Millington High School - Trojan Yearbook (Millington, TN)

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'si- f - .l- Y -It -r - v Y Y - i-- - 1- 3- bjx - Nea ITQMAA IIMMIE OATES CAROLE SLEIPNESS Math Club 45 Be-ta Club 3, 45 Trojan Staff 45 Mfliflrette 3, 4: Class Secretary 3, 4: MCIU1 Class President 3, 4. Club 45 Annual Stall 45 School Queen 45 Cotton Carnival 4. EL SS UPPIEEHS ANNIE BECKHAM ALEXANDER Class President l5 4-H Club l, 25 Be Club 45 Class Treasurer. IOE WILSON Football, Captain 45 All-County Football 45 Most Valuable Player Cfootballl 45 M Club 3, 45 M Club President 45 Class Vice Presi- dent 4' Annual Statt 4- Baseball 3 4 it 5 SHIRLEY WORTH!-XM Bcxnd l, 25 Chorus Presrdem 3, Home Lf: Clur, I BERIXUCE GENE ELLIS Chorus 4, Math Club 4 CARROL OWEN M Club 4, FFA. 2, 3, 4g Club S J: rt Arms 4. NICK GARY Football 45 FFA 2, Arlrzufxl Stull 4, Agrzcl l u Class, Trecmumr 4 571 Y X 51. De-LORES ROBHRSON Portclqevillc, Mutfsourz PU: 1 l QI ' Chorus and Gloe Club l, 7 3 4, G1 alto 3, EVELYN GANN CASS WATSKO Moorestown High School Bofskolbfnll l, lflzllmg- ton High School Moth Club Trcrxsurcr 4, Annual 4 Stall 45 Chorus 35 Red Cross Hepre43or1tc1t1ve MARGARET WOREL Bm Club 35 4 WILSON GOSS Moth Club 45 Bond l, 25 3, 45 Bond, Vlre Prom dent 4. is BILL REED Math Club, President 45 Bela Club 3, 4, Beta Club Treasurer 4, Armucll Stull 4, ALMA IEAN MONTGOMERY Home EC. Club l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3,4 in 'F BARBARA EAST MCAFEE l'lOme EC. l, 2, 3, 4 FLOYD DILWORTH F,F.A. l, 2, 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Math Club Reporter, Annual Stall 4. OSCAR MOSER Malh Club 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Annual Co-Edi- tor 4. VERNETTA MILLER Trojan Staff 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Math Club 4 Home Ec. Club l, 4. 'if HAROLD OWEN otbcxll 1, 2, 3, 4, PPA, 1, 2, 3, 4-H C IO ANN TATE Sikeston High School: Home EC. Club lg Milling- ton High School: Annual Typisl 4, Beta Club 4 'Bin RACHEL LAUGHLIN Be-to Club 3, 45 Trojan Stuff 4, SHIRLEY RAST Home Ec. Club l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 45 Home Ec. Club Song Leader 3. NELL BROCKWELL Dyersburg High School: Basketball lg Chorus Z. PETER PECK Ocxk Harbor High Schoolg Truck 35 Millington High Schoolg Math Club 4. BONNIE COOK Point Loma High: Home EC. Club 2. CHUCK MASSEY F.F.A. Z, 3, 4. INEZ WILSON Home EC. Club 4 NELL CRAIN Bela Club 45 Home Ec. Club 15 Cheerleader 3, 4. MARY ANN SIMPSON F.H.A. l, 25 4-H Club 1, 25 Math Club 45 Betcz Club 3, 45 Trojcm Staff 4. WILLIFORD ROBERSON F.F.A. 2 'Fw- -gr ,.,4-3'- ,i..u'fff IOY BRYAN Beta Club 4: Chorus 2, 3, RICHARD LOFT FFA 1, 2, 3, 4g FFA, Treasurer 4g F County Trccrsurcr 4. 4 DONALD I-IINES Football 4g FFA, Vice Presrderrt 45 FFA. l 4g Belo Club 4. J B'LOU HOWARD Student Council 2, 35 Math Club 45 Beta Club 3, 45 Trojan Staff 35 Troian Stalt, Co-Editor 45 An- nual Staff 45 Football Queen 45 Chorus 35 Cot- ton Carnival Floor Committee 2. if BETTY IO PERCER Home EC. Club l, 45 Home EC. Club Reporter 45 4-H Club lp Band 15 Chorus 3. RICHARD REAGH East High School Sgt. ROTC 35 Spanish Club 35 Student Government lg Millington High School: Annual Staff 4, A! A BILLY MCFARLAND F F A, lg 4-H 1 6 gg ALLEN HANNAH Band l ANN HILL Home EC. Club, Vice President 3g Home Ec. Club Secretory 4g Cheerleader l. CAROLYN DENTON Beta Club 3, 45 Trojan Staff 2, 3, 4g Student Council 2, 4. BETTY IOYNER Muntord, Tennessee: Home EC. Clubg Basketball 1, 2. IAMES MONTGOMERY F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4. i fp. ,fl rw, .54 M, j, 1 ff GENE SMITH Track Team 3, 4 BETTY BOGUE CHARMAINE TIMS East Highg Duchess in Cotton Ccxrnivcxl 35 Ollx cers-Sponsors Club 35 ROTC. Sponsor 3, Com merciczl Club 35 Cheerleader 3. STELLA GOLDSBY Home Ec. Club l. 