Hickory Ridge High School - Trojan Yearbook (Hickory Ridge, AR)

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THEDA BURNETT BUSINESS MGR. . . . .CLEATUS RUTLEDGE ASS'T. B. MGR. . . . .PAT STEvENSoN GlRL'S SPORTS ED. . . .THEDA SULLINS Bov's SPORTS ED. . . . . GARv COOPER PRDPHET-HISTDRIAN . . . MAXENE CALAHAN ARTIST ...... . . . .JEWEL RooT tttltltttlltlttl I A. Sl ,J Ea.. n X. . J., V, 1 KS? ' '.. .-. ..r A., ., R wif-.. .V --rf,-.,,. A. " . J," 'V 1 V n, .,L.,. "',' I N., .1. Ja K . R. N II. -'.. . .. r- ' if Vr tf, J, In , Ai 5, ,. 'H 6.5 , 5.-. A - f:'-1 ,,:. 1 . ' - - UA.: .N .J,,'f1, :, -, ,fc V. 4 A I 2 ' 4.5:-,f,4.:,jv, 1,4 -1, , - , V fr 1. 1 1 1 ' 2 1 :, , ,MV V 1. it .-L , i . Nl: X 4 -:L .4 . . . M. 1-,U ,wV2.,2:'J:f,1:, .I V' 2.5 ,Vvgr w r ,, ., lp. -M y W ve! ' " " ' xr 1-V L J, 3 11,1-F f. , .x 4 4 ' , M.. Q' .,.w- TI, R2 Y, w.f DEDICATION llllkllillllllllllii lllllllilliillll nsootsotta l PEOPLE or THE SCHOOL DISTRICT CHOOSE REPRESENTATIVE ARE DEEPLY CONCERNED FoR THE HELFARE or ITS CHILD- qs THE BOARD or DIRECTORS. To THESE FIVE MEN VHOSE AR ABOVE, ASSEMBLED IN OFFICIAL CAPACITY, HE, THE AND FACULTY, RESPECTFULLY DEDICATE THIS l949 VOLUMN . SEATED FROM LEFI T0 RIGHT THEY ARE: GORDON D DIEBOLD, SECRETARY, MALcoLM SMITH, PRESIDENT ELBERT STEWART, AND NIGAL SLocuM. EACH YEAR THE CITIZENS wHo REN, TO sERvE OICTURES APPE STUDENT Boov OF THE TROJAN SULLINS, LLOY GENTLEMEN F THE BOARD, VE SALUTE YOU FOR THE MANY LONG HOURS OF' UNSELFISH RV-ICE YOU GIVE OF YOUR VALUABLE TIME, 18803111-ll It 3 MOTHER CARNAHAN To YOU VHOM ALL LOVE AND REVERE, So LONG OUR HE BRING THI AND FOR OUR THRU THESE Y IN SHOVING U HE LEARNED T AND FOR THE As UP UE GRE UHILE OFT V0 SURE, HE TH OUR FRIEND, HE SAY VITH As YOU LOOK ---FROM THE llllltllilt TEACHER, AND so DEAR3 S TRIBUTE or RESPECT, 'MOTHER', You ELECT, EARS You HAVE BEEN TRUE, S THE THINGS TO DOS o COUNT AND READ AND VRITE, NDBLER THINGS TO FIGHT, STRONG, FROM THE WRONG. ARE GRAND, CARNAHAN: v, BECOMING u TURNED Us NK THAT You DEAR MOTHER ALL OUR HEART: 'HELL DoNE!' TOWARD THE SETTING SUN. SCHOOL--JANUARY 3, l949. titlllttlltlitliiitttill AT THE NEH YEAR'S CHAPEL SERVICE ON JANUARY 3, A MOTION WAS MADE BY MR. CATTERTON T0 ELECT MRS. CLARE CARNAHAN AS 'SCHOOL MOTHER', SHE HAS ENTHUSIASTICALLY CHOSEN. MRS, CARNAHAN HAS LIVED AND TAUGHT IN THE HICKORY RIDGE CDM MUNITY FOR MDRE THAN A QUARTER CENTURY. SHE HAS DEVOTED HERSELF TO THE BEGINNING GRADES, HHICH MEANS THAT ALL PUPILS ENTERING THE SCHOOL DURING THESE YEARS HAVE BEEN TOUCHED BY HER INFLUENCE AND TRAINING, TRULY ALL CAN SAY HITH ENDURING LovE: 'BLESSINGS ON THEE, MOTHER CARNAHANIH . .W -'MY '-.V A :gW',,f?,f, , gm, f My H f 4312 w F332 9 I I 'Sxl ff' TILTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL i, M. M. HINESLY MARY E. JONES T. ERLE HILLARD ERMAL CATTERTON SUPERINTENDENT MA B. KIMBROUGH RUDOLPH AMANN VEE W- ELLIS HESTER JOHNSON UNA COOPER BERTHA HILLARD CLARA CARNAHAN ANNABELL SMITH ROBBIE CATTERTUN PRINCIPAL -Ayfmkgr., Q .A ,mu wmv 111 ff' SENIORS JANICE MARLENE MAXINE CLEATUS SMITH MCCLANAHAN CALLAHAN RUTLEDGE . o THEDA PAT JEWEL THEDA SULLINS STEVENSON ROOT BURNETT cooPER .1 CLASS WILL HE THE SENIOR CLASS OF I948-49, BEING WELL-GROUNDED IN BROWN FUR, AND BEING SOUNDLY AWARE OF THE INFLUENCE OF OUR