Gallatin High School - Green Wave Yearbook (Gallatin, TN)
- Class of 1954
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This I954 edition ot GREEN WAVE published by Dottie Birdwell and Tyler Ford
Editors, Lillian Cage and Eddie Person, Jumor Editors, Patsy Caldwell, Picture Editor,
Tommy Armstrong, Artist Mac McLean, Business Manager, William Petty Jumor
Business Manager, Mrs Robert Hutton, Advisor, with individual photographs by
Starks Studio, group photographs by Oakley and Wooten studio, and snapshots
by Shirley Creekmur, Frank Matlock and George Cox, and prmted by McQuuddy
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TABLE 0F CUIITEIITS
PAGE 10 FAGIILTY
PAGE 13 FEATURES
PAGE 31 URGANIZATIGNS
PAGE 51 ATIILETIGS
PAGE 67 GLASSES
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A freshman sees the school as it is only
before he has become so much a part
of it that he is too close for true sight.
For only a little while can he look upon
it with impartiality. When he first
comes into the school it is just another
building-here he will spend most of
his waking hours for four years-he
doesn't realize that memories of the
days here will be his for a lifetime. He
sees the boys and girls around him:
friendships are forming, friendships
that will hold with stronger ties than
he now dreams. He sees the football
team as it leaves for a game: feels the
spirit of the school begin to enfold him
and become a part of his life. From
the day of his registration to the end
of the year when the yearboolrs are
being signed, the school draws him
closer. The school now is his life. He
has become a part of all that he sees.
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Our year is highlighied in so many
ways. Will you ever 'forgel' ihe irip
to New Orleans? We lxnow those girls
will never forget +l1e Junior-Senior Parfy
l?l las+ spring-and for anoiher reason
flue boys will never forget the La'Faye'd:e
game. And the day flue Senior rings
came! Noi' even to men+ion the
struggle io ge+ good picfures for flue
Annual-fhe edi+ors say "fo get any
kind of pic+ures."
Countmg lute by heart throbs he lived ln deeds not
years In thoughts not breaths In 'feellngs not In
tlgures on a calendar we thlnlc of hum tarlng on
as dear In the love ot There as the love ot Here
Therefore we the statt of the l954 GREEN WAVE
dedicate thus edutson to one of our classmates whose
memory IS dear to us Hls short lute he dedicated
to trnendshup he was the trlend ot us all and we
offer our trlbute ot lasting memory to
We of Gallatin High School believe that we have been
nvllegecl m having Mac Peebles as coach and teacher
been an example of high
for the last two years He has
hip and sincere effort and the
:deals good sportsmans
thoughts as well as m
Senior Class honors him ln its
edition of the Gree
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They have many jobs other than those directly
connected with class rooms and textbooks-
counseling and guidance, supervision of ex-
tra-curricular activities, help with projects of
all ltinds-a teacher's job has as many facets
as a well cut diamond and is 'far more valu-
able, for it reflects light on the lives of the
MR. JOHN ANDERSON
B.S., M.A., Peabody College
MR. PRINCE H. AYDELOTT
B.S., Tennessee Techg M.S., University of Tennessee
MR. LOYD BARNARD
B.S., Western State College, Bowling Green, Kentucky:
M.A., George Peabody College
NIRS. N. H. BAULCH
B.S., Peabody College
NIR. N. H. BAULCH
B.S.A., M.S., University of Tennessee
NIRS. VVILDA JANE BLACKMORE
B.S., University of Tennessee: L.S., Peabody College
NIRS. HUGH H. BURRUM
B.S., State Teachers Collegeg M.A., Peabody College
MRS. EDWARD M. DRAPER
David Lipscombg B.S., Peabody College
General Science, Physics, Chemistry
MRs. RICHARD H. HARSH
B.S., Slate Teachers College
NIRS. ROBERT N. HUTTON, JR.
BA., Tennessee College
NfRS. CORDELL JOHNSON
B.S., Ward-Belmont College: Peabody
MRS. C. A. KEMP
B,A., Bowling Green Business University
NlRS. NIAMIE A. LEWIS
B,S., Austin Peay
MRS. NELL H. MCDONALD
MR. NI. PEI-LBLES
B.A., Vanderbilt University
History, Business Law, Sociology, Football Coach
NlRS. E. E. PERSON
French, Latin, Glee Club
MRS. MARY SPIVEY
B.S., Slate Teachers College: M.S., University of Tennessee
NlRS. NELL SPIVEY
B.S. in Ed,, University of Tennessee
MRS. Ti-ioxias K. SUDDARTH
B.S., Tennessee Tech
NIR. P. YVADE
BA., Vanderbilt: MA.. Peabody College
Science, Economics, Mathematics, Coach
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BOBBY BUTLER BQBBY BOREN
Commercial Deparimenl Award Commercial Deparlmenl Award
RUTH COOPER CLIFFORD DOBBS
Blue's Award F. H. A. Award
ANN AAI-LRED D1ANNE INIARTIN
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Peggy Jeanette Nancy Farns Wilma Taylor
Evelyn Harper lmogene McQuary Ann Massey
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TYLER FORD Vice President
JANICE WooDwARn Vxce Presxdent
DOTTIE. BIRDWELL Secretary Treasurer
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BOBBY ALDERSON, TOMMY ARMSTRONG, CAROL BROWN, SUE BURGESS, LILLIAN CAGE, BUD COLEY, JANE CREASEY, SHIRLEY
CREEKMUR, BETTY JEAN DOZIER, BILLY DRIVER, ANN EDMONDS, LOUISE EDMONDS, ANN POPE FRANKLIN, JOANN FULLER,
LUCY GILES, JOE HAYNES, JOYCE HINTON, GLENN JONES, NIAXINE JONES, SIDNEY JONES, JANE LOVELESS, RECECCA NIARTIN,
ANNE XIASSEY, NIAC MACLEAN, JUDY PROCTOR, SYLVIA SNOW, BETFY JO TAYLOR, WILMA TAYLOR, DEE DEE TOMPRINS,
ANN LOVE VANTREASE, HARRY WATKINS, CULLEN VVILSON, JEAN YVOMACK, JACKIE WOODWARIJ.
Through Sfudenf Council We Learned fo Accept the Principles of Democracy
Each Spring democracy in its truest form permeates the
atmosphere at Gallatin High School. Specitically this rea
fers to the annual election by the Student Body of the
Student Council Officers for the following year. Any
candidate is well qualified. Friends runs against friends,
brother against sister. This election has all of the fanfare
and flurry of real elections except for one important hem.
This is not a popularity contest. All students regardless of
age, class, or political organization vote for the candidate
that he or she feels will do the most for Gallatin High
Several projects have been undertaken by the 1954 Stu-
dent Council. First it has planned an "Honor System" for
G. H. S. which, if accepted by the faculty and students, will
be a milestone in the progress of our school. This idea
originated with the student body but the ground work has
been handled by the Student Council.
Secondly, Student Council has been active in attempting
to coordinate work from the county and city, so that we
may have good roads and also beautify our campus. The
CouIIcil has felt that students in G. H. S. are proud of
our beautiful building and are discouraged to see it stand-
ing in surroundings which have been neglected because of
insufficient funds from our county and city.
Another form of democracy at work may be seen in the
nne adjustments that are being made by the many new
students who are transferring to our school. S. C. has
been very active in trying to make our new friends feel at
home here from their very first day at G. H. S.
From the Sale of Student Pictures Student Council placed
over 35100 in the treasury to be used as needed in the future.
Other important works of Student Council for G. H. S.
have been the handling of the sale of tickets for Stunt
Night, the presentation of several chapel programs, the
coordination of principal and pupils in school activities
and the presiding of Student Council presiding over all
gatherings of the Student Body.
STIIDEIIT COUIICIl CDIIIIIIITTEES
Buildings and Grounds
JOE NIANN HAYNE5
ANN LovE VANTREASE
NIARY ANN WRIGI-IT'
JAMES ALLEN FRANKLIN
DORA ,ANN COLEY
LENA BARRY HIBBETT
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Joe Mann Haynes
Jo Ann Humble
Mary Lee Tn'n kms
DOTTIE BIRDWELL NADEAN
JAMISON PRISCILLA SETTLE MARY
RICKSON Dorris Hughes Carter
Hughes Ann Pope Franklin Jane
Creasy Jane Loveless Allen McDonald
Mary Frank Ligon Carol Pracna
Willie B Green
RUTH COOPER JEANETTE KEEN
PEGGY JEANNETTE ANN LOVE
VANTREASE JUANITA FRAZOR
SANDRA KEYE MARY LOUISE
Mrs Mamie Lewis
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have survived the "mad rush" for time to puhliima school paper. The stall' is proud of the creative ability of Allen and
janeg amazed at Mary Love's poetic inspirationg thinkful for Nancv's patience and undcrstandingg appreciative of Patricia's
originality: grateful for Ruth, Jeanette, Peggyykdn Love, Juanita and Sandra for those long hours spent in typing:
astonished at Nathan's financial wisdomg and very pleased with the year's work in general.
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Boy Vice-President .... EDDIE PERSON
Girl Vice-President ..,...,.,..... ANN MASS!-:Y j y
Responding Secretary .... ,.... P ATIUCIA HENDRICKSON A 7 Q '- y X
Corresponding Secretary ..,,, ...,...... N ANCY Fmuus bg ,I X '
Treasurer ,..,,.,,...,. ,.... A NN EDMONDS l:, lr I Teh
The candlelight service initiated a number of new mem-
bers into the service organization known as the Beta
Club. Our project "paying for the projector" has con-
sumed most of our time and energy this year but, thanks
to the wonderful cooperation of the student body, we be-
lieve we'll make it. The picturei shows and a spaghetti
Language departments. As usual the Convention will be
the climax of our year and this time we'll have two
honorary members to take with us. They'll help provide
moral support to our president in the session where he
will preside as State Vice-President. We have heard by
have helped our along the wayg we've
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the grapevine that some of our members will be as dXN
to serve at the tea at the Governor's mansion. -
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FUTURE FHRIIIERS 0F IIIIIERICH
This Way We Can
Gallatin's FFA chapter this vear consists of 107 boys tak-
ing Vocational Agriculture. Sixty of the boys received
chapter farmer degrees this year. Four boys are apply-
ing for State Farmer Degree.
