Murphy High School - Mohian Yearbook (Mobile, AL)

 - Class of 1957

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R" A L55 L .N-, xg, ' , MR. PAY MRS. HELEN FLETCHER MCINTYRE ffdmdnddflzaid 1 I 6 and 5 df! Mrs Booker checks eyes , MM, f , 1: inf, in W ' ,f wwf ' WMM, . . j I' ' fm, ' WL eww , , y . ywyg M' ff! , MW' We Q9 I f 2 l, f f I ,VVV f , ?m, X . , . ff,V ,. A. ,f V',, i , Z MISS CAROLYN MRS. DORIS MRS. JEAN MISS DORIS TAYLOR STUMPH KERN TRAVIS The efficienr operaTion of Murphy High School as an aca- demic insTiTuTion depends upon The schooI's adminisTraTion and sfaff. The duries of These adminisTraTors noT only involve academic problems buT also The rouTine Task of organizarion. Through Their Tireless efforTs To guide and assisf all sTudenTs, They solve problems ThaT consTanTIy impede educaTionaI prog- ress. They accepT The responsibiIiTy for mainraining an educa- Tional program ThaT fiTs The needs of fuTure leaders and useful cifizens in a consTanTIy changing sociefy. Mrs. Hamil and Miss Knudsen Talk over plans in The A.V. Office. I7 f ' Q L V 4 I -' , xi' W S 'V """' I -1 H . 1---f " , H if, I I 'K Y ag' 4.3. ""' P, I . ,VE Q 1 Q ' Ak W 'VT 79' ' ,.-- v,, . , , I faq D 4' 4 L Q I ' ' Mx : 2 A A31 A, ,R 4 - 1 E+' - ff Q t, W - J 1 'c::p5 4 """ o W' ff' . g 'Ea' ' 'R I4 1 h MISS KATHERINE HOPE MOORE MISS LUCILLE RHODES MISS E. LURA MRS. V. MCALLISTER MISS VIVIAN JELKS MISS ANN MRS. GLENDA JORDON MISS EDNA SAVAGE OLSON I Q- ' .. .ff I.. ' ,Q 5,35 1, -. ,. .1 X Wx , 'Vin' Q-ww Ri, . MRS, A, CLARK MR. ROY wlme SR ' 'si I.-M-A .A -125. uf MRS. RUTH GROOM MISS ELIZABETH GREEN 1 If x, Mrs, Balderson explains nom ciauses. I 8 -H IIVITQ II'If2V'T7ES In ,Wss Rhodes' rcoff One of The mosT imporTanT courses Tor use in everyday life is The sTudy of The English lan- guage. IT is necessary ThaT each sTudenT Takes Three years of Eng- lish, which includes The basic TundamenTals of grammar and a ToundaTion in liTeraTure. CreaTive vvriTing and vvorld liTeraTure are addiTional suhiecTs offered To seniors. CreaTive vvriT- ing encourages sTudenTs To use imaginaTion in composing poeT- ry, Themes and shorT sTories. These combined courses give a culTural as well as essenTial educa- Tion To every sTudenT aT Murphy. M E L Miss GLADYS MISS EVELYN M C Y M'g5AxmNN'E MlfLAlE'KJ' BRADLEY BAXTER HINZ scARBoRouGH if-...f ', ya, My I 7. . , NM, ,yn vw ,f Arigismv- M. ., 2, .W Q, M5 z ,: f MR. J. C. VAUGHAN MISS VIRGINIA D'ORNELLAS Mft' MR. THOMAS MCCANN I in if I fr 2 f fly.-Q ., 7f'ff'fQffffff 3 , f gy f f XX lx" 1,1 ' ff . r ' Q ,:. f - Am, ' Q . ,.,' 1 2, r 'f4 :f ',,, ,f x f I ,f Q f f L ' , we f 7 W' Ex ,- MISS MARY SWANSON MISS .IOSEPHINE WILKINS MISS VELLA B. MOON MR. W. B. SLAUGHTER MRS. WILLIE REYNOLDS MRS. W. G. SMITH At Murphy a variety of subiects is available to stu- dents interested in math. Included in a diversified mathematics department are classes in algebra, geometry and basic arithmetic. The first years of algebra and geometry serve as a good foundation for solid geometry and trigonometry. lt is in these subiects that students get a good preparation for college math. Mr. Vaughan watches students explain graph. 20 BNWT! - -ms qf 4 "Veni, vidi, vici . . . " Mlle. Ie Blanc eT ses efudiants lisenf un iournal. Murphy sTudenTs are TorTunaTe in having The bene- TiT of a good language deparTmenT offering Three Toreign languages. A sTudenT may Take Tour years of LaTin and is eligible Tor membership in The LaTin club aTTer Two years. Spanish is also a Tour year sub- iecT, and French sTudenTs may sTudy French up To Three years. NoT only do The language sTudenTs re- ceive The basic fundamenTals in grammar and pro- nounciaTion, louT poinTs of inTeresT, such as hisTory and cusToms, are included for a well rounded course. 2I ,A 'N K P" - 1 sr- X if WA ...u -5 . 1' ""liii" 'ggi WM We . K Q T we 35. ,. . l .,cs.s X ' -5 T N cc R .T c A 'QF Y X ? S ':--:,. x 'sn ,sw Y A, . fs ..,,. .1 1 L 14,92 A V ,vvsvofve 1' . . , .1-' 1. A , i I .4 - I vs:Y.-1'2i-11-:zip-1:3:gss. f 3 . W I if , 3 f If , J 3 if 4 , X iw f, Q? , fm- MISS LILLIAN PISTOLE MISS EMMA CRADDOCK MRS. L. WEDGEWORTH MRS. CATHAR I NE ROSS MRS. DORIS MORRISSETTE MRS. ELIZABETH MORRIS MR. M. C. MANCIL 5 .,. ,. IM! -x M .1 aff r ,, ,....... . N.,....vM Miss Pistole explains the kinds of leaves. 4' qw I The vast and fascinating field of science opens the door of future opportunity for many interested students. Murphians have access to several fields, including Biology, Physics and Chemistry. These subiects offer students a knowledge of living organisms, dynamics, and chemical reaction. Other courses such as homemalcing, consumer science, and family life are offered for practical purposes. Through each science offered at Murphy, students become aware of this changing world, and realize the great need to prepare for tomorrow. MR. W. W. MRS. ETTA FULCHER FRANTZEN 'f l I I ffl, iv' 'cffrl 22 AcTiviTies involving The indusTrial arTs develops manual skill, iniTiaTive -and creaTive Thinking. Murphy sTu- denTs Taking courses in consTrucTion and carpenTry oTTen acquire inTeresTs and discover apTiTudes vvhich may lead To a deTiniTe vocaTion. STudenTs vviTh naTural TalenT and creaTive abiliTy sTudy and enioy The Tine arTs. By working vviTh various maTerials and Tools They gain acTual experience. Through The success and Tailures of These experiences, sTudenTs develop a deep sense oT arT apprecia- Tion. MR. T. R. USRY MISS IRENE STAPLETON MISS CLYDE KENNEDY MISS I.. J. FITZSIMMONS MR. WESLEY WEBER MISS MYRTLE ENDERLE Wada ' and ?c2ze , 4 19 1' I V fy 5 14 X if va , f ' " Si Q 9 25' 41 X , 'V Aw , X 4:-"4'f.y.. 'fy ye- T. qjwf ' A s I 4' f ,egg "Ti I wwf Q Kg!-I .. .1 Aff'?,C A. 4 PS-fy: -E Tif f 4, 43' .4 1' . af.. A , ,. 4 11. 4, . fra Ii I . fi' -T I 6 gym fm, ,Q 3 .V fa, " vc wr' 452' ffl . 1 1 'Sr Q 9. fp .swf N A . Miss Kennedy criTizes Linda's drawing. Mr. Seymour supervises cleaning T e press. fc R . .-... ,vm K K fu- 'hx Q ...X -,gg sc...- T Ycfwv -WN . K X s c si i X . I Q- ,N , L ,X X5 Eg X. X E X .-3,.f MRS. RUBY PIERCE - MR. JOHN H. BAKER 2 he goof' TTI MR, JOHN E TH- ' DEES gat X gl Mr. Randall explains a drafting problem. Wacatckwmf and 7 'V , ' MR. WILLIAM , MQ J. MCKNIGHT Y :z A ,S Jug if We fda .2 X MISS MILDRED T "NX PANKEY ffz' 'T Murphians who wish To geT sTarTed in The busi- ness world wiThouT aTTending college begin a TuTure occupaTion while They are compleTing school. By dividing The day in halT They acquire Their uniTs Tor graduaTion and uphold a job. Voca- Tional sTudenTs aTTend classes which include re- quired subiecTs and Those relaTed To Their iobs. ATTernoon iobs, which are chosen according To The sTudenTs' inTeresTs and aloiliTies, are locaTed in offices and sTores ThroughouT The ciTy. EI 4 I - f-My , K ., - .-Qfy ' 1-2 5 . 7" T! W'li'l'f71 T R .- Mr. Riggs Teaching code To his radio students. 24 MISS RUTH FOREHAND Mr, Greave's hard working P.O.D. class. Sadd ' Social Science aT Murphy offers courses dealing vviTh The pasT and presenT happenings of mankind. The main divisions of This deparTmenT include world hisTory, Ameri- can hisTory, problems of democracy and psychology. Each of These subjecTs are beneficial in any vocaTion and aid in making sTudenTs beTTer ciTizens of Tomorrow. Miss viviemme MRs, F. Mies. Beienice Maas. MARTE Miss JosEPHiNE Miss Rum WALTER BRIDGEWATER cAusEY Foors MicHAEL uPscoMB M155 RQBERTHA MRS. LUCILE MISS ELIZABETH MRS. C, G. MR. JOHN MRS. W. T. STEELE COONER MAYERS BIVONA GREAVES DOUGLAS K 'i'r' E' N 'uri' 55 iiri - . T if .iff 'N'- :Q . h Q . ..c.., Y r 1 X X- ' Tirs R. i 1 ."' TX X 'iii ...,.... Q in 6 . ,--... R WM ,,.., . N A Www csll i c - WX - 1 Y' 1. 25 .V 'W W- .q,,: :,, V s 2 . 4122- I , - L ., ,,.,,., ' Q P. W -f 4 .. . Qrfyf xg . ,y,,,,,,. ff' W, 'Pte MMA , -ref' "A- Q12 W! ,.,. . I I 96m .1 Q . J 4 f " , W ,,.,, , ff, MJ MR. CHARLES VVILCOX MISS MYRTLE BURFORD MISS ELOISE FOSTER MR. GEORGE HILL MR. JACK LOCKLEAR MISS CATHERINE MCNALLY Pyramid building in Miss Burford I PhysicalEducaTionaT Murphy Trains sTudenTs in good sporTsmanship and Teamwork. The program noT only develops physical TiT- ness buT also emphasizes healTh habiTs. Through The insTrucTors of This deparT- menT boTh boys and girls are TaughT The enioymenT of The game along wiTh The TundamenTals and Tech- niques. Murphians Taking Physi- cal EducaTion have use of Two well equipped gym- nasiums wiTh an indoor swimming pool. Included in each gym are basketball courTs, Tumbling equipmenT and oTher TaciIiTies Tor recre- aTional sporTs. In The ouT- door activiries sTudenTs have access To a TooTball Tield, Track, baseball diamond, an archery range, a soccer Tield and volleyball courTs. 26 .. -M 's Tumbling class. I MR. RAY PELFREY MISS LOLETE TANNER MR. R. B. TAYLOR X u 5' , sc S? i ss' ST? A 5 Q flfxs pf R I, c.s, C X - -Q . s assi.. " I g I s. - 1 1,1 ' 1 X 1 Miss Shaw lends a iq J A helping hand. I K ww ,s S5 k iss. O Training and experience are given To sTudenTs Tak- ing courses in The commercial arTs deparTmenT. Com- prising This deparTmenT are curricula in sTenography, Typing, oTTice machines, business law and economic geography. Through The experiences gained in These classes Murphy sTudenTs are becoming beTTer busi- ness men and Women. These varied commercial of- Terings prepare sTudenTs for accepTing responsible posiTions aTTer graduaTion. MRS. ANN MITCHELL MRS. R. W. MISS HATTIE MISS GRACE PECK GUNTER SHAW s- ' Q ,Q....N X X sw X M . . X x X XX Xi I L X S ' - 'S . - X- - X ii XVQQ ibm-' . A 5 .- - . Qxkifs. is-5 T S., kk sk In Q Q ,X T Nia - 52 L . - ,- X v MC -5. X ., SN f - 3:5 QS K- . , . . cs . UN X is-I ' i X 5 2 ss .f. 6 ,S 27 N-N 'N ss-v 55.5 . 5 X .. XS X . S is And only half finished! i MISS CAROL PURIFOY MRS. INEZ LANGHAM MISS JOANA TURBERVILLE MRS. SUE SAVAGE -, ' Naxos 0 Q X 'Q X we XX X W X X X X 3. .N . s X., I X Q ' . NLT... ' '- X X X. N X X 4 TN S 5 .fx , , Q: X' Qi XX Y s 5-W T E . X s QS! X X Q. is X C X s A x x .., . ! I 1 4 if - ' Wir-4 ' ' ' T ' ' ,H If lf we l' l -bl l W ' 'e T Miss MARTHA GATLIN Miss Vickery and Peggy get magazines ready Tor sTudenTs, f'i55f'1Qfllrii Q Miss CATHERINE faefxr' BURNETT Q Me, f M, The Mur h Hi h School Librar has over l2,000 ,T Y Y X ' fs. books and 70 currenT periodicals available To sTu- 'IV1 2 denTs. Class groups and individuals are conTinually ' ,W V MISS ARDIETH . . , . . . Q ,,,, WCKERY using The librarys TaciliTies Tor research and recrea- WW Tional reading. The Murphy library is open To sTu- denTs Through-ouT The school day from 7:55 in The ' 5 'ill'2l'f'i2l'l . . . . gi 2 morning unTil 3:30. AbouT 25 assisTanTs are available I a li X l , ,., uhh lf Books are advenlurousl Z ,, Wersi during The six periods To help keep The library aT- TracTive as well as TuncTional. Silence is golden inthe library, 28 Nd X A X Q QQ K A M A , 6 R W MRS. MYRTLE PETER Mrs. Martin's period five Glee Club. ' az The music department at Murphy gives students a good opportunity to develop self reliance and confidence in themselves. Spe- cial chorus, glee club, orchestra, and band are offered to students who have musical inferests and abilities. These musical groups provide music for the school by performing in many different programs. : sf 'i3i15?f' .X-st-swa-W. ' R like aw , lf. Y mx ff r 4 x 'M fm fm W,- -A-c , ..... L X rf MR. IRA SWI NGLE MRS. FRANCES Mrs. Peter hits a high note. 29 Mr. Svvingle rehearsing with the or MARTIN U . 'fkq5499- 'X s s -, QTOT-'V7 'W' . YN, W Il 2 R . - L. X Q . fi Q- x I ff? 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W .5 Wilson, Pearl Windham, Jimmy Winter, Sandra Wood, Brenda Wood, James Wood, Janella, Woodfin, Averil Woodruff, Kathleen Woolsey, John Wright, Billy Wrighf, Charles York, Jackie William Feagin heads voting 'mwi 0 KITTY ARCHER I Secretary of Senior Class Q D.A.R. Award Q Azalea Trail Maid l V K N Um I FRED CODY I Presidenf of Sfudenr Council I President of Sophomore Class Q Freshman Represenlaiive C. X emma CONRAD FREEMAN Q Presiclenl of Senior Class Q Junior Represenrafive Q Junior Cheerleader SANDRA WINTER C Homecoming Queen Q Secrefary of Sfudenl Council Q Azalea Trail Maid E O"-f-fs ,g Q PATSY CODY I Exchange Sluclenl Q Cheerleader Q Secrelary of Junior Class f we 605 PHIL SAVAGE Q Football Player Q All Cily Foolloall Q Baseball Player New i JEANNE EDGAR X N X Xxx A N awk S SY SQ N 5 S X 5 , QE 5 5. XL, N X XX E X 3 x S 1 QM. S13 v ' .. '- 45.216 ' X3 gay 4, ' ZW 5513-K1- X -Xi N-vqvx Q ,Q ' XFN X5 XX N X XXX X -NG X. N'-' . AXE XS? Xxx - JQ X R Azalea Trail Maid Maid of Honor Sfudem' Council Represenfaiive . C OLIVER SINCLAIR Q Foorball Player Q Secrerary of "M" Club Q Track 1 fi 1- :,x L ., C?-' Lv: PM .,Q,,,,,,,, . --v" E 2 JOYCE BEAN Q Head Cheerleader Q Special Chorus Q Molwian Sfalf wtf , s Q LUCY LEATHERBURY Q President ot Swimming Club I Homecoming Court C Vice President of Freshman Class Um O CLAY TURNER Captain ot Basketball Team Q Y 2 I Treasurer ot "M" Club Q President ot Freshman Class ww w...,q:f-,.,Nv ..,,,mL.3WQG, Wisgimm- , 12 -,5 l:5EgsLlt v ...qnmmkmihwuu Wlifiiimighs mb 1'--IQ 3 g l ,K Xxx . i 6 ull' 4' f HE LEE SHEARER Ediror of Mohian Hlnclepencleni, spiriTecl, and full of fung she is always on The run." Nm CHARLES ROLLINS 2 Head Usher and Track S far "Ambition To aTTempT 4 and skill To Win." LEN COLLIER . Co-eclifor of Hi Times " . . . nobly planned, To warn, To comfort, and command." MARIAN CADDIS Presidenf of Bible Club "Noi very Tall, in facT small, BUT her good na- Ture is liked by all." ff is s TOMMY ATKINS Acfor and lXl,H.S. President "Noble actions characterize The great" JIMMY POOLE Cheerleader and Senior Veelo "NoThing is impossible To a willing heart" XA i E -0910399 SUSIE BLACKBURN Flufisf, scholar, and speaker "They know enough who know how To Iearn." nr I f I f rr fm . 7 W fy ,M ,C r I ,v,,QiC' W yW,.,Q7f - 5 V' If f '.,, ff' we Sa , UU W, ,WZ , .gg 1, A fuse: fm ! 2 i M f " I' ,, , I, L ,V 1 BILL BAVVDEN Drum Major "To be of use in the World is The only way To be happy." RICHARD STOVVE Debarer and Hi-Y President "When DuTy whispers Iovv, 'Thou rnusT', The youth replies, 'I can'." 78 I If. .- Im. ,- ' A-0- V. I,4,:x,. ya,x, y H " ' , ff ,.,. , N X .gf as ' ' , wf D V In ' ' f f P' ,f if , , BILL ELLISOR Key Club Presidenf "A willing heari, a helping hand, always ready on de- mandf' SUSAN TEMPLIN Senior Treasurer "A cheerful heart, a cheerful smile, a charm of friendship all The while. 79 .f 4 i 1 1 , ANN STEVENS Azalea Trail Maid "If eyes were made for seeing, Then beauiy is its own excuse for being." 1 Ann Stevens closes prom with senior class president, Conrad Freeman. Mr. Pelfrey caiches high points of the prom. O 1 The Junior-Senior Prom is a lasTing TradiTion of Murphy High School. Now aT ForT WhiT- ing, The curTains are once again parTing. CelesTial scenery is re- vealed as The Roy Choice Band plays "From Here To ETerniTy." On a crescenT moon, Gloria Merry receives Micheal KnighT, PresidenT of The Junior Class TogeTher They descend The sil- ver sTairvvay. The leading ladies 80 aww As calloUTs from hoTh The Junior and Senior classes Tol- lovv, They are presenTed wiTh sTerling braceleTs and key chains. Closing The procession are Ann STevens and Senior PresidenT, Conrad Freeman. The nighT is only beginning. Dancing and Tun conTinue ThroughouT The evening and aT inTermission, a parTy is given Tor The callouTs. AT l:OO AM., The dancing ceases, anoTher prom is ending-a prom vviTh memories - "From Here To ETerniTy." and Their escorts. Gay dancers on prom night, 3 T-if .sw-.3 51 3 1- s-:gg iv. ii, my -.fi Junior class president, Michael Knight and his call-out, Gloria Merry. Lg. .. 2 iii? , ri fr gg i -if 1 'ar-.r .c is 2 f ,A is 1 is 1 if E 3 1' 'T 2-is 5. 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Dukes, Mary Sue Dunn, Darlene Duren, Dwayne Dutton, Betty Duvall, Sara Dyess, William C. Dykes, Billy Eason, Douglas Eden, Phyllis Edwards, Eleanor Edwards, Lynwood Ernest, Kathryn F xg gm 'Xe X av.. X MN" 'G' : xl " A' NVQ S-If 6- X . sl, N Sei :.x ksksxiix 5 is 1 ' 3 gm, gx , wmv xv ' . n.A,, y I . N. , .LAY 1,a,,. Nh' s-...- c X 5 f N zx' V Esneul, . A .5 F Je V VY s, A .. Estes, D Q ,Q Q. -, ' ,Q an uv -s . L5 . -.0 M Beverly ' " ' Evans, , ,. sur! W , ,W A rn a n d a X X X il x 'L ' Evvert, i G F Gretchen F Ezell, ,' e it DW" , ee,,- it Iqx Ezelli , is Q R tommy I - ' ,N I Fann, 5-3 ,. , , ,gay A q 4, Claire "'t A' ' AR- ug. me 4' Farnell, s m s N' A 'J l Herman - ,QQ Qtff' i Farnell, 'f F Marian f' li if X Farris, 3 Gail . e,r., , b at Favre, r. if :.ju?,e:Q l1:E:, Y XR Nell L' ' ' ' sh A ' J Feinrnan, 5: We Q3 Ronald Ri"-ifa F acts C? f'-'fs fs ofa f Fields, . - X - s., F G-, . 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X W t be I Sw I S xi X I 3 e I WWW' ff -axf-fw, . A W, , i ,,Q,. , pa , 5. 5 .Q X-3 f X 5 f -4 Q F3 wig ,Q X X29 " sag x Q 1 :., Mu: .,,,- . f- '-fzyi d eerleaders salute The panther!! JIMMY POOLE MIKE WHITTMAN E i f ' ' I '- e :xx x fkf qev V L"' I b lx C' " 7 4X . 0 M 151255: ' . We mf x 4 NX Q Q 5 x ,X ,X X ,aw ai' E Ik rdf' f f f I JOYCE BEAN head cheerleader GLORIA MERRY TOMMY ARENDALL PATSY CODY 'I l28 N 1-2 - r Cfif--f " ,.5T,,K4 LL! : VM 1 Tm luh fi- X, W !Z K X New L jaffi A ,Q Vrkr . X ' HA, l . WV A LEE FORD TOMMY MASON SHARON BALZLI The cheerleaders, The hearTbeaT of Murphy, vviTh Their opTimism and viTaliTy are The main- sTay of The TooTball Team, Throughout The TooT- ball season and again oluring baskeTloall The enThusiasm of The cheerleaders guides our Team To vicTory, or assures The players of The sTudenTs' confidence ThaT They have done Thpir besT in defeat WiTh Their consTanT pracTices, pep rallies, and games, Murphy's cheerleaders are The per- sonified spiriT of our school. Roll Panthers . . . Bear Pensacola! N , , ,W 5-, fs. W! ,A 'L ,. wm V4 MR. GEORGE HILL MR. CHARLIE WILCOX dy ' Athletic Director 1 ff ,ff ,Qu 5 X' f I 41 ef 2 X ? l L af L 1 K Ri 1 A f 49 lllll lllll Q l , .,,. ,. .... Z- ,,. , . At, V L I " '- A . 1 . N f,.,..-,.4., ,, X'?'GQ - ,Q W . .