North High School - Polaris Yearbook (Nashville, TN)
- Class of 1956
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by fhe Senior Class of Norfh Nashville High School. Lmeiill
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We, the Seniors of the class of '56 dedicate this issue of the Polaris
Coach Hendricks Fox for his enduring patience and willing aid at all
Mrs. Margaret C. Gray for making the characters in American History
live for us.
"To fhink fha! all our misforfune
growed ouf of our wanf of learnin'. " 3-Q
So lasf Fall when fhis office work
was "a branflre new business" fo ' x
us, we consulfed Miss Van Deren
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and wenf on ahead.
First Row: ANNA SLATER AND GAIL HETHCOTE. Second Row: BETTY MORGAN, PEGGY NIX, PEGGY HINES, AND JUDY COOLEY
Third Row: MR. NOEL, NANCY VANATTA, PATSY LANE AND MISS VAN DEREN.
MR. J. H. NOEL, PRINCIPAL
I don'f know whefher Mr. Noel
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MR. NOEL AND MISS FRAN-
CES VAN DEREN, Regisfrar-
ACUFF, BROWN, CARRIGAN, ANN CONNELLY, DOUGLAS,
ANNA H. MARY FRIEL physical EDYTHE DICKENS MARGARET
English Librarian Educalion Commerce Music
FOWLER, FOX, HENDRICKS FRIEDMAN, GILCHRIST,
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Speech Educafion Home Economics Arf
GRAY, MARGARET HAGEY, JEAN HALL, THOMAS HAMMER, MARY
CLARIDGE Social I,-,dum-ful KATHERINE
Social Sludies - Sfudies Arls English
HARVILL, HAYES, DICKIE JACKSON LANIER LEE,
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HISTORY .... Class of 1956
One beautiful fall day, September l l, l95O, to be exact, two hundred seventy eager little pioneer boys and
girls gathered at a clearing on the north side of town for the purpose of embarking on a long and tiresome iourney
into the frontier of learning. After becoming acquainted with the guides who had been hired for the trip, some of
whom were Miss Jean Hagey, Mrs. Jeanne Webb, Miss Virginia Spain, Mrs. Margaret Parker, and Mrs. A. C.
Lanier, the little travelers were ready to begin.
The first year of the iourney was perhaps the hardest. There were trails to be blazed and paths to be cut
in this strange land of education. There was not much time for play during this year, and since we were strangers
in that neck of the woods, we took almost no part in social activities.
Traveling the second year was somewhat easier because of the experience acquired the previous twelve
months, so some of the little backwoodsmen began taking part in one of the most popular frontier sports, basket-
ball. Tiny Graves, a typical pioneer girl, was elected out of the party to lead cheers for the boys, Charles Schroe-
der, Robert Russell, and Kenny Murphy. '
Still making progress, but feeling more certain of ourselves, we marched into our third year of exploring new
lands. This year we took time off from our daily chores for parties, weiner roasts, ball games, and good times.
There was the unforgettable celebration party after basketball season that year. Jackie Raines and Nancy
Green were chosen to yell for Frank Barnes, Jimmy Randalls James Golden, Paul Stewart and Byrns Boner at the
games. There was also the band trip to the Chattanooga Country, as well as many other activities that year.
At this point half of our travels was behind us. We had worked and played and some of us by this time,
had come face to face with the "Great Bar", Mr. J. H. Noel, but we soon learned to grin him down and decided
that his advice was the best after all. We had come to the end of a three years' journey in this wilderness and
had brought with us more knowledge and many memories, so one bright summer day we took time out to observe
the occasion. lt was both a sad and a happy event-sad because of the unforgettable experiences left behind
and happy because it was bringing us nearer the end of our trek through the dense forests. So we each took the
diplomas with gladness in our heart and a bright outlook for the future.
During the construction of the fourth milestone, the great forests became alive and the frontiersmen found more
time and activities to make memories of, so the year began with a champion football team. Paul Stewart was a
starter on the squad and Jackie Raines was re-elected cheerleader. Many of the pioneer group found other
activities which interested them. Several took positions in the chorus, and some were members of the band. The
chorus festival and theomemorable band trip to the Knoxville territory were the two outstanding events of that
Y The fifth year! And what a year! Nancy Vanatta, a popular young lady around the camp got the season
off to a nice start by being chosen football queen attendant. ln the meantime, some members of the wagon train
to meet requirefnents of the National Honor Society were Peggy Hines, Lucille Wilson, Lucille Woosley, Gloria
Peggy Ferguson, Jo Ann Cunningham, and Faye lngraham. A group as large as ours soon realizes the
nee dr leaders. Byrnes Boner, a natural-born leader, was elected president of the traveling people, Jackie
Raines, vice-president, and Tiny Graves, secretary-treasurer. The biggest money-making proiect of the year was
a rip-roaring show full of frontier talent and even included a beauty contest for the men. Profits of the show
sponsored the main event of the year and the most gala affair ever, a spring dinner-dance. That night the guests
witnessed the crowning of Queen Jackie Raines and King Byrns Boner, with attendants Sue Frazier, Kenny Murphy,
Nancy Vanatta and Paul Stewart. At the close of that year Larry Womack and Nancy Green were sent to re-
present the backwoodsmen at Volunteer Boys' and Girls' States.
Never-to-be forgotten is the day the weary travelers began the last few miles of the overland trek. These
were the final months of adventure to be lived now or never. Nancy Vanatta again stepped into the spotlight
and reigned as Football Queen. There was a change in leaders as Nancy also became the new secretary-treas-
urer and Larry Womack took the responsibilities as president of the body of adventurers. After having been so
closely knit together for almost six years, some of the company now became recognizable because of certain traits.
For instance, the friendliest boy and girl were Jimmy Randalls and Nancy Sledge, wittiest, Kenny Murphy and Gail
Hethcote, cutest, Frank Barnes and Lucille Woosley, and most bashful, Tony Earp and Lucille Wilson. Ronnie Webb
and Tiny Graves received the honor of being chosen the best citizens among the camp.
Linda Glennon and Tiny Graves earned their positions as editors of the "Polaris" which recorded the high-
lights of the last year of the trip. One occurrence mentioned in the book was that of the Senior Ball where Jackie
Raines and Paul Stewart were crowned Miss North high and Bachelor of Ugliness.
Other festivities of the year included the Junior-Senior dinner-dance and, on the more serious side, Baccal-
Now here we are, only seventy-five strong, but actually many times stronger than we were six years ago
when the iourney began. We have reached the great fork in the road where each will make his choice and"raise"
his cabin on the land he sites. The closing farewell speeches made by Margaret Richardson and Nancy Green, who
had beenlco-editors of the "North Star," put a lump in the throats of the frontiersmen and tears in their eyes.
We have explored and discovered, sought and found, triumphed and sorrowed, fought and won. With these
consolations in mind each settler clutches tightly the parchment that stakes his claim to the future and silently strolls
NANCY GREEN, Historian
MRS. EDNA WEIDEMANN ...... .............. F aculfy Adviser
MISS ETHEL FRIEDMAN ...... .... F oculfy Adviser Mfzf'
MRS. MARGARET GRAY ..... ................ .............. F o cully Adviser
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
BYRNS BONER ...... ...... P residenf
JACKIE RAINES ..... .......... V ice Presidenf
NANCY VANATTA ..... .... S ecrefary and Treasurer 5
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Jr. High Basketball '53, Citizenship Club '53, '54, Vice-President
Homeroom '53, Tennis Team '54, Senior Activity Club '56, Boy Most
Likely to Succeed '56.