We placed second in Skills contest, third in Public Speak-
ing. second in Parliamentary Procedure, third in I.ive-
stock judging and will enter the Dairy judging contest in
The chapter was selected as one of twenty out of Middle
Tennessee to receive Sl50.00 to form a pig chain. We
plan to combine our old pig chain with the new and
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make it one of the best in the State. XYe will have a hog
show this year.
The boys had one of the few hre fighting squads in the
State and cooperated 100 per cent in lighting 3 fires.
The FFA Basketball team won 5 games and lost 2 this
We helped sponsor the FFA and FHA Valentine party,
and we are planning on having our annual Father and
Son Banquet in April.
All boys in the FFA have some crop or some kind of live-
stock and mostly a combination of both. We learn what
and how in class and carry out the practices at home.
. , .NIAURICE PENDARVIS
., .JIBDIY CELSOR
. . . ,TONY SPURLOCK
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Secretary .,.I... .... C HARLENE CRUTCI-IEP, 'Z lf I
Treasurer , , ..,. VIRGINIA ARMISTEAD ' J J, 0' lf
Reporter ..... BIARY jo ALLEN ' 1, " 6
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The kind of life within a home will depend on the peo-
ple who live there. It is they who create that intangible
quality called the "atmosphere of the home."
Many thoughtful people feel that the study of home mak-
ing is the linest and most important kind of education in
the world. How does home making in our school con-
tribute to successful and pleasant family living?
Its scope is wide, from which we choose such various
problems and activities as Good Grooming in developing
correct posture and gracefulness, the use of the Art Prin-
ciples in creating an attractive dress, a beautiful hand-
made picture, a delicious casserole dish or colorful salad:
and in making selections and well balanced arrangements
of furniture Zillfl furnishings for the home.
All Who Live in Homes Are Homemakers
Because we believe that Music promotes the love of
beauty, fine human relations, and an emotional depth of
understanding, we afford to every student an opportunity
for participation in this field.
Music Festivals of county, mid-state, and state, are en-
tered by our Glee Club. At these festivals large choral
groups and small ensembles of the G. H. S. Glee Club
meet with similar groups of similar interests.
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lt has been said that music is the most intimate and
personal form of communion man has with others. We
believe that, in order to produce the man, music along
with other cultural subjects must be recognized as a
means of reaching and developing the student.
Addison has aptly said of music:
"It wakes the soul, and lifts it high,
And rings it with sublime desires,
And fits it to bespeak the Diety."
. . . .ANN Lovrs VANTREASE
. , . .IMOGENE MCCILARY
4 . . .WILMA TAYLOR
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Santa, an offawagwt wma JIM, wan,
As You Like It Club was organized to fulfill a need of
the school. Some who were uncertain about their talents
or interests could belong to an organization while they
were deciding. The name of the club suggests that a
variety of programs would be acceptable. Whatever the
individuals or the group likes is appropriate for enter-
tainment or discussion. In this group the more capable
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ones are selected as officers. Much depends on the en-
thusiasm of the leaders.
Although the name "As You Like It" might suggest a
flavor of Shakespeare, you may be assured that the mae
jority of the members are innocent of any knowledge of
that Elizabethan playwright.
. .JACKIE WRIGHT
, . .TOMMY FRANKLIN
. . . . Bun Couzv
.. .BOBBY DURHAM
President .. . ,GLENN JONLQ
lfife-Pmidenz . EDDIE PERSON E
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Others enjoyed studying modern languages and ancient
culture because ofthe genuine pleasure derived from the
benefits of enjoying the rich heritage of Latin, French,
and Spanish. We who live in the New World today real-
ize that it is very beneficial to know the language of our
neighbors. The learning of Spanish is a necessary cone
necting link to the north. Old Spain colonized most of
the land south of us-Mexico, Central America, and ex-
cept for Brazil, all of South America. People who live in
these countries have some of Spain's culture. In Canada
the people have similar interests of the French. Since
Latin is the parent of the Romance languages, its value
is obvious. Through a study of this language our own
language is enriched and our appreciation of Roman
civilization is broadened.
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The Gallatin High School Letter Club was revived this
year, organized for the first time under a constitution
and by-laws. With the excellent leadership of its Presi-
dent, Al Wade jones, and its Adviser, Mrs. Lewis, the
club functioned well during the 1953-54 season.
The membership was made up of those boys and girls
who had won a letter by excelling in any major sport
and those who also stood for good sportsmanship and
The object of the club was to help encourage better rela-
tions between visiting schools and Gallatin High and to
aid the Gallatin Athletic Association financially.
The organization certainly measured up to its aims and
performed its duties in such manner as to be a credit to
Gallatin High School.
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XIARY LOVE FOYVLER
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The dramatic club is composed of students who are in-
plays, and original oratory. Each year members par- N
terested in any phase of public speaking. Since the
ticipate in the Tennessee Interscholastic Literary League
ability to express one's thoughts in an asset in a world
contest, the winners of which go to the state meeting.
where democracy reigns, the art of self-expression is one
of the primary goals of the dramatic group.
In addition to contest activities, members of the club
help in school and Parent-Teacher programs. f
Dramatic productions cover a wide variety of subjects,
offering experience in poetry interpretation, readings,
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T0day's pioneer-the scientist-finds new lands to explore
in test tubes. His hunting is done with the microscope.
He seeks new horizons in the use of atomic energy. The
tempo of scientific progress beats faster and faster, making
possible further enlightenment and a new age of plenty,
or, by the same token, no world at all.
The scientist and the engineer, working with the business
man, tamed the wilderness with stearnboats and railroads,
provided harvesters to cut the prairie grain and feed a
growing nation. Scientists harnessed the power of rivers
and coal and hidden lakes of oil-and helped give
Americans high-quality, mass-produced goods. They
found new medicine to ease pain and lengthen lives.
Here at G. H. S. we plan for the future through projects
and experience provided by the Science Club. Programs,
lectures and films help inspire us to explore the marvel
that lies just beyond the horizon.
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The vocational business program is designed to develop The program also assists capable and interested pupils
knowledges, skills, habits, attitudes and ideals necessary in preparing for further education leading toward man
for successful beginning and advancement in business. agement or professional business positions.
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It seems almost lmposslble that anythlng ltke order could
HIISC from the chaos that IS the maktng of a yearbook
From September on we were remmdmg Patsy to see that
we had a p1cture of thus or of that Nlac and Bllly began
haunting the posstble prospects for ads and Tyler and
Dottle were gtymg orders rn eyery dnectlon except when
they were askmg PCIITIISSIOII to mlss class Of course ll
took weeks to get the Seniors to hind Ill thetr 2iCl1lCXC
ments stnll more weeks to get the quotatrons and thumb
narl sketches flmshed and not even months gave us all the
plctures we needed Esen as we wrxte thls Patsy IS say
mg Oh I know somethrng we drdnt get a pxcture of
Strll press t1me comes and somehow the book goes to the
prmters filled w1th memorres for the staff and brxmful
of hopes that you the student body w1l1 find rn these
pages a remmder of the happy days you spent on the h1ll
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Pzcture Fdztor PATSX CALDMILL jr Pzrture Fdztor
JLDX DLNCAN Cuculatzon Varznqn XL MADE JONES
Quotatzonx NI-xRY LONE FOXILLR qfhanrllmnj BOBBY
BUTLER XYILXIA T-XXLOR, DELLA BORIJM, IRAIHERINE
BRANIHANI, LARRY LESEXIAN RLTH CROSS, LFNA HIBBFTF,
BI-ZTIX DOZIER qTypIsIj Art Xxx ALEXANDER Txpzst
RUTH COOPER fChaIrmanj, JEANETTE kEEx, THELNIA
NICCORXIICK PEGGX jLAxxET'rE Arlzzfzfenwnts DIANA
NIARTIN IChaIrmanj, -ILANITA BASS PATRILIA HFNDRICk
sow, JAXIILS FRANKLIN, ISAAC BIROMN SADRA ku qTxp
ISU Pzcture Staff FRANK NIATLOCR GIORGE COX, SHIR
LEX CREERXIUR, HILLIAXI Rn Thunzbnazl Sketches
FRANR BARTLETT jLxE FRANRLIx qChaIrmanj ROBERT
XIARTIx FRIDDII SEXTFR, EIELTN HARPER, BETTY
DISXILRES, jo hw It RIGHT, JANICE TU'ITLI-Z GERALDINE
JUNLS Feature Staff Axm EDXIONDS QFaculu Extra Pagesj,
xxx Lou. XANTRLASE Arhleucsj, NIARCI FARRIS QClubsj,
Ixrocur NICC nu fClasses and Class Ofhcersj, jAxICE
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Alphabety DORA CoLEx qFeaIure5 and -Xlphabety Sports
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That's the Camera Club. This year we limited our mem-
bers to twentyalive in order to have a smaller group to
work with. Several members have been a great help to
the annual by taking snapshots, one especially is Picture
Editor. When the weather gets a little warmer we are
planning to have a field trip in which every member can
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to have him come up and talk to us. Maybe the seniors
will get some good practice at taking pictures while they
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The seven Library Assistants are willing and anxious to
render service to the student body and faculty of our
High School at all times.
What our Library would look like without them is in-
conceivable, for it is they who straighten the magazines,
put the scrambled books in order, replace cards in books,
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using of the projector. Without them we could not have
had the picture shows that have helped pay for our pro-
jector-so the school appreciates them, and just think
how long they could make a ninety minute picture!
plants, and tidy the shelves.
create attractive bulletin boards and displays, run errands
in school Cas well as in townj, shellac books, water the
As steadfast friends of the school they serve, not as
keepers of books, but as dispensers of knowledge.
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Another season of football has
with defeat just as
it should be One never appreciates the sweet without a little bitter
After long hours of practtce day after day the GREEN WAVE this year faced what
was said to be the toughest schedule in Mid state Before we knew it the season
was already over Although we did not win too many games I beheve we secured
from this year s football the greatest things teamw k
or sportsmanship and how to
be a good winner as well as a good loser.
passed victory combined
There have n w o could have given more inspiration to
do the right thing than our coaches have, and they will live in the hearts of the
players as well as i h
llatin High for years to come.
