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MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THINGS .
our first football team
long trudges to the gym . . .
.Arla , my
exercises in gym class
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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.
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the long hour in study hall
encounters with Fanny Burns .
lunch period . . . our favorite
time of day . . .
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