ATWOOD, GLORIA DEAN
Transferred from Illinois '53, Senior Girls' Athletic Club '54, '55, '56,
Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Music Festival '54, '55, Secretary
Homeroom '55, Most Dignified Girl '56.
Citizenship Club '53, '54, '55, '56, Newspaper Club '53, Senior High
Vice-President Homeroom '53, '54, Secretary-Treasurer Homeroom
'55, Junior High Basketball '53, Junior High Softball '53, Junior High
Track '53, Varsity Football '53, '54, '55, Junior Christian Bowl '53,
Senior Track Team '56, Letter Club '53, '54, '55, '56, Vice-President
'56, Opportunity Club '53, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Cutest
BLAIR, JERRY WAYNE
Tumbling Club '53, '54, Basketball '54, '55, Varsity Football '55,
Letter Club '55, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Boy's Quartet '55,
Homeroom President '55, Best Looking Boy '56.
Junior High Track '53, Baseball '53, '54, '55, '56, NIL Baseball Batting
Champion '54, All-City Baseball '54, Junior High Basketball '53, Varsity
Basketball '54, '55, '56, "B" Team Football '53, Varsity Football '54,
'55, Junior Christian Bowl '53, Letter Club '53, '54, '55, '56, Fire Patrol
'54, President Homeroom '53, '54, '55, Vice-President '56, President
Junior Class '55, President Senior Class '56, Tumbling Club '54, Senior
High Chorus '54, '55, T 8- I Club '56, Most Popular Boy '56.
"B" Team Basketball '53, Baseball '54, '56, Letter Club '56, Senior
High Track '54, '55, '56, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Music Festival
Senior "Y" Teens '53, Senior Girls Athletic Club '54, '55, '56, Reading
Club '54, '55, Library Club '54, Spanish Club '54, Senior High Chorus
CARRIGAN, BILLY ROY
Junior High Chorus '53, Junior High Basketball '53, "B" Team Basket-
ball '54, Tumbling Club '53, Library Club '54, Senior High Chorus '54,
Citizenship ClJb '55, Art Club '55, Sgt.-at-Arms Homeroom '53, Senior
Activity Club '56.
Tumbling Club '53, Citizenship Club '55, Senior Activity Club '56.
COLE, ERNEST ED
"B" Team Football '54, Varsity Football '55, Track Team '53, '54,
Student Council '53, Tumbling Club '54, President '54, Airplane Club
'53, Science Club '54, Senior Activity Club '56.
Hobby Club '54, Art Club '55,
CONNELLY, ROBERT GLENN
Junior High Track '53, "B" Team Basketball '54, Vice-President Home-
room '53, Safety Club '53, '54, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Senior
Activity Club '56, Polaris Staff '56.
CUNNINGHAM, JO ANN
President Homeroom '53, Secretary '54, Art Club '53, Drama Club
'53, '54, '55, Honor Society '55, '56, Senior Activity Club '56, Senior
High Chorus '56, Polaris Staff '56.
DOZIER, DONALD PAUL
Fire Patrol '53, '54, '55, Secretary Homeroom '54, '56, Vice-President
'55, "B" Team Football '53, Varsity Football '55, Senior High Chorus
'54, '55, '56, Drama Club '56, Newspaper Club '56, Polaris Staff '56.
Senior "Y" Teens '53, T 8. l Club '54, '55, '56, Secretary '56.
Student Council '53, Band '53, '54, Band Club '53, Vice-President '53,
Citizenship Club '55, Senior Activity Club '56.
ELUOTT, JAMES ROBERT
Library Club '53, '54, Tumbling Club '55, Track Team '56.
Senior Girls' Athletic Club '54, '55, '56, Most Athletic '56.
FERGUSON, PEGGIE JEAN
Senior "Y" Teens '53, Senior Girls' Athletic Club '54, '55, '56, Senior
High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Music Festival '54, '55, Honor Society '56,
FITZGERALD, WILLIAM ETHRIDGE
Tumbling Club '53, '55, Red Cross Club '54, Track Team '54, '55,
Drama Club '56, Neatest Boy '56.
Bond '53, '54, '55, '56, Band Club '53, '54, '55, '56, President '54,
Football '54, '55, Golf Team '54, Senior Activity Club '56.
FRAZIER, BETTY SUE
Band Queen Candidate '53, '54, '55, Junior High Chorus '53, Library
Club '54, Senior Girls Athletic Club '54, '55, '56, Senior High Chorus
'54, '55, '56, Music Festival '54, 55, Attendant Junior-Senior Prom Queen
Vice-President Homeroom '53, Secretary Homeroom '54, Vice-President
Homeroom '55, Opportunity Club '53, Tumbling Club '53, "B" Team
Football '53, Varsity Football '54, '55, Senior High Chorus '54, '55,
Track Team '56, Baseball '56, Letter Club '55, '56.
GLENNON, LINDA MARIE
Junior High Chorus '53, Secretary-Treasurer Homeroom '54, '55, '56,
Senior Girls Athletic Club '54, '55, '56, Secretary-Treasurer '54, '56,
Student Council '55, '56, Senior High Chorus '55, Girl With Best School
Spirit '56, Polaris Editor '56.
Junior High Basketball '53, "B" Team Basketball '54, Varsity Basket-
ball '55, "B" Team Football '54, Junior High Softball '53, Varsity Base-
ball '54, '55, '56, Citizenship Club '56, Senior High Chorus '54, '55.
GRAVES, CAROLYN WILHELMINA
Drama Club '53, Newspaper Club '53, '54, '55, North Star '53, '54,
'55, Citizenship Club '54, '55, Secretary '55, Intramurals '54, '55, Senior
High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Music Festival '54, '55, Honor Society '55, '56,
Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class '55, Student Council '56, Senior
Activity Club '56, Attendant Miss North High '56, Neatest Girl '56,
Co-Editor Polaris '56, D. A. R. Medalist '56.
GREEN, NANCY CAROLYN
President Homeroom '53, Junior High Cheerleader '53, Band '53, '54,
'55, Newspaper Club '53, '54, '55, '56, Associate Editor North Star '54,
'55, Co-Editor North Star '56, Tennis Team '53, '54, '55, '56, Drama Club
'54, Treasurer '54, Band Queen Runner-Up '54, Delegate to Boy-Girl
County Day '54, National Forensic League '54, Senior High Chorus '54,
'55, '56, Letter Club '55, '56, Secretary '55, Representative Girls' State
'55, Honor Society '55, '56, Vice-President Fall, '55 President Spring
'56, Most Ambitious Girl '56, Attendant Miss North High '56, Polaris
Staff '56, Salutatorian '56.
Secretary-Treasurer Homeroom '53, "B" Team Basketball '53, Varsity
Football '53, '54, '55, Junior Christian Bowl '53, Opportunity Club '53,
Citizenship Club '54, Letter Club '55, '56, Best All-Round Boy '56.
