Hillcrest High School - Valhalla Yearbook (Memphis, TN)
- Class of 1963
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Since the Norse glorified warfare, they believed that those who died in
battle would be borne immediately to Valhalla, "the hall of the slain. " In
their Valhalla the warriors fought one another all day. At night, their wounds
would be miraculously healed, and they banqueted in preparation for another
day's fight. This was the Norse idea of heaven.
As the Valhalla was the heaven of the Vikings, we, the annual staff, sin-
cerely hope this book will be your heaven of memories both now and forever-
In the past several years many individuals and organizations have envisioned a
dream which is approaching fulfillment. That dream was Hillcrest. The creation of
such a great institution of learning had to receive much careful consideration because
Hillcrest was to be a symbol of all that was good and great.
The Tennessee State Board of Education initiated the idea and was ably aided in
preparing for the introduction of the new school by the Shelby County Board of Education
under the leadership of Mr. George Barnes and by the Shelby County Court. After the
initial plans were adopted, Mr. West Livaudais was asked to design our main building,
and Mr. George Mahoney was requested to draw plans for our gymnasium. Mr. P. W.
Jameson then began the actual construction of Hillcrest.
At last the dream became a realityg however, many people realized that much
was needed other thana building to havea truly great institution of learning. A Parent-
Teacher Association was organized and has been led during this year by Mrs. Ben Mc-
Ewen. The Boosters Club gave many hours in making the school successful as did Mr.
Joe Helms and the Kiwanis Club in organizing a safety patrol. Through the help of the
Gideons,' spiritual guidance was brought to Hillcrest.
Hillcrest has now been in operation for one school year. We, the students, are
extremely proud of our school and are certain that Hillcrest will always go upward and
onward to greater and greater heights.
To all those who helped to make Hillcrest what it is today and what it will be in
the future, we, the annual staff, dedicate the 1963 Valhalla.
MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THINGS .
our first football team
long trudges to the gym . . .
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exercises in gym class
the long hour in study hall
encounters with Fanny Burns .
lunch period . . . our favorite
time of day . . .
happiness after team victories
confusion between classes . .
relief that another school day
Between the covers of this, the first Annual of Hillcrest High School, we find images and words
which will become increasingly cherished as the years roll by. We see herein, too, the results
of much hard work and conscientious team effort on the part of the annual staff.
The only original faculty and student body of this school are shown and listed, every member of
which is contributing to make Hillcrest a school of outstanding quality and one in which inspi-
ration and aspiration work hand-in-hand with perspiration.
Hillcrest's basic aims are devoted to the encouragement of academic excellence, the dignifying
of hard work, the upgrading of the concept of mental and physical fitness, the elevation of moral
values and citizenship training, and many others. Suffice it to say that all of us tend to mold
ourselves into the image of that which we treasure most. Look at your own image imprinted on
these pages, then let your mind transform yourimage into what you WANT it to be some day. Then
ask yourself, "What is it that I treasure most?" Whatever the answer, may the image always be
worthy of the faith and effort that you apply in bringing it to reality.
lmages?? Words?? Whatever you - and Hillcrest - become is largely in your hands. This is
your foremost challenge.
MR. ZED AYDELOTT MR. CARTER BROWN MR. W. A. CHANDLER
Science, English, Algebra Physical Education, Science
"Are you with me?" Arithmetic "Possibly. "
"Attention! Move! 1,2,3,4."
MR. THOMAS W. CONNER MRS. CECILE J. GASTON MRS. SYLVIA B. LITTLE
Arithmetic, Spelling English, Reading English
"Grab your ankle. " "Let's be listening. " "Practices 2, 3,4 . .
MRS. JO ANN MARABLE MISS GERALDINE NEVILLE MRS. ELIZABETH 'NORTHCUTT
Social Studies, Art, Music English, Reading Latin, English
"Shut up! I ! " "Trivial, " "Get quiet or leave
MISS MARGARET PAYNE MRS. MARY B. PITTMAN MR. ADOLPH O. RICHTER
Guidance Counselor Home Economics Social Studies, Art, Music
"All right, who's next?" "Girls! Feet on the "Haf 'a sheet 'a
floor! " paper. "
MR. RICHARD LARRY RUSSELL
Science, Health, Physical
"Shut up and sit down. "
MRS. 'BETTIE GODFREY
"I can see out of
the back of my head. "
"Just remember Arthur. "
MRS. DOROTHY THOMAS MRS. SENAH WELLS
"Wel1, so much for that. " "Entirely too much
MRS. FRANCES SUMMERS
"Roll call! Number off. "
MR. EDWARD R. STEVENS
MR. HENRY ZURHELLEN
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warning bell. "
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Jeanne Woods Carolyn Raines Sherry Webb Peggy Couch Gail Swindler
Marie Smith Linda Boydston
Editor Associate Editor
Mrs. Sylvia Little
The Valkyrie staff works diligently to meet each deadline.