- Wx-Y MR. vves WEBER MR, JACK LOCKLEAR I30 i 5 N X .s , . x N , . xv QL fx, 7 Coach Wes Weloer's PanThers had a spiriT- ed buT disappoiming season. AT The close of The season, The record of seven losses and Three wins was compleTed. The Pan- Thers began The season wiTh a smashing 18-6 vicTory over U.M.S. and ended iT in a haze of glory wiTh a 27-O Triumph over Gainesville, The PanThers also won The homecoming game againsT Pensacola. The Team's losses were To such highly respecTed Teams as Phillips, of B'ham, Jesuir of New Orleans, Bessemer, Vigor, McGill, Lanier of MonTgomery and DoThan. Even wiTh such a disappointing record, The Murphy rooTers TaiThfully supporTed The Team Throughour The season. "For when The One GreaT Scorer comes To wriTe againsT your name, He writes-noT ThaT you won or lost- louT how you played The game." MANAGERS: Williams, Russell, Flowers, Moore and Harris few Qi fd -S H O- iga '- TOP ROW: ChrisTian, Cooper, Bridges, Kirrrel, Powell, Guess, Williams, Barnes, Lindsey, McClammy, Neidenbaugh SECOND ROW: Murphy, STephens, WesTon, Magnes, GunTer, MaiTre, McFarland, Buce, Savage Vir-cenT BO1:TOM ROW: Sinclair, Beauchamp, Barnes, Williams, Ezell, MiTchell, Reynolds, Cross, Bufkin. OLIVER SINCLAIR TOM EZELI. QE 8. eeded Yardag Panrhers rdf-k UP n ZX-75,765.6 In The opening garne of The '56 season The PanThers goT off To a good sTarT by deTeaTing The U.M.S. cadeTs in a hard ToughT baTTIe here aT Ladd STadium. ln The second quarTer The CadeTs vvenT ahead 6-O on a sixTy- one yard TD sprinT. The PanThers only drive of The TirsT half was squelched by a Murphy Tumble in Their ovvn TerriTory. The second half opened up a se-venTy yard run by'Ed MiTcheIl To Tie The score. AnoTher Touchdown was scored by Bob Barnes on a one yard plunge. In The TourTh quarTer The PanThers don'TinaTed play vviTh a TiTTy-eighT yard march ThaT ended wiTh The score ThaT puT The PanThers ouT in TronT by a score of T8-6. The sTaTisTics were in The PanTher's favor by a greaT deal. ff .T .ann..,.., I W ,Ti PHIL MAGNES f we 4 as Magncs craslic-s Through line with suppori. l32 1' .. Q kj X ' , ' ' Qw We X i - Q - is L B B L as A B A . L . T ' Visits: ' ' ' XZ., - L ,, , . - W is l . L E., .cc g yo cccc B ' A fi 9 .'V - . L. 'T ' - 3. X . ' W' as B L rs B ,st Jwx ix X,.,Ax u .La . . .,-x. if if f .J X 3 ' BILL VINCENT Ronnie cizoss ED rviirci-ieLL BOBBY BARNES i . . The second game for the Panthers was the clash with the Phillips raiders. The team had victory in their minds, but a long pass play put Phillips ahead early in the game. The Panthers came back to tie the game when Freddie McFarland scooped up a a touchdown. Late in the second fumble and raced for quarter Phillips vvent GEORGE BARNES K ahead TO-7 on a field goal. In Panthers moved the ball to the a penalty forced them to surrender the ball. On the third play the raiders completed a pass that went 86 yards to put Phillips out front l7-7. After the next kickoff, a Murphy pass was intercepted and run back all the vvay. This was the last tally of the game. The final score was 23-7 in favor of the raiders. the final period the Phillips three before ALVIN GUESS Pix is ' csc: . A T L ' .PSB X s K X r X s - Bridges crashes through to stop a would-be punt return. I33 Y? Nixkm QJNA YY cr gifts Y 56 X X 'X is A Q X gxffiss st as ,.4s-341:25 -r ft-f -K - , -ss. 'Ls ,' QM . '-'l i k' r 5 assi X is QQ' , af af is N , af is tw Q 2,Zg.4-gms. K i E its JOE GUNTER ROY WILLIAMS FRED MCFARLAND 6.- Murphy's defensive unit did a Tremendous iob of stopping Jesuit's T and Single-vving attack in the first half. Tvvo passes by Jesuit High clicked a fourth quarter TD and the New Orleans team carried a l3-6 victory back vvith them to the Crescent City. Mur- phy, which dominated the play in the first half, scored its only TD on the second quarter pass from Williams to McFarland. Murphy threatened several times but the breaks lust vveren't with the Panther club. ' 75 - 27 Murphy played a stubborn game against Bessemer which ended in a 27-7 victory for Bessemer. Murphy made its only sustained drive of the game in a 75 yard march which began in the fading minutes of the third period. Bill Vincent and Oliver Sinclair alternated carrying to the Bessemer All yard line on the first plays of the third quarter. Ed Mitchell streaked through a gaping hole at right tackle for Murphy's only touch- dovvn, and Bridges converted. A lense mOrnenf ' Sinclair breaks through secondary for substantial gain, ,,,v,.,6 ,.,,, W., I34 .cs vests E .,cci 'Nl Panthers find it tough going. 24- 0 A not to be denied group of Panther ballplayers dealt Pensacola a smart- ing defeat in one of Murphy's outstanding games. Murphy scored first early in the first quarterg after a pass play to the Pensy 26 set up a TD play. The try for the extra point was blocked and the score read 6-O. In the closing minutes of the first quarter the Panthers scoreol again with a seventy-four yard march to paydirt. The try for the extra point was again faulty and the first half ended with the score I2-O in favor of Murphy. In the third quarter, Sinclair swept around the end on a pitch-out play and scored Murphy's third TD. In the opening rninutes of the final quarter the Panthers scored their last touchdown with the Panthers out in front 24-O. .f, ,551 BOBBY COOPER A gn 'xt ue""eN.. ,f,,.. COOKIE WILLIAMS CHARLES KITTREL It 3 McFarland picks up yardage after completion. I35 Et 5 DAVID STEPHENS Awww , ,f SID BUFKIN DON CHRISTIAN 4 CHARLES BEAUCHAMP ll ind. Vincent chBfl9e5 Img' m 75- cuuJez27 The Sidney Lanier poets outscored the Murphy panthers in a terrific battle. Except for a couple of long plays that set up touchdowns for the visiting Poets, the contest was evenly played. Murphy's initial score came on a pass play from quarterback Joe Gunter to end Fred McFarland who galloped down the sidelines on a 63 yard scoring play. In the fourth quarter Lanier scored their third touchdown after the Panthers were backed up deep in their own territory and forced to punt. The Panthers scored after the kick- off making the score QI-I3. A last minute interception ended the Panthers hopes and the game. Bufkin prepares to use his shoulder. I36 TOMMY BUCE JOHN WESTON MIKE MAITRE Ng' fzjllx six M 1' my ,N- Q .Q Ns.. .sw ,. ,. .Q GRADY MCCLAMMY WALLER MURPHY JIM WOOD 15- gf 74 In the local battle between Murphy and McGill, the Panthers saw a vvin elude their grasp by a last minute pass to tie the score and an all important extra point that gave McGill a T4-T3 victory over Murphy. McGill scored first when a Panther back bobbled a punt on the Murphy 12. The extra point made the score 7-O. Later in the first quarter a pass set up the first Panther score. Bridges converted and the score was all tied up. In the third quarter Murphy went out in front on a 70 yard TD march. The try for the extra point was not good. lt stayed this way until the closing few seconds of the game when a desperate pass connected for McGill. The try for the extra point was good. The final gun sounded with a very stunned group of fans in the stadium. Murphy starts 'em early! 5 , 5 , 4 xi., ,, . S Fl' T ' 1 . . 3 fb c f ' ' . .. K .vs is , . l T x N -- ,. it f Q .XQQNX f x I-ff" 9 - - X 4 if fs N, xc XX-s TNNW . . ic, W V .. .. W ...N X- s, .. .. N ss--s s -wr f "1,gsf.cnxs.-s.:'s...x.-X-QA... k-yQv..MlPV.:i X. X U s ,zigxxisx - is -sw-gifs.. .. bc :X Y .- ..,, . . cc, as-s-Q. was-5 L s.X..mx.xf X-fam--f .W x .N M., --Us s - ,ss .- -sv-swsswsss -Q . -Y - N. .wma c .. l37 Magnes looks for payclirt. Panthers start the game. . ' I, J. D. BRIDGES PHIL SAVAGE 7-Dat4aa79 The Dothan Tigers rolled to a 19 to 7 win over the Murphy panthers after scoring three times in the first half. Butter- fingered ball handling cost the Panthers dear as the Dothan team picked up four of Murphy's bobloles. Phil Magnes, Murphy's offensive workhorse all night, took charge of the Panther's touchdown drive in the third quarter as the Murphians ground out 5 first downs. Along the route to pay dirt, Magnes broke away for .runs of lo and 8 yards plus several similar gains. Ed Mitchell picked up lO on one try and Bill Vincent got 9 on another to help the cause. Magnes's one yard smash climaxed the drive. Roy Williams booted the seventh point for Murphy. This is the way the score stayed to the end of the game. l38 6-Wcycwff After a high spirited and hard fought game, Vigor downed Murphy with a score of i8 to 6. Vigor scored two touchdowns in the first half, with Murphy scoring only one. Murphy's sole tally was set up by Fred McFarland returning a Vigor kick-off to Vigor's 39 yard line before he was pulled down. In the next play Bill Vin- cent advanced 23 yards to the VVolve's lo yard line. Joe Gunter passed seven to Sinclair and the Murphy halfback bulled on two plays for the first clown. Vincent smashed to the one on two plays and then Sinclair smashed through the goal line, The try for the extra point was no good. Vigor went on to score once more and that is the way the game ended. '55-1 X . - r yi.: lark' K ? 1'! SQ? '1,' c fVlcFa,-lan d ma keg 9f0b de . SP f - 1 e interference VERNON LINDSEY wOrk. emonstrafes Team .A-1+ro d ,l gxwmmm-"" ,--- K .. Ml' XE' Bridges shows good form. Oliver breaks away to keep Murphy in the lead. Sandra and Tommy reign over homecoming activities. I This is the big day! As excitement fills the air, Murphy students become full of pep. Hurriedly they fill the stands to begin a day of spirited activities. On a cold windy morning the crowd cheers happily as Fred Cody, Stu- dent Council President, crowns Sandra Winter Queen of 1956 Homecoming. ln the presence of the court, the football players and coaches are introduced. After a word of encouragement concerning the Home- coming game, the cheerleaders entertain with a trampoline act. In closing everyone ioins in singing the Alma Mater accompanied by the band. All through the day anticipation heightens and after an energetic pep parade, game time finally arrives. Everyone comes to boost the Murphy Panthers. In the crowded stadium cheers grow louder as the Murphy team steals the game. With a final score of 24-O, happy Murphians celebrate the victory at a home- coming dance. This ends a perfect day. Murphy goes all out for pep parade. Joyce thrills crowd with a trampoline act. fr Q A. sf rpl ,E V.r, , . V '? - ,TH:., ,.i . :A ...V J 0.5-Q,-:Z i : .i V 153 ,ry ..x,xWc,' Q15 h ,rom f W1 U- V'r" : r,,,f?i'x' Wi 7'-21 . f ' F " 1 7' H' ' JWV' A Q V rn . f5.x,. , 1,Lfi. ' 'rl' 'ff' Lf 'ky-, L Q 5? +, '1 -Nr' V zvxy -wr, '1F' o f H Ah A 45 U1-n " 'L k h ghffvgh qy 12 - H' 1, h U c If 1452. ff! , .-ff V '-J Ay- --. ' ft- -24 Coach Weber introduces the fighting pamhers. r MUrphy's band puts on gala half time show. l4I I ,V ' ,W i, V 3 -Nw, . A , , , . I .H V M D V -fa, ,,,,,gm ,, , V ,A -.,. ,-M ,Mx , x A Satisfied . . . Real satisfied! Nan Smiih and escorf, Jim McConnell 5 R iff' f i:f"r mf"W,.,-1' rf' Nix? E -if-5325 ' I fi N -f-.S Q, x X , FTS gf' I A.q,4 fN 3',aav v: ff ,,.v ' 1 'I 'V ff 'f 5 ,A,f,,. 1441- 11' fx' , , fu' ' l .f Glynn Boris escoried by Lewis Marshall. Lyn and LUCY greet the student body l42 'Xl I BeCkY MUVPIWY and her escorf, Jimmy Simpson. Dottie Linie escorted by Darweli Davis. dam: e i I . Ann Joyner and escorf, Yerger Johnstone. Alan Rester escorting Q.. Q 2 Q2 2 Barbara Kennedy 5 i 5. i i ' i r , f S I ,-' W ' ,- Royalty reigns I43 -d"N jf, eff Murphy drives home with a lay-up. 1-,A , The T957 basketball season proved to be an interesting and lively one for the Murphy Panthers. With a fairly small number of re- turning seniors, the Panthers managed to pile up an impressively large number in the win column. Sparked by the Bolton twins, l-lenny and Lenny, and Jimmy Wind- ham, the Panthers were able to make an impressive showing in all of their games. The real interest in the basketball team lay in the keen intra-city battle for the city championship. The Panthers took an early lead in the race by defeating both UMS and then Vigor by narrow margins. The lead was increased when Murphy defeated McGill. The race was narrowed however when Murphy suffered a defeat at the hands of Vigor in the rematch. Smarting under this defeat the Cats defeated the UMS bulldogs on their home court. The race ended in a tie when the Yellow Jackets defeated the Pan- thers in a terrific battle on the hardwood. The end of the season found Murphy, as always, with a team every student could look upon with pride. ! . ine., f f V 'VE' , V-'s"l P rx 1 ,. - X " ft -c . -'I r P' 4 j ' 5 ff, QQ" ' W lx r gg , A Q f . + ' ' 7 1 ' 7 ' l 'J ' 'Q ' 2 . Q - f ll" K l n . X t l 1 , fr f A 1 ' 'N . s , ',,, wg" l Q tfafxs: lf A N, sth, ' ' . X, , x ,,.- - Qs T' fx -A Q fu- w asses lt l i. N? a"' ' e 5 , 1 ., . N 'il 5 , 1 ' as f r , t lt, T l A Qi 'Q i l i it 3 4 , YA 'S T J f T i T f i s f T . l 1 K f "' T E I 1 , V ' NN E z l V OI-'VAR SINCI-AIR ROGER CARNES .5 A BoBBY.RoBiNsoN HENDON BOLTON - x BGBBY SPIVEY l 7mm fy I I I XX , i X-. I 5 5 ,Y X F 3 . -QE' , I 5 I I I' E ,I .WI x .V , ., . ,X X 1-QE I . I IJ X 4 is ki w-if:-9' "v'l: I N ff ff fl f bg is I X . 1 , .,,.,, N iw RL K 5 . K GERALD OWENS . BUTCH TURNER 'X f 3 I I I.. QP" wifi, -M X: . 'FF +- A R 5442714 ' 31? I ,I X, II I ,I r i I , X I ' . E I I I Ng Q "- NA A 3 I ' A 5 7 X X X 5 g 1 I l ,-, X I I , xi Q JON PIERCE I I 5 I ' E' E ? W X Q ix I , Q N ,,,,, I -I E I X .. ., Q I ' V 'I - f . H Y - X JIMMY WINDHAM El3 AE E. ,, W- .S -X I . WAYNE COWART i f , , X 5 X- - Y If - .. . ' '- 5 I LENOON BOLTON ' I , I T I I I, EE N SIN I I I f EE E N E I OOQQ Y' O Y X Q 4 Xyggg L A X L is . . V q VI I n X .x xxx, Q .-,-'- 5 .C , 1 L I DARWELL DAVIS XE f EARL HARRISON Fl' Q7 65. gm , N I I 4 ' -M... Q g, , I 1 MMS Murphy takes to the air. TOP ROW: Drago, Burns, Ladner, Webb, Wimer, Gross. BOTTOM ROW: Coach Pelfry, Middlefon, Gilliard, Henry, Haas Bolton takes aim. I46 gm-1--22 - , 1 :ffl ' , ,, Q. 4 , , , a 3 it A i i , 'J' E K V ' - K, N, l 1 eff 161, 1 xo if 1 S T 'W ' fm.M,.,,, ,..y H f' 1 -3i'LXQlT'f' " ' X?-:E i 1 , mf M if 5 1 ,A , 5 R r - v K in , fi lq 4 TOP ROW: Coach Hill, Windham, Pierce, Carnes, Spivey, Robinson, Covvart, Harrison, mgr. Miller. BOTTOM ROW: Davis, Sinclair, H. Bolton, Turner, L. Bolton, Owens, Clay Murphy works inside Lanier's defense. mb? W5 Nj I47 "All for one and one for aIl." sos. ,.M.,,,4, Sprinte rs get set. State Cross Country Champions TOP ROW Coach Carley Kernes Richard- son Henry Hamrick Keenan BOTTOM ROW Manning Coale Rollins, After winning the state cross-country championship Murphy has a potentially strong team this year. With only seven returning lettermen from last year the Panthers will be depending on added depth from several sopho- more and iunior men. Some ot these are: Burt Rowell, Stewart Kerns, Harwell Coale, and Jimmy Waltman. The Panthers are extremely fortunate this year to have Coach Fred Carley putting them through their paces. TEAM TOP ROW Rester Bear Noise, Magnes, Bridges, Lindsey, Vail, Coale, Rowell, Houston, Panatatoff, BOTTOM ROW Soberg Hamrick Keenan, Kerns, McCardel, Rollins, Manning, Nelson, Waltman, McRae. I 1 1 l H P SS-1-1' Xs ::fi?'F I -'N-wwf...-..,,,..,.. 35 Bert navigates the high hurdles I Coach Carley gives pre-race instructions. Coach Carley is donating his time and talents purely for the love of the sport. As of now the team has had only one meet with Rollins and Lindsey both taking first places in the mile and shot put re- spectively. Teddy and Withers drive out on a 300. Distance men get set for a time trial. I49 Waltman clears easily now, , - f:,-VQ .-V' 1 gg .,,., W . 7 I H-Wir, 4 S. hs""'-'ff-a.,,,,, Q . t .4-2 A - . ' . ?' - W V- ' :-fzw-ez.-nw sf :-Ir..--'Q V . , 1 f f. "1 f .. ., , rlii 'ft -fr ' ' . Q , '. . fr'-1 Vy yy, .W V .. . . . M... ,,W,,,M . is f ,ly f f -1, ... . i 5 ?W.f.!.f-Q . 1 I ,A ...4---'WM' - ' We v M' ',.a---' t. .fa-V - 1 so I " :MH . f 1 2 f ,,.,. as . ' l 4. , Q I I ' 1 W nwiiie nr!!! 1595! W 'Wie-z.'f .Yi ff 21' 1512?-ITM" elsif! :W f-" ' 7:::" fff'- ' .1 N4 f1EIb2:2:'f-,,,, .12'1'kfLf2f:Z2fZ"''A1555.1-5:111I1",ZIYS5:-V ' ., YQAQ . 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' j. :V ., , ' :fi-Lg , ., -39:12,-,,, f ,fs :ff fit Part of the team looks on with interest. TOP ROW: Turner, games. McFarland, Maitre, Mitchell, Cooper, Savage, Buce. SECOND ROW: Liton, Wheelis, Wilson, Weldon, Tanner, Davis, Sinclair. BOTTOM ROW: Guess, Z Q M , Q VU ' 'V 4, 3 Gunter gets ready 'For a double-play When the 1957 Mohian went to press the Panther baseball nine had not taken to the field for the first game. Due to the early deadline for the printer, statistics are not available as to the results of any of the Egell, Gunter, Gurwitch, Bush, Faircloth. me isw Vai?-W Q, rg 4 . W X Z I g I ' 4 f-' 2, ' ' ' 4, is S ' i, KW 2, ' . 'X 'WW f, 6. nl gn l g K . I f I- f 'W 'M ' M we 1 aku., 'f 4 X 1421 ' M' 1 H Q ' ' ' 52 ' A 1 -4 J ' 7' . , ' l W . f MZ 9 , ff 2 if ' My ' 3 I Er. 2 ' . 4,44 il- 5 Q Locklear gives the boys a briefing However, Coach Jack Locklear is expecting a fine team again this year. A great many ot Savage gets ready tor 5 the pitch sm gk the boys on the varsity team are returning V . . . - " 'Q-4:1-V 'TJ' fit", . ' from last year which will give them the , ' 4,a,7i'trQ5V experience necessary to meet the seasoned - opposition ot the teams on the Panther sched- Ule. With a well-balanced infield and outfield, , WHL 'Q' " L I the Panthers can be depended upon to pro- . . " ' , ,ygiji ,AWMQ vide a tune team for the '57 season. W it fe. ' 3 A ,jg gi Q 5 ,L Q m y 1 s N ' sf . . .. '-sf--iff' 6 ffl ,... 1 K 1 ff t Turner tires a fast one lg ""' 3,5 5 - ' - N ' M 'i it it it " ' , .. ,M .: if ' Q I 5 I ni " . N, ' '. - . V ., .M 'ser-'H t . 2 - ,Q 5 Aff ' m.fe'g K 'viii 'K Teammates look on while Buce scoops up a grounder Q , x in . ' L ,., I 6, mmmwcN.as,msNs mvmvmxwxsmxw Nap' gy is S .W ,, ,,.,,,.J ,,x, V1 ., . V fiat -v , , ,.,.w.W TENNIS TEAM-TOP ROW: Jack Henry, Tommy Sapp, Anson Moye. BOTTOM ROW: Roy Norman, Don Van Hyning. 770 , , , v, , l T T 1 1370. 43 ' V' ""' ' in ,wr-1 -'-- 5-y,f.,,,,y A 1 , , W 9 ' fa, fiW112l ,- WW- -f I Lf' Z ' if -.ll ' ' mf' 'f ' yi- " ic -f L,ifaf A ' f", W ' Zigi T ,y , f. ,,, , -,Myfv , f 4 M- - , f, ,,'-Afzyff ,f W, 'W 1 1' 1 A 1 'Q A? F' , ,ry . y 491 1 , f ' 9 f V -,gffz,,'z,v ,xii V ' f A i 4 ' V ,, , i r.frffff 4, ff,, aff, ,f -074 , hz 1 " QI ff , - ,,,f',f,5 ,. 1 ,Vg , , ,if mga' f f 4 H4 in ' , Aff 5 ,f'MfQi'C'7kf,f Where's ihe court? rf fn-kill-fwi? f if Y M' T i .- xt 11' Last year The Tennis Team was once again revived aT Murphy. A group of interested boys went To our principal for advice and before They had IefT, had Themselves a Team and a coach. As the Mohian goes To 'press they have made exfensive plans for a busy season. Rough or smooth? Tommy shows his form. 4 I' r I52 I was on the 18th with a three . . . .V The golf team has long been active at Murphy and golf enthusiasts have al- ways followed them with interest. Last year Murphy came through with the much coveted state championship and has a better than average chance of repeat- ing this great feat again this year. www- NNE TOP ROW: Thames, Dowdell, Coach Wilcox, Harrison, Knight. BOTTOM ROW: Dudley, Clayton, C I53 Now this is how its done Thames U55 56D State Champ oale Set them up again, girls. Murphy girls are Taking an increasing interest in athletics. They enjoy both indoor and out- door sports which are offered through the Physical Education Department. Among the favorite activities are basketball, tram- poline, golf and archery. Three times a year, a Play Day is held with Vigor. At these events, the girls compete in volleyball, basketball and soft- ball. The archery class takes aim. .. :Q vt AL. . 