GROVE, BETTY ANNE
Senior "Y" Teens '53, Citizenship Club '54, '55, Senior Girls' Athletic
Club '55, '56, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56,
HETHCOTE, VIRGINIA GAIL
Band '53, Drama Club '53, Transferred from West '55, Senior Girls'
Athletic Club '55, '56, Senior High Chorus '55, '56, Music Festival, 55',
'56, Secretary Homeroom '56, Student Council '56, Senior Activity Club
'56, Wittiest Girl '56, Polaris Staff '56.
Library Staff '53, Reading Club '53, Junior "Y" Teens '53, Art Club
'54, Senior Girls Athletic Club '54, '55, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56,
Music Festival '54, '55, Office Staff '54, '55, '56, Newspaper Club '55,
'56, Senior Activity Club '56, Honor Society '55, '56, Polaris Staff '56.
HOOPER, MARY GWENDOLYN
Art Club '54, Junior High Girls' Softball '53, Senior Girls' Athletic Club
'54, '55, '56,
Citizenship Club '53, '54, '55, President '55, Senior Activity Club '56,
Senior High Chorus '56.
HUNT, ALBERT L.
Library Club '52, Transferred from East '53, Tumbling Club '54, '55,
Cheerleader Fall '55, Senior Activity Club '56.
Transferred from Central '54, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Music
Festival '54, '55, Student Council '54, '55, '56, Senior Girls' Athletic
Club '54, '55, '56, Honor Society '55, '56, Senior Activity Club '56,
Polaris Staff '56.
JAKES, DOROTHY JUNE
Senior Girls' Athletic Club '54, '55, '56, Art Club '54.
KNOWIS, BETTY ANNE
President Homerocm '53, '55, Secretary-Treasurer Junior High Chorus
'53, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Music Festival '54, '55, All'State
Chorus '54,' 55, Student Council '54, '55, '56, Parlimentarian '56, Delegate
to SASC '54, Senior Girls' Athletic Club '54, '55, Honor Society '55, '56,
Courtesy Queen '55, Best Looking Girl '56, Polaris Staff '56.
Senior "Y" Teens '53, Citizenship Club '54, Senior Girls' Athletic Club
'55, '56, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Music Festival '55.
President Homeroom '52, President Operators' Club '52, Citizenship
Club '54, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, All-State Chorus '55, Music
Festival '54, '55, '56, Senior Activity Club '56.
1 s. I Club '55, '56.
President Hobby Club '53, Nature Study Club '53, Senior Activity Club
Fire Patrol '53, '54, '55, Captain '55, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56.
President Homeroom '53, '54, '55, "B" Team Basketball '53, Varsity
Basketball '54, '55, '56, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Fire Patrol
'53, Citizenship Club '54, Senior Activity Club '56, Wittiest Boy '56.
MUSGROVE, CH ESLEY WAYNE
"B" Team Football '53, Tumbling Club '53, Red Cross Club '54, Senior
High Chorus '55, Citizenship Club '55.
Nature Study Club '53, Projector Club '54, Art Club '55, Football
Manager '55, Letter Club '56.
NEAL, PERRY WOODARD
Student Council '53, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, "B" Team Football
'54, Varsity Football '55, Senior Activity Club '56, Citizenship Club '54,.
Band '53, '54, '55, Band Club '53, Citizenship Club '55, "B" Team
Football '54, Varsity Football '55, Baseball '55, Letter Club '55, '56.
Secretary Homeroom '53, Senior Girl's Athletic Club '53, '54, '55, '56,
Student Council '55, Library Staff '53, '54, '55, '56, Senior High Chorus
'54, '55, '56, Drama Club '54.
PARMAN, HARRY GRANT
President Homeroom '53, Citizenship Club '53.
PHILLIPS, JAMES EDWARD
Band '53, '54, '55, '56, All-City '53, '54, Newspaper Club '53, '54
'55, '56, North Star Staff '53, '54, '55, '56, Student Council '53, '54
Golf Team '53, '54, '55, '56, Letter Club '54, '55, '56, Drama Club '53
'54, '55, '56, Polaris Staff '56.
PIGG, JAMES ARLIN
Safety Club '53, Band '53, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, All-State
Chorus '55, Music Festival '54, '55.
PYLES, JOE DON
"B" Team Football '53, Varsity Football '54, '55, Junior Christian
Bowl '53, Co-Captain Football '55, Varsity Track '53, '54, '55, Science
Club '53, Letter Club '55, '56, President '55.
President Homeroom '53, '54, Vice-President '55, '56, Junior High
Cheerleader '53, Senior High Cheerleader '54, '55, '56, Co-Captain '55,
Captain '56, Glee Club '53, Senior Girls' Athletic Club '54, '55, '56,
Prom Queen '55, Vice-President Junior Class '55 Se' Cl '56-
, mor oss ,
Attendant Football Queen '55, Most Popular Girl '56, Letter Club '55,
'56, Miss North High, '56.
RAMER, ROMA JEAN
Student Council '53, Band '53, '54, '55, Maiorette '54, '55, Senior
Girls' Athletic Club '54, '55, Junior Girls Athletic Club '53, Office Staff
'53, Alternate Cheerleader '55, Tennis Team '53, '54, '55, Letter Club
'54, '55, '56, T 8. I Club '56.
Vice-President Homeroom '54, Junior High Softball '53, Junior High
Track '53, Junior High Basketball '53, "B" Team Basketball '54, '55,
Varsity Basketball '56, "B" Team Football '53, '54, Varsity '54, '55,
Tennis Team '54, '55, Baseball '56, Newspaper Club '55, '56, North
Star Staff '55, '56, Letter Club '55, '56, Senior High Chorus '54, '55,
'56, All-State Chorus '55, '56, Music Festival '54, '55, Friendliest Boy '56.
RICHARDSON, MARGARET ETTA
Band '53, '54, '55, '56, Student Council '53, '54, Secretary '54, Drama
Club '53, '54, '55, '56, Secretary '53, Plays '53, '54, '55, '56, Tennis
Team '54, '56, Letter Club '54, '55, Newspaper Club '54, '55, '56,
Associate Editor North Star '54, '55, Co-Editor '56, Honor Society '55, '56,
President Fall '55, Girl Most Likely To Succeed '56, Polaris Staff '56,
Valedictorian '56, Scholarship Medalist '56.
RUSSELL, DONALD RAY
Citizenship Club '53, Safety Club '54, Senior Activity Club '56, Varsity
Secretary Homeroom '53, Proiector Club '53, '54, '55, Varsity Football
55, 'B" Team Basketball '54, Varsity Basketball '54, '55, '56, Baseball
55, '56, Letter Club '55, '56, Most Athletic Boy '56.
Tumbling Club '53, Library Club '54, Art Club '55, '56.
"B" Team Football '52, Varsity '53, "B" Team Basketball '53, Varsity
'54, '55, '56, Fire Patrol '54, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Senior
Activity Club '56.
Secretary Homeroom '53, Drama Club '53, '54, '55, Student Council
'56, Senior High Chorus '56, Senior Activity Club '56, Friendliest Girl '56,
Polaris Staff '56.
