wa? stth qrtatwf-t-hark Btllyffmm ak. P nm, and MOSS' Ht .ft at U Flatt-het. a l-,tl-pottttd sttpltovmam . - mughmc Q last ttt,, more lle proxtdod the ttighrs ,rm,,'l.l Ftrs Of' Pl rr lttllt"f till nl ICE ill' nttoi JI" MSW downs altrr th tlcvp in ilttntc-s' an Hohl 994yat'rl 'JIS llu ttor, he- 6 0 . ull fl , longest run with a 55-yard punt trmsm mt ally' ht 1' Vlillll Hut return and ntltotwvise behaved mmm P '1l'f7Lll'lf'l t stnu a with a very' Ltttsnphotttorishllt'-' it R tr- -'Y'-llll Nl 'lvl' r- te thnm at , and 3 51.0 in um Stynttcd hy Frayset-'s stub-I Ilviluft 1 IHUP1' ln" n tht , XX-'ith ,ea U trness during the min-,sont lt was. 9 HUM tutttth pctmtl dttt-ht: 9 MIKE MOSS es, it finally took a itll the mtywtt' atm mlltttt' A rttftt tt-tw Strlr' str -. - , Back tnt for South btde to break tap tt total lt tht- ,,,, th,- s a tx Senior oring ice. Then that break ,O open Statim-t's 4. JAY WHSON halt:-tl fmt tht-tt gt-rs h me I ,me it yatwting chasm and ma, Wm lion is nttll' R Tackle Martin ,tnittr-tl in :Q to gn, Rm 3 years ttvh -the Scrappers poured on Fmm I.-,-mf ,M 'DPR the gamt: t-atthts gengof 't-. The tall vtttt 'tht-n K P we P0tnts, John peek' W, r-Iatttltttcs tttr l'1'HlN" - 3 years pass tn the le-It flat favttr tr Ill' rltftc-tttttnnrl t-S Tllillxf' The winners revised an old ,hm my ' ' 'lhtfttt at l-1 P1011 l"1'211P swopt 611 yards un- Sttlv h rst jjdlllf' a gnud att.: aud arlallef rc-writinl it to road "A mf, fmmh P H . l"':tftst't' flpvllcll 'Ulf' S Q' "H Httuttt-twd. things x ,mmm mv, Iwmuwl mum Good Defense Is the Best Of- mint Mrk 4 ' .tltv lust ttttztrtvt- v-af-tt Kltw Xlhfsi gm,fk,.,. ,wt me Mgt mm.hd,m-n Wh, mi A Y f H x t H "'flPPOfl R TN-yard sturtttg fllllo from lltr' Six, ill'lI'l' tl 'lf' lm' I Wkl" ln 3 X-r-tt'G- nude thru' nun ltrvaks -' W r l"'W'It'ftnt into x.tt'd ttttt. V -mv-t' -l - . . . ' OW' Pl' 'td f I - -- it -tt wt others 40 Rams0 ' " quttrtct y Vg IP totttltttoutts nu three fm, Hmm' H, Bully lltttttttt s .tn 5.ttt t tt . , tmnml., , .. . . . tt uttttlfl into ht-on V- ell IIHFWS Hwl IM fum' Xlullj-ra-3' n YUP Ulf' Fl'Ul'f' - V I 'l?:.F,:hY:,.:,!,Q,, ,mm 'lltttxv , hwllwm, 0.1 0 tJ""""" as well as the ix 'lib' 'n 'l'ttt- Rama stfntw-tl thru' ltttalk ,.4 2tfft.'.., t:ft'f:', .-,TJ ' A nf tltr- s 'l ' M ' il pair og safetieg 3:5 8 y H ll Rstnttt-lttlmvn tn tht' ttttt-tttttef lllllli Hllmuglirliultflirylllltt Fr:ghll': mp lm, .a t E1 'lt -it" tt- , - . f' " ' ' -t . f tht- lztst terttvl uh:-tt . ' ' ' -I mm' tt -5' doe' tl l ma I L 1 'vl3h'Fl'?jchP' U llllhlllllllhtt t'r'rttvr'l't1rl a Sl' Q: tqufaufnff- horlllu tl vrrttotg ' tt r - - 4 ts .0-yat' re mn- hte. , mp 14 yard gtrt- ' "' K , l Vt, It on ,ho smreboardt emon Y up hviunt ' ut V I . V H stttnvuit Ltno In A V 1 th? gecnnd quar ,, 8' m T - lltuttttt xwttt mer tom t rmwlm, 1 bt-uisimv 5, -t, l I I dl h. R -I S g to "Questo svftre and llltttstwrt mtl WPI,-mn 1- . A t, Hin Pl 100 gay nd aggln , . - . D J lil 8 Yl'PlT1Pf1k, V ' tempted Punt nu hi9 ' mm? f?'T'o'f S 'In 8 f out for . .- , . ' Ind n tte otlges run 0 I , -, user will Phil J het ball httundt-d out G"l""' - 'H Pl- 'J '. . ' J elf- . I ' - b ke ttutt wnttht. , still lookmg to. ,, at t- V zone fm. an aumnmuc tt-aff? emng llhigalzid lggum mm, Bnhhy 4 2 to climb out of N " "- M,,,,,,' 99" 'wha f' A behind in ' me mm. quartet' lc trninus 41 5-arc. X stting I-'t-aysrt' kit-koff ggglgwt I mm 'dvr' th Sid:-'s def:-nstve K -Q he nponing mttchdownn - mnqn Scrapprrs turnffl lt a 6'l-vm! drive ended tam,-t. nottuttmte' wt-tw-y ,,..tqtntt:t ' Q . A . ' '2 . x tt "t , ta Fwtnrnttttt. .0lllh uhlc-safety trtvk and sei 1 y utth 'lf-mpiet' ht't-akttt',.: Nami?-t.. mt.tt::-mx awry. 'Zl,ftll5nTgx'ttt'l?2tS, rgllthltg-1, mtg was th . . ,- , , - I . ,Mft - , tm t ' I :ll fetetlt H1911 fftrlltw . he Ittttddlt' atttl Ilflllllflllltl 'mttt-1-mv. wt-tt,,,,, 1-tttttm, cm-fm-stmvtt Kfhtt gamer, K, whtlfy wrtrttcttttttq an ual -h T,-Hrds Rm, Nucka- Primates-Tuahr, R MM. ff,,,,t,,,.-,tanftn-E M..,.rNt:L,t: :ni 'XM mmm.: 'ntltvt' sznlid prtsltinrt its vttttvrt-sim: une gtynd hut c-Kitt 'f"f",, """' ' "' ' ' ' - , " - , . . . . ' -' '-tt Pl TMAN CW" ' V --ra 'V . sflapllf' r tn the htztolb-hottt P tlftd hy a l.t-yard nr-nalty that vfxfftt HERMAN T QQQM- FH ,u.,lf'l',,,lt,. ..,.lmftlllw.t, km tad sc-afoit. dpfmmv M ltldmtou limi a dtstance lor ll W' SBafk 'mm 1.m.m,i- 'Ol' V15 , 'I 'ft 3 . , ' ., ,,t ' . ' -I V N, V 1 HH B x with YY H A. Lv U Milli? EVHOV stat, Elma? BILLY MOSS , In wluvre sit ljtngtjt pf" 35' 'IA 'jx' A il fdSl mi'-tt 2 years Asa-tt tv:-, ttf,-- Guard A lit 'lor hy S- l' l' P' tl' r -' , CHARLES GIPSON ' 'fl' te M '7l,,3j,',. W., Senior - .gg 'twttptt-t tgly at tttwt hot-ante lf Cerner 'W ttt 1: tr rt-r ttf .fn fa tw-tt tetttvtttzttt--1-t N- 2 V," 4 ,M.,,,rt..., 'gt dpfgngg-I 1'Sl'?V ""' l' lllliv 39 ' l. liul 1 lil-txt .N -. fs-mf Llf,.pQl.1"f' Eff?" ,fl Yeafs "'l "' ' .' Qouth at-4 hogzttt x-,rlhltltlll rlt tfltt SEHIOV l-'1--,Wy 1 :tv ,,t-, t 'ef-tttttx 3 t!llltttlt:.:R'g,i.lQt,r -.gg L, 4 U v r :pr -. , not -H tht- 1-int,-v -'tt .tht in L 555, Q F ,m1qll'lmf'r in ullllnm nl .. -t , . Qt,-.., 2 years in mn lu J 'Ml sl utstttq tr' -1- -f f -f 4 -- l0llCl1t"l0l ttu ltutaltx' It: fltzttv' t x t lll,ll' ' ""' il' P'-tim., y-.tl-.lr s-tt-t tt Pnftfpttttt-tt ity rut K hl2l1lRI.lm IW Zittetfq tr-:ttlzttg :rt Yttfltllt' :t:3.tttt rtvtd uvttt tv,-nt-A M " " H t ,E Zlf".,:,,Tf"..tt,,,,"1fQ "" ft -tl num, C':t'jtttitv tttttl :tttt-trtpt Hide 'to xvttlt ft? yztt-its tttt 6, 'lllrlfaltv t'ttttx'r-t-tml and tht' lturzt 2' ' A .1-t Q in-Q 3-t 1- tm-t-tx .. 'Q EH tn play their Prop cue tout- over th . , , . . , ., an utr- -:fl , . - .- ll.tlth.t.-tq Llutt k 1 Sllllllllvfl mth the smt-0 l.t-O, ft . Q 2 1 y-mf: f',f,,,1,tlt..t A 5 hall gantr- at llodgvs 1-told to-h, was ra ser Put rusner 1. U on the A MOMENT AFTER Airaady over C . fha goal and abou+ to crawl ba k rback Charles Gnpsar Frayser qua:-'fs M "M e pa-P on 'Nm bag BOBBY HORTON hvdm' who got Back Sensor iuklvr' and went Q m lxnmsbqm s, the Ram: hu 1 point for ihe amd P xx Weaver kivkvd one in the- Hurd pmmd mnfchd out hwgihc- lfdmus. Faxv-1 11 Mmm z As mmf- was running avwr :addcd another six th 1 ww gm mf tx Q phw New n Powers siipyrd through Mun Vlmiz -X "Wie from 13 yards out pmymq gg, Q0Ay:m1 driver, sparked It V3 E B Ixmhs Hu . most f im- R Y P ANPITXPVQ N2 overall W MTE! -.Pro thmxxn 2 Cxaxhw Fav fmmuei R X who mxwmt x unix nw HSQQWMHQ, M Kiwis N xx w nuqg, ihr' nffr-uw an-as Bn, TM' lvl'- ..,, sf M Mmq Whmk-2' Tum firm H A VIAN. Mm ,. mfr: r :mm pmnqff' 13wsd,Am-unz gmsxrc- rw A hiford ca ble in mg r pffviod The enough meadows punt Joe Mixnn a 85-yard Aorglyffwo yardf BOYCE DELASH End-Semor 2 years from a 4 Q Hum gnwg-111 gm'-V -xumxmixd EKQQHLTNI 'Eagles in the '0vi?':mly?'o'thQQhad me nan ana ' 4 5 N 1,,,,,,ienmugh is wm Mcfloft kicked Wave name Aterception nf a vpassx in the :Ret W3 sands for A m,QQ'1IQ,f:!:M V it fwm 3 -,mug-.v,5,. hands thi? at hw! the-n ended on W9 W 1 P n WW' NTOQSUJ' "'m,,M. ...., ,. Y QUE? 