Harmony Grove High School - Hornet Yearbook (Camden, AR)

 - Class of 1950

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BRXTTON Members of The School Board 9 J FRANK WU I Il' ORD CIYDFODELI tl ct e C Faculty MISS RUTH I eCROY Typxng And Math 3 ,R MISS NI II RObP M1-KAY ,,,-9. Home Economxcs Y' CUY W bIMb I-hstory 1' r DWARD MCI I Scnence H zgh School 1 A Instructors MRS H D MAIOCH Lnghsh YV' tv .47 MI? W V BI-'THIA Coach And Math 1nP""' MR MI I VIN bTI'VFNb Agrucxlture MR H D MAI OCH Supermtendent 1. Ai R 1 -.S . ' .N V , gt-5 5. E ..,, -1 In Asp ' Q... A- ,Il h QY '- t 4 , L . , , 4 '-.I I ' " 4 Mn,,. 5 ' 1 X"9'f"7 . -3. 't .' X aim ' I I4 if 'W I , .5 It 4 "I "Q A Mn, 'Q - .CAN P" a t c 2 1 x A ' ' I ,wx . ' iv V ' 10 Faculty 1 4' W, J I u'n 5 I MRS, -will FICIXTIIICRSTON MRS. FRED RIEDICR lndGr.1de Teacher 3rd Grade Tediihel' up pw YI ru MISS Mxmjomr .vu I mms becreq ,ry 6th Grade Texchcr MRS CI PN COODCAME lst Crude Teacher 1 Instructors " ff 1 N195 MAPXI I I 4th Grade Teacher 5'h Cfad' Teacher FAIDIN MRSWABAII N 11 . fx.. H I ' 1 .fq 1 h J '11 ij A, ' D WA 7gX. 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LINDSEZY Typist o s E04 BOBBY OWEN GWENDOLYN DAWS JAMF5 HENDERSON Sports Ekiitor Production Manager ASB8mbly Edlfm' Literary Editor WILLIE JEAN WRIGHT Alunun Edxtor Art Editor BUSTER WORD JOYCE LARKINS Annual Stab' 14 11 - C aIhe"Q4fpELL ana S 'S'e,. Pubhcxty Exfol- BILLIE FAY TATOM Advertxsmg Sales ELIZABET H HAR LEY Graduates WITH HIGHEST HONORS Gwendolyn Daws PERFECT ATTENDANCE FOR TWELVE YEARS 15 l . y . A , f f fl ' , 4 X lf if QD 'Q' :xx 'b .WW 'N in---A 16 QRWQWXXS 6131-QZWCWMZWES' Q Q4 44 QQ ff ns am X xx Rx A f xl X X N V db f L A l 0 MILDRED WORD F H A fr,-v ii' at XV BUSTER WORD F F A Vice Presldent jumor and Semor Play Senzors 'llama-yr. Lili' MRS H D MALOCH Sponsor HERBERT WALTFLRS F F A junior Play Basketball Track Annual Staff Www? WILI IE JEAN WRIGHT Basketball F H A Annual Staff jumor and Senxor Play Track Annual Staff Softball Basketball 18 9 4 4 'ie ,A 6: fa jumor and Semor Play Basketball Annual Staff F H A Senzors WINSTON GERMANN F F A Presxdent Annual Stn!! jumor and Semor Play 9 Basketball F H A Presndent Class Reporter jumor and Senior Play Annual Staff JERRY DUNN MYRTI F HARRIS Basketball Basketball Softball F H A Treasurer Annual Staff jumor and Semor Play 19 Annual Staff I j o N ' '25 ELIZABETH HARLEY GWENDOLYN DAWS a Sen zors H f""N AWS 2 3 JOYCE L AR KINS Basketball F H A junior Play Annual Staff '36- -.J A DON GOSS Basketball F Senior Play Track Annual Staff fmg, ,4 If MARGIE I INDSEY Basketball umor and Semor Play Annual Staff F H A Class Presxdent JAMIE HENDERSON BOBBY NELL RAY Basketball Class Secretary F. F. A. F. H- Af Annual Sfaff Track junior Play Softball Z0 vw-.ww-, ...,. . ik Y I A Basketball jumor and Senior Play Track ,Q-9 Seniors ,Jw-f ,IS os .l BILI IF' FAY TATOM Basketball F H A unlor and Senior Play Annual Staff H.: ,r BOBBY OWEN F F A Softball 9' QWQ .144 Track Annual Staff T' 'sn-r lATSY WII.l.lAMSON CEORGE SPELL5 junior and Senior Plxy Basketball Z1 F. F. A. Annual Staff junior and Senior Play Class Vice-President Senzor H zstory One September twelve years ago fwe of us Semors found ourselves mn the same room We were begmmng school We had no mdea we would ever go through school wlth each other These frve pup1ls were Wmston Germann Herbert Walters Buster Word Gwendolyn Daws and Patsy Wmlhamson Some of the others have been w1th us about eleven years They are George Charles Spells and Elxzabeth Harley When we were m the slxth grade Ehzabeth and George Charles returned and W1ll1am George came also ln the seventh grade B1l11e Fay Tatom and Bmlly Lane came here When we were xn the elghth grade we gamed one new pupml Joyce Larkms Our mnth year we were all new at golng from room to room and havxng dlfferent teachers We were rather green at the fmrst of school but we got better We all enjoyed thls very much When we were ln the mnth grade some of our class nl yed basketball on the jumor g1r1s team W1l11e jean was the only g1rl that played ball more than one year Some of the boys played jumor ball but none of them but Buster played more than one year Our tenth year we could get around a lmttle better We gave a three act comedy play thms year The name of xt was H1llb11ly Courtshxp We thought we d1d very well smce thms was the fmrst play of thls type we had glven We got a few comphments too oyce and Wxllxe jean were our basketball players thms year Our eleventh year of school was a lxttle bus1er and we enjoyed 1t a l1ttle better than the last one Th1s year we gave two plays The fmrst one was Wanted A Hero and the last one was Damsela In Drstress Both plays were a success and we enjoyed g1v1ng both of them We gave a banquet mn honor of the Semor Class on February the eleventh Our theme was Valentlne and we decorated w1th red and whxte Everyone enjoyed plannmng for the banquet and we enjoyed It as well Our basketball stars are Marg1e Joyce Oulda Booth and W1ll1e Jean who got on all county team Our Semor Year has been an excmtmgly busy one We elected offmcers the fmrst of the year They are as follows Margle Lmdsey Presmdent George Charles Spells Vmce Uresxdent Bobble Nell Ray Secretary Treasurer Gwendolyn Daws Reporter We started wxth mne boys and ten gmrls but we don t have but mne g1rls and elght boys now We have g1ven our Semor Ulay The name of xt was It s A Deal We have gone on our Semor tr1p for the Mardm Gras season All of us enjoyed It xmmensely and It was a great experxence We have gamed only one new student th1s year Bobble Nell Ray and lost four One of them had been a part of our class for fwe years W11l1am George B1l11e Fay Tatom was our cand1date for the queen s contest of the Halloween carmval We accompllshed our goal by wmnmg the race and she was crowned queen ofthe carmval by our sponsor Mrs H D Maloch Her escort was George Charles Spells N e wmsh to thank the jumor Class for honorlng us w1th a banquet ZZ D U 3 ' , IA I' 4 - P , I ' . , . . 