4... Q mix A.,.-, .sf ' Gail gets her eyes checked. ,bmw Any girl who is interested in sports may loin the Girls' Athlet- ic Association and the Swimming Club. Throughout the year the G.A.A.'s participate in many tour- naments. 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X V W4 ,.- n 'Y Jil- x ! lx, W U 1 ,N !,Ml!y4ykfW .NNW r' -li' ' YY ,-4' 1 ' Wi 'll X -All my Ji 5 l i x Wvff-f' X A f NX' X T V1 ,Vi A 1 K I Ay- '4 l,7 I ' X 535 ' fx Q' Q! W ' X61 '11 N pl I Y K, X K M V 'I TIM x Q9 , "ff, N K gsup' NF 1, ,JV I M aggx' ni-L if-1 --- '-1 F"'A' K , ' ' ' Mi f 7 -1 Jaw fV - . .RS 4...sN 5 'M f AJ X iam I57 ,ix W' 1 ' W! f ,f I I I iv,a1 :'z ,, - '- 7-S -7- 4-,-'weir X X A N1 v X L , ,gf J: M 5 Joyce Bean, Robin Holcomb, Dianne English, Susie Steiner Molly Grayson, Mildred McRae. IT you sTep inTo The Mohian room any day during The year your commenT is probably "How do They geT a yearbook ouT of all ThaT mess?" This is a quesTion vve conTinually ask ourselves. STrarTgely enough The T957 Mohian evolves from The clack- irig of TypewriTers, The shuffling of picTures, The Tearing of paper, and The occasional ouTbursTs of laughTer. TOP ROW: David Soberg, Shannon Howell, BOTTOM ROW: Bill Ellisor, Lynn Johnson, Richard Stowe, Norma Moafes. TOP ROW: Virginia Beard, Madeline Karl, Marian Cadclis, BOTTOM ROW: Joyce Richards, Betty Moore, May Carroll Adams, Barrye Brickrnan. SW! From This work vve hope we are giving you a good yearbook. We are Trying to Tell in words and pictures The story of The pasT year aT Murphy High. We have had our headaches and our Tun. You have The book. We hope you like it! Billy Prim, Martha Waltman, Marilyn Farnell. i--,K . -NSN Louise Shearer, Assistant Business Manager, Lee Shearer, Editor, John Seknicka, Business Managery Nancy Moore, Assistant Editor. 'lg-:L 'T laT1Z'4"' A J ee Tommy Hartley, Mary Frances Jones, Sandra Chestnolvick, and Jean Galloway Alice Frazier, Mimi Jones, Dottie Little, Babara Miller, and Mary Shane Howell Patsy Spencer, John Hinkle, Benita De- Van, and Nancy March The Murphy Hi Times is written, edit- ed, and distributed by a hard working Editorial and Business Staff. l , ,., .H -. -v' vga' "4-4, ' A ' ,,.,-al sf l60 At horne base, room 120, the Editorial Staff prepares copies, corrects galley proofs, and writes headlines. All through the year reporters are scurrying up and down the halls searching for news or Margaret Sears, Kay Reynolds, and Joyce Daly l X w i T 1" l 'T if lj w.li,l,. 4 My ' is 3 7' f1 fic- ' !ffzf,?-gf,2g5g,.' . 5 ez . -, 5 'gt 1 Qt.: , sq Q . 1'2" ' -1 ' ' C ., . .5 'xi I f . f 4 T . X P , xxx T gh A 'ivwfll 1 A vi Jo Anne McElveen and Helen Collier, co-editors, Miss Hinz, advisor ' ' Pai Myer, Judy Camp, Barbara Gilliam, and Tamara Riess. covering a sTory. ln room 215, The Business STafT of This monThly publicaTion works aT designing ads, handling circulaTion, and mailing papers To exchanges and adverTisers. Together, These combined sTaTTs make each copy of The Murphy Hi Times in- TeresTing and unique. Frances Jones and Judy Vanderslay Tommy Brown, Carolyn Moody, Ralph Holiday, Carol Clark and Roy Norman l6l 'Had' I , 7? "., , 5. Il llAYl.lp sllfii ff! nf If K, Yerger and Skippy help to curb traffic. VR Fred Cody presides over Student Council meetinq To insure fair government, to maintain the standards of good citizenship and to encourage high ideals among all students are the ultimate goals of the Murphy High School Student Coun- cil. Both the representative and governing bodies of the council work hand in hand toward these obiectives. The representatives council consists ot students from each section who serve 'as a for the State Convention Q ,.' ' Q f '- Q 4' ! QF ' K 5:1 . l Registration committee X, i , ' . l62 v --.M ,, is sc- link between the council and every Murphy girl and boy. The governing council is elected by the student body and they present the repre- sentative council with worth-While projects. Through their outstanding activities this depend- able organization is truly the backbone of our school. Parade against Cerebral Palsy. is Council washes Polio away. l l i If s Council officers, Cody, Hamilton, and Winter. Nominations and Elections Committee RU' N. .am ii ww, Monday afternoon Council meeTing. The acTiviTies oT The STudenT Council are vasT. ThroughouT The year chariTy cam- paigns and oTher proiecTs are conTinually promoTed. The UniTed Fund is The TirsT oT The chariTy drives. The high goal OT S700 was TriumphanTly surpassed. Co-operaTing vviTh The Teens againsT Polio, The Council holds an annual car vvash. AT This Time, approximaTeIy 50 council members wash cars and sell reTreshmenTs ThroughouT The day. Sampling convention snacks. As anoTher goal The STudenT Council sTrikes againsT communism Through a "Magazine Tor Friendship" drive. In This campaign, magazines are collecTed and dis- TribuTed To dicTaTorial lands overseas. As The T957 SecreTary of The Alabama AssociaTion oT STudenT Councils, This coun- cil Taces one oT iTs greaTesT responsibiliTies. This year The A.A.S.C. convenTion is held aT Murphy. The council provides housing, Tood, enTerTainmenT and souvenirs Tor each represenTaTive. The convenTion is The real climax oT STudenT Council acTiviTies. Gayle and Bert welcome Vigor students. ,x.1 ,Q xx X United Fund! Poster contest winners. Representative Council making final housing plans for state convention. i I AHF M lall S A H! ' v-,x Eli SAL I65 W DP' i TOP ROW: Bawden, McPherson, Thames, Poole, Howell, Panayototf, Bosarge, Sandlin. SECOND ROW: Atkins, Bean, Hocking, Turner, Fawcett, Stowe, McClanahan, Seknicka. THIRD ROW: Shearer, Blackburn, Cecil, Moates, Otey, Farnell, Barrett, Frazer, Howell, Booker. BOTTOM ROW: Shearer, Frazer, Cacldis, Self, Slobig, Graham, Collier, Kling, Tuthill, Curry, Platt, Smee, Geer. W , , V! ,c,,, , T 4,77 ffffw 2 'Wf- TOP ROW: Karl, Stovall, Cole- man, Armour, Koffman, Knight, Blanchard, Bryant, Friedman, Murray, Longmire. SECOND ROW: Blackledge, Lemon, Richards, Seever, White, Haward, Beard, Langford, Richmond, Carte. THIRD ROW: Gillis, Rouse, Smith, Prestwood, Rush, Draine, Merry, Little, Tuttle, Williams, Blake. BOTTOM ROW: Wigal, Price, Brettel, Hoit, Sikes, Allen Woiohn, Gibson, Reiss, Cohn. r TOP ROW: Henderson, Kellet, Spen- cer, Doyle, Holland, Dix, Moore, Rollins, Sutfich, Jones, Steiner. SEC- OND ROW: Jarrell, Sheppard, Sim- mons, Mann, Bianco, Wood, Bed sole, Howell, Lewis. THIRD ROW Grodski, Frielander, Williams Brickman, Renand, Harding, Cat- lin, BGBSOH, McNally, Schaefer Williams. BOTTOM ROW: Cooke Rester, Archer, Garrett, Niblettl Wilkinson, Howard, Higginbotham Marice. The National Honor Society is an honor- ary organization established to create enthusiasm tor scholarship, to advance the spirit ot service,- to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the develop- ment ot character. Membership in this society is one of the highest honors a student can achieve at Murphy High School. ln the annual installation ceremony selected Juniors and Seniors are tapped for membership. At the bi-weekly meetings ofthe N.H.S. members hold informative discussion groups and interesting programs concern- ing college scholarships. TOP ROW: Griffen, Lott, Moody, Adams, Steiner, Miller, McElveen, Pierce, McFadden, Comble. SECOND ROW: Calloway, Rudalph, Grayson, Murphy, Moore, Johnson, Martin, Jones, Sutton, Daugherty, Hart. 6 BOTTOM ROW: Menon, Templin, f Garrick, Dean, Campbell, Jernigan, Pope, Logan, Sowell, Laird. fif- Kiki? 1 z Officers: Poole, Bean, Atkins, Hocking Bawden ,,,. ,Q f.' Nl' 'I ij' wc' ' ms... I67 Y X S t NX Officers: McElveen, Miller, Frazer, and Collier TOP ROW: Soberg, Seknicka, Bassett. SECOND ROW: Thames, Funk, Jones Mayo, Vanderstay. THIRD ROW: Steiner, Chestnolvick, Marice, Moore Wilkie. FOURTH ROW: Moore, English, McRae, Parker, Doyle, Spencer, Williams, Reynolds. BOTTOM ROW: Clark, Brickman, DeVan, Shearer, Edwards, Taylor, Jones. 't A if Mr. Hodges, Mr. Seymour, Miss Hinz, Miss Ward, Miss Foster, Mr Wilkie, and Mr. Phillips, Quill and Scroll guests. Quill and Scroll is the International Honorary Society tor High School Journalists. The purpose is to develop a means of recognizing and rewarding high school iournalists of exceptional merit. To become a member of Quill and Scroll, a candidate must rate scholastically in the upper third of his class and must have done outstand- ing work in high school journalism. New senior members of mp Students offering important contri- butions to the school publications are recommended for membership into this honorary society. Under the supervision ot Mr. Roy Wilkie, Quill and Scroll held its annual induction ceremony on February 5. At this time forty-tive Murphians were ac- cepted tor membership. Quill and Scroll take oath. l i r r l i i i l l i Helen Collier pins happy inductee, Betty Moore. TOP ROW: Hinkle, Steber, Congleton. SECOND ROW: Dix, Dutton, West, March, Myer, Lukes, Galloway. BOTTOM ROW: Reiss, Camp, Price, Whit- inger, Little and Karl. N-wi c XC , gs. N V wr 7 kg ,gg 05516. 5, ff - we - at .. NX:..ss.-kziv . -- .:. --.- .. as -.,. . .. T I 'ii ' " K if T? ya , Q V X TOP ROW: Moody, Jones, Brown, Shearer, Sears. BOTTOM ROW: Miller, Frazer, McElveen, Collier, Howell. I69 A i E L s.1,,:.. . :. -we QQ WGS-an ww 2:-ax.-. - , 6 VVVV To 1 Routh, Tulhill, Kennedy, Foster, Robinson, Cecil, Booker, George, Merriman, Wilkins, McElveen, Steele, Philips, Wilson, Dix. Linda signs The book at membership service. f The club provides Christmas ioy Through colorful decorations. uv 13' , H ' 1, Kiln J Al ' sw, vi Q 'X 5 l X491 Vflv, , I . ,gy l wwf-'3 E i E 2 an aadktw 74715 Wanna Saccelq An EgypTian mummy case, "Eloise," The panTher, and a pair of penguins are iusT a few of The obiecTs c:reaTed and consTrucTed by The Fan RandleTTe ArT Honor SocieTy. Mem- bership inTo This honorary organizaTion is gain- ed by a conTesT open To sophomores, iuniors, and seniors. All members provide original posTers, props, and oTher arTisTic exhibiTions Tor school acTiviTies. The main proiecT of The socieTy is a spring PaTio ExhibiT in which These arTisTs display Their abiliTies. WiTh The purpose of sTimuIaTing arT inTeresT, Fan Rand- IeTTe conTinues To furnish Murphy wiTh arTisTic creaTions. FRAHS inducTs new members A h K m S Officers: Chestnolvich, Atkins, and Blackburn Getting off to a good start Susie explains the point system The National Forensic League at Murphy is composed of those students who have definite abilities in speaking. This honorary organiza- tion, one of 7OO chapters in cities all over the U.S., promotes debate, oratory and public speaking. Membership is conferred upon de- serving candidates vvho have taken an active part in debates and public speaking. Final acceptance depends upon approval of chapter members, Murphy faculty and the national headquarters. Other considerations are scholas- tic attainment and leadership qualities. All members of the league must have a keen in- terest in speech, maintain a standard of con- test ethics, and be of good moral character. In order to provide a constant incentive for further effort, members work for advanced degrees in forensic vvork. Degrees of Honor, Excellence, and Distinction in oratory are of- fered by the organization. Debaters study techniques A new member receives N.F.L. certificate Preparing for an orafory All ready for ind uctions I73 Beta Hi-Y-Litton, Clark, Weldy, Stone, Odom, T. Odom Wa- 2 Council exchanges fund-raising ideas for World Service. if Officers of the clubs consider ideas for having a week-end retreat. D HTY delegaTes assemble at The capital for Youth Legislature, High sTandards of ChrisTian characTer are creaTed and mainTained ThroughouT Murphy's Tour chapTers of The NaTional Hi-Y movement Each of These groups enioys meeTings, programs, and parTies in The youTh building of The Y.M.C.A. Working To- geTher Through The Hi-Y council, The chap- Phi Chi's make arrangements for annual birthday pany Ters plan proiecTs and obiecTives. The mosT anTicipaTed evenT of The Hi-Y is YouTh Legis- laTure which is held aT The sTaTe c:apiTal in The spring. OTher imporTanT acTiviTies of The Hi-Y include Conference, convenTions, chari- iTable proiecTs, and reTreaTs. Ira Haie assembles in full. ,Mainz -wan: . AM ws- A: ' 'f-- .re-cw' TOP ROW: Gwinn, Dueitt, Killinger, Co-ale, Owens, Clay, Scott, Duke, BOTTOM ROW: Miller, Handley, Bonds, Gaillard, Foley. TOP ROW: Jones, Amos, Boddon, Boardman: BOTTOM ROW: Stewart, DeMonbrun, Foster, Nelson, Cowart, Gordon, Mclean, Hurt, Bailey. TOP ROW: Dutton, Patterson, Dix Watson, Guerry, Preslar, Coppedge, Fahnert, Liverman, Thames, Bryant BOTTOM ROW: Boditord, Stuart Fisher, Lees, Wente, Foutz, Stan ford. "i" ' " 'T""""'M"'V""'W"""VW Murphy forms the traditional A Faithful, never tiring, symbol- izing school spirit . . . the Mur- phy band takes part in many activities involving time, patience and hard work. Performances in- clude music tor football games, pep rallies, assemblies, and pa- rades. The most anticipated events are a talent show, the State Band Festival, and the an- nual Spring Concert. ,many Wi?" si Jr the Alma Mater. gmac! All through the year, band members excitedly plan and practice for these performances. Under the capable direction of Mr. Ira Swingle, each appearance of the band is filled with enthus- iasm, pep and vigor. I ,, 2 X e 'i -4 ' . Maj ig? - , - l 5 ex V r' sv' g Eli -Q, is E -wl2s.s.,. . X TOP ROW: Coulson, Pickell, Entinger, Walker, Best, Hutto, Botter, Beard, Hall, BOTTOM ROW: Odom, LaMont, Kinsaul, Rollins, Brown, Head, Bawden, TOP ROWr Blackburn, Terry, Hudson, Crowell, Pouncay, McCarter, BOTTOM ROW: Truitel, Windwor, Frazer, Hibert, Oxner, Yemnfjay, Bawden, Wallace, Hatten. were ffl Murphy's blue and gold band. I77 ,fx LAW-. W . U U The Special Chorus gives a performance of "Cavalcade of America" at Thanksgiving. ' e The aspiring singers of Murphy develop Their TalenTs and abiliTies Through The Spe- cial Chorus. The chorus offers imporTanT musical opporTuniTies and experiences for iTs members. Good characTer, vocal in- TeresTs, and abiliTies are encouraged and creaTed. This unified group provides enTer- TainmenT aT many communiTy and school performances. Besides music for boTh The Kiwanis and RoTary Clubs, seasonal songs are rendered aT The school's Thanksgiving and ChrisTmas assemblies. Mrs. Peter delivers a few pointers To the girls ofthe chorus. Elaine, Helen, and Dennis make plans for The operetfa, 4'-J. L -Q! ix- - - l xx The boys' chorus memorizes a new song. Iii-T iilliimc. The most anticipated production of the chorus is an annual operetta. Every mem- ber participates in performances of "The Fortune Teller," the operetta of l957. Through the year this Special Chorus continues to spread happiness with music. At graduation we feel a lump in our throats as their clear voices blend once again for the Alma Mater of Murphy High School. l i wel X... Singers light the way to an effective assembly. Mrs. Myrtle T. Peter, the director, is the back bone of the music department. Sie, as Enthusiastic members board bus prior to singing at a banquet. ll? The girls make more plans. Wm -5 The All Girls' Council consists of repre- sentatives from each section at Murphy High School. Promotion of friendship, congeniality, and school spirit is encour- aged by these representatives. With the aid of Miss Josephine Hargrove the club performs numerous civic and school serv- ices. They supply the rest rooms at Murphy vvith soap, sponsor sock hops, and assist other clubs in various projects. Their most outstanding service is the organiza- tion of the Christmas Basket Program in which the needy of Mobile are supplied with gifts and food. A well-attended meeting of the council . 74 . 0 The happy officers of the All Girls Council. awww Red Cross representatives smile after H3 Christmas baskets were filled. Beverly helps prepare a horn of plenty for Thanksgiving. l8I Through service to others, the Junior Red Cross council, composed of represen- tatives elected trom each section at Murphy sponsors many outstanding proi- ects. An annual magazine drive is held in September and thousands ot magazines are distributed to hospitals throughout the Mobile area. Another highlight ot this -year's activities is a Thanksgiving talent show given at the Benevolent home. At Christmas the club furnishes stuffed ani- mals and dolls tor many orphans and hospitalized children. cmdafa Barrye signs Sec. 181 IOOCX, in Junior Red Cross membership, l , ,,y . 5 K, i 2 E X 4. . w we A. I 1. ' W V M ' kml, , ,. , . , ,...V , 'TW"'4f'rp fs -2' 'A 'rfs5:3"?WtiS- es. 1 ' wg: N C , x. ., . , l T' in V ,sig The Key Club's parking lot project. 6? Officers: Reeves, Ellisor, Clayton, Knight, and Rushin. Z KEY CUJB I Q lf' 7 - 9 T , 4 fi - i '41 f-rmtigz n WJ' mira vi I Q raw? I lb 1" V My M? l lg 'nl 1 T is , T' -.ZW ff f A , rf o,,,' 1-ff' ' W 2,55 . ' is w - fi rw ' W ' ' fm? .44 4 w 5 . I The congregate-d Key Clubbers! I82 The Murphy Key Club is a member of Key Club -international. lts objec- tives are to develop leadership, to promote initiative and to render services. The members participate in many ac- tivities fultilling their ob- jectives. Such examples are the supervision of parking lots and the sponsoring ot a spring leadership banquet for the officers of all Murphy clubs. F.T.A. officers prepare for re- ception. Practical experience To Those interested in The field of educa- Tion is offered through The Fu- Ture Teachers of America. These future Teachers substitute regular- ly each day for absent Teachers. Once a Week They relieve sopho- more section Teachers aT lunch. Other activities of The busy group include The annual F.T.A. Tea and The sale of Murphy stationery. Also, This year The club made visits to grammar schools where They observed elementary Teach- ers. .. Molly greets Mrs. Kern with a corsage. 