'H , ......L .3 .- ' H1 I--1-iii 'Z ig more for Q o Mcfioff ' .1:i1:1 2, 1 bfffvre J ,pi , .... ,, 27 Q 1931 av '- ' X ifiT11" si us Etnie- 'QR A' 1 F5' Fr er Ciub, 14-0 hc' romn 5 xfopw m a M P Of' Nav 1h mf- Fra-y ga 5 3 ,N inte-1 mmwm had Defensi y Y jrfanlfgffgiiwg 1, Trad In Ivmsrth FOV EHQISS' tggvffh-K?,j2y1mrh iw asus 'crowd hm n ' A iimifffgn' H N E dlfI1.i11S,f rv f Ry DICK STEER T"Wf'!' Troadwolfs rock-ribbed 6 JERRY DKQKSON on a . 'W' LENN KEITH fmwe and a gvfmp of hard-ru Ceme,--Senior Y G thi' Y . Center Senuor mn: kazk' barks turned the W Q ears V . NU 14, Y Q1 u W 2 years akamnri F1 Mawr kast mix , Y mis Cfharivs Halfnrf! and wmv-ms vnu ' f X 33 MR 0 - ' . u xx Maw puilod fmt' gsjfgfmx 4 www tw fnmtw ru r mar up nod ifwmax 'T-Rum , . g mu wdrffmwive ways which 1'6"SX15YK'd A Manny, umm, - ' -B-A ,....... W .1 3 Meet Tough Clubs Tonight 'appers Tackle 'I F' lvl!d9fs"fl1f"I p Ifaquv' mu in lwmh Smxm :isdn ly sfmtr-ri Calhulil' Ni: imm HW wry much in the running for, llilbtl lil Trttl vututul wvuvu -vue- The Central Warriors, A tvamfvry, 3342, MUS If-d at half- timf-, but whon Jimmy Hay- , 'gnnd, Hw quarlcwbrwk rr'injurr'r! mv 1958 Prrp Football Immgxxv' At Crump: Terriers NISE 1' A ghis shouidcr early in tho third mio, tvmlnc-mi the Tvrh X'f-!IowVm,,mm-v mp jgujg WMU was un. .Taz-kms, 5647, last night ai 1'ump,H P kfltadium. The Warriors Ouimfsliv 1+-uma in-W what 4-mxlri mmm' a 3-0 league mark, lnagm- game. the Pr: swwvvl a milf' ' lr-:mm Shin has ywxrr' sz ffwmmdishlv nh:mrla.i C ' hi in mms the hall, and Battle hm.9'f21'nnrnl gridnwn pvrknd up 1h0ir offonsr' and wr-ni on tn triumph. In thc- Crump Smdmm gamf-, aftor hvinu: hvld smrrx- hv a tenacious Trwh squad clipped th' In 21 1' gmww mth x fQf'J!'f"!1i rv in claim inn? . HUP Home Prep Teams At H pasted 21 points quarlvr and went 9 vwlnry svorvd and third lvam svorvd from ighi lcaszuof 'T ' "T'T'h AShvIhy 'rknff time: .sq .mm - hugh m game I I P"Tl.1,,. nf Xr-aguv mmm- WSP ' wamolic 5- mr MRVOO - IPRQXIG ,fgwvnrw and the- foalmr- non-I' fy Q - muh: S atmfk SPFIYYSS, mr on thc sfhf-dulo ffvr pvvp tr'nn1s nY""P has F'H'PflF" K dmppcwl six nf sown np. hmm? sc Your LZHIUPR vonmlmo a hwy uf-Pk in w mn the J' . lpzwzns thiv ms, and mwiy mighyy C111-ig1.4i1lH5's1m saw avlion 011. ii'H tm Cafimiuw . Rrothvrs has he-on able in 3lU'Y,3'1 m vhe sianrimgs mc mo mn, 'N'YS' A S RSD Nrvy hflfi . 2 them 1-and the-n by a have gf- A - Crump Smdium: Kas! vs, Hume-s Field -ramble f w-:apo Nw vr-Nw, fi ipmnm, Nav., vs. I-'rayfac-r 4-nntnsv nt, .Fxaysvn ywimr ss '+G hast mme game -M N.. mp, Tm.,.i,,x.s me ml. Shvliwy fm' the Wactivo and lhe gssgiigr- 11116111.12 mi yu-suns fur- in if 'nfi.m,-klp Jugfin Canglp. mnunz Q to Nashvillr- fnrf' T rl I xml 'w:mwlme.1 m lm 5-0 nf R falminm hmghe,-vi:-M11-y. wm with slrong F ' Y'f""'-, trio, :infinitely mgxg :hq And afzm-mmm, BMI Academy Trch ham RWM' W: me uhh R broken hand, Hex Xivnmhis Qvhml xmas, SMP-on and amount -1 MARVIN CROWDER wh of mv hlfff in mv defensxx-qiwaien h time for the: mmf' R2f'd 0 A sizmd n Back-Sophomore H'--'Ll he x-wphwed by IXm1"""'T' JIMBO HICKS - .fiandmgc 1 year f'f"iWW Rflnl, Urol. J 'P the lulvs-s EN!vn!k:v'v1Whi1' Nw Ylluhiifk + . - 9 ' M1--f um Badf-Sophomore 'rsh T . 'ww iw rmriv hm uni not nt A , 5"- ' T 'H ' 1 year Irtninsl I xS yger White Station fn!! :aiwPf'I .xfiwf mifzsmq mm' 2 fl! PA Iilgjblll ap iz? lwfilwffwfl E V , ,Wilv dl' ISO Pltted AS Pfgpg um'-iq iw. fm-v uf sz omwrxucemrw. 'w . ' T341 fif'ClSHlf1. Th- .lerry Sehzliiswgj in duo in stave It 7 OIIVIQIH , K 5 af hm. mms W? UV' 10 thc- Entef' SECODCT Week ya: 12141 Apu! i f M 0 1 ugh JVKQ 11,-mpgq 1fh,:d,ARn111s 1n .on 13-0 1 1 H 1 1-hm hm.-i ry Umfll REX TUTOR ,i ,U in at QMYTF1. ana RM. gamfr, F'Umm'1f' f'U'U"Bm"' ffanfsim Df1Pf'ff'VVfi GU'3Vd'JUni0I' 'Mi ami .Txmmv Wlwcbler it Thu om' "mm Prmidp fans am xxwvkwd my 5.5014-1-"Zyl we P1517 in 2 years K MEWFA ' utxth SOYIV' IITIHSIIJII offmuf-, ,hm . gemw-, , Xvmg-l,,,, pf, ,U , -U L4 gwvp,-av, q:x.,K,1md mmm- SIVFVTS IYf'H0w,iavke1s npnvmq ,Agn T maj" " ' "' M " s,, gm Mm ba: 55,5 B num:,M. off the smzlrx wing, whilv Hugh v xrk AKEN Q ff'3f'17Tf'if1W31 iv smzzmfv fe-is "n,"'m'Wk': 'W' 'WM lwf' nv A104 th? qua!-ml PAZWQSQFX' Picws srnta-mifemhcz rfagwr, K+ .H :M acfmm iomght. S""fhf'f1 f"""" 'UPU' haw' FPHVT 1 nf n be withoutKmqchgarlv m S Pm !m:g!11. ' 'T W" ' Avzaiansprpad mrmminn on oc' .n hmm Q hack Larry' T- ,. m A , Wm, A ,Q ,L 6, . , ," - U - frsfmw Sfwfw our for twn nanvPwf1:e1I3+P'f'T,Qi?i.O'2ii? PTSD SFFHISIICS fUW'a"k B071 Mf'f9l"'W Dl'fWiflII1f1 vu: Hmmm :Wm 'noe miurv. He A Q :TQ ',, Wx B' N 1, WPOWCI. mm M 8 pw L by Hg.rrnan4f7'O3,rxTi,b:C3L1,9 of 13171 i L?AT2l'Q-:tvltxurl 55,40-it imiml 111-ep llgfnph cl vnmo a Imf- N-V'f?t't1i51w?f?lYi91'11?'3''IS T1'7ff"iTf1' 'Q L f ff! ny, I-'raysm' Imw a vmxplf- uf minor PUB' Phfimrv r"S will he Hobbs' ' mn 5 ' V51 4 5 1 '5 irwimmos ulmllr- '1'x'-whim-ll ull! np- PPPIS :ww env nv symmlnmg .r haw " mr :X is sr ,ak ' ' yu lzmwxng Www Mahon, ' . JOHN SIDELL EMR -ue vm Tackle Sophomore vfffrv' ' WNY-Timm 1 K hiv. year wr!! rw ', :w L wi 1 is an lm ' cn swf! Kings. ra 5' .A 6 ff-- .. Frmx 2: - f Q' ' X ' Q- X ' f af W mg ,YQ " 11? ilu. ' 'A 4 'N-' ' S ui . xx . M -. llc' Nfntinn r nf' old , S Plpp ,, . Q 0 ' h Nrgv Q' ,H .ww A 121 W- A Q '1 Q: f 1 ' "P 5 ,Q Hs' JSM. 5 5: n 1' , R hw, 4 Nav. X -1 'Nr-R P, EY ' EU 9 'TWIESSI Pi ' nf , V ,.1 urwi' . - Un ,io V 4 w . , mm M CMr,U,r.lmm.1 n V H. s .1 x p, :hr wdage Ifwrn 3 I 4 Cmsonv R ,Kandi TX ri 91: PC She Glhnf spots. mm Siphnmmre' 's mi' .lnkv 'S A-W-'ur-rw -T 4 HI mx- , Wfrw.1!' 5 . f guru Waiiacn yi W f' 4 fx rm 19, we A C s ' ' Pg Q ' limxm Y 5 fvmlfffi 11 wma ,.. IW PX Mm 1:1 an fr 5' -iw?-WMM? X K 'mplemu Contcstfzs 'N fl .