Vicki Cawein Mr. Henry Zurhellen
Pam I-Iassler Billy Leigh
Mary Jane Stricklin
Home Room News
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Our school is fortunate to have this Club of Music to supply us with beautiful musical
programs. This Club of Music was composed this year of ninth grade students.
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Many seventh and eighth grade students take part in the Chorus. Beautiful music is
heard while they practice.
Library Staff -
FIRST ROW: Hillhouse, Minton, Boydston, Smith, Lightbody, Hanna,
Wilkins, Reiter, Fanning, Delashmit, Menke, Calkins, Hassler.
SECOND ROW: White, Melvin, Cato, Cross, Johnson, Harrison, Hart, Robert Chumney
Phillips, James, Godwin, Chumney, Cantrell, Blurton, Russell, Can- Mr. Librarian
Putting safety first are Thomas Morris, Milton Hall, Gary Jones, George Gates, John Holt,
Duncan Morris, Benny Mansker.
These students are of service to our school office each day. Left to right they are as follows:
Daniel Joe, Sharon Coulson, Vicki Cawein, Ann Parker, Yvonne Cobb, Becky Obenauf, Cissy
Turman, and Toni Traylor.
Aiding the Guidance Office are the following students: FRONT ROW: V. Cawein, M. Bell, J
McComb, G. Lowery, P. Freeman. SECOND ROW: T. Watson, D. Hire, C. Billings, B.
Leigh, C. Peyton, G. Johns, J. Birmingham, J. O'Danie1s, J. Young.
Members of the Hi-Y Club are as follows: FIRST ROW: Clayton Williams, Ronnie Joyner,
Kenny Prewett, Fred Perkins, Johnny O'Daniels, Jack Smithmier. SECOND ROW: Charles
Gilbert, Phillip Rogers, Dennis McCollum, Bill Coleman, Bill Bradick, Jimmy Young, Havis
Chambers, David Croom, David Sills. THIRD ROW: Mike Johnson, Steve Durr, Ronny Eades
Cully Powell, Richard Woodall.
Seventh and eighth grade girls are members of the Y-Teens. They have as their purpose the
promotion of Christian ideals.
Mrs. Alice Roberson, Mrs. Frances Roach, and Mrs. Wanda Walker prepare delicious food for
us each day.
-Mr. James R. Porter-
Our custodians make
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FIRST ROW: J. Young, V. Verner, J. Birmingham, T. Watson, A. Houts, D. Joe, D. Hire,
S. Lewis, B. Bradick, D. Young. SECOND ROW: H. Chambers, M. James, T. Keywood, C.
Oswalt, B. Coleman, C. Billings, R. Stewart, J. Parsons, R. Howell, T. Ferrell, T. Keckler
THIRD ROW: D. Rhea, F. Fowler, T. Denson, S. Howell, D. C. Kolwyck, D. Wilder, P.
Wade, D. McCollum, J. Feathers, B. Mills, F. Perkins, K. Prewett, Coach Brown.
Havis Chambers Jimmy Young
CO-Captam Coach Carter Brown Co-Captain
Awaiting their chance.
MUS must punt in the game at MUS.
Hillcrest O Whitehaven
Hillcrest 28 Bartlett
Hillcrest 28 MUS
Hillcrest 19 Germantown
Going for a touchdown in the MUS game
STANDING: P. Rogers, S. Howell, V. Verner, J. Young, F. Moore, D. Young, I. Jenkins
T. Watson, J. Feathers, M. Sturgeon, Coach Brown. SITTING: R. Joyner, T. Whiteaker,
VOD VSYHSI' Coach Carter Brown
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Dale Ann Maves Linda Heath
Pat Freeman Susan Jennings Kathy Garrett Betty Lawrence
jane McComb Cindy Yost Suzanne Cargill Lynn Fanning
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Phone EX 7-5231
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Cash and Carry
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Tailors - Men's Wear
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Best Wishes to Hillcrest High School
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