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Senzor Class Wzll The Semor Class of Harmony Grove School In the year 1950 bemg of sound body and sensxble mmd do hereby mn the last few days of our remgn on th1s beloved campus w1ll and bequeath to our 1951 Senxor Clxss all of our tralts of character ab1l1ty to learn and all of our good qualmtmes ln general We sure hope they have good luck wlth It 1 Gwendolyn Daws wxll my abllmty to slng to Frances Cook To janet Sharp l Joyce Larkms leave my shortness and speed basketball 1 lwlargme Llndsey upon the day of my graduatmn w1ll to jane Mmller my ablllty to fllrt wlth mme and hers together she ll be ever so flxrty To Delma Mannlng l james Henderson wlll my ablllty to be popular wlth the gmrls Watch out Delma l George Charles Spells leave to Donme Nutt my loud mouth l hope you stay out of trouble better than l dmd On the day of gradua'c1on I Ehzabeth Harley wxll to Lols Kennedy my abmllty to always look neat so don t get careless I ms To Reggle Smlth on the day of graduatwn l Don Goss w1ll my ab111ty to play ball l Mlldred Word leave to Bllly joe Clay my black wavy ha1r Don t bleach lt Brlly When 1 graduate l Wmston Germann leave to Horace Brazeale my ab1l1ty to play hooky watch out and don t get caught Horace 1 Patsy Wtllmamson w1l1 to Betty Joyce Dunn my ab1l1ty to make good grades by keepmg qu1et ln class 1 Bmlly l ane wmll my llttle feet to George Penmngton 1 hope they don t lead you on the wrong road George l Bxllle Fay Tatom do hereby grant the power to cook to Marxbeth Bradshaw l hope your doctor bmlls aren t as h1gh as mme After graduatmon l Bobb1e Nell Ray leave my abllmty to smg anythmg I want to to Luc11le Barnhart 1 Herbert Walters leave my ab1l1ty to make publlc speeches to Kenneth Owens don t let them get you down Kenny When I leave the Semor Class on May 10th l Buster Ward leave my good physlque to Rmhard Barnes so take good care of It Rmchard To Wanda Burton I W1111e jean Wrxght wrll my h1gh temper watch out you mlght get somethmg you don t want After graduatlon l Bobby Owen wlll my ablllty to run around to Archie I-hllman Z3 n a u 1 11 1 1 , ' 1, 1 1 . 1 1 . 1 1 1 'ln 1 ' 1 1 .. . . . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .. 1 . 1 J - 1 1 1 . . . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 .. 1 1 1 - 1 1 . . . . 1 1 J 1 1 , . 1' 1 1 . 1 . 1 . . . 1 1 1 , . 1 1 1 , . 1 1 f . . ' ' , 1 1 1 ' ' ' , . 1 1 , 1 1 Senior Class Whos Wlzo' Most handsome Boy P1-ett1est Glrl W1tt1est Boy W1ttleSt G1rl Cutest Boys Cutest Gmrl Best Personahty Boys Best r ersonalmty Gmrl Most Popular Boy Most Popular Gu-ls Best Flgured Boy Best Flgured Glrl Best Athlete Boy Best Athlete Gmrl Boy Most Likely to Succeed G1rl Most L.1kely to Succeed Cutest Couple Fl1rt1est Boy Best Dressed Boy Best Dressed G1rl Most Scholarly Boy Most Scholarly Glrl Most Sophmstmcated Gmrl Most Peserved Boy S1ll1est Boy S1l11est G1rl Quletest Glrl Quletest Boy Best Best Best Be st Most Most Most Most All Round Girl All Round Boys Pal G1r1s Pal Boys Pol1te Glrl Polite Boy Talented Glrl Talented Boy Buster Word Bobble Nell Ray james Henderson Margme Lmndsey james Henderson Don Goss Bobble Nell Ray Wmnston Germann George Charles Spells B1ll1e Fay Tatom James Henderson Margme Lmdsey Joyce l arkms Buster Word B1ll1e Fay Tatom Buster Word Margle l mdsey Ceorge Chxrles Soells Gwendolyn Daws Cwendolyn D iws and Vmston Germ mn Herbert Walters George Charles Spells Joyce I arkms George Charles Spells Bobble Nell Ray Ellzabeth Harley George Charles Spells Don Goss Marg1e L mdsey Bobby Nell Ray George Charles Spells Wmllme jean Wrmght George Charles Spells Wmston Germann Bobb1e Nell Ray and Patsy W1ll1amson George Charles Spells and Wmston Germann Bobble Nell Ray George Charles Spells Bobble Nell Ray Wlnston Germann ' 9 N . . ---- .--------- ----Q-- . . --'------'----"""'-----"" I K , . Flirtiest Girl- ---------------------------- Margie Lindsey Z4 ff 'Sn Left 1 st Grade Dawn R 'mckett R oland Walters Right Znd Grade Cora Dunlap Russell Billy Wayne McChestney Left 3rd Grade Carolyn Goss Mmcheal james R1ght 4th Grade Ann Gammlll jackxe Robertson Z5 'Y' 'Sr lx V I eft 5th Grade Carolyn Wxlhams Gary Robertson Rlght 6th Grade Rose Sharpe Bobby Posey Le 7th Grade Chlta Ann Wmllxams Chnton Wllllams Rnght Sth Grade Chatta Dean Mosley Ralph Sharpe 26 X., Left 91211 Grade Clementine Germann Phxlhp George R1ght 10th Grade Martha Ree A1br1t'ton Thomas Goodgame Left 1 1th Grade janet Sharpe Donnle Nutt Rlght Queen B1111e Fay Tatom bemg crowned by her escort George Charles Spells Z7 Fgiiff Q92 Q ily Q if ,ff l lW!1VZfP15ZJC5LZAL929ML5A7 Q Q xg V A , 1 V XXX N f La 5 as ,X rj I 4, Ax Q Ai w Ami Ll .1 fr ff9f77l0f7 6240149 5 F ? dizfff Orff .,, fn, 1-r 'X Y GEORGE H PPNNINCTON is 1 Q.. 'T FIRST ROW Mr G W Sums Sponsor jeanettelee Bobby joe Spells Patsy Garnson Donme Nutt Marxbeth Bradshaw SFCOND ROW Delma Manning Frances Cook james Kelley jane Muller TIHRD ROW Betty joyce Dunn Reggme Smmth Wanda Burton Archue Hxllman l uculle Barnhxrt Bxlly joe Clay X RIC'HfXRD BARNFS I OIS KFNNEDY HORACF' BRA!!-'Al F j vu ANFT SHARPF KFNNPTH OWFN ng 29 , 0 -Rf. x -nf.. xii' A 3 ' .Q -lix' L 'Qi C h Ll ' 'K ,. ' , 1 K "' ,r f W' Q h " 'Ox I If -" l . - l I , 4 K I X J L A wfvff H N ew. y f Y - I 1 -4- 5' ' ' r 1 I fl A H f , , , 4:15 ' V - f , F . ei W ' ' ff. L'-" 33" ,WS "' i x A ' l if A ' L' " , .,,.a. . ' X - 2 -' C I ' A 'in 14 ag Q M LK ? 4 ' . -al K: . ,. u "f, A ' lk fg re - , fl f-'14 ,... 3 , ' .1 A' J Q A , . 7 W X . ' if X x ' X f . qi A 5 if I., "N" HK : ' I , J unzor Class History When school opened thms year everyone was ready' We all dmscussed the summer events and began the busiest year of our school career up to now We were sorry to have lost several of our former pals but 1n thelr place were some new ones who have proven to be the mcest classmates anyone could ask for There are erghteen members mn our class thms year elght g1rls and ten boys several who started here 1n the f1rst grade are stmll hanglng around We held a meetmg the flrst week of school and elected offlcers for the year whmch are as follows Dresmdent Frances Cook V1ce Presmdent Reggme Smlth Secretary and Treasurer l o1s Kennedy Reporter jane Mlller and Sponsor Mr C' W Slms Janet Sharp represented the jumor Class as candldate for Halloween Oueen She looked very beautlful and made us all proud of her For our project 1n the gym we chose what we called a honl-utonk named It the D1amond Horseshoe and made a blg h1t wxth the crowd On February 16th after a lot of practlce and under the dlrectlon of Mrs H D Maloch we presented the class play The Custer s Last Stand to a large aud1ence who seemed to enjoy It Most of the class IS mterested 1n sports and some both boys and glrls have been successful on the basketball teams and are hkely to be just as good at softball and on the track teams We have been makmng preparatwns for the Jumor and Semor Banquet wh1ch 15 to be held on March 17th ln honor of the Semor Class of thls year who have been successful and whose place we are gomg to attempt to fmll next year OUR WHO S WHO IS AS FOLLOWS Prett1est G1r1 and Boy Betty Joyce Dunn Bmlly Clay Cutest Boy and Girl Marmbeth Bradshaw Donnie Nutt Most Popular Boy and G1rl Regg1e Smlth Lois Kennedy Wmttmest Boy and Glrl Wanda Burton Kenneth Owen and Arch1e Hmllman Best Fxgured Boy and Gmrl Lo1s Kennedy Regg1e Sm1th Best All Round Boy and Girl Frances Cook Reggie Smmth Best Dersonalmty Boy and Grrl Lo1s Kennedy Donnle Nutt Most Studlous Girl and Boy Wanda Burton Delma Mannmg Best Dressed Girl and Boy Bllly Clay jane M1ller S1l11est Gmrl and Boy Frances Cook George Pennington Boy and Gmrl Most Lrkely to Succeed james Kelley Kenneth Owen Wanda Burton Best Pals Gmrlsl jane M111er and Lo1s Kennedy Francls Cook and Mar1beth Bradshaw Best Pals fBoysl Brlly Clay and Donme Nutt Best Glrl Athletes janet Sharp and Frances Cook Best Boy Athletes Reggle Smlth and Donme Nutt 30 . 