Gallatin High School - Green Wave Yearbook (Gallatin, TN)

 - Class of 1955

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In this issne of the fiRI2IiN XYAYIC. the staff has endeavored to bring beiore , yon, the student body oi Gallatin High School, the ntemdries of this past year. XYe feel that the year of W5-1-1955 will hold a treasured place inthe heart of each of ns: and in the pages that follow there are depicted such instances as will give evidence to this statement, lt is our sincere hope that this hook will serve in yonr treztsnre chest of nieinories as a reminder of a bniall. lint happy, segment of your lite. oreor-as --- -- 'lab -M---r N-naar-ff' Wx 41 5 mu Www 71 -if , ,fav 53554 W , " jm.,45,Q,j ' 'Q 13' K ...g Y ax., I V" u- Lx NN xxlxsk A 4 ff' 4 Faculty Features Classes A thletlcs Orgamzatlons PA CE 12 PA CE 15 PA CE 31 PA CE 51 PA CE 63 Page 12 44 NIRS IXELL H BICDONALD Ward Belmont College Secretary MR PRINCE H AYDELOTT B S Tennessee Tech M S Umverslty of Tennessee Agriculture NIR IOYD BARNARD VVestern State College Bowllng Green K M A Peabody College Phwzral Educahcm NI RS N H BAULCH B S Peabody College P11-1SlCUl Educahon NIR Y H BAL LCH B S A M S Umverslty of Tennessee A qrz culture XIRS XVILDA JANE BIACKNIORE B S Unrverslty of Tennessee L S Peabody College Lzbrarzan NIRS HLCH H BLRRLNI B S State Teachers College M A Peabody College Enqlxsh Hfsfory NIRS EDWARD NI DRAPER Davld L1pscomb B S Peabody College General Vcwnce Physzcs Chemfstrv NIRS RICHARD H HARSH B S State Teachers College Enqlrsh entucky czcu tg Sz NIRS ROBERT N HDTTON BA Tennessee College Mathemahcs Hu-tory MRS CORDELL JOHNSON B S Ward Belmont College Peabody English MRS C A KEMP B A Bowlmg Green Busmess Unlverslt C omfmernal XIRS MANIIE A LIIVSIS B S Austm Peay Mathematlcs XIRS E E PERSON BA Wesleyan French Latm Glce Club B S State Teachers College NI S Umversxty of Tennessee Home Economzcs NIRS NELL SPIVEY B S m Ed Umverslty of Tennessee English Spanish 'XIRS THONIAS K SLDDARTH B S Tennessee Tech Bzoloqy Speech RONAI D BERGMIER B S Umversxty of Tennessee M A Peabody College Ph3s1calEdurat1on Economics CHAD CHOATE B S Austm Peay State College Health Phwrcal Education 4 . . ' , JR. . ., J . . , .1 - 3 . ., Q I A A ' 7 A . ., A ' - .V ' 'I 1 ' ' A H . Y I V ! , , ,, A , ,, ' ' MRS. BIARY SPIVEY . . ., 5 . ., A - ' 7 A I - -. 5 k : , . , . h '.- -1 . I . v . .Y V - . The mechanics of keeping a group of students and teachers comfortable and well fed re- quires an able and efficient Staff, and the GREEN VVAVE wishes to pay tribute to our cafeteria and janitorial staff MRS GARROTT ho is m charge of the cafeteria helps XIRS MARLER at the steam table MRS BLooDwoR'rHS cheery smile greets the Students a they stop at the cash register Our Janitors CHARLES and FOSTER are always pleasant and accommodating Xhthout Ewx XlATTIE KATIE and NELLIE our hearty meals would nexer be ready for those hungry boys 3 Page 13 T f l ' I wwf WM W MZ! VQQZWJHQMAW 'wry WW M4 MQW SQ? KN Q Y X50 ea tures aff! W , '-KA v I ' ' , A S Mm . h A ,g E 3 XG .xv '53 5 2 XQXX W QT 1Q Q ' i - ' . . xx f -X , XE 7 X5 1 f N SLE BLRCESS fi Orchids to you, Sue and Char- lotte, for the excellent scholastic record you have made, and to you. John, for the wonderful job you have done as president of the Student Council. QQ M IDDII PFRSON QARTFR HLGHES Joh Klux IIKXNIS CHARLOTTF HLDGENS Domus HLQHLS XX Axim CREIIKXILR KA PPA ETA The slX senxors xx ho ox er a perlod ot tour wears haxe accumulated the greatest number ot pomts form the charter membershlp ot Kappa Eta SIX sernors w1ll he added at the end of each school xear Nlembershlp ls based on a polnt system Vkl1lCll mcludes all phases of school Z:1CtlXltlCb as xx ell as scholastic achlevement and 'mx student ln Gallatln Hxgh School as ehgxhle These SIX students will be pre sented mth gold lxexs turnxshed by the Beta Club l Page 17 1 7 . ' ' . 1 ' . ' . - i , . . , , C V: x - . - . . 1 . - V . ,. . , K3 , ,,,X..,,, t- K -. sg sw - 'ei' R- - ' R R" - .Q gk FTH.A. AWARD DE KALB AWARD e - .R ,, 'Ls AJ. X3L,e,QLarlene Crutcher Billy Gray -Q V N 4 ,, . . X ,L .N , X ,-, X 1 4 N-xx . ex The F.H.A. Award is given by vote of the F.H.A. members to the girl who has been outstand- ing in the field of home eco- nomics and Future Homemaker activities. The De Kalb Award is deter- mined by the boy's supervised farming program, his grades and his activities in the F.F.A. SIDNEY D. HIX AWARD JOURNALISM AWARD JOURNALISM AWARD N"f"a" "hm" Charlotte Hudgens Page 18 SE IOR Charlotte's contributions to the Glee Club and to the literary merit of Hilltop Highlights earned for her the votes of the Glee Club and the staff for these two awards. This award in Journalism, voted by the Hilltop Highlights staH, is based on contributions to the success of the paper. Nathan's efforts, for four years, have helped to keep the paper on a sound hnancial basis. .- ' 7 X I. ,- A ,, itgfupf' ,3.A,,f,f figoff' '7'2z .uf fju, 1 ' 'f - " f' - 'Y , f, f 4 , f J T" .flu 1 ,f tffeoff ,fy V f we 1 ---'f-f V- I, , I. I' , . .' A , 1 4 ,"4j!-:Z-vfLf zz-1 V -r,fz.a-2-ff"'fv ..., v,.fuJf-f-"":- -L . 4. -glue: gee L41f"L"1f f COMMERCIAL AWARD ARION AWARD Lffu H Pauf Brown Corrinne Norman ,'L1.,-vp v A WARD Her teammates voted Elise this award because of her team play and her many contributions to the success of the team Patsy was voted the girl most likely to succeed in the business world, on the recommendation of the commercial department. This award, voted by the fac- ulty on the commercial teacher's recommendation, is given to the boy whose work has met certain requirements in that field. The winner of the Arion award is selected because of her out- standing contributions to the band during her four years in high school. BLUE'S AWARD COMMERCIAL AWARD Elise Douglass Patsy Richardson Page 19 .--- .is-can u ' 4--f " Ml! ff- jd ANG? ll N .!lx,' M i 9 X if ' X 5. I ' N .. 3" .,. ,,. . W .- 4' ,Q 'A -. 'fwwsfaff X m sm. ' f Q ' Wx 49513. 4 "-firf ffhali-' 5? f A- . 3-. i,,, Q N Q ...- i . "" + 3, 41 5 , 21 ,K ,X X x , fx 0 if E4 L ii- K 9 Rl wal V! I xg' X ' 5 fV A Wx f . , Y 1 Q , xii, 1, Xi'-, K 'xii 4 53 'xi X' A 0 ,WM ,fi ' I ' , 'X X -. X, 4 b X 4. 511 Most Handsome and Most Beautyful Eddie Person O Janis Apple Peg .77 Most Popular A AS WNEQHQ IN DAYS 'D JOE MANN HAYNES-DORRIS HUGHES Sincere JUDY DUNCAN--EDDIE PERSON Mischievous TOMMY LANGFORD-JO ANN HUMBLE ES 'f HRE-M' f , f, R CHARLOTTE HUDGENS-LEONARD PERRY fx ' , 1 X ffl. . 1 y J .xi vi f ' 1 Lf, E A 1' MA' fx KJ Fixx "J, X fp 'H ,Rf E 'S' f if f 9, ' 1 fx 6 . fx Xllfirhj xl , W as 2 - 1 ' f fy V A bf Ny, fi! 1 XR N. :lf 1? 'A YL X if V ff R up XM! UR if K, .3 A Original EVEI. YN JULIAN-J!MMY HFNES X R cj 94,-2-R Cf, 2 .ff Ilexoi- Most Likely to Succeed NATHAN HARSH-sue BURGESS J9y,g,fx' Flirts PAYE HUDSON-BH LY DAVIS '.!:Y-., Aim Wu. ,CL l0'6:fY1,Q-1fwXf?"'7 QJOMJ fvw j . 3235 GAYLE SEAY-JQHN J, l ,f09L cue, fl., VersairIe ELISE DOUGLASS BILLY EMPSON "N Vi FrIencIIy JANIS APPLE WILLIAM PETTY Athletic: WANDA CREEKMUR-HULEN GRANT hzgyfx Q I X J' 1 A I L., GAA-J JJ 1-,yr 'JF if-f ' " . X11 K .., ,KMIQSQH C-!3c7g,,5i-f"'r""' ,Z . .. A--1 J I A g , nn .. E 3 1 , f if ' p'f,- 'V 1, , -, 'lx V, Kg. ,fy f V- 1 I .,,. I X ' A if ' f 'Aff 'E yay! 'P 'A' , X , . ,f ,A , , Af .ffffEv- ,f 4 ff, ,wfu-1 Mfg, jf ,EQE V Q X, - f Q: fi . . 7, W X tj 4 4,2 AST ,Qf :JV f.?, Courteous Xs5E9iib 'QA E 'ESB A NSN ,, .vl If JANE RUSH-'JIMMY ALEXANDER X E X 3 X x NX X' Tx S E -3 A 44 "1 ..-x. 'Ai' C1513-1 -rf 1 135 i X , K A . E in-XQHQ N . 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J VX All Q . I k..L::,i MH Y' Vg ik, l,2,yfKivg V t LA . . V W-I g :Y Ay ,sew I ,Lf - . 15535 H 5, , ff'15a'Ai .,,V1T'L,-w'ffM- . e f f ' st 1' 4 1 A ' . ' . , sf ' -0 ' Q' f - . . A - sf EK, T 4 V . i gig X . Y A ' 'I 1- A 3 4. , 5,1 , L ' Q ' ch' , K V ' ,i-,xg AV , .A V ' f- - - 5 3, Q L , , , W , A . Va 1 s f s - s Ki V ' 1 A f F V . .V V , V , cfs V s .A , i I Q . if ' - Q QA - 15 53 L l :L I V5 fo .. .Ax ,n-wsu, - A 4 K 1 , f A 3 - 4' "iw . ' , ' - . 'AY' 4 P' 4- 4 EEK -- J ' , I A' A iw ff? A W' A " ' f 9 We -9 eff ' li A 9 v if '- gf 1 ' - A 5' Q1 ' "f R' Ai Af - - if 1 3 ,nv 3 ,QM BILLY EMPSCN and GLENN JONES Scribes CLASS NIGHT - f 1' WANDA CREEKMUR OUIDA Historign L A , UU P-N ........A 5 K. J G"'f ' 6 V64 1 ' ,wwf 1 V Z ,, P' ,. + f 4 A 5 s 43' , ,V fx 1 .. M 1 H- ., if x . : V' Q if af Q if '- QQ A . ' ', f ' C Q 1 Q J A 'T o , V, J E1 :A ' V P A . ' W 'A gm.. 6 za LMWAW :Z . 1, V' , k ga ,if A A ' M Q ,.,. if ,T Xin f: ,.., , 1: .-.' Q H rw 5 M M ,.,. : 5? .,:,,, ...fm ' sa ' Q -f:,,,,1,,. l A 41,5 I: Z ., angst ,,v:. . IX? " 2 , '32 5 " we 1 'giiqxk Rh . I Z M Hzqglif Q ' ' ' , fi?" 4 4332 f' , mx 1 5. , A , I if H , Y 5 W M 'W H, M ., M 1 -H 'MW--r W, M '- "'- -QM ,BO ,J kwa , 1' 1 JIMMY ALEXANDER "His mischievous nature will alwa s be found in the midst of things."' Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, '55,,F.F3A-1 '52, '53, '54, Science Club, 53, 54, '55, Camera Club, '55, As You Like It Club, '53, B-Team Football, '52, Sec. of Home Room, '52. MARY Jo ALLEN "Live and let live." F.H.A., '52, '53, '54, '55, Reporter, '54, Science Club, '53, Class Tour- nament, '52, '53, '54, '55. MURIAL BROWN ALLEN "Never change when love has found its home." Glee Club, '52, F.H.A., '53, Com- mercial Club, '54, Class ourna- ments, '52, '5 '54, Libra Assist- ant, '53.- ' :ALBERT ALLEN APPLE "Every man is a book if you know how to read him." F.F.A., '52, '53, '54, '55, Vice-Presi- dent, '55, F.F.A. Basketball, '54, '55, Dairy Judging Team, '53, '54, Skill Contest '52, '53, '54, Clarks- vme Track Meer, '52, '53, '54, B- Team Football, '53. ' I g X . ' . 1 elf?" li' ffl' l til .Wil tif! 'gl JANIS APPLE "Thcre's nothing so sweet in life as yoimg beauty." Glee Clu-b, '52, '53, '54, '55, Accom- yr-anist, 52, '53, '54, Language Club, uf, '54, Science Club, '53, F.H.A., 55, Camera Club. '55, Football Queen Attendant, '54. Page 32 ,Wil . A BILL BALCH "I agree with no man's opinions, I have some of my own. Entered from Surgionsville, '53, Beta Club, '55, Glee Club, '54, '55, Science Club, '54, '55, Dramatic Club, '54, '55, Math Club, '55, Hilltop Highlights, '55. KENNETH D. BARRY "When work and play collide, seek play and fling work aside. ' Entered from West High School, '52, Varsity Basketball, '55, B-Team Basketball, '53, '54. CAROL JANE BINKLEY "A combination of . ability, deter- mination, and willingness." Entered from Bridgeport High School, Bridgeport, Ala., '53, Beta. Club, '54, '55, Glee Club, '55, Science Club, '55, Foreign Lan- guage Club, '54, Football Queen At- tendant, '55. HILDA Bo,2E The mildest manner and the gentlest heart." Glee Club, '55, Science Club, '53, '55, F.H.A., '53, '54, Commercial '54, '55, Hilltop Highlights, , Class Tournaments, '54. .Y Club, '55- JOHNNY BRACEY "God made earth and rested. God made man and rested. God made -woman, and nobody has rested." Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Treasur- er, '55, Science Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Secretary, '55, Dramatic Club, '55, Foreign Language Club, '54, Band, '52, '53. ERNEST BRADLEY "He never has much tolsayg He just works and goes has way." F.F.A., '52, '53, '54, '55. JACKIE BRADLEY "She's little, she': gay, She's a terror I'll say." Hilltog Highlights Staff, '52, '53, '54, '55, ramatic Club, 53, '54, '55, Camera Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Vice-President, '55 , Glee Club, '52, '53, Band, '53, '54, '55, F.H.A., '52. MARGARET LEE BROWN "The sweet music of a cheerful face, not always smiling!! but at least serene. Entered from Fayetteville, '53, Club, '53, '54, '55, Camera '54, '55, Treasurer, '55 Club, '54, '55, F.H.A. Class To urna ment,k541D 'Jw 'lf ZZ' af. WM and igur own business, and you ll ve business to mind." F.F.A. '52, '53, '54, '55, F.F.A. Basketfwall, '52, '53, Parliamentary ggocedure Contest, '54, Camera Club, SUE BURGESS One can't know everything. but I came close to it." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Three Act Play, '53,.Student Council '52, '53, '54i Foreign Language Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Reporter '53, Math club, '55, mmap Highlights staff, '54, '55, Middle Tennessee Forensic Meet, '52, Scholarship Award, '52, French Award, '54, Math Meet, WCM 'WM ' as "6 mDOUGLAS BROWN 1,3 ROBERT BURRow "I 'wish I was a little rock A' sittin' on a hill, A' doing nothin' all day long, But just a sittin' still." F.F.A., '51, '52, '53, B-Team Fm- ball, '5l. ASHLEY BYRN "Why take life sefjouslly . . . We'll never get out of it alwe anywayl" F.F.A., '51, '52, '53, '54, F.F.A. Basketball, '52, '53, '54. LILLIAN CAGE "l'ue taken my fun where I found W.. Beta Club, '53, '54, Glee Club, '52, '53, Language Club, '52, '53, Science Club, '52 ,'53, Commercial Club, '54, 125, Egeasurer, '55, Student Council, ' 4, ' . BOBBIE SUE CARR "A girl to love and praise." Entered from Hartsville '53, Science Club, '54, '55, one Club, '54, '55, Foreign Language Club, '54, Camera Club, '55, ecretary, '55, Commer- cial Club, '54, '55, F.H.A., '53, Class Tournament, '53, '54. BOBBY CHAMBERS "Everything will :ante if a man will only want." F.F.A., '52, '53, '54, Science Club, '52, Student Council, '53, As You Like Club, '53. FIF T ICFI VE ""' " ,Cf l.f"f"klf L', PW . , , "A'fr' fully fellow with good " ' . intentions." R Q7 'VGBR Iapfll CHAMBERS 1 l E d 1' B t H'gh School X '53e? 'Vbrsiiy Football 'Sgr Foreign Language Club. '55 L ter Club, '55, amera Club, 55 - I DORIS CLAIBORNE "Liked here, liked there, liked everywhere." Varsity Basketball, '54, Class Tour- nament, '53, Coach, '54, F.H.A. Club, '53, '54' Glee Club, '54,,'55: cbmmerelal Club, '54, 'ssg seteaee Club, '53, Letter Club, '54, '55. F r 1' 1, 4 ,I , f BERTRQAIND COTFRON A- "Na:we Hath mend rave fellow M , Jer time." ' 1 F.F.A1, '52,- '53, '54, '55, Science Club, '52, '53, '54, '55-7 Camera ClubL '54, '55. p WANDA CREEKMUR "Honest as the day is long." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Glee Club, '53, '54, Science Club, '52, '53, Commercial-Club, '54, '55, Reporter, '54, Treasurer, '55, Foreign Lan- guage Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Vice- President, '55, Class Secretary, '55, Home Room President, '54, Home Room Secretary, '55, Varsity Bas- ketball, '52, '53, '54, '55, Co-Captain, '54, Captain, '55, Class Tournament, '52, Coach, '53, '54, '55, Letter Club, '54, '55, Secretary, '55, Dramatic Club, '55, Hilltop High- lights Statt, '55, Scholarship Award, ' 4. CHARLENE CRUTCHER "Best be yourself, good and true." Beta Club, '55, F.H.A., '52, '54, '55, Secretary, '54, President, '55, VVork- shop, '54, F.H.A. Day, '52, '54, Foreign Language Club, '54, Science Club, '52, Band, '52, Commercial Club, '54, '55, Dramatic Club, '54, '55, Hilltop Highlights Stall, '55, Girls' Basketball Manager, '55, Stu- dent Council, '55, Homeroom Secre- tary, '54, Glce Club, '54, Page 34 'N- s ls BILLY DAVIS "It's tllf' song ye silly and ilu' smile J ye wear, 1' Glee Club, '51, '52, Class Touma- ' ment, '52, '53, '54, '55, B-Team " Football, '52, '53, Football Manager, tj' '51, As You Like It Club, '53 '54, Varsity Basketball, '54, '55, Letter Club. '53, '54, '55. X Y 9 S CARRIE LEONE D1sMUKEs v "Her heart is like the ynoon, everx changing but qlways with a man Q in it." Foreign Language Club, '53, '54, Varsity Basketball, '52, Basketball X Manager, '53, '54, '55, Class Touhr- . nament, '53, '54, Stud t Council, Q '52, Hilltop ighlights, ' Y Club, '52, 3, 'S4N55,, r 3tlC Club, H52,5' 3,55'54iAI 5,l2fe.il.ub, '52, '5 , ' ' , qc m' lee- XT xPresid3it, ' . v 8 ' - ' Q Q ' ' ls? Q " 3 . l ' -5 l" 9 X' l A -1 x ' S ' X ,5 l an tg rf , .i X ' X , L . .jX2lll.-J,YM . - ll Q .. ' J Y b X . N Q ' X ka t , W 'e .3 x' -' ' g ' , I Q it Al' ERINE Donlas 'N R' g , "My siz'e cannot lessen my 5 personality." R EH..-x. Club, '53, 'S-lg Commercial""k Club, '54, '5s. EL1sE Douculss "Tall and blonde, she Io-ues her fun, Is known and loved by everyone." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Recording Secretary. '55, Glee Club, '52, '53, '54 '55, Foreign Language Club, '52, Treasurer, '52, Science Club, '53, '54, Dramatic Club, '53, '54, '55, Commercial Club '54, '55, President, '55, Letter Club, '54, '55, Hilltop Highlights Staff, '52, '53, '54, '55, Student Council, '53, '54, Secretary- Treasurer, '55, Varsity Basketball, '52, '53, '54, '55, Co-Captain, '55, Class Tournament, '52, '53, Captain, '53, Coach. '54, '55, Football Queen, '55, Girl State Alternate, '54, Teen Town President, '55, Class Treasur- er, '56, Home Room Secretary, '52, Reporter, '54. SHIRLEY DRAPER "A flood disposition is more valuable than gold." Camera Club, '55, As You Like It Vlllll. '52, Class Tournament, '54, Honlr Room Secretary, '55. gr, .QQ , ' - ' ,ZW , Q 4 h -si I X I ,K f x4 Y ' 'Q X . -l ILLY U ' DRIVER A 'a hurry or -worr he'll ever 5 In 1 - .AI, '52, 53, cience Club, ,'52, 3- ,H '4, '55, G1 Club, '52, 53: gl'ourn33fne ,55. .J 4,155 N2 'Q .XJ kv A - x ,V ' 2' 'R Q ' . ox -WL, J 'S gf' A 323 git, Q Av EDWINA DULwoRTH "A quiet girl with :weetners showing, Her friend.: say :shelf 'well 'worth kmrw1ng." F.H.A. Club, '52, '53, Science Club, '54, Commercial Club, '55, Glee Club, '55. ' 5 3 Vx X -fs fc JUDY DUNCAN "She was as good as she was fair." Beta Club, '53, '54, Foreign Lan- guage Club, '52, '53, '54, Student Council '53, Middle Tenn. One Act Play Winner, '52, State One Act Play Winner, '52, One Act Play, '52, '54, Science Club '52, '53, Dramatic Club, '52, '53, '54, 'ssp Glee Club, '52, '53, Class Reporter, '53, Camera Club, '54, Home Room President, '55, Secretary, '54, Vice-President, '5 . BOBBY DURHAM "A mind equal to any undertaking that he put.: it alongnde of." F.F.A., '52, '53, As You Like It Club, '53, '54, Sgt.-at-arms, '54, Math Club, '55, B-Team Football, '51 '52, Captain, '52, Varsity Foot- ball, '53, '54, Letter ciub, '54, '55. BETTY JEAN DYER "The only way to have a friend is ta be one." F.H.A. Club, '52, '53, Science Club, '53, Commercial Club, '54, Glee ggub, '54, '55, Wisket Toumament, CLASS FTKFIV I4 ,fo , BILLY HAGGARD EMPSON "He's toll and he': lonkgr, and he'.r poor and he': thin, but e': a good :cout for the fi: he'.v in." Varsity Football, '53, Varsity Bas- ketball, '54, '55, Co-Captain, '55, Camera Club, '55, President, '55, President, '55, Glee Club, '52, '55, Dramatic Club, ,53 '55, Science Club, '52, '53, Foreign Language Club, '53, '54, '55, Band, '54, '55, Class Tournament, '52, '53, '54, Hilltop Highlights, '52. PATRICIA FLAHERTY "A likeable girl with u likeable way." Entered from Stamford High School, Stamford, Conn., '53, As You Like It Club, '53, Foreign Language Club, '53, '54, Class Tournament, '54, Dramatic Club, '55. PATRICIA GAITHER "Without love and laughter there is no foy." Glce Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Science Culb, '52, '53, '54, F.H,A. Club, '52, '53, Foreign Language Club, '53, '54, '55, Commercial Club '54, Hilltop Highlight: Staff, '55, Library Assistant, '55, Library Award, '55. HULEN GRANT ".Vr'L'rr do today what you can put aff until tomorrow." Varsity Football, '51, '52, '53, '54, Varsity Basketball, '53, '54, '55, Class Tournament, '52, Coach, '53 '54, '55, Letter Club, '54, '55, As You Like lt Club. '53, '54, '55, Glee Club, '52. v . fl LI, LU CL1ow7""'Af W . 792, llama, ,Us Q 'f 7, BILLY GRAY "Men of few 'words are the best of men." F.F.A. Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, President, '55, Purina Trophy, '54, Champion Steer, '54, '55, As You Like It Club, '54, '55, Science Club, '52. Page 35 WILLIE B. GREEN "People like her make the 'world go round." Hilltop Highlights Staff, '54, '55, Student Council, '55, Commercial Club, '54, '55, Library Assistant, '52, '55, F.H.A., '52. ADELLE GREENWOOD "No storm ever rujled the current of her life." Glee Club, '52, As You Like Club, '54, Comm rcial Club, '5 t -PM-'Q ,pf v'M,,i I ll li, if il lmf,f"'b" W CLARA GREGORY "The happy medium of sincerity and cheerfulne.v:." F.H.A., '52, '53, '54, Science Club, '53, Commercial Club, '54, '55. 0 O az-A. a. L- .H nw. ltfzffe, :C-ff-'iff Q11 Aflf l '17 iffy- -tj"""" 7' if JT?" . fl -'ff-' ,foo JIMMY GUTHRIE "l'm getting nowhere fast." F.F.A., '52, Letter Club, '54, Treas- urer, '55, Track Meet, '53, As You Like It Club, '53, '54, B-Team Foot- ball, '52, Captain, '53, Varsity Foot- ball, '53, '54, B-Team Basketball, '53, Basketball Manager, '54, Home Room Vice-President '55' Teen Town Vice-President,"55. , 'C , , ' -L FE ff" ,,-' ,UD 2-,yei , " NEALIE HARRIS "School is one mental confusion." Glee Club, '54, FEA., '52, '53, '54, '55, F.F.A. Basketball, '53, '54, '55, B-Team Football, '52, Clarksville Track Meet, '54. Page 36 NATHAN JAMES HARSH "Arguing ir the delight of my life." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Play, '53, Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Letter Club, '55, Science Club, '52, '53, Foreign Language Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Dramatic Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Play, '53, Hilltop Highlights Staff, '52, '53, '54, '55, Boys' State, '54, B-Team Football, '52, '53, Var- sity Football, '54, Home Room Vice- President, '52, Boy Vice-President of Student Council, '55, HALL BARRY HAYNES "Some people posses: a perfect genius for doing nothing." F.F.A., Club, '53, '54, '55, Sgt.-at- Arms, '53, Judging Contest,A'53, '54, B-Team Football, '52, Science Club. '54, '55, Dramatic Club, '54, Class Tournament, '55, As You Like It Club, '52, Glee Club, '53. JOE MANN HAYNES "Laughing make: a good steady diet." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Vice-President, '53, President, '55, Dramatic Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Recorder, '53, Vice- President, '55, All State Play Cast, '52, Tenn. Champion One Act Play Cast, '52, Alternate Champion, '53, Student Council, '54' Foreign Lan- guage Club, '54, Treasurer, '54, Science Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Sgt.