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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.
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
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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
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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
sponsors the Student Council. Outside of school Mrs. Leffler is busy with her husband,
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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.
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.
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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.
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
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.
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