SHADOWS, DO ON THIS GROUND-HOG DAY, FEBRUARY 2, I949, HEREBY HILL AND BEQUEATH AS DOTH FOLLOW: THEDA BURNETT, HER CHEERY GREETINGS TO TOM METCALF. MAXINE CALLAHAN, HER ABILITY TO WRITE POETRY TO HOWARD CALLAHAN. GARY COOPER, HIS SMILE T0 BEVERLY KENNEDY, MARLENE MCCLANAHAN, HER GIGGLE T0 LUCY HARRIS, I JEWEL RooT, HER ART-ABILITY TO WALTER DAVIS, CLEATUS ADAMS RUTLEDGE, HER HUSBAND TO ANYONE WHO WANTS HIM, JANICE SMITH, HER FIGURE T0 JOYCE LEONARD, THEDA SULLINS, HER EXTRA HAIR T0 Buzzv MARR, PAT TEAGUE STEVENSON, HER ABILITY TO LOOK AND LISTEN, BUT NOT T0 TALK, TO SHEILA PATTON, To THE STUDENT BODY HE LEAVE OUR HONESTY, GOODNESS, MERCY, MISTAKES, HARDSHIPS, AND PLEASURES, HITH THE HOPE THAT THEY VILL MAKE BETTER SENIORS THAN EVER VERE VE, To THE TEACHERS VE BEQUEATH A FOND MEMORY AND BID YOU A CHEERY GOODBYE, KNOHING THAT YOU HAVE OVERLOOKED OUR MISTAKES AND REALIZED THAT VE ARE TOO YOUNG T0 MEET THE GREAT RESPONSI- BILITIES OF LIFE, 'LAST BUT NOT LEAST', coMEs THE ScHooL BOARD TO VHOM VE HILL oUR ABILITY T0 MEET EACH NEW DAY WITH A SMILE, AND VE HOPE THAT You VILL BE ABLE T0 PROVIDE A BETTER EQUIPPED SCHOOL NEXT YEAR, OUR MARK bi . ffl THE SENIOR CLASS nv. 4? -ng! P I ' 1: W, . ,ff J 1 1. - 4 1 1 L: 5 li., -15. .-H+ ,W fm .- -VM,-Y ,, f I , i,. .. ,Y 5 L, , f - 1, 4 Y: .V .,, I A. e 1 K-, , Q., v.. . "1 Wm, .az , V , - I :- Q .. .al- . la. if ,V -172' , A. v .Qiitl ,N , Q, , -,.Yx,, ., i. '-.x . qw vxli, if :V ESQ-. .-zefn, , V 2 mi 1. 's- - . 4 , 1, ,5 , f. - . A-1. fm. V L 1 'H-. f-. .1111 CLASS HISTORY illlfilllllilll tztstt WHEN THIS CLASS MET FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE BEGINNERS' Room, SEPTEMBER, I937, IT WAS ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING DAYS OF OUR LIVES, THIS WAS THE BEGINNING OF A NEW LIFE IN WHICH THERE WERE TO BE MANY CHANGES. IN DUE TIME WE FINISHED THE FIRST GRADE AND WENT T0 THE SECOND, THEN TO THE THIRD, FOURTH, FIFTH, SIXTH, AND SEVENTH. WE DlDN'T MIND WHAT PEOPLE THOUGHT OF OUR CHILDISH WAYS, BECAUSE WE WERE ABOUT GROWN IN OUR ESTIMATION WHEN WE WERE IN THE EIGHTH AND NINTH GRADES. Bur wn-few we azcnmz Sopuomonzs, we suoozmv BEGAN TO RsAI.lzz THE GENERAL CONDITION or ouR Lives, AND BEGAN 'ro Los:-: ous? "ws Know EVERYTHING' AIRS, IT BEGAN TO DAWN UPON US THAT HAVING THE OPPOR- TUNITY TO GO TO SCHOOL AND PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE WAS ONE OF THE BEST THINGS THAT COULD HAPPEN TO US, AT LAST WE FINISHED THE TENTH AND ELEVENTH GRADES AND WERE SENIORS, Now WE REALIZED FOR THE FIRST TIME, WHAT SCHOOL HAD REALLY MEANT, AND THEN CAME THE LAST NIGHT---OUR GRADUATION NIGHT. THE GRADUATION MARCH BEGAN AND A WARM GLOW OF HAPPINESS FILLED OUR HEARTSI OUR PAST BEGAN TO UNFOLD BEFORE OUR TEAR-DIMMED EYES5 WE BEGAN TO SEE THE MISTAKES WE HAD MADE AND TO REGRET THE WLACK OF MANY THINGS WE HAD SOUGHT.' BUT AS WE SLOWLY WALKED DOWN THE AISLE, THE ACHING LONELINESS FOR THE PAST BEGAN TO RECEDE AND IN ITS PLACE APPEARED VISIONS OF A BRIGHT PROMISE AND A NEW HOPE FOR TOMORROW, SOMETHING WHISPERED THAT WE WOULD ALWAYS REMEMBER OUR SCHOOL DAYS, AND IN OUR DREAMS OF THEM, WE WOULD BE RUSHING, RUSH- ING, RUSHING AHEAD INTO THE FUTURE, TRYING TO HELP MAKE A BETTER WORLD IN WHICH ALL HANKIND COULD EXIST, OUUUUUUUIUUUUFIIUKUDU illlllillfiilt U .1 1 fs, t'. lv 1 1 1 I 6 2 tk A 7 w I 1 I ! r.. P ,I .p UNDER 33903 6 2' XX J, A A -- fzfjlf-.'