- at-arms, '55, F.F.A. Club, '52, '53, Math Club, '55, Treasurer, '55, Math Team, '54, Parks Sub-District Public Speaking Contest, '52, '53, Third Place Winner, '52, Second Place Winner, '53, Hilltop High- light: Staff, '53, '54, '55, Varsity Football, '52, '53, '54, Varsity Bas- ketball, '54, '55, Class Tournament, '53, Coach, '54, Letter Club, '54, '55, Vice-President, '55, Class Presi- dent, '52, '53, Treasurer, '54, Home lgciom President, '52, '55, Treasurer, OUIDA FAYE HEADY "She fears not the obstacles that lead to her goal." Beta Club, '53, '54, Foreign Lan- guage Club, '53, '54, '55, Science Club, '52, '53, '54, Dramatic Club, '54, '55, Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Commercial Club, '54. KATHLEEN HERRGEN "She softly speak: and sweetly smiles." Entered from Stamford, Conn., '53, Glee Club, '54, '55, Foreign Lan- guage Club, '53 '54, '55, Camera Club, '54, '55, Science Club, 's3. 9 , a Y JIMMY HINES "If you hear a laugh and see a grin, You may be sure that he has come in." Glee Club, '53, '55, Science Club, '52, '53, '54, Dramatic Club, '53, '54, '55, Foreign Language Club, '52, '54, As You Like It Club, '52, Hilltop Highlights, '55, Home Room .Vice- President, '53. Tiki ev ---M" F W .fuf-XV ,.' - 40" X ,ffw ' '. . 1 PHILLIIVG. HOLLAND "A good mail to lmo'u.'." Entered from Camden High School, Camden, Tenn., '54. FAYE HUDSON "Meet her, know her, and yon'll never forget her." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Executive Vice-President, '55 , Hilltop High- lights Staff, '52, '53, '54, '55, Dra- matic Club, '54, Glee Club, '52, '53, Class Tournament, '54, Commercial Club, '54, '55, Home Room Secre- tary, '55, F.H.A. Club, '52, '53, CHARLOTTE ANNE HUDGENS "Wisdom if the .perfect food of the human mind." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Play, '54, Foreign Language Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Hilltop Highlights, '52, '53, '54, '55, Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, VVinner Piano solo contest, '52, Win- ner vocal solo contest, '53, '54, '55. CAROL HUGHES "There is a nobility in the world of manners." Foreign .Language Club, '52, '53, Commercial Club, '54, '55, Class Tournament, '54. NIARGARET DORRIS HUGHES "A charming combination of beauty and gracious-ness." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Correspond- ing Secretary, '55, Glee Culb, '52, '53, '54, '55, Treasurer, '52, '53, M.T.V.A. duet, '54, Hilltcg High- lights Staff, '53, '54, '55, ramatic Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Treasurer, '52, Secretary, '53, Foreign Lan- guage Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Presi- dent, '55, Science Club, '52, '53, Camera Club, '54, Student Council, '53, Football Queen Attendant, '52, '55, Cheerleader, '53, '54, '55, Teen Town Queen, '54, Home Room Sec- retary, '52, Vice-Pres., '53. KIARY CARTER HUGHES "It's the song ye sing and the smile ye wear, Tl1at's the a'malzin' the sunshine everywhere. " Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Secretary, '55, Dramatic Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Secretary. '55, Science Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Foreign Language Club, '52, Class Secretary, '52, Class Vice- President, '53, Class Reporter, '54, '55, Hilltop Highlights, '53, '54, '55, Teen Town Queen, '53, Volunteer Girls' State. '54, Football Queen At- tendant, '55. Jo ANN HUMBLE "Beorning with pep and fun, Our charming cheerleader beams like the sun." Foreign Language Club, '53, Science Club, '52, '53, '54, Dramatic Club, '52, '53, '55, Student Council, '52, Football Queen Attendant, '55, Cheerleader, '52, '53, '54, '55, Com- mercial Club. '54, Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Hillop Highlights Staff, '54, '55. Q? RANCES JENKINS "Beauty is sound as -well as sight." Science Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, For- eign Language Club, '53, '54, '55, Commercial Club, '54, '55, Glee Club, '52, '55. DOROTHY BTAXINE JONES n of misclzimxousness and fun." Language Club, '53, '54, Council, '54, Band, '52, '52, Science Club, '52, Club, '52, Commercial FIF T YFI VE Page if dvi- eff. I GLENN JoNEs "A quiet tongue bespeaks a busy mind." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Play '53, Treasurer, '55, Student Council, '52, '54, '55, Foreign Language Club, '52, '53, '54, President, '54, Varsity Football, '53, '54, Class Secretary, '54, Class Vice-President, '55, Dra- matic Club, '55, Science Club '52, '53, '54, '55, Treasurer, '55, Letter Club, '54, '55, President, '55, Horne- room President, '54, Math Club, '55, President, '55. ,' ' J I . ,f' 71.1--1' ,Lu kd -I I ,f D, ffl' L' i I 'V ,,4L7,6iL"' f.KQ,4x.f ' I 4,6 ' fy ,lg I! Kiev" 1' i,Jb'L-GJYLI v J RICHARD . JONES "Though innocent of books, his knowledge is wide." Entered from Kenner High School, New Orleans, Louisiana, '52, F.F.A. Club, '53, Clarksville Field Day, '53, '54, As You Like It Club. '53. EVELYN RosE JULIAN "She has a winning 'way and a cheery little smile, That makes you .sorta wish she'd linger there a while." B913 Club. '53, '54, '55, F.H.A. Club, '52, Science Club, '52, '53, '54, Foreign Language Club, '53, '54, 55, Library Assistant, '55, Hilltop Highlights Staff, '55, Commercial Club, '54, Dramatic Club, '54, '55, Glee Club, '53, '54, '55. EUGENE KEPLINGER "A WN' C0mPound of oddity, d'g 't i, and frolic." 1 m 3 Entered from Greenville High School, '53, .Foreign Language Club, glib 'ssgs Sciiixceh Clu:J,b '35, Camera u , ' 5 t , '55, G1 Club, '53, '55. 3 f ee ,gli if r I 'fi I ' ' 5 I , f ,nf if ' " A J, 3 I-v " ,luv 8 vgfk L Li 4, I , I, ff' 'r ' 5 fi it J 1 I ff'f'i. , BILL IGRKIQATRICK ' Howxjliaently no Sense trips from ' his guel" F.H.A. Clu '52, '53, '54, I55, B. 'I:eam,F Y all, '52, '53, Science plubfi , S31 As You Like It Club, 154, Clarlisville Field:lDay, '52, '53, Ormgn Hheuage b. '54, G1 Club, '52. '53, '54, '55, ee Page 38 Iwi 'Q 'C NINE TEEN EN OR LUCILLE LEATH "A quiet girl but very sweet." F.H.A., '52, '53, Commercial Club, '54 '55 ALENE MCDEAXMAN "Well-timed silence hath more eloquence than speech." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Foreign Language Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Math Meet, '54, Commercial Club, '54-,, 'S'5 Glee Club, '52, '53, '55. - f- fs .5 if an p pawn! Akai. l""fff'fL ' it-aft.: i,o-u,ge1.ffL- tj' ' l' xt.,,t,.e., A ,,, - Lt, po, JEAN MCDOUGAL , "Oh, Lord, give me a pure heart a true heart, and a sweetheart." Entered from Hendersonville, '53' F.H.A. Club, '53, '54, Commercial Club, '54, '55, Varsity Basketball, '55, Class Toumament, '53, JOHN LEWIS MCMURTRY "An easy-going kind of boy." F.F.A. Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Skills Contest, '53. RONALD ALLEN MCMURTRY "No one knows what he can do until he tries." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Glee Club, Y52, '54, '55, F.F.A. Club, '52, '53, Science Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, For- eign Language Club, '54, Dramatic Club, '55, Math Club, '55. 1 ,3,,y,:, 4 -J,d'QA,v ' 'fY'.,4 Y '2 - I S Oral, 2-1 abr'-QL 1 Mr-4-a fl '- I fkaelf Zfvazdfef f6f -7,gz,c,-.4 ' -f""" ' 'ff 1 JANICE AY MARTIN "The secret of happiness not-in doing -what one likes, but an liking what one has to do." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, F.H.A. Club, '54, '55, Secretary, '55, Home- room President, '55, Class Tourna- ment, '52, '54. f, , . ijIJ,g lv- 2, 3 2 SAM PAYNE MAss Y 1 A, XCR?-h dgexfyi-go-lucsgm ' I at o rs me." M ,mbf"2'Z2'fQ" CjFt'F.A. Club, '53, '54, n- ge Club, '53, Dr atic Club, '55, Y 'mera l , '5 T-Jbs',52, C, , s 1 - 'x .L 'ANN W, 6fS,S 'Q Ross MAYBERRY "I may not be Clark Gable, but at least I have a good start." Glee Club, '52, '53, F.F.A. Club, '52, '53, '54, As You Like It Club, '52, '53, Class Tournament, '53. RITA LOUISE MONCRIEF "A character of deep sincerity de- voted to her every task." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Foreign Language Club, '53, '54, F.H.A. Club, '52, '53, Commercial Club, '54, '55, Letter Club, '54, '55, Class Tournament Coach, '54, '55, Varsity Basketball, '54, '55, Library Assist- asnst, '54, '55, Library Award, '54, CORRINNE NORMAN "WithoI4t love and laughter there is no jay." Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Band, '52, '53, '54, '55, Vice-President, '53, Foreign Language Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Dramatic Club, '55, Com. mercial Club, '54, '55, Class Tourna- ment, '54. Q fha' lm., , .. '- 1 ' 'GARDLYN FAYE OLDHAM "Life is a jest and all things show it, I thought so once, but now I know it " Science Club, '52, '53, F.H.A. Climb, '52, Glee Club, '52, Commercial Club, '54, '55, Reporter, '55. , , - 1 1 . 1 - LEoNARD PERRY ' "A friendly fellow, musically inclined, A nicer guy you'll never find." Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, M.T.V.A. Soloist, '54, '55, Foreign Language Club, '52, '53, '54, Science Cluh, '55, Boys' State, '54. EDDIE PERSON "A gentleman by nature,- a scholar by education." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Play, '53, Vice-President, '54, President, '55, Foreign Language Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, President, '53, Vice-President, '54, Band, '52, '54, Vice-President, '52, '54, Class Vice-President, '52, Class Secretary, '53, Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Treasurer, '54, Vice- President, '55, Varsity Football, '53, '54, Science Club, '54, '55, Vice- President, '54, President, '55, Math Club, '55, Dramatic Club, '54, '55, Vice-President, '54, President, '55, One Act Play, '54, Homeroom Presi- dent, '54. WILLIAM WRIGHT PETTY "Our president 1vho's always ready to do his best for our dass." Science Club, '54, Treasurer, '54, Class President, '54, '55, Class Treasurer, '53, B-Team Football, '54, Student Council, '53, '55, Glee Cluh, '52, P.T.S.A. Student delegate to State Convention, '54. JOHN PORTER ".X'othing is impossible to a zmlling heart." Transferred from Carthage High School, '52, Beta Club, '54, '55, Foreign Language Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Secretary, '54, Varsity Basket- ball. '53, '54, '55, Science Club, '53, '54, '55, Dramatic Club, '54, "" 55, Reporter. 54, Varsity Football, '53, '54, Captain, '54, Math Club, '55, Student Council, '55, President, '55, Clarksville Field Day, '53, Class Tournament, '52, Homeroom Secre- tary. '53, Vice-President, '54. Page 39 My il U if va , fl J. -,U ,X 1 'VV' ll .ll LEY Y' ll 'WA su le folv ' y ." , . Q . gun l 0 gl lab? 'J 1 lfv K li As ou lk It., XJ WIC" nl' A ', Qu J MJ ' w U N, l I if R ' ' .. I w -x ' ' R I t v I I f ,-J v V J vl, J rr' fl l' Nl' lx 'lbw' jltpwhyg' fi v' I 'l dl. N fl , REBECCA PRYOR "Good nature, the beauty of the soul." F.H.A. Club, '54, Commercial Club, '54, '55, As You Like It Club, '53 Deck Tennis Tournament, '54, Wis ket Tournament, '55, Basketbal Class Tournament, '52, ' f "".Z1,J, fl 'zfj 7 'rail u , .,,1xJ ' g, f i Ll , il 1 I d I v f 1-1 ' 'M ,g 1 'i . 