- sms wx 1 I 1 lm we 1 Q1 . arwnwj ' ' 'i ,am rguar-5" r XLT' fx - T i l y vw uf f V' M Q af r , -ii maiwp 'V C fx ' K Q 5 0 M .ra me swa- .AG 2 ,v-. Pi! BILL FLEMMING T End-Sophomore 1 vear sf Y md O1 f msn 1 v Q W 4Af0: ,H fn hm 1. aw x U01 if wr TQ' 3 fx Ffvwx Pwr , mn cm f- T111 5 rp 3- 1 , L A - . arsf H 3 1 4 1 W V A A , ,, ., RIN s vx lrxnxx- ermxtrs- , N , 'TT P .Q ..,5 I F ,T -,-fu-K L . M, C-5,5 A J FGHQht1 S was 'f. H . '-1 . T Pot BO1lll'!g 1 ,- f,H Ai 131 T:'f-fzrlzzwfll Vs. Pruysf r 1 vgummhxp: -iz' 5I'iiC,.' .'r:".ri 3.1 I VJ' -11':,: 'im' ', 'Ag , 'x 2' ' 1sxi-," 'Gvnrww " ve: 1 P ar- f .1 vwipxvz -"nf ,, 1-mm vithmxl rvqzainr mlvfrmsivf- lmlfhm-k Bnlnhy Wnllrvn, w h 0 c1.sIw-aw-fl Fl xhmliulr-1' in tim Mm- Qwk gums- and wxll ha.m1L flu' five xxw-ke. C'nm'hIIllf1h II:1llu'ovk uf Fray- PI' htm mnxvrl I,7ll'l'y Hipinll nm qnurif-:' 10 If-ft half in an f kjharlvy, ull! ho H10 xotvrnn Bolshy Hur- othor half arf- rr-uml out tht guards .Tw 'awvw ilwlhhm Tifvnmn T'lll'hj', I' and Jimmy the Lnglf-S one of the il::f-S. . in afldltvv-11 tu lim gzumn, fmtlnv fm- I-'xfnysmf rimi lm thx- i'l'l'?XNl'llIILf uf Ihr- qurwn mn mx'mxmms's Eu: Hur- kxvlwff. lxfll 'll l Ill Nm I-A. -- .HIL - 1 'Nl 4Y'1', DENNIS DAv1s 33" fi 5 Center-Junior U", ffdlt' :A I your . , , 1 L 1 ,, . .. , wvr ' '-4' 'x w"' VH' Pn"f-'Un :rw Vi M ' H FR Pngv 41:-, Snuih Siflff Vs. 7'rmflu'Pl1 han,-1 yn JIMMY POWERS I M, Q i mmxs in mf-ir lust mlgmg, ljv' qmnh qui., has had ,, ,fmmll ' 'U f v l 1 , V' A ' ' Back-Sophomore MN, ,T K, A N, X . M ,,,, ,. , . .1 f .,.1. MMW' ITT Uf "W WV 1" mf rinco mulls hm nthrwxusv thi 'away' I year V -'X fi 1N'-fA'- W H "JT 1 P+' f if "' N f-"' VH wif? f'Y'HV3Hl'x4vp pmwr'inmzc!z Iwiw, tm! .mm V, H,m1,d iq pc,-f.-pt ihrnzuh fiw 'S nie-wr xt 'H W2 Mgiugfx 'E X itf " T" Ufif3iSwNS::f1 vrrlrwixrfsvivvx-'-Haw ",H,cHmr-a 'Vlw Sf-rawwms are ox .,,Y.-.,W..,.,,xf,. .:.5,.,. ,.X.., FL, f, .1 .': U ,yn 1 Q V 5' '- I hotter Shflgwff my X, Affbff-5 img VM- 5 lg + -S If' 5f,?'1f!'wfr'Mm'ml am MM im QUT" 5""'f' pvc-and to he n dommanl farm bark mmm' -5 vpn Q Mkkmi mi fm- X, A,2,ANfW,,,'x- ,Ava ,Q-M1 14 X 1 MY4. .-5:1 0:4 ,lmlxym lpabm 5m,,,m,x,- 'lgpgziuwgl x ':,1U,m lnnwlf, Yum, mum up mm ' - - H -- in E, M H'f5flf'4 5'f"1'L' WW! if'SV"N " ' FU N 2' Y V 11x.mruZ1rV!12A1fzAnIXIwmiAH' sllfwwriw fii' l,x,,Y!1P Ima! 1'nn1rw!. HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM JUNXOR HXGH CHEERLEADERS 9 Lia e lourney Open '1'onightb'rgyser Ups ' i2, Frayser 48 T1 Frayser for 2: place in can had plenty Phil Eff' pints added 13 to the CBHS were Tay or Fmyser 75, Taylnrx rotlplvd with 21 hy i and ll hy .lay Wh . enough to sink the T F BOARDS foday will who wil! play German the opening amos of iho vi. Coac John Clay- Jay Whifson 3 , and Johnny District 29 Bra cicet Yun 5 P.: AL... Tun 9 l0 MILUNGTON RUSSELL H Junior l ear """"'I Junior GERMANYOWN w,4 131 11 sa 42518 95 WEN 1044 PINK! IFXDINQ PREP RCORI Pu 4 xx sg-L U8 QNX 3:44 3:27 N9 T50 . GU!'D'lAllfOWn ,,,,,, Fri. Y inwn ,,.. 1 ALL , an .2 Andrr-mm 2 Rokiiltn 2 Wim: Sfavlnnhg '-Raymnndn ilumrs- i h1'l"nwlwof f. only Tuesday br:-ikv ifgi leazlle losing str-oak. In H Bobby Wiqintonx ' lead Hum:-R, Kr-lly Pugh g ' . U81 Dixon ll, " ' 'hfm 1 i Psi. H 'gym F 1i"'1 , it 4 ron I talks siraie with Ra Philli S " ' , 7 ,ff H: gy Y P . all ni 1 vm--r-nnny n. 1-it iiigi 05" Humn,-Moyers 2. limit gon' Roger Taylor 5 and Robert Dix term me mi' 'H' 'K REX TUTOR W0 ' ' . nn' 29th Disinci Junior ,g,. Cage l year in: nm. mms 13,2 'E5E?1'ff?f111-33253222 i 16th Game M215 Wrntrnl ... ...,.. 2Q 7 Ki 'Mus ............ it s Pg 'WfE...r4.i"::::::22 .3 "UPF iglmgqburrbvr ....,.. roiherl malntllned ,,i,',:',2 Mvsairl ........,. 13 12 Millimrmn . .,... ll li Wh!!! Slltlm ,... 112 li! South Side lg 15 Frikysfl' ......, 16 H 15 ll 'Humel ...,....... 6 19 'Fclliervllle 2 lG ,Caihoizc High ..,, 1 26 TEAM OFFENSE TEAM A 'Minn t U LL GAMES LEADING Bl ifwrmTvam DMI. Kmlshury 'on. Numa , ..... . i FIM! Odu. Trvldlell ... i. Central ..., tim Collierville Mrxuilnugh. lkfllllngmnu Kendrick, 'Wlillvhuven .. H Taylor. MUS .... Jonuim. Bertie!! Fiftrhvr, Boiron R '1'aB'lm, Fznysv-r ..... mi wniie- swim ,. . uorimio, CIBHQ 1" 1 B ' .wa-na., avant! -Hnzrmg, Hmmm U .,4,, V Vai 'CY Rnriifirz . . . Pmllb Exvitams, Trimgwu . .. Alnew :Rm Timur Hari C i W'rl!X Sflwfii K-51-iii 5-Uiiisluiirv 1-ririmiii-,Cm , 5,,...,,p F LARRY CUDE ei-miiw gg Junior . ,i .i '1 . 3 1 - H ear Mi-mtrhfn xv Y .. .M rr gy .l . , 1 ,Rf .. ei -..-ff ii i ln the heated R Tw' basketball WHL strong bong- XQES losses on their 'f-22,11 e 'hers now trail Tri unbeai essick and Ay. innce-beaten Fa Xyw. Longview ales? 'gggidrnpped into fourth ln e with igiithree losses. mi Messick made Cat! S 9 usual c its 5 mr ictlm of. e sea-133: RAY PHILLIPS Jwerful l of Senior ferdict. Ii 1 :vinnmg year Frayser QS SEQ fmt. West rrayser wa 22, 12,3 late to register with the 52 :gli and may have to forfei games this season. G 1. Other action Q2 423. Colonial trnunce 37 V s es topple uf ,. 53 ood upset T Xi? A X ite Station nip H 3 Snowden 1.3 31-15: A, g, 34-31. and ,L-5 e by Eagt. If V second field A y Boberg. I K' ieadwel1's B, G. .Gini ined his individual me as he poured in f!2,,,. V X vertnke previous 333' Comin of ' ' L rid in is. Peay ,,,,- S' 'fnts and Comin z I 3 " .ver, the day'g 42 r 'ent to Coloma . A 115 F nan, tossing in 26. 0 F01 9 gig h. cnrers ai R Fgi-r ROGER TAYLOR if . than' Junior mi, al xii 'llinrq' I Yea' BN iii, mm miuvip, i., P XJR' Ri iifiift "ii ,.., 'E' .,... Mifshniiii -Mali" I Yiwu -i ,.... flf ....... MiN:1?:'1n' wire Ai "till ',1'11'Q.:::tii1:1. Kim 20 'f tan km, in . 41 , ww-iw S A nuns: g,, fam ifumr-ruin-vii. nm H , pi. mi- Clrmrnt 2 Mrlvinllhl inllllll su: jp, ,, ,W ,,,,,,. ,... mm Whxiw 12 mf M'-uf . mmm whnxv 1 3 vmmya 'swam 3 9 g?1I'rr:e 5-um! Soulh Score King Ann last h bury, wld up 51 Qilfiff I Lrti of hit point: Jasc' :md . for tk Bm Km' A Qfwr Vi Kings Ifwsrhe-5 'guddw 1 .imma fW!i!'xl!r 'Uwfy Y f .Fifxxw vPiYU'!'lfY lm-1: 't :ICSUEP 3 E S?-we ,mix U Nowm 'm'r'r v X '28 is FTUHHC ff91'l'1'9N , ,R sh :rv mm an UUYYYYQ .x Sis Z5 bash? sn Kas? .xlkwm ,g izcwxkwzl '23 won me -'fm 1 A QI A3!11rn1 T04 an wr Tmxh fmgn inur- s" H, but ti 0 Wmrimfs mzm-:Pi V0 1 mwmi i 11 a cmrxzimtaivifaicamwx of the way, L 'mp med 5? fxvirxtiigimeff 23011 Yimsplryfaf in Ladryy 13 for fm. W i Rmb rw rmd Tinbwiiigm ffm ER poizzifx arxniiffkfvff Lxgkri in xo nm M gdmmle :Hwy Vifbk T 'Dooley v fy . wntimfw 15 Nm? 9 I'b15K!Di1D Tech 33:11 Mgrhtferi Hrfrwffl Sjiwtfnfk 5, Danw! 4. 9, ?:sY:rr 4.,Kux: 15 Cu:-2.58 F army- 4 f-.uhm 'H Frnwtlr 2"., Tiarmw L Sw' Hunws rl Swv pmzmxhm 11 Mg, ,H Ixnmivmll '45 A ,fx ii S 1 ,' 3? SI Suiv P 3 pm fx mist? rw . ' XXX Q it Oi! Ukiils ,. ix wV1'm'xz'l.i U1 ,Gmr U 21- ' Kuhn nm! 'xrifxrax ,,. , :- Mi'T7Y'6'j4?fO if silm 'HR Fat f N35-x'a'i"f fm, .IC'1'Yy wogm yy: o 9 wr-17. MY? Ci mxa! mu?-VW1 f' T .EM wwf ww' llurnm SVI we 'ww X - .L I thu' mm 545122 193,41 f " :cv Wm aka. 5 F1755 X Aiivikfx if 'K 5 X x X W , Q 3' ig, 5 2. 