-5 '-"A, ' ' 4 ff "T 'W -W" A " X 9 ...W 1 ' f MW Qf E Wm ,wi a. ,P ' , . ff 46 b ' y F, -9 ., 5' - ,,,. . Q., , ,,.v .91 A N . ,M . .V .iw ,.wY,,,, .l .l . w X V . 1 x .1 4 l ,. 1 r v , r , r -V JUNIOR CIASS HISTORY asasnonnsnaaonuannuu MR: AHANN anoosaoao ELEVEN YEARS AGO THIRTY-FIVE BOYS AND GIRLS ENTERED SCHOOL AT HICKORY RIDGE, FOR THE FIRST TIME, UNDER THE TUTELAGE OF MRS, ERNESTINE CAMPBELL, HOH EXCITING, AND YET SCARING THAT FIRST SCHOOL DAY HAS. MRS, W, M. ASHHORE HAS THEIR TEACHER THE'NEXT THO YEARS, AND ALL READY THEY FELT LIKE OLD VETERANS. Nov THEY HERE TAK- ING UP ENGLISH AND ARITHHETIC. IN THE FOURTH GRADE UNDER MRS, ELI KELLER, AND IN THE 2 FOLLOHING YEARS UNDER MRS, CLEO TROBAUGH, NEH FACES HERE APPEARING, BUT SOHE OF THEM HERE DISAPPEARING, BY THIS TIME THEY HERE PROBABLY THINKING THAT ONLY HOHEN TAUGHT SCHOOL, BUT IF SO, THEY HERE IN FOR A BIG SURPRISE, AFTER MUCH HARD HORK THEY ATTAINED HIGH SCHOOL, AND IN THE NINTH GRADE, HITH AN ENROLLMENT THAT NOH T0 ANTICIPATE THEIR THREE FINAL YEARS IN STILL sTIcKINa TO THAT OLD THEME or THEIR SOPHOMORE YEAR, AND THEY BEGIN NOH IS PAST, AND THE BEST IS YET TO COME, Now IN I949 THEY ARE JOLLY JuNIoRs, HAS THELVE, THEY BEGAN HIGH SCHOOL. HARD HORK, THEY FINISHED T0 REALIZE THAT THE HORST BUT THERE ARE ONLY ELEVEN STUDENTS IN THIS GRADE FROM AN ORIGINAL NUMBER OF THIRTY-FIVE. THE BASKETBALL SEASON IS GONE, AND NOV THE PLAYS AND BANQUETS TAKE THE SPOTLIGHT, BUT HHATEVER IS 'ON TOP', THE JUNIORS TAKE THEIR PLACE. NEXT YEAR, HHEN THEY ARE 'DIGNIFIED SENIORS,' THE ON- COMING JUNIORS HILL HAVE A BIG SPOT T0 FILL, THEN, THEY HILL HAVE REACHED THE STAGE HHERE, PERHAPS, THEY HILL NOT ONLY LOOK FORWARD, BUT STOP AND LOOK BACK, IT HAS BEEN AN AHFULLY SHORT ELEVEN YEARS llllillliilllllllil ilililill il JUNIORS Buzzv MARR PRESIDENT SHIELAH PATTON Lucv HARRIS ' Ton HETCALF BILLY HCGAUGHEY PATSY GRADY JOYCE LEONARD HOWARD CALLAHAN HERSHEL HAYNARD BEVERLY KENNEDY WALTER DAVIS RUYAL BALDWIN TENTH GRADE HISTORY saooacsusnnoossnsou HRS, JONES NINE GIRLS AND TWO BOYS CONPOSE THE PRESENT SOPHOHORE OF HICKORY RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL WHO LOOK FORWARD EAGERLY TO TH NEXT TWO YEARS, WHEN THEY CAN BE CLASSED AMONG THE ALL WISE OMNIPOTENT UPPER CLASSMEN. HAVING SUCCESSFULLY WEATHERED THE TRIALS AND TEHPESTS THEIR FRESHHAN YEAR, THESE PROHISING YDUNGSTER8 ARE FAIRLY ING WITH SOPHIBTICATIONI AND THE FACULTY NENSERS ARE SOHEWH A LOSS TO KNOW JUST WHAT TO OFFER IN THE WAY OF INSTRUCTION THE NEXT TWO YEARS. HHEN ONE CONSIDERS THE FACT THAT THESE BOYS AND GIRLS seen unntn fm: 'rufnnas or suen uusrnucrons A8 Cnnvszu., Mns ELI KELLER, Mas. 01.50 Tnosouan, Klnaaoucu Ann Mn. Geena: MILLER nor T0 Mslrrlou HIGH Scuool. FACULTY om: cm m:Auu.v unnznsnuo FAR ADVANCED IN ALL BRANCHES OF HIGHER LEARNING: , IN ART AND MUSIC THEY EXCELL, AND THEIR SPONSOR SAYS T SHE WOULD NOT TRADE THEM FOR ANY CLASS IN SCHOOL. v ,, , I A-Agn I A 1. I fu IL . E -Y il 54. 