1. . ' . Flirtiest Boy and Girl- ----------------- jane Miller, Billy Clay 4 . U- ---------.-.------ - . . QS- ,gi 11' Ha rffvaff lf Qrmff afyhfym JKZJJ 1.94.4 1990 294 S FIRST ROW Sl POND RO V THIRD ROW FOURTH RO N Yi WM GFRAI D 1 ARKINS rf 'vlcl e l nnn t n M I sey Bet! chel D e W h n e e ey 'vi e fllbr n jim y I Th m s me Xl Dell T W y nt me B s As M lle Thxs has been one of our most excmtmg school years At the f1rst of thxs year we elected our sponsor Mr Edward McLean and our class ofhcers Rachel Damel Presmdent V1ce Presmdent Txg W1ll1ford Secretary Treasurer Martha Ree A1br1tton and Reporter Thomas Goodgame Several of our members were on the basketball teams and Tig Wrllmford was selected for the All County team We have been very fortunate for two years 1n successlon havmng Martha Ree Albrrtton and Rachel Damel selected F F A Sweetheart respectwely Our play Bolts and Nuts dlrected by Mrs Maloch was a roarmg success We have an enrollment oi eighteen wmth seven startmg school together 1n the f1rst grade They are Charles Albr1tton james Bradshaw james Lee Bryant Rachel Damel Martha Ree Albrmtton Almce O Dell and juamta Pennmgton We hope we can frnlsh together 31 ,Yfw ' T - -Y A f r 2 , 5 '5- v V" 45 . K r , t 1 - me n, , . , Q . Y fi. 4, l I D 1' ' ' :M f .I ' ,'.,J 1 K " 5 ff' ' Q 0 'x ' 'il f vi 3 Q, - ' It ' , . , , f'-' "' V- X W - 'F I , R Je ff' f' ' . " ni-A ' ' A .1 5 . 5,32 N ,qv I' l gf 5' , "4 g7MM"'tT'u"' 'TT' iw. ,.4...f5"wQ ,YS ,- -k""'L ,fs 1 i My f' ,V , . I s f ' li ' f ' '- , 4.-' 1 1 ' ' safe we f..'f, - -' , 1 ' A , " -4 T I Q ' 14. Lf, 1 . ' 'e " Aa V l - , T f we V , K , , A, I ,. , E2 Q I ll J . 1 K. -' ,:'g, , v 5 ' f .. rl , -X -K ,Q ,' his V . Y I K . .A 8 . -, A T? ti ,ka f 4 . ' ,, 5 l , 5' ..l 1,5 '4' ' 1 Mr. A , an, Sponsor, Juanita 'e i g o , ax 'o , yjo Morris, Fred Foster, Ra aniel, Gw n alker. -' 'Y A '- : Mary Lea Thomas, C arles Albritto , Billy S lf, Margar t Hawl , I Mfmcrl I-fimb. - artha Re . itto , ' m lay, Faye Hillman, o a Goodga , .- ice 0' , ig illiford. 'v' james l.ee Br a , ja s rad haw, a i r, , . . , ' 1 ' , ' : - ' , ' : - . 5 1 - I l ' . n 1 . , . . ll II n p l I ' I . I . : ' , . . n n 1 I u f l l l ' ww -farm! 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FIRST ROW D Ma c S sor tty S e Sm th Ih ll p Ge rge Bettyj B y B y nt u e R tcl fi Glendell M e Delo J nes Ch les T tom SECOND ROW R cha d K rt j mmy M t n Clement e Ge m nn W ll m B rkh me R bye M e B y t THIRD ROW I' ge e Ma ey Cec l Ba nha K eth Mo e C r y B d C W Woma k Royj T lley I y F5 d Be erly Wom ck I' gene B d FOURTH ROW ley H I y B y R y R b rt R ssell Ge e R ssell n C lWest Shelt n Tuber e The Freshrnan Class of the Harmony Grove School 1s very umque 1n that lt deflmtely leans towards the masculme w1th 22 boys and only 9 gmrls on the roll The class off1cers are Presldent Frances Tate Vlce Presldent Robert Russell Secretary jlmmy Martin Treasurer Gene Massey Reporter Betty jo Frazler and H D Maloch Sponsor Our class hopes to make a good record wh11e 1n dear old Harmony Grove even though our class does not brmg to hxgh school many outstandmg talents We have several good Jumor h1gh basketball softball and track team members who carned well for dear old Harmony Grove About ten per cent of our class made the honor roll All of our gxrls are enrolled for homemaklng and all of our boys In agrlculture In add1t1on to the regular reqmred courses We worked hard to elect our cand1date for Queen of Halloween Clemmtme Germann but were defeated Plullxp George was her escort ln the fmal ceremomes Our sponsor planned an educational tr1p for us to the Arkansas Forestery Nursery at Bluff City with Mr I-lerr1ngton ln january Mr Adams the manager of the nursery explamed the whole process of growlng pme tree seedmgs effxc1ently We had a pxcmc lunch. Frlms were shown of the nursery and a profxtable day was had by all. We w1ll have a class party and pxcmc thrs spring, and hope we wmll be able to conhnue the adventure of gaxmng knowledge and the abllxty to use lt m every- day llfe throughout the years to come. 32 xt K , M '- ' .. if- ' 'X a A , . v .. ' .. X . 4 4- SKU, , h . ' ' ' ' ' v -ji 1 ' -,-g,- 1 ' 1 f A C I .I - ' I -ff, I ff 'Lf If ,I 'S . 1 L ' . , ' . I ,J ' 1 , x, , 7 g , Sr-. .5 , -N - fi, px 3 ,..' -If 4 0 , I Q 4 j l . .,, , l 5 ,if y ' 7 . , 1, A5392 Eli I - . ' 1 '. 1 I - sf A :I ' gf, , -. -a 4, tl gy fi . L-V7 ' t fill 6. ' --. Q 4- ' if 1 pg f 1- l frtgi ' 4 ' 1 . ' ,- 5,6 er. .- - ,Q H, . . I ,A U . I J. U ,lx 1 Q e . ' . Y I ' f 1' - , r , A , . Fly - K V , ,pri i 1 gf A , K y.. 5 1 .V l'-I Q h- 'X I 3 gn S5 ii 1- V may I f' " of I W , the "' e 'f 'N , ' 1 fi: we - -I , I Q ev X-f ' wh f ' 2' . 1 g . -NT.. ' ' 'Q 'Y' if ': Q, ,sr . ,hr 1 K , Q, O , If 'fs -' ' 'Z " ' : I if r . Q. e 'Q -i . t . . , f , . 'Q 1 , f' . ' , L 1 :pf X , My sh, . , , V, ' I- 4 . . 4 : Mr. II. . lo h, pon , Be u i , ' i i o , o Frazier, ill r a , I.o is a i , oor , is o , ar a . : i r u z, i ar i , in r a , i ia a i r, u a r an . : lu n ss , I r rt, enn or , 1a r ir , l, . C , r, i , .arr ir , v a , Xu ir . 