1- c AQ . .Q- 52623- R353 ,, 5. W, af 1" nv ,, 1 S A THE 1958 ...pi-'unnv M TEAM Q, ' Q Asa iss: L J 051' ,K innings mmm . A 4 ybqm ' ag fx 'sd H5522-'gn uverajga U Q Q 1 not the 2,5 4. R. .. ooo :MI ng 10 w "4A 'M M mo Km Mn R , sum ther 1 'mm T, 62 Q 1 14 xv. nn Emu? lsiftk, 1 1 0 1 0 c-Djemed xwo 3 1332 holzr, gs an s3Rnhej1'tI sf,-fm vihez' Ki' ry, Qi? ms m ' 1 W Lf W. -W a bases-lc l-.Urn Vg' Outh Sp-R ' ' 'mm va W- 'wrt M - m. s 4 'UU 'nekaho rmlylhree ' W A A 39391-RPG Ad bn , " mm h Two of them . Hahn of Ck .81 mm ,H in the A h on Peeks 4 V A Lk an nfield error V '5' 5 'mix 9 ,msc emznning ,w, ijjlj gig img Q., 'S at Tm ,uixei gk 'R Lied I-'1'ayser's chances, - ' Nwpgiimf-X "" fi: gm nlqslx-:gn-ig, sgzwg , fm.. -..,..-.. LZ... . D PhiX1S:fga2L Cv H ' 'hi' ROBERT Dlx ROGER TAYLOR Us A R" 'R JON FLEETWOOD tl e pic Junior 152535 Junior v f Semor rx -er. A V LARRY GIPSON - - , . M The mm-r :wmv-r fwase-xmxn-,mm M Agghuhg-Cwqxx A A Sophomore , Ren' 359121, 1EgmenCQ3Rw11- 12 Q r came on a fourth inning gf:-Quan 3i!00iKiFhRi me GH -- " f. Lggooggntolig lg gn-n mr. Peek strurkg out 12 and R-55?a,:!:J1b 3555531551 4 M TOMMY YARBROU SWSI...fxg.ndkFMm:d,e,. W. Sn lped his cause wxlh A pair nfm,,,M,,, ,,,M,gHQrggtf Z' V Sensor MMM-0 B 5 U . igles, one of wh! p dm-avg mains: p zgggoiwfulf, Z 0 N ., ,,,.,., . mo nan was sisrpny va first innindwxj B, , Him cr 2 v e 2g::,:,'::f,fff a o o o s'ff01i?faxfi?2a"f?i ma s-mme: llfltlrkigzi fumes 11, Ki! Ubtir ..-.-....!"'k " 3gg3"'Yd-H""d""'L ,,,, GQQJMI'-5 s 1 Y- Y Phe Tigers mov into WU' H M as Tam' K , A' N 'Jw A Tgrfnsmxms dxf K . , r.. mm ar ' ma wilh a 10 .nr aita . U?5"M5f'i'"5f5A::'5L5fi ,-1 nm . ' K sx mTBQ'd'n' :vs Shu" he Kinszsbura' nirchm. SMEQEZE: E533T'Sm?5F1.s' W ,,,g,,,'f,,,0,,, ,3,' .JSI ,ELL I ohh Bramle 'who bf' QQlQ1QhM5gmlf5 553,-Iii' R LX , ,, I 4 :mmm-Rd. k ber! rlInS. mtl- X1 ' S ' JPG N. 'LKB ' K 9. , . M- 0-6, THQ Stan " . V v I tw: game wifh Bl ' R'-f- ru' '2 A 5. iv? 5,A..,O4 4 L K .ef:x??2?m3?? 25f3gF,M,. , ,, W.'3m'5me A W' L arrsmn an ., ., . R M21-15. - " " by A,,,.,A.., , 'P T 15 - --CBHS .. .. 7 ,-:: :ig- Lthe second m RA . L ,Q R H, .A .-, Ln A ,O,.. 'tu6,.,,,,, OOO.,. '. 2R.?Z??ff Smwdm A , .E 2150 exandnr, Yhf' nvxt haiirfl ' H. I 3- ' f Xnffhi Iaiunsfpmmqf :,: 4 Nm am Iwi with A O- , 1 er an Kosten mx R ,R ,,, 55524323 A ,, A - x , . . D 1 . 3 I ,3 H A Ugjj' Mn :shin i ET , , W F t I K .L T, 2 E Q 5 2 2533522 ,... R :xii 52 i we Ham " 53 uf HP OOP 1 f "1"'m"'t'im5::, ,, +- ITIS? E53 S 16 Q, V- .,. W ..w....., 1 yrrsinin Z.. .... KMOL1 mem- TIIHIIIITY fiagflw A 1 I 'xc Qh 1' R Nfl d H 3 0 R Will? - A .V : , ,, . , .14 . - 1- ,I gg 1 ,ol d home the xvixmrgiuj A it 3 e A 3 A F921 We s f ikggilggffllg 31N ,Q Q mg gnnixngxgnrhc ,. glasts South, 14- TJ Hold League Lead ' as ' 8 ' ft. 'iii PW ' L ' A, e on hue, Chun min, J Efen+m1's Afrm N0:1mfv'E'vew a 51.199151 ggi? Tech! Ye!! okets 3umpe1 elgd stnle scum L'g,N1Vt UPU Ymmf ffm! n 8 Q X Zflff tv an earl lead and ma tcidi-Yffnix ER L. A Af in A R1 ,, au ' ' 5 - A "1-A - 4. 'Q -' m2wn's was 5en'0,- 21 week if JAY WHHSON ,Mayo needs G UZ 0 and sgormg anoth . Lg . .uffpmdv ah n iiagws Junior Am four .hm W Newton ang: . Sldllorl 15, M. ck 5 .inn vitrh-by-pztvh m a rare ciouhie noffxiftmf. . ' , R The 5 arwuvl A A Vhikr Central wan gattxrv' its 3-H0 victory th Llkqlhct -W- ing. pusing 11665313 mgmgq-1 R. ficant develcspmemg 3es1:rfia3.bgQnst infrigum, . ' " LARRY NLURPHY es on balk ta ww their ihirdfsgt Gfa truumph QE winiess . S S S Semor 'T S, four tries. X1 A Klngshury mfr-r Whxtp Sfatzrm I - ,sqifv O P , ' 5 - 9' 5 ohmywatmdw Mm M,u,,,1,f CBHS rolled on with a 14-1, Preps ' A -M-mrvwm .Www ' ,. A,,,,,,,L mu wg nf scum sm, mrs. mtl , . A A LP A A Q53 . with a hc DALE MASON if ..1','1Yf SW RIMS 1 Prep xmw zmff f White Shaman Tramples Tech BV 18-0 Couutg'-A 'cmd me sem' gi:fipmqfpigffsiffmfires ffmmlm me MM if Q Six Games On T0l'f!01'1'0W,ikRSChQdU1B H' Ran-u butt W... ..,.. , . . ' ' J Y," ,, 8 V' '55 r, L: . ' A ' ' ned 5, ave im! ' mfhxt siwuiout mn a pn-0 dvmsmn over Zwdavvggsrxg Eijgifm ' 5. , , , . . H , bb Burk b ' I , thoiic, M1151 5132 y Qi Cermal, Xlhxfe Snataon and f sawed ihrouuh Hwfw, , if mms ewiauign Umm!! Fmyser 444, If Hinged ,. Rami I: gigopmsitinn with little or nc: zwmwe in a trm of Pmpl: d A sacrifice fry. LEM' 54' and QW - TWG CM 'Muff Rfff R1f1ff'iA S1ALe'f:12Zt'2?T9TffQpf'5'kif'Iil.iiil7q'2T4, M me Rm.-f me S h me Prep League game' "le Station 0 'f UIQ mdm W? WW Gd? Winans' R A ' Sid? fiumpm fr-vr:IxJV3 edmd mmofmw' Wh 'effhwrl got onlyig if -' l1m7"V , . . ..man-mf BRUCE HEAD 'nppwi 'mn wig ing the m3k9'UD of A Pl'f3ViDUS-t mgn an bagef 5 2 lindflfnmnd Q-hmfqv . 9154 Que Serfor ndfuf f'h2':fA1zwI1vh rairined D32 contest. White Stan, but that wash L, ' fivw-fiTffz1ow 'lseaienx Ciamn ,!Asi1EE,.Qm,5,,hq ' mguq l,m.W,,M 93, H P6315 central at C N' . ,' gy. . M, xmxzvmx , N , " 3 .. ' , 1 ,R , , A K ' Tech faces Soxzihn'S??iiNE1b8u game' 5. Q . 5 X.,-mmmm Lgwgfl-fxggg SW RAW, M1 bf 33565 or rm-eefn Bevueg and T,-.-g,,3gl,',e13 ngmg Brothers xs1ere-gfQ,L,g f EQ xgjqmgfms wfwivh Simamf'wg,xi, U'f'0vrrvw Vihfifv K fiahww the Pm-ep nick at Comm, N04 2. Stamifd fly Whitt? Rb Nwm: .5 IE'eRrExw3!V az 1 MQW' mu, 1 mums 11,535.4 XC time for an games " ' 'ngglm 'W'i'l21 'rl' L'1ig241. Emu JERROLD OVERALL Lf- U"'1'YM, M- NNW af 4 pm., will h, e Standings: 52031 V Q Q Q 2? Mex' Il Senior Wag V? Raft ai Wh only 059 E 5 W L BILLY TUBBS 2-I A is Q Tw va, fgaitmlxrz kai, P uf rpniaimg , ,Hun ".. n G 0 . . 7000 ,,...,-,Lu fu. 1 . .',. , ' - A Se,-, P, M A Y, , W ,, R. , , LQ IMO. ,, Mein: mf. H f?,snx1nQi"1Ii1 3 L 'or fw'ff1.f'i7. ?RS21 , 'mf' 5m'Wh.Nd'? WR ILM fu aa. Cfmier Nm, 5. all :M 4 A 'S . A ar R1 .. Q , ., .. Ewiimszn m 1' vw' + .' Cen' , .... ....,. 4 1 L.. ,. R 11, , . vi Rlwszck Ks, Exrnga. . S I .ooo 11,5 fly 10 iw:-115471--R , X, gmm, M Comgr NA . ,and YYBYROY' Rs. Humps. la' jjgj 2' 3 Q53 mi under ITIPLIQQQ-L-xy H5353 Ni 8 nm.. W ' at 3 Pm' Soufh I GU -if nw-H QQ 1 . nr S' Q L+' in 3.-wg M RXSQI' THE 1959 TEAM DICK STRIVB Tech ,,,- .... -,.'u 'nun V- ' pitched hltles: or until the fiftl then on for I tigh' sing hurler Path seven hits ding a run by Bubba -le, who contributed n A r 'o the attack. Wyatt him .r x two for the Panth mnsxn I -. lh.r.h.hl. lh.f.h.bl Z100,K!l! '411ll a 1 1 nm g 2 1 1 1 4 0 D I1 KH I 0 0 fl 6 0 1 I Bu . 0 0 0 rl 2 tv o ns V J g 1 1 235 f 5 H I 0 N 3 S 0 fl 2 0 1 3 0 fl 1 0 0 0 IA U ll 0 1 Straight? Joss urs swfh straight flPf Corin lair mght for a Q' ph ug 4 n 'Wi um m fm' Inc unters, - . youngest 5. rother Y , ' N' ' 'B Q mf". l5"W'5'- 1 Fl fHClQF,trio, will dt 5 theme mp . mmpndmc fi-Y ,,f- f,,,f'lfvn2rst was I FARRIS ARCHIBALD mu untll game with 3 K ,, Hgh: 11635119 mls' and l- A Senior 1 mu:-h of thf ' offensive know just who tm! 