'N HERBERT BLACK Basketball Z. CARL WHITLOCK FFA, 2, 3, 45 Math Club 4 IRA HOBBS FFA 1, 2g Tro1c1n Staff 4 IO ANN BOWEN Beta Club 3, 4. SIBYL WINTERS Band 3, 45 Bond Secretary 4 BET BAILEY Beta Club 3, 45 Math Club 45 DAR. Representa- tive 45 Trojan Staff 35 Trojan Staff, Co-Editor 45 Annual Co-Editor 45 Student Council 35 Student Council Chairman 45 Chorus 35 Cotton Carnival Floor Committee 4. ELENA LAWLER Math Club 45 Beta Club 4. DICKIE BOWAN .A. l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball BOBBY HUBER Football 4g Band l, 2, 3. LeBERTA MELTON Beta Club 3, 45 Math Club, Secretary 45 Trolan Typist 45 Class Secretary 25 Chorus 35 Girls' State 35 Red Cross Counselor 4g Cotton Carnival, Lady-in-Waiting 2g Grand Lady-in4Waiting in the City and County 2, RENE THOMAS Home Ec. Club l, 45 Band lg Trojan Staff 25 Math Club 45 Beta Club 3, 4g Annual Staff 4g Cheer- leader 2, 3g Cheerleader Captain 45 Chorus 3. ELOISE TICER Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 3, 4. MERLE HENDERSON Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Bond Librarian 4, Home E Club l, 2. DAN IOHNSON Betcx Club 4, FFA. l, 2, 3, 4, PFA. President 4 BETTYE IOYCE BRADFORD Chorus 3, 4. 'if KIT EVERETT RHODES PPA. 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 3 THOMAS MUSIC F.F.A. l, 4g Baseball l, 4, Track 4, Trojan Staff 4 Football 4, Basketball 4. MARIE PICKENS Beta Club 3, 4. BETTY JEAN REED E KENNETH CHILDRESS Band 2, 3. V4.7 .Ag L MARGARET IONES IAMES E. JONES 4-H Club l, 2, 3, 4, 4-H Horor Club 1? 4 -l H Club Treasurer 3 IR' fum? lg uuuf C V , l FRANK GROSIEAN Class President 21 Class Treasurer 3, Co-Cap tain ol Football Team 3, Baseball 2, 3. we ,Zola ec? Here we give you a glimpse of "Alumni Alley" in a l96l edition of the Trojan: Herbert Black's brief bid to fame as a succes- sor to Georgeous George came to a sudden halt when it was discovered he was getting prema- turely bald-wigs just aren't practical things to use while wrestling. Dan Iohnson and Dickie Bowman, our two lum- berjacks, are happy at their job as point-sharpen- ers in a toothpick factory. After receiving his degree in engineering we found Chuck Massey a very successful Fuller Brush Man. As our teachers always say, "There's nothing like a college education to further one's career." "Possilutely" nothing. Billy McFarland's air force career was slightly reversed. He "forces air" into tires at the Pure Oil Station. Like Chuck, Richard Loft has also found an en- gineering degree "indispensible" in his chosed field. On sunny afternoons you'll probably hear him calling "All Aboard!" for the Kiddie Kar Rail- way at the Overton Park Zoo. While checking back through the 1951 records, we found several girls aspired to be nurses. They came at least close to their ambitions at any rate. They were: Stella Goldsby, Margaret Iones, Bettye Bradford, and Betty Reed. Stella, we found as an assistant in a Dog and Cat Clinic on Lamar. Bettye raises white mice for laboratory research. We discovered Margaret nursing