1 Shir aw ey, jerr o d a , o e u , n u , Edward Wilso , eci , o vill , . : . I : . - . ' : . ' ' : , Q . , . . , . . . . , . l , . . . . . , .FFT 'Y' .gg + wiv RALPH SHARPE FIRST ROW Mr Bethea Sponsor Mary Lou Givens jerry Billlngsly Better Ssntlfer Leslie Bryant Martha Frances Spells Edward Lee Chatta Dene Mosely SECOND ROW Lois Word Robert Nettle! Lola Mae Word Richard Burton Barbara Trobough Calvin Beaver THIRD ROW jackie Daniel Ronald Parr Lavon Goodgarne Henry Harris Fredia Sue Cook Eldon Garrison Aylene Tilley Denver Bird FOURTH ROW Clarence Pennington Diwsrd Stone Janice Smith Charles W lson Fay Dene Garrison Bobby Heflln joan Chnmbliss The 8th grade has worked hard toward the goal of achievement We have been well honored with athletic students The girls that have made the Junior ball team are as follows Guards Fredia Sue Cook jackie Daniel, Janice Smith, Lavon Goodgarne, and Lois Word. Forwards Chatta Dene Mosley, Betty Lou Santifer, and joan Chambliss. The boys who have made the junior ball team are as follows- Charles Wilson, Bobby Helfin, Jerry Billingsly and Denver Bird. We elected officers which are as follows: President, Aylene Tilleyg Vice-President, Lavon Goodgarneg Secretary, Fredia Cook. Williard Bethea is our class sponsor. Mr. Sims sponsored the 8th grade play. It was a play about world affairs of democracy. We have been invited to visit the March P. T. A. meeting. We are going to reproduce our play. 33 yan Ny A . V 'qw -V 1 Q- ang: 3 K: I . 3 V .: A w'-P., E, g 4 ' ,Mid . V . I . ir. Ml, .F ifi ,.Q335e:, ff , Q in xi V lla - Y! ""f1.rj-.77 f f L '- :j '- 'nfl' - 1-' 1"'fI:wY.: -A -,- .5,. . i 1' tl 'M JT' E , Q 1 i V . Q Y N , , - - 5 - 1 r v 1 1 . , . . 3 1 1 I a , . 3 I 1 n n . 1 . . 5 . 1 . 5 . . f - 2 : . . . f 1?"f!rl fp L, diff mfg 'W 'HHY' FIRST ROW Mus Ruth LeCr y Te che Lel nd West Betty june Tate Herbert Lane M ryluBaker R y'm ndSp uell M rth leeW rd De nElm e Ha el Mmlton SFCONDROW Cht Wll m jmrnyB y nt E' m je nB nh t jmmyGlo e l-la ry Yo ng j n Bradsha THIRD ROW john H ey D M g e Ad m Cl nt n W ll ms Ma th McKel R ssell Me d Do thy McKel n Du e D s Nell e M e B rkhe me j mmy Ha ley FOURTH ROW Jmmy B dsh Ant Kl ppert Herbert St rnes R lph B mp s R lph Burnpus Thomas St t Paul H s Preston C nford R bert Sums On August Z9 1949 when dear old Harmony Grove School began lts new term there were forty boys and gmrls wonderlng just what 1t would mean to them They were enterlng Jumor H1gh School It was all so odd to be movlng from one room to another hearlng one teacher and then another lt was fun too much more than smttlng 1n one room all day We were soon full fledged jumor I-hgh pupmls We have been workxng very hard to gam hmgher knowledge and to be better c1t1zens In October we held a class meetmg and elected our class offlcers They were as follows Pres1dent joan Bradshaw V1ce Pr-es1dent Raymond Spruell Secretary and Treasurer Dean Elmore Reporter Margie Ruth Adams We selected Chmta Ann Wllhams and Clmton Earl W1ll1ams as our candldates for Halloween Kmg and Queen We had a beauty salon as our booth and It turned out as a huge success There are smx students of the seventh grade who have perfect records for attendance hey are Ralph Bumpus Preston Cranford Clmnton Wtlllamb Leland West Mary Lu Baker and Dorothy McKe1v1n These are the pup1ls who have made hrgh enough grades to be on the Honor Roll. Raymond Spruell, Hrlrey Larkms, joan Bradshaw and Ch1ta Ann Wxlhams. 34 5 A " ' .. X t Q, , , ' P5 1. 9 Q Q X ' Q A ' .- , , kr A 1 b ' fn - . 'va . X f . S . l Q' lf I f 1 ' - ' x ' . 5 ,o . ,, . ,- Q k 4 , X tb T tx., 0 l , I s of X ' , 3 - 1 W Q If 4 1' X 1' -x-- , , " J ' r L11 L If Q ' N' F " .-, 4 ',' 6'-' ' 0 "1,-J s I kj I ' 1 7 4 Q X 7? I t ,. l N P - I . - - - 1 K J f 1 . . f ,, 1 R E . , , fs I f 1 - " ' 1 - ... f 'D . f . .- - . K V K- I V ts- ,N-vs t , ,Q W I ,yr , R, g - ,f , 1 Q V , ,A to E O . ' ,' "- - 1 7 . X 5 'I L a , -f 1 X Jn'-, ' 4 2 f K 1 4 I l 'K' 5 L Q X ' X , .T X Q ,, 6 .. H- ' I , 2. 'X 4 4 ,- V . Q .- , - , 4 l R . 3 , - . ' Q rv- - I' sg A . y .- v , ' 4, ' - , , ,- . -, ,K - Q 1 Y f J X L. ' . ' 4 . ,xox ,I ' 2 Q , l I 'i k . ' . ' 3 I rl -- 1 M if' I we f I 1 I ' 0 . H rs G . . . a . , a o r , a a .A o , a or , z ' . 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' I I I I I I I ' T . . . i . - . , , r , . in . fbi.: 09f?770'f7V ifif? ifzede J!!! 11,50 WW lf: 4 MARILYN HAYES Q an Y W 1. 4 " If ...- , 'R' Qglw A was-5 We mm ROSE SHARPE FIRST ROW Mus Marlene Wxllmms Teacher joe Wallace Key Mary Evelyn Garner Bobby Posey Lucell Key Buddy Spurell Dorothy Clements Imon Burns Irene Dunn SECOND ROW jonell Bxllmgsley Huey Rogers Evelma Brxan Thomas Walters Katherme Wllson jessme Ray Lxndsey THIRD ROW Margxe Doyle Albert Nussey Carolyn Nmx Darrell Foster Ada Lee Smxth B111 Wxlson Bermcece Chnstan Edward Penmngton jo Nettles FOURTH ROW Peggy Spells Kenneth McKe1vm Marxlyn Smmth john Tnlley Roselyn Calaway Dale Brxmer jossxe Nowlm Bobby Foster Betty Allbrltton FIFTH ROW Arlxs Bxllxnglley Barbara Garner Richard George Lorene Bryant Bxlly Burl Lay Loune Tubervllle Keith Se!! Bobby Stewart Thus year the sucth grade started w1th forty four pupxls and now we have only thlrty three Halloween mght we had a lot of fun Our Queen was Rose Sharp and Bossy Posey was selected as our Kmg The money that we made at the carmval was used for the purchase of pamt for splatter pamtmg hectograph and books board decoratmon and we st1l1 have some of our money left We plan to use the remammg fund for the purchase of lxbrary books Chrmstmas we had a very good dlnner 1n the lunch room In our room we had fun, everyone got at least two presents We also had a party and mvlted our parents Valentme Day we had a pretty Valentme box and we fllled xt up Everyone was pleased wmth the valentmes they got We had to draw our house plan by scale, also draw the rooms separate and draw the furmture In by scale. Then we drew all of them on colored paper. The slxth grade class 15 a member of the jumor Red Cross Miss Eskndge sent us a game that was brought over on the "Fx-1endsh1p Tram " The game ll called a "Tour of France." It was made by hand by two boys who lost thelr arms during the late war 35 1 of ,' '- .er-' 'ac -'-,- . as yr '. QQ., - 1 ' Q! ' fl .L- ' , , - -,' I iq, , ' fX,"rl ,r L 'f ' . K fa? 'Q ' fgg"3f' we-4 , p U- ,. ' 1,3 , e " -. ' - l' A , f 4 g 2. C e , Y, .D fn ', f ' , 1 ' f X ' " ' "' " ' , ' 15:12 ' ,. yffu, A M 1 ' lf . ' j . 'za ig sg: it -QQ., 4 1.4, 52, Q 6. , l l , . 'fi , Q fy, - ' .QV ' L, K -R 4 V -,ii Ip - I . 'I-, ' ' I t w' 1 I ' . , A 3:1 . B gg A A I .1 it ,fi .- ig far ea,' I 1: Q I : K , I if Bi tv 413' A 14 ,.-I ' h fi an .sg Q' I r' ' ' 'f' W Q .in ' 31 Q., W I ' Q , " 1 .3 ,ki lug, X 'f' a i- Q? Q ' ' ' H " 'H 9-J L gl of . I Q, V, ,, , I ij Y v ' - H' ., f-- ' lx' 4. Y .gg ,, ' 5 4' 'is - Naam 7 AQ - l f 4 Aff I., 'W '- V . f. . 5 CE 5 I -f he , .' , , - o W ,, ' ..:' ,A 2' ' - :Aj ' .S . 