4. , I ME, , - at -5 S1 '. M4,L W': .,M - I W,.,HmwLQM .... E" , f, gg-:I "2" " ,, X, xl N :' If f':Q"f'::' ' ,iw - r my 'J " ' : J' - , ' -4 ' 'fi .52 f' ' ,'-f.."' " " f ' LUGENE LESTER NADINE BALDwlN JUANITA LEMKE EARLENE METCALF BETTY FIKES RUTH PRIBBLE Jov K. KIRKSEY SCDPHOMORES GEORGE RoAcH Vlvunn PARKER LoNA SEABAUGH PEGGY HAGLER WILLIAM BOLDEN JEAN ANN MARR JERE BEN COOPER 'iizgl ' 1 .NINTH canoe Husronv ' oodoooooaaooosaaono I MR. HINESLY A ' Hnzu Hlcxonv Rune: 5cHooL opsuco IN SEPTEMBER l940 THEH APPEAREU aaron: Has. Enuzsruue CAMPBELL AN Annnv or LITTLE Ano aunLs uno wan: ensue lnrnooucso TQ A-New voRLo. Son: of Tues: runs? annnsns vzn: venv envy son: wane sneoolue GREAT CROCODTLE 1zAns ronarusv vane Arnnuo T0 as AvAv rnon tnzin I cas. - A ' A Tues: aovs Ano annLs soon Backus Aoausrso to acuoon LIFE Ann runouou THE zrronrs or Mas. CAA szLL ruzv soon LEARHQU TW PLAY AND wonx roazruzn A8 A CLAB8 uint. YEAR uv vena Tntv Q s1nuooL:n uvvnno, upvnno unTvL rnsv ascnnz vnu? rusv Rn: noni Q Fntennsn IH Haan ScHooL. ' A FINE BUNCH THEY ARE TODIYI STILL BTRUQQLINQ T0 REACH- FINIL GOAL! BOPHIBTICATED, SENIORB. THAT ATTAINED, THEY'Vf5L DUT IH T0 THE WORLD T0 MIKE ROOM FOR 24 MORE HEI AID VUHENI vonfnv Ansnncnu Ourlzaus. , 'A f1J 1 FRANKIE Enwln MINNIE RUTH EDHISTON Gnszuvooo LEE J. F, CHARLES DoRoTHv MCCLANAHAN GEORGE PHILLIPS gww NINA RUTH BOBBY SLOCUM SLOCUM RICE JEAN KENTON ISSAC NANCE WHITE BRATCHER s.., KEN MCCLANAHAN VIRGINIA NESLER AGNES HARRIS WESLEV ROACH SUE Lonsvn HCGAUGHEY HILSQN FRESHMEN JOHN R, MARY HIE LEONARD LAVERINE COLEHAN BURNETTE WILSON IMBODEN HERSCHEL REECE VOLK NEHBY ,5 , jf - 575. fWWQ5 'NVHE ,N,Q ..-.---, 4. ... - SEVENTH GRADE FIFTH GRADE EIGHTH GRADE SIXTH GRADE THIRD GRADE yi Wm FIRST GRADE FOURTH GRADE SECOND GRADE 0 p 0 I V We L a f ,K LL , , 4 f' 11- Q. ff ' . f 452, -Sf' 'fb -:ff -awp X X cd EUGENE FETZER Q BUDDY DIEBULD Q DONALD EVANS Q PETE IMBODENQ Q REED GREENVOOD Q LLOYD LEVIS LELAND Rov WALLS EDWIN GREENVOOD. FLOYD LEvIs BOBBIE RICEQ Q Q JERRIE LEE TowNsEN JANICE DIEBDLD. . BILL ED CooPER. . 0'NEAL LEMKEQ . . LENARD RAY WILSON BUDDY WAYNE MOORE BDBBIE TDM DIEBDL BILLY SID BALDWIN Q Q D JIMMIE LEE KENNEDY HORTENCE HENDERSON JACKIE COLEMAN . BETTY RANsoM. . . ANN HICKMAN, . . BACK Row: BAND PUPILS Q Q Q Q l U l C I O Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q DQ Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q PIANO PUPILS QQQQQQQQQQQQ Q QBARITONE Q Q Q Q Q QCORNET Q Q Q Q CORNET o 0 .CORNET . . CORNET . .CoRNET . ,CORNET Q Q Q Q CORNET QTROMBONE Q TROMBONE Q Q QSAXOPHONE SAXOPHONE .CLARINET .CLARINET Q CLARINET Q CLARINET OCLARINET . CLARINET 0 n CYMBAL .BAss DRUM SNARE DRUM SNARE DRUM Q CLARINET KITTY ANN IMBDDEN, JERRIE LEE TovNsEND, NORMA JEAN VANAMAN, PEGGY Jo HAGLER, SUSIE ANN LAwERENcE, JANICE DIEBDLD, AND MRQ. CARNAHAN fTEACHERJ FRONT Row: ETTA Mo COLEMAN, RHEBA NELL PATTON, VIRGINIA PIKER, ANN HICKMAN, LOUELLA WILSON. KNEELING BOYS! Boa Ton DIEBOLD, CALVIN VANAMAN, BUDDY DIEaoLD, JERRY DALE EVANS, AND REED GREENwooD. ABSENT FROM PICTURES JEAN ANN MARR, VIVIAN RUTH PARKER, AND JUANITA LEMKE. JOURNALISH CLASS ON SEPTEMBER 6, l948, SIX STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE JOURNAL- ISM CLASS, THESE SIX STUDENTS AND THEIR SPONSOR BEGAN PUBLISH- ING A SCHOOL PAPER ITHE TROJANI, AFTER A FEW WEEKS, TWO MORE STUDENTS ENROLLED, THIS MADE A CLASS OF EIGHT. IN SPITE OF THE SMALLNESS OF THE CLASS, THEY MANAGED T0 ISSUE A GOOD SCHOOL PAPER DURING THE FIRST SEMESTER, AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SECOND