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Front Row fleft to rightj: JOE HILTON, FREDDIE SENTER, GLEN JONES, AL
WADE JONES, HARRY PARKER, BILL- WOMACK, JIMMY CELSOR, WILLIE
CELSOR. Second Row: EDDIE PERSON, TOMMY FRANKLIN, LEROY GRIZZLE,
JERRY WOODARD, NORMAN HEROD, FRANK BARTLEIT, JOE MANN I-IAYNES,
JOHN WOODARD, BOBBY DURI-IAM. Back Row: BOBBY BORFN, JIMMY
BURNKIT, HARRY WATKINS, HULEN GRANT, MAC MACLEAN, BUD COLEY,
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President . . . . . .BOBBY BOREN
Vice-President . . .EDDIE PERSON
Secretary ..,. ..... B ILLY EMPSON
Treasurer .JENNY ALEXANDER
Reporter . . . . .BOBBY FLEMING
Flute .... .... J 0 ANNE BRIZENDINE
Clarinet . , . .... JEANETTE KEEN
Clarinet ..... JEAN WATSON
Clarinet DANNY NICDOWELL
Bells ..,... .,.. M ARGARET STAFFORD
Percussion . . . .BOBBY ALDERSON
Percussion . . . .,... HUGH JONES
Percussion . . ,...,. PAUL FALLS
Percussion . . . .... BOBBY FLEMING
Percussion . . , , ,HOWARD YA1-E5
Percussion . . . ,...., HACK GILLIAM
Trumpet . . .... CORRINE NORMAN
Trumpet .. ,.,. BOBBY BOREN
Trumpet ,. ..,. BILLY ADAMS
Trumpet . . . . .ISHMAEL WOOD
Trumpet .. BILLY McDowELL
Trombone .. ..., BILLY EMPSON
Trombone ....... ,DON TEMPLETON
Alto and Baritone ..., EDDIE PERSON
Saxophone ....,. .... J Ol-IN BRACEY
Saxophone . . JENNY ALEXANDER
Bass ...,, .FRANK BIATLOCK
Bass .. GLENN HAMMOND
Thirteen is usually considered an unlucky number, but
for Gallatin High this year it has been lucky as well as
important, for this was the number of players in our
marching band. In addition to these thirteen players, we
had seven Majorettes whose baton twirling techniques
and other charms have made us a very attentive audience.
With the "feeder system" in use, by which younger chil-
dren will gain experience and basic musicianship before
they are old enough for the band, the number of march-
ing players will be increased year by year. Already the
number of players has been increased to twenty-four as
shown in the band picture and we hope to have even
more next year.
Although "Little but Loud" was an apt description of the
group this year, they have made themselves heard and
appreciated at Gallatin High School.
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CARRIE LEE DISMUKES
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DIAN N MARTIN
JAN ICE WOODWARD
Never change when love has found its home."
Latin Club, '51, French Club, '52, Language Club, '53, Science
Club 51 Dramatic Club, '51, '52, Glee Club, '51, '54, Mikado,
51 Sumner County Music Festival, '51, '54, Commercial Club,
53 Annual Staff, '54, Home Room Secretary, '52, Basketball,
52 53 54, Letter Club, '54, Treasurer, '54, Teen Town, '51,
52 53 54, Student Body Committee, '54, C. V. C. Music
Festival 51. '54, Pep Squad, '51, '52, Class Tournament, '51,
Coach 52 '53, Mid-State Music Festival, '51, '54.
"A good mind possesses a kingdom."
Entered from Hartsville, '52, Basketball, '53, '54, Captain, '54,
FHA 53, Letter Club, '54, Class Tournament Coach, '53,
Annual Staff, '54.
A wise man never refuses anything to necessity."
FFA 51 '52, As You Like lt Club, '53, B Team, '50, Student
Council 51, '52, '54, Annual Stall Artist, '54, Home Room
Boldness is a mask for fear, however great."
A 51, '52, '54, F.F.A. Skill Contest, '51, '52, '531 F.F.A.
judging Team, '51, Trial Meet Clarksville, '52, '53, '54, B Team
Football 50, Varsity Football, '51, '52, '53, Glee Club, '53,
CVC Music Festival, '53, M.T.S.C., '53, Sergeanteat'Arms Junior
Class 53 Class Tournament, '54 Letter Club, '54 Annual Staff, '54,
Teen Town '51, '52, '53, '54.
Our characters are the result of our conduct."
L in Club, '51, '52, Beta Club, '52, '53, '54, Play, '53, Science
Club 53 '54, Dramatic Club, '53, '54, Home Room Vice-Presi-
dent 54 Annual Stall, '54, Student Body Committee, '54, As
You Like It Club, '51, Nursing Club, '53.
"Virtue is the truest nobility."
Latin Club, '51, '52, Vice4President, '52, Class Tournament, '51,
Art Club, '51, Science Club, '52, '55, '54, Speech Club, '52, Ad-
vertising Manager, '52, Dramatic Club, '52, '53, '54, Play, '52,
Home Room Secretary, '52, Beta Club, '52, '53, '54, Teen Town,
'52, '53, '54, Class Treasurer, '53, Class Secretary, '52, Paper
Stalf 53 '54, Junior Editor of GREEN WAVE, '53, Co-Editor,
E48 Stu5d1ent Body Committee, '53, Secretary-Treasurer of Student
o y .
DELLA blAl BORDEN
"Peace rules the day, where reason rules the mind."
Latin Club, '51, '52, As You Like It Club, '51, Camera Club, '52,
Beta Club, '53, '54, Play, '53, Commercial Club, '53, '54, Dra-
matic Club, '53, '54, Class Tournaments, '52, '53, Deck Tennis
Tournament, '53, Annual Staff, '54.
"I prefer to do right and get no thanks, rather than to do wrong
and get no punishment."
Entered from Elizabethtown, Kentucky, '53, Foreign Language
Club. '53, '54, Glee Club, '54, Beta Club, '54, Teen Town, '54,
"Gentle in method, strong in performance."
Latin Club, '51, French Club, '54, Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, '54,
Mikado, '51, Mid-State Music Festival, '51, '52, '53, C.V.C. Music
Meet, '51, '52, '53, Football, '53, Basketball, '54, As You Like It
Club, '51, Stunt Night, '53, Class Toumament, '51, '52, '53,
"A .surpassing beauty and in the bloom of youth."
Class Vice-President, '51, Homeroom Reporter, '52, Dramatic
Club. '51, '52, .'53, Clarksville Forensic Meeting, '52, 3rd Place in
Dramatic Reading, State Festival at Clarksville, Glee Club, '51,
'52, .'53, '54, Mid-State Music Festival, '51, '52, '53, '54, C.V.C.
Music Festival, '51,' '52, '53, '54, Sumner County, Music Festival,
5l, 52, '53, '54, Glee Club Operetta, '51, Mikado, '51, Class
Tournament, '52, Stunt Night, '52, Camera Club, '52, Com.
rnercial Club, '53, '54, Science Club, '51, '52, '53, Pep Squad, '51,
52. 53: Teen Town. '51, '52, '58, '54, French Club, '52, Latin
Club. 51: Guzzi: WAVE Staff, '54.
"I would live to study, and not study to live."
Latin Club, '51, French Club, '52, '53, Camera Club, '54, Dra-
matic Club, '54: Science Club, '54, Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, C.V.C.
MUSQC Feilival, '51, '52, '53, '54, Mid-State Music Festival, '51, '52,
53. 54: Sumner County Music Festival, '51, '52, '53, '54, Mikado,
'51, TCCI1 TOWI1, '53, '54, P.T.A. Stunt Night, '53, French Club
Play, '53, GREEN WAVE Stall, '54.
"Quiet, and ready to lend a helping hand."
F-F-A., '50, '51, '52, '53, Alternate on Livestock judging Team,
State Fair, '51, F.F.A. Radio Program, '53.
"If music is love, give me a second helping."
F.F.A. Club, '51, '52, '53, Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, '54, Middle
Tennessee Festival, '51, '52, '53, '54, Sumner County Festival, '51,
'52, '53, '54, Cumberland Valley Conference, '51, '52, '53, '54,
Winner of Boys' Solo in C.V.C., '51, '53, Columbia Livestock
Judging Contest, '52, Mikado, '5l.
"Honest as the day is long."
Latin Club, '51, '52, French Club, '53, '54, Dramatic Club, '51,
'54, Hilltop Highlights Stall, '52, '53, '54, joke Editor, '54, Glee
Club, '51, '52, '53, '54, Mikado, '51, Mid-State Music Festival, '51,
'52, '53, '54, Sumner County Festival, '51, '52, '55, '54, C.V.C.
Music Meet, '51, '52, '53, '54, Camera Club, '52, '53, '54, Re-
porter, '54, Teen Town, '51, '52, '53, '54, Pep Squad, '51, '52, '53,
Student Body Committee, '54, GREEN WAVE Staff, '53, '54, Junior
Ilclctuge Editor, '53, Picture Editor, '54, Beta Club, '54, Honorary
"Be good to thy friend to keep him, to thy enemy to gain him."
As You Like It Club, '51, '52, Camera Club, '52, F.H.A., '54, Glee
Club, '54, Commercial Club, '54.
"We grant, although he had much wit, he was very shy in
Entered from Hartsville, '51, F.F.A., '51, '52, '53, Vice-President,
'54, Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, Football, '51, '52, '53, Letter Club,
'53, '54, G Club, '53, '54.
"The happiness of the heart, causeth a faire colour in the face."
Entered from'Hartsville, '51, Class Treasurer, '51, Varsity Foot-
ball, '51, '55, Varsity Basketball Manager, '52, G Club, '53, Glee
Club, '52, '53, '54, F.F.A., '51, '52, '53, '54, GREEN WAVE Staff,
'54, Student Body Committee, '54.
DORA ANN COLEY
"Love, that all gentle hearts so quickly know."
Basketball, '52, '53, '54, Teen Town, '51, '52, '53, '543 Secretary-
Treasurer, '54, Science Club, '52, '53, '54, President, '53, Secretary-
Treasurer, '54, F.H.A., '52, '53, '54, Class Toumament, '52, '53,
I-'.F.A. Queen, '53, Football Queen, '53, Glee Club, '51, Student
Council, '53, Student Body Committee, '54, GREEN WAVE, '54,
Hilltop Highlights, '54, Home Room President, '51, Secretary-
"Her quietness and dignity stamp her as a lady."