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I I Q n l Y ' f , . .Q 'J ffdfwdfll ffvlf ifade ' I xv DAISY LOU SHARP uf M. momma wsiihins. inhuaidif E FIRST ROW Mrs Barlow Teacher John Aaron Pennxngton Carolyn Bumpus Billy BILLY JOE SHARP joe Albritton Mary Louxse jones Otns Garner Dorothy Hicks Billy Charles Thomas Nancy Doohttle SECOND ROW jxmmxe Goodgame Carolyn Wlllmms Kelly McMurry Martha Sue Pennington joe Martm Rogers Laudxne Carter THIRD ROW Charles Bird jo Ann Heflxn Wayne McDan1els Madelln Sxms Roy Lee Bryant Ester Melton FOURTH ROW Glorxa Bradshaw Gary Robertson Carolyn Smlth George Glover Broms Thornton Thomas Smith Linda Eason Jerry Bryant Surah Watkins FIFTH ROW Shxrla Burns Calvin Rogers Opal Tubervxlle Francxs Russell The fxfth grade has enrolled forty pup11s thms year The attendance has been very good even though s1ckness and h1gh water mnterfered some Mary Loumse jones has the highest grade average, wlth Shmrla Burns second, and Daxsy Sharp thmrd We have helped present var1ous assembly programs thms year The P T A presented us two large, lovely framed pxctures for having won the honor of gettmg more P T A members durmg the annual membershmp drwe We have espec1al1y enjoyed our art per1od each day We do spatter pamtmg, creatwe work, and some stencllmg Our Motto IS If At Fmrst You Don t Succeed, Try Try Agam Our cand1date for Halloween queen was Carolyn Wllhams, Carolyn IS a very pretty little girl with a wonderful personalmty. Her escort was Gary Robertson. 36 . ix t h a t Q . 3 5 kk A Q 5' :T fy M W. 3 1 s Q Q .' e J' W F sg' ' 2 A 32.517 A' 1 . 5 ri - T .j1:A:5n, ,, " 7 g ' ,xg P 2 Q - , D 17' A ' V ' 4 vt ' ., ' f- .f 1, ---" 1, 1- l j l 3' .1 1.-, . 5 l H f u -U ffl ' R ' ' , m 4 Q . . Q - . X Q ' -5 - 1- ' " :ff 4' Y ' ' Q .A -5 ' f 2 1 ' 7 A ' .' 5 -k1Kt:"5.Q,i' :',f . .. Q, p ' M , '- 1- -s . ' 14 ,X j ' A1 fa ff ' 1 . , , J. 'T "U, ' V g af , 'k'gw'i L' fx - ,ka V is-,E . V I A Ev, .K ,fy if - A M . F. .,l : 51 ,ye ' , , ' ' A ' A , l fu g P ffv-' ' f 'Y ' C it - ' S "' . . f X. f , '.-- ps . 1 y, I - 7: MJ "" . J V R z i 1 In ' 1' NK Sf, A . f r 'f ,.-1- - Q '11 ' A' Q: .r-, - A .J Q N '. , I.-5-gf ff ' , . . 4 1 ' 4 n u Ol a - fl 1 . . ' u ' ll 4 ' . c If . , , . 15.6 6.- frfarman Gmre Grad' IW! 1450 M ft I N 11 ,mf FIRST ROW Mrs Marzelle Alden Teacher Buddy Carter Betty l ane Alfred Clements Martha Ann Gammlll joe Wayne Stone Dorothy Mae Burton Virgil Smith Martha Ann Lindsey SECOND ROW Ann Gammxll jack Robertson Patsy Dxckerson jerry Santxier Patsy Wlnte Edward Russell THIRD ROW Arthur Bryant Nancy Martin Hubert Barnhart john Vanlandxngham Barbara Hawley Herbert Barnhart Maxrbeth james Ronald Spells Lullme Mae Adams FOURTH ROW Lmda Carole Ross Betty Ann Heilm jamce Bond Betty Lou Garner Dallas Mxllxcan Franlue Penmngton Carrol McMur-ry Beulah Tate john Word FIFTH ROW Bermce Starnes Shu-ley Wulson Catherune Russell Roxxne Nowlm Ellen Whxte Brenda Sue Rockett The fourth grade has enrolled sucteen boys and twenty fwe gmrls th1s year The followmg people have perfect attendance records up the the present tmme jack1e Robertson, Ann Gammxll Betty Lou Garner, Betty Ann Heflm Betty Lane, Cather-me Russell Bermce Starnes, Ellen Wh1te Decoratwe posters and plctures approprmate for the var1ous hohdays have been made mn art class Other art act1v1t1es mclude much free hand drawmg and some clay modellng A few puplls drew plcture posters mllustrat mg books they had read The room hbrary contams around exght books Besldes these, two loans of Z5 books each have been made us by the Arkansas L.1brary Cornrrussmon Aud1tor1um programs partlclpated tn by the fourth grade are Columbus Day, Armxstxce Day, Thanksgwlng, and Chrxstmas. Our portmon of the proceeds from the Halloween Carnwal was spent for school supphes that are bemng used ln our room. Our candldates for K1ng and Queen were Jaclue Robertson and Ann Gammmll. Honor students for the fu-st semester are the followmg john Vanlandmgham, I..1ll1e Mae Adams, jamce Bond, Patsy Dlcker son, Mar1beth james, Arthur Bryant, Hubert Barnhart, Nancy Martm, Catherine Russell, Bermce Starnes, Ellen Whxte, Patsy Whlte. 37 . , f ' - X H "' f 3 " " -- V Q 1 , ,. ., , ,M , ., . , , S 152. "- 1 29 ' - f '- , 'Z Y . , Q 5 Q 1: , O , ' Y 12 '?ff ' ' " ' I " ' ' A -' - , .f - "1" Q . f l ' "Tn . I 1 4-1 ., - " f 3 - I f ' T fy I ' . Q" . , os' 'ff' f 5 f Q , t' 11- w.Q .1,, 'I ' QQ Q fl ,QQ AQ. . , ' ,x , ... 6 I Q 'r lf 3. wx Q ' 7' 5 24' 11 1' H- f ' A " - . 5' e ' A" tl' l ... - 1' ' ' 'Q .H , , -I ,,..,, . Q QQ - is ,QI ,Q QQ ' r jf:r 'ef" :Qw-,, . QQQ I Q, 1 -- , Q, ,Q ,if ,pnpq 23, ,,Qgr'g.5z . A 1: f, ' , '11 f -'Siu A 1 1 ' A' Q- - . nf ,. 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Q . : ' , l D ' ' . , 'X K 'ilk is tv K , I Afafwfaff Jfaff Jude " Ziff JI 60 ' ' ll r It wg . ......- 3 Kun I l FIRST ROW Mrs Relder Sponsor Bull Young Carol Bradshaw Bobby Word Sharon Wxllxams Clxfiord Smnth Sue Stone Clmfton Berkheimer Mary Sue Glover SECOND ROW Catherine Barnes Bobby joe Mosley Carolyn Goss Herman Harley Fllen McKenzie Jody Wlllmams THIRD ROW Vxckx Bird Gul Goza I arry Santxfer Xnn Dunlap Davxd Earl I ennlngton Thelma jean Chamblxss FOURTH ROW Mxchael james Marxe Barkhelmer Fdward Word Maxme Burnes Edward Massey Barbara Whute jackxe Bnllmgsley Bobby I ane Bobby Tutt FIFTH ROW Patsy Stewart Ronnxe Goza Xnnette Wulson james Rxley George james S yer BW Those 1n the thlrd grade havlng perfect attendance for the year are Edward Massey Maxme Burnes, Ann Dunlap Bobby Lane and Barbara Whlte The ch11dren have been happy mn themr hbrary corner They learned to be qulet and not dlsturb others by prlntlng slgns The th1rd grade ch11dren bought thelr own Ixbrary books wlth the money made at the Halloween Carnlval and are very proud of It m i JACKIE BILLINGSLEY 3 8 x . . 2, is 5 A Q Q .U K 'vw , " 1 1 ' . - -. 