'K killarlft 'Curtis l pifcher le I hag line. Hell 1 by I'Mnm,,iQh, ' Um ami' ' y , Ut jfVThOIT'lDSGIl. mad! ,Wk ,Q W ,A ,Y Dori t mr- hall! o , 1 lg ,X 5 'gf His brother. fr'1""""' " " 'e rw gf ' L owls. ark:-I 0- a 0 aglg 5:2231 Wntay he ref ,ill JIMBO HICKS fm-Q f Q -mm ' f 4 lmks Al .W abomy 'f it me :mph-itz!! speed nfl A I2 Sophomore nm th' al n . alncie ti but the. in Qgag 19 of Week lnernuse mr pitcher ,vu 3 P1 gh,-4, -- Q, A E ' lm od ', ,. '. U ue best fl tlte'-7P1'VS" Swing' ' 'U 5'?""5:no4l rw:-rfl lastf. Zflw :LMI an A Ro L ,com w! 2 ' e p HRVG to 8!'0llIld73t Yhdf f'1'Pf5'- Q Rams ywzhayws -Q, ntalco 'IQ' 7 look nf... 3 ml,-pf , I Y 8 ' gd That gpivii "xg h":'3f'Y'HPDf'VS Nl Th """" l"' 'K vw, L M nfl: 10 sl 1. Curhsg h- ' 3 South -do can 'HUD 0 H' 18' 9 fm?" 'hut may IWW ' N24 bled the kmko. .d Blllyl r A 'f The Ftaqln -gwilhaf dp. " ' 'hf' Itffsjlix ' Sffjmrxllhnn it IWYW RONME 14-Q tw-rl on rn 5. wnhfpetty is ' - J' , H and thus: far have been "u5hP"- WQMP' fu ""' um?'VSfI'F'Y1ETfl4 ROSIC 'rlzlfwn kmg mm! of ht andf T K ' if , V hack robert map nfhm' hw . ' R we , X " Qongh Qwlo ,tm Jumor rm . 13 tn . FREDDY FERIFFIN 'Y' gamer and W hack MCA-'or ,Hin hiv Second Base 0'-Wil. 1 ed the I mn Jumor APL Snnmu-rl: rob qunrtef.iifL3dAmg, .UM ,gg ,,,, AUBREY QCBHS, HU -21. . QH li First Base ,. Q Frnysor mil wxlhoutg 1 .' , . , , Z.. xo .V HINES . 3 ... J 2,1 RS one Htnlwwf I Fl bark U31'l'3'5Mm1mE: Hmm mn! R WM C N S ' y a MSU fl A " 100 yards por opponf-nr per ,. li ' I. ' ' t " L Mnrmv Ttlnrfvmn, a lmLiP"'l!T'l' IN'-'ll 1 emo" ' vm-onrli b ' in 'j'Y'Sfl" 'Un fmt W0 mnmlm- Orff U19 R 1mm and me Mpc-1-mel Cenler Field VPC! and A lerlndy A , . ' ' v wr v ' Cl pffpg..::.mkchn 'HYLQW Hatha fmt non-left'-.mol .hnll . Goff 'M' lyy,.qcmh,,,. 9rmangSc:'apprr first unit, Rams to go my mrns, mn' H lbhrgx ,N an 111199 in-I AAt tl b K Ipit half Clllliqk Tfffr ': hand l9 :anrl 117. 12:11 Vilfrvfan 'khan xt D- nmy be-'Homgxe ,, yrfo-raplain and fullhacq31f.ohhx'Al Nr-wnmn :x running e. llhdff-anaxg' iff' Z siffhgygdlgrl both T95-1501" will Hormn rrnshnrl ff" " 'nr lhei,f,e ggamn ' Allvirk nn right wher . ' Qllfl fog Nw Sw S 1.1 f mt fall. .lmnvd by 'IWW' U jg:,?:jfir2.?'m Qklrlllirtnlt, nnmho V. : warlcod thr-9 d I big asset, I hprnvides A little' .: ,V rflkfff IWW 8.9 ..o0?-..r.... imp p HQ ' 'mp Hvjmqg pnwvr. Y h two nlmf RANDY DOWNEY and F rayser wvwnfs .env nf ' .43 ffgwmi bfi: M Goa Junior . ,lr A :wow . tf ffms "' 'M' 'f' vi- S Q' 2' . C Right Field 1 edge! 'Ml inning r al 9' E' "gms 'mf Q" fxwkmfrlm mek M Mn-lex :truck outgg . upset third-pl ir opposite' K ' Fhommd 0 ' but lost I 10,5 s offnnszo ll' .rl Big Jay X3 le oifF. vrwlll mnvlut Img C . -pound hulfharl "R with a por A-:Qtr ndfll' HTTPS GYPFOY' l 'am-I wma' Qgplgu 1 Wifi of 'H 4 scoredon J Tlrihen ieginsflfqummhg 9 ',lCvf1wder the mg remfgfd undefel P01 halflwkl 1 - Gnffin doubled to sem' Yblwlcld W' hh short Crowder trimming A inzsbuw. 5-223 0'Dell Downey, who had gaf SGQHJC Rf WY hi' 3 V. twice Catholic f ed Ent, 7-4-off. F, 5 on another erm, Firm all-County 'sort mmugh CHARLES E, evemed th 'ee lviirg Hvlwfhrh JOHN SANDERS Gris da5?i.kPHQ fhgfgg mentioned 12 HAY'-EY iSgg1h Sid pnd Central h Umm' """" 01-If U 2 Junior mm L' f ' l P lWhite Stat mes. Bot n W 301 . 1 in the ba ld, at -4 5, 1 ,P Junior rt . ' JOHNNY 33 223 Th"'d Base ,Ms and I-Iort' e on-capta. vgnwvfa-Xgiivff Pitcher were mga QX22' WWW HERRQN I" 3!Z3ei,?J31,"w 53221 South Sidefs . starters xx lEZ2'iJLrti'rt-fi fr. J Frtlylff, Xdeu .1 Till F J ' ' aglgignwm' N 31 an Y'l4'IUd9 ends lggtlrsmuscum. Sivifli, Kmh Thg R ' 1 Aki . 1 Umor t 5g33i3l't'm?'p'5r 335185: and ,v"f"4' G'Y"f"' ?4Q1'A"' H""' ,?5Qf,1' t of 1 , 'sio MQ 'on' Second Base I 3'l00lFi" W5 unof il , Mtfmn, 1. anon. Rm. P. ous i mc n noon iafkles TE-rua-Em man A m.f-nn.4u,,,,,. mme. PERU' M- Mm when they scorenh il: DW . ww. as - 2975 'E N- fin '. .- ,V M . 'UP of t 9 Seven . H and Rabbit MWHN 'gffsfllolrlm :ww It BO Eggrumlxlvnnff 'm:::a:..l2me.,,n.,. M, Larry umm W ,N J - Fin J .d from they E1'5If'.f:.2:,z1.r.f am X-ffhmmv Pnff ' P'CKEL 52g:l:2.,.M,,, Bu,...,, mm.. xl.. second .nd went to t, , J rl Qgilsmning spot I-0 ' f-EH Hfmibml THCRGYIZ, 211.5 Sophomore as H V, . Wild throw by CIOC? 1 . , gg V . ra . X' ' weeks' ' A ?'Q'?,gf7 Qgralspxwjlsjlw East F7'f7Il3f"' 1- Tech . lvfuyser ,L,'f'5 I' 'ii The Frayser f... ..,... -A... A Dall' of TPCH U PIICWQFS mrwi 1' them 7 wi 3 xurprm, fwxf'.'L'.'.'. ' A r inc-ludee-ndsDAvidFlemlngJ01TDl matched svorelnsn mnmgs wxth Gipson bmk, ,j in 5 C W3 xo qpftgfull Q ,-3 ,rlro f and Boyce nelashmltt 117 Ryley unnl mg last l pnchtom, R H- .cathom I S-'31 tlacklos .Tay Whitsnn oem H hen a mp fly Smale Wlf back they hadi WAYSKY , . ., ML Ray phmipr, qA195l, perhaps? . ut brought ln the game s mm ,nw-on 1- gvimlvompetent as any pair in ull. , , mt the muah! gag? If Sil o i'23RlLreaguvg wards Billy Mos' 'ff' l Wh one out. 'Ram Wm' mm Kanw, Wfmlmn a an -4- .now . rt, of . 7 R x A131312 1 Irhn Q until ll' J Pxultx are inj gm: sg Q ggggosndfhglqgaillfgi Q o 7 on Ln! erm!-P-The K -I f-- ' f , er-er . 52wJU,.. ,. A .P ' ' I t qtxl imdered m the 5-gagfrnanzb Sgiux, 7.223 63 i .... .J .l.Tt 'V I I .H , U up. bu' Phu K kkkrkk Wm 8 Nwwidnr away Sivrfggaglg 'lf' ' " " ""1. gm fied A single to immh .in DAVH5 SHIRLEQ SHAEQES PETTY Fi.-ft.. . .. d to ,ogre Hines. A i P1131 . "NOV "" of - ' 'vwmore esse :mggi R: Sophomore W' mi' W F' Q Pitcher F Aw, w relieved starter LARRY GWSON - Pitcher "" 433.135 ..,, .W .-.ow ww' " 1 K ep A TML..,..L.t..,g,w', Jumgr , H 1 H I V f -'ff JAY WHITSON- Left Fleld . . 1' S 21 F 111' S S A ' Sm' C . J C 1h K 'N Q a C er , mmwlul M put .Aaomag on .... , .i:,..:o1..,?.w-.?,o,T... ,...m.............m... , ,.