SEMES- TER FIVE MORE ENROLLED. Now THERE ARE THIRTEEN IN THE CLASS, AND THEY ARE STILL WORKING VERY HARD, THEDA BURNETT, WALTER DAVIS, SHEILA PATTON, JEWEL ROOT, GEORGE ROACH, JOY KAY KIRKSEY, BETTY FIKES, BILLY MCGAUGHEY, EARLENE METCALF, LoNA SEABAUGH, JERE COOPER, PEGGY Jo HAGLER, JOYCE LEONARD, ART CLASS HISTORY nA THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER' iv, - ---- JOHN KEATS ART WAS FIRST INCLUDED IN OUR CURRICULUM LAST YEAR, ALTHOUGH IT IS ELECTIVE, IT HAS REPRESENTATIVES FROM EvERv CLASS3 AND THE PRESENT CLASS NUMBERS FOURTEEN. THESE STUDENTS MAY NEVER ACHIEVE FAME AS PAINTERS, BUT THEY WILL FIND THEIR LIVES ENRICHED IMMEASURABLY BY A FULLER UNDERSTANDING AND APPRECIATION OF THE BEAUTY WHICH SURROUNDS THEM, MEMBERS OF THE CLASS ARE: RUYAL BALDWIN, JERE BEN COOPER, WALTER DAVIS, EDWIN GREENWOODQ PEGGY Jo HAGLER, BUZZY MARR, JEAN ANN MARR, BILLY MCGAUGHEY, VIVIAN PARKER, GARY COOPER, SHEILAPATTON, JEWEL ROOT, HERSCHEL MAYNARD, AND WESLEY ROACH. BEST GIRL ATHLETE. BEST Bov ATHLETE. BEST ALL ROUND BOY BEST ALL ROUND GIR MOST POPULAR Bov . HOST POPULAR GIRL MOST HANDSOHE Bov PRETTIEST GIRL . . BIGGEST Bov PEST . BIGGEST GIRL PEST BIGGEST Bov FLIRT BIGGEST GIRL FLIRT HITTIEST Bov . . . UITTIEST GIRL . . BIGGEST CRUSH CoUP FRESHIEST FRESHHAN SILLIEST SoPHoMoRE JOLLIEST JUNIOR . MOST DIGNIFIED SEN BABIEST SEVENTH GR NOISIEST EIGHTH GR BIGGEST BLUFF . . BIGGEST BADV Bov . BIGGEST BABY GIRL HOST GIRL CRAZY MOST BOY CRAZY LAZIEST BOY - . . LAZIEST GIRL . MOST CONCEITED BEST BOY STUDENT . BEST GIRL STUDENT L 0 LE 0 WI-IO'S WHO 0 0 I a l O O IOR ADER AD Q S 0 Q Q E R U MARLENE MCCLANAHAN . . . . GARY COOPER MA .F .J .RUYAL BALDWIN . ,JANICE SMITH . . . BUZZY MARR Q .JANICE SMITH JERE BEN COOPER 4 g PATSY GRADDY JERE BEN COOPER PEGGY Jo HAGLER . ,GEORGE RDACH .JUANITA LENKE . .GARY COOPER LENE MCCLANAHAN Lucv AND GEORGE ANKIE EDMINSTON JERE BEN COOPER ERSCHEL MAYNARD . . .JEWEL RooT RE LEE TOWNSEND LARRY ROBINSON . .WALTER DAVIS . .TDM METGALF SHIRLEY METCALF . .DONALD EVANS OROTHY PHILLIPS JOHN R. COLEMAN BEVERLY KENNEDY QVIVIAN PARKER .RUYAL BALDWIN u D D 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 :JEWEL ROOT fl, is V 6 . . NS Y , S Q A . 'P' 4 if . F 1 K ' 5 , ' S if fm " .f'r'W 37 .1 ,, V f :Q x Si. . Q iq -Nw fa 1' V 2519, 'ka hfgi Ku " X 5 4 H ew H A if Eff di 'J 2 ' 41 SEN I OR BOYS IT IS TRUE THAT AS FAR AS WINNING A GREAT NUMBER OF GAMES IS CONCERNED, THEIR SEASON WOULD BE CONSIDERED PRETTY BAD, BUT THAT ISN'T ALL. ANY TEAM WILL AT ONE TIME OR AN- OTHER FIND THEMSELVES OUTMANNED BY SUPERIOR NUMBERS, HEIGHT, AND MANY OTHER FACTORS SUCH AS EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, AND CHANGING COACHES SEVERAL TIMES DURING THE SEASON. PEOPLE PUT MUCH MORE STOCK IN YOU WHERE YOU DID YOUR BEST, WHERE YOU PLAYED FAIR BUT HARD, AND OBSERVED THE RULES OF SPORTSMANSHIP, IT'S MUCH EASIER TO BE A GOOD WINNER THAN TO BE A GOOD LOSER, BUT YOU HAVE SHOWN BETTER THAN AVERAGE ABILITY T0 TAKE A DEFEAT, NO MATTER HOW GREAT, Now AFTER LOSING ONLY ONE PLAYER FROM THE TEAM, THIS YEAR'S EXPERIENCE WILL MEAN MUCH NEXT YEAR, WHEN YOU WILL AGAIN, NO DOUBT BE AMONG WINNING TEAMS: JUN I OR BOYS THE JUNIOR BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM TOOK SECOND PLACE IN THE