414' sN'fc:s:f N X as -sly Jamie discusses plans for next proiect with F.T.A. members. I83 We Bible club officers plan for meeting, M,,Wnmng eau aww The dangers of alcoholism are studied through Allied Youth. The club encourages its members to set a good example by not drinking. Activities of this group include programs on alcohol at each monthly meeting. Panelists and guest aide The greatest book ever written is studied by members of the Bible Club. Reorganized under the guidance of Miss Katherine l-lope, the club meets on Wednesdays to explore the vvord of God. Besides inspiring lessons offered by Miss Hope, special music is also presented by talent- ed members. Bert Miller leads singing at Bible Club meeting. speakers discuss the effects of drinking on to day's youth. Also, at Christmas the members of Allied Youth sing carols to residents of the Home for the Aged. Allied Youth members give party at Little Sisters of the Poor. Officers of Allied Youth: Bentzel, Betancourt Ed s, .V .maunuuv-'-. wards, Reese, and Spencer. ,VJ Y.,ff.n.f , 4 ,ff iffy? ff' if ,, 3 X . 7 , 0 A ,, 5 4 1 Q' 5 J f 4 1 5 I K Chess Club officers: Ray- field, Allison, Woodfin, Marice, PanoyoToff, Chess is probably The most ancienT game of skill. MenTal Training, clear Thinking and un- ending pafience are valuable producTs of This game, This baTTle OT The wits occurs daily in room 205 aT Murphy during The noon hour. The Thirfy-six members of This group plan and parTicipaTe in chess TournamenTs ThroughouT The year. Membership in This club is open aT all Times To any sTudenT in Murphy High School who is inTeresTed in chess. Wafch ThaT queen, Lewis. 1 We 0 0 The obiecT of The Junior Hisforic Sociefy is To have fun while learning hisTory. A hayride To ForT Pickens, a Trip To New Orleans, and many Tours of Mobile are parT of The club's purpose. Carolyn reads a gay account of The hayricle To Fort Pickens. wwe: Ofher acTiviTies of This oragnizafion include several parTies, an annual banqueT, and a parTy for The orphans. A group from The Junior His Toric Socie-Ty also spoke before The Senior Historic Mrs. Clark and club members make final plans for 1 I T X sig .R gal! R sf.. .xfssswwyexwwx Radio Club meeting. Busy Radio Club officers are Flowers, Holberg, and ! in Moye The Amateur Radio Club maintains and operates amateur radio station K4BDS. This station can be used by all licensed members. During weekly classes the club hopes to train beginners to pass the examination for an amateur radio license. Other activities of this organization include the purchase of a very high frequency Walkie talkie. Members plan to use many of these Walkie talkies for point to point communication during school tire drills and other emergencies where there is need tor such contact. President Weinstein, Vice President Stanton - as Burt performs an experiment. This year as in many past years, the Chem-Bo-Phys Club participates in many scientific activities. The Murphy Science Fair, the Mobile Regional Science Fair, and the Alabama Junior Academy of Science are attended by the members of the or- ganization under the guidance of Mr. W. W. Fulcher, this group enters winning proiects in each exhibition. ..-4 Psychology Club enioys a guest speaker. Students of psychology, through professional and social activities of the Psychology Club, work to promote interest in' psychology on the Murphy Campus. The activities of this club consist of meetings twice a month, vvhich include both busi- ness transactions and interesting programs. Civic, social and moral responsibilities of busi- ness are fostered by the D.O. Club. Members of this organization include students of Diversified Occupations. Together, through the D.O. Club, these students explore vocational opportunities Murphy's busy office assistants. RP' E t w'f '- -EI' wh: i?:.:'.,c , E the human brain. .em V. gyigt, 4, An 4 gf'-4 we NJ Speakers from the Murphy faculty and the Mobile area are presented at each meeting. Be- sides lectures, club members also enioy actual exhibitions and demonstrations. and promote the growth of diversified occupa tions in the school, the community and the state At the end of a busy year of work and learning members of the D.O. Club hold an annual Em ployer-Employee banquet and dance. D.O. officers leaving school "1 " , f- H Psychology Club officers study vt 436' 14' 1' 'X Wife. iff ML .- xg x up 1 NWC' NIR A X:-3 I 'NMFS-. Y.- QQEQQ we X l as xg i s at tt l -t , .1 4 F t x XX QV1 ejaliji . ty FPS' lzfffik Y ., .e i X. .. F- l' - ' W C L i, L l lt n ll X Officers of Le Cercle Francais. E l x E M-Hitt: X ' J-'..,g,h l - -I.. n QV X in ' Q. ,Q X lla-nwiwzt X. 1 .- 5 X. H'-Q: i WixLS::. 1w .- 'lu i' my is -i Miss Nell Ruth Freeman sings love songs at Valentine meeting. didn Roman culture and literature is promoted by the Latin Club. Members take the names of Roman gods and godesses and answer roll call at each meeting with Latin quotations. Juniors taking third year Latin are impressively inducted into the club. At this candlelight ceremony an Members wear their laurel leaf crowns proudly. 721 Qi 1 I .-., , ,. 4 j'm S' 3 ' 1 . "Tout homme a deaux pays: le sien et puis la France." Every rnan hastvvo countries: his own and then France. Members of the French Club study their second country and its customs, throughout the year. At meetings, activities include the study of famous French artists, Van Gogh and Degas, the presentation of a play "La Femme Muette," and also a visit from Michel Colard of Bel- gium, Vigo?'s exchange student. Var- ious music programs are presented and the members, themselves, enjoy learning and singing French songs. apple is sacrificed to the gods and the spirits of Caesar, Cicero, and Virgil. The high point of the year is a Roman banquet. Members, who at- tend in togas and tunics, enjoy everything from eggs to apples. Latin Club officers don togas for induction ritual Sv 7 All types ot speaking, including debate, oratory, radio and television work is encouraged by Argument Incorporated. Besides discussion meetings and debates all through the year, the members ot this or- ganization participate in tourna- ments at the University ot Alabama and Mississippi Southern. This busy group is also responsible tor the increase in school spirit by the sale ot pep pins at Murphy. The purpose ot the Spanish Club is to promote interest at Murphy in the Spanish language and in the Spanish speaking countries. Programs and activities ot this group include movie slides, lectures, and discussions of Spanish lite. Spanish Club officers try their hand at the pinata. Members of The Spamsh Club enl0Y f'e5Ta "me .ass Pep Squad officers: Willis, Beard, and Moody. School spirit in maior sports events is encour- aged by the Pep Squad. This lively group holds pep rallies and sells spirit caps before each event. Future Nurses Club prepares for a film. rsstfl -N.. 'K Members ofthe Pep Squad getting ready for rally. During the football season, the members deco- rate the goal posts with Murphy's blue and gold. At the close of the sports season, the Pep Squad busily begins to plan next year's schedule. Members of the Future Nurses Club are inter- ested in the study of personal health and the opportunities of nursing as a career. Through guided tours and noted speakers these members learn the techniques of nursing and the problems of health. Other activities of this organization in- clude help proiects which benefit needy children in the Mobile area. Booker, and Rockwell, pose at Mobile Infirmary. VN K '- - Senior Future Nurses, Moates, Miller, Templin, Steiner, .ll One Tray, coming up. IT is only Through The efforts of The Keep 'em Rolling Club and Their advisors ThaT lunches are served in The cafeteria. Each school day members of This service club reporT To The lunch room To help prepare and serve a noon-day meal. Affer a busy year of serving beTTer lunches more quickly and efficienTly, The Keep 'em Rolling Club en- ioys a well deserved hayride. wmdiddwd The Visual Ed Club is responsible for showing all educaTional films To Murphy classes. The mem- bers consisT of boys who have a knowledge of movie proiecfors and film. They nof only run The projecfors, buf care for all visual educafion equipment by splicing film and keeping all pro- iecfors clean and in good working condifion. Keep 'em reeling. if I Y 5 w e Y y -P" 1lVa"HQ"f X ' : 1, ' r is X, X x :rs 1 Q . s -X. K . .. sw. .- we X 'kr' sc .c f . 2:2 2 A .Q , 5 rs 2 Q12 if T Y fi X W gc N ' l 5 X 'ya V 3 1. mg T l i QNX x M-SR. .W . -'wg ,ii , 6 f ml A " . ,lil S peg? XB The dancers of Murphy High School are called The Troupers. Each member of This club is ex- perienced in many kinds of danc- ing. ThroughouT The year, This TalenTed group Takes part in school presenTaTions including The opereTTa. Their main proiecT is an annual performance carefully planned and conducTed by The members and Mrs. Myrtle PeTer, Their sponsor. Classical Pas de Quatre. AT 740 each Thursday morning, members of The Chapel CommiTTee provide a devohonal period 'For all inleresled persons. These inTer-denominational devo- Tions aTTempT To develop sTronger spiriTual Ties among Murphy sTudenTs. Under The guidance of Mrs ElizabeTh Scarborough, The Chapel CommiTTee carefully plans Michael pracTices for Chapel Service if i lip 3 1 75440: 4 The Usher's Club is a service club of Murphy High School. The members usher tree ot charge to all civic groups ot Mobile as well as all school tunctions at Murphy's auditorium. The boys ot this or- ganization must be co-operative, neat, and likeable. In addition to serving the community by provid- ing the ushers for many presen- tations, the Ushers enioy being able to see the various shows without having to pay the price of admission. l The Ushers Club is opening night. ready for The Stage Crew, a completely voluntary or- ganization, works with its adult sponsor to assist with school and civic productions at Murphy. They must keep all properties ot the auditorium. Leighton and Stroud, stage managers. Head ushers, Charles Rollins and Tommy Sapp. bn. Duties of the Stage Crew range from hammer- ing to painting or even playing snowman by throwing plastic snow over the Special Chorus cluring the Christmas Show. The stage crew work on set for "Circus Maximus" N., .JIS , tl like . .wg N ibn if -is t l .Rs-5-i iss... 'ay' f' Aqua Maiclu' officers: Hunter, Frazer, Henderson and Leatherbury. Officers of G.A.A. Girls at Murphy who enjoy participating in sports may join the Girls Athletic Association. The- G.A.A. gives their members an opportunity to develop physical fitness in such sports as basketball, swimming, bowling, archery, bad- I 49 G.A.A. prepares for basketball tournament. ' I I I minton, tennis, ping-pong and softball. A tourna- ment is helcl,in each of these sports. At the end of the year the winners ot these tournaments receive an award at an annual spring banquet. Girls who are exceptionally skilled in swim- ming may become Aqua Maids. This talented group works hard with synchronized swimming and water stunts. Also throughout the year they watch tilms on swimming techniques. For many months the girls create and practice exhibitions for their annual show, "Dreamer's Holiday." y ,i 1, Ji -i A 'mx' .-1 ,,,.:-sf' ,I wr . . V iv--ef. ...gnc -mining, , it- is at ' Members ot swimming club, ready tor afternoon practice A . ss: x-csscs.,sswmNXsQ 4 bk f W 4, ,M ,f ,, at A I 2 A typical "M" club gathering. All lettermen of the four maior sports at Murphy are members of the "M" club. Together these boys advance interest in athletics and promote school spirit. This group has its own club house, where both meetings and relaxation are en- joyed. Proiects of the "M" club include the pro- vision-of sockhops and faculty basketball games during the lunch period, and also the cleaning of the Murphy campus. A nevv club at Murphy this year is the Spiked Shoe Club lt was organized to publicize and promote interest in field and track events This club holds several iunior high and sophomore meets later in the spring to help acquaint potential cindermen with track and field event procedure Members of this society con sist of cross-country and varsity track lettermen Our victorious track team. ' 1-I ll Future Engineers ready to adiourn. M42 The purpose of the O.B.E. Club is to uphold the standard of efficiency in every activity of school life. Students in Mrs. Sue Savage's advanced shorthand-typing class form the Order of Busi- ness Efficiency. And they're efficient tool Officers with campaign- for-membership poster. alone ' The members of the Engineers Club learn about all kinds of en- gineering from many speakers in this field. In their attempts to study colleges offering a good course in engineering, the boys send for catalogs from institutes within a three hundred mile radius of Mobile. The interests of this club also include service to the school. The members work with the Key Club in making the parking situation at Murphy a success. O I I This group fosters a spirit of friendship and good will between the business men of our community and the stenographers of Murphy President Sandgruber and officers. I-A Vasa- ' All clubs at Murphy are suc- cessfully guided and improved by The Inter-Club Council. To avoid conflicts, This group pre- pares a schedule of meetings, sock hops, and proiects for each club. To build a competitive spirit, The lnter-Club Council offers a Trophy to The best club among our many organizations. lt is awarded at The annual Key Club Banquet in early May. -7 Y-Teens is a service club in which girls work together to develop leadership and to improve The individual Through religious companionship. They are responsible for such proiects as The collection of books for hospitalized persons and YTeens officer outlines a community service proiect. il , . fl ivrs. A sw CX . I , SS six' .A 1 YJ X- 9, 'Nik mixx Sm 'ks Brandt watches a clown's head being molded. During the year school assemb- lies of all kinds enlighten and in- spire interested students. Whether an assembly is intended for the purpose of entertainment, educa- tion, or beauty, it is an added touch to Murphy life. l l gp' 5 , Here COINS fhe SUbSCfIb9'S' Zoe and Toni dance for Hi Times assembly. Surprised Fred sings aT Murphy Talent show. Among The most impressive assemblies are The programs for Thanksgiving and ChrisTmas. The Special Chorus arranges and pre- senTs seasonal music for These pro- grams. The annual ChrisTmas program by The special chorus was as inspiring as it was beautiful r -s X W X X Y X ' 'iff'l255fQQfQQEPi1i5i z 1 1 N 9 XXX wlswfx 1 ,gi -. .4.,, , ,, Q -s XX x xsk XXX Ny XXX XTX' XXX Xxxxk kxwN xN S X X Xs Xxx Murphians display their talent at band talent show Perhaps the most colorful and amus- ing of Murphy assemblies are the annual Hi Times and Mohian skits. Both of these programs are produced and presented by staff members tor the purpose of advertisement. Favorite son of the M club Butch Turner speaks at the Hi Times assembly. is 1 an ei. ,. , E j uni' FJ I i I li X -time x .X IZ' Pickaninnies dance in the Mohian assembly. O Educational as well as entertaining are The visits from Representative Frank Boykin, and Bogardus, The Clay Sculptor. With his hands, Bogardus molds characters in clay with remark- able speed and accuracy. At the Boykin assemblage, students of The Problems of Democracy classes discuss politics and current events. The Vigor "Bebops" entertain with "ln the Still of the Night." The G.A.A. leads the demonstration in the Hi Times Assembly. 20l Fred Sands discusses "Trumpeter's Lullaby" with Albert Amos. G 3 ig'-cs si Y z A41 wt A 44 l may vomit! de 7044 On December eleventh and twelfth the sur- prised Ernest Stanleys opened their front door to find the Man, Sheridan Whiteside, lying on the steps as a result of slipping on a piece of ice. Subsequently there crossed that doorstep a wheelchair Cfor Whitesidel, an octopus, fifty thousand cockroaches, two penguins, twenty Chinese students and a mummy case. These gifts were sent by his friends who couldn't pay their In one week, if all goes well, there will be 50,000 cockroaches! za . respects in person. However, the ones who did manage to drop by provided as much color as the presents: a butcher shop murderer, man- chasing actress, egotistical playwright-actor, and a professor who lived in a cave with only plant lice for company for two years. From his first words, "I may vomitl", to his last, "Merry Christ- mas, everybody!", Sherry and his colleagues romped through a lovable and laughable Four Arts Club presentation. Meet my luncheon guests-one's the butcher shop murderer. f'1 .V 1-A.-.- 5- s Z .1 l Some lovely holly for Hs . S ux ' Q lv N' 5 ' 5' N. P ff ,-A , X NX R . r E Q 1 5 ., W,-. AA x ,N you, d-ear M-r. White-side. On This calm and peaceful Christmas Eve . . She was wearing one of those new cellophane dresses . . . ! .5A:g,. e -K AA V F S wi N Y . gl Q5 5 -5 .vii fs X'W Y ,uf lbw "The emperor will surely reward me 'for this." The Circus Maximus, center of amuse- ments tor Rome in 67 A.D., held a mob of 385,000. In the 600 by 2,000 feet of arena, the Emperor watched chariot races, Troian horseback contests, and wild beast combats. But with the decadence of Rome came the decline of the Circus. Under the reign of de- mented Nero it was frequently debased by hideous spectacles, in which certain political and religious groups hated by the govern- ment were tortured by the most diabolical schemes. "Back into the dungeon, prisoner.' ,F H'n- 'hifi uh... . 'f if-A. I if! X X i Qli l l l "They're right, His way is the only way." O Far below the arena is a dungeon in which are kept the lowliest of criminalsg here are found the Christians, the group most de- tested by Nero. Among the prisoners in the darkness is Onesimus, a runaway Syrian slave converted to Christianity by Paul. The play concerns the influence of this man on the centurions and his fellow prisoners. f ..,,,1,w fmwwwfwwwf- E C- 2 .vvwwwwy . I i X I I F "lf only there were some sign to quench my doubt So these are Christians . . . a ragged lot. f "Now, my little ballerinas . . . Toe, heel." f qw, 2 2 '??f'7ff f5if' ' J 5? 