Varsity Football '52, 53, '54, '55, Junior Christian Bowl '53, All-City
'55, Co-Captain '55, Junior High Chorus '53, Senior High Chorus '54, '55,
Junior High Basketball '53, Junior High Track '53, Golf Team '54, '55,
'56, Letter Club '53, '54, '55, '56, President Homeroom '53, '55, Bach-
elor of Ugliness '56, T 81 I Club '56.
THOMPSON, JO ANN
Junior Red Cross '53, '54, '55, President '54, Senior Girls' Athletic
"B" Team Football '53, Art Club '55.
TOMLIN, MARY EVELYN
Treasurer Homeroom '53, Senior "Y" Teens '53, Senior Girls' Athletic
Club '54, '55, Student Council '54, '55, '56, Senior High Chorus '54, '55,
'56, Music Festival '54, '55, All-State Chorus '55, Honor Society Fall '54,
'56, Senior Activity Club '56, Polaris Staff '56.
VANATTA, NANCY RAY
Art Club '53, Secretary-Treasurer Homeroom '53, '54, Junior Girls'
Athletic Club '54, Student Council '54, '55, '56, Secretary '56, Drama
Club '54, Attendant Football Queen '54, Football Queen '55, Senior
High Chorus '55, '56, Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class '56, Honor Society
'55, '56, Treasurer '56, Senior High Cheerleader '56, Best All-Round
Girl '56, Polaris Staff '56.
Senior Girls' Athletic Club '53, '54, '55, Student Council '54, '55,
Treasurer Homeroom '53.
WARREN, J. C.
President Homeroom '53, '54, Junior High Softball '53, Junior High
Track '53, "B" Team Football '53, Varsity '53, '54, '55, Junior Christian
Bowl '53, Hobby Club '53, Dragnet Club '54, Letter Club '55, '56.
Tumbling Club '54, Hobby Club '55, Art Club '56.
WATSON, MARTHA SUE
Junior High Chorus '53, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, Treasurer Home-
room '53, '54, Secretary '55, Senior Girls' Athletic Club '54, '55, '56.
WEBB, PAUL RONALD
North Star Club '53, '54, '55, '56, Honor Society '55, '56, Vice-Presi-
dent Spring '56, Citizenship Club '53, '54, Nature Study Club '53, Most
Studious Boy '56, Civitan Medalist '56.
Reading Club '53, '54, '55, Library Staff '53, '54, '55, '56, Senior
Girls' Athletic Club '55, '56, Band '53, Honor Society '55, '56, Most
Bashful Girl '56, Polaris Staff '56.
Tumbling Club '53, '54, '55, Senior Activity Club '56, Senior High
Chorus '55, '56.
Student Council '53, '54, '55, '56, Newspaper Club '53, '54, '55,
Band '56, Pep Band '56, Band Club '56, Drama Club '55,'Plays '55,
Civitan Show '55, '56, Solo Ensemble '56, Citizenship Club '55, '56,
Vice-President "55, Senior High Chorus '54, '55, '56, Music Festival '54,
'55, 56, All-State Chorus '55, '56, School Quartet '55, President Student
Junior Red Cross '53, Reading Club '53, '54, '55, Honor Society '55,
'56, Senior Girls' Athletic Club '55, '56, Cutest Girl '56.
Have we, as the Class of '56, been suf-
ficiently "over-awed" even by the "mighty
name" of SENIOR?
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CLASS PROPHECY of '56
lt has been nearly three days since we have slept. For six long years we have blzaed this wilder-
ness through hardships and triumphs. The iourney has ended and we have now turned our separate
ways. Back at the Settlement of Seniors I have discovered what road each has taken.
This morning on my way to the village store to pick up a few provisions, I chanced upon Byrns Boner
in an open field training for the coming baseball season. As we chatted, I learned that Bobby Connelly
and wife, the former Gail Hethcote, were now settled in their new cabin on Carter's Creek, named for
Howard Carter, prominent politician of the area.
Approaching the clearing, I saw the General Store, on the outside of which hung a sign, "Ronald R.
Morgan, Proprietor." Pulling up to the hitching post was Woodard Neal, owner of Woodard's Worm
Ranch, bringing IOO quarts of his special Red Wrigglers for Mr. Morgan to help him sell. On entering the
store I spied Mrs. Charlie Schroeder lformer Peggy Hinesl and Mrs. Jerry Marsh iformer Nancy Vanattai
purchasing bolts of gingham for children's school clothes. Salesladies Wanda Cantrell and June .lakes
were doing their best to sell the striped piece.
Paul Stewart, another customer, was purchasing fishing hooks and bait in preparation for a weekend
fishing trip to White's Creek. Paul informed me that Margaret Richardson was the new "schoolmarm"
at Parman grade school, named in honor of Harry Parman, lawyer, scholar, and chemist, living near-by.
As I was weighing up some gunpowder, in strolled newsboy Jimmy Randalls with a large bundle of
"Green Gazettes," a weekly newspaper published and edited by Nancy Green. Headlined on the front
page was "Doctor Donald Russell Discovers Cure for Rare Disease." At the bottom of the page was a
story concerning a concert to be presented by debutante Jacquelin Raines, accompanied by Larry Womack
and his orchestra. Scanning the gossip column, I discovered an item about Billy Fudge and Frank Barnes,
the town's most handsome and eligible bachelors, who were honored at a recent social. Frank and Billy
were leaving for the big city.
Society news announced the wedding of Nancy Sledge and Leo Singer. Another story revealed
that Roma Ramer, famous dancer, was touring the New England states.
I laid the paper on the counter in time to catch a glimpse of the new sheriff passing by. I was told
that the townpeople had recently elected Billy Grizzle to that office and he had appointed Jerry Blair
and Donald Dozier as his deputies. In the same election Ronnie Webb had been chosen Mayorg Albert
Hunt and James Elliott senators, and James Phillips representative.
Glancing out of the window, I saw several men working on the construction of the new courthouse,
designed by architect Rodney Adair. On my way over to talk to them I ran into Mary Evelyn Tomlin, now
a nurse, and Barbara Felts, dance teacher, who had iust introduced a new waltz step to the community.
They told me that Gene Lassiter, a gold prospector, had recently employed a new secretary, Jo Ann
Cunningham, to replace Betty Anne Knowis, who had iust married. I made my way over to chat with the
workmen and found George Simpkins, Lemual Watson, and Jackie Cole sanding a huge courthouse door.
Taking time out for lunch were Dorris Myers, Jimmy Maiors, and Paul Tomlin. Oliver Follett, foreman of
the construction iob, was inspecting the carpenters' excellent work.
Across the street propped against the outside wall of the post office were two men arguing loudly
about the high price of tobacco. Coming closer, I recognized the men as James Pigg and Jimmy Golden.
They nodded hello, and I went into the post office.
My attention was drawn to a tall, blond gentleman assorting the mail. Why, it was none other than
Kenneth Murphy! After I picked up my mail, it was almost closing time, however goodhearted Kenny
stayed open long enough for Jean Earls, Dorothy Lane, Gloria Atwood, and Peggy Ferguson to mail let-
ters to their sweethearts who were fighting in Sam Houston's army somewhere in Texas.