COUNTY, LOSING TO WYNNE IN THE FINALS, AFTER HEATING A FAVORED VANNDALE TEAM IN THEIR OPENING GAME, THEY IGIT THEIR FIRST GAME IN THE DISTRICT TOURNAMENT TO A STRONG FORREST CITY TEAM, BUT THAT DEFEAT, LIKE ALL THE OTHERS HAS BY A SHALL MARGIN, THEY HAD A FINE SEASON, WITH MUCH TO BE PROUD OF, A FEV MORE BREAKS MIGHT HAVE MADE THE DIFFERENCE IN SEVERAL GAMES BUT THEY CAN LOOK FORWARD TO SEVERAL YEARS OF COMPETITION YET, AND THEY SHOULD BE PROUD OF THEIR RECORD, THE MALE THING IS TO LOOK AHEAD, TO PLAN FOR THE FUTURE IN BASKETBALL, IF THEY APPLY THEM SELVES WHOLEHEARTEDLY TO THE TASK. IT ISN'T EASY TO PRODUCE A CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM, BUT THEY HAVE A GOOD START IN THEIR OWN NATURAL ABILITIES. WHATEVER ELSE MAY BE SAID ABOUT YOU IN THE FUTURE DEPENDS LARGELY UPON 1224 SENIOR GIRLS THE TROJANETTES ENTERED THE 48 AND 49 BASKETBALL SEASON WITH GREAT INTENTIONS, BUT DUE TO SICKNESS AND LOSING PLAYERS, THEY WERE NOT AS SUCCESSFUL AS EXPECTED, THEY WON II GAMES OUT OF 20. JUNIOR,GIRLS THE BABY TROJANETTES HERE NOT TOO SUCCESSFUL THIS YEAR, HOWEVER, THEY VON ABOUT ONE-FOURTH OF THEIR GAMES, BUT JUST WATCH THEM FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS, I KENTON WHITE JOHN R. COLEMAN FAYE BALDWIN ELIZABETH COLEMAN LAVERINE 'MBODEN THE TEAM JIMMY KENNEDY KEN MCCLANAHAN lSAAc BRATCHER DON EVANS BUDDY SVINDLE CoAcH RUDOLPH AMANN FRANKIE EDMINSTON GEORGE GLASS JEAN SMITH JEAN VANAMAN in ,. ,N 5gjNg3UE 4 -A 'Y' , A ,VII .S.mwwH v S Iywf ' kRfRIT QU 'E EI 5 Q'?,f1 E-5 V Q 5' ' 2 W W. , 73, I . VRAZAAAM ' ,W:L.Qi:l I COACH COACH RUDOLPH AMANN GARY COOPER BILLY MCGAUGHEY JERE BEN COOPER GEORGE RoAcH RUYAL BALDWIN RUDOLPH ERMAL CATTERTON SHIRLEY METCALF ERMAL CATTERTON JEAN NANCE 48-49 MARY MAE BURNETT ' SUE MCGAUGHEY NINA SLOCUM MINNIE RUTH LEE JEAN DALLAS LoRETTA WILSON LAVERINE IMBODEN DON EVANS KEN MCCLANAHAN KENTON WHITE JOHN R. COLEMAN JIMMY JEFFERS BUZZY MARR WALTER DAVIS AT RIGHT, RUYAL BALDWIN RUDOLPH AMANN WALTER DAVIS BILLY MCGAUGHEY REST or THE BOYS NOT SHOWN. BUDDY SWINDLE RAY CALLAHAN RUDOLPH AMANN FRANKIE EDMINSTON HESLEY ROACH GEORGE GLASS 4+-, 'M ' 1 Q f 1' 'f2,,, 4 . ,X A PJ wg J , 235 X 'xx ' 2 E 3 N ,- - V Q , .,,.a. .:f,,,'f, 5 K " 1, fr- 7 HICKORY RIDGE GRAIN DRIING COOPERATIVE subsidiary of The Arkansas Rice Growers Cooperative Main Office Stuttgart, Arkansas To The Senior Class of 1949 Yours for the growing of more and better Rice- Buh first, 1et's grow some boys and girls so nic That they'l1 be better than 'puppy dog tails' or Wpepper and spioen. il'iiiiklllil'l'iil-ill'-lilliiiil iiiiili-llillll-iii!! 1 9 , .4 . -- - ,m,zg:,4:,"""' 'sv '- ' QJ9 1 ' f ...-.. -.... .. . . Ia..-:vc 5--':" .'f... .'v- .-A iw - -- . AMY. . en. J-4 u . ' . In - xi' 5' P51411 Sec?-7?-tfs. fvqf 1Ec75,91 r f . -. .. - ww- . I . .I ... .. - nn- . . . . . - . - -- ......a..........-..-I.-flu--... .JMX , ' .. compliments of CROSS COUNTY OFFICIALS Wynne, Arkansas iiliiiiiliillliiilil To The Class of 1949 illllilllllkliiillii Cross County needs good men and strong, To face the Problems of Todayg with purpose True to fight the wrong, And see that ALL, the Law obey liiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiil iiiillliiiil iii! T I 3 . IJ' - .M ....,. .. -.. r.. W. --'.-...v 1. 'H'-"1-'1l""'i ' " .