1, N ,,,,. I n -. , .-fp , , g, L.. , r. . VI 'lj'-X I ' li SARA PYLAND' ' "Her deeds speak for themselves." Entered from David Lipscomb High School, '55, Dramatic Club, '55, Comrnejial Club, '55. XM, ' Q' 1 - IJ ' M ' 54" tv 1 f ff! 91" W 0' ffl affuot WhlLJv,,J ,il D U i V . f f' QAM' ,rf vii. 'Q 'fjfl' X474 ,ZIM- ff' Ju 4 17,11 av.,-J f-ifdvv Dafa? I . M 5" 'wiv' : AJ, . M' M. hy 1 5 ' gif' VJ' 1 '- IU - - .J ' Q ,fPnI1,yIgaR-Em, r C M ' dj A tion is my spar-lz.:47w For gn Language Club, '52, As You 'lfike It Club, '54, '55, Class Tourna- ment, '52, '53, '54, '55, Dramatic Club, '55, Science Club, '52, '53, Glce Club, '52. PATRICIA ScE RICHARDSON "Her virtues are many, her faults are few." I:o4reign Language Club, '52, '53, '54, Science Club, '52, '53, Commercial Club, '54, '55, Glee Club, '52, Homeroom Vice-President, '52. , U aa' I -.- A s :J 1 ' X ' - J- F , " . ll -,wg .4 9 'A ' I ' , I. 4 1. I xx ' I. , fl nr p..g.'4i i 5 ' ' " WN NETEE SENIOR 5 0-... I ' I .fe - I ,. . -.-. 0. MARIE ROBERTSON . 1 . "For quietness she cun't be beat." F.H.A. Club, '52, '53, '54, Com- mercial Club, '54, '55. JANE Rusn "Blushing is the color of virtue." Entered from Science Hill High School, Johnson Cite' Tenn., '54, Foreign Language lub, '54, '55, Math Club, '55, Reporter, '55, Glee Club, '55. GAYLE SEAY "A giggle now, laughter then, A smiling dimple-Gayle again." Beta Club, '53, '54, '55, Student Council, '53, Homeroom President, '52, '53, Secretary, '54, Reporter, '55, Glee Club, '52, '53, '55, For- eign Language Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Dramatic Club, '53, '54, '55, Science Club, '52, '53. MARK SHAW "He eats to live and lives to eat." Science Club, '52 '53, '54, '55, Foreign Language Club, '53, '54, '55, Dramatic Club, '54, '55, Math Club, '55, Glee Club, '52, '53, Field Day, '52, '53, '54, Class Tournament, '52, Varsity Basketball, '53, '54, '55, Captain, '55, Varsity Football, '54, Letter Club, '53, '54, '55. F ' ua 5.1 J' ' l ifjwyt X25 ' A' ' if f - I K,-.f'-fl lfrfl ,ji . lg .Mp XIARTHA SUE SIMPSON "The face that smiles is al-ways,good." F.H.A. Club, '52, '53, '54, Science Club, '53, Commercial Club, '54, '55. 1 l i. MARTHA PEARL STRONG "Her voice is soft and pleamnt to hear." F.H.A. Club, '52, '53, Foreign Lan- guage Club, '53, '54, '55, Commer- cial Club, '54, '55, As You Like It Club, '52, Glee Club, '52, '53. llllf TOM Y STROTHER "A man who 'lived upon a .rmile." Foreign Language Club, '52, '53, '54, Science Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Dra- matic Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, G1 Club, '52, '55, Class Tourname JL' a , '55, '54, '55.Q,AA,'JAg M, LA., D O "'Jgi"R"A' f-fav' ,, EfL'v: E' af I meal-- . ,Av J.. .- .' , ,J " "' F ,.. fi " "4 Y" 4 '-' 'ifnu' 1 ' lv' J,,-"A ,,-1 Anwar. R 'v , AV BET Y Jo TAYLOR "With her smiling eye: and her pleasing .grim What a flmsure knowing Betty has been. ' Glee Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Science Club, '52, '53, Dramatic Club, '53, Commercial Club, '54, Camera Club, '52, Cheerleader, '52, Football Queen Attendant, '54, Class Tournament. RUTH ELAINE TEMPLETON "Her mirth the world required." F-H.A- Club. '52, '55, Commercial Club, '54, '55. ALFRED THOMAS "Mm who can be relied upon are always in demandf F-F-11 Club. '52, '535 Foreign Lan- synse Club, '54, '55, Camera Club, 'ggi Science Club, '54, Math Club, 5 . CLASS le RY LAR if GUTI-IRIE THURMAN " H'it and humor have their part of him." Varsity Football, '52, '53, '54, B- Team, '51, Letter Club, '53, '54, '55, Science Club, '55, F.F.A. Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Reporter, '55, Glee Club, '52, '53, '55, As You Like It Club, '54, Dramatic Club, '55, Class Tournament, '53, '54, '55, Clarks- ville Traclt Meet, '52, '53, '54- HARRY WATKINS "A friendly likeable fellow always ready lo lend a helpmg hand." Varsity Football, '52, '53 '54, Alter- nate Captain, '54, Class Tournament, '52, '53, '54, '55, Class Vice- President, '54, Letter Club, '53, '54, '55, Sgt.-at-Arms, '55. ,15- ff -I DI, JL-I. WH,-fL 4 I 5'1" 'fl ',,' j- fQ.1f'll' A. , 4 1' l' ' l .1 X 7 QQ!" ' Zh," IW 5 I BETTY JEAN W'ILBURN "Enjoy youth today, for tomorrow you may dw." Foreign Language Club, '53, F.H.A. Club, '52, As You Like It Club, '54, Commercial Club, '55, I rf. pl I , ' b ,I -' - 1 lv 4 , I .. ,s ., .- l ' , I. ,- ' l ' l 1 '- SHIRLEY WILIIURN "A girl who always look: her best." Foreign Language Club, '53, F.H.A. Club, '52, Commercial Club, '55, As You Like It Club, '54. JOE MILLER WILKES "There is no substitute for earnestm's.r." F.F.A. Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Treasurer, '54, Secretary, '55, Crlee Club, '52, '53, '54, 'SSS Judzmg Team, '53, '54, Skills Contest, '52, '53, '54, '55. IF T YF! VE """ " ,, SENIOR Ce, ,fi , 'C ffbfwfy my CQ Page 42 ,V , Donoruv Wrrcman - "A kind and gentle heart." Foreign Language Club, '54, Glee Club, '54, '55, Science Club, '52, '53, '55, Dramatic Club, '54, '55. JERRY Woomum "Ne'ucr idle a moment." F.F.A. Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, Sen- tinel, '55, Parliamentary Procedure Contest, 55, Varsity Football '53, '54, Science Club, '52, '53' Letter club, '55, Clarksville 'tml Meet, '53, '55, Glee Club, '53, '54, '55. JOHN Woomnn "A likeable fellow who is friendly to everyone." Varsity Football, '52 '53, '54, Letter club, '53, '54, '55, 15.F.A. Club, '52, '53, '54, 55, Treasurer, '55, Foreign Language Club, '55, As You Like It Club, '52. WILMA Woonwann "Sweet, sincere, rute, and wise." F.l-LA. Club, '52, '53, Commercial Club, '54, '55, Varsity Basketball, '55, Class Tournament, '52, '53, '54. MARY ANNE WRIGHT "Ju.rt being alive is fun." Glee Club, '53, '54, '55, Science Club, '52, '53, '54, '55, F.H.A. Club, '52, '53, '54, Hilltgp Highlight.: Staff, '55, Dramatic lub, '53, '54, '55, Commercial Club, '54, '55, For- eign Language Club, '54, Student Council 53, Homeroom Reporter, '54, Library Assistant, '52. CLASS Azftfkfl 5 Qin Cu , fi yi '4,fz4f7i Q! gfgQL,ql.7 J l W I M"'v NINE TEEN FI T YF! V 616188 Ong ll: Jan Now' the time has come for parting .Xnd our voices blend with tears. XX e have shared our lives together from our childhood through the years Xnd as we hold etch classmitt s hand In 1 silent list farewell Mas the loxe wext shared together In each heart forexer dwell Now we hft our hearts to Heaxen Xnd we pray well meet again Max we sing our song with angels In th tt final great Amen Woida Lxuxx -ILLHN Uhr Curr: an VENT Another chapter of life 1 done But reallv the hook is just begun Nlexe hxed the xears through joy md sorrow We turn a page and start to morrow To dear GH S how much we owe Til we haxe parted we cannot know She has been our help our hope our friend She has been our guide to this great end 5,2 mit? , g L 'F PF EFF gpe p 4 gqitfj I CZSS OQITL And though we go each separate way Oxer all the world thou h we may strax Well still he joined with bonds that tie- The bonds of loxe for Gallatin High Xnd throughout all our coming life Through friendship sorrow joy or strife We ask Dear lord that Thou wilt guide -Xnd keep this Class of 35 Ex ELS x JL LIAN Page 43 Murxal Brown Allen Ole marrned woman Boy' Takm A Closer Look Name Nickname Favorite Saymg James Gordon Alexande Mary Jo Allen Albert Allen Apple Jams Brown App VV1ll1am Hlram Balch Kenneth D Barry Carol Jane Bmkley Hllda Ann Boze John Taylor Bracey Ernest Melvln Bradley Jackxe Bradley Margaret Lee Brown Paul Douglas Brown Maggle Sue Burgess Robert Earl Burrow Lxllxan Frances Cage Bobble Sue Carr Bobby Chambers Gerald Chambers Dons Claiborne Bertrand Cothron Wanda Jean Creekmur Charlene Crutcher Carrxe Lee Dlsmukes Katherlne Dobbs Clara Elrse Douglass Shirley Ann Draper Bully Eugene Drrver Edwma Dulworth -Judith Marte Duncan Bobby Harms Durham "-Betty Jean Dyer Bllly Ha gard Empson 4-Patrlcxa laherty Patrlcla Galther Hulen Grant Wrllxam Allen Gray VV1ll1e B Green Adelle Greenwood Clara B Gregory James Irvm Guthrle Neahe Allen Harrls James Nathan Harsh Hall Barry Haynes Joe Mann Haynes Ouxda Faye Heady Kathleen Herrgen James Lee Hmes P'11ll1p Gordon Holland 1-Charlotte Ann Hudgens Page 44 r Referee Why 'P Mrnme Davxd Snake Btg Apple 1 Bmk o lmk Hxldegarde Honeylove Ernest Jackie Speedy Phoebe Susle Q Robert Brrdcage Bobble Sox Chambers Peg leg pete Baby Dumplm Bert Creeky Agnes Dizzy Kltty Elsle Bug Bob Screwdrlver udy Bu e UMBA a Trxcxa Mule Tvxo fingers Money maker Squxrt Blossom Bug Clara Gus Hon Moto Runt Bug feet VVedg1e Kay lxmmy Phtllxp Charlotta Ah shucks' O Honey Gads Ah h shucks' Wonder rf Ill hear from Dubba? 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'noi Q X C if 'ff' Qin 7 l , - u S- A Death touched the very heart of our student body this year when Cullen VV1lSOll the presldent of the Sophomore Class and lmmy Burnett 1tS vlce presldent were kllled m a automoblle acc1 dent One of thelr classmates ane Loveless wrote the trlbutes to them Vbll1Cll were prmted m the school paper There could be we thought np more httmg expressxon of the thoughts of all o us He was only a boy but everyone who came wlthm range of h1s heart warmmg grm was a better person for rt He was genume he was real he was someo ne you could always trust on anv occasxon He was only a boy but hldden somewhere deep wrthm hlm ran a crvstal t s ream of what rt takes to make a Nlan He didnt set hlmself aboxe exe rxone else he wasnt perfect and he admltted It He ose 1fe he touched was enrlched by nt He could talk wlth profound wlsdom one mmute and then slowlv a twmkle would come m h1s eyes and he would say somethmg that put a smlle on your hps and left a happy feehng ln your heart w as only a boy but everyone wh l IN MEMORIAZW JIMNIY BLRx1:TT AWD CLLIIINI VVILSON He w as onlv a boy but h1s death has left a VO1d rn our ln es w hlch cannot be filled He was a blg person so Ing for us perhaps that IS the reason God took h1m He walked wxth klngs and kept hrs common touch He was a boy yes but he was much more he w as Cullen XVllSOIl He would cock h1s head on one s1de a d n smlle so mfectrously that anyone would have to laugh He had a ca Jacxt f 1 y or makmg and keepmg frlends that few people ever attam But xou dont remember just this you thmk t I o a mow who looked you straxght m the eye and called you by xour name he was wholesome God must haxe put hxm m our World to make us happy for that 1S what he accomphshed and when his task was fimshed God took back that whlch had been loaned us Through our tears we smrle and reme b m er the mxxsrble hght w h1ch enc1rcled hlm and made each ot us warmer for hax mg come near to lt Thls was llli glft to us thls rare loxe of l1VIl'1g whlch belonged to Jlmmy Burnett BOBBY ALDERSON SHIRLEY SUE ANDREWS TOMMY .AYRRENDALE JOE BARNES LESLIE BATES LEMCEL BENNE BOBBY BENNETT AJARY ALMA BENTLEY BON.-ALD BEYIL CODY BINKLEY JAMES XY, BRACKIN AT.