As I stepped out of the door, a shiny, new carriage pulled up to a stop in front of Martha Watson's
Beauty Salon. Miss Faye lngraham, the driver, along with Miss Sue Frazier and Miss Linda Glennon,
stepped out. It was evident that they were preparing for the annual Cornhuskers' Ball to be held that
night. Also, two civic-minded ladies, Lucille Wilson and Lucille Woosley, could be seen rushing to Gwen-
dolyn Hooper's to pick up dresses to wear to the ball.
A rather humorous sight was that of James Cantrell, Billy Carrigan, Joe Pyles, and Ed Coles at the
end of Main Street shining their boots with soot in preparation for the affair.
The stores were beginning to close and the blacksmith shop operated by co-owners Billy Fitzgerald
and Wayne Musgrave had witnessed the shoeing of the last horse for the day. Bobby Winfrey had
closed his dry goods store, and J. C. Warren had bolted the door on the local saloon. Riding up from
their near-by farms were Randall Thompson, William Neely, and Paul McPherson, all wealthy cattlemen.
After loitering in town longer than I had planned, I returned to Morgan's General Store to saddle
my horse. Tall, lanky Robert Russell was standing in front with two girls who were in a fiery argument
over who was to get the first dance with handsome Jimmy Hunley. They compromised by flipping a coin
and Robert was to dance with the loser. They went on their way, iust as the new visiting preacher rode
up and asked the location of Carolyn Bammon's boarding house. I told him to ask Mrs. Dick McDaniels
lthe former Ann Warrenl. She would know, since she had come to the town with the first settlers. She
was coming down the street accompanied by Mrs. Buddy Traughber lformer Joyce Nipperl carrying some
tea cakes to be served at the ball.
Gee, this has indeed been an interesting day for me. I have met everyone with whom l had iour-
neyed six long years.
I hope that someday, when this diary is read by our descendants, they will remember this great little
settlement and all the wonderful people that made it. t
Well, looking out of the window I see the sun slipping over the horizon. lt tells me that I have been
writing a very long time. I wish that I could relive this day everyday, but, no matter what, the memories
of today will never be forgotten.
Davy Crockett, alias Tiny Graves
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ALVIN DUNCAN ...... ............... P resident
MISS DORIS SLONECKER ...... . . .Foculfy Adviser
LEO SINGER ....... .... V ice-Presidenf
. ' l . . l 1 l ' .Secretary ......... FCICUIIY AdVIS6'f
LYNDA ABRCMS. . ' . l . l Treasurer MRS. ESSIE VICKERS ....... .... F c1cuIIy Adviser
LYNDA ABROMS JIMMY ADCOX BARBARA ALLEN MURRAY ANDERSON HAROLD BAKER
JIMMY BALLINGER ROY BARNES MARIE BARNES BEN BASFORD CHARLES BEASLEY
PAT PIERCE PATSY PRITCHETT CATHRINE PRUITT BUFORD PUTMAN
PATRICIA F I CN PETE ROBINSON DELORES ROBNETT JOYCE ROBNETT
LOUISE SCHROEDER NANCY SCHUTT LEO SINGER ANNA SLATER GARY SPARKMAN
WAYNE TEASLEY PETE TOMLIN PEGGY TRAUGHBER NANCY TROTTER
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ln,memoricim of JIMMY SLATER, a faifhful pioneer, who
fought a losing baffle while in fhe service of his school.
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Larry says he is kinda like Davy
Crockeff. "I gave my decisions on fhe
principles of common jusfice and honesfy
befween man and man, and relied on
nafural-born sense, and not on law learn-
ing fo guide me."
CALVIN DUNCAN ANNA SLATER
Vice-Presidenf Secrelary and Treasurer
BETTY ELAM ...... . .
BETTY KNOWIS. . . ..
MISS HAGEY .....
ALVIN DUNCAN. .
MRS. VICKERS ....
. . . . Chaplin
. . . .Secretary
. . . . President
. . . . Vice,-Pres.
. . . . . Treasurer
. . Sgt.-at-Arms
First Raw: Gail Hethcote, Linda Glennon, Faye lngraham, Nancy Vanatta, Charles Meyer, Betty Elam, Alvin Duncan, Rosa Fried'
mann, Nancy Trotter, Anna Slater, Tiny Graves, Nancy Sledge. Second Row: Norma Barnes, Sue Frazier, Doris Gann, Nancy Owens,
Judy Partain, Lorene Perry, Shirley Greer, Janie Harris, Betty Farmer, Margaret Brown, Patricia Forsythe. Third Row: Faye Burton,
Judy Stinnett, Connie Clark, Judy Odom, Catherine Meyer, Peggy Nix, Peggy Bass, Lynda Abrams, Gwen Partain, Patsy Hooper,
Gloria Manners. Fourth Row: Elizabeth Rilling, Jo Ann Cunningham, Mary Evelyn Tomlin, Betty Knowis, Carolyn Morris, Marie Cart-
wright, India Davis, Hettie Jane Webb, Edith Buchli, Barbara Uhlian, Anne Siegenthaler. Filth Row: James King, Wayne Traughber,
Burton Smith, Jerry Womack, Jimmy Ballinger, Larry Womack, Don McKennon, Frank Duty, Marvin Cartwright, Roy Fells.
JIMMY MILOM ....
Y CONNIE CLARK. ..
SANDRA WYATT ....
PATSY COOMER.. . . .
BONNIE HUDGENS ....
LLOYD WEBB ...............
. . . . librarian
. . Publicify
. . Vice.-Pres.
. . . . President
Firsf Row: palsy Medley, Roy Richardson, Judy Link, Joyce Anderson, Faye Farmer, Pam Oglesby, Darlene Clark, Thula Hamp'
lon, Marie Carney, Jimmy Milom, Gary Sparkman. Second Row: Katherine Regg, Connie Howard, Martha Foreil, Becky Hale, Connie
Clark, Barbara Manners, Tommy Douglas, Forresfine Winfrey, Joyce Harrison, Tootie Mayo, Margaref Richardson, Oliver Follett,
Judy Odom. Third Row: Mr. Webb-Band Director, Bonnie Huc'ge1s, Gerald Allen, Jeffrey Graves, James Hamsley, Rich :rd Craig,
Bobby McKay, Jerry Link, Robert Friezlmann, Rebecca Dews, Evelyn Waggoner, Shirley Johnson, Linda Cook, Charles Dqnlap, Kenneth
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First Row: Minnie Sullivan, Janet Roberts, Wilma Coss, Lillian Earls, Faye lngraham, Lorene Perry, Barbara Dews, Connie Clark,
Judy Odom, Palsy Medley, Mary Evelyn Tomlin. Second Row: Nancy Troller, Peggy Traughber, Lois Jackson, Gwen Parfain, Hazel
Malthews, Shirley Greer, Janie Harris, Rosa Friedmann, Nancy Green. Third Row: Belle Kaylor, Peggie Earls, Betlye Farmer, Mar-
garet Brown, Rachel McGrady, Peggy Murphy, Marie Barnes, Carolyn Graves. Fourlh Row: Frank Barnes, Bobby Poole, Donald
Dozier, Roy Fells. Fiflh Row: Randall Gilbert, Kenneth Murphy, Bobby Connelly, Larry Womack, Charles Beasley.