5 qv, ,,.. j w5.,Q M24-f "-'W h' '- if V g it 'f ef mm 0' " W MMMWYWW "There's no charm like two laugh- u.q..A1.gfwA ' ff Q ing blue eyes," n " I was lonely, darling, till you ca "The brutes! l've been kidnapped!" Go to the palace at once! "One hundred florins, hah?" Enhanced by the ever-popular music of Victor Herbert, the Special Chorus under the superb direction of Mrs. Myrtle Peter and Miss Lois Jean Fitz- simmons presents its annual operetta. The action takes place in Livonia, an imaginary European kingdom, which, at the time is in an uproar due to a missing lottery ticket. Revolving around this hilarious setting is a colorful cast of ballerinas, soldiers, and gypsies. When the ticket turns up in the Count's snuff box, the chaos simmers down, and in the words of Shake- speare, "All's well that ends welI." "You're not half the man my Sandor is." Men simply can't be trusted!" Gay couples enioy a fast OHS. Douglas Johnston, Presi- dent of the Sophomore class and Carol Gwin lead the Sophomore prom. I' ' Sapdamaw 'mm This is Sophomore night-February 2nd -The Sophomore Prom. The younger set gather for their first high school formal. The Murphy Cafeteria is the dance floor, the WebsTer's Combo is The band. By magic, perhaps, the Cafeteria has become a wonderland-a "Winter Wonderland," dazzling white, with large, floating snow- flakes. The President of The Sophomore Class, Douglas Johnston, leads The callouts with Carol Gvvin. After class officers and sec- tion representatives are called, the dance is closed by Rosemary Adams and Vice President, Skippy Christy. Dancing and refreshments are enjoyed until midnight. Then the snow flakes softly fall on the "WinTer Wonderland." Look out for Those toes, boys! Sophomores give it a whirl. So that's how it's done. Zac eden 4? No more swirling skirts and dresses? -at least none today. Murphians are re- laxing in pedal pushers, slacks, and leans. This is Blue Jean Day. During this annual event, students in casual clothes enioy a sock hop, picnic lunches, and even history class. But it only happens once a year. Blue Jean Day Sock Hop. Fred and Kitty welcome our Vigor guest. Oh, Danny Boy." A friendship lunch. .evil 'ti ' VCA. ' But, I can't do that! zdeadeddp A warm smile, a friendly feeling and a courteous attitude are the mottos of annual Friendship week at Murphy. The schedule for these five days includes visits from Vigor students, a talent show and the election of our own Nlr. and Miss Friendship. Student exchanges with Vigor provide Murphians with a better understanding of this neighboring school. During their "One, two, and then rock." ..., ..3Jv. Murphy's Rhythm Rockers. ee? visit, Vigor exchanges display their Congeniality and present an enioyalole talent show tor our student loody. A casual an prevaHs on the Hnal day ot Fnendship week when students attend classes in slacks, pedal pushem,and pans Ahhough Fnenddup week B dos ing, happy mnHes atAAurphy connnue throughoutthe year. Vigor and Murphy students get together. Q i . -5? 5 3 ZX A Vicaor student meets Mrs. Fulcher. An adagio performed for the talent show. Y 1 , 754' 6' , Check those Bermudas! Good ness, Jay's strong! Hey! The bell rang. Af, fa. ' 7' I K , f '?jfy"f:f r fix ' Mg, flgldfpg f f"'?f? M 5 ff , 1245? fzfaayfvifif Susie-Ae-e-e ! L l A ' A gf ,f ' f VJ' ,' ' ff q ' f ' , ,, I V1 , , ,V 5 f 'A,'I:X?", f- C 'ffz gW'Jf'ff!"-f,-Z ' , '11-,C 3' , ' l l gW,nify,,,, , x .Q Mm I f, , ff 3 fff M' "fe, - ! Z if Q fm if 1 'f 2 J ,Q f K , f f .1 .u My, 1 f 1 f wg lf 42 X . A' A ' I I I i "' 4 l l , ,ix y X 7 I 1 l Q Y l - if 2,4 I l I f l ,. 3.1, I .Q h if Queen Bee! f f"' Wal, iT's Thisaway . . Um-good, fw I he act! This is The life! . . ..,,,, 7 7 K Behind the scenes. 7 4, f - . , .,',,. 2 A fffk' ' ff fs W Sorry, i 6 ' fb4' ' fix Q90 W' my f f f A ,of soft drinks are the best 4 if 3 B 1 fx ,W , 1 L ,L 5 f' ' f 26 W, L, , f"" X -f "" 4, !'f, iifLQ1" , W , . .,... m y , 1 yy- -Qaf.-v W 4 6315-4 Kg if ,X cw 1 X 1,44 ' ., ' ' " V :wait ef X 1" ff ff J if rs I 21 ffZ , m -fl 1 How about a lift, Sam. we can do, 1 5 2 5 L -N, Wfw' W' J, fi' 1 WW 'f , ,, ,, U iq wat. vfwfww, " I , i. tffgigi, . f. ,ff il?" fffwiiil f 4 f tw au H Long distance transmission Studying? E MH., 4" Ti1ree's a crowd. 2l4 .ff 'Q s f 4 ,J ""' if Those hard working cafeteria boys! f Boo! rife Don'T, Louis!!! .if .ye . X M ewan ff ,, "X .. , ,ev- Dicl a parade go by here a few minutes ago? ,qw .Y-if 'Wx ? if ls ,mi Four no Trump! 'qw 0 Qx m ff' wg-L: fiislihfizz-,.f Lee? LEEEEEE! stand up and holler! Write, pencil, write! A ,Ax N., Oh, 1hey're faking our picture' '-'UM U 'ililisqxg M Rm, 'VW was yu., ,gm Wm MW vu x gW"5-Ffvmwaaw A-5-uigaixzfg ,W A, mx' 'num aug 1 A PWKN 3'- ,- ,,1...a ,fi I ii .. X W W Double trouble w img! ,Aw :--rf: . g 5 2 ri 5 ,M ,Q , .,,f5 ,. ,AZ , , ff Q 1,Zf,"f' f""f'.f!' rw lg f f Q ffa,:,f,'. '. . -. .1.,: ,c ,- -' -,J ..1:,1f:'.,1.1:-.f,-Q-rg ,ff ,:+-.fag-11515 1 . - Q- 52. 3 f:2.Q'l V-, M-ff -, , . , ,gg-1i'I7 , -. 5 z,1.w. . , .,, ,ze .. .. ,ly 2 ik F, f 5, mrs-fv,j'f'2'fef.f 1 ' f :2fj5fLs'FfW5' '19 as if 1 5 1 Crazy maxed up cheerleaders. Pistol Packing Annette. is E , I s Q if - s Yep, 1here's nothing like the air force! e..,3 I: A.,a..a..a..a..h! The lineup. Three more maids quit this week 9 3. E ' A N,,.-..: . ee .4 s iff' l i i Taxi 5, .ee.. lj 55' 'A 'W 2 Q, 1 unf .,kN Gee, I'Il be glad when I can have senior lunch. 2l9 , -..,... f w W, ,. - L.. 'J Q N You're not paying attention. ' -+----F., Wow, A Lune up -lo vote? Toot! School really gets us down. 'f ' f t"L':-NWA. Up, Up, and away!! 220 W Ms. new twist. EEE X 'xg- Ljv 3:25. 1 VL 5 A Q . L. 1 ws ' X .51 a x- it , .. .,,. Spree.: , ' M- i.1.'k1-i'gQ.b- No vt- v rm Drop something, Gus? Lunchtime recreation. 22I I -Q,, X K , A X if 1 an ii'3..:5ii' 5 , N 'ef I J wonder he's been going here six years. 1Vaghg fd f..V,gfEj, X .A ' I A i .1 ' .Ai:,1p.' Q 1 Q tiasieteeif -w I. iefjif. 'f4l.' . ' ' ' shvsw:-5., '---"-'M 'A fl'-' 4' I Y.,-,.f-""" .-AA. K fir, J l ,1:,x.,4q f' . ,,-Ang 1 ,H-A ' 5 This is one cherry tree George Washing- ton won't get. Whatcha' grinning for, Jimmy? A .l Jw! Ji' 1' fm' J WIA! 253' 2 4 if 15,4 Qi I jx Mother's little helpers. There'Il be a hot time in the old school tonighll Now Miss Waller says . . if ,MQ-y,""A All right, no playing cars in class. liAil , A, 1 ...l:, M., Af l , ,l,'v" 3 mg Z 2 - .wwf do .. I Blue Jean Day?? i..-ff" N ax X XX X S ,, K as XX X X x 'Y X X. X .Rs M x N K- s -rg wi ks,As. ., Sonata In Q Sharp minor On stage, everybody! 222 Q' S A look out, here she comes! Rubber legs? , s V ...V I '19 You promised an "A" if anyone f A 'if 5 4, -,ina--1 wore a skirt on Blue Jean Day. ,Q .V JF 'V fm-. Act 2, scene 2, Macbeth. .H Eis- Q., E55 -ni - . . and she has an apple This big! Come in, Earth . . . 1 , imma? 3 ff W' ilk 1lf!WEW? x x, s Q S h x ' 1 - x S Q -f X ai . Sgie s XX ' '2,9Egyfi4 0 :?1'.53- ' S ' E xii! X V I F , N r 3 X I Q I I, N ff, ' wi - ,L x r f X: V, , , 1, Q' L ,ff f Q NZ J P W1 X' 'i . I T R 1 , , f W- l Q3 , -2-.-.. +iA - - Pr.4:v'-""" '- 1 I 6' 'A lj tj! . QQ? vu.-11:11 l O ,X E Tl X 1 f r -XR -X X , , -I,5.' X QN ,Q lui' ? . "s - ,L fu, xfig inf!!! N 34653 QQ - 1 N in Us in Q I i 1, xxx X ivy? f l H i f fx X NRX' M H fi - g if S V i M if ,fu ?' ,XS tw: ' N .wk Q7 W li-15 ff? gHQ' V 'X -fi A V' W 1' 4 fy Vg-gf :F , W ' V Am A A-M 5'-QUWVT j MW"f w?'!' Q 4 si Rf fr q- W ' M 1' f :Emu qw ,fx 5 1 iy mx -7 I-:Q iw if W , L fm QL! f f2 ' ' wif Q ,g g ' ,gg fl ' thu! AW", '11 1+-N, ,gi-1 ff' M,' VB Q' W W Y V L , - f ,I . ! -,iq il k,, iff2,,:i-J wif-5 f 859' ww? , , -P 4' LN is-Ex' 5' is 24? .ff We ,324 21? M X4 f" X XJLN Jfsiil 7 jr .ny 225 ,Q N ,E "Y 'Q it N x f T cms of '5 7 SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 226 MOBILE - PRICHARD RUG AND SHADE COMPANY "Every+hing for +he Home" LIN DY'S READY-TO-WEAR SPORTSWEAR MATERNITY WEAR Mobile Prichard Three Loca+ions +o Serve You The S+ore +or Misses, Juniors and Children i Anne++e yells +or Sellers' Grocery! SELLERS' GROCERY STORE 752 Bay Avenue "Pleasing You Keeps Us in Business" "Where You Pay Less for +he BEST" MOBILE 309 Governmen+ S+. CHICKASAW I05 Shipyard S+. gwfnruenay 'Q 'FURNITURE C0- W. H. HOLCOMBE AND SON INSURANCE-REAL ESTATE I63 S+. Louis S+ree+ He 2-449I P. O. Box 25 MOBILE, ALABAMA DELCHAMPS MODERN FOOD STORES Low Prices Every Day on Every+hing is S I I iw NEW.. Mike sI1oo'rs par a+ GAY 90 PLAYLAND. GAY 90 PLAYLAND Operafed by Gicldens-Res+er Theaiers REBEL QUEEN Feafuring HOTDOGS MILKSHAKES SNOWBALLS 25I8 Old Shell Roacl ROBERTS BROTHERS REALTORS 355 Williams S+ree+ HAROLD BOTTER COMPANY I7 I 5 Virginia S+ree'I GR 9-5l26 BUTCHER SUPPLIES TOLEDO SCALES ZENITH HEARING AIDS 228 ll 1 GIBSON DRUG STORE I7I4 Dauphin S+ree'I' FABRIC MART GA 6-3556 PRESCRIPTIONS PURE DRUGS 2'3-A COMF 5+'ee'f Mobne COSMETICS I8 N. Wilson Avenue Prichard REVLON DU BARRY wi -R Lee and Joyce choose rheir luggage for college. GEI"IARDT'S LUGGAGE COMPANY "Fine Luggage and Gif'I's" MARGUERITE HALL SCHOOL OF DANCE I7I9 Dauphin S+ree+ GA 6-6080 GA 6-590I BALLET BALLROCM BATON TAP ACROBATICS SPIC AND SPAN THE ORCHID CLEANER 2064 Old Shell Road GA 6-45I2 HARDY MOTOR COMPANY NASH - JEEP - WILLIS SALES AND SERVICE 803 Dauphin S'rree+ HE 2-752I BIII, Lynn, Wayne a new Nash Rambler. TATUM'S PHARMACY H. S. TATUM, Propriefor 5I S. HaIIe'l' S+reeI' MOBILE, ALABAMA THOSS SPORTING GOODS CO. 76 Dauphin S+ree+ HE 2-5624 Exclusive Dis'I'ribu'I'ors MacGvREGOR AND RAWLINGS ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT SPOT BILT SHOES AND SAND SWEATER U ..4. .2 WATCHES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS REPAIR ., Every SEA CLAUDE MOORE JEWELERS H use as ,. ,..II.I. .. I .,,, Z, 6 S+. Joseph S+ree+ PARAGON CLEANERS "Work Done Io PerfecI'ion" II09 Springhill Avenue HE 3-5634 SAM HINKLE An OUTSTANDING Sfore In Mobile I+'s x Af' 4 A PLAY BETTER . . . LOOK BETTER Gef Sunbeam Energy Firsf SPX TSX A SMU' bgdm N T", T II,,fg::' I 1 SMITH'S BAKERY my :.:,.,.::.fff:-:.--ze.-5-.,',.,.:::: ':1:5g:.::15g.:,g:5' I My X D4 A '2f'.5ff: .:'.' 7!.g':,f -AA. : .:': :SQ I ,cj Open Your Account of One of Our Three Locations lvllancl-lAN'rs IIIIIIIIII IIIIIII I .,.A f g S' IIIII IIII mjmmgggq ,I I Iv F P:I.3H.1a:5eA'.CH mam crm NATIONAL CE LOOP EIRAMLH BANK OF MOBILE .Iluf If lonws. DL,'w'51.' I 1:5:w1f.'m,' Cuf,'fm41.'wfr ROCHE MORTUARY SCHOOL PICTURES, INC Sophomore School Annual Pic+ures Taken by SCHOOL PICTURES. INC. HOWARD O. PIPPEN Re presen'IaI'ive 23I MobiIe's Accep+eoI SI'yIe Cen'rer CAPITOL for Men" CLOTHING AND JEWELRY 263 Dauphin S+reeI' Mobile Prichard CLOTHING. JEWELRY AND FEATURING TI-IE NATIoN's LUGGAGE LEADING BRANDS EGSY Budgei Terms A V R x 5 X N X X R Q, . X . X J I :I Bw . I - N-B M1 A , .,:.RR,,,g4,e,,, x X Q, , ,Xx-.A -I A I 1 L C , OSSIE'S BAR - B - Q . New Highway 90 WesT Ifiimx as Meei' Us aT OSSIE'S AH'er The Game "Builder of Fine Homes" BOOKER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY "In Business Over 30 Years" 232 i G YFER' "the house that has and always gives what it advertises" FAISON'S TV AND APPLIANCES IO2 N. Craff Highway PRICHARD, ALABAMA JOE BULLARD OLDSMOBILE, INC. AUTHORIZED OLDSMOBILE DEALER I306 S+. S+epI1ens Road a+ 5 Poin+s Charles, David and Teddy are off for HILL- SOBERG CO. INC. EIecI'ricaI Wholesale Isobirr ani Mary Lucy fake I'I1eir I'uI'u I' SPRING HILL CLEANERS 5 S. McGregor Avenue GR 9-65I6 ANGIE'S BEAUTY SHOP IO52 S. Washingfon Avenue MOBILE. ALABAMA Tommy helps Sandra seIec'I a pair of shoes ai' Ralph's. RALPI"'I'S SHOE STORE I05 Dauphin S+. MobiIe, AIa. ANDERS BOOK STORES BOOKS SUPPLIES 256 Governmeni S'I'ree+ HE 3-69I I MOBILE, ALABAMA FIT T KAY'S SHOES Prichard I'IE ENTIRE FAMILY IN SHOES STAPLES - PAKE - GRIFFIN I00 N. Royal S+ree+ MOBILE, ALABAMA HE 3-3746 l NNEY,Sl Mwavs nan oumwvs in Prichard NO. I N. WILSON AVE. GL 2-340I HIGGINS MORTUARY BAISLEY AND CHANDLER General Conlraclors GR 7-3473 Mobile, Alabama iw All I'l1e Girls Go for Sfuclebalcerl GULF COAST MOTOR COMPANY 206 S+. Louis Sireel' 235 ROLL, PANTHERS! ffsis Q, v I km?:Ig5g'F A imp: V! in ? , 3, gk , A ,,, ey .gg V 9 , I ww QW X ., , gf I' -, 1. 9 x ' Yana an 4... QOH I eil gf TOP ROW: Guess-C., Barnes-C., McCIammy-LT., KiHreIl-RE., Murphy-C., SECOND ROW: Chrisfian-LG., Bridges-RT., Cooper-RE., Sinclair-LH., Vinceni' -RH., Cross-RH. THIRD ROW: Williams-LG., Powell-RE., NeicIenbacI1-RT., Savage-RG., Buce-LT., Lindsey-RT., FOURTH ROW: Wesfon-LT., Shephens- LE., Magnes-LH., Gunfer-OB., Maifre-LG., McFarland-LE. BOTTOM ROW: Beauchamp-FB., Barnes-FB., Williams-RE., EzeII-LH., Mi'rcIxeII-RH., Reynolds -B. VIRGINIA ST. LUMBER CO., INC. H. E. Brewfon, Jr., and George H. Shearer 803 VIRGINIA STREET PHONE HE26707 236 wwf .. NAME BRANDS CANCELLATIONS - SAMPLES AL'S BOOTERY IN MOBILE IO N. Royal S+ree+ HE 8-2844 JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS IN PRICHARD S'NCE '879 2I N. Wilson Avenue GL 6-8656 THREE SOUTH ROYAL Mobile's Medical Cen+er "Since l884" VAN ANTWERP'S HEmloclc 2-5949 IOI Dauphin S+ree+ BONNIE LASS JEWEL SHOP Fashion Jewelry FREDA K. HOFFMAN THELMA L. CARAFIOL I59 Conii S+. MOBILE, ALA. PALMER AND BAKER Consuliing Engineers MOBILE NEW ORLEANS WASHINGTON, D. C. 237 "No Finer Food ANYWHERE" III O I SOII'S .I In Mobile, GMZIO Bldg. and TI1rougI1ou'I' 'rhe Sou+I1 TOM GOODBRAD'S FLORAL SHOP 63 SouI'I1 Mon+erey SI'ree+ MOBILE, ALABAMA GA6-5254 MET - L - VENT AWNING COMPANY IIOI Springhill Avenue DIAL I-IE2-4639 ALUMINUM AWNINGS ALL ALUMINUM SCREENS GLASS JALOUSIES BOND STONE CARPORTS We Do Our Own Ins'raIIa+ions MANUFACTURERS, RETAILERS AND WHOLESALERS NEWELL IGENEI PARAMORE, owner I f QV Lizzie, Bay, and Edie on a Tour of HAAS - DAVIS PACKING CO. 238 NIXON DRUG STORE :sou old Shell Road GA 6,44,, KODAKS AND SUPPLIES DEVELOPING AND PRINTING O WOJOHNS I6 Sou+I1 Concepfion S+reeI' HE 2-6882 THOMAS A. WHITE CONSTRUCTION COMPANY ST. FRANCIS HOTEL COURTS "The TraveIer's Home of Disfinciion' STACEY TURNER COMPANY, INC. 239 "WhaI kind of sI'udenI' is +ha'I'?" . .,..,.. .g - if ii v.s1:.g:J 'f ic-if fe ,..,- College in Your Future? You need a checking account of your own! If you are planning to go to college-or to go to work-you NEED a checking ac- count to help keep track of your money and control your spending. It adds to prestige, too. Paying bills by check helps you earn the reputation of being a sub- stantial person Who handles his affairs in a business-like way. Stop by our bank and let us help you, AMERIC :IMV hQQTIONAL BANK 'MZ TRUST C0995 MOBILE, ALABAMA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation John, Barrye, and Richard look over in vifafions for graduation. GWIN'S One of Ihe SouI'h's Largesl' Engraving PIan'rs Oualify Engravers of ' ' ' COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS ' ' ' VISITING CARDS ' ' ' GRADUATION BOOKS I ' ' ' MONOGRAMS ' ' ' STATIONARY H. P. GWIN STATIONERY ENGRAVING COMPANY 8 S. Concepiion Sireet Mobile GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS When You Buy From GWIN'S, You Know I+'s Made in Mobile 240 K 1 . f , I 1 A 1 "Almost Everything" GOVERNMENT a+ CATHERINE Lee and Louise Visii' SHEA 5 Na. X -E Q. K - -GX, RER 81 RAYFORD BRANNAN SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 249 Dauphin S+ree1' HE 3-372l 24I SEALTEST Ge+ +he Besf-Sei' SeaI+es'r" A SEALTEST ICE CREAM -Q-4. "" flf' I Missy, Bufch, and SI'roucI enjoy a snack aI' SHEFFIELDS JOHNNYS' 2773-5 Springhill Avenue MOBILE, ALABAMA GR 7-335I JOHNNY'S DRIVE INN LEW'S DRIVE INN I 2 1 I - Iss- I Isnss 5 Hifi I i E ii? V' ,. I ' -iff' ' sg - -A-igss QN - I ' , X. . I I I ' ' WGODHAVEN ICE CREAM. Murphy siudenfs always come back for more WOODHAVEN DAIRY Firs+ Because I+'s Finesf The Sfandard of Excellence in Dairy Producfs 242 Franlc R. Wade UNDERWOOD DRUG STORE ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERS PAUL E' DELCHAMPS- "WP- Dial Gr 7-339l SPRING HILL, ALABAMA I 'hmm 'QR I I Lynn Henderson and Marian Caddis admire a parly dress al' HOLIDAY, INC. 3707 Old Shell Rd. I WATCHES DIAMONDS JAY H. GREEN COMPANY F. H. SMITH, JEWELER Real+ors 305 FuI+on Road REAL ESTATE-TNSURANCE Cash of Cream FARM AND CUT OVER LAND slLvERwARE FOUNTAIN PENS 205 S+. Francis S+ree+ "A+ 'Ihe Loop" Mobile, Alabama Phone He 3-5565 ll 243 QQNQ A XXQSNL, .,!. - -, ,X X- Q-N,,5g. QQ. , X ,rj XX X kip, Toxgjx5Qf:5xgQggig5S.., , ' qi A NSN X X we o ,.lg.,g5Qx L, , x x X X ix. ,sex SM, , If-gif 1 , m 'gm x X-E5 xx xx RE ,sk NWSNXN so XQ- WGN Qu., Rv New SX NN NXQXX 'ir , ,W Q x -Q I ,I Ev A as N 5? Tommy and his l1orse, Blue Toy, pause for a momen+ a+ SHADY LAWN STABLES. SHADY LAWN STABLES I758 Navco Road Mobile, Alabama WE BUY, SELL, RENT, AND BOARD HORSES RENT BY HOUR OR MONTH TOMMY WILLIAMS, Owner and Operaior 244 SIDNEY SPORTING GOODS Firearms, Ammuni+ion, Fishing TeicIcIe, Hunfing SuppIies, A+hIe+ic CIo+hing WILSON AND MacGREGOR ATHLETIC EOUIPMENT 70 N. Wilson Ave., Prichard GI 2-39I3 29 S. Royal SI., Mobile He 35683 U-J CHEVROLET CO., INC. A ' lcnsvnowrf llfiz Suzanne heIps Sandra se-Iecf a swea+er from Daniels. . I5I S. CRAFT HWY. PRICHARD Ladies' and ChiIdren's wear in Prichard. Chil- dren's wear in Mobile. The Fines+ in Pho+ography ADAMS STUDIO 7 N. Concep+ion S+. MOBILE, ALABAMA Dial HE 3-46I6 Adams Sfudio cafches Sandra af her IoveIiesI. WN The Finesi in Laundry ancl Dry Cleaning Qfizzid laundry I Dl!YoClEHIlll6 Company LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING ONE DAY SERVICE COMPANY AI' Any of Our Convenien+ Locafions 901 Springhill Avenue HE 3-364I CALAGAZ PHOTO SUPPLY, INC. 4I7 Holcombe Avenue MOBILE, ALABAMA PHOTO FINISHING SUPPLIES-EOUWENT LAUNDRY 81 CLEANERS GR 74088 Dial HE 2-4474 36: S+. Louis S+. FRANK J. CALAGAZ JESSIE M. POTTER BEAR ICE CREAM COMPANY I I I5 - I I7 Springhill Avenue Dial HE 3-I5I9 246 RUTZ MUSIC 81 PIANO COMPANY 270 Dauphin S+ree+ Mobile, Alabama PIANOS RADIO AND RECORD PLAYERS ORGANS SHEET MUSIC BAND INSTRUMENTS RECORDS "BeHer Band Builders" Where You Shop for 'rhe Bes'r FOR YOU Every+hing FOR YOUR FAMILY FOR YOUR HOME HAMMEL'S AND ADAM GLASS Dauphin, Royal ancl ConI'i S+ree+s in, Downlown Mobile I+ ALWAYS Pays +0 Loolc Your Bes+! SAM JOY LAUNDRY - CLEANERS Branches All Over Town! Real Salisfied 247 HOME SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 2I4 S+. Francis S+. SINCE 192: -MOBILE'S OLDEST SAVINGS 8, LOAN ASSOCIATION EACH ACCOUNT INSURED TO slo,ooo , "F N, , Q . .WX A Q MAIL PAYMENTS ACCEPTED .QC A 3. I Molly, CI1arIoH'e, and Dianne join funds for a soda af ENGLISH DRUG STORE 2669 SpringI1iII Avenue GR 7-0434 CURRENT RATE M942 1 Murphy sIuden'rs brighfen Iheir Iunch period wi+I1 AZALEA BRAND ICE CREAM. AZALEA BRAND FAIRHOPE CREAMERY Besi' in +I1e Land FAIRHOPE, ALABAMA 248 355 I, Pk x ART -u s,:.' 1 'III II III: lull. 'Hill' I 'lu-ig' ill.. Lg.