six children fall her own in stair-step orderl. And surprise! sur- prise! Betty Reed actually got to be a pill-pusher. Her life turned out just as she had planned- boring, aint it? Ira Hobbs found that a bookkeeping job can be very profitable. He's doing a landslide business as a bookie for The Santa Anita Race Track. You know one of those extina things since the "Kefauver hearings." Pete' Peck's naval officer career took a drastic change-he's still wondering how the switch came about. We found him picking up cigarette butts as a private in the army. "Step right up, ladies and gents, see the big- gest little show on earth!" Yep, that voice is fa- miliar. Our inquiring reporter discovered none other than Millingbone High Alumnus, Iames E. Iones still exercising his gift of gab-this time for money. A Harold Owen's political formula hit an unex- pected snag. His "Haberdashery" shop has been a success! He is now desperately taking piano lessons and frantically humming the "Missouri Waltz." Bill Reed tried to join the Navy to "see the sea" but somehow ended up by being a swimming instructor at the Y.M.C.A. Iimmie Oates' desire to stay a civilian was so intense that we weren't surprised to find him in- dustriously chipping away on his rockpile-a conscientious objector. Carole Sleipness went to England to be a WREN, but her plan backfired slightly. She's the blonde barmaid in the Blue Lion Pub. We're very proud to report on Ann Hill, since she's very serious in her work for humanity. She plays the bass drum on the street corner for the Salvation Army Band. Carolyn Denton and Rachel Laughlin eventual- ly abandoned their chorus girl and modeling ca- reers. Somewhere along the line Mr. Bill musta' inspired them. So instead of fluttering hearts on Broadway, they are administering knowledge to our local cherubs. Yeah, they're leaving their mark on posterity-through the seat of a pair of levis with a paddle. tShades of Mr. Billl. Oscar Moser, mining engineer, sells coal scut- tles at Sears and Roebuck. Shirley Wortham's exploring career is a never- ceasing job. Day by day she trips along the many twisted paths as a guide in Mammoth Cave. Office work apparently appealed to Barbara Rast McAfee 'way back in 1951. Instead of cutting stencils, you'll find her hanging diapers on the line. Now we come to those inevitable "lap-sitters:" Eloise Ticer has become so efficient as secretary to a Broadway producer, that shenow takes the bicarb for her boss's ulcers, Betty Ioyner now has her own school to teach potential pencil pushers how to perch prettily on the boss's knee, Bonnie Cook quit raising her eyebrows over the odd jobs expected of a secretary. Iobs from making formu- las for baby chimpanzees to playing nursemaici to a sick rattlesnake, are all in a day's work as secretary in the Memphis Zoo. Ioann Bowen, model, wows television au- diences as the dancing "Old Gold Package." Wonder if the boys in the class of '51 appreciated her gams. Interesting thought, hmmmmmm. We found that missionary-minded Annie Beck- am and Ioann Tate are the co-founders of a haven for the backwash in the Bowery. Inez Wilson, who wished to be a florist, makes her little spot of earth beautiful everyday. She raises pansies in her window-box at the Old Maid's Home. Air-minded Floyd Dilworth once decided to be a pilot and we must admit he didn't stray too far from his ambition. At the present he tests