-XRY LOUISE BRADLEY X'IRGINIA BRADLEY XYILMA JEAN BRADLEY REBBECCA :ANN BRANHAN4 RALPH BRAZEL BOBBY BRONYN CAROL BROWN FLOYD BROWN THOMAS ALLEN BROWN RIYRNA BRUCE JIMMY' BURNETT PAUL BRUNETT BARBARA LOUISE BUTLER XVALTER :ALLEN BYRNS EDITH CAGE :ANNETTE LAMPBELL THOMAS CANTER XVEBB CANTER BOBBY CANTRELL BARBARA JEAN CARMON GEORGE CARPENTER CHARLES CARR NANCY CARTER KICKINLEY CATRON XL-KRTHA LOUISE CHAMBERS FERRELL CLAIBORNE TLLA RAY COOK :XNNETTE COWARD EYELYN COX BILLY EDNVARD CRONAN LILLIAN DAUGHERTY RICHARD DORRIS :ALBERT DOWNS BETTY SUE DUKE KENNETH WAYNE ETHERIIJGE BETTY FARRIS KIARGARET SUE FERGERSON BEN FRAKES PEGGY FRANKLIN JOAN FULLER LUCY GILES CHARLES F. GRANGER JEANETTE GRANT BIELBA GRAY HAROLD GREGORY SUE GREGORY EYELYN HACKETT RICHARD PAUL HACKETT MORRIS HADDI-:N CHARLES EIJWARIJ TT.-ALL JOHN HANCOCK BEN HENRY HAYNES DAYID HAX'NES FRANK HESTER POLLY .ANN HIGH JOHN W. HII.I, JAMES HILTON JOYCE HINTON SARAH .ANN HOFFMAN HELEN FAYE Hl'!JIJI.PLS'FfJN JON JAMES NANCY JOHNSON BARBARA JONES BETTY JOYCE JONES BILLY GENE JONES HUGH JONES JOHN XYESLEY JONES JOYCE MARIE JONES ADA LOUISE LACY SUE LANCASTER DIARY ELLEN LEWIS ATARY FRANK LIGON JANE LOYELESS LOIS :ANN LYNCH ALLEN KICDONAXLIJ MARY RUTH ATCDOUGAL XIAXINE PIPER JUDY PROCTOR KIABLE :ANN PRYOR THOMAS :ALLEN PYLAND ATARY LOU RICHARDSON ATARTHA RIPPY BARBARA DALE ROBERTS SUE CAROL ROBINSON JOYCE ROBINSON PEGGY SUE SHAW HUGH SHUMAKE BETTY JO SIMPSON JANICE SIMPSON BERT SMITH GEORGE SMITH REESE SMITH SYLYIA SNOW XYIRGINIA SPEER BEVERLY STAFFORD ESTES EUGENE STAMPS RUBY STEPHENS RICHARD STEWART! NORMA SUE STEWARD PEGGY LEYON STINSON THOMAS PORTER STONE, JR REBECCA STROTHER BTARTHA JANE SUDDARTH HAROLD SUDDARTH PATRICIA SUDDARTH JERRY TAYLOR DON TEMPLE-ZTON SARAH TEMPLETON LOWELI. EVANS THOMAS XVELMA THOMPSON OFFICERS JANE LOYELESS ,.,....,. .... .... S e cretary JUDY PROCTER ,,.. Treasurer PAT SUDDARTH, .... , . . ..,...,.... . . .Reporter ,il ag SAMMIE KTCKICRTRY JOYCE MCXVHIRTER SAMUEL GENE NIADDOX ANN MASTERS JANICE TILLMAN SARA :ANN TIPPETT :ANN TUCKER CHARLES RAY TUTTLE I J LAC wig L .,,.I JNXSXN JAMES XIASTERS XYILLIAM BIATTHEWS BETTIE ANN ATILLER CAROLYN CI-ICELIA RJILLER CHARLES RVOOIJSON MOSS AJAX PAINTER :ALLEN PARKS JUDY LEE PEARSON JUDY PERRIGO KTINA LOU XYALLACE ROY XYEBSTER CULLEN XYILSON BOBBY VVUMACK JACKIE XYOODVVARD EDWIN EARLIJENE XVOOTEN BARBARA XYYNNE GEORGE TERRY YAHR SOPHOMORE CLASS 'sf . OFFICERS , fr TOMhIYiHENDRICKSON ....,...,.... ..A.. . . .President fe' A ef' ,JERRv 'GRANT ..,,.,.... ..,, V ice-President il SHIRLEY ALDERSON .,.. . ..,, Secretary PEGGY HoLMEs ....... ..... T reasurer ng. so FRESHMA CLASS ' Shirley Alderson, Billy M. Alexander, David Armistead, Joe Armstrong, Jerry Arnold, David Banks, James Barnes, Robert Barnes, Edward Beene, Ann Bentley, Howard Bogus, Lucian Borders, Barbara Bradley, Mary Ellen Bradley, Thomas H. Bradley, James Howard Brazzell, Thomas Brown, Randy Burris, XYillie E. Burroughs, Charles Butler, Gladys Butler. Robert Cage, NVanda Campbell, James Carpenter, Charles Carter, Jacky H, Carver, Brenda Casteel, Moye Chambers, Dudley Claiborne, Doris Cogdell, James Cook, Bonnie Louise Cox. XVilliam Charles Cox, Robert Craddock, Mary Creekmore. XYilliam Crocker, Peggy Ann Daniel, Nancy Daniel, Hattie Sue Darnell, Leon Deering, James Denney, Joe Dickerson, Ruth Dickey, Rebecca Gail Dobbs, Sara Dobbs, Frances Dorris, Katherine Dorris, Patricia Ann Dorris, Linda Downs, Harsh Aster Draper, Billy Duke, Noel Duncan, Gene Durham, Polly Duty, Mattie Lou Dyer, Sarah Alice Ferebee, James Allen Fishburn, John Charles Flynn, Janan Flynn, Florence Ann Frakes, Louis Franklin, Dottie Sue Fuqua. Thelma Dean Fuqua, Dennis Gammon, Kathleen Gann, Esther Ann Garland, Charles Garrison, Virginia Garrison, Steve Gibson, Nancy Gilmore. Jo Ann Goble, Barbara Sue Graham, NYanda Granstati. Jerry Grant, Roger Grant, Delano Graves, James Byron Graves, John Gilbert Greenwood, Roy Lee Gregory, VVillie Grizzle, Charles Gufiey, Carlene Hackett, VVilliam B. Hager, John Arvid Hakola, Frances Louise Hall, Judy Hall, Felix Grundy Haynes, Tommy Hendrickson, Helen Victoria Herod, Peggy Ann Holmes, Judy Dell Huckaba, Matilda May Hunter, Edwin Hyde. Grace Elaine Johnson, Rebecca Johnson, Carolyn Sue Jones. Donald XYayne Key. Edward Kirkpatrick, Shirley Vir- ginia Lamb. Melinda Jane Langford, Mack Langford, Sarah XYesley Lassiter, Betty Ruth Leath, Jo Allen Leath, San- dra Lee, Elizabeth Ann Lovell, George Henry McCullough, Robert McMahan. Pattie Jo Martin, Dorothy Mai Ma- son, Linda Ann Masters, Martha Jane Matlock, Charles Mattox, Lambert James Merryman. Bobby Lee Miller, Dillon Mitchener, Nelda Ann Moseley, Annie Ruth Moss, Edward Mundy, James Mundy, Paul Neal, Peggy Sue Nunnery, Martha Jo Overton, Leroy Parker, Opal Jean Pearson, Jerry Perry. Loerita Perry, Patsy Petty, Howard Polk, Jr.. Ed- wina Polston. Larry Edward Pruett, Dennis Lanier Pryor, Norma Ann Puckett, Brady Puryear, Carlotta Ray, Ann Reagan, Sue Richardson, Alberta Odean Richardson, Yallie Delores Rippy, Arthur Carey Rutledge, Louise Sadler. Mary Shephard, Shelby Frances Shoulders, David Shrum, Rogers Simpson, Lillian Mai Sloan, Douglas Leroy Smith, Edna Bernice Smith, Billie Ann Stewart. Jerry Strickland, lrvin Stone, Mary Emma Strong, Elizabeth Ann Sum- mers, Ersel lVarner Thackston, Billy Thompson, Ernest Thompson, Delina Gene Thurman. Roger Thurman, Jerry Thurman, XYilliam George, Tinsley. Jr., Douglas Tipton, Herbert Reese Tucker, Lois Van Patten, Thomas Hayden Yantrease, Bing Wakefield, Eleanor Elizabeth VValker, Richard XYeatherford, Barbara XVeems, Donnie XVilson VVest, Robert Lewis XVheeler, Lee Roy XYhite, Carol VVhitfield, Edward Earl VVilliams, Jarvis Barr Williams. Daisy Rose VVilson. George VVomack, Thomas Eugene VVomack, Thomas Houston VVomack, Jane VVoodard, James XVoodard, Edwin Earldene Wooten, Henry Wright, Nancy XVood VVright, Sally Kay Yauch. W CS W ,M WM Wwffgz fb' 1Waf!'f,?fff'j Aifys. 'ag WrMjfA W Zthfetzcs i Y' Dy 1, 4 H ,gf 4 - ' J, f. ,YJ W . ' ,fccia ,J JY V3 J ffjj 3 diff! A 'SQ X' . P if, . A I Ta ,. '41 in F . s, vg-,M 4 ,L hi-I 'Q 'li'-ff Y . .'LV A . up is I 'X ' " V- si 4 4 g gf f x C 4 gk , 411 V-3 'I 3. 3' ,fe a 1 P h s 1 1 , L AF' 0 , Q ' W ' W 4 , gf A4 f 4' A ,, H ew ' 4 . Xi, . Q O f ' H, N 4 Q .Aw N, ef X COACHES RONALD BERGMEIER Head Coach Lovo BARNARD Assistant Coach CHAD CHOA1-E Assist t Coach I . r 7h JC!! In the fall of 1954 Gallatin High School made the best record it had produced on the gridiron in three years. Although still below the five hun- M Page 54 dred percentage mark. the team showed a great desire for football. Its record was not to be praised nor under the circumstances was it to he discounted. Six weeks after new coaches Ronald CAPTAINS HARRY WATKINS Alternate Captain ,Tons PORTER Captain SQUAD First row, left to right-Charles Swaney CMgr.Dg Nathan Harsh, jimmy Masters, Jimmy Guthrie, Guthrie Thurman, John Porter CCapt,Jg Bill VVomack, Glenn Jones, Cullen VVilson, jimmy Hix, Larry McClanahan, Reynolds Puryear fMgr.l. Second row-Gerald Chambers, Bobby Durham, Charles Mc- Clanahan, Joe Dickerson, Eddie Person, Bobby Fleming, Jerry Grant, Sidney Jones, Pluryear Gillespie, Neal Key, Harry XVatkins CCO-Captjg Bud Coley: Lloyd Barnard fAsst. Coachb. Third row-Ronald Bergmeier CHead Coachlg Bud VVillmore, Marshall Apple, Tommy Rodgers, Mark Shaw, Joe Mann Haynes, Jerry VVoodard, Cody Binkley, John VVOodard, Charles Hall, Joe Hadden, jim Hilton, Chad Choate fAsst. Coachl. Bergmieher and Chad Choate had begun to put in a complete new system, the single wing, the Green NVave met its hrst opponent, Cookeville. Our team was not to be denied as we won our first opening game victory in three years. -lust a week later Lebanon with its 31 consecutive wins found itself on the short end of the horn. XVork- ing as a machine, our boys took Lafayette as victory number three. MBA the following week w X1 CUPQ . . . 194 took a little starch out of us when our first defeat was ehalked up. Injuries then became our masters. Clarksville took txvo breaks and won out on top, Un a very cold night our team missed a home-coming victory over Columbia by inches. Rebonnding from these two heartbreakers the Greenies took a decisive victory from rugged Nashville Central. Then, with a injury riddled team, our boys fought against heavy odds, losing its last three games to Springfield. Murfreesboro, and Portland. Although the odds did not fall in our direction in every case. under the fine leader- ship of our tivo captains, ,lohn Porter and Harry XYatkins, this season will live in the minds of many as a season of desire. A ,yxiffw is FOOTBALL MANAGERS CHARLES SWANEY EARL WOOTEN REYNOLDS PURYEAR Dv-3-AMJ ' paws- OAL Ov 3,04 , J 3 V Page 55 , I f I V fl ' r . I .i l,atA1- A ",' fi-I I ' 0 fi , I. 'z. lf' f' 1 I x 1 I .I I fl x E JV!-I f , nag" urlxx 1911 I J C If . 1 fl -rj gr If I '3,,. ,-Ml 5, ' 4 ff' .Ja :QAM iff X .1 f 4. , XL- .5 '- vik q . 1 I 5 J' 1 ' f NATHAN HARSH 'I X Guard iff' 'Xff l 1, Jfdjji I . ' v!S4,, "' "" ff' xl I -. -- , Y 'X 'V-I Af K!! JOHN WOODARD Tackle 5 A B f?-c fl Q Aw If if 1 '-I. :rf , ! 'ks 4 'few-.wi ' E 'll ' '- K 4 A 7 o . ' E V , J GERALD CHAMBERS 9 JERRY WOODARD -, - . Guard EDDIE PERSON We T Center .HMMY GUTHRIE Fullback fj'j,,L.4j ,I HULEN GRANT - Fullback MARK SHAW .V nd .1 A ,S . B S, fm f , . . .- A eff" ' 9' ' 3 B ' JH' 4 A 1 :A Vg. R A 'V . L' ,A-4. x .Rl 1 X ,A I' - ' 1 "r - X Q . W Q v ,- 2'-"F 'L 1-1r""4"! , . Ep, I I G X 1 4' f ,E - 4 Y t Of M , Lf 1-X i , A f A K' BOBBY DURHAM A ,Q ,i End 1' ' ...f 1 Q S . GLENN JONES Q -- 1 1 'A ,W Guard 5 ' , f ' I f 1 ,- f r f - ' A 1 i We 5 , ' I f -A 1" 3 MANAGERS CARRIE DISMUKES CHARLENE CRUTCHER Page 60 ,-f-'fs.:3'... Q., .five rf .K Qs Alai TEAM Carol Brown, XYilma XVoodward, Joyce Hinton. Cappy Pracna Wanda Creekmur GIRL 9 BA KE T BALL Our basketball teams have contributed much to our school year of '55, and the best estimate of them is probably the one Coach Barnard himself gave in a chapel talk: "You could search the state over and not find a group who have worked more harmoniously, and while their rec- ord over the years, as far as "wins" is concerned, may be a little discouraging, I have seen these girls come back to the gym day after day with their spirits never dimmed. This year their record has been better and as a result they have fought still harder. Their record of l6 wins and 6 losses, 3 of these losses by only one point, is proof of their never-say-die spirit. These girls are the most deserving group that could be found in the state or the world. They have been a challenge and an inspiration to me as their coach. They have been an honor to their school and to the game of basketball. Their record will probably stand for a long time but their spirit, determination, high ideals, loyalty, and goodness of soul will be remembered foreverf' Betty Miller, V . U , i Elise Douglass, Lou Della Smith, Rita Moncrief, Lorieta Perry, Jean McDougal, Dora Hunter. COACH AND CAPTAI NS I Lovn BARNARD Coach XVANDA CREEKMUR Ruse DOUGLASS Caftain Co-Captain fi! Q: Wg 1 7 5 H x J X 'L ', R4 'ffli "f 47 E X252 1 " ui" ' ' N y T R1 r' X x x X X -' J Q 1 5 "4 4- - 7 f ' - V x , - . 