North Little Rock High School - Wildcat Yearbook (North Little Rock, AR)

 - Class of 1957

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i i i 7 i ff, A K lgrvnrriting ihr . 1 1552 mililmt Eehirateh tn- illiliaz illllinnir -'Hive illllaghan Through the door marked GUIDANCE COUNSE- LOR nearly ten thousand students have passed seeking advice from Miss Minnie Lee Mayhan. In her eight years at North Little Rock High School Miss Mayhan has built a guidance program so 'complete that she is known over the state for her work in counseling young people. To prepare for her walk as a guidance counselor Miss Mayhan studied at Hendrix where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree, and then did graduate work at the University of California in Berkeley and at Co- lumbia University in New York City where she earned a Master of Arts degree. Students of N.L.R.H.S. come to her every day to ask for help in planning their curriculum, in choosing the right college, or in personal matters that indirectly af- fect their school life. No one has ever hesitated to air his problems in Miss Mayhan's office, for she is for- ever sympathetic and understanding. To show our appreciation for having such an in- spiring counselor to guide us through our years in high school the Publications Staff dedicates this 1957 Wild- cat to Miss Minnie Lee Mayhan, Guidance Counselor. This is the nohlesf feather of fhenz all: For she feaches more than hoolzs and factual things. Through her wisdom and counseling we have learned 4' To lead a life fha! is 11ohle,f1dl, To multiply our talents, and To love the world as well. She is the Iiglaf hy which we're lead, for Her life is gefzfle, and fhe elemenis So 71IiX,d in her fha! N afure mighf stand up And say io all the world, 'This is a feacherl' I 1' . .3 2 Y , ,T I vnsuv-mg , ,... .-- --1 fm..-U-9-:gr E: ... Q wang 4.......- Q Q, Y- X -, .V ,IC K, .ht I - -'j 51,3 " :ij 14, , Eighltl rg' . - . ' ,-2 4 Q , , y,,, ,,....1.aum - f.....f.... .. . . 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Harvey Carolyn I I Math and Srience . . . Treasurer of Senior Class PepCats Theta Science Club Y-Teens National Honor Society Secretary, Girls State, Senior Cabinet, Student Coun- cil Representative, Math Club, un- ior Classical Leaue, Inter-Club Council, Choir, Girls' Ensemble, Tri Chem. 40 Math and Srienre . . . Vice-Presi- dent of Senior Class Student Coun- cil Representatixe Key Club Tri Chem National Honor Society un- C-'N s 1-S? Toland Billy Malh and Srzenre President of Senior Class Boys State Theta Science Club Math Club Hi Y can Crews, Cathy Secretary of Senior Class, Y-Teens President. Girls' State, Y-Teen Val- entine Maid, PepCats Historian, Na- tional Honor Society, Girls' En- semble, Choir, junior Choir Secre- tary, junior Classical League, Home Room Secretary, F.H.A. Qi no 977' Abbott Herbert ,gl