parachutes for the Hobday Silk Company. Of course, if your parachute doesn't open lately, you can always blame it on Dilworth! Ten years after their graduation only proved that Charmaine Tims and Margaret Worel are still suffering from lack of ambition. They finally drifted into becoming female hobos. Our pianist, Laberta Melton, exercises her pa- tience three times a week here at school. She teaches piano in Miss Sigler's place now. Sybil Winters has been very successful in her musical career. You can tune in on "Club 15" any night now and her her beating out with some real hep jazz with Bob Crosby. DeLores Roberson was able to retire from her modeling job after writing a testimonial entitled, "What Hadacol has done for me." Wilson Goss thought clarinet playing would be his "ways and means," but now he blows up balloons for the weather bureau. Iames Montgomery, the A-1 farmer, cultivates the soil faithfully each day. He digs ditches for the county road crew. Frank Grosjean's pro-baseball aspirations real- ly led him to the big leagues. He coaches that sensational team called the Kerrville Red Sox. B'Io Percer is literally zooming in her field as a jet pilot. Next week she'll pilot the first ex- pedition to Mars. For years we've wondered just what type of person it takes to give with those drafted sing- ing commercials. Well, boys and girls, now we know. The next time you hear "D-U-Z, D-U-Z, put Duz in you blah blah blah-" it'll be the melod- ious voice of Ioy Bryan. After reading about the "basketball fix" in New York, Ioe Wilson and Bobby Huber decided to really get into the big money by going into professional sports. This didn't pay as well as they were led to believe, so they made a slight change. Now they're pro-cheerleaders. Carl Whitlock, who was always the electrician and mechanic expert, feels at home as stock boy for Western Auto. Marie Pickens was always interested in the florist business. Those concerned can find her at 4:00 on Saturday morning at the Curb Market. She and her husband run a truck farm in Frayser. Kenneth Childress, a carpenter supreme, fills a very pressing need. He builds dog-houses-Why hasn't anyone ever thought of this before? Slaving away each day we find Donald Hines Cchemical engineerl trying to find another bounce to the ounce to add to the Pepsi Cola. Imagine even being in the same business with Faye Emer- son! Bernice Ellis, whose great ambition was to be kissed, is really running up a good score. She is the top tester for the "No-Smear-Dear-Lipstick Company." Mary Ann Simpson's only apparent ambition was to retire. She practices tirelessly on her fancy signature for her unemployment checks. Hobo, Gene Smith, is getting very particular in his old age. Instead of riding the rods in his travels, he has a new mode of travel that tops them all. Gene's completing a transcontinental tour of the United States via roller skates. Miss Vernetta Miller, spinister, has caused quite a controversy by writing a sensational sequel to "Forever Amber." And to think she had matri- monial ideas 'back in 1951! We wish to express our sympathy to Tommy Music who's night spot, "The Hot 'n Trot," was raided last night. This makes the third time it's been raided this year. Better luck in the future, Tommy. According to the United Press "the most talked about woman of 1961" is our alumnas, Bet Bailey. Bet established a new world's record as a