-W 1, -j Q j X V7 CHARLES HANSON HUGH CREWS ' If I ' A ffkfsvffi - - my f,f, ,sg I - . J 5. .bk il M I I FRANKLIN MASK J. B. SMITH JIMMIE POWERS MIKE MOSS RAY PHILLIPS BILLY M055 Compliments of SANDIDGE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC Power and Communication Confracior lOO7 Falls Building M. H. SANDIDGE President BETA CLUB CHARLES TERRY Secretary Pat Steele 1 tivmsn P Nf CHARACTER SPONSOR Jay Whitson Assistant Secretary Miss Bridger Treasurer Business Manager Freddie Sandidge Allan McAdams Jackie Broaddus The BETA CLUB of Frayser r-ligh School became a banner club this year. This is the highest honor a Beta Club can receive. The club achieved the honor by organiz- ing a new chapter at Harding Academy. At the end of each six weeks period, a poster, listing the names of the students who made the honor roll, was made and placed in the center hall. This year the club sent four delegates to Nashville, Tennessee, to attend the Beta Club Convention. To concu e ey ar, g for all the officers and leaders of the various school organizations. The money for all the different club activities was raised by selling popcorn at the many school functions. l d th e a reco nition picnic and party was given by the club fir Beverly Anderson Patty Atkins Johnny Baird Billy Banks Linda Barron 6 Cecil Brandon Anna Brock Joy Burneff Wanda Burns Ndnty Byrd , . Q 9 Dianne Carpenier Jerry Chipman Freda Clanton Cathy Cockrell Wayne COleman ia Ginger Crouch Jerry Davidson Jeff Davis Beiiye Dunehew Sandra Edwards Cynihia Hawes Sharon Henderson Johnny Herron Judy Hiichings Judy Holder Angie Hudson Marciie Hvarr l:..,J. i-,i.--- A - - - ' qw u 'Q 4 H Linda Keck Daythal Kendall Carolyn Lea Margaret l-iI'1XWil9I' Y. Doris Manuel Robert McCoy Billie MQGee Janice McNutt Dianne Mills Shirley Moore Pat Nason James Nelson Sharon Nicholson ig Q , Evelyn Pannell Christine Paudert Maxine Pauclert Katherine Raines Jimmy Misener Brenda Pace Don Rogers Roger Rapp Anita Screws Sandra Shaw Jessie Studyvin Mary Jo Sutton Billy Terrell Marie Tracy Bobbe Van Vlack Louis Sturm Chilton Wildsmith Q ...qs nr x i t ,. -ib- 1 6 -Q 4 'fi' N' sr 'N- Q31 ulnifmmn ., f1?vssL..:x. 2, f . ,. . S W: L 1 322525 . y 'f. . f' A 5 is .if . E -,,.-, .1 '21 -'Z f" W It '- A M .N . X43? v RSF' 'W .J 1 .v if g,3gm.,5,3 M A .5 fi 1 ' V . -ffm.-Wg.: if Q? 1315 I f '- 52.3147 -,J ' 'Q si fgx ,e I Eiiglifv-ffl ffl A. y x .ty , 7 .ii 12- Q ,l,g:PrwifQ' '1 . . V 1 5523 4 R X , X N ,v . f '-515. A ... 31334 i, ..,,.- I 1,5 ir M y .,v.3'.- at V. L gf iffy- : M .' , , , W -'X 335 4 7 f , V. --,, K 53 , X7...,M L, ,.,. ., Q K .EQ . if-Q Big , Q . .i 5 w xv 'fi ' Y a Y " S gf, M. ix w 4' K, 5 Q, 2 e K X uf EX 9 5' ' f if i f A A yfwb -- M 1. 'ffl N' '95 X m Q: .... .,,,.,9. M.. 4' X Q 2 SQ X, X . Q 51:55. 4 VMS 'W Q ' Tag-fill ' 'L ' M 5 -V: -351, W M -1 L.'x -L 'L XT.. ,, ' 23:7 ' f - 4 ,i.. ... wax.. -...f "' .QV . Av, ,. .MA . W.. ' s -L E K r Q1 Q 1 -3-sn i i 5 1 s a 5 1 I H? Y' L.. S its " ui. r sw, M ,...x+.,,w. Q, 4 --Y ,A ,, ' Q .f ,fl-7 wg, , xii H' t..- ..M.,v. hx P Vi I vip 4 " 0 u i' 2 5 ' Boys' Girls' T Chaplain Chaplain Vice President Vice President Secretary reasurer President Margie Hyatt Raymond Burton Freddie Sandidge Joan A STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council began the school year with Freshman Orientation Day. During the Christ- mas Season, the club assisted an indigent family. The Student Council inaugurated a new and et- tective monitorial system. The club sponsored many money-making projects, including a "Powder Putt" Football game. The year was completed with the annual Goodwill drive. Gene Alderson Patty Atkins Billy Banks Gene Barker Ethelynn Beebe Bobby Beeson Bobby Brown Frances Bucy Dianne Carpenter lder Marvin Crowder June Tinsley Pat Steele ,Mg left pi? T s , ye Election Day Mike Driscoll Barbara Edlin Bull Flemmg Nancy Fortune Jeanie Fox - 1,QT"" Ralph Childers Ginger Crouch Pat Daze' H Dickey Grinder . Patty, June, and Nancy collecting the pennies l 214 Robert McCoy Allen McCluney Dixie Meadors Jimmy Melton Wayne Mills Jimmy Powers Roger Rapp Mary F. Griffith Frances Haynes Judy Henderson Judy Hitchings Sandra Holland Dayihal Kendall CHRISTMAS BOX FOR FAMILY Don Rogers Juanita Rutledge Anita Screws Ann Screws Barbara Taylor Nancy Ann Thurmond Bobby Van Vlack Larry Tutor Phil Wilbourn ilfon Wildsrnith I bonny Wise Mrs Leffler, sponsor, and Commissioner Dillard Gerald Woods ON THE PRESS ' 'vt Secretary Club Editor Feature Editor ...,.. -Q . g Judy Hitchings Mary Griffith Janey Delashmit 1 L: C ADY FOR SALE riNALLY-- RE THE RAMBLER is the offi- cial newspaper and information bureau of F.H.S. The name was changed this year from RAM'S HORN to THE RAMBLER. Reporters: Bobbe Van Vlack, Dianne Carpenter, Diane Nickells, Louis Sturm, Carolyn Williamson, Mary Ann Petty, Sandra Newman, Ginger Crouch, Christine Paudert, Kay Johnson, Maxine Paudert, Linda Stephens, and Jerrie Pensinger. President Vice President Treasurer 56Cretary Chaplain SPOHSOI' Par ,Steele Pat Blaine Frances Haynes Bobbie Baker Carolyn Lea Mrs- McHaffie TRI-Hl-Y Tri-Hi-Y held its installation of members in Schoolfield Methodist Church with Pat Steele, club president, presiding. The club held a cake sale at Northgate Shopping Center to raise money for club expenses. Later the club raised over seventy dollars by selling chocolate peppermints for the benefit of Y.M.C.A. foreign buildings. Kathryn Acklin was our Kandy Kween, having sold the most boxes of candy. Our club also paid fifty cents per member lwe have over one hundred and thirty members this yearl to the Y.M.C.A. for membership fees. Tri-Hi-Y sent Susan Boulware and Nancy Dickson as delegates to the Tennessee Youth Assembly, which met in Nashville. Our final activity of the year was an assembly in the form of a play, "ltchin' to Get Hitched," assisted by Mrs. McHaffie's sixth period English class Kathryn Acklin Beverly Anderson Bobbie Awbry Linda Barton Brenda Bell Carolyn Bickerstaff Susan Boulware Barbara Britt Mary Frances Byrd Peggy Callicott Dianne Carpenter Junie Davis Joan Davidson Betty Sue Denton Carolyn Ferrell Joyce Gwin Jane Goode Judy Gingrich Sally Goodwin Betty Griffith Mary Frances Griffith Barbara Hallums Faye Hanks Julie Hardesty Judy Henderson Anita Jeter Linda Johnson lrls Lawhead Carolyn Lovrnen Dixie Meadors Janice McNutt Dianne Mills Carolyn Mitchell Shirley Moore Dianne Morgan Patricia Nason Sandra Newman Kaye Nylin Evelyn Pannell Ann Powell Joy Rast Margaret Riales Carolyn Sandage Freddie Sandidge Donna Sawyer Faye Henson Nancy Henson Shirley Henson Judy Hitchings Judy Holder Sandra Holland Sherry Holland Della Hollawell Betty Hughes Margie Hyatt Janis Meadows Doris Meredith Billie McGee Pat Meredith Peggy McKinnon fll Ll Janet Schulz Anita Screws Sandra Shaw Margaret Snipes Linda Stanfill Elaine Stephens Jean Stephens Linda Stephens Mary Jo Sutton Brenda Tatum .rw Amana Linda Wood Gloria Tatum Par Tibbs Judy Vickery Vivian Warren Rose White Sue Whitworth Billie Ann Williams Carolyn Williamson Beverly Wilson Brenda Wood AT INSTALLATION Rox-Ann Worley ' -is PB' Pres'iClem Smale P ds S si e re Donsor, Mies. MCHAFFIE ps I ,1 President Margaret Snipes Vice President Anita Screws Office Vice President Linda Barton Secretary Carolyn Lea Reporter Billie Williams Treasurer Jo Ann Hopper Sponsor Mrs. Haase THE COMMERCIAL CLUB The COMMERCIAL CLUB is for students interested in entering the business world. Discussions and advice are studied so the members will be better qualified to meet the various situations that arise. Beverly Anderson '34 is Q F5 7 , Wan N gl fl f V J a L 9 ' Y s .....l . . . ,,,... .M.go.lm .. X.