QW' QR' "SY 'i""iM"' Anderson A ABBOTT HERBERT Mafia and Sczenre Ar Club Hi Y Theta Science Club Math Club Key Club ALBERSON BETTY COIIINIEIFILIZ Choir Pep Cats YTcens l HA Le Ccrcle Francais FBLA So cial Chiirman Senior Cabinet Monitor for Mr Tyler Mu slcal Varieties ALDRIDCE JOYCE ELAINE Marla umor Classical League Glee Club PepCats Choir Girls Lnscmblf. Student Council Musical Varieties ALEXANDER ALICE Commezrml Home Room Trersurer unior Red Cross Representatne Bookworms ran? mv if Alberson Betty uqy Alexander, Alice fs! Z -er K...,,.J Anderson Clyde 3 559 'Sr Arnaud Tony 36 -:X Fe' Bailey 'Y' Aldridge Joyce ,nv- """' Atwood Melvin 'Vx Anderson Tommy J'- A- 41 I BLA ANDERSON A J llllllc and Art Boys Chorus Art Club uill .md Scroll Musical Vari- eties. ANDERSON CLYDE . . . Vomfional Art: . . . Home Room Vice-President Escort for Homecoming Queen, Home Room Reporter. ANDERSON, TOMMY . . . Sofia! Stndjer. ARNAUD, TONY . . . Social Sludier . . . Home Room President, Vice-President. ATWOOD, MELVIN . . . Sofia! Sllnfief . . . Marching Band, Junior Historical Society. Junior Red Cross Representative. BAILEY, JO . . . Commerrial . . . Bookstore Monitor. BAKER, JAMES ,... S'i'ie1fii ',.. Home Room President. Stu- dent Clounril Represeiititive, Junior Cfl.mir.1l l,C.lJ1LlL', Home Room Vine-Presiilciit, BALL, LINDA , . . C.UUfU1'L'l'lj.f!. . . Clon- rert .ind M.iriliin4g ltindx, l5.1nd l.ilvr.iri.in, Curl! lfnxeinlwlc. ln' ter-Clulv Louneil Repreweiitative, lf.B,L.A, 'l4re.uurer, Bulletin Board Cill.1ll'ITl.1Il. BALLARD, DIANE . . . C'ffw1mfi'i'i,zf . . , Y- hl eens Conrert .ind Muiliing Bands. Regional Clinic B.ind. Tr.1ns- l-er from New Mexico, BANEY, DUN . . . IZQJIJQLIUY7 . . . JUINOF CQl.1ssir.1l Le.igue, Ari Cilulv, Marrliiritg Bind, Piiluliiitionx Slllnl-. BANKS. 'LEDDH '... lilmfffimi ...i 'X rt Clulw. BARNIZS, HAR- OLD L i,... SQULIJX Sffliffrjl . . . Art Cluln. Junior Historioil So- ciety. 'l'r.mxl'er from l'4f.lIll-if-Off. Gerrnxny. BARNIITT. BAR- BARA JEAN . , . BI1,l'f1ZLf',V . . . Cllioir. Girls' Emeinlwlc, Pepfms. EH.A.. Junior Red Cross Represemalive. Home Room Seeremry. Glee Club. fNlimi.il Vxrieties. BASEL. JOHNNY .... llnizu . . . Cfonrert .ind Mariliiiig B.1nds, Art Club. Publirations Smff. BASHAXY, SLE , . , C,ffwww'ri.:! . . . Pepfins. lfuture Nurses, l'.H.A., Red Crow bunsliine Ciirlsl l'.B.L,A. 5 i l Q WTS A A fi s . Uv , w 3 - xg ,,V.Q",w lv!! F Barnett, B.irb.1r.1 ef ":'.i 9 Bilney, Don ar-nu- .,-' ,.,., .'.i'0oGo.",13 Q5,.o.9 .s...5"q C x I at 1 , , ga ,'. ', ' A 1 ' 4 'lv' 5' Basel, Johnny . 