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FIRST ROW Mrs Featherston Teacher Ray Dean Glover Patrxcua West Sammy Woodvlard Wxlhe Mae Clements juhn Clay Hxcks Martha Ann Wxlson jimmy Dale Dunn Laura jane l xndsey SFEOND ROW Patsy Sue Starnes Thomas Calloway Donna jean Pelt Vxrgxl I ester johnson Gladys Vanlandlngham l loyd Russell THIRD ROW Ponder Ray Sums Patsy I oulse Barnhart james I eon Melton jamce Marxe Self Wxllxam Barkhlemer Cora Dunlap Russell john Nnx Marxlyn Rogers Dan Olwer Carrxer FOURTH ROW Wxllxam Ray Pennmgton Sandra Doohttle Floyd Nelson Tnlley janet Ruth Smxth Harold Carter Sarah jane Word A C Kurtz Iouxse Word Billy Wayne McChesney FIFTH ROW Helen Martm Betty jo Lewis judlth Ann Clack Ruth Ellen Pennington Rosemary Word Dona jean Cranford Barbara Cook We have enrolled durmg the year forty fwe students At present only th1rty exght are on the roll Cora Russell was our candxdate for Halloween Queen and B1l1y Wayne McChesney was her escort Our proceeds from the contest and our booth at the Carmval netted S65 93 Wmth that we have bought fwe classlc plctures a new bulletxn board flrst amd supplmes, and thmrty three new books for the llbrary We have and are enjoylng the books and we are reading them Each Frxday afternoon we read as many to the class as we can In addmtxon to the hbrary books the sectlons have read ten, elght, and seven sets of readers We have colored plctures and made posters mn keepmg wlth the speclal days Our prxnclpal unlts of work have been Halloween, Thanksglvmg, Chrlstmas, Esk1mos, Health, Holland, and bmrds All 1n all, as we look back, thas year has been a pretty good one we have done quxte a bxt of work and have enjoyed lt, too 39 4 0 '44 1:4 V Vg- -' V , .J - L A in E 'Z ,X , J Wax 's .A-Q - S. f - .Q If Ji... ,gbggyj -1 4 VJ 1 ' " . . a. iw-w., 1 ffl ' . 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'I' 89 WALTER SHAR PE ERNESTINE FORREST FIRST ROW Mrs Goodgame Teacher Michael Woodruff Rose White jxmmy Word Loretta Dickenson Sammy jordan Peggy Murphy Rudalph Thomason SECOND ROW Bobbie Thomas Beth Abner Jerry Dunn Shirley Young Vernon Whnte Bertha Penmngton THIRD ROW Mxchael Featherston Dorothy Sue I mdsey Roland Walters Henrxetta Dickenson Kenneth Rogers Martha Burns Larry jarnes Lynda Dunn FOURTH ROW Gerald Walthall Mable Lane Davis Lawerence Howland Robert Nu: Carol Lester Dawn Rockett Ernestine Forrest Walter Sharp To date th1rty three pup1ls have been enrolled m the fxrst grade We have had a very pleasant year s work Smce we have not had to work under crowded cond1t1ons, each ch1ld has had a better opportumty for self expression and growth in wholesome personahty, such as work play, sharing and helping others These exper1ences dxrectly mfluence desmrable personal growth. New books, charts, pmctures, and S1fo puzzles have been added to our room. Only two have perfect attendance. They are Vernon Whxte and Martha Burns. Our health umt has proven to be more benef1c1al than any we have had. Every child in the room w1ll now drmk rrulk, They are more concerned about their diet and body cleanlmess. Mormng 1nspect1on ms a per1od of enjoyment. 40 SECOND GRADE NOT PICTURED ON GROUP PICTURE SHARON SHARPE SECOND GRADERS fNot Picturedl Hnrold Bumpul Virgil Kcnnndy Haroce Caraway JACK SMALLY 1Not Picmre.-11 SEVENTH GRADE NOT PICTURED ON GROUP PICTURE. ESPERT DAVIS MARIAN SHARPE HILARY LARKINS 41 I LLOYD SMITH BETTY LOU BRAZEALE igffymwffii LJZWLZEWCQZS5 9 ,Q fi fi Kb X JE BW I U 1 XXX g N Q wav M THE IDENTIFICATION OF THE PICT UR F5 ON OPPOSITE PAGE BACK ROW: FRONT ROW: FRONT: BACK ROW: MIDDLE ROW: THIRD ROW: SENIOR BOYS Coach "SamH Bethea, Donnie Nutt, Richard Barnes, Billy joe Clay, George Pennington, Buster Word, jerry Dunn, Bobby joe Spells, "Reggie" Smith. Archie llillman, "Tig" Williiord, Charles Albritton, Gerald I,-irkins Delma Manning, jimmy Ray, Thomas Goodgame, Max Posey, james Brawshaw. SENIOR GIRLS joyce Larkins, Rachel Daniel, Willie jean Wright, W. V. "Sam" Bethea, Coach, Margie Lindsey, Mary I.ea Thomas, Faye Hillman. Martha Ree Albritton, Margaret Hawley, Alice O'Dell, Frances Cook Betty jo Morris. Lois Kennedy, jane Miller, Maribeth Bradshaw, janet Sharpe. 43 '26-i'2'f!f!' x I 4 ff- ,.L Upper Semor Gzrls Lower Senzor Boys 44 THF IDENTIFICATION OF THF PICTURES ON OPPOSITE PAGE JUNIOR GIRI S BACK RO V joan Chamblxss Martha Spells jamce Smxth Freddxa Sue Cwok Betty Sue Smxth I avon Goodgame MIDDI I' RON I ola 'vlae Word Betty jo Fraxzer jackxe Damel I ons Word I ouxse Ratcluif JUNIOR BOYS BACK ROW Coach Bethea Gene Massey jerry Bmlllngsley Ddward Stone Shelton Tuberv1lle Charles Wxlson Gene Russell MIDDI E ROW Bobby Heilm Charles Tatom jerry Boyd Ray Bully Bryant FRONT ROW Eugene Bxrd Davld I ee Cecil West Rlchard Kurtz Eldon Garrnson 45 , A , . . . N FRONT ROW: Betty I.ou Santifer, Faye Dean Garrison, Delores jones. Upper Jumor Gzrls Lower .lumor Boys 46 ZqQQ5w 5 ZJGFIWHFIES QQ ff SE K5 K N f , A ,E If Q , XXX H 5 f db 42 is BUSTER WORD REGGIEZ SMITH Vnce President Treasurer WINSTON GERMANN e :dent LOIS KENNEDY WILLKEJEAN WRIGHT llth G ade 12th G de CHARLES ALBRITTON TIG WILLIFORD Secretary R eporter FFA The Harmony Grove chapter of the F F A was orgamzed mn 1948 1949 The charter offxcers were Edward Albrmtton Presmdent George Alfred Wxlhams Vxce Presmdent Robert Stone Secretary Herbert Walters Treasurer and Leo Wr1ght Reporter In a summer busmess meetmg the above offmcers were elected for the year 1949 1950 fTh1s year's offrcers are pxctured above Each one has recewed an offxcml F F A jacket from the chapter One of the hxgh ltghts of this year s act1v1t1es was the e1ect1on of Miss Rachel Damel of the tenth grade as F F A Sweetheart Interest m thxs contest by candidates of the I lth and 12th grades fpnctured below, was greatly apprecmted by the chapter Another hxgh hght of the year was the Father and Son Banquet of whxch Miss Damel was the honored guest Other actwrtxes for the year was a fall camping trxp and the 1mt1at1on of greenhands who w1l1 be ehg1ble for the Chapter Farmer Degree next year Entrxes were made 1n all d1str1ct judgmg contests by members of the chapter wh1ch were held at Arkadelphma and Magnolxa A and M Several members worked a day helpmg repaxr the State F F A camp at Hot Sprmgs The chapter plans to attend thxs camp for one week sometune this summer Several of our members are working for the Arkansas State Farmer Degree 48 .. -. 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My ' y 4 ' WxQJ,- NM ' ,A RFPORT OF VOCATIONA1 AGRICUI TURF MARCH Z0 1950 ALL DAY TEACHING PROGRAM Three classes of Vocatlonal Agnculture are offered to students un 1949 1950 ln Agrlculture 1 whlch IS the 9th grade there are ZZ enrolled There are eleven enrolled mn Agrlculture 11 whlch IS the 10th grade and 16 enrolled ln Agrlculture V whlch encludes the boys IH the 11th and 12th grades Agrlculture 111 and Agrmulture 1V are alternated each year and the 11th and 12th grade boys are combmned 1n one class An Agrlculture class IS two 45 minute perlods All day classes are dlvlded lnto two types of teachmg 1 classroom lnstructlon and held tr1ps Z shop lnstructlon and outslde work Our F F A program wh1ch helps to teach leadershlp among boys IS carrmed out as part of our all day teachlng classes SUPERVISED FARMING PROGRAM Nmneteen and one half acres of cotton was used as projects by boys the flrst year ln agr1culture The labor mcome on thms cotton was 91609 00 There