Beta Club, '52, '53, '54, Glee Club, '53, '54, C.V.C., '53, '54,
Sumner County Music Festival, '53, '54, Mid-State Festival, '53, '54,
F.H.A., '52, '55, '54, Treasurer, '53, Sub-District Parliamentarian,
'54, State F.H.A. Chorus, '54, F.H.A. Play, '53, F.H.A. Convention,
'53, Commercial Club, '53, '54, Nurses Club, '53, As You Like It
Club, '52, '53, Home Room Program Committee, '53, Art Club,
'52, Hilltop Highlights, '54, GREEN WAVE, '54.
"Be merry as you can, for love never delights in sorrowful man."
B Team Football, '51, Cheerleader, '51, Glee Club. '51, '52, '53,
C.V.C., '51, '52, '55, Mid-State Festival, '51, '52, '53, Sumner
County Music Festival, '51, '52,- '53, Latin Club, '51, French
Club, '52, Science Club, '51, Camera Club, '54, GREEN WAVE, '54,
Clarksville Track Meet, '53, '54,
"She is admired most by those who know her best."
Class Vice-President, '54, Commercial Club, '53, '54, Treasurer,
54 Basketball, '53, '54, Student Council, '54, Beta Club, '52.
3 '54, GREEN YVAVE, '54, Hilltop Highlights, '54, Football
Queen Attendant, '53, Glee Club, '52, '54, Middle Tennessee State
Festival, '52, '54, Teen Town, '51, '52, '53, '54, Pep Squad, '5l,
52 Class Tournament, '5l, '52, Dramatic Club, '53, '54, Camera
Club, '53, '54, F.H.A., '5l, Science Club, '51, '52, Spanish Club,
52 Home Room Reporter, '54, P.T.S.A. Representative, '54,
Sumner County Music Festival, '52, Band, '52.
"Her ways are ways of pleasantness and her paths are
paths of peace."
FHA., '51, '52, '53, Commercial Club, '54, Beta Club, '52, '53,
54 Home Room Secretary, '53.
"True worth is in being, not seeming."
Science Club, '51, Latin Club, '5l, '52, French Club, '53, Beta
Club, '54, Foreign Language Club, '53, Teen Town, '51, '52,
53 '54, Student Body Committee, '54.
BETTY SUE DISMUKES
"If a woman have long hair, it is a glory to her."
ee Club, '5l, '52, '53, '54, C.V.C., '51, '52, '53, '54, Sumner
ounty Festival, '5l, '52, '53, '54, Mikado, '5l, M.T.S.C., '51,
Dramatic Club, '51, '53, '54, Science Club. '5l, '52, '54,
Camera Club, '52, '53, Commercial Club, '53, GREEN YVAVE, '54,
Hilltop Highlights, '53, Latin Club, '5l, French Club, '52, '53:
Home Room Treasurer, '52, Teen Town, '51, '52, '53, '54, Pep
Squad, '53, Class Tournament, '53, Foreign Language Club, '53.
"An honest man's the noblest work of God."
A., '51, '52, '53, '54, Reporter, '52, '53, F.F.A. State Conven-
tion '52, '53, F.F.A. judging Team. State Fair, '52, '53, Parlia-
mentary Procedure Contest, Parks Sub-District, '53, F.F.A. Basket-
ba '53, F.F.A.-F.H.A. Play, '53, Softball, '53, Captain, '53,
BETTY JEAN DOZIER
'She shines in all her classes, too, which makes her known to
more than few."
B a Club, '52, '53, '54, Latin ClIIb. '51, '52, French Club, '53,
'54, As You Like lt Club, '5l, GREEN VVAVE, '54, Student Council,
'52, '54, Home Room Secretary, '53, Glee Club, '51, '54, Mikado,
'51, C.V.C., '5l, Middle Tennessee Festival, '5l, Sumner County
"Never a lesson did she spoil, but oh! how she burned that mid-
As You Like It Club, '5l, Commercial Club, '53, '54,
LOUISE DUFFER .
"I could not help laughing to save my life."
Commercial Club, '53, '54, As You Like It Club, '5l, '52, Glee
Club, '52, Mid-State Festival, '52, C.V.C., '52, Sumner County
"A jolly word, a pleasant .Imilel for everyone as she passes through
F.H.A., '51, '52, '53, F.H.A. Day, '53, Varsity Basketball, '52, '55,
Commercial Club, '54, Glee Club, '54, Spanish Club, '52.
"Sweetness and modesty for her have won, a place in the heart
Latin Club, '5l, '52, Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, Honorary Member,
'54, Middle Tennessee Festival, '5l, '52, '53, '54, Sumner County
Festival. '5l, '52, '53, '54, C,V.C., '5l, '52, '53, '54, Beta Club,
'53, '54, Treasurer, '54, Play, '53, French Club, '53, '54, Re-
porter, '53, Vice-President, '54, Teen Town, '5l, '52, '53, '54,
Home Room Reporter, '52, Pep Squad, '52, '53, Student Council,
'54: GREEN WAVE, '54, Camera Club, '53, '54, Vice-President,
'54, Foreign Language Club, '53, '54, Secretary, '53.
"In all she does, she does well, only herself can parallel."
Beta Club, '52, '53, '54, Secretary, '54, Play, '53, Dramatic Club,
'51, '52, '53, '54, Foreign Language Club, '53, '54, Treasurer,
'53, Student Body Committee, '52, '53, '54, Hilltop Highlights,
'52, '53, '54, Associate Editor, '53, Editor, '54, GREEN YVAVE, '54,
Girl's State, '53, Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, '54, C.V.C., '51, '52, '53,
Mikado, '51, Sumner County Festival, '51, '52, Cumberland Valley
Forensic Meet, '51, Class President, '52, Class Treasurer, '54,
French Club, '53, Latin Club, '51, '52, Science Club, '54, Camera
Club, '52, '53, Home Room President, '53, Vice-President, '54,
Teen TOWN. '51, '52, '53, '54, D.A.R. Representative, '54.
"Life's a pleasant institution, and he takes it as it comes."
Student Council, '51, '52, '53, '54, Boy Vice-President, '54, Hilltop
Highlights, '54, Letter Club, '54, Latin Club, '51, French Club,
'52, Treasurer, '52, Foreign Language Club, '53, Camera Club,
'53, '54, President, '54, GREEN WAVE, '53, '54, jr. Editor, '53,
Editor, '54, Science Club, '54, Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, Mikado,
'51, Mid-State Festival, '51, '52, '53, Sumner County Festival, '51,
'52, '53, C.V.C., '51, '52, '53, Football Manager, '52, '53, B-Team
Basketball, '53, '54, Class Tournament, '51, '52, '53, '54, Pep
Squad, '51, '53, Teen Town, '51, '52, '53, '54, Dramatic Club,
'54, Home Room President, '54, Clarksville Field Day, '53.
NIARY LOVE FOWLER
"Kind hearts are more than coronets, and simple faith than
Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, '54, M.T.S.C., '51, '52, '53 '54, C.V.C.,
'51, '52, '53, '54, Mikado, '51, Teen Town, '51, '52, '53, '54, Pep
Squad, '51, '52, Student Body Committee, '54, French Club, '53,
'54, Secretary, '54, Latin Club, '51, '52, President, '51, '52,
Hilltop Highlights, '52, '53, '54, GREEN WAVE, '54, Science Club,
'54, President, '54, Dramatic Club, '51, '52, '53, '54, Secretary,
'54, Language Club, '53, '54, Beta Club, '52, '53, '54, Play, '53.
JABIES ALLEN FRANKLIN
"Talk to him of jacob's ladder and he'd ask the number of steps."
Beta Club, '52, '53, '54, Language Club, '52, Dramatic Club, '52,
'53, '54, GREEN WAVE, '54, Band, '51, Latin Club, '51, '52, French
Club, '53, '54, President, '53, '54, As You Like It Club, '51,
Student Body Committee, '53, '54, Beta Club Play, '53.
"When lun and duty clash, let duty go to smash."
Glee Club, '51, '52, Middle Tennessee Festival, '51, '52, C.V.C.,
'51, '52, Sumner County Festival, '51, '52, Mikado, '51, Dramatic
Club, '51, GREEN WAVE, '54, Teen Town, '51, '52, '53, '54, Stu-
dent Body Committee, '54, Latin Club, '51, '52, Vice-President,
'51, President, '52, Pep Squad. '51, '52, '53, Camera Club, '52, '53,
'54, Reporter, '53, Treasurer, '54, Language Club, '53, '54, Vice-
President, '53, '54, Home Room President, '51, Vice-President,
'52, '53, Secretary-Treasurer, '54, Science Club, '54, Class Tourna-
ment, '53, P.T.S.A. Representative, '54, Nursing Club, '53.
"Fame comes only alter death and I'm in no hurry for it."
F.F.A., '51, '52, '53, '54, judging Contest, '52, Skills Contest, '51,
'52, B Team Football, '51, Varsity Football, '52, '53, As You Like
lt Club, '53, '54, Secretary, '54, Glee Club, '53, Middle Tennessee
Festival, '53, Sumner County Festival, '53, Letter Club, '54, Class
Tournament, '52, '54, Teen Town, '53, '54, Science Club, '51, '52,
"Knowledge in youth is wisdom in old age."
Beta Club, '52, '53, '54, Commercial Club, '53, '54, As You Like
It Club, '5l.
ERSIE NIAI FUQUA
"You'Il find her true and just, a girl whom all will trust."
As You Like It Club, '51, Spanish Club, '52, Nursing Club, '53,
F,H.A., '53, Commercial Club, '53, '54, Dramatic Club, '53.
"Not too sober, not too gay, a real good girl in every way."
As You Like It Club, '51, F.H.A., '52, '53, Glee Club, '51, .'52,
Commercial Club, '53, '54, C.V.C., '51, '52, Mid-State Festtval,
'51, '52, Sumner County Festival, '51, '52, Dramatic Club, '53.
"Some think the world is made for jun and frolic, so do I."
11,1-LA., '51, '52, '53, '54, Commercial Club, '53, '54, Home ROOID
Treasurer, '51, Deck Tennis Toumament, '54.