0 , 1. Q. 1 K, HJ Ball, Linda J wflkffi 75 'E' ,5 A A Banks. Teddy 3' f M.. .aa .png , ' if f , - - 4. ""'5" BL li ' S ' Baker, James ,, isiixs, ue Ballard, Diane 1, Q ww , il- B,irneS. Harold 'I'lie iiiixxiuiig inoii 1 42 4-gf-W" Baxter Melba 1' Berger Charles BAYTLR Ml LBA Cozfzmezrml Home Room Secre tary and 'Ircasurcr Homecoming Queen Homecoming, Maid PepC1ts H 'lccns Cirls Lnsemble BFARDSLFY JAMES Luglzlh Senior Cabinet Art Club BENINII T'I UDY fllllllfllfll Publit rtions Editor in thief XX'ildcat Literary Ld: tor C irls State Nitionil Honor Society Reporter President of uill ind Stroll PcpC its X Teens luturc Nurses HiC omet Columnist Student Council Rcprcscntatiu Home Room Sccre tlry and 'lrelsurcr Le Ccrcle lrancais Dclcgite to State High School Press Comention Delegate to Student Council Comen tion Bl NNITT NANNIETTE Comnleitzal I HA President Home Room Treasurer Senior Choir Librarian FB LA Treasurer Choir Y'Ieens Musical Varieties State Choir BERGER CHARI ES 'llalh and Science Le Cercle Fran QQ 'Elf Bcardslcy ames 3 aw Bennett, Judy Bennett, Nannette Birdsong Pat Bise, T Bn cns Bobby Blatlm ood anicc James cais, Hi-Y, Inter-Club Council Representative. President of jun- ior Historical Society, Band, Shutterbugs. BIRDSONG, PAT . . . Honzemukirzg . . . Publications Staff Managing Editor, Le Cercle Francais, Choir. junior Red Cross Representative. PepCats, F.H.A., Y-Teens. Quill and Scroll, Musical Varieties. BISE, MARGIE . . . Cmzmzenrhzl . . . Glee Club, Choir, Girls' Ensemble, F.B.L.A., F.H.A., Musical Varieties, BIVENS. BOBBY ...i llrzfb . . . Vice-President of junior Historical Society, Monitor. BLACK- XVOOD, JANICE . . . Commerrirzl . . . Home Room Reporter, Junior Classical League, Choir, Musical Varieties. BLACK- XVOOD, JIMMY ..., r lI.zlb r1lIlfSt'f6'llt'E . . . Home Room Presi- dent, Tri-Chem, Math Club, Theta Science Club, Transfer from Paragould. BOX, MARGIE . . . C07IHI16l'ffdl . . . I7.B,L.A., E.H.A,, Pub- lications Advertising Manager, Monitor. BRADLEY, BOB . . . .Sliezm f.., Boys' State, junior Rotarian, Home Room Vice- Presiclent, Treasurer for Le Cercle Francais, Tri-Chem, Escort for Homecoming Royalty, Key Club, National Honor Society. BRENTON, WADENE . . . Physical Edllcutimz . . . Y-Teens, El Circulo Espanol Vice-President and Reporter, Home Room Secretary and Treasurer, Home Room Vice-President. PepCats Drill Team, Captain of Girls' Basketball Intramural Champions, P.E, Assistant, BRIDENTHAL, SARA . . . illfzlh and Science . . . National Honor Society, Tri-Chem, Thespians, Le Cercle Francais, PepCats Drill Team Captain, Y-Teens, Girls' State, Monitor, Ii.B.L.A., Chairman for March of Dimes Assembly, Tri-Chem Secretary. Home Room Treasurer. BRIDGES, DEN- NIS ALLEN ...I lI,1!lv and Science . . . Math Club, Tri Chem, Theta Science Club, Hi-Y. BROXWN, BILLY JOE . . . Ar! . . . Art Club, Publications Silk Screen Artist, Bookworms Color Day Float. BRYANT, C. L .... Vomlimzal Art: . . . Art Club. Tian an lex M. Bradley, Bob , wi - is Box, Margie Brenton, Wadene Bt.. F' ,Q IX' It 1 I vr'?TT' f f in V , ,W - ,i p ,y f R 'Q ig. , ,f . f J 1 r' , ., ' A a, W I . or r v . Bryant, C. L. Briclenthal, Sara hlsmwse aw, 1 ' , 8' am QM-Q.. f--'H 119' if' Bridges, Dennis I -+51 'E , GN, 4' X X . Brown, Billy Joe "Romeo, Rumen 44 Bryant, Martha Bryant, Ramona BRYANT, MARTHA . . . Com merrial . . . El Circulo Espanol Choir, Senior Girls' Chorus, E.H.A BRYANT, RAMONA . . . Com martial . . . Home Room Secretary Senior Girls' Chorus, Choir, E.H.A. Musical Varieties. dg'b .