5 I Vx I I X AZ, Ay! J ' '. X. f r A , ' WANDA CREEKMUR ELISE DOUGLASS , RITA MONCRIEF porward Guard f 6 A Forward . :Y N!! If ' - ,f9z717Q! 1 A Y 564419 1 X V X . ,. Pk fx ' Q Z! 11561764-J 'Q I "' X X J A ' M5 I of 5. . - , r. ,. ,Jv- ., Silk 2 er ,L 135 , Q ..,,. K., Q , -.xrsi ,fl , ff: ms, J! fa. ", 4 wi if fy l . J JEAN McDOUGAL Guard WILMA WOODWARD Forward R ' 7 s LN Q, 3 'F k y "f '3 ,- Qw, - .ytifv ,K KJHJJ. .zflfj DORA Arfx HUNTER I L A 4 My , 1' -M if! Jo'ANN HUBIBLE . I ' 4 - A I , , I , E tl i ' , Domus HUGHES CAGE SHIRLEY ALDERSON CARLOTTA RAY CHEERLEADERS Page 62 2 ilyir I 4 Q! 1' Z , ,A W ' WM, 1 T. . ,, . if Q. 4 0 4 5 . at af 5 X 55 8 ' Q , 'LZ 'S 1 Xi fm: 1. Hg 71 1 , x 1 .4 . awmscz 'Q N Si , u v ,X 'fy , 'ff' f 1 , m I , v 'Aw 1 U Z 'K ff-of ,wif D g ,, ,V f OFFICERS EDDIE PERSON .,...... FAYE HUDSON ...,.., PURYEAR GILLESPIE DORA ANN HUNTER DORRIS HUGHES ....... ELISE DOUGLASS ....,. BETA CL B MRS. R. N. HUTTON, JR., .......,.,.......,....President Executive Vice-Presz'dent , , .Junior Vice-Pre.rident.r Corresponding Secretary A . .. . . .Recording Secretary ............Treasurer . . . .Faculty Adviser The Beta Club has centered most of this year on one project-that of raising money for the visual edu cation program and obtaining films requested by the various departments, One of its most cherished plans, however, is being put into effect this year with the institution of the Key Club. This group of outstanding Seniors, selected through a point system based on scholastic achievement and school ac- tivities, will be presented with gold keys provided by the Beta Club. The rainbow installation brought into our organization a group of active new members, and they are already planning for future activities in which they will take part. Page 64 The Gallatin High School l.etter Club has functioned exceptionally well during the 1954-55 school year. The Cluh has helped to bring about better relations hetween visiting schools and Gallatin High School. lt has also successfully completed some projects which involved quite a hit of hard work. In all it has done a good job and is certainly a credit to Gallatin High School. OFFICERS GLENN joxizs . . ......, .. . , President Emma PERSON First Vice-President JOE XIAXN HAYNES .Second Vice-President Waxm CREEKMUR A . .. , . . Svvretary JIMMY GCTIIRIE . . . ..s.. .Treasurer HARRX' XYATKINS . , . , . .Sergeant-at-Arms CAROL PRACNA ..,.,. . ..,..... ...,, .,., R e porter MRS. Lswis AND MR. BARNARD, .. Sponsors LET ER CL UB v J X 'l .fl 1 vu re! , i U 'f ll- 1 , 'J w 1 1 1 V , ,I , . S tif lu ,fly Nfl t,, 'ff l 1 A X ll V Page 66 Fvelyn Juhan Bobb1e Sue Carr Ou1da Heady Sue Burgess Carol Bmkley Gayle Seay Jack1e Bradley Patsy R1chardson Ruth Templeton Carter Hughes Charlene Crutcher .Slandmg B111 Balch Ieonard Perry Joe Haynes Ehse Douglass John Porter fDorr1s Hughes not presentj HE CREE WAVE STAFF UR 1955 XIRS R H Horror. JR Faculty Admrcr It seems unnecessary to sax very much for the staff of the GREFN VX MF for truly betxx een the covers lh I tf t f each mem h lt tl xxorlt sneaks for them The excellent co operatlon and unse s 1 e or s o of thls oo 1e1r I her haxe meant 1 great deal to the 6ClllOI': The 3.Cll16N ement and q11ot1t1on tomm1ttees had lllell' Illateflal readx III good t1me for the txpmg staff xx ho gaxe mam hours of seemmglx unt1r1ng uork We can nexer sax enough for the persexerance an a 11 x 1 gaxe tllClI' tune and talents and for the umor ed1tors who helped xx 1th pmtures and organ1zat1on of mater1al Prohahlx most nnportant of all xx as the work of our excellent husmess managers and the CITCU lat1on manager xx 1th lll5 staff of salesmen xx ho financed th1s Cd1t1Oll XX e are especlallx grateful to the teachers 'md students xx ho xx rote copx and planned putures for the departmental sect1on and we hope that our presentat1on ofthe oxer all' plcture of hte at F H Q1 mll express our 1pprec1at1on and make mam hours of pleasant re1n1n1sc1ng poss1ble for each of our readers 4 . y ' v I y , . , , , , , Y ' '- 1 4 1 Y , . A . 1 n w Avy . , . .A V . .V V Q I ' - . S -Q . 1 - V C L L . Q. l v , C ', T . 1 . I ' 5 1' , A ' d b'l'ty of our ahotographic staff, for all the other seniors who . 1. . s . .. 1 r r if 1 1 .1 ' ' I .I l . QQ If ICT A7 NV Q55 'Q We 3 I RMH,5Af3W A 95 Jw W A mx 3 If EFA JUNIOR STAFF SIDNEY JONES Junior Editor VIRGINIA ARMISTEAD Junior Edilor MARY LEE TOMKINS Junior Piciure Editor IBUD COLEY Junior Business Ma: W7 f I 1 gffqif aimfff If I M 'JW M X TYPING STAFF WILLIE B. GREEN XVANDA CREEKMUR NIARY ANN WRIGHT JANICE MARTIN Page 67 Rqportlng Staff H Haynn Q Niary ugam Q MZ!! fob! Jcfru furf .Lfyj 0-4 77?,L4.,z'Afx'C3. Cl.,lgQf71J,a,7 710,25 3iQAJ 9 ful! Q14 Am, .xp-WM? UMM! 52-7.4!-25 1 Page 68 HILL TOP lrrpmfmu Sta lf! tn Half Joyce NIcXXlnrtcr Allen NIC Donald 'Xancx olmson Blllv Duke lou Della Smxth Frances Dorrls anan Ilxnn Ixclncca jmlmson Qandra Lee Sue RlCl1d.HliOl1 Nlarx Irank llgon 1015 X an Patton laxc Hurl son S'tandmq DOYFIS Hughee Carter Hughes Jon Wann Xnn VK r1ght Fllse Douglass '--ug-.Q 'HRS Mmur Lrzvxrc fafulfx Advrser J-..-wx n -NL -C. T in Trlfzzuq Stay? lcfl tn zzqlzt Fxclxn Jullan, Hllcla Bozp, Wlllle W gr B Green XX anfla Creelxmur Charlene Crutclmr Patrlcxa Galthcr mf ,N N x ' x D I ' 4 .x x ii D ' - f- , , , ' Q-f V . . -- X - -I J ' fa 1 w 4' . -'Y y f- i 1 " , 1 X X 1 . Y ' . -v A A 1 4 - 2 ,A I ,,., . K iQ 4 3 . . XX K A -a l Q A Dy v . - l . ' ' K ! J . y I 3, . A 'ss l w I " 5 U . . . . L ', - ., , , ' 1 1? ' J 1 l 1 A f L gX Q , Y, x - W .X 5 1,1 . 3 ., -, .'1." LL I ' ' 1-M., Q Q if L, fig' I N-, ,f -W-N -w.A, C'- f ,L D , X., ' V5 ' I 0 In . , I V N L '- . fx L y . VQ7 -X HI CHLI CH T The staff of Hzlltwfv Il1tlllI111hfS remembers mth pleasure and pride the vear o b l haxe ubhshed a paper xxhreh ue thmk IS tops The staff IS proud of rush for trme and m QIJIIC ot mam 0 stat es p the creatlse ablhtx ut ane amazed at Exelxns poetic ablhtx thanktul tor Charlottes plaunmg and guldance I l Patrlera Hxlda XX1ll1e B XX auda and Charlene tor those tomshed at Nathan s husmt s ahllltx grateful to xe xn long hours at the txpexxrlter apprematue of Sues Ufltlfllig effort and xerw much pleased xxlth the xears work m general f 1954 55 VVe survlved the mad Edltorzal ffizfoazal Slap' lf- fl I Iradley Jimmy Hmega right Capps Pracna Charlotte Hudgens Jackle k Sue Burg6SS H sh B111 W Gmac kes and 5 Stag Mfr to rzghtl Reitlmarghliiing Came lee Dmsmu N mble 10 Mm H -1 5 Business tap' Page 69 STU T The Student Council of 1955 has made much progress in attaining the goals set up at the beginning of the year. Some of our projects were heautifying the circle, the paving of the drive. the hanging of class pictures, the organizing of a successful auxiliary fire squad, and working with the administration to put the school financial systein on a more nearly sound and equitable hasis. Complete harmony has prevailed throughout the entire school. The future looks hright for student council activities in the years that are to follow. The ojicers representing the Student Council want to express their appreciation to the faculty and the student body for their splendid co-operati in helping us work and in raising money for the financ- ing of the various projects. 3 Ss. Q OFFICERS jour: PORTER NATHAN H.ARSH CARTER HUGHES . ELISE DOUGLASS. F-E 3, M Rs. NELL SPIVEY ...President Boy Vice-President Girl Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer . . .Faculty Adviser . .Assistant Adviser Page 70 ,tx ,...,-, -,.,., V .ft-f, L f Q V I lb., l , .lm- T HE DRAMA TIC CLUB Page ERS OFHC President ms PER ON V159 President 312 Xi xxx HMNE5 Secretafy Treasury C HATER HLGIIE by H , fl ff Zlfl A Y All ff! HI 9 Speech Deparlm ent 72 W S1111'rI'1 1 I Q2 Q A '- V '5 . xg y V .ily i I , KK I E Sf... . ,.. - Mm In " 'VU' A' . . UC YN M Mm, 5l',,,,H,TI ' r'fIf 1 H X f fff CTT7' , NI -1 . . iff, lmimbu O AS DRAMA Dorrls as Mary jlmmy as 1053911 '94 The rn 11511 Dfpartment Nils Hxrh Urs Spney Urs Burrum Mrs joh fmmt an neon I umm uhcn Illttlllt was maclcb SPEECH IN ACTION O AS ORATORY Nathan gets practxce m the art of persuaslon Page 73 ,g ' lf, n - , 'A 'HF . . J I J " + ,A qv, 1 U ' ' za A 'ik' 1 S ' ' 'S lv v A' - v "" ' X I' -x v . K ' L , f a ' 3 E Page 74 fum-dfvmvz ,. 87,4 P H Ay DELOTT Sponsor B S Tennessee Tech NI S Lnlversrty of Tennessee Yocatlonal Agrlculture IJFQHIIIYHIIQJII mr bww Ntuclxrng xocutmnul dgrmul ture It ls 1 non proht nun polltlcal farm xuuth nrg.1n1LL1t14m xxlmh Ntrlxex Im the du elopment of leaderxlnp the bulldmg ur 1 mwre permanent agrl eulture and the lmprmclnent ot wuntry hte Gallitm has one of the largebt F F -X Qhapterx lll the stfite Thu xmr ugh' box 5 are applxmg for NIAIC mrmer degrees Idwt xear Gallatm had the Ntar tdrmer ot Nlrddle lenne fee at QM? um., feather of Agrzculture B S 4. NI S Lnuerslty of Tennessee FUTURE FARMER 1 L I' I We f-f A ' ,- ' ' .ij L k ' 'vi NTT, '11 A fi . . ' . I , . . The Future Farmers of America is a national , N' H- BAVRCH f ' 4 I A ' -vs. K. 'YA v I I c r x - v A . -' A . t ri -FR . O IN PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE F.F.A. boys study and practice parliamentary procedure in the Vocational Agriculture classes. This team won Zncl place in the Parks Sub-District. All F.F.A. boys write and give a speech. The class winners .compete in the auditorium before the stu- dent body. O IN LIVE STOCK WORK The l7.F..'X. cliaptcr has zi l'k'Q'lSlC'l'Qfl llainpshire pig chain. The picture lwlow shows thc use of heat Iznnps, The boys Icnrn the lzitcst nivthods of feeding' :incl wiring for tht- pigs in the Yoczitional .Xgriciiltiirc class. .XII the lioys show their chain hog in the local l7.I7..-X. hog show. The boys are starting a sow testing progrznn. one uf the few in the state. FARM FACTS . FIRST HAND E KW 7' -Lasyk .7 - .uv-AL -.gg wk. , H .Was-is " -. 'WA 'wi-fb 0 IN FARM SHOP PRODUCTION Vocational Agriculture boys spend about two months out of the nine in shop work. Here, they are taught the skills that are needed on the farm. Some of these are: soldering, knots, halters, splices, woodwork, rafter cutting, electric welding, oxy-acetylene welding, and metal work. . 4-,A f 5 S Q-aa, .. ix .fi I I 'x , J -fr,-4 - Bev V ,nsiifqi X X 'TT- rx 4 -M - be s 1 x ,ini K FFA. boys feed and show beef calves each year. t ln Vocational Agriculture classes they are taught ' how to select, show, and feed the calves. The boys carry out these practices on the home farms. fi.- Boys taking Vocational Agriculture may start his program with sheep. The F.F..-X. chapter is planning on starting a sheep chain similar to the pig chain. 