was twenty emght acres of corn planted as projects Slxteen boys started a swme project by purchaslng at least a gilt pmg Most of these projects w1ll be enlarged and contmued to be used as projects Etght boys ralsed poultry the flrst year Poultry projects are especmally sultable for boys who have llmlted land and facllmtles for carry1ng out larger projects The total laborer Income of all boys on all projects was '42 762 O4 besldes the forty slx productwe projects there were seventy two 1mprovement projects and smx hundred ind forth e1ght supplementary farm practlce jobs Here were two hundred and eighteen v1s1ts made by the mstructor the f1rst year or an average of 4 4 vmsxts ner boy enrolled F F A PROGR AM The Future Farmers of Amer1ca lS a Natmonal orgamzatmon The Harmony Grove Chapter was orgamzed wmth 1ts fmrst year 1n agrlculture sponsor ed act1v1t1es such as entr1es ln judgmg contest parlmamentary procedure contest and publlc speakmg contest m1rcal day at camp exh1b1t1ng lwestock and crops at falrs Sears Plg Chaxn camplng tr1ps 1mt1at1on of green hands F F A Sweetheart contest and Father and Son banquet 1949 50 offlcers are W1nston Germann Pres1dent james Carol Word Vlce President Charles Albr1tton Secretary Reginald Smlth Treasurer Tlg Wmllmford Reporter Melvm Stevens Advlsor ADULT EDUC ATION PROGRAM No adult classes were held the f1rst year that agrlculture was offered at Harmony Grove ln our second year shop classes were planned and to date mneteen classes have been held w1th a total of two hundred and mnety attendmg Adult classes of classroom mstruction were planned for the second year These classes llke shop or extent as mterest by adults wlll perm1t Personal serv1ce and depart ment servlce to adults and farmers of the dmstrnct has been planned to be as great as posslble as long as It IS a form of teachmg demonstratlon or mstructlng others VETERANS TRAINING PROGRAM On October 1 1949 four men were enrolled to start the fmrst class of farm veterans at Harmony Grove january 1 1950 a class of twenty men was started with Mr C M Smpes as lnstructor Thxs class cont1nues to meet each week at the agr1culture bu11d1ng 50 .1 J . 1 1 , 1 1 - . . . . , . , ' 1 1 ' 1 - A , 1 1 1 1 - . . - . , , J 1 1 . 1 -. , . ' 1 ' 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 ' , . - 1 ' 1 1 . . . . . . . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 Qui' Yilff QMAKQI 1' u- vig Q lv Q f 'bo Flrst Semester Offlcers Presldent Gwendolyn Daws Vxce Presldent jane Muller Secretary Martha Ree Albrltton Treasurer Myrtle jean Harris Reporter Rachel Damel Hlstorlan Betty jo Morr1s Nw A0 1950 Ofhcers Pres1dent Rachel Damel Vmce President Wanda Burton Secretary Ruby Mae Bryant Treasurer Betty Joyce Dunn Reporter Martha Ree Albr1tton H1stor1an Delols jones Comm1ttees and Chamrmen Program Wanda Burton Soclal--Rachel Damel Finance--Betty jo Morris Degrees of Achievement-- Maribeth Bradshaw 51 KW WSE w w WE MK W QF 71 f ! f7, K5 X Q fx N Xu ,177 A ADUC X X 1, S 3402663 X 5--f I Pj fl A 0-v-5 fi LJ QQ n-- 1 ,l iff' ---4 IBFMEQQ ,air-'P fe-P 'Y .af Jil- A Wlndy Day End Of A Busy Day Aren t They Sweet Cute Couple 9 Lazy Day 54 So T1red Wha Happened I ove Smck Blues Men O War Q H : tx' 'E+ . 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Where A1 e Our Graduates Harmony Cvroxe started 1ssu1ng d1plom IS 1n the year 19 0 Almono the f1rst to receue d1plomas were V1x1anl1nebar1er who IS now 'vlrs C V MlChOD w1fe of Pr O F' 'Vhchon f 560 Youree Dr1ve bhreweport l ou1s1n1 V1w11n1s nurse at Tr1 State Hosfutal C'l1nton Holl15 IS ln arch1tect 1nd res1des 1n Sn annah Georgu bally Holmes IS now Mrs Alma Vllll mson bally llVeS on the old bmackox er lhghway and lb a hOL1SBWlfB lvhbel Russell lS the w1fc of Henry Carner a local merchant Xllen Sturg1s w1fe of Olu er M1rt1n IS a happy housew1fe and booster of our school uan1ta Dunlap w1fe ofGar11nd Gaston 1 llmber dealer l1xe5 1n So zrkman Xrkansas udson '1lbr1tton st1ll l1ve5 1n our comm ,lnlty and works at the lntern 1t1onal Piper Company M1ldred Brent IS the w1fe of udson X1br1tton a housew1fe nd has four ch11dren Rayrnon Dunlap l1xes 1n Sparkman and IS a carpenter and e1ectr1c1an Keneth Dunlap 11x es 1n our cornmumty and works at the Tnternahonal T aper Complny Xelpha Albr1tton the w1fe of Herbert Berher IIXBS at V08 -'Xrlmgton Avenue l os Xngeles Cahforma elpha IS a nurse but she has a small son to care for ind does not pr 1ct1ce now PROGRFSS S1nce our 5uper1ntendent H D Maloch came to Harmony Grove School 1n -X1gust 19 7 a great deal of progress has been made Home lconom1cs and Xgncultural departments were aporox ed bu1ld1ngs were erected 1nd eqmpped and telchers were secured for those places X mus1c room 1nd D1 mo were made ax a1lab1e for that course ind 1 teicher employed A new well was put down and a complete water and sewerage system mstalled A new pr1m1ry room has been bu1lt and eqmpped New shades hate been added All furmture has been ref1n1shed and each class room repa1nted Sewer1l 1mprox ements haue been added to the lunch room where xery nutr1t1ous me 115 are serx ed at a small cost to the pup1l Over flVe hundred books have been added to the l1brary, 1nclud1ng the latest ed1t1on of the World Book 57 A . . . 5 K 1 1 .J ., A , J , V. . . . 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' . , ' , . a . v ' v V f 7 Q ' 1 1 The Senior Trip The Senior Class trmp to New Orleans was a huge success We were there from February bth to the 22nd Our arrwal there at 3 45 A M dldn t let us get any sleep but we were dressed and ready to start out at 8 20 A M On Saturday we toured French Quarters and took a two and one half hour cruxse on the U S S Presmdent Whlle on thls tour we saw a portlon of New Orleans On Sunday we went to church and then we went to the famous Blue Room for an evenmgs entertamnment On Monday mght we were guests at a Costume Ball ln the Y W C A and also went to a parade Mardl Gras was a very excxtmng day the parade was mterestmng and the floats were beautmful We left to come home Wednesday mornmg When we got to Baton Rouge we stopped to tour the capltol and l oulsana State Unxversxty Goss lp Wonder why Reggle and Frances agreed to d1sagree'7 Sure looks lxke Buster IS beatmng Bmlly joe Clay s tlme wlth jane M1ller Bobby and Marlbeth seem to be gettmng along okay We see that Brllxe Fay and jack are stmll up to snuff joe and Elhzabeth are stmll cookmng wxth Butane Donme and Marg1e have made a New Years resolutlon Not to have over four flghts a week George Charles can t you see that Allce IS just eatmng