-v""" mai Brylcs Bob .vm fc-51' M an 52 VQW Burton Ethel M1e BRYLES BOB Malfa and Stzefzre Student Councrl Chaphm Natronal Honor Socrety Key Club Chorr Presrdent unlor Classrcal League Thespnans Theta Scrence Club Boys State unror Rotarran BURKE JIM 55167116 and Languagef unror Classical League Vrce Presldent of unror Hrstorrcal Socrety EI Crrculo Espanol Key Club Chorr Natronal Honor Society Boys Chorus Trl Chem Muslcal Varretres BURNS BICKY LYNN Commercial Art Club Chorr unror C lassrcal League Home Room Reporter unror Red Cross Rep rescntltrxc Bookstore Momtor Thesprans Glee Club Musrcal XIIILIICS Cut of Bralnstorm BURSONI CAROLYN Luglzfb Art Club Home Room Vrce Presrdent FB LA Nionxtor BURTON ETHEL MAE Langnagef El Cnr culo Espanol Y Teens Home Room Treasurer Thesprans Cast 6' I1--ng' we 'WZ' I 'sf L I 'l ton, Q ue Burke m eg as nu. Bu ms Becky lg 'i Burson, Carolyn Cllhoun Emrly Crrrmgton Carolee Cftusey Brlly if T C c rr'1to Russell Cue Dram ot Brunstorm CALHOUN EMILH Comweuzal Cheerleader PepC1ts I H A Inter Club Councll Representatne X Teens Natnonll Honor Soclety Home Room Presldent and Reporter C horr IXILISIC tl Varlctres CARRIINCTON CAROLEE Sour! Slmfzer Cholr Glec Club FHA Publrcltrons Strff Home Room Monrtor Muslcrl X metres CAUSEY BIL 54111116 Art Club Publlcltrons Stxff CAVE DI ANA Crmfmezrzzl Nltronal Honor Socrety Y Teens PepC rts Drnll Term I H A Vlce Presrdent Fl Crreulo Espanol Vree Presrdent Nlonrtor Inter Club Councrl Representitue FB L A CFRRATO, RUSSELL Ilzlb z11dSImme Iootball Co Captaln, Key Club President, Boys State, El Cnrculo Espanol Vrce Presndent, Home Room President, junior Rotarran, Senror Cablnct, All State Second Team I - ' , . . . ' . . . 'Z Iffflge ' "F, I 4 1 I f 1 Y 4 aj , A . Q . Y . W . , " ' 7 3 7 . 1 . . . 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' 4 , I .1 6'-I in ' 5 , "QA v I f ,I I I 30 , rv' f If 1 Jil le. -c v W sew ' 'gf f , -gg, ,milf-Sf ,- I ' V , . his t ' ' - , . . . - e n ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 'S C ' A I y 335. L r- A h h - Q- V . nsI,.55f5 v . , I , 1 . . ' ' .' - , ' A ' . Y A . I . I . I I. 1 y 4 - , ',,,..., 1 , - v , . I L ' 1. , . , - . . . , I , I . , . . . . , . , , I ' f, - , r fy 1 A I . . . A , 'I ' - ' ' ' . . - . , . rl' A-I h 1 5 , ' I ' , . . - Q I 4- x . - - - . . . I I 4 I . . ' CLARK, CATHERINE . . . Sriefzce . , . Girls' Trio, Girls' Ensemble, Choir, Future Nurses, PepCats Drill Team, Secretary for junior Reel Cross, I".H.A., Thera Science Club, junior Classi- cal League. CLARK, CHARLES . . , Alrzllv .md 5'c.ie11i'e . . . I-Ii-Y, Math Club. CLARK, ESTHER . . . C'UlllNlL'l'L'jr?l . . . Clieerleacler, PepCats Drill Team, Y-Teens Valentine Maia, Senior Cabinet, Choir. junior Classical League, Home Room Treasurer, If.H.A. CLEMENT. ALIBRY JOE . . . Vorxzfiomzf Arif. CLIFTON, LINDA , . . C'w1f1z1en'irzf . . . If.H.A., Musical Varieties. COLVERT, MARY ALICE . . . C'fnfm1w'ci.zl , . . Choir, Girls' Ensemble, Junior Reel Cross Representative, Choir Re- porter, Publications Staff, Quill .incl Scroll, Musical Varieties. CONRAD, RICHARD . , , Eulgljrb . . , Home Room Vice- Presiclent. Art Club, Cast of "Brainstorm", Thespians. COOK GARY MAX . . . Eziglirb . , . Art Club. Golf Team. COOK, FLOYD REX . . . Vm1zfrw1.z! Arif . . . Shop Foreman. l fr. K' 1.29 ..'I2!"5"-' LM-1 W X ,.- ., 1 ffyt, it . ..,., , 'Q :M ' .' . l 9 I: Y J 1 "Tiff: f . 131, 5, v? .5 ' 53" ,5,r1:'gQ, gf , 7553855157 I , ,I ,V-Q ' iff 3' 'Q 9s.y53i"ff'.4'55??? ?f ' , 4 ?-- f.'.:4,,:gr:n. Clark Charles fi, 'C' W Q ciafk, A Clark, Esther fm, Ml V, cl R' , . ...fr ,' .1-Q. i, 11" g- ' 21119 ,'j e E l Clement, Aubry joe 36 - I . 4- ,.,. . 'f Clifton, Lincla vm I' W- 6 rw? i f ' Colvert, Mary Alice Oh, you nasty man Conrad, Richard sg' I. Ffa Q fe . 'fy if ,, wr I f 'f ff' ,J Cook, Gary Max 525351 V, v 4. .V Cook, Floyd Rex 231 141' 1112? Cook Tommy Cooper Virginia farffevl -uw-'fr Coulter Sammy Covell Doris Marie 1' I ow x .0091 0 o S .- Q' 'JU o :J 1 Q. rn F0 '1- HAQS S.. MW-a QQ-f wr 'Q' COOK TOMMY Bzzxnzerr unior Historical Society Publications Staff Choir Boys Chorus Musical Varieties COOPER VIRGINIA LUCILLE Euglzih FHA Le Ccrclc Irancais PepCats Future Teachers National Honor So iety COLALTER SAMMY H410 Home Room Vice Presi dent Honorable Mention All Big 8 COVELL DORIS MARIE Commenzal F H A Glee Club Choir F B L A Musi cal Varieties COWLEY RONALD EARL Lzzglub COX SARAH ANN lzzzglzffa Future Nurses Future Teachers unior Classical League CRAIG JAMES URAL Sona! Q- I .,.-af? 'H FAT' i Crow der Law arence ,.,... WW CU O V Cf! no V1 rv 'J' 5' D D .049 Craig ames bral Darden immy Cupit Shirley Slmlicr , . . Home Room President and Vice-President Home Room Reporter Friendliest Senior Boy Publications staff Mu- sic-ll V-irietics. CROWDER LAWARENCE . . . illatb . . . Theta Science Bookworms Libr'iryAssist'1nt. CUPIT SHIR- LEY . . . llnfir . . . Publicltions Advertising Manager F.H.A. Glee Club, Future Nurses Choir Girls' Chorus Musical Va- rieties. DARDEN JIMMY . . . S0rialSfz1dieJ . . . Stage Mana- ger The-spians unior Historical Society Inter-Club Council Representative. DAVAUL, LINDA SUE . . . Iizlgfiili . . . junior Classical League, Theta Science Club, PepCats, Choir, Senior Girls' Chorus, Musical Varieties. DAVENPORT, DON . . . Vf1c't1lim1.1l Artr . . . Concert ancl Marching ljancls, El Circulo Espanol. DAVID, RONALD . . . liflgfialv , , , Publications