lady flagpole sitter. In the newsreel her husband and children said, "lt was pretty bad batching with- out mama, but we kept remembering it was for science. fThey didn't mention what sciencel. We hope mama doesn't aspire to higher things." We found Nell Grain as a doctor's technician swabbing throats in the Ear, Eye, Nose, and Throat hospital. She had wanted to be an inter- ior decorator, so we suppose it's all in how you look at it. The artist of the class, Nick Gary, finds his natural talents a great help in his career. He is the only male manicurest in Memphis. Rene Thomas always wanted to be an airline stewardess, so it seemed natural to find her soar- ing into the wild, blue yonder as elevator girl in the Sterick Building. Woe is us-more nurses! lf you see a streak of lightening and hear a shrilling siren it's none other than Nell Brockwell whizzing along the boulevard as an ambulance driver, each week Elena Lawler instructs the Gray Ladies on all the particulars of bandage making, there was a shortage of nurses until Catherine Antoinette Felicia Watsko went into training. With a "Iohn Henry" like that she could make three or four. Instead of pecking away on the keys of a Rem- ington Alma Montgomery is now trickling the ivories of a trusty old Upright in a local saloon. Shirley Rast once planned to set the world on fire with her singing talents. Now her tune has changed and she uses her vocal cords for calling in the cows to milk. "Goober" Owens' vision of being "Mr. Basket- ball" of 1953 has come to an end. We found him in the Sterick Building weilding a mop. All of Williford Robersorfs 390 pounds can now be accounted for by his part-time job in a dough- nut shop. Everett Rhodes America's ace mechanic is now dismantling wrecks in "Ioey's Iunkyardf' Allene Hannah got so much practice as a law- yer's receptionist that she became president of the Liar's Club. Evelynn Gann's prayer for fame was answered we feel. Her picture is in post offices every- where. B'Lou Howard who wanted to be beautiful, now fills the pages of all the national magazines. She is the "before" in the Before and After pictures advertising Zuickie Reducie Tablets by Mail. Ahhhh! What price beauty! Happy Dickie Reagh is an understudy for the famous Digger O'Dell. And taking our cue from him "We guess we'll be shoveling along." QU mmm Us 1 - .. . mggfp a Q -5 WK f W Q ff, fl .Eff K f f fl ffl' x f X 515' b ED Q 47 G 0 3 w' NXN 21-'Ia' X ,ff 5 "' 565' fn' - 4 fi 9? - ' f- ..1- i- ' vi -'F -A ,. Q I , F If -35 3 'S' I I , 2. I Y 1, iF I 1.-gf sa - 1 I I 2 ,SS 1'4- . 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TTTTT I Ig 1 IOHN ED TICER 2 WAYNE TIMBROOIC ' E' E BETTY LOU TROTTER A RODNEY VANDIVEER , M ' R M235 A if IEANETTE TURNAGE GENEVA TURNAGE BILLY WEEKS VON WHITLOCK I 15. 1? 4 f Y' '51, Q QB 5. .T , A 46 I 5 ' I ' N ...ll XI - r Q 9? 1 -0 .. . -?1V TYfT - 'WN my I 4 A ,, 2 L Y ' ' fi' , 3 ll, 6' -Q 5' ,W -:NB , Sn! -HK. li GRACE WILSON " DORA LEE WILLIAMS L: BEVERLY WYLEY , I 119 Q GLENDA PAY ASHMORE ,W I A1 fv ' Q -',,. 'I I A IYIS A II X K, . X it X I A f I CHLORIS ADAMS , g Vrzs A 4 V 3. PEGGY BARBER . i f , ' I ' BOB BLACKMAN A T' IQQS Y I 4 N I EVERT CARTER L ,S Zf' E E A6 M , ZTIQJ - I :M ,A I- 'I , A , ffem I -.T I I I QE 4 R: If - MI x , . , 'A' 1 BILLY CAMPBELL IOHNNY HOOKS BETTY IEAN HOSURE IIMMY PAINE A N F v A' , ,J , , tt . R T at J Y Li J J fwfr MALCOMB ROLLINS IAC'Y STUBBS WALT CRITES fm EMM Uwfiwffs -FRA NCQYYNOJG 71'-oqqe iDe Hao. 11:10-UQE5 G-uqcv gy F-Pukxw'-F?ee6 S W gf 'Egi R ' , af' 5 n T X kW ,X L! fl T ,, A L F U NME? X F Q1 7 s 11- f , 'r' 1 R A . 