-:F -:-.::' -.':-:-at wax. .sgaebzr-sri-s:::! 27:11:51 . .. '49 m':5?aEi33'5T3w' . . . 'fre '-12-abh.:'v -.' 'fi' u . "' I 5-9:-Z K - u. ' . . G' X X J J aft' Q Pat Blaine Wanda Burns Joan Davidson Frances Haynes Peggy Helms Sandra Holland Judy Hubbard Betty Hughes Margie Hyatt Annie Lou Johnson Linda Johnson Nora Logan Anita Kuykendall Dixie Meadors Sylvia Medders Janice Neal Judy Shrader Jessie Studyvin Mary Jo Sutton Betty Winsett President President Reporter Noel Mason Secretary Nancy Dickson Q i Sponsor Mrs. Finch Coleman Mary Conoway Kay Craft Hugh Crews Pat Daze' Jeff Davis Barbara Edlin Sharon Edwards Chet Felts Jean Francks Sharon Griffin Anna Grinder Dickey Grinder Bill Harris Judy Henderson Nancy Henson Della Hollowell Cherri Ann Jilg Carl Rhoads Julie Hardesty LATIN CLUB The LATIN CLUB was formed to introduce phases of Roman life that there was not time for in class. Another purpose is to give pu- pils in different Latin sections the op- portunity to become acquainted. A third purpose is to add a play side to Latin. Myrna Adams Lynn Anderson Charlie Arnett Fredricka Atkins Gary Baldwin Linda Beall Marilyn Black Sandra Brennan Carolyn Bridges Joy Burnett Bill Caldwell Carolyn Coleman Tommy Michaels Vicki Mitchell Joe Mixon Dianne Morgan Charlotte Owings Sandra Pairmore Ed Parrish Sandra Paul Ann Powell Joseph Raines Bonnie Roy David Shirley Jean Stephens Nancy Talbert Barbara Taylor Janet Tiebout Patricia Tiebout Francis Tharp Ann Thornton Carol Vandiveer Elaine Wallace Sue Whitworth Chilton Wildsmith Harvey Wilmoth Charles Wilson Gordon Wilson Sonny Wise Kenneth Woolfolk John Wyatt i El il A Q .wi Pat Johnson Sue Johnson Paul Jones Martha Kennedy Kay Key Gerry Hart Klinke Harriet Lanning Margaret Linxwiler Linda Lorenzen Evelyn Lovrien Bobbie Matthews Bobby Martin Janice Maxwell Allen McCluney Beth McCoy Ruth McCracken Janice McNutt Mary McPherson 'SL X Q., ,gg is if mr ,Q f. WC! ww" .L Ek V , I f. .,,1,' I K MEQEL2 7' 4 W E? X m Q . .,,, . ,mm i . , 'Q' 9 1 v W '34 Q . A Q im - L gin -wfwem., by 9 Q. E N .3 K X M L Q sf- 3:5 h Www - ,, Wi ,ff Q Q .nl l F , , " ' yu: is 1 ,N 'Q wiv J?'N 41 . 9' ,pm Wifi . is it President wx-s 8, Aid! ' A Judy Sh fader 3' 1 f:gQ fwfr M.-me 2 we -v 'Z .U '-f??5kff?5sQ Miiitzm President Chaplain Treasurer Secretary Sponsor Robert MCCQY Bruce Arnett Charles Hanson HI-Y The Hl-Y Club is a group ot boys from the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. They are or- ganized to create, maintain, and extend through the school and community high standards of char- acter through clean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, and clean living. Wayne Bright Jack Chidester Charles Delk Chet Felts Jimmy Gaines Charles Gipson Freddie Griffin Bill Harris Charles Hayley Aubrey Hines Perry Lambert Gene Lowe Noel Mason John Patterson Roger Rapp Franklin Mask Mr Woodard Gene Alderson Gene Barker Roscoe Beck Bobby Beeson Raymond Burton HI 5 3 Qgggyg Gene Robilio H xg fo W Virgle Trout K ' N i Frances Tharp Chilton Wildsmith Warren Ward Charles Wilson Gerald Woods 1958 1959 Y BASKETBALL TEAM Charles Delk Gene Robilio Raymond Burton Charles Hayle Charles Gipson Willie Davis Bobby Beeson Freddie Griffin Charles Hanson Robert Wilson presents TROPHY 0W0I'y presenfs 19 David M Managers Jimmy Gaines John Patterson Sponsor Mr. Paul Woodard 58 TROPHY Pf6Sidenf Vice President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Sponsor Doris Manuel Larry Payne Dianne Carpenter Pat Nason Judy Hitchings SPANISH CLUB The purpose of the SPANISH Club is to broaden the understanding of our students ot the Latin-American countries. During the past year the club has eaten at several Mexi- can style restaurants, once having asaspecial guest Enrique, a student from Mexico who is now attending Southwestern A trip was made to a Spanish movie and a Pan American program was given in assembly Ethelyn Beebe Irene Brewer 'S' Barbara Britt Getting ready for Pan-American Day. Anna Brock Wayne Coleman Carolyn Coscia Hugh Crews Marcia Cunningham Jerry Davidson Joan Davidson Jeff Davis Chet Felts Joyce Gwin Barbara Hallums Julie Hardesty Cynthia Hawes Judy Henderson Kay Key Don Martin Janice Meadows Allan Meierhoefer Sol Morgan Diane Nickells Sylvia Noles L Mrs. Cuvillier K .Q ,54 l -5 kQ0llls Z MQ 'I Kathryn Raines Sara Sandiage Barbara Skinner L go' Linda Stanfill Brenda Wood Linda Wood Sue Whitworth Barbara Taylor Ann Thornton I Betty Yarbrough N2 gan!! in Spanish Class Mrs Cuvilher on Spanish Program Kathryn Raines Pan-American Program FUTURE HOMEMAKERS of AMERICA President J d Sh d u y ra er QMAKFR +09 A 5451, 5 ' KM l 79 M50 11 'et 5 ,f' Y M CL O? 4 'lf Vice President 4,0 QQ5 June Tinsley NEW lil F.H.A. strives to make girls interested in home eco- nomics and better leaders through learning chapter, sub-clis- trict, district, state, and national goals. Not only is it a learning process, but also a participating type of activity. Others are helped throughout the program, but the girl herself is the protiteer. "He who is wise is he vvho learns." Secretary Gerry Klenke I Treasurer Linda Barton Parlramentarian Anna Brock Joan Davidson Historian Nancy Dickson Junie Davis Reporter Sarah Griffin Betty Sue Denton Sponsors Miss Douglas Mrs. Graves Bobbie Sue Aubrey Sandra Barnes Marty Barnhardt Jamie Beasley Ethelynn Beebe Brenda Bell Carolyn Bickerstaff Betty Bomar Susan Boulware Irene Brewer Linda Brown Louise Brown Cecelia Burks Doris Burton Nancy Byrd Peggy Callicott Charlene Campbell Emma Lee Carter Anna Chance Betty Chitwood Kaye Nylin Charlotte Owings Evelyn Pannell Thelma Perry Mary Ann Petty Joy Rast Margaret Riales Janice Rupprecht Jeanette Sayles Sandra Shaw Carolyn Shelton Barbara Skinner Polly Smith Joyce Snellings Barbara Swagerty Gloria Tatum Barbara Taylor Carolyn Taylor Bonnie Jean Thorn Pat Tibbs Sandra Turner Vivian Warren Rose Ann White Norma Whitby Billie Ann Williams Bonnie Williams Beverly Wilson Rox-Ann Worley Bettye Dunehew Shirley Ferrell Jean Franck Judy Gingrich Sally Goodwin Joyce Gwin Frances Haynes Peggy Helms Judy Henderson Faye Henson Nancy Henson Nancy Henson Shirley Henson Judy Holder Jo Ann Hopper Anita Jeter Kay Key Joan Larsen Carolyn Lea Frieda Marsh Peggy McKinnon Dixie Meadors Janis Meadows Pat Meredith Billie Faye Mills Dianne Mills Pat Nason B t t X s , V gli ,g3., rn 1 x 1 S ,Yi X W., 'l K x fx S ' it T J X 1 if ' 9 F 'W s if lt BF . f' 'P I s A 4 1 T' ..,., ,. L . VX , President V. President Secretary Treasurer ,,'W""""' Janie Robinson, Sonia Hanks, Beth McCoy, Pat Petty, Juanita JUNIQR FUTURE HOMEMAKERS Reporter Historian Parliamentarian Song Leader H . J '15 wi Rutledge, Kathy Gupton, Penny Gray, Martha Kennedy of AMERICA Sponsors Carolyn Bridges Sherry Brock Frances Bucy Nancy Byles Reba Carpenter Anita Greene Mary Jane Hampton Kathy Hart Sue Hawkins Vicki Haynes Carolyn Hendrix Natalie Howard Cherriann Jilg Sue Johnson Martha Keel Mackie Agent Fredricka Atkins Linda Beale Janet Bostwick Barbara Brawley Sandra Brennan YAQMAKE W- 4' NEW YN R ,bo 5 o, 5 va Ph I E l rn EJlll"TT fi 9 V1 OIL oe 4 o ON Mrs. Carother' 2 if Mrs. Herringto fa. ,J Sol Morgan Peggy Pitts Sylvia Pugh Carolyn Sandage Jan Scaife Ann Screws Margaret Shirley Paula Sisk Faye Smith Nora Smith Kaye Steele Gloria Sutton Connie Tant Peggy Terry Nancy Thurmond Carol Vandiveer Joyce Vaughan Judy Vickery Penny Wilson Patricia Young X X Linda Kesler nfs' lris Lawhead 55075 , NRE! Janice McFarland 1 Nelda McGee g:,:,: :jf i, ""l2:l ' lvl- ff-4?ffff -il Pat McGhee Peggy McKee Jo Mason Lynda Mafheny Janice Maxwell Pat Mays Doris Meredith Vickie Mitchell Bertha Mitrosky Ann Moon - RAMS If ,Wk Hicks Larry Gepson Rex Tutor Ronme Ceo! Brandon Roger Taylor Jerry Mike MOSS Coach Hathcock Herbert Berry President Secretary-Treasurer r 'T UB , A f L , fy X Q K K nl, XL? l yr , F. A. -. f lg K Ni , J Y .S Sharpe Ray Phillips Putman Glenn Keith ljelashmif Jaly Whifson Coach Clayton Coach Armstrong Billy Moss Vice Presidenf f 1 9 President V. President Sec,-efa,y Treasurer Social Chairman Reporter Sponsor Nancy Dickson, Susan Boulware, Ruth Childers, Carolyn McCall, Jaciie Gillespie, Sarah Griffin Mrs.5mith A Club Meeting Ruth McCracken Frieda Marsh Janice Rupprecht Penny Wilson as Wx- .Rx Kathryn Acklin Bruce Arnett I Charles Arnett James Bogue I y ,.,, I 5 1 A. A,,. ig S Y . ' ,.::, g ,af Louise Brown 1 '- Linda Coop r of ' " Janey De Lashmit js I 'H , 1 Q , Glenda Day Jean Frank ' L' 'll X , Phyllis Huntley ln G ,:- XJ, .1 .2 ,, -, n: Gerry Klinke I l-H Xxx? ,L is President Vice President SPOPSCV SQAN do f-9 fo 31105 Betty Yarbrough Dorothy Stephens MVS- Hicks gusan Boulwafe Barbara Brawley Becky Caughron The American Junior Red Cross is the junior membership of the American Red Cross enrolled in elementary and secondary schools. Membership is maintained through the annual enrollment of schools. Enrollment means opportunities for youth to serve others locally, nationally, and internationally, and to develop skills, leadership ability and citizenship. Jack Chidester Wayne Coleman Clyde Day Junie Davis Judy Gingrich Mary Jane Hampton Linda Johnson Perry Lambert Iris Lawhead Hershel Leech Franklin Mask Jo Mason Billie McGee Shirley Miller Ann Powell Jeannette Sayles Billy Terrell Janet Tiebout Penny Wilson Jerry Wolfe ,xx K ,Ai I uuv 'xwizx 3 -wi 1 X 'W A sw iN f if aww han... Vi J 'T ff F wg. if 4 P E .1 1531 3? 1 A QS .,, E Q 1 l l Q ,g p QNX sw 5 f . .110 qi: QQTUL ww CDNS ' -f"f"3ufb, O' fi vi ' ,li ,E . ' f ? , 7 i'a?g?' , 31 113 45 I SPEECH nil, 'C llll li- mr This year the F.H.S. Speech Department hases- tablished the custom of having an organized club for each class period. The purpose of this year's clubs have been to learn parliamentary procedure, to develop speaking ability, and to instill school spirit by the selection of a "Foremost Frayserite" each six weeks. The Speech Department has presented a special student assembly, produced a "Christmas Tree-o" of one-act plays and a three-act play, One Foot in Heaven, this spring. SIGMA OMEGA SIGMA President Margie Hyatt Vice President Mart Frances Griffith Secretary June Tinsley Treasurer Becky Caughron Reporter-Social Chairman Freddie Sandidge Chaplain Riherd One Foot in Heaven Sponsor M. Hester Ann Britton Jeannette Burrow Mary Frances Byrd Pat Daze' Chet Felts Patsy Gray Faye Hanks Sue Harrington Knox Johnson Harriet Lanning Ruth McCracken Evelyn Pannell Charles Russell William Sutton Emma Lou White DELTA SIGMA CHI The Speech Department each six weeks has recognized one student who in the opinion of the faculty and students of the speech classes is representative of the high school ideals of our school. After being nominated by faculty members, the nominees are screened until they appear before a faculty-student committee, which makes the final selection each six weeks. Lucy Bolin Betty Bomar Linda Brown Jerry Chipman Jack Chidester Wayne Coleman Ginger Crouch Rita Crowe Jeff Davis Jenny Jeffreys J. H. Johnson Linda Johnson Alan Meierhoefer Dianne Mills Ed Parrish C70 President Pat Steele Vice President Larry Ray Secretary Janice Neal Treasurer Shirley Moore Chaplain Judy Shrader l Parliamentarian l Judy Hubbard l Carl Rhoads Jessie Studyvin Billie Ann Williams Bobbie Jean Wood Bettye Yarbrough President Vice President Secretary Repoffer Sponsor F Z Shirley MOOFS Carl Rhoads Ginger Crouch Mary Frances Griffith THESPIAN SOCIETY The National Thespian Society is a national honorary society for the promotion of high school dramatics. This fall eleven charter members were tapped into the organization. Then, in the spring, apprentice members who had gained ten Thespian points under the organizations point system were formally initiated. The highest honor to be bestowed upon a Thespian is to be chosen as "Best Thespian" for the year. 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Our C-Q Froyser Drug Store 14,6 PRESCRIPTION HEADQUARTERS LDEPENDABLE 3068 Thomas S1'ree+ '51,-, DRUGGIST EL 7-530I PHONE EL 7-530l "Be With the Crowd Ii 'Qs 'L Three Cheers for FROSTOP DRIVE-IN 3036 Thomas S+ree+ PHONE EL 7-4542 DOTY'S ESSO STATION 3376 Hindman Ferry Road PHONE EL 7-9I 84 EL 7-9I 84 Bes+ Wishes From TI-IE IVIID-SOUTI-I'S FINEST CAMERA SI-IOP ED'S CAMERA SHOP THREE' LOCATIONS Phone BR 2-245I I279 Madison Avenue Phone BR 2-245I Phone FA 3-2029 6I6 Sou+h Highland Avenue Phone FA 3-2029 Phone GL 2-524i 3466A Plaza Avenue-Poplar Plaza Phone GL 2-524i MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE CompIimenI's of ALTA VISTA DRUG CO. YOUR AFTER SCHOOL HOST" 3I83 Nor+I1 Wa+Idns S+reeI Phone EL 7-342I EL 7-342I . QI Presud I SenIiIIan T3IEAd8m5 MIDWEST'S FOREMOST- DO YOU REMEMBER? D 'YQ ""-.Eg-, 'B SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHERS W X CURLE'S ' " URE SERVICE STATION AND AA GARAGE I FURE A P ioh'4uv.09?. X I . 0 COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS SI'a+ion No. I: 3020 Thomas-EL 7-652I SI'a+ion No. 2: 32I3 N. 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