PATSY COOMER. . . .... Pianist
First Row: Betty Knowis, Peggy Ferguson, Gloria Atwood, Martha Weaver, Elizabeth Rilling, Barbara Uhlian, Norma Barnes,
Faye Youree, Peggy Nix, Vivian Brewer, Helen Baker. Second Row: Carolyn Bammon, Nancy Schutt, Belty Hand, Betty Elum, Jo
Ann Cunningham, Gail Hethcote, Nancy Vanatta, Doris Smithson, India Davis, Patsy Pritchett, Marie Grove, Sylvia Bell. Third Row:
Linda Glennon, Peggy Hines, Jackie Raines, Joyce Bass, Edith Buchli, Cecilia Vaughn, Betty Morgan, Wanda Cantrell, Joyce Hale,
Joyce Russell, Catherine Tomes. Fourth Row: Alfred Raines, Jimmy Hunley, Billy Grizzle, Leo Singer, Joe Moore. Fifth Row: Richard
Canaday, Bobby Winfrey, James Pigg, Jerry Blair, Gene Lassiter, Macon Smith.
MR. LLOYD P. WEBB ....... Faculty Adviser
BETTY McCLURE ...... ....... P resident
JAMES HAMSLEY . . . . . . Vice-President
BEVERLY HALL .... .... S ecretary
LOIS EDGING .... .... T reasurer
First Raw: Catherine Regg, Connie Howard, Lois Edging, Beverly Hall, James Hamsley, Betty McClure, Rebecca Dews, Billy Fitz-
gerald. Second Row: Alice Mayo, Joyce Harrison, Peggy Boner, Marie Winfrey, Hazel Mathews, Carol Forte, Carolyn Duty, Marie
Carney, Lindy McCrady. Third Row: Janette Gibson, Shirley Johnson, Evelyn Waggoner, Judy Link, Elizabeth Harris, Faye Farmer,
Sandra Wyatt, Patsy Comer, Joyce Anderson. Fourth Row: Becky Hale, Thula Hampton, Gerald Allen, Wilburn Jones, Larry Womack,
Frank Duty, Roy Richardson, Martha Foreit, Linda Putman. Fifth Row: Ronald Sparkman, Kenny Smith, Bobby Jones, Richard Craig,
Tommy Douglas, David Murray, Robert Friedman, Mr. Lloyd Webb, Albert Kestner, Jerry Link, Bobby McKay, James Overxtreet,
NORMA HAYNIE ........
LEO SINGER ....
ANNA SLATER ....
NANCY TROTTER ....
MRS. E. B. JACKSON ......
. . . . Treasurer
. . . . President
. . . . Secretary
. Faculty Adviser
First Row: John Coles, James Golden, Ralph McFarlin, Don McKennon, Joe Moore, Robert Runnells, Jackie Mayo. Second Row:
Norma Haynie, Leo Singer, Anna Slater, Nancy Trotter. Third Row: Norma Dowell, Bettye Carver, Shirley Gill, Rachel McGrady,
Darlene Clark, Helen Binkley, Barbara Dews, Shirley Walling, Nancy Schutt, Carolyn Bammon, Jo Ann Reynolds, Marie McKee, Peggy
Coles. Fourth Row: Richard Canaday, Bobby Putman, Ronald Clemmons, Earl Young, Larry Jones, James Gunn, Isaac Mills, Wayne
Musgrave, Lewis Dickens, Paul Gaebler, Bobby Poole, Randall Gilbert.
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Lynda Abroms Charles Meyer Miss Doris B. MUVY EVelY"' Tomlin
Secrelary Treasurer Slonecker Lucille Woosley
Sponsor Connie Clark
Mrs. Edylhe Connelly Gloria Atwood Jo Ann Cunningham Cclhefine FCYQUSON
Sponsor Janie Harris
Peggy Ferguson Carolyn Graves Peggy Hines Rachel MCG'adY
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Bonnie Hudgens Donald Dozier
Faye Burton Eleanor Cavender
James Phillips Wilma Poole
Mary Etheridge Gary Sparkman James King
Treasurer Program Chairman Sergeant-at-Arms
Wilma Coss Lillian Earls Jerry Jernigan
Margaret Linda Pettit
Richardson Donald Russell Mary Evelyn Tomlin
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we of holding the two highest. averages of 95.16
lr cent. respectively, for three consecutive teriu-3
is spring term, Margaret Richardson and Nancy
Mow, , " A ,wo ' ' - 1 , . -ekwps' . . . Keane 'wagon elwer the valedxctory and the salutatory ld-
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55,011+ 'Aww . . ' ' ' mug. . ' loromf, ' . ,IMA Home Ridge, be daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Richardson
wb Ed' A CGW 060 A I. Ymes. 9h6'f ef, A--L A 'X-L J' - M-f'--'H lo: 1321 simenw Avenue. Nm-th,
C lures un em, U D , , - ' ' - ' ' VBQQY A Y MON to Smg ', , has been an hunor student. through-
Fco Ywdg - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' O1-le ' CXO m her school life.
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fldlldf G ,, vi Texmeafz tary and personal rlixm-t.f-r
hmnlhglml . lndustry clubs liwldl ebb and Roger
lb' Gfffvlll 1 .M nigh school. partner nt.
flwwilf. MP1 A., Ilwtiriparmts were
WMS' EWIYV' 'lv W"Nl- vxtilmnpvraneous het
Nlxncy Vnnal , hucille W'll:m11,imgy, gyplngi and
md Lucille Wouslvy, img, Dan, only
Junior mc-mbers arc- Lyndal
Kbmms, Bon Rrxrrfnv-al, lmno
Donnie Clark, Alvin
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lads 109. and
Iubara Tidwell, 215.
Ninth grade students made six
f the 18 all Ns made in the jun-
sr hlgh. They are Ellen Majors,
llltle Owens, 207: Sandra Wyatt,
'ltly Coumer, Rebecca Down, and
albay Graves, 209.
hide Grade Leads
'IM eighth grade led the school
rith nine honor stndeuls. They are
any Bums, Earl Cantrell, Mu-
hs Jenn Forelt, 120: Johnny Tune,
ladierine Begg. 118: Dun McKen-
on, 113: Elisabeth Harris, Connie
lawud, 100: and Judy Link. 213.
Three seventh honor students are
immle Dean Fltag-amid. 2125
hwy Knox, 222: and Nancy Lee
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MISS MARY FRIEL BROWN ....... . . . . . . . . ........ . . . . . . . . . . . Faculty Adviser
First Row: Patricia Warren, President, Patsy Pritchett, Vice-President, Patsy Lane, Secretary, Norma Dowell, Treasurer, Second
Row: Sara Mayo, Charles Knowles, Sylvia Mullis, Mildred Wilkerson, Lucille Wilson, Jean Teasley, Annette Mullis, Catherine Pruitt,
Jackie Meadows, Peggy Pierce. Third Row: Miss Brown, Edna Stewart, Nancy Owens, Louise Green, Margaret Nicholson, Fay Farmer.