JEAN HACKETTE HARPER
'Love to one, friendship to a few and good will to all."
F H A., '51, '52, '54, Historian, '53, F.H.A. State Convention, '54,
Play Cast, '53, Home Room Secretary, '52, Student Council, '53,
:14 As You Like lt Club, '51, Deck Tennis Tournament, '53,
Glee Club, '51, '53, C.V.C., '51, '53, Mid-State Festival, '51, '53,
Sumner County Festival, '51, '53, Commercial Club, '53, '54.
If you hear a laugh and see a grin, you may be sure she's just
Latin Club, '51, Glee Club, '51, '52, '54, Mikado, '51, C.V.C., '51,
52 '54, Sumner County Festival, '51, '52, '54, M.T.S.C., '52, 54:
French Club, '52, As You Like lt Club, '52, Commercial Club, '53,
54 Program Committee, '54, Dramatic Club, '53, '54, Student
Body Committee, '54.
Wit may be a thing of pure imagination, but humor involves
sentiment and character."
Latin Club, '51, '52, Treasurer, '51, Science Club, '51, Glee Club,
52 '53, '54, Middle Tennessee Festival, '52, '53, '54, Sumner
County Festival, '52, '53, '54, C.V.C., '52, '53, '54, Beta Club,
52 '53, '54, Home Room Vice-President, '52, French Club, '53,
Secretary, '53, Foreign Language Club, '53, '54, As You Like lt
Club, '53, Camera Club, '53, '54, GREEN WAVE, '54, Hilltop
Highlights, '54, Exchange Editor, '54, Teen Town, '52, '53, Pep
'And frame your mind to mirth and merriment, which has a
thousand charms and lengthens life."
,JF H A., '51, '52, '53, Parliamentarian, '53, F.H.A. Day, '52, l-',H.A.
QState Convention, '51, '52, Spanish Club, '52, Student Council, '52,
53 Commercial Club, '53, '54, Deck Tennis Tournament, '53,
Home Room Reporter, '54, Glee Club, '52, '53, C.V.C., '52, '53,
Mid State Festival, '52, '53, Sumner County Festival, '52, '53, Stu-
' dent Body Committee, '52.
X Her smile was xsweet, her manner sweeter, most anyone would
like to meet her."
:Latin Club, '51, '52, Treasurer, '52, Glee Club, '51, '52, Mikado,
51 C.V.C., '51, '52, '53, Middle Tennessee Festival, '51, '52, '53,
Sumner County Festival, '51, '52, Student Council, '51, Student
Body Committee, '54, F.H.A., '53, '54, Historian, '53, Beta Club,
552, '53, '54, Plan, '53, Recording Secretary, '54, GREEN WAVE,
54, Hilltop Highlights, '53, '54, Science Club, '54, Dramatic Club,
1154, Art Club, '51, Home Room Treasurer, '52,
' NORMAN EDYVARD HEROD
fi",-ltlas, we read in ancient song, was so exceedingly tall and
Varsity Football, '50, '51, '52, '53, Co-Alternate Captain, '53, First
Team, All N.C.C., '53, Honorable Mention, All Mid-State '53,
fVarsity Basketball, '53, '54, F,F.A. Basketball, '51, '52, Class
Tournament Coach, '53, '54, Letter Club, '54, Vice-President,
xF.F.A., '51, '52, '53, Skills Contest, '51, '52, Livestock Judging
Team, '51, Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, Mid-State Festival, '51, '52,
'53, Sumner County Festival, '51, '52, '53, Boys' Chorus, '52, '53,
Clarksville Field Day, '53, '54.
BOBBY ALLEN HBSSON
"Dependable, friendly, a boy well worth knowing."
. .A., '51, '52, '53, '54, Livestock Judging Team, '53, Varsity
Basketball, '52, '53, '54, Co-Captain, '54, Class Tournament, '52,
Coach, '52, '53, GREEN WAVE, '54, Pep Squad, '52, Field Day,
'52, '53, Letter Club, '54, F.F.A. Basketball, '5l.
LENA BARRY HIBBETI'
"I have tried to in my time to be a philosopher, but . . . cheer-
fulness was always breaking in."
Glee Club, '51, '52, Honorary Member, '53, '54, Mikado Chorus,
'51, Sumner County Musical Festival, '51, '52, '54, C.V.C. Music
Festival, '51, '52, '54, Student Body Committee, '54, Teen Town,
'51, '52, '53, '54, Language Club, '53, '54, GREEN WAVE Staff,
'54, Camera Club, '53, French Club. '52, '53, Reporter, '52, '53,
Home- Room Reporter, '54, Beta Club, '52, '53, '54, Hilltop
Highlights, '52, Latin Club, '51, '54, Dramatic Club, '51, '52, '53,
'54, Three-Act Play, '53, C.V.C. Forensic Meet, '53, First Place
Humorous Reading, '53.
MARY LOUISE HOFFMAN
"Good humor is one ol the best articles of dress one can wear in
Nursing Club, '53, Spanish Club, '52, '54, V' -P 'd , ' 23
French Club, '53, As You Like It Club, '52, Bda: ClSsb,q52, '53,
'54, Commercial Club, '53,
"He worries not, he hurries not, his calm is undisturbed."
F-F-A-. '51, '52, '53, F.F.A. Basketball, '51, '52, Ca tain, '52,
FFA- Cllllp, '52, Class Toumament, '51, '52, '53, 'all Captain,
'53, Field Day, '55,
"A lovely countenance is the fairest of all sights, and the sweetest
harmony is the sound of the voice of her whom we love."
Entered from Tullahoma, Dramatic Club, '53, '54, Student Body
Committee, '54, Middle Tennessee State Conference, '53, '54, Glee
Club. '53, '54, Sumner County Festital, '53, '54, C.V.C., '53, '54,
Commercial Club, '53, Foreign Language Club, '54, Hilltop High-
lights Staff, '54,
"She who has never lozfd has never lived."
Beta Club. '54, Majorette, '51, '52, '53, Drum Majorette, '54,
Dramatic Club, '5l, '52, '53, '54, Hilltop Highlights Staff, '54,
Teen Town, '51, '52, '53, '54, GREEN WAvE Staff, '54, Camera
Club, '52, '53, '54, Secretary, '53, Spanish Club, '52, Language
Club. '53, Commercial Club, '53, '54, Nurses Club, '53, Basket-
ball Tournament, '52, '53, '54, Home Room Cheerleader, '54,
Deck Tennis Tournament, '54, Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, '54,
Mikado, '51, Sumner County Festival, '51, '52, '53, '54, C.V.C.
Festival, '51, '52, '53, '54, Mid-State Festival, '51, '52, '53, '54,
Pep Squad, '5l.
AL WADE JONES
"On the football held he set a wicked pace, but he was still
faster in cupid's race."
President, Student Body, '54, Letter Club, '54, President, '54,
Dramatic Club, '52, '53, '54, President, '54, Play, '53, As You
Like It Club, '51, Vice4President, '51, Student Body Committee,
'53, B Team Football, '51, Class President, '53, Varsity Football,
'51, '52, '53, Co-Captain, '53, Boy's State, '53, Teen Town, '51,
'52, '53, '54, GREEN WAvE, '54, Circulation Manager, '54, Varsity
Basketball, '52, '53, '54, Captain, '54, Class Toumament, '51, Most
hgiluable Back, '53, Class Tournament Coach, '52, '53, Baseball,
"She has a voice of gladness and a smile of beauty."
F.H.A. Club, '51, '52, '53, Vice-President, '53, Member of F.H.A.
Play Cast. '52, '53, '54, F.l-l.A. Day, '52, '53, F.l'l.A. State Con-
vention, '51, '52, '53, Delegate, '52, '53, Glee Club, '52, '53,
C.V.C., '53, Sumner County Music Festival, '52, '53, Spanish Club,
'52, Student Council, '53, Pep Squad, '51, Home Room President,
'52, Commercial Club, '53, '54, Program Committee, '54, Class
Tournament, '53, Deck Tennis Tournament, '53, Squad Leader,
'52, GREEN WAVE Staff, '54,
"Quiet, unassuming, a likeable fellow."
F.F,A., '51, '52, '53, '54, F.F.A. Convention, '52, '53.
"Best be yourself-good and true."
Latin Club, '51, French Club, '52, Commercial Club, '53, '54,
Band, '51, '52, '53. '54, Reporter, '53, Glee Club, '51, '53, '54,
Mikado, '51, C.V.C. Music Festival, '51, '52, '53, '54, Sumner
County Music Festival, '53, '54, Mid-State Music Festival, '51,
'53, '54, Hilltop Highlights Stall, '54, GREEN WAVE Staff, '54,
Science Club, '51, Dramatic Club, '53, Beta Club, '54,
"The sweet music of a cheerful face, not always smiling but at
Nursing Club, '53, Home Economics Club, '51, '52, '53, '54Z
Commercial Club, '53, '54, GREEN WAVE, '54, Hilltop Highlights,
'54, Deck Tennis Tournament, '53, F.H.A. Day, '53, As You
Like lt Club, '51, Member of F,l-LA. Play Cast, '53.
"A quiet girl with sweetness showing, her friends say she's well
Spanish Club, '52, Commercial Club, '53. '54, Glee Club, '53,
C.V.C., '53, Sumner County Conference, '52, '53, Middle Tennessee
State Festival, '52, '55, FHA., '51, '52, '53, Song Leader, '53,
F.l'l.A. Convention, '51, '52, F.D.A. Day, '52, Member of F.H.A.
Play Cast, '52, '53, Deck Tennis Toumament, '53.
"To be or not to be that is the question."
Entered from Castle Heights, '53, Foreign Language Club, '53,
'54, GREEN WAVE Staff, '54, Glee Club, '53, '54, C,V.C., '54,
Middle Tennessee Festival, '53, '54, Sumner County Festival, '53.
"A little body often harbors a great soul."
Nursing Club, '55, Spanish Club, '55, '54, Glee Club, '55, As You
Like It Club, '52, '53, Squad Leader. '53-
CAROLYN DIANN NTARTIN
"A good disposition is more valuable than gold."