'J' 'R --f 45 1" 9' ' if 5 t 1 1 It i CLASS OFFICERS RAY EUNDERBURK, Pres. ANNE SHEPPARD, Vice Pres, FLOY PEEK, Sec. CAROL LEE DELP, Treus. 9, ,ff ,i ONA IANE AUTERY ug- - A 'S 5, A , V W BILL BANDY , L1 I - A W RICHARD BLAIR 1 0 po ' "' " ' 6 , GRADY BOGUE - ' A T: 'ss A MARY ANE BOYETT ,Q ,. , Q, W3 VL 1 I ' Q ' xx .,.. V gy BILLY BRADEN Y 1 BILLY BRANCH ' ' 1ANELLE RROWER . 3 F ,A F 1" ' f -3' A PEGGY CARPENTER A ' ,A i f, WILLIE CARPENTER , , , , ,I '22 ' ' . 4,1 X f 1 bf' ' I A V5 H MARY DEE CHAPMAN N V ' WILBUR CLARK f ' YYEC A CAROLYN COCKE f' V" '. 1- Q S , ,,, 22 .. HAROLD COSTELLO ' '4' ' ,A ' MONA CULLUM 4:3 H - , ' 5' ' . ,is A x A X 5 I fl 1? . 8 Vx ' ix , vm 1 f ,.,ff A AE I A 5 ' MA .1 K - F IAMES DURHAM M-A LARRY EASTWOOD Q , PAYE ELLIS 'S T , ' , ' 1 ff 3: f 1. '9 Y a . '01 CARL FISHER , h , - 1 , GEORGE EOGLEMAN . 7 A Var fif' 'Y - Ax 1 Q I .AF K Q " A A A - ' f . A .r xx R11 'I DONNIE GARRETT A A GRETA GORRELL SHELBA H1C1cs 3 52 R 3 ,, ,,.. I , 4' BARBARA 1-11LL -5 , - .,,. , -4 IOSEPH HOBRS 1 XX 'T ' Q " I f ,A I I . . - - Z T gf 'f -. I-A Y 11 PAYTON HODGES sYLv1A HOLCOMR . EVERETT HUNT , "' L ROY IOHNSON - A K ,Hi X? PEGGY 1NGLE . , -nf Q ' .1 1 ' Il 1 Z dv X 'lf N Dxxm IETER Tovcr: Tomas JIMMY KLENK BETTY IEAN LITTLE MARGIE MADDOX RICHARD McCULLOUGH WALTER MCDANIEL IOYCE MCNAMARA IAMES MEDFORD WALTER MITCHELL IANE MOSS IERRY OATES BILLY OGLESBY CLARA OGLESBY ANNELLA PALMER SHIRLEY PEARCE BOBBIE PERRY CAROL PLANT TOMMIE IOE RANKIN DAVID RAST IERRY LOU RAST CAROLYN RAUPP MACK RICE CAROLYN ROBERTS DENNY RUTLEDGE DOROTHY SEALY BOB SIGLER VIRGILLIA SKINNER SARA SPARKS ELLEN SULCER NANCY SUNDERLAND PANSY TATE DON TAYLOR FULLER TODD PATSY TWILLA ,I ' .,,,, I ' Z 4,513 'ffl f-.2 ' ,, if Mig . , ,.-v . W -H f Q.N L, , , - ' 1 Y ' , G' . -. u T-M f: In V. ' W I ' M I - r. A K , I 4 Q !.. ' A .x I xt ! . QW rvfn . , -A H A, -'J' ' fe ww fi L., An... - f 1 rv I' ar I ' Q-2 1 I ' 2? A his . I f ' , I ' I 4 I '23 A A A , Q 'I' I ' J- A A f si ff? 1 .. I - 'I I . :T .S A "' V91 v I I 4 ,. -vw' X . In I Y V . 'sf , 5 - '5 PM Q I A EX . a 'T R fi 5 ' A if . ' 4 -at -2 A " " , I O 1 ' Q I 'A vi 5 I Q V ,LI L I 4-, ji T A fk -N, . . f I fn" ,-f , I .Q Ig, - 'V Q- HA X h E . J , Xm,' Jung va ,1 I RARA if ,sw lf' 1 W' . .ofx I A . . I -A 'fl- -' T x -.i. "' RI", I 2 - NX ,ftp f , fff 1' "' K I Eu ' W I N 1 F1 -R M.. .23 -A ITI 3 AF-T ,-A. -vp .. f ,rv- mx 'TS , - I5 Ar Y ,IW -Q. . I Lv .. Q N 1 4 S L jx Iv I T1 1. f N T Q v ' In 3 R V MAVIS VAN PEENEN 4 -4 F' ' "' A '. we 4 . 'A 45 , ' f- -3' ' MARLENE WEGER LQNL ' ig A x .3 JZ VA - - N HERBERT WELLS E - ff '7 if . '1 ' RUBY WHITLOCK ' Y m i 6 JAMES WISEMAN ' LMXJ ETL iafli' 4 KJ f 1' 4 1 'E 3: JOYCE ANN WOODS '3 ' PATSY KENNEDY , ' ' A TERRY MERRTTT 'Q ' PORTER Moss Q ' I ' mf FRANK SYKES . yi Wm 54 'S 'V A N fi 79' A 1 E : N 'Why 4 8 'N ,P I 1. .. A ' 3 , I2 A YOSEPH TOWNSEND v nf diva ,V JU X 'X A A MILDRED NOAH ,7 A' - . A 'Y N TED OSWALD 'fl N ' A . m ,' E13 EAY EMERSON l , Q x 9 T,h,fff?fL2M kvyy 'mf ' JANET STURAT . T ' ' A F A 5 T ES , X . . .. , X 2l'O.me 5 L5 A son - K '- X ' A ' Q N Q A Mon-'K L30-V-A ' N K a , ' A " N X A 4 Uma r f ...