her heart out for you Delayon has made Bobble Nell prom1se to leave a certaxn boy alone wonder who he IS7 Betty jo IS about over her mad spell caused by the Semor Trmp to New Orleans at least we hope so crazy about you M L T and B L, are stmll oercolatmg all rmght Wonder what blond headed glrl from l-l G IS crazy about Waymon Pearson from Sparkman Wonder why a certamn boy doesn t open h1s eyes to a certamn g1rl'? She msn t exactly toelng the mark are you N j 'P Wonder who has Mxss LeCroy s heart now? Loxs and ames are stxll fuedmg we see Could 1t be the fault of a certamn gxrl from Gulfport M1ss1ss1pp1 Wonder lf Mr and Mrs Maloch still enjoy a good flght after 77 years of f1ght1ng" Joyce seems to be confused by too many Samlors and Marmes Looks l1ke Mxldred IS workmng toward her M R S Degree Fay seems to be domg fme w1th a certam party from Camden Don and Faye seems to be gettmg up a pretty good case Wonder why Sam changed from a landlord to a landlady Mr S1ms flshes so much that mt IS begmnmg to sound f1shy WALSWORTH uliltundb UAIIIOIYIMYII ll 58 - X . . . g . . Rachel, why don't you give B. F. C. a chance? Can't you see that he is just . J . . . . . 13 I IAIIOHIQ. ll., U. I, A. 'fYE?X9 Q 9 4 Kb EDJ J gs E AJ ff ? Umfizm xx 12155 4? L2 'QW' M fC5,f4,g ZZ01E MN' C R 3 4 ww S Q gf: m wZ'i1z V52-,itfsfgi WE?-fgg"? QM ,211 wg W my H J M7 JMX E E 4 ' e - I M . fa., 1. 'UQ . E. 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YOUR JOHN DEERE DELAER PHONE 6 3019 CAMDEN AR KANS AS C T '-yi-.3 1 T S Warren Butcme Service PHONE6 2216 6 2755 I CAMDEN ARKANSAS INSURANCE REAL ESTATE 109 JFFFFRSON STREET I DON W HARREI BRACY HAYNIE I CAMDEN ARKANSAS Harrell-Hcaynie Agency Ouachita Equipment Co INTERNATIONAI TRUCKS FARMAII TRACTORS 804 SOUTH MAIN STREET PHONE 6786 6787 CAMDEN ARKANSAS COMPLIMENTS OF Edgar Pryor, Inc YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER PHONE 6 624 CAMDEN ARKANSAS o o I DESOTO - PLYMOUTH AUTOMOBILES o FOI TOPS IN R XDIO I ISTFNINQ1 hFI'P TUNFD TO KAMD THF VOICI' AND CHOICF OF SOUTII ARKANSAS 1450 ON YOUR DIAI COMPI IMENTS OF Lunebaruer Ture Servuce GROVER I INEBARIER SENIOR GROVER I INFBARIER JUNIOR AUTHORIZED HANKINSON TIRE TRISAD SERVICF 317 SOUTH ADAMS STRFFT CAMDFN PHONF 6 3056 ARKANSAS I Q ' 1 . J ' ' .1, - I u S CAIVIDEN ARKANSAS SEE Snow Hordwore Co. FOR PIPE PLUMBING SASH AND DOORS ELECTRIC SUPPLIES IF IT S HARDWARE SEE US CAMDEN PHONE 6 2234 ARKANSAS Srzelond Motor Co nnweresa ,ard rn your firfum P O BOX 665 CAMDEN PHONE 6684 ARKANSAS CATHEY S SPORTING GOODS It Pays To Play McGregor Goldsrrnth Athletlc Eqmpment Spec1a1 Prlces To School And Clubs F1Sh1hg And Hunhng Supphes Sport Clothes Sportsmen Headquarters Wholesale Retaxl Hubert C Cathey Clyde W Cathey 119 East Washmgton Street Camden Arkansas - - ll 1 il 7 O A ' c . . I ll il - . . . - . - . . OUACI-HTA EQUIPMENT COMPANY DeSoto and Plymouth International Truck and Farm Equipment Used Cars and Trucks Part Service 804 South Main Street Phone 6-786 Camden C E MOSELEY B1g Smxth Work Clothes Fertrlwer Feeds Seeds Farm Implements Garden Tools 219 Washlngton Arkansas Camden Cornphments Of HODNETTS HARDWARE Home Apphances Phone 6 5189 Arkansas Alflfllgf fwfm .4 ff f fill!! I K' I1 MFA!! NJ IIJ Don R1chards Clothes Jarman Shoes W11son Sportswear J 9 1 X f. K' ' fp ', ' I ,f , .dfe f 4-' ' 4 f ff 1. , Qffe .6 ou' or mmf! anzf 1 f J , f . . . Camden Men Compliments Of LEON'S SHOE STORE 's, Women's, and Chi1dren's Hosiery - Bags - Scarfs 102 West Washington Phone 6-3188 Shoes Arkansas Camden Comphments Of HORNE S DR UG STORE Prescr1pt1on Spec1a11st Phone 6 3635 Arkansas Camden Comphments Of BASEMENT BARBER SHOP Phone 6 9962 Arkansas Comphments Of McDANIEL GR OCER Y General Merchandmse Fert111zer Roofmg Gas O11 Camden Route 3 Arkansas "Come By Don't Go By" FUTRE1 L APP1 IANCF COM ANY General E.1ectr1c Am an es Gould s Home Water bystem Sparton Rad1os Box 46Q Camden Phone 6 3473 Arkansas K B HUGHEb APPT IANCVS Kelvmator Apphance Bend1x Washers 173 West Nashmgton Phone 6 9302 Camden Arkansas Comphments Of PROCTOR FURNITURE COMPANY PROCTOR FUNFRA1 HOMF' Serx1ng Ouachlta County Smce 1868 Phone 6 2108 Camden Arkansas Comphments Of HOMER 1., ANDERSON C ounty Supervlsor ul, gg-u-asain, pawn- .4 ,,, :sun ,, 'U ,4 . J . A J I "- 1 . I n C v - '. . L L , . 4 , . 4 . 4 , . ... 'Q ,A - ' YJ 1 .J V tl. M. MORRIS BUICK COMPANY "Buick Care" iw, Gxeeps Buicks Best" ' I Complete Motor Check- Up Equipment For A11 Makes Of Cars 102 East Van Buren Camden Phone 6-3447 Arkansas Comphments Of CAMDFN MOTOR COMPANY I mcoln Mercury Camden Arkansas THF' GI ASS HAT B111 Turner Camden Arkansas Compllments Of Branch Of Wmshester s Auto btores I hone 667I Xnd 66 Co-.mden Xrkxns xs CAMDEN MOTOR SUPPLY J .. .A 22 G S RLMPH C1ty Pr opertles P O Box 447 Camden Arkansas Comphments SOUTH ARKANSAS GROCER COMPANY Camden Arkansas Comphments Of MAGNESS SHOE STORE Comphments Of W. EDDISON JEFF US Camden Arkansas Farm And Timber - Oil Royalties ' Of Compliments Of WILLIAM I. PURIFOY State Representative Ouachita County THE STYLE SHOP Women s Apparel Shoes Camden Arkansas Compliments Of RIALTO SERVICE STATION And Your Lion O11 Dealer Corner Of Van Buren And Adams Camden Arkansas CORONA S BEAUTY SHOP COMMUNITY WATCH SHOP In Basement Of Located In Patrick s Young s Department Store Personal Hair Styling Watches Electrically Tested Corona Pride Elouise Blackman Free Estimates And Alma Lindsay A L andR L Newton 9 O 1 I I 9 I o o s 1 - 1-1 ' 'm ' m m 71 ILXRDWICR FU? N URI' COMPANY Camden s l ead1ng Furmture Store Maglc Chef Fr1g1da1re And Maytag Dealer 107 North Mad1S on Camden Phone 6 5561 Arkansas OUACHITA GROCER COMPANY Wholesale Phones 681 and 692 Camden Arkansas MOSELEY CLERGET FURNIT URE CO Where Your Money Buys The Most 213 East Wash1ngton Street Phone 6 5666 Camden Arkansas Comphments Of HOM ER SMIT H Esso Servxce 444 East Washxngton Camden Arkansas Quallty Prmce Two Doors West Of Post Offmce 136 West Wash1ngton Camden Arkansas COPELAND S Department Store Camden Arkansas Compllments Of MUI LIS BARBER SHOP l13 West Washmgton Camden Arkansas A OKLAHOMA TIRE AND SUPPLY co OOSTER PA Cornphrnents Of NOR MAN H UGGS Comphments Of D W GREEN Real Estate Compllments Of JOE BR OWN Manager Malco Theaters R UTH JOHNSON Complmments Of WILLIS EDDINS Manager Young s Department Store Cornphments Of A FRIEND Complmments Of DING DONG BELL Cornphments Of A FRIEND Compllments Of MILAS C REYNOLDS C omphrnents Of FLOYD HUGHES COTTAGE BEAUTY SERVICE Camden Arkansas TEEL. 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