As You Like It Club, '51, F.H.A., '52, '53, '54, Historian. '52:
President, '53, State F.H.A. Comention, '53, FHA- PIHY C7355
'52, '53, F.H.A. na,-, '53, F.H.A. workshop, '52, Beta Club, 52,
'53, '54, Class Secretary, '54, Commercial Club, '53, '54, Fresidenf.
'54, Home Room Vice-President, '51, '54, President, 'o3: Girl!
State Alternate, '53, Student Body Committee, '54, GREEN WAVE,
'54, F,F.A. Queen Attendant, '54,
"Life without mischief is not life at all,"
Entered from Hillsboro High, '52, B Team Football, '52, '53,
French Club, '52, Latin Club, '53, As You Like It Club, '53,
'54, President, '53, GREEN WAVE, '54.
"Here',s a girl with a heart and a smile that makes the bubble of
Entered from jackson County High School, Scottsboro, Alabama,
'54, Commercial Club, '54, Glee Club, '54.
"I hate nobody, I am in charity with the world."
Student Council, '51, '54, Glee Club, '51, '52, Mikado, C.V.C.,
'51, Middle Tennessee State Festival, '51, '52, Dramatic Club, '52,
'53, '54, Poetry Interpretation, '52, Extemporaneous Speaking,
'53, Forensic Meet, '52, '53, Camera Club, '52, '53, '54, Jun10l'
Class Reporter, '55, Homeroom President, '51, '54, Vice-President,
'52, Beta Club, '52, '53, '54, Skit, '52, '53, Three-Act Play, '53,
Girl Vice-President, '54, Latin Club, '51, '52, French Club, '53,
'54, Pep Squad, '51, '52, '53, Teen Town, '51, '52, '53, '54,
Alternate Girls' State, '53, GREEN WAVE Staff, '54.
"He was a gentleman from sole to crown, clean favored, and
Entered from Greensboro, North Carolina, High School, '54'
Band, '54, Hilltop Highlights, '54, GREEN WAVE, '54.
"0 Lord, give me a pure heart, a clean heart, and a .m'eetheart."
Library Assistant, '53, '54, Library Award, '55, '54, Home Eco-
nomics Club, '5l, '52, '53, F.H.A. Workshop, '52, '53, Commercial
Club, '53, '54, Class Tournament, '53, Glee Club, '51, '52, '54,
Girls' Chorus, '51, '52, C.V.C., '51, '52, '54, Mikado, '51, Middle
Tennessee State Festival, '51, '52, '54, As You Like It Club, '54,
F.H.A. Play Cast, '52, '53, GREEN WAVE Staff, '54.
"Good nature is the sign of a large and generous soul."
Latin Club, '51, Spanish Club, '52, '54, Glee Club, '51, '54,
Mikado, '51, Sumner County Music Festival, '5l, Dramatic Club,
'52, '53, '54, Commercial Club, '53, Deck Tennis Tournament, '53,
Nurses Club, '53, As You Like It Club, '51,
"I cannot think ol two things at once, so I think of him."
Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, '54, Sumner County Music Festival, '5l,
'52, '53, '54, C.V.C., '51, '52, '53, '54, Middle Tennessee State
Festival. '51, '52, '53, '54, Dramatic Club, '53, '54, Cheerleader,
'51, '52, '53, '54, Football Queen Attendant, '53, Commercial
Club, '53, Mikado, '51, GREEN XVAVI-I Staff, '54, S d L d
qua ea er,
53, 54, Spanish Club, '53, '54, President, '54, Home Room Vice-
President, '52, '53, Secretary, '54.
"A quiet tongue bespeahs a busy mind."
F.F.A.. '5l, '52, '53, '54' Ping Pong Champion '53' Cl T
, ' ,- , , ass ourna-
ment, 52, 53, '54, Parliamentary Procedure Contest, '53, Captain
Softball Team, '54.
"Ambition is the germ from which all growth of noblenexs
Beta Club, '52, '53, '54, Vice-President, '53, President, '54, State
Vice-President, '54, Glee Club, '51, '52, '55, '54, President, '54,
' ' , '54, C.V.C., '5l, '52, '53, '54, Middle Tennessee
,,'52. '53, '54, Sumner County Festival '51 '52
Boys Quartet, 53
State Festival, '51 , , ,
'53, '54, Mikado, 51, Student Council, '5l, '52, '53, '54, Student
Body Committee, '53, President Senior Class, '54, Vice-President
Junior Class, '53, Vice-President Sophomore Class, '52, Volunteer
Boys' State, '53, Beta Club Play, '53, Hilltop Highlights '52'
French Club, '51, ' '
Manager, '5l, '52,
52, President, '52, Latin Club, '5l, Football
Basketball Manager, '51, Varsity Football, '53,
I . '53, '54, Altemate Captain, '54, Homeroom
Presldelll. '52, '53, Treasurer, '54.
C l Il S S M
JERRY MCMURTRY AW 4-
"He never has so muth to say, he just works and goes his way."
F.F.A., '51, '52, '53, '54, F.F.A. Basketball, '52, '53, '54, Parlia5'L'V""J
mentary Procedure Contest, '53, Reporter, '53, '54.
"All great women are dead, and I don't feel so well myself."
BARBARA SIMPSON MEADOW
"The world of true wit is truth itself."
F-H-A-, '51, '52, '53.
"I wonder what fool it was that first invented hissing."
Camera Club, '53, '54, F.F.A., '51, '52, '53, '54, Vice-President,
'53, President, '54, Skills Contest, '53, F.F.A. Judging Teams, '54,
Parliamentary Procedure Contest, '54, State F.F.A. Convention,
'52, '53, Official Delegate, '58.
"She doeth little kindnesses, which most leave undone, or despise."
Commercial Club, '53, '54, F.H.A., '52, '55.
"Baehelor's fare: bread and cheese and kisses."
Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, '54, Middle Tennessee Festival, '51, '52,
'53, '54, C.V.C., '51, '52, '53, '54, Sumner County Festival, '51,
'52, '53, '54, Mikado, '51, GREEN Wave, '54, Teen Town, '51, '52,
'53, '54, Band, '51, '52, '53, Latin Club, '51, French Club, '52.
'53, Camera Club, '53, '54, Sergeant-at-Arms, '53, Foreign Lan-
guage Club, '52, '53, Class Tournament, '53, Dramatic Club, '54,
Clarksville Forensic Meet, '53, '54.
"Wisdom is the perfect food of the human mind."
Entered from Science Hill High School, Johnson City, Tennessee,
Glee Club, '54, Foreign Language Club, '54.
"I am monarch of all I survey, my right there is none to dispute."
Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, '54, Sumner County Festival, '5l, '52, '55,
'54, Middle Tennessee Festival, '51, '52, '53, '54, Mikado, '51,
All State Chorus, '52, Dramatic Club, '51, '52, '53, '54, Knoxville
One-Act Play, '53, As You Like It Club, '53, Boys' State, '53:
Teen Town. '51, '52, '53, '54, B Team Football, '50, '51, Varsity
Football, '52, '53, F.F.A. Basketball, '53, Class Toumament, '5l,
'53, '54, Latin Club, '51, French Club, '52, F.F.A. Club, '53,
Science Club, '51, '52.
"Keen sense, common sense, yet room for nonsense."
Latin Club, '51, Camera Club, '5l, '52, Dramatic Club, '52,
Hilltop Highlights, '54, Commercial Club, '54.
NIARY ANN SIMPSON
"Who chooses me shall get as much as he deserves."
Glee Club, '51, Pep Squad, '5l. '52, Middle Tennessee Festival,
'51, Sumner County Festival, '51, C.V.C., '51, F.l-LA., '5l, '52
'53, '54, F.F,A. Queen Attendant, '54.
"I never trouble with trouble, till trouble troubles with me."
F.F.A., '51, '52, '53, '54, Secretary, '52, '53, '54, F.F.A., State
Convention, '52, '53, Mid State Dairy judging Team, '53, State
Fair Dairy Judging Team, '52, State Fair Livestock Judging Team,
'53, Parliamentary Procedure Contest, Parks Sub-District, '53.
"What's the use of thinking, if you can't say what you think?"
Latin Club, '51, '52, French Club, '53, Foreign Language Club,
'53, '54, Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, '54, Mikado, '51, C.V.C., '51, '52,
'53, Sumner County Festival, '51, '52, '53, Band, '53 '54, Sergeant-
at-Arms, '53, Teen Town, '51, '52, '53, '54, Girl's ChoruS. '52,
"Tis better to love one little boy lots, than to love lots ol little
Latin Club, '51, '52, Reporter, '52, Language Club, '53, '54,
Science Club, '51, Camera Club, '51, '52, '53, '54, Treasurer, '52,
'53, Secretary, '54, Dramatic Club, '51, '53, '54, Glee Club, '51,
'52, '53, '54, Reporter, '54, C.V.C,, '51, '52, '53, Middle Tennessee
Festival, '51, '52, '53, Sumner County Festival, '51, '52, '53,
Operetta, '51, All-State Chorus, '52, Beta Club, '52, '53, '54,
Play, '53, Student Council, '51, '53, '54, Student Body Commit-
tee, '52, Home Room Vice-President, '51, Secretary, '52, Pep
Squad, '51, '52, Teen Town, '51, '52, '53, '54, GREEN WAVE, '54,
Hilltop Highlights, '52, '53, '54, Society Editor, '54, Class Tourna-
ment, '52, '53, Basketball Manager, '54, Football Attendant, '53.
V Af I-rxfx,
nl' PATRICIA THOMAS
1 "Life is not life at all without delight."
f 'Home Economics Club, '51, '52, '53, Commercial Club, '53, As You
Like It Club, '54, Library Assistant, '53, '54, Library Award,
'53, '54, Glee Club, '51, '53, '54, F.H.A. Workshop, '53, Class
Tournament, '53, C.V.C,, '51, '52, '54, Mikado, '51, Pep Squad,
'51, Student Council, '51.
"The first virtue is, I think, to rule the tongue."
As You Like It Club, '51, Spanish Club, '52, Glee Club, '51, '52,
C.V.C., '52, '53, All State Chorus, '52, Middle Tennessee Chorus,
'52, Sumner County Festival, '51, '52, F.I-I.A., '53, Commercial
Club, '53, '54, Nursing Club, '53, Deck Tennis Tournament, '53,
Dramatic Club, '53.