First Row: Tommy Geldreich, Vice-President, Harold Boker, Prss'dent, Kenny Green, Secretary-Treasurer. Second Row: Jerry
Fitzgerald, Jackie Meadows, Johnny Graves, James Thomason, Mr. Smedley, Billy Pomeroy. Third Row: Leonard McGahey, Jerry
Hale, Jimmy Jones.
SENIOR GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB
MRS. VIRGINIA PEARSON ..... . . .Faculty Adviser
GWEN PARTAIN ........... . . . .... Presidenf
BETTYE ELAM ......... . . ........ Vice-Presidenf
LINDA GLENNON ..... . . . ...... Secretary Treasurer
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Coach Dickie Hayes
William Neely James Cantrell Jimmy Randalls
Peggy Murphy Marie Barnes
Charles Meyer Elizabeth Rilling Pele Robinson
Billy Grizzle Doug Hale
Roberl Russell Nancy Green Jackie Raines
Paul Stewart Byrns Boner
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First Row: Donnie Greer, Manager, Byrns Boner, Randall Gilbert, Leo Singer, Alvin Duncan, Calvin Duncan, Ed Cole, Tammy McDonald, Billy
Fudge, Frank Barnes, Jimmy Randalls, Pete Robinson, Oliver Follaett, Billy Grizzle, Jimmy Ballinger, Jerry Marsh, Raymond Murphy, Manager.
Second Row: Will Jones, Ronnie Clemmons, Charles Myers, Douglas Hale, Jerry Blair, Larry Jones, Robert Russell, Buford Putman, Harold Johnson,
Paul Stewart, Donald Dozier, J. C. Warren, Douglas Jones, Bobby Putman, William Neely, Aubrey Kinningham, Leonard Forte, Dorris Meyers,
Manager. Not present when picture was made: Joe Pyles, Woodard Neal.
North 7 Donelson 7
North 33 East 7
North 6 Franklin 26
North l 4 Goodlettsville 7
North 7 Jackson North Side 34
North 33 Bellevue 6
NOI'll1 7 Cumberland l 4
North 20 Manchester 6
North O T. P. S. I4
North 7 Hillsboro 20
WON 4 LOST 5 TIED 1
VARSITY BASKETB LL
First Row: Byrns Boner. Second Row: Aubrey Reed, Jerry Marsh, Alvin Duncan, Doug Hale, Robert Russell, Bobby Putman, Jimmy
"B" TE M BA KETBALL
First Row: Leo Singer, Jimmy Ballinger, Aubrey Kinningham. Second Row: Wilburn Jones, Bobby Poole, Leonard Forte, Randall
Gilbert, Charles Minion. Third Row: Charles Meyer, Hollis Fisher, Buford Putman, Aubrey Norris, Coach Hendricks Fox.
JU IOR HIGH BA KETBALL
First Row: Robert Link, J. D. Whitehead, Jerry Womack, Kenneth Green, Jimmy Bishop. Second Raw: Jeffrey Graves, Leonard
Forte, Charles Golden, Johnny Tune, Aubrey Norris. Third Row: Billy Whitaker, Earl Duty, Wayne Russell, Jerry Barnes, David Snider
Donnie Norris. Fourth Row: Coach McCord.
First Row: Louis Catignani, Aubrey Reed, Jimmy Smith, William Neely, James Golden, Pete Robinson, Dale Garrett. Second
Row: Coach McCord, Jerry Blair, Jerry Marsh, Jackie Hardin, Doug Hale, Robert Russell, G, W. Edging, Bill Liddle, Manager.
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For that Noonday Meal
THE BEST FOOD IN TOWN
KEMP'S ECONOMY MARKET
1729 Fifth Avenue, North
Phone AL 5-9377
401 Monroe Phone AL 5-9350 Free De'iVe"Y
TENNESSEE TUFTING COMPANY
330 Fifth Avenue 2404 Heiman Street
New York, New York Nashville, Tennessee
Mats and Lid Covers
TIP TOP DRIVE-IN
Ninth and Clay
With a Smile
Phone CH 2-9559
Phone Your Order in
Drop by and It will
We Specialize in Real Pit Bar-B-Q
Steaks Country Ham Southern Fried Chicken
Best of Charles Resha
GrAde Sandwiches and Salads Manager
Best Wishes for the Class of '56
FRlEDMANN'S GRADE "A" CAFE
l8Ol Fifth Avenue, North
Phone AL 5-9290
FRED FRIEDMANN WILHELMINA FRIEDMANN MRS. R. A. FRIEDMANN
SCHOOL MOTHERS' PATROL
MAYOR BEN WEST
Lt. W. A. McDaniel .................. ..... D irector
Mrs. Mildred E. Blackwell ..... ..... S upervisor
Mrs. Gladys Putman Mrs. Richard Hicks
Mrs. Gladys Overby
Mrs. Edna Oglesby
Mrs. Cassie Warren
Mrs. Elizabeth Russell
Mrs. Margaret Walling
X Mrs. June Dunn
Be prepared for hospitality
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COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS
JONES PHARMACY COLES 8. WALLER
1403 Buchanan Street Jewelers
519 Union Street
Cara Nome Cosmetics
L. G. Balfour Company
Reliable Prescription Service Your Class Ring Jewelers and Stationers
"For those Who Care For"
CLEAR-VISION T. V.
Service and Installation
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CH 2-0100 ,L - 9" 1233 5th Ave. N.-Nashville
AL 6-7818 Q5 1 ,. R. T. Kimbreu
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Wheel Chairs Hospital Beds Oxygen Tents
For Sale or Rent
Complete line of Sick Room Supplies
County Wide Free Delivery
2l9 Public Square I8l3 Hillsboro Road
708 Church Street 2614 Gallatin Road
2800 West End I9I I Church Street
Charge Accounts Invited
Compliments of Compliments of
MIDDLEITENNESSEE ROOFING CO. HERMITAGE FINE FOODS
, AND COFFEE
Houston Pewett, owner.
FRED B. CASSETTY COAL COMPANY
Complete Heating Service
Coal ' Furnaces
816 Fourth Avenue, North
Phone AL 5-2714
JOHN G. MILLER C .
308W Fifth Avenue, North
Nashville, Tenn. of
DUTY PRINTING COMPANY
Everything for the Musician
Getzen Trumpets, Cornets, Trombones
Martin Freres Clarinets Phone AL 6-5851
compnmems NEELY Bkos. co.
of Auto 8. Truck Repair
SPURLOCK 81 CARTER COMPANY
1904 Tenth Avenue, North
1300 Third Avenue, North
Phone AL 4-7504 AL 6-5056 and AL 6-6212
Meet the Gang
WINTER'S DRUG STORE , Ili'
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Tenth and Buchanan Phone AL 6-6929
'NASHVILLE GAS CO.