-....,...,,,"a ' . . l..a.u11! 0' n1.n .. 1' .... UQ4zffif .. .n ,. ,,-, .,.,,,,. ..--.4 f compliments of THE STAR-PROGRESS Your County Paper liillliiiililiiii The moving Finger writesg and, having writ, Moves ony nor all your Piety nor Wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a line, Nor all your tears wash out a word of it. ---The Rubaiyat. liiiiiillllliiiil When out across Life's Sea, You view your setting Sun, May all your Pages be Good News of Deeds well done! lliiiillliiiillil o ,,o, ,,oy,a. ,. ,.,.a g a.., THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Wynne, Arkansas l"l'l"l"l'l"l"l"l"l"l"l"l"l"l'l"l"l"l"l To The Class of 1949 'l-'l"l'l"l"ll'll"I'l'l-l-l'l-'l"l--l--l"Il A Penny saved is Two-pence clearg A Pin a Day is a Groat a Year. For Age and Want save while you mayg No Morning Sun lasts a whole Day. Hide not your Talents, they for use were madeg What's a Sun-dial in the shade? ---B. Franklin. uxxwnaxwxxuxxxixxxxa l'l"l'-l"l"l"l-li'l"K"l'l' iii! -hh""-1 .,... ff . .......- X ...- - .... 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An investment in Knowledge always pays the best interest. ---Benjamin Franklin This is the reason why we are striving to add more buildings and equipment to our School Plant. Faithfully Yours, THE SCHOOL BOARD 11111111 1111 11 lin 1 compliments of HICKORY RIDGE DRUG STORE xxxsxxxxxaxxxxxxxx Jails and Prisons are complements of schoolsg so many less as you have of the latter, so many more must you have of the former. ---Horace Mann 111111111 Therefore, we say: Let us build more Schools. Dr. R. L. Hickman IKE'S CAFE Home Cooking Hickory Ridge SHAW and HOUSE Welding Service Grain Carts -Relifts Hickory Ridge POLAND and USERY FURNITURE E HARDWARE tannins Hickory Ridge HOYLE McFADDEN Service Sta, FLATS - GAS - OIL fissure Hickory Ridge M. 8 G. GROCERY Q MARKET fisifainnfuxunxxxxnxuxax The Self-Service Gash Store Cflheaper for Cash, iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii iii! THE HICKORY THEATRE uiauiiafiuxxxxfxalx We Hope To Please GOODART BROTHERS iiixxxuxxaxixsxni L-E-L-A-N-D W-A-L-L nsssixuaxawxixrixuuun WRETAILERW The Best People On Earth Trade Here Hickory Ridge TILLER TIE sg LUMBER co., Inc. iiiiiiiiliiiiiiiliiiiiiiiill! Railroad Gross Ties And Lumber Little Rock, Arkansas H. L. BAKER slfiaaasxii Esso Dealer Hickory Ridge CLIFF VANANAN aifuiiixxiini Esso Service Sta. General Repair Work Hiskory Ridge e SCHULZE GARAGE friiinififniiii Charley Schulze Hickory Ridge GROVER GRAFF iixfiiixiixii General Merchandise Tilton, Ark. UYNHE TOGGERY iiiniiiiiiiss Clothes For Men Wynne, Ark. GULF SERVICE STA. fliuniisiiiixxuif GULF PRODUCTS Tires-Batteries-Accessories Wynne, Ark. A. P. TEAGUE fafiiisfsiiii JEWELER Wynne, Ark. FIRESTONE HOME 8 AUTO SUPPLIES Latest in Popular Records Wynne, Ark. MYER'S MERCANTILE COMPANY Dry Goods--C1othing--Shoes--Furnishings Wynne, Arkansas DODD'S RECAPPING TIRE SERVICE 1001 Crude Rubber Used TRUCK 8 PASSENGER TIRES CAPPED Wynne, Arkansas THE HUB iii!!