"We are charmed by neatnessf'
As You Like It Club, '51, Commercial Club, '53, '54, Camera
Club, '51, Home Room Secretary, '53, '54, Home Economics
Club, '52, '53, '54, Secretary, '53, State Voting Delegate, '53,
F,H.A. Day, '55, F.F.A. Queen Attendant, '53, F.H.A. Play Cast,
'52, '53, GREEN YVAVE Staff, '54, Football Queen Attendant, '53,
Nurses Club, '53, F.F.A. Queen, '54,
ANN Love VANTREASE
"Life is to be fortified by many friendships-to love and to be
loved is the greatest happiness of existence."
Class President, '51, Student Council, '52, '53, '54, Camera Club,
"2, '53, Glee Club, '51, '52, '54, Vice-President, '54, All-State
C orus, '52, Mid-State Festival, '51, C.V.C., '51, Mikado, '51,
Band, '51, '52, Treasurer, '52, Spanish Club, '52, Secretary, '52,
Science Club, '52, Commercial Club, '53, '54, Secretary, '54, Basket-
ball Managcr. '53, Class Tournament, '51, '52, Home Room Presi-
dent, '54, Football Queen Attendant, '53, Hilltop Highlights, '54,
GREEN XVAVE, '54, Pep Squad, '52, Cheerleader, '54, Gir1's State,
'53, Teen Town, '51, '52, '53, '54, Vice Mayor, '54, Letter Club,
'54, Secretary, '54.
"True wit is nature to advantage riress'dj what oft was thought,
but ne'er so well expressed."
Entered from Rockwood High School, '54, Varsity Football, 53,
Basketball, '54, Glee Club, '54,
"I love him well, and there's no love lost between us."
Glee Club, '51, '52, Sumner County Festival, '51, '52, Middle
Tennessee Festival, '51, Mikado, '51, C.V.C., '51, '52, All-State
Chorus, '52, Dramatic Club, '51, '53, '54, Treasurer, '54, Science
Club, '51, '52, Latin Club, '51, '52, Secretary, '52, Student Coun-
cil, '52, '54, Girl Vice-President, '54, Beta Club, '52, '53, '54,
Play, '53, Camera Club, '52, Class Secretary, '53, Commercial Club,
'53, '54, Vice-President, '54, Girl's State, '53, Class Reporter, '54,
Football Attendant, '55, GREEN WAVE, '54, Student Body Com-
jo ANNE WVRIGHI'
"Wit that loved to play, not wound,"
Dramatic Club, '53, Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, Sumner County
Music Festival, '52, '53, '54, Middle Tennessee Festival, '52, '53,
'54, Commercial Club, '53, Home Economics Club, '53, '54, Band,
'51, '52, '53, Secretary, '53, GREEN YVAVE Staff, '54, Home Room
Vice-Piaesident, '54, Pep Squad, '51, '52, '533 TCCI1 TOWN, '51, '52,
'53, '5 .
"Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it
Dramatic Club, '51, Library Assistant, '53, '54, Pep Squad, '51,
Spanish Club, '54.
Ann Barry Alexander
Mary Ann Allred
Juanita Ruth Bass
Dotty Sue Bxrdwell
Della Mar Borden
Loren Borders Jr
Robert Lloyd Boren
Katherine Ann Branham
Julius Eddie Bruce
Bobby Lee Butler
Patncla Ruth Caldwell
Carolyn Ann Casteel
Dora Ann Coley
Ruth Leah Cooper
George Herschel Cox
Betty Sue Dxsmukes
Betty Jean Dozxer
Lulha Mat Draper
Sara Ioulse Duffer
Nancy Barrett Farris
Tyler Ford Jr
Mary Love Fowler
Ersne Wiat Fuqua
Mary Louise Hoffman
Na Dean Jamlson
AI Wade Jones
Sherry Ann Martm
Shir ey Mclvhlrter
I-'red Allen Senter
Mary Ann Simpson
Wrlma Dean Taylor
Ann Love Vantrease
Jo Ann Wright
Old Married Man
Ill Swan ee
Whats your mam pam?
Hate you seen Margaret?
I wish Bob were here
Wheres my woman
Well ht dy!
Stull lore mei
I don t know
Neyer push that
Aw who cares?
Kiss a pig
Some people mak m mad
Just play it cool
W Ill ay
What in the Sam I-Illll
Ah Mrs Spxvey
Is that so?
That just jars me loose
I cant be Jarred by that
Now Nh' Peebles
Now that is a blast
Don t know do you?
She just thmks tt
Are you mad at me?
Well Nlrs Baulch
I guess so
You dont know do
I ll swann ee
You re tough
Ah Coach I aint asleep
lll be doggone
I ll swan ee
Ill be de dlddle durn
I dont know
I don t know
You better believe It
Ill bet vou a horse
That s right
Is that so?
We Ill be durn
Who can I get a date wrtla?
She hasnt got a bram
You re tough ern old boot
Me not know me not care
Will tell you later
I don t know
Come on Beverly
You don t favor nothing
B heye I wrll
Ooo Whee Baby
Have you seen Bxlly?
IN oted for
Makmg 100 s
Cutting her haxr
Her rosy complexxon
Hrs big feet
Hrs school hours
Baby slttmg wnth
Sucking to one man
Speed rn typing
His jolly personality
I-Its gold teeth
Bemg Vxrgres sister
Saying the opposrte
what she means
Her many talents
His many women
Looking at T V
Dressing like Ann
Hrs peroxtded halr
Arguing wrth Xfrs Baulch
Bemg true to Corkey
Sleeping In class
Dressing like Norma
Running the projector
Her sweet disposition
Dating older men
Her chewing gum
Bemg faithful to Bud
Playing Pmg Pong
Hrs hugh ideals
Snttlng and watchmg
the world go by
Hrs good looks
Her lore affairs
Her snllv ways
Her cute clothes
Holdmg her man
hate a June wedding
be a secretary
be a cartoomst
be a nurse
go to Texas
get Billy back
be Harry James II
see Bob more often
be a man about town
get out of this Joint
take Eddie Fishers Job
find a man like
get out of school
play pro football
go bark to Hartsvtlle
be a stenographer
make a lot of money
get her MRS degree
stay out of Xlrs Huttons classes
it up at Old fuss
manage A Xt P
go places and see things
grow 5 feet tall
more away from South Tunnel
hve on Long Hollow Pike
find a true lote
be a tobacco man
Ina tt up
go back to the w lld side of hfe
wasnt U T more often
get out of Nfr Wades class ahve
get rich quick
b a Hunter
hang on to Butch
be an ideal wife
go to a seminary
hate a Pond
sell sweaters at Haryeys
shrunk a little
be a football coach
hate a good tlme
be a plumber
sing a duet with Marlo Lanza
rid of her gym suit
play college football
get her Nl R S degree
Olll of Mr Peebles cl :ss a lve
be a second Dell INoods
be a nurse
be a Robinson not a Crusoe
get out period'
go to business college
hate many women
m :ke good use of her Ipana smile
lne lose and he loxed
he a retired mnlhonalre
get a man
mote to Hartsulle
lne at Number One
be manager of Halls
he a farmer
work at Harxes s
be an ideal wife
be a const-rtauon officer
find someboda she hltes to go
be the great loxcr
go to college
be a bachelor
be :I secretary
see more of loc
mrlk 60 cows per hour
own a red Cadillac Conyertnble
know the meaning of wxfe rn
Vlebster s Dxctronary
get out of school
mote closer to Westmoreland
go to U T
have a date with every girl
To more closer to Hendersonvrlle
To see more of Earl
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Secretary ,. , GLENN JONES
Treasurer 1012 MAXN HAYNES
Reporter . . . , . , CARTIQR HUGHES
.SI?l'Kl'!l7lf'!1f-ATIIIS .HARRY PARKER
jinnny .Xlexander. Mary ho Allen, Janice Apple. William
Dorothy Beyil Carol Binkley Hilda Boze Johnny Braeey
Ernest Bradley ackie Bradley Margaret Brown Murial
Brown. Patil Brown Pauline Brown Sue Burgess. Robert
Burrow, Lillian Cage Bobbie Sue Carr. Marv Frances
Case Bobby Chambers, Dwain Chambers. Reba Cherry.
Doris Claiborne, Bertrand Cothron, 'tne Conlon, M anda
Creekmur Charlene Crutcher, Billy Dzyis, Fdwina Dul-
worth, ndy Duncan Bobby Durham, Betty jean Dyer.
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Gaither Hulen Grant Billy Gray Millie B. Breen Adele
Greenwood Clara B. Gregory Thomas Griffy jimmy
Cnthrie, Nealie Harris Nathan Harsh Hall Haynes joe
Mann Haynes, Ouida Heady, Kathleen Herrgen jimmy
Hines. Betty jo Howard Charlotte Hudgens Faye Hud-
son Carol Hughes, Carter Hughes, Dorris Hughes Carol
Hunter jo Ann Humble Bettye F. jenkins Glenn ones
Richard ones. Maxine ones, Exelyn ulian Billy ustice
Gene Kemplinger Bill Kirkpatrick Tommy Langford
Lucile Leath jerry Lee, Charlie Love, Alene Mcllearman
son Marie XV
Sammy Massey Ross Mayberry Rita Mon-
Norman Faye Oldham Harry Parker
Ed Ewing Person Billy Petty john Porter
Shirley Pryor Philip Reid Patsy Richard'
Robertson jane Rush Henry Scott Ga 'le
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Seay Mark Shaw Sue Simpson, Luther Smith, Martha
Strong, Tommy Strother Charles Swaney Betty jo Taylor
Ruth Templeton, Alfred Thomas. Guthrie Thurman
Richard Tibbetts Hailry Watkins Carlene White Betty
Wilburn, Shirley XT'ilbnrn oe Miller Wilkes Robert
Williams, Th 'nrts Williams Nelda can Williams. Buddy
Willmore, Bi ly 'iltshire, Florene Withers Jerry M ood-
"l J An Wotl al ohn M'oodard Yfilina Hood'
ward jackie XY gh Mary Anne XVright.
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Q x t 5 if Nd this group. iiulixicluuls. :incl total sales recorcls
f if I for the inagzizine ilriie reached :tn all time high.