It Pays to Use
KNOX PULVERIZED FERTILIZ
There is a Brand Made Especially for Each Crop
' See Our Dealer
KNOXVILLE FERTILIZER COMPANY
J. A. COLES PLUMBING CO.
COLUMBIA NEON COMPANY
Thomas W. Knowis
Get the BEST .... Get
lc E C R E JONES BROS. HARDWARE
Union Ice Cream Co. phone AL 6,3912
Broad at Twelfth Phone AL 5-3151
NORTH END MARKET
DRAMATIC AND FORENSIC CLUB
i828 Fourth Avenue, North OFFICERS
Bonnie Hudgins .............. ....... P resident
Meals Vegelubles Grocenes Donald Dozier .... ..... V ice President
Lynda Abroms ..... ....... S ecretary
Free Delivery Phgne AL5-9I52 Judy Stinnett .... ......... T reasurer
James King ..... .... S ergeant-at-Arms
Patsy Medley. . . . . .... Program Chairman
NEWKIRK'S ROADSIDE MARKET
9th at Clay on U. S. 41 Compliments
Fruits, cakes, candy, cold drinks, Icecream, Big
Snow, Candy Apples, Popcorn, Peanuts, Dry
Cold Melons not soaked in dirty water.
Open Nights and Sunday-
closed Friday sundown through Saturday sundown
SENIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
JEAN SARDOU PORTRAITS
record all the important events in your life
E Your Official Photographer
Jean Sardou Studio
AN- L0 Co.
HANK HOWARD'S GROCERY
Where You Get The Best
1700 Fifth Avenue, North
Phone AL 5-9440
NORTH END SERVICE STATION
Lubrication Accessories ROAD SERVICE
Phone AL 5-9674 T. D. Bauman, Owner
1201 Buchanan St.
Get Your School Supplies at
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
llOl Buchanan Phone AL 5-9661 1 I
I402V2 Buchanan Street
Phone AL 6-9693
Proprietor: Mrs. L. F. FOX
J. DUDLEY AARON
Councilman Main Office Branch Office
15, Word No. 5 Hermitage Ave. 605 Monroe St.
Ist District Phone AL 6-0516 Phone AL 5-8710
cruus me wAooN Pi, Bar-B-Q
809 M0n"0e 51- Open 5:00 Close 8:30
1808 18th Avenue, North
BILL'S BARBER SHOP
12th and Clay
CARLISLE DRUG STORE
Corner Fifth and Monroe
Sick Room Supplies Pharmaceuticals
Fast Free Delivery
Complimems BILL'S PLACE
12th Ave., No. at Buchanan St.
SCHWARTZ DEPT' STORE Sandwiches Short Orders
5th and Monroe Phone AL 6-6316 Heinz Soups Cold Drinks
AL 5-9453 Ice Cream
SHIVERS SHOE SHOP
NORTH SIDES PARTS CO.
1017 Fifth Avenue, North
Nashville 8, Tenn.
2101 14th Avenue, North
Phone AL 5-2370 Free Delivery
Meats and Vegetables
NASHVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
1001 Monroe St. NORTH BRANCH Phone AL 5-5263
For Adults-Fiction and Non-fiction
Interesting Titles for Teen-Agers
Picture Books and Easy Books for Children
Television Record s
MORGAN AUTO PARTS
Used Cars and Auto parts
2203 Buchanan St.
Phone AL 6-9769
1231 2nd Avenue, N.
Ninth and Clay Street
Groceries and Fresh Meats
Get School Supplies
Phone AL 4-6548
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Reliable Prescription Service
Corner Ninth and Cheatham
Sick Room Supplies, Pharmaceuticals
Fast Free Delivery
HYMAN M. COHEN
Phone CH 2-O91 1
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Millinery
1401 Buchanan St.
WlLLlAM'S ESSO SERVICENTER
18th and Clay St.
Phone AL 6-9152 A. A. A. Service
SPANN'S 5c AND 10c STORES
1715 Clarksville Hi-Way
Murfreesboro Rd. at Thompson Lane
L. O. Burroughs Bobby Burroughs
"Say it with flowers" .
Weddings, Funerals, Corsages
4708 Charlotte Avenue
Phones: Day CY 7-5155
Night CY 2-7841
The worst of everything to the Class of '57 Compliments of
"Duck" DOZIER CENTRAL CAFE
1821 Buchanan Street
Phone AL 5-9389
"lf lt's Beautiful-
-Pick Designed lt"
MANNlNG'S BARBER SHOP
601 Monroe Street
L. M. OSBORNE
316 Fifth Avenue, North
Dealer In Phone CY 7-2557 Licensed and Insured
Capehart-General Electric-Motorola C, H, KING ROOFING COMPANY
Service on All Makes . Siding Water Proofing
Supervised by Electronic Engineer Roofing Sheet Mem'
KElTH'S RADIO 8 TELEVISION, INC. Repairs Guttering
3007 West End Avenue Phone BR 7-3103 5609 Lozier Avenue Nashville 9, Tenn.
HEMBY'S SERVICE STATION
Third and Jefferson
Phone AL 5-9782
T. 81 W. AMUSEMENT CO.
Lubrication Accessories 3104 CIUVIYSVIIIS I'Il9hWC'Y
Phone CH 2-4520
C. U. B. DRIVE-IN
Give us a dial-Watch us Smile
1017 Buchanan 5"'e' Phone AL 5-9246 We Deliver
All Types of Laundry Service G I 1901 Buchanan Slfeel F h M t
rocernes res ea s
Phone 4' I Coal Ggs
MARBUT G. GASTON REALTY CO.
921 Church Street
R. B. Wilson
WILSON'S ESSO SERVICE
2101 Church Street
A. L. JACKSON
91 1 8th Avenue, No.
REDDY BRAND PACKERS, INC.
For a Good Place to Eat '
WHITE COTTAGE RESTAURANT
1 102 3rd at Jefferson
CLARKSVILLE ROAD CONOCO
23rd Ave. No. at Clarksville Rd.
Phone CH 2-9255
THIRD AVENUE FEED COMPANY
1016 3rd Avenue North
HOLLEMAN'S ECONOMY GROCERY
1234 Fifth Avenue, North
Free Delivery Phone AL 6-9188
"Once a Purchaser Always a Customer"
617 Church Street 237 Fourth Avenue, North
Next to Loew's 2 Doors from Arcade
CENTRAL PRODUCE CO.
600 Third Avenue
' RUSSELL HAMPTON
Groceries and Fresh Meats
Phone AL 5-7619 1402 Buchanan
Printing of the Better Kind
Wedding Announcements, Cards, etc.
LINK LABEL WORKS
Rear 1220 7th Ave., No. Phone AL 6-8700
Phone CH 2-4473 Res. AL 4-8536
"Your Credit is Good at Dixie"
DIXIE NOVELTY COMPANY
If it's Auto Trouble-Call
Ready-To-Wear Esf.-.slashed 1926
Mens' Womens' 81 Childrens'
Presented By 1 130 Third Avenue, N. lol l Cheolhcm Sl'
A. N. Klotwog Nashville, Tenn. Phones AL 6-1773 CY 7-5234
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BEST OF LUCK
to my sister, Tiny Graves.
Best Wishes to the graduating class of '56.
Af3c BOBBY BLACKWEL
8th at Monroe
SHAKY AND GWEN
fthe TWO LUCY'S"
Best Wishes To The Class of '57
Class of '56
HAROLD AND MINNIE
JOHN B. MILLIRON
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Growers of Fresh Vegetables
JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS
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STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
"l am glad Mommy's through with this book."
In Memory of
LT. QSONNYQ BLAKELY
December 29, 1944
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