0 AMERICA Page 75 K IX K 4' s Xhzs NIARX Spun Faculfk Ad 158, Lnder the eapihle gmdance ot 'Xlrb Nlarx Spn ex our Home Ft Department ha5 become reallx an organxzttxon ot Iuture homemakere Here we haxe opportnmtx to mark mth the thmgb that all uomen trom the Cradle to the grate are reetlh lI1tC'I'CNtCd The preparmg ot food planmng tor IIICTCTNCC1 beautx m our home de xelopmg our sklll m Cr'1tt and learmng the prm rples ot elnld tare and th1lcl gtudanee thexe are the cornerstones ot Xmerna tor fmt the e thmg 'ire homeb nude XX e hke to hehexe that me are the bullders of homes to1 'XIHCYILH 5 tutnre lrmzf rn , A ff 1 F 'Z' A 0 ug If I Igrlildeglrutcg-SFA Presldent Oulsgeggf' icretars C Gregorx Repoittgn XI Jean Carmen Songwam zce Eamon Hntorxan Riggla Sue RIMM Treasiifeir ue ouena Ot erton Son Ifsgdepfartrn Parlxamezxzarfailb N, . , fait 42 , wk . ,,. tl rf t t 1 hi cg , R' e r'. In . ' x? :S V ,gi , 2 Y 1 ' 1 ' ' I ' ' ' U I 1 I Z" W- 'I . ' 4 , ' '2" I A ' -. " , ,Fl J 5' -'J har- ' . . , '. . , .' "Y IL" ' Y Y' . 76 TIRE HOJIMXIMKER I IN SEWING Intelligent buymg mxolxcx Qpeudmg money for the things that gxxe the greatebt H3.tlSf3Ct1OII oxer .1 long period of txme ' I IN COOKING AIIX f the 5at1ract1on our home hte are L umLtcrI mth damlx tood ln. LEARNING PRACTICAL H O M E INGREDIENTS 5 pq Onglnahty and expert workmanshlp pay b1g dlvx dends m crafts Page 77 ,. A Q 4 Q - ' I XI' ,' If :'s' ' 5 in " , wr' , . 'V K ,U ,. , I ' , ' D ,A I Q' It V! I I A f 1 f 1' .-I W ,V f I 1. I ,U 2 I I ,SL .J A F '. I.ll ' I x I . I 7 .-, C ig ' 1 Y ilu, ' VN uf A , .7" 1 mi I , A 3 R .r- if E .- "Jr C B 'P U'-HWWWUODD OFFICERS Ruse Douomss ...,... , . C ,....... Preszdmt LILLIAN CAGE ..,...., . . . . .,.. Vice-President JANICE INIARTIN , , 4 .,.. .. . ,. . , . .Secretary VVANDA CREEKMUR .. ,..,, ,..,...., . Treasurer FAYE OLDHAM .,......... . .... Repre.ventntz'vc MRs C A KEMP Sponsor MW rv..-4 MEMBERS OF CLUB Corneha Adcock X71I'g1I113. Atrmxstead Dorls Baker Io -Xnne Brxzendme H1lda Boze Paulme Broun Lllllan Cage Dorls Clalborne Dorls Cooper YK anda Creekmur lxatherlne Dobbs Jean Dobbs Ellse Douglass Emma Dovxns Fd wma Dulxxorth Peggy Durham Pat Exans Hazel Farlex -Xnte Franklm Betty Frxe Jerrxdene Frxe Clara Gregory VK 1ll1e B Green Xdelle Greenwood Patsy Holleman Faxe Hudson Carol Hughes Bettx Jenkxns Dorthy Iustlce Joyce Kelth Luc1lle Leath Janlce Nlartm Rebecca 'Xlartm -Xlene 'XIcDearman Jean NIcDougal Cornelxa 'Nlmce Rlta NIO11CI'lCf Marx Voss Fave Oldham Rowena Oxerton Freeda Prxor Rebecca Pryor Shxrlev Prvor Pat Rlchardson Sue Simpson Lou Della Srmth Loulse Snnth Bxllle Snou Jo Ella Snow Norma Strother Martha Strong Ruth Templeton Pat VX atts Phyllls VN eaxer Betty VV1lburn Shlrlex Vkxlburn Irene Vklthers Jean Womack VV1lma VN ood ward Mane Robertson Lrnda F1tzgerald Patty Pearson Page 78 I t , t l 5 P l 1 1 , 5 f Q , f 5 X 1 1 Y , ............... , Q X X Y , N . A 1 H c 543, Q , my X f ,X , S A I - R , . , 4- A -' I M 14-Jg,L,,,ijE1gw, W. ,...,,,7 M 1 Q me , A N, QL ,Af ..f -w R ' I MN -,v 1- ' ,f 4 N - .VX ' - ' A ' f .13 . ,' ' 'Q H ' 4 N J Q- A 5 A ' . V ,,wWWWN ef 'mm - ' 1:,gQ5..i'.n is A W I 4 Q . 4 , A 3, My W 4 V . KN ,J . A gf 'MA A . A 7 A 1 V A x v 7 3 Y v 1 v -v y 3 3 ' - ' ' - ' , ' H ,H - 2 - ' .' V -' y H ' 1 A ' 3 . 1 'V . 3 I . . Y U 1 v - : A 1 A - w - I v A I 1 ' . ! A . ' ! ., ' ' . ' I . . Y 7 1 3 1 V! ' V! I 'I 9 3. 7 I 1 y . V Y 3 , 1 3 3 ' TRUMPETS Billy Adams Corrinne Norman Jerry Strickland Billy McDowell Sara Hoffman Sylvia Snow CLARINETS Bill Hager Carol Hays 'Peggy Stinson Ann Str-other Nancy Wright PERCUSSION Bobby Fleming T ed Howes tBobby Womack Paul Falls Brown Wright R. L. VVheeler TROMBONES Billy Empson nRussell Bruce B.-XRITONE Ishmael Wood S AXOPHONF Jenny Alexander FLUTE Io Ann Brizendine Bl.-XJORETTES Jackie Bradley X Cornelia Mince BAD From its meager beginning, we feel that the band has accomplished much this year. XYe hope we made the football parade more effective, and with the continued support of the school, we feel that much more is to be accomplished in the future. . 92 C, K g Mas. THOMAS STONE, JR. Jig J! X Director :iw f 5 . 1 ' 1 DMM 3 3 Hsieh 2 W 4 Although the Glee Club might have meant long, strenuous fourth period practices to some, there were many compensations through the year: THE TRIPS MADE TO THE VARIOUS FESTIY,-Xl.S. Many amorous attachments blossomed as we jogged along on the faithful old school buses. lYho could forget these twosomes: Yvonne and Ishmael. .lane and Bill, Ann Pope and jerry, Ann and Bill? THE FUN .-XT STUNT NIGHT XYITH ITS "DOl.l.lES OF THE FOl.I.IES," including glamorous and graceful Bill XYomack, hloe Mann Haynes, Eddie Person, and Johnny Bracey. For the second successive year, the Glee Club won first place on Stunt Night. THE HURRIEIJ TRIPS TO XYHIN to broadcast some regularly scheduled program or to pinch- hit for someone who needed help in a hurry. Remember the hurried decisions, practices on the bus, last minute instructions to the accompanists Gayle, -lanis, or lean, and how the bus always seemed to fill up before Jackie and -lohnny could get a seat and they invariably had to ride in 'lVfJl1Il11yiS car? THE HONOR TO ONE OF OUR GROUP, Charlotte lludgens, a pupil of Mrs. David Dodd, who won the Grace Moore Award. This award has been presented live times by the I'nivcrsity of Tennes- see: Gallatin High School seniors have won the honor twice. Mary Boswell Franklin. a pupil of Mrs. John Kelly, won the honor the first year it was awarded. CLEE CLUB ' ,nr .K Y . I x Page 30 X ' ,, ki ' , Q , - 47k?2z,4ffi,, ' A114 .QXZJAW Zfzfazf fig ? ii lt -I 'M THIC HUNf JN 'VU OTR ICNTIIQIC filQOL'V. XYL- 1'c-vc-iw-ml :ni iiivimliriii In sing :it the Cmivciitioii 1vfthC State i,ZlI'L'Ill 'Il-ziclivrs' .Xssficizitimi :it Nzlfhvillc. .Xprii 29. The greatcxt cmiipciiszitiwii comics in thc' high grzirlc-5 that our griiup haf rvccfiwcl. Each member wrwks :1i'cl11m1sly for thcwc' grades and i'c'iiic-iiihvrs with grc-:m-Nr x:iIiNt':1c'Iiu11 the inzuiy .XY the Glee fhlh has cuiisistc-lilly iiizlrlv iiiirh-r thc inspiring rlirvcliiiii :if Nr-. i,l'I'S0l1. Ihih h.1. hun fam fi! thx 1114151 5 X. XXI- participated in thc t'fillowii1g imificul zictivitin-sz Solo and Ifiisemhh- Vcwtival at Clzirlwvilhx Fchriimy 7. F-tate Music Festivzii at the Ryiimii Kiiflitfiriiiiii. .Xpril 1. SIHNHPI' Cfilllltf' Kiiific Vcstivzll zu lizilizitiii, .Ximril 5. KIififiiC Tcxiiicffcc- Kliisic Fcwtival :lt iiillwhwrii High Sch:--il, Kpril 11 Charhitte Hudgciif. wimier of the Grace Moore Award. Page 81 Lan uage D partment Bonjour ' Buen wage anugos' Como ebta usted? Comment alle7 xous7 Because of trends todax toxxard mter Rmerleanlsm and the need for l1CllllNl7ll6I'lL understandmg a lsnoxxl edge ot French and qIY1lllSl'l ts unperatne Hou far has qpam Carrled her culture? Qpaln COlOI11ZCCl most of the neu xxorld to the south of Us Exen 1n our :mn tountrx me hate '1 great Qpamsh herltage The Spamards lett us sueh place names as qanta Fe us fiesta Ltlwtfjllls and tostumee Thex also added to our ex erxdax speeth such words as haetenda raneho patto and stesta The French colonwed the lou er Nl1ss1ss1pp1 reglon and Canada and lnfluented mftnx NCCUOITS ot the Lmted States Thex too haxe gn en Us a I'lCl1 her1tage The Frenth lett Us suth plate name as Baton Rouge La Salle Qt l ouls and Terre Haute Roth languages are of paramount nnportance to the Lmted States XX e do not xxant to oxcrlools the fact that latm IS the forerunner of the Romance languageb lat1n stu dents are taught to 'tpprecmte the Fnghsh language Page 82 LANCUA CE CLUB UR S ITENDRIC Lafm R KQOX SPIV URQ pERq Slpwlfslz Lllim ON and Fren rl: . W s V .K I 5 Y' V, f 5' 1 I 3 5, ' 5 Q . 5. ts C v v I -A D l 'TT . - 1 , 1 If . 1 ' ' . ' l N, ' ' 1 ' 1 . lf l . f 1 : ' Q Q ' .i ,T , Florida. San Antonio, and l.o5 Angeles. They gave ' . v . . . jf .T c rv, . l l l -F . H . ' T 'v . I an 4 . - ,l c 1 -1 4. AT . THE EXPRESSIVE WARMTH OF SPANISH !L24J7,dfwf,uf THE FLUID TONES OF FRENCH Nw Xwuqf M-J l,,.,Z-2,-f....., THE SONOROUS SOUNDS OF X x LATIN Page 83 cience Department Blyy Callatm s Own Panel 0 Sczentjzc Experts A1 74x f-KV fling pyfV7" in WL X!! IWW! S SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS Fpmr PFR ON Bun COLD Iouxxx BRNCE3 Grrxx IONE lor Xlxxx HMNEQ - Secretaw ' THE SCIENCE CLUB TOMORROW S SCIENTISTS Durmg school hours and SO1llCtlllICS 'lllel school hours 'lhout the IIIISICSI pI'1Le Ill fx Il S IS our scleme clepirtmeut lt uc ment mlx ng ill lxmcls of uuholx Lomocuous umler the super xlslon ot Nlrs Dmper m the name of CITCHIISIIIW she has Us learumq to operate the mum gadgets tnt help u le'1rh the laxxs of phx s1Cs lm ogx x 1101 t s Sf f IIIQGIHI x hut r fflfm mc s e x csn rum Ipplf mu II'IU'lIl'1 mctlwcs of chssut Q f T' iii' 5 U Vvf R EDHARD II D Pl RAP Kim-frm Chefnm-fry ER wlzval Sngnce Page 85 , s a I l 1 .1 ' , sl l W4 C A ----ii I Q I C ' I 1. . .,. v'f. I A B.. C . ' 'S Vw' , Q ' Y as an lc s Q 3 I mad' le up live in lz 4 "1 sl", KI s. Suclclzxrth keeps :I sharp eye on the plants we try to 5' ' 2 I. :mn ho Y. she clo 't I 't ' I 'we ol ' I 'A' .I ' Ig " lou. ls ' 'Q -I . jp ' I h ru 1 5 . lv . - Q .X "s ' -- gf .-T . ' ' t A ' : . A - A ' 5 . U Av S I I - -A . - ' g A M 5. . IE 1, n 7 X,.g-A 9. From "reteree's position" on the mat two eager wrestlers ready to go lO. A "Pinning Hold" applied during a good wrestling match. 1 . " . N, , . "ff,z,.. 4, . ,J it ll-I2. Students find Tumbling satisfying fi and challenging to master teats ot manipulating their bodies in all sorts of patterns. Furthermore, it's fun. When a girl participates in stunts and tumbling she is broad- . ening her physical, mental and social resources. T iiti i. i M I 3. Golf Team--They really play in spite ot W lu y the outfits. V A f0ff'6Yf'f4f X! OQVWO , .. ...I ac.. LLM .. .. ,, gas. .u.,s.-.. a-.. I4. Phys. Ed. instructors 5 Mrs. N. H. Baulch P Lloyd Barnard as Ronald Bergmeier Choate gg gfi .n w K 4' ll Page 88 4'-5 The The fenter ul the wlifml-a place for study and for Meinl CHIIIZLCT-"iS our hilzrary, where Mrs. lfllaekiiiwre nnrl her assistants are on hanrl to help us hurl thru reference inaterial that teachers seein to feel if fu vzlluzilale. The jrvhs of the lilmrary assistant :ire many ancl varierl from caring fm' the flowers zuicl clieclqing out hooks to tending the Korner Shop wliere we huy our Scliuol supplies. MRS. Wirm BLACKMORE Om' librarian The assistants-Maxine Templeton, ,luyee McXYl1irter, Patricia Gai- ther, Evelyn Julian, Mina Lou XYallace, XVillie B. Green, Jean VVomack, Rita Moncrief. Mina Lou and Maxine examine one of the aquariums cared for by the biology department. ,loycc with the flowers. XYillie R. and ,lean take care of the early morning rush. .jwggfjjf Y T Z!! , Q, . t, XY., Librar XY0l'l'ilIlg' with buokf, Rita preparing tlie bulletin board. Busy at the many library tasks. Here we may keep abreast of the news of the clay. Spend quiet hours at the reference shelves. Or meet our irientle for a few min- utes of 'Shooting the breeze" be- tween study ball bells. K 11" 9 'xv' I f -x f' l s Zn, lt , 'H -, Xfshg Q -f 41 44 . ' rw r ' Ll 5 as fx W, S wig' BS! if A - JR A we ' -.NF . X I l, ctilx K 'Q' XX, X Page 89 l i CIFNN IONEQ Fmnr PFRso'x Cu PY PRACNIA IOP Hu use IANF RUSH MRQ HLTTON ,un MRQ IEHIS Prvszdent Vxrf Pr0s1de11t Secretarx Treasure: Reporter Sponsors Page 90 WM' The Nldth Club ls 1 new OIgHI'117HUO1l lormecl tlns xear for the firxt tune Q0 tar thex haxe undertaken nm Speclal pmjest hexrmd the one or tnnnlatlng a lfne and emmment ul thc wtnflx of lN21fllClH'1YlC lnmted to stuclentx xx ho are enrolled Ill Tllell' Il'l1I'fl or fourth math Cmzr G thu Club has heen hun mx eNt1g'1t1ng the l35ClIlZ1UIlg pobnlnlltle OI lngher math e pecmllx the xenmrw uhmn Nlr lem lm xntroduced to the 11'ltI'1C3.fC C3.lCL1lHIlOIlN po Qllple mth the Qllde rule De art enind if 4,fMJ?'n 1 . .ff A' . ... . ' s f , A I -N C Y . 