J If Iunior hors mul girls have heen outstanding in
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i yi ICHMX. is at ,lunior how. The dramatic and speech
tlepgiitnicnts show promising prospects. Basketball
Nf and foothzill teams were "sparked" hy junior athletes.
I Excrs winner in the G. H. S. vocal contest is a junior
, and so are the two pretty pianists for the Glee Club.
Q O Selections for representgitixes to Girls' State and Boys' State
are made from this tlnss.
Yes, the juniors have much to remember from '54 and much
to contribute as Seniors of
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President ...,. .,..,..,.. .... B U D COLEY 1 '
Vice-President . .,,, ANN FRANKLIN
Secretary ..... ,,..... B ru. WOMACK
Treasurer .. ..,. DEE DEE TOMPKINS
Billy Adams, Cornelia Adcock, Jennie Alexander, Ronnie Allen, Betty Allred,
Marshall Apple, Virginia Armistead, Doris Baker, Lois Barton, Kathryn Blakemore,
Jimmie Bradley, James Brizendine, Jo Anne Brizendine, Dianne Brooks, Ann
Brown, Rueben Brown, Shirley Brown, Russell Bruce, Aubrey Bulter, Billy Bulter,
George Cage, Robert Callis, Ronnie Carlson, Lloyd Casteel, Lois Casteel, Margaret
Casteel, YVayne Cherry, Bud Coley, Doris Cooper, Margaret Cox, Jane Creasey,
Betty Jo Crowder, J. A. Cummins, Harold Dobbs, Jean Dobbs, Patricia Dorris,
Emma Downs, Leavelle Draper, Charles Durham, Donald Durham, Peggy Ann
Durham, Louise Edmonds. Penny Ellsworth, Pat Evans, Hazel Farley, Linda Fitz-
gerald, Bobby Fleming, Anne Franklin, Ann Pope Franklin, Libby Franklin, Mary
Lynn Freeland, Betty Jane Frye, Ferridene Frye, Patil Gibbons, Puryear Gillespie,
Hack Gilliam, Byron Graves, Carolyn Gray, Homer Gray, Carl Green, Glenn
Hackett, Linda Hagood, Joe Hadden, Glen Hammond, Douglass Harris, Sheila Hennessee, Leon Hill, Frank Hilton, Herbert
Hilton, Jimmy Hix, Patsy Holleman, Ted Howes, David Hunter, 'Dora Ann Hunter, Charles Isham, Lenora Jones, Dorothy
Justice, Joyce Keith, Homer Key, Ben Kirkham, Charles McClanahan, Larry McClanahan, Gerald McDougal, Billy McDowell,
Rebecca Martin, Edith Maxey, Cornelia Mince, Mary Moss, Marie Murphy, Rowena Overton, Donald Pearson, Lillie Pearson,
Cappy Pracna, Freeda Pryor, Reynold Puryear, Nancy Reid, Tony Reid, Jackie Rhea, Tommy Rodgers, Maynard Sherron,
Faye Sindle, Lou Della Smith, Perry Louise Smith, Shirley Snoddy, Jo Ella Snow, Dawson Stafford, Douglass Stinson, Tommy
Stone, Norma Strother, Elris Suddarth, Doug Sudduth, Joe Taylor, George Terry, Billy Thompson, Dee Dee Tompkins, Patricia
Tompkins, Chellis Vanhooser, Patricia Watts, Jarris Williams, Irene XN'ithers, Bill Womack, Jean Womack, Wayne Yvomack,
Ishmael Wood, Shelby Woodard, Billy Wright, Eva Nell Wright.
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President ,... .,........ .... C u LLEN Wn.soN
Vice-President . .... JIMMY BURNEITE
Secretary ..,. ,,... J UDY PROCIOR
Treasurer . . ,... BOBBY Annensou
Reporter .,.... . ..........,...... JACKIE WOODWARD
Bobby Alderson, Shirley Sue Andrews, Tommy Arrendale, Joe Allen Barnes, Barbara
Jean Baskerville, Ernestine Baskerville, Larry Bass, Leslie Bates, Bobby Bennette,
Mary Alma Bentley, Donald Beril, Cody Binkley. James Brackin, Mary Louise
Bradley, Virginia Bradley, Wilma Jean Bradley, Rebecca Ann Branham, Ralph
Conrad Brazel, Bobby E, Brown, Carol Elaine Brown, Jerry Bruce, Myrna Ruth
Bruce, Jimmy Burnett, Paul Burnett, June Bush, YValter Allen Byrns, Edith Cage,
Donna Sue Caldwell, Nancy Jane Carter, Thomas Canter, XNebb Allen Canter, Bob-
by Ray Cantrell, George Carpenter, Jean Carmon, Charles Carr, Junion Catron, Mar-
tha Chambers, Ferrell, Claiborne, Illa Ray Cook, Annette Coward, Evelyn Cox, John
Crook, James Crowder, Lillian Daughtry, Billy Deering, Richard Dorris, Albert
Downs, Betty Duke, Kenneth Etheridge, Betty Louise Farris, Margaret Sue Ferger-
son, Tommy Fleming, Reese Fleming, Ben Frakes, Peggy Franklin, Joan Fuller,
Lucy Giles, John Gilmore, Shirley Ann Graham, Jeanette Grant, Estelene Green, Harold Gregory, Harold R. Gregory, Janice
Sue Gregory, Louis Allen Gregory, Anna Pearl Groves, Evelyn Hackett, Richard Hackett, Morris Hadden, Charles Hall, Johnny
Hancock, David Harness, Betty Haskins, Roy Hawkins, Ben Henry Haynes, David Haynes, Sonny Hester, Polly Ann High, John
Hill, James Hilton, Joyce Hinton, Sarah Ann Hoffman, Ann Margie Isabell, John James, Nancy Johnson,
J. T. Johnson, Barbara Jones, Betty Joyce Jones, Billy Gene Jones, Joyce Marie Jones, Louise Lacy, Gloria Sue Lancaster, Ruth
Latimer, Paul Lee, Mary Ellen Lewis, Mary Frank Ligon, Jane Loveless, Allen McDonald, Mary Ruth McDougal, Nelson G.
McMurtry, Sammie McMurtry, Joyce McWhirter, Ann Ella Masters, Jimmy Masters, William Matthews, Carolyn Miller, Charles
Moss, Betty Moulder, Wilma Dean Oldham, Allen Parks, Judy Perrigo, Henry Phillips, Hazel Maxine Piper, Judy Proctor,
Mabel Pryor, Mary Lou Richardson, Martha Sue Rippy, Barbara Dale Roberts, Sue Carol Robinson, VVilma Joyce Robinson,
Peggy Sue Shaw, Hugh Shumake, Betty Jo Simpson, Janice Simpson, Cecil Ray Sloan, Bert Smith, George Thomas Smith, Peggy
Ann Smith, Sylvia Snow, Billy Spears, Beverly Stafford, Estes E. Stamps, Ruby E. Stephens, Richard H. Steward, Peggy Stinson,
T. P. Stone, Rebecca Ann Strother, Harold C, Suddarth, Martha Jane Suddarth, Patricia Suddarth, Jerry Taylor, Don Temple-
ton, Sarah Maxine Templeton, Lowell Thomas, Velma E. Thompson, Wanda Sue Thompson, Janice Tillman, Shelby Ann
Tucker, Charles Tuttle, Mina Lou Wallace, Eddie Eugene lVatts, Roy Webster, Cullen Wilson, David Witcher, Jackie Wood-
ward, Bobby Womack, Barbara Wynne.
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PERKIN S DRUG
YOUR REXALL DRUGGIST
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BLUE S JEWELRY STORE
Elgm Hamllton and Bulova Watches
Dnamonds ewelry and Srlverware
A Gzt from Your eweler Is Remembered st' 'K
113 North Water Street
GALLATIN TENNESSEE S'
W11113mS Farm Supply
Feed and Hardware
South Water Street
Phone 555 Gallatm Tenn
C E Northrup 81 Sons
Lumber and Coal
Hunter Plumblng 8:
Sales Installatzons Repazrs
Courteous Prompt Seruce
Ref rrgeratlon Plant
Lorkers Chzllmg Storage
Depot Avenue Phone 19 W
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Hlx LCWIS Flower Shop
123 South Water Street
Mrs Harold Hxx Mrs Alma Lew1s
AUTO PARTS 81
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Company Keep your eye on Ford
Complzmenls of Compliments 0
Gallatm Flower Shop
South Water and Bledsoe Streets MRS T L WATKINS
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VOGUE BEAUTY LEFS SERVICE
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FOR BETTER CLOTHING
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SUNSHINE CLEANERS D V BIRDWELL
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'Gallatzns Amusement C tre Smce 1913
Com plzmenls 0
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One Stop Food Stores
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SUMN ER COUNTY NEWS
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Shoes and Arm urplus
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Compiments of Gallatin, Tenn.
Dis ri utors of
Hotel Cordell Hull
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KRAFT FOODS CO
Kemp Motor Company
Your Oldsmobile Dealer
West Main Street Phone 506
ALEXANDER FUNERAL HOME
Hester Chevrolet Co.
Phone 55 and 56
Triangle Snack Bar
Malts, Mzlkslaalees, Sundaes
We make our own lce cream
Hamburgers and Barbecue Our Specxalty
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KATHERINE 5 ENGLAND S SERVICE
BEAUTY SHQPPE STATION
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FUNERAL HOME COMMERCE UNION
Congratulations, Class of '54
Kuhn's 5-10-25C Stores
A Cask PURCHASE Is a
Cash SAVING at
PEN N EY'S
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Dealers o New and Used Cars
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THF KELLY TIRE CO
Outboard Motors Re rzgerators
Other Elertrzcal Applzances
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L1 e Fzre Auto
Gallatrn Phone 88
Phones 441 442
You re Always Welcome
East Srde Square Gallatin Tenn
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Bulldozmg Bulldozmg Grading and Excavatmg
Phone 1064 Gallatm
GALLATIN BOOK and JEWELRY STORE
ewelry School and Office Supplzes
and S portm g Goods
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Buyers and Trans orters
TOWNES BOYD JOHNSON
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West Mam St Gallatm Tenn
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Appealing to Those Who Want the Best
Offering Complete Office Training, Secretarial Courses
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NASHVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE
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