- , 4 E' N ' 1- fl: - X x N x , - K E Q A R F "7'3-0 Q f X' x ' -, J as S-li , A H-ff ivy EEE- A R1 -- -AM -L --Y X ' x -V , , gV Q 1 Il., , ,i.i..,,, P IESWWEN x XX X Q 'v QQX Q N. 44, Y Fx. I i a t x "4 X I M! Li 019 f S Ll ,df G Az! 1- f v: 1 ' 'S' T ' 4 Y 'i'- TU.Q.-T-F. if "' f - - x X 3 ' g 4 GEORGE BOULDIEN, Pres ' 4. ' ' f 'R Q, BILL ROBINSON, vm Pres "3 X ,5,J i CAROL ANN WOOD, sec I ! X , YI' 5 RALPH PARSONS, Tree: .4x - ' I . if a 1 uv 3' I . I' 0 .3 R X . A ' 4, . 'A r A R F. A A-Av' f I--' Xxxu: lx A Ii I fl 9 6 Q V ' 'S . 3 v Q . I w' - is T ' If L V A ff ff? I 1 . ' I ff: A ,A 4- A .Q fvw. . I 1 I A I 1 T ? rf? ' " F 3 R7 I' 'T A A .0 Lg, f -"1 Q X " ' I ' I '- w"g 3. ' .2 ,I I .zz 53 ' ' "' 6 , 4 5 - 'JR ml If 'J P I lxkx S X wi, I A' " L 'x I ' , ,, 0 3' I ,, If' R 'I I -- . A 1? h Y l 'A ' ' A I' I-3 ,i '41 f Lf A -x III '-0 M 'wi ' f. . I AQ ff Nix CLASS OFFICERS IIMMY ABER CHIMANE ADAMIL DUDLEY AKIN FAYE ALBIN DORRIS AYERS IANE BALCII I. W. BARBEE BILLY BAUGH BRUCE BLACKIRBY DON BLACKMAN RONNIE BOLER LOUIS BORDING MARRIS BOWEN IIMMY BOWMAN SHIRLEY BREWER IOHNNIE BRIGHT PEGGY BLACKWELL SHIRLEY BURNS GERALD CAMPBELL IIMMY CARTER VELMA CARTER EUGENE CASEY IUANITA CASH ROBERT CHAMPER BARBARA CHILDRESS BRUCE CLARK BETTY IEAN COLLIER BOBBY CRAIG JOE CRAIG NORMA IEAN CURLIN MALCOLM DANIELS CLAYTON DIETRICH IEAN ERVIN IOAN FLEMING BERNICE FOGELMAN DOROTHY GAMBLE MARY ELLEN GARY MELDA GOIN GENE GOLDSBY NORMA IEAN GRIFFIN TONY GROSS BERTHA HALEY BOBBIE HEINIS EDGAR HOLMES RT' I . V ' -3 I P' F' Q fr, ,,, pub V' IW T, 71 GENE HOWELL -4 A Y -Q - ,4 MARY HULCHINSON Q ' i A2 ' BILLY IOHNSON ' f Ig Q N BILLY DALE IOHNSON 1' I. XFN I ' BOBBY IOHNSON M LARRY KENNON Xin? I .E 41 F' 4 5- TERRY KING ' n -- IFA Tw S4 . MARY ALICE KLENK fi " 'Q 5 ,wif I ' 6 ,555 , L, W. CAROLYN KUYI-QENDALL 'il' X ff ' .f J' JACQUELYN KUYKENDALL y' 'X Ar! I I I 1 ' I VENITA LAUDERDALE I' I A fm S at IO ANN LAUGHLIN .4 .Q . 'Q A 1 ws-SK ig ' BUENA MAE LITTLE 5 ,Aff . - P - MILDRED LONG Q I A f WILLIAM MILLINGTON 6 ,Q Ta' GINGER MITCHELL I Ry I B.. . . C CHARLES MONTGOMERY Ir :gl N A I' 'T-I . A X- -I 5 rf- - EDWIN MOORE ' ,. qi- f 'X i""' -. 2 . , f 'I I "' .7 CHARLES MOOREHEAD ' , . I ,...,, N A 1 A f ' I MARION MOSLEY " 5 , if , If MARLENE NEWBURY X - ' ' ,N IA - I - - -A , Us f' EARL NEWMAN ' I . 4f "'J, ' N Ii, SHIRLEY NIXON A , fn' "' ws I I A 9 3 , I f f'-A EMOGENE PALMER - Q -1 A - if R, at A .- V W , V , - IERRY PECK ' A ' I A A MARGARET POWERS f' I "Q P LARRY REED - f XR , X , Y I. G, RAGGETT 'T' A 'AN ,six O. NI is -I " ' ,QVGA MAURICE ROBERTS 4 , I -is IAMES ROMANOWSKI 'L '.'.:- T ,A 3- , 4, 6 f A 2 MARSHALL ROWLAND ', .Q . , A ' 4' I B.. V ,'L' ' A 1 - ERNEST SANDERS IR . B I V 'TT' 7 - K MELVIN SEALY K I fs' , I K WADE SHAEER f - , Q Q 1 Q , f x Y, A' I MARY SHELNUT f EURMAN SHEPPARD 6 E , A 4. : gg Q ALLENE SHEPPARD A I '- 3 W V' " A I' ' Q ' 'A I 0 ' . Q 6 LUTHER SPARKS ' 4' M ' - A IAMES STROUD E, I 'X ROBERTA STUART E , l A A ff ! K A 5' BRADFORD THOMAS PAT THOMAS , A Tu I I - A 1 IN M V R, ,mv NULL TUCKER A "' I 1 ' ' f' I ' I .M I 1 -o X --ff MARIE URSEY - -A A M3 ,,,. 1-Y PAYE WEBB I l A 4 4, A " hh A QW! BETTY WHITE QC lug, ' I A I I X ' K XM I. 1' Q ,,. ,. 