- '. MILK PAST EURIZED . n Furs DAIRY 2955 Dauphin S+. My momma raised me on GRAF'S milk. Mobde- Ala' Ez "Work like Hill" Suey finds ano+her gem a+ 'rhe JEM SHOP THE JEM SHOP 9I7 Dauphin S+ree+ HE 2-3266 249 aca6z'qZ' MR. O. B. HODGES, Principal A.P.I., B.S., Columbia U., M.S., U. ot Chicago MR. VV. M. PHILLIPS, Assistant Principal U. ot Ala., B.S., M.A., Florence Teachers College MRS. LOUISE HAMIL, Assistant Principal Adult and Veteran Division Florence Normal School, U. ot Ala., B.S., M.S. MR. JULIUS SITTERLEE, Assistant Principal Fiscal Agent Springhill College, B.S. MR. JOHN C. SEYMOUR, Director ot Guidance Counselor ot Boys U. of Ala., B.A. Sponsor ot Sophomore Class MISS JOSEPHINE HARGROVE Counselor ot Girls U. ot Chicago, Ph.B., Colo. State College of Education, M.A., Northwestern U., M.A. All Girls Council MRS. CHRISTINE VVHITT, Attend. Records Berea College, U. ot Ala., BA. MRS, ADDILEAN BOOKER, Nurse Mobile Infirmary, R.N. Future Nurses MRS. MABEL LOVVRY, Receptionist MRS. JEAN KERN, Bookkeeper MRS. DORIS H. STUMP, Records MRS. CAROLYN TAYLOR, Records MISS ESTHER KNUDSEN, A and V co-ordinator Presbyterian College, U. ot Ala., U. ot Okla. MRS. HELEN MCINTYRE, Cate Manager Keep 'Em Rolling MRS. ANNIE BRANTLEY, Cafe Assistant Keep 'Em Rolling MRS. RUTH PERDUE, Office Assistant MISS MAUD ALEXANDER, History Tenn. College, B.A., Peabody, M.A. MR. JOHN H. BAKER, D.O. and Related Subjects B'ham Southern, B.S., U. of Ala., M.A. D.O. Club MRS. F. BALDERSON, English Ga. State College for Women, B.S. MISS GLADYS BAXTER, English U. ot Ala., B.S. MRS. CAROLYN BIVONA, History U. of Ala., B.S. Junior Red Cross Miss MARY BRAGC3, Biology Peabody College, B.S., Columbia U., M.A. MRS. E. L. BRADLEY, English Converse College, U. of Ala., A.P.l., B.S., M.S. Phi Chi chapter otithe Tri-Hi-Y MRS. F. LEE BRIDGEWATER, History Prob. ot Dem. U. of Chicago, Ill. State Normal U., B.S., Columbia U. MISS MYRTLE BURFORD, Physical Education A.P.I., B.S. Pep Squad MRS. CATHERINE BURNETT, Library, Spanish Texas State College tor Women, B.A., Texas Christian U., M.A., Texas State College for Women, B.S. in L.S MRS. BERNICE CAUSEY, English, History Livingston State Teachers' College, B.S., U, ot Ala., M.A Future Teachers of America MRS. M. CHANCELLOR, Stenography Bowling Green Bus. U., B.S., Gregg School MRS. ANNETTE B. CLARK, English Clarlc College, B.A. MRS. K. J. CLARK, English Richmond College, B.A., Columbia U., M.A. Junior Historic Society 250 MRS. LUCILLE COONER, Prob. of Dem. U. of Ala., B.A., Peabody College Miss EMMA CRADDOCK, Biology Texas U., B.A., Columbia U., M.A. MISS WINNIE J. DAVIS, English Huntingdon College, Howard College, B.A. MISS VIRGINIA D'ORNELLAS, Math Sophie Newcombe College, B.A., U. ot Chicago MRS. W. T. DOUGLAS, Social Science, Economic Geography U. of Ala., A.P.l., B.S., M.S. MRS. MYRTLE ENDERLE, Mechanical Drawing Tulane U., B.A. MISS LOIS JEAN FITZSIMMONS, Speech, Dramatics W. Ky. State Teachers College, B.A., U. of Ala., M.A. Four Arts Club MRS. MARIE FOOTE, History U. of Chicago, Ph.B. MISS RUTH EOREHAND, History, Prob. of Dem. Livingston State Normal College, Spring Hill College, Tulane U., U. of Ala., B.S., M.A. MISS ELOISE FOSTER, Physical Education Ala. College, B.S. MOHIAN, Cheerleaders MRS. ETTA FRANTZEN, Chemistry U. of Miss., B.A. Student Council MRS. W. W. FULCHER, Spanish Mary Hardin College, Baylor College, B.A. . MR. W. W. FULCHER, Biology, Math Southwestern, B.A., Peabody, U. of Colorado Chem-bo-Phys MISS MARTHA GATLIN, Library U. of Ala., B.A. MISS JESSIE MARY GAY, Latin Wash. U., B.A., Columbia U., M.A., U. of Wis., U. of Mich. Latin Club MR. JOHN A. GREAVES, Prob. of Dern. U. ot Ala., B.S. Key Club, Sponsor ot Senior Class MISS ELIZABETH GREEN, English Spring Hill College, B.A., A.P.I., M.A. Tri-Hi-Y MRS. RUTH GROOM, English U. of Ala., B.A., M.A. MISS HATTIE ESTHER GUNTER, Stenography Troy State Teachers College, B.S., Peabody College tor Teachers, M.A. Allied Youth, Junior Class Sponsor MR. GEORGE HILL, Physical Education A.P.l., BS. MISS EVELYN HINZ, English, Journalism Huntingdon College, Howard College, B.A. Hi Times Editorial Staff MISS KATHERINE HOPE, English, World Lit. Huntingdon College, B.A., Peabody College, M.A. Bible Study Club This is a typical Murphy teacher'?'?? . N. ..... X X Nw 4 MISS VIVIAN JELKS, English Louisiana State U,, B.A., U. of Ala., M.S., U. of London, Oxford U. MRS. GLENDA H. JORDAN, English U. of Ala., B.A. National Forensic League MISS CLYDE KENNEDY, History, Art U. of Ala., B.A., Art Institute of Chicago Fan Randlette Art Honor Society MISS INEZ P. LANGHAM, Typing, Office Machines Troy State Teachers College, Howard College, George Peabody College, Ala. College, B.A., U. of Ala., M.A. National Honor Society MISS RUTH LIPSCOMB, Prob. of Dern., History Miss. Southern, B.S., U. of Miss., M.A., U. of Ala. Co-sponsor of Ushers Club MR. JACK LOCKLEAR, JR., Physical Education A.P.I., B.S. Stage Crew MRS. VIRGINIA MCALLISTER, English U. of Chicago, Ph.B., U. of Cinn., B.E., Radcliffe College, M.A. MR. THOMAS MCCANN, Math U.S. Naval Academy, B.S. Locker Sponsor MR. WILLIAM J. McKNIGHT, Small Eng. 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I-25 Y-Teens I5 CHESTNOLVICK, SANDRA KATHRYNE Arg. Inc. 2-4, Mon. 3, Nat. Forensic League 3-4 lSec. -II, Chem-Bo-Phys. 4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 4, All Girls' Coun. 4, Hi-Times 4, Quill and Scroll 4. CHILDERS, BEVERLY JOYCE Bible Club 3, Teach. Asst, 3, Y-Teens I-2. CHISHOLM, KENNY WAYNE CHRISTIAN, KATHERINE THORPE French Club 3-4, Allied Youth 4, F.T.A. 4, Bible Club I-4, Teach. Asst. 2. cicumt, oEoRoE PAUL Q-if-sg CLARK, BOBBIE PEARL CLARK, CAROL ANN Teach. Asst. I-3, Hi-Times 3-4, F.T.A. 3, Bible Club 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Choraliers 4. CLAYTON, MARY ELIZABETH Teach. Asst. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 3. CLEVELAND, PAUL MCGEHEE Allied Youth I, Bible Club I-3, French Club 3, Welt. Store Asst. 3 COBB, TONJA GAIL Teach. Asst. I-4, Off. Asst. 4, French Club I-2, Rep. Coun. I-2, Psych. Club. 3, Lib. Asst. I-2. COCKRELL, SONJA LEE D.O. Club 4, Teach. Asst. I, G,A.A. I. CODY, FRED ERNEST Football I-3, Track l, Rep. Coun. I, 4 lPres. 41, Class Pres. 2, Chapel Comm. 2-4, Usher 3-4, Key Club 3-4, Boys' State Delegate 3 CODY, PATRICIA ELIZABETH Foreign Exchange Student 4, Cheerleader 3-4, Class Sec. 3, Arg. Inc. 3, Teach. Asst. I, 3, Hi-Times Rep. 2, Rep. Coun. I. COLEMAN, RACHEL CAROLYN G.A.A. 3-4, Teach. Asst. 3-4, Mon. 2-3. COLLIER, HELEN ANN Hi-Times 3-4 ICO-Ed. 41, Quill and Scroll 3-4 CV. Pres. 45, Four Arts Club 2-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Riding Club I, Troupers 3, All Girls' Coun. 3. COLLIER, WILLIAM ROMNEY Sp. Chor. 3-4, French Club 3-4, Psych. Club 3: Bible Club 2-3, Jr. Hist. Soc. 2. COMBEL, REGINA CARLEY Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, D.O. Club 4, Med. Unit. Asst. 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. COOK, CAROLYN GIVLI D.O. Club 4, Teach. Asst. I, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Mon. 2, Jr. Red Cross 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4 COOK, GORDON ALAN COOK, MARJORIE HELEN Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, Teach. Asst. 3-4, Bible Club 3, Chess Club 3, All Girls' Coun. 2-3, Jr. Red Cross I, Nat. Hon.Soc.4. COOK, MARY EILEEN Tri-Hi-Y 4, Psych. Club 4, Hi-Times Rep. I-2, Bible Club I-2, Mon. I, 3. COOKE, MARION PERRON Gate Club I, Jr. Red Cross I, Teach. Asst. I, 3, Fut. Nurses I, Ott. Asst. 4, French Club 3-4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 4. COOPER, JAMES ROBERT Football l-4, Track 4. QEAX COOPER, LEE ROY COOPER, LENCIA JEAN Mon. 4. COPELAND, WALLACE Teach. Asst. 3, Fut. Eng. 4, Core Club I. CORLEY, VERL ALFONZO Mon. 2-3. COULSON, SUSAN TALMADGE Play I, Allied Youth I, Teach. Asst. I-2, French Club I-2, Hi-Times Rep. 2-3, Maiorette 2-4, Rep. Coun. 3, F.R.A.H.S. 3-4, Sp. Chor. 4, Operetta 4. COVVART, FRANKLIN OTTO COWART, MAXINE PEARL Teach. Asst. I-3 COX, HAROLD MATTHEW D.O. Club 4, Teach. Asst. 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. CRAVEN, MYRA ANN AYER CRENSHAVV, HENRY CRENSHAW, MARY ANN CRIGLER, JOSERHINE Y-Teens 3, Teach. Asst. 3, Bible Club 3, Allied Youth I. CRIVELLARI, MARGARET MAE Bible Club I-2, Hi-Times Rep. I-2, Teach. Asst. 2, 4. ci2oNE, NANcY ANN oo. Club 4, Y-Teens 2. CROSS, JOHN RONNIE Key Club I-2, "M" Club 4, Football 2-4, Lib. Asst. 3. CRUTHIRDS, ARTHUR DARRYL D.O. Club 4. CULPEPPER, BETTY SUE Four Arts Club I-4, Hi-Times Rep. I-2, Jr. Red Cross 4, Fut. Nurses 4, Med. Unit Asst. 4. 0 CUMBEST, DONALD RAY CURRAN, MARK STROUD Stage Crew 2-4, Usher 3-4, Hi-Times Rep. I-3, Key Club 2-3, Welt. Store Asst. 2-4. CURRY, ANN SHANNON Nat. Hort. Soc. 3-4, Ott. Asst. 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, All Girls' Court. 3, Hi-Times Rep. I, Bible Club I, Teach. Asst. I-2. CURRY, RICHARD JOSEPH DALGO, LINDA ETHEL F.T.A. 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, "A" Band 3. DALY, JOYCE OLIVE Jr. Red Cross I, Bible Club I-4, Teach. Asst. I, 3, All Girls' Court. 3, Hi-Times Rep. 4, Hi-Times 4. DANIELS, DELORES ANN Teach. Asst. 3-4, Psych. Club 4, Sp. Chor. 4, Bible Club 2-3, Allied Youth I, Mort. 3. DAUGHERTY, CHARLOTTE ANNETTE Ott. Asst. 3, Teach. Asst. 3-4, Nat. Hort. Soc. 4. DAUGHTRY, MILDRED FAYE Teach. Asst. I-3. DAVIS, FRANCES ANN F.T.A. 3-4, Hi-Times Rep. 4, Rep. Court. 3, Four Arts Club 4. DAVIS, JANE Sp. Chor. 3-4, Teach. Asst. I-3, Four Arts Club 2-4, Operetta 4. DAVIS, JOAN Sp. Chor. 3-4, Ott. Asst. 4, Jr. Red Cross l. DAVIS, WILLIAM GRAYSON HMM Club 4, D.O. Club 4, Fut. Eng. 4. DEAN, CECIL WELDON DEAN, KATHRYN LUCILLE D.O. Club 4. DEAN, SUE ELLEN D.O. Club 4, Bible Club 2-3, Teach. Asst. 2, Jr. Red Cross I-2, Nat. Hort. Soc. 4. DEMENT, WILLIAM ALEX Mort. 2, Hi-Times Rep. 3. DENNISTON, GEORGE HAROLD Four Arts Club I-4, Allied Youth I-2, Rep. Coun. I-2, Stage Crew 2-4, Usher 4, Welt. Store Asst. 4 DE VAN, BENITA Hi-Times 4, Bible Club I-4, Jr. Red Cross 3 fTreas. II, Psych. Club 3, Ott. Asst. 3, Rep. Coun. 2, Gate Club I, Quill artd Scroll 4. DE VIS, SARAH ELIZABETH D.O. Club 4, Teach. Asst. 2-3, Four Arts Club I-2 o.A.A. t-2, F.T.A. I-2. DICKEY, RUTH JANE O.B.E. 4, Mort. 3-4, G.A.A. 2. DIX, SUZANNE CAROLYN Bible Club I-4, Allied Youth I-2, F.T.A. 2-4, Psych. Club 4 lPres.I, F.R.A.H.S. 4, Four Arts Club 4, Play 4, Operetta 4, Sp. Chor. 4, Nat. Hort. Soc. 4. DIXON, NORMAN RAY "B" Bartd I-2, D.O. Club 3-4. DOBBS, ALFRED RAY DOBSON, SHIRLEY ANN DONNELLY, CLARA LOUISE Bible Club I-4, Sp. Chor. 4, Four Arts Club 4, Allied Youth I-4, Teach. Asst. 2-4, Class Rep. 4, Gov. Court. 4, All Girls' Court. 2-3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, Jr. Hist. Soc. I-2. DOOLITTLE, BOBBY GENE Football 2-4, "M" Club 4, Vis. Ed. I-3, Teach. Asst. 2-3. DOWDELL, MERRICK Golf Team I-2, 4, Basketball 2 fMQr.l. DOWNEY, ZOYE MARIE Bible Club I-2, Allied Youth I-2, All Girls' Coun. I-2, 4, Mort. I, Teach. Asst. 3-4, Jr. Red Cross 4. DOYLE, MARY DIANA French Club 3-4, Mohiart 4, Bible Club I-4, Welt. Store Asst. 3, Teach. Asst. I, Quill and Scroll 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. DRAUGHON, JAMES ELLIOT Radio Club 2. DREW, WALTER HAROLD DUKE, BARBARA JANE F.T.A. I-2, Gate Club I, Rep. Court. I, 3, Bible Club 2-4, All Girls' Court. 2, Psych. Club 4, Chapel Comm. 3-4. DUKE, OWEN EUGENE Usher 4, Band I-4, Track 4, Teach. Asst. I-3, F.R.A.H.S. I-2. DUKE, RICHARD CONNELL D.O. Club 4, Teach. Asst. 4, Orch. I-2. DURANT, KAY DOUGLAS Four Arts Club I-4, F.T.A. 4, Allied Youth 4, Bible Club I-3, Mort. 3, Med. Unit Asst. 2, Rep. Couh. I. DUNNAVANT, RONALD GENE DU VALLE, HERSELIE KATHERINE EDDINS, FELICIA ANN Mon. 4, Med. Unit Asst. 4, "A" Band 3, "B" Band I-2, Red Cross I, Fut. Nurses 2. EDGAR, JEANNE MARIE Rep. Coun. I-3, FOUI, Arts Club I-4, Gate Club I-2, Bible Club 2-4, Chapel Comm. 3-4, Azalea Trail Ct. 4, Hi-Times Rep. 4, Psych. Club 4. EDGEWORTH, GARY WALTON Fut. Eng. 4, D.O. Club 4. EDWARDS, ANN ELIZABETH Bible Club I-3, Arg. Inc. 3, Allied Youth I-2, Teach. Asst. 2. EDWARDS, NANCY Bible Club I-4, F.T.A. 2-4, Gov. Coun. 4, Class Rep. 4, Allied Youth 3-4 CPres. 45, Psych. Club 4, Hi-Times 4, Mon. 3, Teach. Asst. 2-3, Jr. Red Cross I, Y-Teens I, Quill and Scroll 4. ELKINs, MARILYN RUTH sp. char. 3-4. ELLIS, EUGENE TOWNSEND Sp. Chor. I-3, Chess Club 3, Teach. Asst. I. ELLIS, HENRY PIERCE 'fgh FUI. Eng. I-2, sp. char. 4. ELLISOR, WILLIAM BLAKELY Key Club 2-4 IPres. 4, Gov. Ala. District 45, Rep. Coun. 2, Mon. 2, Sp. Chor. 3, Inter-Club Coun. 4, Psych. Club 4, Mohian 4, Operetta 3. ENFINGER, MILDRED ELEANOR Yo Tappa Kees 4, Maiorette I-4, Hi-Times Rep. 3-4, Sp. Chor. 4, Ott. Asst. 3-4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 3, All Girls' Coun. 2-3, Teach. Asst. 2-3, Bible Club I. ENGLISH, DIANNE Mohian 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Four Arts Club I-4, Play 3, Bible Club I-3, F.T.A. 2-4, Arg. Inc. 2-3, French Club 3, Teach. Asst. 3, Choraliers 4, Nat. Hon. Soc.4. EPPERSON, ALTHEA EILEEN D.O. Club 3-4, Rep. Coun. 3, Jr. Red Cross I-2 ISec. I-25, Allied Youth I-2, Teach. Asst. 2. ERVIN, CONNIE SUE ETHRIDGE, GLORIA NELLINE FAHNERT, HAROLD JOHN "B" Band I-2, "A" Band 3-4. FAIRCLOTH, CLARA CHARLENE D.O. Club 4 CSec. 45, Bible Club 3-4, Teach. Asst. 4, Mon. I-2, G.A.A. 2, Y-Teens I. FARNELL, MARILYN MAY Mohian 3-4, O.B.E. 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Rep. Coun. I, Teach. Asst. 2-3. FARNELL, WILLIAM REESE FAWCETT, CLYDE ALLEN Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Arg. Inc. 2-4, Nat. Forensic League 3-4, ITreas. 45, Psych. Club 3-4, Sp. Chor. I-4 ITreas. 35, Operetta 2-4 CLead 3-45, Play 2, 4, Jr. I-list. Soc. I-4, Rep. Coun. 2, 4, Bible Club 2-3, F.T.A. 2-4, Sec. Pres. I, Gate Club I-2. FAY, JOYCE OGDEN FEAGIN, JOSEPH WILLIAM Fut. Eng. 4, Mon. 2, Teach. Asst. I. FERGUSON, BILLY TUCKER EEsLER, oRvILLE ALFRED FEW, SPENCER WARD FIELDS, JERRY LANDRETH EINcEI, JOHN FINCHER, cI-IARLINE DAMPER FISCHER, JAMES RENWICK FISHER, MARTHA OLIVIA Four Arts Club I-4, Band I-4, French Club 3-4, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Orch. 3, Jr. Hist. Soc. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Play 4. FLETCHER, ROBERT EARL D.O. Club 3-4. FLYNT, JOE RANDALL FLYNT, WILLIAM ERBIE FOLEY, DAVID ALAN 39 K Mon. 4. FOLEY, PAUL JOHN "B" Band I-3, "A" Band 4. FORBES, ANDREW Psych. Club 4. FORD, LEE All Girls' Coun. I, Bible Club 2-4, Teach. Asst. 2-3, Maiorette 2-3, Gov. Coun. 3-4, Psych. Club 4 IV. Pres. 45, Cheerleader 4, Class Rep. 3, Class Rep. 4. FOSTER, ARTHUR RovvE Iii "A" Band I-4. FOUTS, EVELYN KAY Psych. Club 4, Bible Club 4, All Girls' Coun. 4. FOUTZ, ELIZABETH EMERSON French Club I-2, 4, Teach. Asst. I-4, Bible Club 2-3, Orch. 2-4, "A" Band 2-4, Fut. Nurses 3-4, Jr. Red Cross 3. FOWLKES, EDWARD OLIVER Hi-Times I, Stage Crew 4, Sp. Chor. 4, Chapel Comm 4, Usher 4, Rep. Coun. 4. FOX, CHESTER MELTON Rep. Coun. I-2, Sp. Chor. I-4, Mon. 2, Bible Club 3-4, Chem-Bo-Phys. 4, Teach. Asst. 4. FRAZER, ANNE HUGHES Bible Club I-4, F.T.A. I-4, Four Arts Club 3-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Allied Youth 2-3, Teach. Asst. 2. FRAZER, MELL ALICE Arg, Inc. I, Bible Club I-4, Riding Club I-4, Swimming Club I-4 CSec. 43, Four Arts Club I-4, Rep. Coun. I, Teach. Asst. I, 3, Quill and Scroll 3-4 CTreas. 4l, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Hi-Times 3-4, Latin Club 3, F.T.A. 4. FREEMAN, HENRY CONRAD Class Pres, 4, Usher 3-4, Key Club 3-4, Gov. Coun. 2-4, Homecoming Ct. 4, Azalea Trail Ct. 4, Class Rep. 3, Stage Crew 2-3, Cheerleader 3, Class Treas. 2, Gate Club I-2, Allied Youth I-2, Mon. I. FRENCH, FORREST KAMIL Mon. 4. FRIEDLANDER, EMILY Psych. Club 4, F.T.A. 4, Teach. Asst. 4, Ott. Asst. 4, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. FRISCH, TERRY LYNNE Orch. I-2, Bible Club I-2, Teach, Asst. I-4, D.O. Club 3-4, Hi-Times Rep, 3, Jr, Red Cross 3. FROST, JACK CLARENCE FUNDERBURK, Ray Chess Club 3-4 fTreas. 4l. FUNKE, STEPHANIE ELIZABETH Y-Teens 3, Keep 'Em Rolling 3-4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 3-4 CV. Pres, 43, Mon. 3, Hi-Times 4, Quill and Scroll 4. GANAS, BETTY RUTH D.O. Club 4, Teach. Asst. 2-3, Mon. 2-3. GARRETT, JEANETTE F.T.A. 2-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4, All Girls' Coun. 3-4, O.B.E. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4 fTreas. 3-43, Mon. 3-4, Bible Club 2-3, Teach. Asst. I-3. GARRICK, JOAN CAROL Psych. Club 4, Bible Club 3, Fut. Nurses 2, Mon. 2, Ott. Asst. 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4, GATLIN, MAXINE MARKETTE Rep. Coun. I-2. GEER, JUDITH ANGELA Troupe-rs 4, F.R.A.H.S, 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Teach. Asst. 2-4, Jr. Red Cross I-3, Rep. Coun. 2. GEORGE, WILLIAM HAROLD GIDDENS, ANTHONY JAMES GlLl,, PAUL LEE -.fx Mon. 3. GIRBY, LESLIE WARREN GLENN, TEDDY Swimming Club I-45 Bible Club l'4i l'll-TIVTIGS Rep- 3- GLYNN, RONNIE F. EEK GLIDDEN, ANNE STELLA Rep. Coun. 2-4, Chapel Comm. 3-4, Mon. 4, Teach. Asst. 4. GOHIER, ROBERT WILCOX Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. GORDON, GRADY HARRELL "A" Band 3-4. GOULD, VERNON N. GRAVAT, BETTY JEAN Y-Teens 3, Teach. Asst. 3. GRAVES, GEORGE EDWARD GRAY, RONNIE GRAYSON, MOLLIE BELLE Rep. Coun. I, 3-4, Teach. Asst. I-4, Hi-Times Rep. 2-3, Bible Club 3, Mohian 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. GREEN, DAVID ALLEN K Teach. Asst. 2, D.O. Club 3. GREEN, JOHN DOUGLAS Vis. Ed. Club I-3, Radio Club 3, Teach. Asst. 3, Mon. 4. GREEN, MAUDIE RUTH D.O. Club 4, Bible Club 2-3, Jr. Red Cross I, 3, Teach. Asst. I, 3, All Girls' Coun. 2. Ft' Q? ' GREEN, PHILLIP WAYNE " ' X 931-fx GREGOR, PETER HARRY Sp. Chor. 3, Mon. 4. GREGORY, JOHNNY BARFLIED GRIFFIN, BRGOKSIE C. O.B.E. 3, Mon. I-2, Lib. Asst. 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. GRODSKY, FRANCES All Girls' Coun. I-4, F.T.A. 4, Off. Asst. 3-4, Teach. Asst. I-4, Gate Club I, Nat, Hon. Soc. 4, GUINN, PHILLIP WAYNE "A" Band I-4, Sp, Chor. 2-4, Chapel Comm. 3-4, Four Arts Club 4. GULSBY, BETTY EUGENIA Mon. 3, D.O. Club 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. GUNTER, BOBBY ALLEN GUNTER, JOE WILLIAM Allied Youth I-2, Welt. Store Asst. I-2, Bible Club 2-3, Usher 2-4, Baseball 2-4, Key Club 3-4, "M" Club 3-4 lPres. 4l, Football 4, Foreign Exchange Student. GURVVICI-I, BURT Chem-Bo-Phys. 2-4, Asst. Football Mgr. 2, "M" Club 3, Radio Club 3-4, Rep. Coun. 4, Usher 4, Sp. Chor. 4. HALL, JULIA LAKE O.B.E. 4 fProg. Chair.I, Mon. 3, Bible Club I-2, Teach. Asst. 2, Riding Club I-2. HAMRICK, WILBUR STUART HANDLEY, PAT "A" Band 3-4 CLibrarian 3-4, Sec. 3-41, "B" Band I-2, Rep. Coun. I-3, Bible Club I-3, G.A.A. I, Teach. Asst. 2-4. HANKS, ROBERT CLARENCE "A" Band I-3, Mon. I-3, Arg. Inc. 2, Hi-Y 4. HANSEN, ALFRED AMANDUS HARDING, SUE ELLEN Teach. Asst. 2, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. HARDY, CAROL ANN Teach. Asst. I-3, Y-Teens I 1Sgt.-at-Armsl. HARE, FRANCIS WAYNE HARMS, CORRY DETTER HARRELL, CAROLYN JEAN Four Arts Club I-4, Teach. Asst. I, Bible Club I, Allied Youth I, D.O. Club 3. HARRIS, MARILYN C. Teach. Asst. 2, 4, All Girls' Coun. 3, Keep 'Em Rolling 4 lPres.I. HARRIS, RICHARD PRICE "M" Club I-4, Vis. Ed. 'I-2. HARRISON, EARL Golf Team I-4, Basketball 4. HART, ELIZABETH ANN Bible Club 2-3, Mon. 3, Teach. Asst. I, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. HARVEY, JERRY GUEST Sp. Chor. 3-4, Operetta 3-4, Four Arts Club 4, Play 4. HAWKINS, ANNA CATHERINE Bible Club I-3, Lib. Asst. I, F.T.A. 2, All Girls' Coun. 3, Psych. Club 4. HAWKINS, BILLY RAY HAWKINS, DELORES SUE Y-Teens 2-3, Jr. Red Cross 3, Bible Club 2, Allied Youth I, Teach. Asst. I-2. HAWKINS, SUE HEAD, JAMES DONALD HEARN, BESSIE RUTH Y-Teens I, Mon. I, G.A.A. 2, Bible Club 3-4, Jr. Red Cross 4, D.O. Club 4. HEBERT, OLIVER DEES "A" Band 2-4, "B" Band I, Hi-Y 2-3 QV. Pres. 3l, Mon. 2, Teach. Asst. 3. HEID, CAROLYN LORETTA D.O. Club 3-4, Teach. Asst. I-2, Mon. I-4, Four Arts Club I-2. HELMS, LINDA SUE O.B.E. 4, Y-Teens I-2, Mon. I-3. HENDERSON, LILLIAN FLORENCE Bible Club I-4, Swimming Club 2-4 lTreas. 