-iiiif Hilliard's Bargain Basement Wynne, Arkansas STUTTS DRUG STORE ixuilauuxxnxuxxux Rexall Drugs Wynne, Arkansas WYNNE LAUNDRY CLEANERS xxnwxxxxxxxxxxxauuxxnx All Work Guaranteed Phone 77 MURRY CHEVROLET CO. ixnixuuxnxxnuxuauuu Oldsmobile Service Wynne, Arkansas Kelvinator Refrigerator ------- Apex Washers HODGES HARDWARE Q FURNITURE CO. newnexusxuxxxxuuxxixxxxxxnauuxxx Everything For The Home Q Farm Wynne, Arkansas compliments of STANDLEY'S saxxnnxwua Wynne, Arkansas HAMRIGK BROTHERS if-K-424931--X"!i4Ei'c'X-iS4S4i'!i-iii? Hardware 8 Furniture G.E. Appliances Wynne, Arkansas WAFFLE SHOP suuwwxxxxxx Oysters ---- Steaks Our Specialty COpen Till 121 Wynne, Arkansas BORNSTEIN'S STORE xuxnuaxxxwxxxxuux General Merchandise Wynne, Arkansas nHIWAY CAFEH ixuiuuxxau JOYCE 5 FRANK'S PLACE DOW'S Q BILL'S CAFE uuwuxxiuuskxxxnnxxx Plate Lunch--DriDkS Plate Lunch-Cold Drinks Short Orders Weiner, Arkansas Ice Cream Fisher, Arkansas 'v PAUL MURRY BERTHA DODD iiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiii Sporting Goods INURANCE-REAL ESTATE Wynne,Arkansas Wynne, Arkansas FALL EQUIPMENT CO. kiiiiiliiiiiiiikii Harvester-Allis-Chalmers Authorized Dealer Parts-Service-Implements Wynne, Arkansas NCurleen NChampH Hats HBetty Rosen Suits Q Top Coats Suits Q Coats nCOLLIN'S DEPARTMENT STOREH swanxnnaswsxunnwsxfxxxawx Where Shoes Are Fitted By X-Ray UFiskH SATISFACTIGN HUST BE YOURS HMitziN Hats Frocks nMark Twainn nBatesn Dress-Sport Shirts Complete Piece Goods UTom Sawyern HPoll Parrotu Apparel For Real Boys Shoes-Boys Q Girls We Feature Nationally Advertised Lines Xikikikiifkiikiiiiiiiiikiiifiiikiiikii iiliikiiiikiiikkki Nikki! STUCK BROTHERS VOWELS lisuxunlliusuu printers l'll"ll'l"liii-H'-I LUMBER OFFICE-SCHOOL-ART supplies JONESBORO 325 Church JONESBORO When In Jonesboro Eat At CASTETTER'S ART SHOP iiiliiiiiiilililliiiilil MOJ. FOX iiiliiii LAPE'S 409 S. Main iiiiil JONESBORO On The Court Square fffffffif iiiiiiiiiiiiikiillli JONESBORO GROCERI COMPANY liliillllliiiiiiiliiii!!! Wholesale Distributors GRAND PRIZE AND TASTE GOOD FOODS HARRIS OFFICE MACHINE COMPANY QRepresentativeD asefaeaeeeseasefaeeeafaeeeasaa-as REMINGTON-RAND TYPEWRITERS JONESBORO xuxxxxxni ? WE THREE CAFE nnnuiuuuuuuux Bobbie Smith-owners-Y.Charlesworth Wwhere The Elite Eatn Wynne, Arkansas Mrs SODA GRILL AND FOUNTAIN iuniunniuauxinauxxuxiux . Frances Delashmit-owners-W.D Home-Cooked Foods Wynne, Arkansas .Marlin WYNNE LUMBER COMPANY nixaixiiixafxininuuu Jas. L. Gardner, Manager Build A Home First and Maintain It -li!!-ifiiiiil--N-E 'll'-l'-X'-l"lf'll' as WYNNE WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. sawnsuuixuuisxxwuxxiiffuuxu Taste Good G Grand Prize Food Products Distributors of Peacock Flour uiiunixuxuxsuauauxxhxaxiixiui I, I MAYBERRY SERVICE STATION xauiniixuuiiiuxaixxneaxa Mobilgas ---- Mobiloil Your Friendly Magolin Dealer Hickory Ridge PETERSON CLINIC uiwurxxuxuuxuxx Dr. Jgwg Lamb, M.D. Dr. O.P. Garnar, M.D. Mrs. T. A. Peterson, Superintendent Wynne, Arkansas WE WISH TO THANK OUR ADVERTISERS FOR THEIR CONTRIBUTION TOWARD THE PUBLICATION OF THIS ANNUAL N THE STAFFN Your yearboolc is a slore of rreasured memories. The off repealed lhrill of recolleciion which accompanies each new search Jrhrough iis pages will many limes repay you for The care and consideralion which has gone info ifs crea- lion. We are proud of The parf we have had in preserving "+reasurecl memories" in I94-9 Annuals for more Than IIOO Colleges and High Schools in sevenreen Sfales. 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