41 ' If FRANCIS WILKERSON 2 -5 'F - 76 I I If Aa, ,N aj 'V 7? I AITAILIOVIELJICJIIEIAMS A ' 'Q I I I m,, 55 F92 -I Ig MARTHA ANN WILLIAMS J. ' u X A If RAYMOND WILLIAMS AJ i A I ' SANDRA WILLIAMSON 1 , " 3' "BRI Mf2IiLi:3 I I CLAYTON OLDI-IAM ' - 1 X X Ai 'A L5 L i 6 9 A A275 M A - f M Y OSHA G3 6 LL , f A 1 f If f f A -, ' ,fl -Ax . gf-A A I- Qlwae qffhomub -VE m m LI G O I d S L5 Eugene MQQQ-Wig Quang KXECJHCLPE5 3 ' I F FFS l ' ff' SSW B 1 5, 15' dx J 9 I S, SN' W '1 M: gI -,'- .,f, 4 fu I,,f JITUWNUUIH TWEDHL E ww M N.Jov-Rs 'Q Q 2-Ln H ,RT5xuS-25, 'bu we , 5108? Lx. ein HG . . , QM QL, 'P Levns 0 X - 5 F w Q -'Ill' if l X ., Y ' MXSS MAR :MER ELEPXNOR M 4l""' M H S Q L UCILL E Grade Ei MCKINNIS EXQNYX gh fh Grqde FACULTY 'Y- 2 V 3 I MR S. WILLIAM OSTE Seventh EN Grode lf' GNU BO MRS- MO d Seveflm GTG e KENNETH ABER PATRICIA BAKER HOWARD BEAUDRY IAMES BENTLEY BILLY BITTLE ERNEST CARTER DONA RAE CHAPMAN BETSY CHASE DAYTON CRITES SIDNEY CULLUM MARY ALICE DuBOSE RUTH DUNN BARBARA DURHAM DAN FISHER IERRY FOWLKES GENE GIBSON BEVERLY GUSTAVUS BILL HARDING DONNA PAYE IONES SHIRLEY LANTRIP BILLY LAWLER JIMMY LINVILLE LARRY MEYERS IUNE MITCHELL GENOA MOSS DEAN PETERSON FRANCES PHYFER CARROL RAST BRYANT RAY MARY ELEANER RAY CURTIS RHODES KENNY ROBISON MARGARET SANDERS RONALD SMITH BOBBY STEVENS BILL STUART SUE NAN TACKETT CONNIE TAYLOR BARBARA TUCKER CHARCIE WILHELM DOROTHY WILLIAMS A if I , f . I I Q.. - . gd Q , .KR ' g - "' if I , - -3 - x h 5 , . V", '4- ,1 f W 65,4 ' l ig .,! . A ' , V , . A N V,, X. - V" ' .4 - I xx ,. 'I.I:E'.P-fx ji igfvx I yi, Vw I 94 K ' ' I A, ,m i I I I 1 I- 4' A V , , ai I , v- pu. 0 , I x X if . 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I .A ' "a 1 "' I A I I ,A , " Q4 A by f I, I,eI'f Ria I f I , QQ-If I I-f P , N Y 1 A , E- 5 . I L 4 h -. I I msg ,I 1 I A .ILI MM... . I ' -I If A' I xf ' .r 4 I 1 I I TNQ' QA 'I ' . W' I , 4 F3 I' P Q I f-0 I 3 f' ' Q .," I Ik I I 'f A I A I ,.IG B CIL, I '3 QI 'f I If ' '15-ELK 3 5? I Q. ' X I Y, .Q if 3 N W ':"x :w"'s'T F. 7 Q W. xx I .Ig I , ji ""5---Th I-1-2, EL - . ni I r- 44, N X 2 Jw u 9 ' L X X I X 4 '. I I wiv- 4 3 ' I ICIICIII " 5 I ' T- I I I I xii I I I S , '77 , ,::. E N, YV 2 -X wx, :'M', L , NX I fi A . X In -ffm, .. E VX . ir? H .ka .4 V: CL I I I D A FA.. ' 3 pd , f ' NH, 1, . ,I - I .I I I I, I. ,I L I B I r I .. 1 .,, , I I y ' Y ' f X Rx r. A QI F I " A I A ' I Q 'Q 'A Eff 11533 1' 1 R I I I N, J r '? , ' I " X 2' ,Q-f A 'L I, NOT PICTURED ERLENE WAGGNER CUEDELL BILLS EUGENE ARMSTRONG ARLIE WHITTER DANNY MCGUIRE ft 'E . Ma , K 1- - -',. .4 ,45 ,L ", '4-My "" 'I I, ' f ' A X . 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MARIORIE BISHOP 0 FIRST GRADE MRS, AGNES SWINDELI. 0 FIRST GRADE MRS OMA OGLESBY MRS R. H. STEVENS FIRST GRADE MRS. LOUISE VANDERSLICE 0 FIRST GRADE FIRST GRADE MISS SARAH BRANCH O SECOND GRADE ri Ll .N " A - lmzg ,4 .IL ARS, AUDREY MCCULLOUTH O SECOND GRADE MRS. CLARA AYCOCIC 0 THIRD GRADE MRS. MARY MILLER O SECOND GRADE MRS. GRACE I-IABERMACHER 0 THIRD GRADE MISS MARTHA WHITAKER 0 SECOND GRADE MRS. ERIVIA IOHNSON 0 THIRD GRADE 5' 73, . Q' ' f P A I WEEE, . db-I -grh I.--A A u W ,7 rv-.WY fi., ,Q ' lin Irfan " Q., X. 5, V 8.5! 1 :.'ff,Y'!2'z'hJvJ:Y' 412. f MISS DONNA RUTH CHAMBERS 0 FOURTH GRADE MISS IEWELL KESTERSON 0 FIFTH GRADE MISS ANNIE MITCHELL O FOURTH GRADE MRS. IEWELL BARTON 0 SIXTH GRADE MRS, KATHLEEN GRAVES 0 FIFTH GRADE MRS. CELESTINE IEFFERIES 0 SIXTH GRADE 155 xr H5223 pri!! ilhuai ' .quunalwmf - .I Q 151 X AWK--. .1 -'ii FERT ,' 'I 11 , ll ll XR -4 - -,N,, , , X r f , . Q . 7' ,, X f . 7, J' 'b,,, X fi W 3 , - . r f Q - HI' I 1? 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