43, Allied Youth I-2, Teach, Asst. I-2, Nat. Hon, Soc. 4. HENDERSON, WALTER DALE D.O. Club 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Mon, 4. HENRY, GEORGE ALISTER HENRY, JOHN CROWELL Fut. Eng. 4, Tennis Club 2-4, Usher 3-4, Ott. Asst. 4, Teach. Asst. 3, Mon. 2, Basketball 2. HERNDON, JAMES CLINTON Bible Club 3, Sp. Chor. 3-4. HESTER, SHARLENE F.T.A. 2, D.O. Club 4. HEWITT, JIMMIE H. Chem-Bo-Phys. 4. HICKMAN, DELMUS FRANKLIN HIGDON, HORACE EDMOND Hi-Y I, Off. Asst. 3, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Four Arts Club 4, Fut. Eng. 4, D.O. Club 4. HIGGINBOTHAM, JANET GAIL F.R.A.H.S. 3-4, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Operetta 4, Four Arts Club 2-4, O.B.E. 4, Maiorette I-2, Gate Club 2, Rep. Coun. 2, Jr. Red Cross I, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. HILL, CAROLYN ANN G.A.A. I-4 lPres. 4, V. Pres. 35, Inter-Club Coun. 4, O.B.E. 3, Jr. Red Cross 2. HILL, ROBERT EDWARD HILL, ROSE MARY HILL, THOMAS EDWARD HOCKING, "MOLLY" MARY EVELYN Bible Club I-2, 4, Rep. Coun. I-3, French Club 3-4 Teach. Asst. 3, Youth Coun. 3, F.T.A. 3-4 lPres. 41 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4 lSec. 4l. HODGE, RICHARD TALMADGE Mon. I-2. r r HODGES, JEAN French Club 3-45 Psych. Club 35 Jr. Hist. Soc. 45 Chem- Bo-Phys, 4. HOGAN, BARBARA JEAN Y-Teens 1-45 Rep. Coun. 1-45 Fut. Nurses 15 Teach. Asst. 15 G.A.A. 25 Bible Club 35 Mon. 2-35 Yo Tappa Kees 45 Inter-Club Coun. 4. HOLCOMB, MARY ELIZABETH Teach. Asst. 15 Ott. Asst. 45 All Girls' Coun. 4. HOLCOMBE, ROBIN JANE Bible Club 1-35 Allied Youth 1-25 Hi-Times Rep. 1, 45 French Club 3-4 CPres. 415 Troupers 3-45 F.T.A. 3-45 Teach. Asst. 45 Inter-Club Coun. 45N1OI'1I6I'T 4. HOLLADAY, NANCY MARIE Chapel Comm. 45 French Club 45 Sp. Chor. 45 Bible Club 35 Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. HOLLADAY, RALPH ORVILLE Teach. Asst. 35 Hi-Times 45 Fut. Eng. 4 CPres.15 Inter- Club Coun. 45 Rep. Coun. 45 Choraliers 4. HOLLAND, CAROLYN VIRGINIA Jr. Red Cross 35 Bible Club 35 Teach. Asst. 1-25 All Girls' Coun. 15 Y-Teens 25 Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. HOLLIS, RUTH JANET Psych. Club 45 Y-Teens 3-4 CSec. 415 Bible Club 2-35 Mon. 1-35 Teach. Asst, 1-35 Maiorette 1-35 G.A.A. 1. HOPP, JOYCE ELAINE Mon. 2, 45 Teach, Asst. 1-45 Sp. Chor. 45 Choraliers 3-4. HORN, LARRY HORTON, BRENTON DEXTER ,fl HOUSEMAN, E. JEAN Teach. Asst. 35 D.O. Club 45 Core Club 1-2. HOUSTON, JONES WITHERS HOUSTON, SAMUEL PHIL HOWARD, CURTIS MELVIN HOWARD, LAURETTA COGHLAN Riding Club 15 Hi-Times Rep. 15 Teach. Asst. 25 Rep. Coun. 25 D.O. Club 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. HOWELL, DONALD BETHEA Mon. 35 Usher 45 Chem-Bo-Phys. 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. HOWELL, JOSEPH JEROME Sp. Chor. 3-45 Operetta 3-4 CLead 415 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-45 Psych. Club 3-45 Jr. Hist. Soc. 1-45 Bible Club 2-45 Teach. Asst. 3-45 Lib. Asst. 1-2. HOWELL, LESLIE SHANNON Mohian 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-45 O.B.E. 4 CSec.15 G.A.A. 1-35 Mon. 35 Teach. Asst. 1-4. HOWELL, MARY SHAIN Allied Youth 1-45 Bible Club 1-45 Quill and Scroll 3-45 Hi-Times 3-45 All Girls' Coun. 35 Gate Club 1-2. HOYOS, MARINA Span. Club 4. HUGHES, PATSY LOUISE G.A.A. 1-35 Bible Club 1-35 Teach. Asst. 1-4. HUTTO, ELAINE VERA Maiorette 1-45 Bible Club 15 All Girls' Coun. Ip Ott. Asst. 35 Rep. Coun. 3-45 Jr. Hist. Soc. 35 Yo Tappa Kees 4. INMAN, ALICE ANN Psych. Club 45 Rep. Coun. 15 Bible Club 2-4 CAsst. Sec. 415 FTA. 45 Ott. Asst. 45 Teach. Asst. 3. IRVINE, CLARKE UPHAM Mon. 45 Stage Crew 2-45 Usher 3-4. ISBILL, MARJORIE IMOGENE Sp. Chor. 45 Bible Club 4. JACKSON, H. EUGENE JACKSON, H. THOMAS JARRELL, ROSTON Mon. 2-35 Bible Club 35 Jr. Red Cross 45 Sp. Chor. 45 Chem-Bo-Phys. 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. JAY, HOWARD RICHARD Psych. Club 45 "A" Band 2-45 "B" Band 15 Teach. Asst. 3-45 French Club 3. JENKINS, CORNELIA LEE Bible Club 1-45 Allied Youth 1-25 Jr. Red Cross 1-25 French Club 3-4 CTreas. 415 F.T.A. 45 Choraliers 4. JERNIGAN, FLORENCE KATHRYN D.O. Club 45 Fut. Nurses 35 Teach. Asst. 1, 35 Mon. 25 All Girls' Coun. lj Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. JEWETT, KATHERINE NOWELL Hi-Times Rep. 45 Swimming Club 45 F.T.A. 4. JOHNSON, DOLORES JEAN "B" Band 1-25 All Girls' Coun. 4. JOHNSON, GLENDA KAY Swimming Club I-25 Arg. Inc. 15 Gate Club 15 Jr. Red Cross I5 Teach. Asst. 2-35 Tri-Hi-Y 35 F.T.A. 35 Off. Asst. 35 All Girls' Coun. 3-4 IPres. 415 French Club 3-45 Inter-Club Coun. 4 ITreas. 415 Troupers 45 Latin Club 45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. JOHNSON, HELEN GREY Mon. 3-4. JOHNSON, "LYNN" JESSLYNN TALLEY Mohian 4, Psych. Club 4, French Club 3-4, F.T.A. 3-4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Rep. Coun. 2, Hi-Times Rep. 3 CMiss Hi- Times1, Teach. Asst. 2-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. JOHNSON, JOSEPH ARNOLD Radio Club 3-4, Chem-Bo-Phys. 4, Sp. Chor. 4, Mon 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. JONES, CHARLES HARRIS if QX Jr. Red Cross i, Keep 'Em Rolling l, Teach. Asst. I-2- "1vi" Club 2-4, oo. Club 3. I JONES, CHARLES SHELTON Teach. Asst. I-4, Lib. Asst. 3-4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 3, Span Club 4, F.T.A. 3-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. JONES, DAVID ROY X Bible Club I-3, Rep. Coun. 4. JONES, EDWIN LUTHER JONES, FRANCES LOELLE Rep. Coun. 4, Hi-Times 4 CBUS. Mgr.1, All Girls' Coun. 3-4, FOUI' Arts Club 2-4, Asst. 2-3, G.A.A. I, Quill and Scroll 4. JONES, JOAN KENNEDY Mon. I-4, Sp. Chor. 2-4, Four Arts Club I-4, Bible Club I-3. JONES, MARGARET JEAN Yo Tappa Kees 4, Psych. Club 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Bible Club 3, Teach. Asst. 3. JONES, MARY FRANCES Hi-Ttimes Rep. I-4, Teach. Asst. I, 3-4, Rep. Coun. 2, Bible Club 3, Hi-Times 4, Quill and Scroll 4. JONES, MIMMI CLARICE Bible Club I-2, F.T.A. 3-4, Hi-Times 3-4, Quill and Scroll 3-4, Psych. Club 4, Teach. Asst. 4, Nat. Hon. Soc.4. JONES, MURIEL Teach. Asst. I-4, Mon. 2, Bible Club 3, Psych. Club 4. JORDAN, CHERRY GAYE Bible Club I, Teach. Asst. I, 3, Jr. Red Cross 2, Majorette 2-4. JORDAN, GLENDA JANICE Mon. I, 3, D.O. Club 4. JORDAN, SARAH ELIZABETH KARNES, ROGER LEE Basketball I-4, Track 1, Football l, Baseball 2-4. KELLETT, GLORIA SUE Mon. 4, Bible Club 3-4, Jr. Red Cross l, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. KENNEDY, ALVIN KENNEDY, BARBARA ANN Teach. Asst. I-2, All Girls' Coun. I, Bible Club I-3 Arg. Inc. I, F.T.A. 3-4, Homecoming Ct. 3-4. KENNEDY, BERYL CLAIRE Off. Asst. 4, Hi-Times Rep. 2, 4, Med. Unit Asst. 3, Y-Teens I-2, G.A.A. 2. KENNEDY, LARRY DEE KETTELL, BARBARA ANN Four Arts Club I-4, Allied Youth I-2, Fut. Nurses I-3, Teach. Asst. I, 3-4, Rep. Coun. I, Bible Club 2-3, French Club 2-4, Psych. Club 4. KILLAM, GEORGE EDWARD KING, ALVIN KING, BOBBY GENE Mon. 4, Track 2. KLING, PEGGY Rep. Coun. 3-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Chapel Comm. 4, Jr. Red Cross I-4 CSec. 41, Latin Club 3-4 QV. Pres. 41, F.T.A. 3-4, Psych Club 4, Teach. Asst. 3-4, Lib. Asst. 4, Bible Club I-3, Riding Club l. KNAPP, RUBY VALERIE KLOB, Sl-IARRON DIANNE Yo Tappa Kees 4, Teach. Asst. 2, KOLLIN, CHARLES Mon. I-2, "M" Club 3-4. KONORZA, PAT ROSE KREBS, SARAH CHARLOTTE KYLE, JANIE All Girls' Coun. I-4, Teach. Asst. 3-4, Fut. Nurses 3. LAIRD, ANN FRANCES Jr. Red Cross 3-4 CV. Pres. 41, Psych. Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Chapel Comm. 4, Bible Club 3, F.T.A. 4, Teach. Asst. 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. LAMBERT, BARBARA ANN Tri-Hi-Y 2-4 CV. Pres. 31, Psych. Club 4, O.B.E. 4, Mon. 2-3, Bible Club l-2, Teach. Asst. 2, Y-Teens I-2 LAMBERT, MARIE ANTOINETTE Y-Teens I-4 CSec. 2, Inter-Club Coun. Rep. 31, Bible Club I-3, Allied Youth I-2, G.A.A. I, Teach. Asst. I-3, Core Club I-2, Mon. 3, Ott. Asst. 4, Hi-Times Rep. 4, Mohian 4. LAMPPIN, SHERILL LEA Bible Club I-3, All Girls' Coun. 2, Ott. Asst. 3, Hi- Times Rep. 3, F.T.A. 3-4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 3, Y-Teens 3, Teach. Asst. 4, Four Arts Club 4, Hi-Times 4. 1 I I LANAUX, MICHAEL THOMAS LANGHAM, BLANCHE Bible Club I-35 Hi-Times Rep. 25 Sp. Chor. 45 Operetta 4. LARSEN, ANDREA LOUISE Sp. Chor. 45 Operetta 45 Mon. I-25 Jr. Red Cross 25 Jr. Hist. Soc. 25 Teach. Asst. I-4. LARTIGUE, FRED Lx-xyimonouze, i2oNALo 1.752 ug HA" Band 451151, Bama i-3. LAWRENCE, ADA LOUISE Jr. Red Cross Ig Bible Club I-35 O.B.E. 45 Operetta 4. LEATHERBURY, LUCY STONE Swimming Club I-4 lPres. 455 Hi-Times Rep. 3-45 Inter-Club Coun. 45 Homecoming Ct. I-45 Welt. Store Asst. 35 Teach. Asst. 25 Rep. Coun. I5 Allied Youth I5 Class V. Pres. I5 Jr. Red Cross I. LEE, TERESA LYNN Homecoming Ct. 45 All Girls' Coun. 35 Bible Club I-35 Teach. Asst. 2-3. LEONSIS, NICK LEWIS, ANTOINETTE REBECCA Troupers 4 lPres.I5 French Club 35 Psych. Club 3. LEWIS, BARBARA ANN LEWIS, ROBERT ANDERSON Usher 3-45 Chem-Bo-Phys. 3-45 Chess Club 45 Arg. Inc. 45 Nat. Hon. Soc, 4. LIEBESKIND, GARY PHILLIP Mon. 25 Basketball 2-35 Teach. Asst. 2-35 Tennis Team 3-45 Tennis Club 45 Rep. Coun. 35 Gov. Coun. 45 Class Rep. 45 Allied Youth 4. LINDSEY, VERNON Football I-45 All City, All State 45 "M" Club 3-4. LIPSEY, ALICE INEZ LITTLE, MARY LEE Rep. Coun. 3-45 Teach. Asst. 4. LLOYD, KATIE JEAN Psych. Club 45 Teach. Asst. 3-45 Bible Club 35 Rep. Coun. 25 All Girls' Coun. 2. LOGAN, JOYCE NELL F.T.A. I-35 Bible Club I-35 Tri-Hi-Y 2-45 All Girls' Coun. 2f35 Mon. 2435 Teach. Asst. I-35 Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. LOLLAR, BETTY RUTH LOTT, SHIRLEY ANNE Bible Club I-35 Band I-35 Fut. Nurses 2-3 lSec. 315 Hi- Times 3, All Girls' Coun 35 Quill and Scroll 35 D.O. Club 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. LOTT, THOMAS GILBERT LUCAS, JAMES RUSSELL Mon. I5 D.O. Club 45 Fut. Eng. 4. LUDLOW, MARION FRANCIS Hi-Times Rep. I, 45 Rep. Coun. I. LUNDY, JOANNE ELIZABETH Mon. 3-45 Teach. Asst. 25 Jr. Red Cross I. LUNDY, MARIAN LOUISE D.O. Club 3-4 QV. Pres. 3, Pres. 415 Core Club I-2. MacDONALD, CHARLES STANTON Psych. Club 45 Usher 3-45 Homecoming Ct. 2-35 Bible Club I-25 Rep. Coun. lg Allied Youth I5 Mon. I5 Teach. Asst. I. McANALLY, NORMA RUTH Teach. Asst. 25 Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. MCAULEY, NANCY LEAH Mon. 2-35 Teach. Asst. 35 Tri-Hi-Y 4. MCBRIDE, GAIL Swimming Club 3-45 Teach. Asst. 3-45 Tri-Hi-Y 2-3. MCBRIDE, SYLVIA Sp. Chor. 45 Yo Tappa Kees 4. MCCABE, VIRGINIA Teach. Asst. I-35 Jr. Hist. Soc. 4. NICCARDEL, ROBERT LARRY Bible Club 35 Sp. Chor. 45 Track 45 Operetta 4. MCCARTER, CAROL ANNE Fut. Nurses 45 "A" Band 2-45 Teach. Asst. I, 3-45 Rep. Coun. 25 G.A.A. I-25 Bible Club 25 Hi-Times Rep. I. MCCLAIN, ROBERT GENE MCCLANAHAN, WARREN BRUCE F.T.A. 3-4 CTreas. 455 Teach. Asst. I-35 Bible Club I-35 Hi-Times Rep. I-35 Usher 3-45 Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-45 Sp. Chor. 3-45 Rep. Coun. 45 Latin Club 3-45 Allied Youth 35 Jr. Hist. Soc. 35 Operetta 3-4. McCORY, SARA FRANCES McDONALD, MICHAEL AUBREY McDOWELL, FRANK FLYNN NICELVEEN, JO ANN Nat. Hon. Soc. 45 Hi-Times 3-4 CECI. 435 Quill and Scroll 3-4 lPres. 455 F.R.A.H.S. 45 Four Arts Club I-45 Bible Club 2-35 Jr. Red Cross 35 Psych. Club 45 Inter-Club Coun. 45 Lib. Asst. I5 Teach. Asst. 35 Ott. Asst. 3. McFADDEN, MARCIA GAYLE D.O. Club 45 Four Arts Club 3-45 Maiorettes IAQ5 Mon. I-35 Y-Teens I5 Hi-Times Rep. I5 Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. MCFARLAND, FRED Baseball I-4, Football 2-4 CAII City 41, Allied Youth I, "M" Club 4. MQGEE, Joe Sp. Chor. 4. MCINTYRE, GERALD B McKELLAR, JANE Sp. Chor. 4. MCKINNELL, NORA ELIZABETH Teach. Asst. 4. MCKNIGHT, MARY LUCY Swimming Club I-2, Allied Youth I-2, Bible Club I-4, Rep. Coun. I, Hi-Times Rep. 3, Psych. Club 4. MCLEAN, CECIL WAYNE "A" Band I-4, Orch. I, 4, Key Club 3. MCMICHAEL, JAMES JUDSON MCMICHAEL, NANCY PEARL Teach. Asst. I-4, Fut. Nurses I, Bible Club 3-4, Psych. Club 4, Mon. 4. MCMILLIAN, ELLEN FRANCES MCMULLAN, SANDRA DIANE MCPHERSON, JAMES CURTIS Band I-2, Hi-Times 2-3, Key Club 2-3, Quill and Scroll 3-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Usher 3-4, Rep. Coun. 3, Class Rep. 3, French Club 3-4, Bible 3, Four Arts Club 3-4, Mohian 4. MCPHERSON, LEONARD ARNOLD Keep 'Em Rolling 4, D.O. Club 4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Mon. 4. MCRAE, MILDRED VIRGINIA Mohian 4, Teach. Asst. 2-3, Bible Club I-3, Quill and Scroll 4, Fut. Nurses 4. MAITRE, "MIKE" GEORGE MICHAEL Football I-4, Baseball 2-4, Basketball I, Vis. Ed. I, Usher 2-4, "M" Club 3-4 lChap. 43, Key Club 4, Hi- Times Rep. 3-4, Class Rep. 4, Mon. I. MAJORS, WAYNE MALONE, EDWIN DUDLEY MALOY, JANICE MARIE D.O. Club 4, Teach. Asst. 2-4, Bible Club 3. MANN, PHILIP JACKSON Four Arts Club I-4, Arg. Inc. I-4, Debate Team I-4, Sp. Chor. I-4 CPres. 41, Madrigal Singers 3-4, Chem- Bo-Phys. I-3, Nat. Forensic League 3-4, Play 2, 4, Operetta I-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. zummwf,-.. MANNING, KIRBY WALLACE Baseball 3, Basketball 2, Rep. Coun. 2, "M" Club 4, Spike Shoe Club 4, Psych. Club 4, Track 4, Cross Country Team 4. MAPLES, JAMES JEFFERSON MAPLES, THOMAS GERALD MARICE, MARIE Mohian 4, French Club 3-4, Sp. Chor. 4, Swimming Club 2-4, Bible Club 2-4, Chess Club 3-4 lSec. 49, F.T.A. 4, Allied Youth I-2, Arg. Inc. I, Quill and Scroll 4, Operetta 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. MARLAR, JOHN THOMAS "A" Band I-3, Hi-Y 2. MARTIN, CHARLOTTE D.O. Club 4, Rep. Coun. I-3, Bible Club I-4, Four Arts Club 2-4, Cheerleader 2, Hi-Times Rep. 3, Gate Club 2-4, All Girls' Coun. 2-3, Teach. Asst. 2, Mon. 2. MARTIN, CLARENCE MONROE Mon. 2. MARTIN, MARION VIRGINIA Sp. Chor. 2-4, Madrigal Singers 3-4, Ott. Asst. 4, Four Arts Club 3-4, Bible Club 3, Hi-Times Rep. 3, French Club 4, Operetta 2-4, Play 3-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4, Span. Club 4 lSec. 45. MARTY, JOHN LOUIS Rep. Coun. I-2, Hi-Times Rep. I, 3-4, Arg. Inc. I, Usher 2-3, Teach. Asst. 4. MAYO, JANICE KAY Bible Club I-3, All Girls' Coun. 2-4, Fut. Nurses 3, Allied Youth 3, O.B.E, 4, Sp. Chor. 4, Hi-Times 4, Quill and Scroll 4. MEADOWS, LAVERNE JEANETTE: MELTON, SHERRON PRENTISS Sp. Chor. 4, Mon. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Bible Club 'I-2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. MERRYMAN, WALLACE KIMBALL Vis. Ed. I-2, F,R.A,H.S. 4, MIDDLETON, NORMAN DE MOUEY Mon. I-2, 4, Teach. Asst. 2-4, Psych. Club 3. MILLER, BARBARA ANNE Fut. Nurses I-4 lPres 41, Hi-Times 3-4, Quill and Scroll 3-4 CSec. 4l, Teach. Asst. I-3, Lib. Asst. I, Bible Club 2, Med. Unit Asst. 2-3, Psych. Club 4, Inter-Club Coun. 4, Hi-Times Rep. 3, Nat, Hon. Soc. 4. MILLER, DAVID JOHN Teach. Asst, 3-4, Rep. Coun. 3. MILLS, BOBBY MILLS, JOHN BURROUGHS Rep. Coun. 4, Teach. Asst. 3-4. MITCHELL, THOMAS SHERMAN MIZELL, MILTON MOATES, NORMA DYKES Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Mohian 4, Fut. Nurses I, 3-4, Med. Unit Asst. 4, Hi-Times Rep. 3, G.A.A. I-2, Rep. Coun. I-2, Arg. Inc. I-2, Thrift and Savings Scholarship 4. MONEY, JERRY SIMS D.O. Club 4, Band I-3. MONTGOMERY, ALICE SHARON Fut. Nurses 2-4, G.A.A. 2-3, Jr, Red Cross 3, Bible Club 3, Teach. Asst. 3, Ott. Asst, 3-4, Rep. Coun. 4, Mon. 3. MOODY, CAROLYN CHRISTINE Hi-Times 3-4, Teach. Asst. I-4, Arg. Inc. 3-4, Jr. Red Cross I-2, Jr. Hist. Soc. 3-4 ISec. 4D, Quill and Scroll 3-4, Chem-Bo-Phys. 4, Nat. Hon. Soc, 4, Bible Club 3, Allied Youth I-3, F.T.A. 23, Latin Club 3, Psych. Club 3, Rep. Coun. 2. MOODY, GLORIA ANN Teach. Asst. 2-4, All Girls' Coun. 4, Sp. Chor. 3-4, French Club I, Operetta 3. MOODY, MARGARET SYLVIA Allied Youth 2, Sp. Chor. 4. MOORE, BETTY ANN Allied Youth I-3, Teach. Asst. I-2, 4, Bible Club 2-4, Hi-Times Rep. 2, Tri-Hi-Y 2-4 fPres. 3-4I, F.T.A. 3-4, Med. Unit Asst, 3, Latin Club 3-4 ISec., Treas. 41, Mohian 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Youth Leg. Delegate 3-4. MOORE, DICK MOORE, NANCY ADAMS Mohian 4 IAsst. Ed,I, Four Arts Club I, French Club 3-4 IPres. 49, Teach. Asst. I-3, Troupers 3, Bible Club 3, Latin Club 3 IJr. Consull, Class Treas, I, Quill and Scroll 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. MOORE, PATRICK CLIFFORD MOORE, WILLIAM HARTFORD Radio Club 3, Chem-Bo-Phys. 3, Keep 'Em Rolling I-3, Sp. Chor. 3, Teach. Asst. I, 3, Jr. Hist, Soc. I-2, Gate Club 2, Rep. Coun. I, Bible Club I. MORRIS, FRANCES MARION MORRISON, ROBERT STEVENSON MOYE, HUGH ANSON Radio Club 2-4 ISec. 2, V. Pres. 45, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Operetta 3-4, Chem-Bo-Phys. 4, Usher 4, Tennis Team 4, Nat Hon. Soc. 4. I MULLENAX, RUBY CHRISTINE G.A.A. I-2, Fut. Nurses 3, Hi-Times Rep. 3. MURDOCH, ROBERT VESEY Mon. 2. MURPHY, MARTHA Lib. Asst. I-2, Teach. Asst. I-3, Jr. Red Cross I, All Girls' Coun. 2, Mon. 3, Y-Teens 3, D.O. Club 4. MURPHY, REGINA Teach. Asst. I, All Girls' Coun. I, Rep. Coun. 2, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4, D.O. Club 4, Nat. I-lon. Soc. 4. MYERS, HARRY EDWARD Key Club I-3, Mon. 2-4, Allied Youth 2, Stage Crew 2-4, Golf Team 3-4, Welt. Store Asst. 4. NEAL, GLYNDA All Girls' Coun. 4. NELSON, BEVERLY JOYCE Rep. Coun. I, Jr. 'Red Cross 2, Teach. Asst. 2, All Girls' Coun. 2, Y-Teens 3-4 IV. Pres. 3J, Mon. 3. NELSON, GARY ARNOLD Teach. Asst. I, Radio Club 2, Jr. Red Cross 3, Usher 4, Sp. Chor. 4. NERREN, PEGGY Y-Teens I-3, Teach. Asst. 3. NEWMAN, JAMES EDWARD Arg. Inc. I-3, Debate Team I-3, Nat. Forensic League 2-3. NIBLETT, WANDA Bible Club I-4, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Operetta 3-4, Teach. Asst. I-4, All Girls' Coun. 2-4, F.T.A. 3-4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4 IPres.l, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. NORMAN, BEVERLY ANN D.O. Club 4, Y-Teens 2-3 IChap. 35, Mon. 2-3, Teach. Asst, 3, All Girls' Coun. I-2. NORMAN, ROSEMARY LEONA Teach. Asst. 2-3, Off. Asst. 4. OAKS, EARL OAKS, WILLIAM NELSON Fut. Eng. 4, Teach. Asst. 3-4, Mon. 2-3, Chess Club 2. O'BANNON, GAYLON JOSEPH oooivi, aoaisw LEE -L xg Fai. Eng, 4. Ti ODOM, CAROLYN ANNE Teach Asst. 2, All Girls' Coun. 3, Bible Club 3, Rep. Coun. 4, Sp. Chor. 4. ODOM, JOYCE ELAINE oootvi. J. LARRY 5'-' IS oDoM, toMMY GALE Allied Youth i-2, Teacl'ZAsst. 