4 - Y . . S . , A .' ' 1 S. - I' C ' , S , f N .' ' ' Q 1 x' ,Af S , S 4 ' .' .'. ' , A 5. . ' S 1 I S- ' M . l - .Q NIRQ T I HENIJRICKSON llafh Teafher 4 7 l ' 1-ff' , ' . ,av -,jf ' ,-s 'fir . I ff Jfffvga 354 31 -ff' -I ffhff 1 ,f-1 4 f x CAMERA CL UB B IX F1111 x Tulxlr BR-.mrx BoB1111L 511 CXRR XDR! XRFT Brzoxxx Tonx XX UOTJXRD Pmxcr M DELOTT OFFICERS Prtwdcnt Vzrv P1z's1z1'1 111 Tvcretarx Treasurer R1 .007 in 11115 ld 1511 The Camera Club lx 1 mlmllal 510'hf 'mmnd Nchool 11- 111e111he1x l11o111111g 111 the 1or6'gro1111d XXIICH ex er '111xth111g mterestlhg 1 1111fler1x ax Thu xear we h uc '11w111pl1Nl1efl xerx httle hut hope to do much 111 the future 'XIIX t11cle11t can heloug to the 01111611 Qh1h IT he 1x IHICTQNIGCI 111 '1111 phaxe ol photo graphlc xx ork Page 91 11..' ., Soi . .. . . . ., .' v ' , 1 I 2 . ' , Fa' ' 41" " -f K, L b I - Y 1 - - ,X - ' . ' I S ' '. j' ' 2'1" J ' ' . . 1 . , . . . ' S C '. 1 I 1 ,' f ' Q- MMM 31,115 Mihvf' YM? M .1Y' ' ' N U' -49 'C WJ -VI If x . , ' "L-xvx igg, iv! W, nwneiiltwlfl' .l Qian-mwWW5"w awww-..... wx X rign '11 Y . X- '-'llizc tint it would be nice , F 'z' '- ': ' IZIYVZIIIY 1IlI'iiIlfT 1 '. H5571 ef. .V.'. , . :W ,.: Q77 S Ig: NV.. Page 93 CO GR TULATIONS 5 RANDY RECORD SHOP GALLATIN TENN QQVLQ4 wg Jia ffizafu J 944,,,'? fd ,4-ala-p.Z 444,65 Al: ont RECORDSICr'f4 M Q M 6 N9 M36 WMFW if KF? 39 W Kia Sufi nf... Xfwfgbfffif. wgfgffifgjjff wfiggjgjifji DW dgfiwwqgjmfigjfff 7.22 WwWfMwE4MM MW n . ,fo .SD WM Q 'QQO 521 W. ST. Q ffjfffdf ' K 'Q . ,JJ '- ' dffff . A WW . C ,f - my A. fg .wg Q . - ffdnw N ,jig ' fx' X F QQ R Q 0 0 M A Q 3 'U C L B . Q 0 . X Q is figs? rXCf'fgQXk 'N . . 6 ng. 95 N N ww l W SUMNER COUNTY NEWS ROBERTA S BEAUTY SALON 1468 2 14 E M 1268 KELLY AND SONS SEED CO SdCl 1 G P 96 STEWART s DAIRY QUEEN DRIVE IN G P 9198 N W VOGUE BEAUTY Auto Parts and SHGPPE Service Co. Public Square Distributors Automobile Replacement Parts Phone 620 131 South Water St Phone 363 or 1450 Come To See Us Authorized Ford Dealer Gallatin Dry Goods Keep Your Eye on Ford COIHPZIHY Wrlhams Farm Supply and Hatchery Feed and Hardware South Water Street Phone 555 Gallatm Tenn BRADLEY S Anderson, Yowell, and R1ppy General Insurance Gallatm Tenn Phone 359 Compltm ents 0 Chas R Tomk1ns and Son P490 97 ! . f-on the Squaren East Side Public Square M. 4. I 3 ' f Pago 98 Compliments of BAKER MOTOR COMPANY W. B. HUNTER Insurance Life-Fire-Auto Your Buick Dealer Phone 140 Gallatin Phone 488 Complzments o F1rst and Peoples Natlonal Bank CRESCENT HILL MILK SERVICE Pasteurzzed Dazry Products Phone 72 Thmk o Us H1x Lew1s Flower Shop CHENAULT S 125 South Water Street Friendly Service Gallatm Tennessee Gallatm Tennessee Mrs Harold H Mrs Alma Le Comphments of S CO t flef un SOUTH SIDE SERVICE um Y ST A1-IGN Refrlgerauon Plant South Water and Bledso Streets Lockers Chilling Storage Gallatm Tennessee Huk Gllllam Depot Avenue Phone 19 W Phone 544 ' f . f , Phone 533 Phone 341 . ix . wis BLUE S JEWELRY STORE Elgm Hamilton and Bulova Watches Diamonds jewelry and Snlverware A G1 t from your eweler Is Remembered Best 115 North Water Street Gallatm Tennessee PERKIN S DRUG STORE Your Rexall Druggzst Phones 300 and 501 28 Years Dependable Prescnptnon Servxce ROSS AND FLY AGENCY Insurance Bonds Roxy Theatre Buxldmg Gallatm Tennessee P1lOt Knob Llmestone and Ready MIX C0 Manu acturers o Commernal and Crushed Stone A grzculture Lame and Ready Mix Concrete Gallatm Tennessee Phone 1587 Oifxce 6 SUNSHINE CLEANERS ames ohn and Steve Dorrxs Phone 132 Cleamng and Laundry Compliments o GALLATIN EXAMINER lf For Your New EVINRUDE MOTORS Go to Clark's East ain St. Gallatin, T Second Door from Square Cfln. Page 99 Gallatln ROXY Theatre Upholsterlng Company Gallatin S Leading Theatre Furmlure and Automobile U pbolstermg Automobile Tops Cmemascope Wlde Vxslon Screen Ta1l0fMade Seat Covers West Mam St Gallarm Tenn Page 100 Complxments o HUNTER LONG Bud Banks Cloth1n g Company Hart Schaffner and Marx Clothes Elmer Walker Motor Co Dodge Plymouth Sales Barlow Electr1c Wmng Motors GOOD USED CARS Heatmg Coolmg Phone 1800 386 West Mam St Phone 793 312 W Eastland St Gallatxn Tennessee E W WALKER Prop C omxstently the Best U SE Klrsh Flowers OVEN QUEEN FLOUR Made by Phone 1474 461 West Mam Gallatin Tenn Brown Mllllng Company ' f Ella 9 ' Co. ' . F. GOODRICH TIRES 8: SUPPLIES Ferrell Auto Supply 242 W M ' f' h 420-421 ' T W h Dzury D1p Shk PAYNE BROTHERS SEED CO R C OWEN COMPANY Tb Katherme 5 ENGLAND S SERVICE Beauty Shoppe STATICN Gzf,-1 Bl Y GlfOl Tlph 8 M HARRIS DONOHO FUNERAL HOME Ph 256 B ,M X est am Galla m, Tenn ' P one K 1 hor as er Compliments of . . Compliments of Delzcious a es Malts Sundaes Cones . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yauch Manufacturers of 0 acco . , 1 u rcessories Rox ui ding , u 1 5 Ph ne 144 ee one 77 West ain S l one . el' 1 Cordell Hull D1n1ng Room sp 1 C ll 678 M F GALLATIN HIGH SCHOOL P T S A KITTRELL S Eastland Market N 1260 BILLY joE FULKS CRUTCHER S MARKET P 7 H. G. HILL CO. GALLATIN BOOK 8 JEWELRY STORE jewelry, School and Ojire Supplies E. L. McDonald and Son Terry's Pool Room Public Square Phone 625 A. C dilianed and Sporting Goods Arcade RANDOLPH HOUSE AND CO W AY 5 V Gallatm s Leadlng Department Store Complzments 0 BAULCH MOTOR COMPANY Chrysler Plymouth Phone 344 1066 GENERAL SHOE CORPORATION A Good Place to Work HOGIN AND PARKS Real Estate and Loans Prxvate Sales and Auctions ON THE SQUARE Gallatm Phone 1090 Triangle Snack Bar Malts, Mxlk Shakes, Sundaes We Make Our Own Ice Cream HAMBURGERS 8: BARBECUE Our Speczalty 'Orders Filled to Carry Out" Phone 932 Kemp Motor Company Your Oldsmobzle Dealer Vllest Mam Phone 506 Pm 103 9 PE T ' AL A..'-.-...- WWQTW-l'5JAlll'l! I " ' wil' , Pg 104 "The White Cross Plan" Hospital, Medical, Surgical, X Income and Life Owned By BANKERS LIFE 84 CASUALTY CO. 1 Mrs. Neal R. Fitzgerald, Agent 1700 PETER PAN CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY Phone 30 ROGER T VANTREASE DAVID BRADLEY Con plzmenls 0 KRAFT FOODS CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ss C0"'P1""e ff 0 C0,,,p,,m,5 Gallatin Flower Shop Mrs T L Watkins Kuhn S 5 10 25C Stores Phone 180 Phone A 'E xH"-f E ' 1 ' f L ttf Ai kh'x V' I W ,, I S1 "-l I A A , A A H f 'r of 4D.uJ.v-D,J.u.d I Modern Eqmpment Co dq M 1045 mir? Nik RAIL OIL COMPANY INC SHELL PRODUCTS C l COMMERCE UNION BANK ogy WG GARROTT BROS CONTINUOUS MIX READY MIX CONCRETE BULLDOZING d 1064 1064 S I 1 A ll if Comp iments of E Your International Harvester :N Hea uarters est ain Street Phone A I S 5 E I a - RE Distributors of E E 9 T' -B tt ' -Acc ' - Ph 353 E ' E Q omp iments of QU E Compliments of Q E Bull ozing, Grading and Excavating Q Phone G11 ' Phone Fag 'os N S BAKER Distributor GULF PRODUCTS Gulf TIICS Tubes Batterles and Accessories Phone 740 J X S Complzments o SUMNER COUNTY BANK X FORD FURNITURE COMPANY Use Our Easy Pay Plan Qi One Stop Food Store SEAY S FOOD MARKET Where Qualzty Rules Gallatm Tennessee SWANEY SWIFT DRUG CO WALGREEN AGENCY DRUG STORE Phone 602 Publxc Sq a e Complzments Hester Chevrolet Phone 55 and 56 Complzments SHERIFF BRACY Complzments V G HAWKINS Superintendent of Sumner County Schools Page 106 c.:5b0nQ452, CQ, cg, Q,,3,M2,LQf if A f ' ,. x T?"-Z7 ve 4,4 ff-:J Mffn' Wa 55640197 f f f 'f74Q95f'T -'vm MQ! is EL -.. ' ' S as A w r: A W1 ' 3. 3. m . 9 tb In lb A ff 1 OAKLEY AND WOOTEN STUDIO G l TOWNES BOYD JOHNSON GUTHRIE BUILDING GALLATIN TENNESSEE 108 R 1506 V BIRDWELL s U s ppzy Y ld gN P vozj THE YALE AND TOWNE MANUFACTURING CO E. Northrup and Sons LEE'S SERVICE Lumber and Coal Gallaun, Tennesse XY'est Mam Street Ga atm ant Phone 261 J X phone 9199 Many of e P olos in is nnual were ma e b A I - .VV Q A A X N A - Q f ffl' L allatin, Tennessee 1 "bf l ' Phones: Office , esidence Builder's upplies "Let .v u our Bui in eeds" A A 'G 5 hone - A ,ff A 1 " 24 M A 'A' i""'f" M M ll ' Pl '24 Hour Serzzce With a Sn I Jennings B. Duncan PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE Phones 441-442 You re Always Welfome East Snde Square Gallatin Tenn. RE BROOKS LIVESTOCK CO Buyers and Transporters Gallatin Tennessee Page 105 Brown and Dalton Dry Goods Company T FFIN CRYSTALS Exflufwf SCHUMANN G0"""" Sterling Fme Dealer Bazarzan China Roth s Jewelry Store AARON S 7 y U 9 5 li Mir' , its l A , O mars ,, 5 7 2 aidv ' U s 2 21 Q s4l+,T ' ' "Fine Watch and jewelry Repairing" Y . I 4 . 4 s 3 l J - 3 ie T 5 I i 3 ' f , B , . , I J Wewaamaw This Prize Picture "HAPPY JACK" which was accepted for, exhibition bv A Photographers Association of America P Was Made by E M STARK PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THIS ANNUAL ED MAC S TIRE COMPANY Goodyear Factory Recappmg Distributors o Goodyear Products Phone 841 Gallatin Tenn WRIGHT S GROCERY GROCERIES-MEATS FRESH VEGETABLES Phone 354 Red River St Gallatin Tenn CALGY CLEANERS Compliments 0 CALGY CLEANERS GARMEITM FUR STOIAGE Phone 780 Where the Big Hzts are Shaun PALACE THEATRE Gallatzn s Amusement Center Smce 1913 Page 109 C I l l 3 I 7 f 641 ' . . I , . , . 'A 1. ' 'txw .r . if A 'fm ,ziggy . 1, 'iff W in ff ' i ' U 'Xrmzl-"fA"'d-'I' A' -44x5v5f.Yx bb JMX NJ xp X .,,Lb-vxgx-wf V115 Complzments o 'L ALEXANDER FUNERAL HOME Page 110 W N ROBERTSON C0"'f"'m"'f " AND C0 LOREN C BORDERS Dlslrxbutor FURNITURE AND ELECTRICAL SINCLAIR PRODUCTS APPLIANCES Gallatm Tennessee ' +. Coca Cola Botthng Works Nashvxlle Tennessee Perpetual Care for Every Grave and Lot Included m Reasonable Cost NATIONAL STORES L v-4 A, Ls Ni , Jo - 1 , ull- awk- new ' ag: 1 MV f X ,ess nk ' Q-J W navi- .kllkv .J.'? .Z lv! s . -J v1Lfl'x' 5 1-.-f'Y kys-A' I .. f L' U' 4 1 ul X I f 1 Gallatin Coal and WHIN Lumber CO' 1010 On Your Dial Phone 24 Phone 1010 Commercial Prmtmg and Lrthographing O OFFICE FORMS Phone O WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS O BUSINESS CARDS O INFORMALS I LABELS O PERSONAL STATIONERY GALLATIN PRINTING COMPANY Corner West Maln and Cemetery Street Gallatin Tennessee Durham Manufacturmg Company All Kznds of Buzldmg Supplzes Phone 895 Esso PRODUCTS ,I ,I Newberry C0 Phong 431 Gallatms Fazorzte 5 G 104: Store JENKINS TEXACO SERVICE CENTER 400 W Mam St Phone 938 Firestone Tires Fzshmg Equzpment Pick up and Delnery Page 111 755 M Compliments of 5335 ' a.,J4J- ,CALL 9,4443 -4.u,P.,.,f- -t4..L.a,,4,,,4,,g . 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