2, Radio Club 3, Hi-Y 3-4. OLIVER, WILLIAM GRAHAM OTEY, ANNE MARALLYNNE Jr. Red Cross 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Teach. Asst. I-4. OWEN, FRANKIE CLAIRE D.O. Club 4, All Girls' Coun. 4, Teach. Asst. 3. OWEN, JAMES BRYAN D.O. Club 3-4. OWEN, LESLIE HUGH Chess Club 3-4, Chem-Bo-Phys. 3-4. OWENS, ARTHUR GLENN Vis. Ed. I-2, Fut. Eng. 2, Track 2. PALMER, ANDERSON LEE PANAYOTOFF, THEODORE JOHN Track I-4, "M" Club I-4, French Club I-4, Spike Shoe Club 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Chess Club 3-4 fHist. 4, V. Pres. 33. PARKER, BEVERLY D.O. Club 4, Y-Teens 3, Allied Youth 2-3, Bible Club 3, Teach. Asst. I-3, Jr. Red Cross I-2, Mon. T-2, G.A.A. I. PARKER, CATHERINE REYNOLDS Four Arts Club I-4, Swimming Club I-4, Arg. Inc. I, Riding Club I, Teach. Asst. I-3, Bible Club I-3, French Club 3-4, Jr. Red Cross 3-4, Hi-Times 4, Quill and Sc ull 4. PARV' R, HARVEY PARKL KATHERINE CURLEE Bible Club I-4, Four Arts Club I-4, F.T.A. I-2, Sp. Chor 4, J Asst. 4, Operetta 4. PEAVEY . JGLAS PEAVE WILLIAM FRANK Vis. Ed. 3. PENNINGTON, SAMUEL Chess Club I-4. PETERSON, NEOLA MARIE Mon. 4, Psych. Club 4, Y-Teens 2-3. PETTIS, BOBBY ROYCE PETTY, LINDA LOTENE Bible Club I-3, Mon. 2-3, Riding Club I-2, Jr. Red Cross 1, 3, Allied Youth 2-3, Hi-Times Rep. 2, Jr. Hist. Soc. 2, Teach. Asst. 4. PICKELL, PATSY LUELLA Maiorette 2-4, Y-Teens I-2, Jr. Red Cross I, All Girls' Coun. 3, Mon. 3. PIERCE, JANE LYN O.B.E. 4 CTreas.3, Rep, Coun. I, Hi-Times Rep. 2, 4, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Y-Teens I-2 CV. Pres. 23, Allied Youth 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. PIHL, KERREN SHERREN Y-Teens I-4, Fut. Nurses 2-4, Bible Club 2-3, D.O. Club 3, Lib. Asst. 2-3. PIPPIN, JIMMY PISTOLE, LEE ALEXANDER PLATT, NANCY ROCHELLE Mon. I-4, Teach. I, 3-4, Off. Asst. 4, Nat, Hon. Soc. 3-4, Bible Club 3, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Rep, Coun. I, Jr. Red Cross 3, Hi-Tirnes Rep. 4, Four Arts Club 4, Operetta 3-4, Play 4. POATES, JOYCE FAYE All Girls' Coun. I-4 CTreas. 43, Y-Teens T, Bible Club 2-4, Teach, Asst. 3, Psych. Club 2-4, Jr. Red Cross 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Sp. Chor. 4. POCASE, FLORENCE FAYE Sp. Chor. 4, Operetta 4, Jr. Red Cross 3-4, G.A.A. I-4, O.B.E. 4, Four Arts Club 3-4, Gate Club I-3, Teach. Asst. I-2, Mon. I. POOLE, "JIMMY" JAMES CARL Rep. Coun. I, 4 CTreas. 43, Four Arts Club I-4, Gate Club I, Gov. Coun. 2-4, Allied Youth I-2, Cheer- leader 2-4, Class Rep. 2, Class Rep. 3, Class V. Pres. 4, Nat. Hon, Soc. 3-4 lTreas. 43, Jr. Speakers' Bur. 3-4, Usher 3-4, Key Club 3-4, Play I-2. POPE, ELLEN LOUISE Teach. Asst. I-4, Bible Club I-3, Fut. Nurses 2-3, Ott. Asst. 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3-4 fSec. 3-43, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. POSSIEN, DAVID NEAL POULOS, PETER POUNDS, PATRICIA ANN Bible Club 2-3, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Teach. Asst, 3, Mon. 3, Yo Tappa Kees 4. PRIM, WILLIAM Key Club 2-4, French Club 3-4, Mohian 4, Mon. 3, Teach. Asst. 2. PRINCE, TERRY LEONARD Psych. Club 4, Ott. Asst. 4, Jr. Hist. Soc. I-2. PUCKETT, RONALD EDWIN Mon. 4, Keep 'Em Rolling 2. PUCKETT, SANDRA FAYE QUARLES, "BUZZY" WILLIAM Sp. Chor. 3-4, Four Arts Club 3-4, Operetta 3-4, Play 3-4 O 0 RATCLIFF, JAMES EDWARD RAY, PATRICIA ANN RAYFIELD, LEWIS EDWARD French Club I-2, Chess Club 2-4 ITreas. 3, Pres. 45, Fut. Eng. 4, Teach. Asst. 2-3. READ, DANIEL EDWIN REAVES, EDWARD MOORE Bible Club I-4 ITreas 3, V. Pres 45, Key Club 2-4 ISec. 45, Allied Youth 2-4 IPres. 35, Usher 3-4, Inter- Club Coun. 3, Jr. Hist. Soc. 2. REDMOND, RICHARD KENNETH Bible Club 3, Teach. Asst. 3, Off. Asst. 4, Psych. Club 4. REECE, DANIEL D. RENAUD, SANDRA JOAN Teach. Asst. 4, F.T.A. 3, All Girls' Coun. I-2, Mon. I, Nat. I-lon, Soc. 4. RESTER, ALAN GARY Four Arts Club I-4, Usher 3-4, Track 2-4, Home- coming Ct. 4, Mon. 4, Allied Youth I-3, Gate Club 3, Rep. Coun. 2, Vis. Ed. 2. RESTER, BARBARA LOUISE Teach. Asst. I-4, O.B.E. 4, Nat. I-lon. Soc. 4. RETTIG, CHARLES E. REVEL, JUDY KAY Teach. Asst. I, 4, Mon. 3, Psych. Club 4, Bible Club 4, F.T.A. 4, O.B.E. 4, Nat. I-Ion. Soc. 4. REYNOLDS, KAY ELIZABETH Jr. Red Cross, I-3, Y-Teens I, Arg. Inc. I, Jr. Hist. Soc. 2-3, Yo Tappa Kees 4, Quill and Scroll 4. REYNOLDS, PAT RICE, JEANNE Bible Club 2-4, Sp. Chor. 4, Hi-Times Rep. I-2, Y-Teens I-2, Tri-Hi-Y I-2, Fut. Nurses 2, Mon. I-2. RICHARDSON, JANICE KAY Mon. 3, All Girls' Coun. 4. RICHARDSON, MERRILL ANNE Yo Tappa Kees 4. ROBERSON, PATRICIA ROSE Sp. Chor. 4, Mon. 3, G.A.A. 2, Rep. Coun. 2, Keep 'Em Rolling I, Bible Club I. ROBERTS, ELAINE LORNA D.O. Club 4, Ott. Asst. 3, Teach, Asst, 2. ROBERTS, HELEN MARIE Bible Club I, Four Arts Club I-4, Jr, Red Cross 2-3, Sp. Chor. 3-4 ISec. 45, French Club 3-4, Teach. Asst. 4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 3, F.T.A. 4, Arg. Inc. 4, Operetta 3, Play 4. ROBERTS, JAMES WALTER Latin Club 3. ROBERTS, MARILYN RUTH All Girls' Coun. I, Bible Club I, Teach. Asst. 2-3, Ott. Asst. 4, Sp. Chor 4. ROBINSON, DAVID OZIAS D.O. Club 4. ROBINSON, LEON MARTIN Vis. Ed. I, Teach. Asst. I-4, F.R.A.H.S. 2-4 IV. Pres 3, Pres. 45, D.O. Club 3-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. ROBINSON, ROBERT ALLEN Mon. I-3, Off. Asst. 4, Basketball 3-4, "M" Club 3-4, Chess Club 3, Fut. Eng. 3. ROBINSON, WILL CLYDE ROCKWELL, MARGARET CECILE F.T.A. I-2, Allied Youth I-2, Rep. Coun. 3, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Bible Club 3-4, Fut. Nurses 3-4, All Girls Coun. 4, Psych. Club 4. RODRIOUES, AILEEN KAY ROGERS, BUDDY ROLLINS, CHARLES HUTSON "M" Club 3-4, "A" Band I-3, Rep. Coun. I, Usher 3-4 IHead 45, Spike Shoe Club 4 IPres. 45, Track 3-4, Cross Country Team 3-4, CState Champ. 4, Capt 45, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. ROPER, ELEANOR RUTH D.O. Club 4, French Club 3, Jr. Red Cross 3, Hi-Times 3, Bible Club 2, Teach. Asst. I. RORIE, JAMES HAROLD ROUTH, FAYE THOMA Jr. Red Cross I-4, Bible Club 3-4, Rep. Coun. 4, F.R.A.H.S. 3-4. ROY, ROBERT LAMAR Mon. 2-3. RUDOLPH, BEVERLY ANN D.O. Club 4, Teach. Asst. 3, Mon. 2-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. RUSHON, DONALD RUSSELL, THOMAS SALATA, JOSEPH ANTHONY Teach. Asst. 4. SANDERS, SAMUEL SIDNEY Teach. Asst. I, D.O. Club 3, Mon. 2. SANDLIN, "BUDDY" ALBERT LEONARD Fourt Arts Club I-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Nat. Forensic League 3-4, Arg. Inc. I, 3-4 fPres. 45, Play 4, Debate Team I-4 l5tate Champ. 35, Key Club 2-3, Chern-Bo- Phys. I-2, Teach. Asst. 2-3. . fi SANDS, FRED LAMAR 4 X Allied Youth 1-3, Rep Coun. 1-2, 4, Four Arts Club 2-4, Play 2-4, Bible Club 3, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Operetta 3-4, Jr. Speakers' Bur. 4. SANGROUBER, PEGGY JOAN Teach. Asst. 1, 3, Hi-Times Rep. 2-3, O.B.E. 4 CPres, 41, Sp Chor. 4. SANTA CRUZ, ROBERT SAPP, THOMAS FREDERICK Usher, 3-4, Key Club 3-4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 3-4, Mon. 3, Chem-Bo-Phys. 4, Tennis Team 3-4 lCapt. 41, Bible Club 3-4, Inter-Club Coun. 4, Operetta 3, Allied Youth 3-4. SATTERWHITE, GORDON ANDREW Chess Club 3-4. SAVAGE, PHIL COLLINS Baseball 1-4, Football I-4, "M" Club 2-4. SAVELL, GLEN WOODROW SCHAEFFER, MARY SANDRA O.B.E. 4, Sp. Chor. 4, Bible Club 2-3, All Girls' Coun. 3, Teach. Asst. 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. - .- - 'Y' scHEuERMANN, Rim ELIZABETH QI4. X KJ Bible Club I-2, Rep Coun. 3, Jr. Red Cross 4. SCHNEIDER, ALLEN SCHREINER, LORRAINE SEARS, MARGARET JANE Hi-Times 3-4, Quill and Scroll 3-4, Nat. I-Ion. Soc. 4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 4, Teach. Asst. 1-3, Y-Teens 1, Mon. 1, Riding Club 1. SEGARS, CATHRYN MCLAREN Hi-Times Rep. 4, Allied Youth 1-3, Welt. Store Asst. 3-4, Bible Club 1-3, Riding Club 1. SEKNICKA, JOHN EDWARD Usher 3-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Mohian 4 CBus. Mgr.1, Teach. Asst. 1, Quill and Scroll 4. SELF, CELIA ANN ' French Club 2-4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Mon. 4, SHADE, DAVID GENE SHAW, LAURA HARRIET D.O. Club 4, Bible Club 1. SHAW, NANCY JACOUELYN Band 1-3, Bible Club 2-3, Psych. Club 2-3, Mon, 4. SHEARER, LEE GORDON Four Arts Club 1-4, Play 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, F.T.A. 1-4 CDist. Pres. 31, Class Sec. 2, Mohian 3-4 CEd. 41 Quill and Scroll 3-4, Lib. Asst. 1, A.H.S.P.A. 3 CSec.1. SHEARER, LOUISE MORRISS Mohian 4 CAsst. Bus. Mgr.1, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Quill and Scroll 4, Riding Club 1-2, F.T.A. 3-4, Allied Youth 1-2, Bible Club 1-4, Latin Club 3-4, Swimming Club 2-4, Four Arts Club 1-4. SHEFFIELD, DAWN Four Arts Club 2-4, Play 3, Rep. Coun. 2, Swimming Club 1-3, Gate Club 1-2, Riding Club 1, Jr. Red Cross 1 fSec.1. SHEPPARD, DENNIS MICHAEL Jr. Red Cross 2-3 CTreas. 31, Teach. Asst. 2, 4, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Operetta 3-4, Madrigal Singers 3-4, Fut. Nurses 3, Bible Club 3, Four Arts Club 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4, Play 4, Arg. Inc. 4. SHIRLEY, THOMAS JAMES Jr. Hist. Soc. 3-4 CHist. 41, Psych. Club 4, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Operetta 3-4, Teach, Asst. 1. SHOUPPE, MYRALYN Fut. Nurses 4, Teach. Asst. 4. SILVER, WILLIAM JACOB Teach. Asst. 1, 3, Fut. Eng. 1. SIMMONS, DONALD ROY Teach. Asst. 2-3, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Operetta 3-4 CLeacI1, Madrigal Singers 3-4, Four Arts Club 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. SIMMONS, FRANCES CAROLYN SIMS, CHARLES NORTON Basketball 1-2, Sp. Chor. 3. SIMS, MYRA BELL Four Arts Club 3-4, Hi-Times 3-4, Quill and Scroll 3-4, Jr. Red Cross 2-3, Lib. Asst. 2-3, Hi-Times Rep. 3, All Girls' Coun. 2, Bible Club 2, Teach. Asst. 2. SINCLAIR, OLIVER Track I-4, Football 2-4, "M" Club 1-4 CSec. 41, Basket- ball 4, Baseball 4, Mon. 3, Spike Shoe Club 4 fSec.1. SINGLETON, JOSEPH THOMAS D.O. Club 4, Hi-Times Rep. 3, Teach, Asst. 1. SIRMON, SYLVIA Teach. Asst. 1, Maiorette 1-2, Swimming Club 2 D.O. Club 4, Lib. Asst. 3. W' I I SLAY. MARVIN EUGENE SLOBIG, JO ANN CAROL Four Arts Club 3-4, Play 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, F.T.A. 3-4, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Operetta 4, Teach. 2, Y-Teens I, Psych. Club 4, Jr. Red Cross 3, Jr. Hist. Soc. 4. SMEE, JACQUELYN Bible Club l-3, Swimming Club I, Mon. 2-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, O.B.E. 4, Sp. Chor. 4. SMITH, A. HILREY SMITH, BAMA SMITH, CAROLYN SMITH, FRANCIS Chess Club 4. SMITH, GERALDINE ANNETTE Four Arts Club I-4, Teach. Asst. 2-3, Rep. Court. 2, Ott. Asst. 4. SMITH, JAMES ALTON Vis. Ed. l-2. SMITH, LEIGHTON WARREN Welf. Store Asst. I-4, Stage Crew I-4, Vis. Ed. I SMITH, LINDA JANET SMITH, MARGARET ELLEN Bible Club I-3, Hi-Times Rep. I, Teach. Asst. I, O.B.E. 4. SMITH, MARGARET IRENE Fut. Nurses 2, All Girls' Coun. 2. SMITH, MARGIE LOUISE Bible Club I-3, Allied Youth 2, Teach. Asst. I-4, Hi- Times Rep. 4. SMITH, MAROLYN D.O. Club 4, F.T.A. I-3, Bible Club 3, Psych. Club 3, Teach. Asst. I-3, Keep 'Em Rolling I-2, Mori. I-2, G.A.A. I, Jr. Red Cross I, SMITH, MARY CATHERINE Teach. Asst. I-2, Hi-Times 4. SMITH, RAYMOND EUGENE SMITH, WILLIAM PAUL soaarae, DAVID ARNOLD 2131 pf Usher 2-4, Fut. Eng. I-2, Rep. Court. I-2: TVGCI4 2-42 Key Club 2-4, "M" Club 3-4, Mohiari 4, Spike Shoe Club 4, Quill and Scroll 4. SOLEY, GAIL PATRICIA Hi-Times 4, Y-Teens 2, Teach. Asst. 2. SOWELL, GLEN Band I-3,Mor1. 3-4, Teach. Asst. 4. SOWELL, RUTH Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. SPAULDING, JO ANNE Bible Club I-4, Allied Youth I, Teach. Asst. 4. SPENCER, PARTICIA ANNE Bible Club I-4 CTreas. 4l, Hi-Times Rep. 'I-2, Rep. Court. 3-4 lSec. 4l, Allied Youth 3-4, Hi-Times 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Nat. Horl. Soc. 4. SPURWAY, ROBERT ADAIR STAIN, FRANCES ANNE Four Arts Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Jr. Red Cross 4. STANTON, RICHARD EVAN Vis. Ed. I-4, Radio Club 2-3, Chem-Bo-Phys. 3, Teach. Asst. 2, Allied Youth 2. STAPLETON, ROBERT EUGENE Sp. Chor. 4, Bible Club I-3, "A" Band 3, "B" Band I-2. STEADHAM, WILLIAM E, STEELE, ALBERT EDMUND STEINER, CAROL ANN F.R.A.H.S. I-4 CSec., Treas. 3l, Mohian 4, Allied Youth 3, All Girls' Cour1.- I-2, Mori. 2, Fut. Nurses 3, Ti- Times Rep. 2, Teach. Asst. I, 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. STEINER, SUSIE Fut. Nurses 3-4 lTreas. 41, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4, Bible Club 3, Teach. Asst. 3, Psych. Club 4, Mohian 4. STEPPE, GEORGE RAY D.O. Club 4. STERLING, MARIETTA LUCILLE D.O. Club 4, Y-Teens 2-3 fSec. 31, Mon. 3. STEVENS, ANN CAROLYN Four Arts Club I-4, Homecoming Ct. I-3, Azalea Trail Ct. 4, Bibles Club I-4, Gate Club I-2, Swimming I-4, Allied Youth I-4, Cheerleader 2-3, Psych. 4. STEVENS, JUDY MERLE STEWARD, JAMES HENRY STEWART, CHARLES AUGUSTUS STIMPSON, CECILIA ETTA G.A.A. I-3. STOJOICH, FRANCES ELIZABETH G.A.A. I-4, Teach. Asst. 2-4, Psych. Club 4. STONE, JAMES L. Gate Club I-2, "B" Band I-2, Four Arts Club I-4, Bible Club I-4, Rep. Coun. 2-4, Psych. Club 4, Teach. Asst. 3, MOU. STONE, JIMMY RAY STOWE, ROBERT RICHARD Hi-Y 2-4 ISec. 3, Pres. 41, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Inter- Club Coun. 4 CV. Pres.1, Nat. Forensic League 3-4 fTreas. 31, Arg. Inc. 2-4 IV. Pres. 31, Latin Club 3-4, Key Club 2-3, Youth Leg. 2-3, Bible Club 3, Chem- Bo-Phys. 2, Rep. Coun. I-2. STROECKER, RANDALL HOUSTON Fut. Eng. 4. STUART, LESLIE HAROLD "A" Band I-4, Track I-2. STUCKI, JUDITH MARILYN Allied Youth I, G.A.A. I, Bible Club 2-3, Sp. Chor. 3-4, Operetta 4. STUMPH, DORIS ANN Off, Asst. 3-4, Bible Club I-2, Teach. Asst. I-2. SUFFICH, WILLIAM JOSEPH Track I-4, Stage Crew I-2, Key Club 2-4 IV. Pres. 41: Radio Club 2-3 IV. Pres. 2, Treas. 31, Usher 3-4, "M" Club 3-4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. SULLIVAN, JUDY Bible Club 2-4, Class Rep. 4, Class Sec. 2, Rep. Coun. 2-4 ICorres. Sec. 41, Gate Club 2-3, Y-Teens I-2, Inter- Club Coun. 2, All Girls' Coun. I, Off. Asst. 3. SUMMERS, DORIS LOUISE SUTTON, THELES All Girls' Coun. I-4 IV. Pres. 41, Teach. Asst. I, 3-4, Bible Club I-3, Tri-Hi-Y 2-3, F.T.A. 3-4, Span. Club 4, O.B.E. 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. I mum- v A. Y TALBERT, SHELLEY ALICE French Club 3-4, Psych. Club 3-4, Bible Club 3, Teach. Asst. 3-4. TAYLOR, ANNETTE Cheerleader 4, Allied Youth I, Bible Club I-3, Rep. Coun. I, 3, Jr. Red Cross I, F.T.A. 2, 4, Four Arts Club 2-4, All Girls' Coun. 2, Mon. 2-3, Jr. Speakers' Bur. 3-4, Hi-Times 4, Quill and Scroll 4. TAYLOR, JOE ANN TELLIER, EMILIE CAROLYN Psych. Club 4, Choraliers 3-4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, French Club I-2. TEMPLIN, SUSAN Class Treas. 4, Nat, Hon. Soc. 4, Fut. Nurses I-4, Psych. Club 4 ITreas. 41, Chapel Comm. 2-4, Four Arts Club 4, Sp. Chor, 3-4, Gov. Coun. 3-4, Class Treas. 3, Teach. Asst. I-3, Gate Club I-2, Y-Teens T-2, Hi-Times Rep, 2, Rep, Coun. i. TEsNEY, AARON owcixis Et'-fig THAMES, HARRY WAYNE "A" Band 2-4, Orch. 2, Jr. Hist. Soc, 3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Quill and Scroll 4, Hi-Times 4. THAMES, STEWART Golt Team l-4, Key Club 2-3, Allied Youth I, Bible Club I. THIGPEN, CARY WILLIAM THIGPEN, MARY LYNN Sp. Chor. 3-4, Teach. Asst. 4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 3, F.T.A. 3, Bible Club 3, Operetta 4 ILead1. THOMAS, JOE RUSHIN Sp. Chor. 4. THOMPSON, ALAN SMITH Usher 3-4, Off. Asst. 4, Chem-Bo-Phys. 4, Fut. Eng. 2, 4, Teach Asst. T-3, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. THOMPSON, ALICE L. THOMPSON, CECILIA ETTA THOMPSON, EARLINE Y-Teens I-4, Jr. Red Cross I-3, Mon. 2-3, All Girls Coun. 2-3, D.O. Club 4, Rep. Coun. 4, Hi-Times Rep. 4 THOMPSON, LORETTA JUNE O 0 THOMPSON, MARY FRANCES D.O. Club 4, Y-Teens I-3, Mon. I-2, Jr. Red Cross I-2. THOMPSON, SYBLE ANN THOMPSON, THOMAS LARRY THOSS, HAROLD Fut. Eng. I-2, 4 fProg. Chair. 41, Vis. Ed. 3. THOSS, SANDRA ESTELLE All Girls' Coun. 4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 4, Choraliers 4, Teach. Asst. 3, Rep. Coun. 2. TICE, RONALD ERNEST TILLMAN, LAVONNE TIMONIN, MARY TANYIA TINNEA, SUANNE Swimming Club I-3, G.A.A. I-2, Y-Teens I, Mon. I, Orch. I-3, Rep. Coun. 2, O.B.E. 4 CV. Pres.1. TOMMINS, "PATTY" PATRICIA Jr. Red Cross I-4, Sp. Chor. 4, Operetta 4, Hi-Times 4, Four Arts Club 4, Play 4, Teach. Asst. 2, 4, Bible Club 3. TOWLE, MARY JANICE Bible Club I-2, Jr. Red Cross 3, Psych. Club 4, F.T.A. 4, Hi-Times Rep. 4. TREUTEL, ROBERT PAUL "A" Band 3-4, Teach. Asst. 3-4. TURNER, CLAY HOWARD Class Pres. I, Bible I-3, Homecoming Ct. 2, Baseball I-2, 4, Rep. Coun. 2, Basketball 2-4 CCapt. 41, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4, Latin Club 3-4 IPres. 4, V. Pres. 31, Usher 3-4, Key Club 3-4 CExec. V. Pres. 41, "M" Club 3-4 CTreas. 41, Allied Youth 2. TURNER, JAY DAVID Rep. Coun. 2, Stage Crew 2-4, Usher 3-4, Welt. Store Asst. 3-4. TURNER, JERROLD PARKER TURNER. M. SANDRA O.B.E. 3. TURNER, ROBERT DONALD TUTHILL, DOROTHY ANN F.R.A.H.S. 2-4, O.B.E. 4, Nat. Hon. Soc. 3-4: SP- Chor. 3-4, Allied Youth 2-3, Operetta 3-4, Bible Club 1.3, Jr. Hist. Soc. I-3, G.A.A. 2, Mon. 2, Rep. Coun. 4, F.r.A. 4. VANDERSTAY, JUDY ANN Span. Club 4 QPres. 41, Allied Youth 4, Inter-Club Coun. 4, Hi-Times 4, Teach. Asst. 2-3, Mon. I, 3: Y-Teens I-2, Arg. Inc. I, Quill and Scroll 4. VAUGHN, SAM BURKE VAUGHN, WILLIE VESPER, HAROLD MAHLON Band I, Basketball I, Hi-Y 2. VEREEN, JOHN FELIX VILLAR, ELIZABETH ROSE D.O. Club 4. VINCENT, WILLIAM DUNNING Football I-4, Track T-4, "M" Club I-4 ISQT.-at-AVVUS1: Mon. 4. VINING, BARBARA ALLEN WALKER, DOROTHY EDNA Bible Club I-2, All Girls' Coun. 4. WALKER, KATHRYN LOUISE WALKER, LOIS ANN Maiorette I-4 IHead 41, Psych Club. 4, Rep. Coun. 2-3, Teach. Asst. I-3, Jr. Red Cross T-2, Mon. 2, Fut. Nurses I-2, Y-Teens I-2, Keep 'Em Rolling I-2, Hi- Times Rep. 2, G.A.A. I, Riding Club I. WALKER, MALLARD LOIS WALKER, SCOTT WALTMAN, MARTHA NELL Mohian 3-4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, Allied Youth 2, Nat. Hon. Soc. 4. WALTON, ROY Vis. Ed. 2-4 CSec. 31, Hi-Times 3-4, Mohian 3-4. WARD, ELDRED LYNN WARD, FRANK DAVID WARD, GEORGE T. WARREN, WILLIAM Nat. I-Ion. Soc. 4. WALTERS, ANN Jr. Red Cross 3, Mon. 3. WATKINS, WILLIAM EDWARD WATSON, THOMASINE WEBB, ELIZABETH ANN Mon. l-3, Fut. Nurses I-3, G.A.A. 2, Jr. Red Cross 2 Med. Unit Asst. 3-4, Teach. Asst. 4. WEED, GLORIA JANE WEEKS, LAURA WEEMS, MARIE D.O. Club 3-4, Core Club I-2. WEEMS, MARTHA Off. Asst. 4, G.A.A. I-3. WEINSTEIN, NORMAN BARRY Fut. Eng. I-2, 4, Vis. Ed. I-2 CSec. I, Treas. 21, Arg lnc. I, Teach Asst. 2-3, Chem-Bo-Phys. 2-4 IV. Pres. 3 Pres. 41, Inter-Club Coun. 2-4. WELCH, cHARLEs hi. '55 NL Vis. Ed. 2, Jr. Red Crots 3-4. WELCH, EDNA GRACE WELLS, LESTER RAY WESTHEIMER, IRWIN EMANUEL WHATLEY, JACOUELINE JOY Sp. Chor. 3-4, Operetta 3-4, Mon. 3-4, Jr. Hist. Soc. 4, Psych. Club 4, All Girls' Coun. I, Bible Club I, Allied Youth l. 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