Staff, Quill ancl Scroll, junior Recl Cross Representative, El Circulo Ifspanol, Exchange Eclitor for Hi Cornet. DAVIS, ANITA ...I Y paecfv . , . Stuclent Council Representative, PepCats, Y-Teens, 'Iunior Historical So- ciety, Publications Staff XY"riter, National Honor Society, F.H.A., Junior Classical League, Inter-Club Council Representative, Quill and Scroll. Musical Varieties. DAVIS, DELORIES . . . Commercial . . . PepCats, Glee Club, Choir. Girls' Chorus His- torian, F.H.A. Reporter, If.B.L.A. Secretary, Monitor, Y-Teens, Senior Cabinet, Musical Varieties. DEAN, HERMAN . . . S0- ci.1!Sfmfie.r . . . Concert and Marching Bands. DECKER. BER- THA ,.., S 'iiefmf . . I".H.A., lfuture Nurses Presiclent, F.B.I..A., junior Recl Cross Representative. Theta Science Club, National Honor Society, Monitor. DE LOACH, CLAUDE . . . !0IH'7IfZff,fNl . . State High School Press Axvarcl in News Writing, Home Room Vice-President, Quill and Scroll. Le Cercle Francais, Band, Publications Staff Writer. DEN- TON, NANCY . . . Commercial . . . El Circulo Espanol Reporter, F.B.L.A. Vice-Presiclent, Monitor. Davenport, Don 3: Ei VX .A-BUY ya Davaul, Linda Sue David Ronald Davis, Anita fi, if Davis, Dean, Herman 'l'her.ipeutic clc x ic cs are explainecl by Huh ancl llc-niv, Decker, Bertha '3' De Loach, Claude xv Denton, Nancy 'Zin ' - Dc rcsaw Gene rail?-f Dctherovn Dcan 353- W? jx T55 Drennan Marilyn bue can U9 'iq ...ff A Dumond Vernon Dodson Robcrt M fx- ggyfti -N Dorris julia Lynn 35' Il Durie ames DERESAW, GENE . . .jonrzmlirm . . . Senior Cabinet, Publi- cations Sports Editor, Quill and Scroll, Home Room President, Wildcsat Assistant Business Manager, Quill and Scroll Vice- President, All Big 8 Team. DETHEROXXQ DEAN . . . Ezzglifb . . . Homecoming Assembly. DODSON, ROBERT M. . . . Ezzgliyb Art Club Bookworms DORRIS JULIA LYNN Speeih Chccrlcader PepC1ts Y'Iecns Student Coun cil Rcprcscntqtrxc Thcspians Drill Team Home Room Treasur er Tlieti bricncc Club Glee Club Choir FH A President of 'GW Am- Dyke hasley Alieta Eagle Charles Xoutli Cabinct DRI NINAN MARILXN SUL L11gl15lJ Art C lub l H A luturc Nurses DLJNIOND VERNON l 121 Art Club DURII' JAMLS llifl 1114! 91161146 Bind DYRI MARll Lzzglub PcpC1ts YTccns Art Club Publitltions btilt lAGl.l: CHARI lb Luglzrb Homc Room President Boys btatc All Bic 8 in Iootbill and Bisltctbill unior Rotirmn unior Cllssicil League EASLEY ALIE'lA All Choir Girls Ensemblc Art Club Publi utions billx bcrccn Artist Quill and Scroll Musiml V1flCtICS f h A I , U . y . '- - " 'V , ' fa ' '5, ' - fl X if i S f Q , 5 Af' , st, M ' I mm' asv 1 , A V P f , in , , ' T N , M f in time , , cf - ,r' A yy , NX , I 5 ' , S Y ' , I 5 , , ' 1 , .0 r. ' A y f , if Q' L-, d :-,r " 'f 'C Ive 'A - , A g' . A ff , M f I , li Q40 F a ' 'A ,h It , ,, ,, , L- M M2 Av N A it . lu :xref Q fy: I 111 I Q ' , J ' ' ' , 7 v f ' ' 7 : ' . . .L u . . 1 - 4 p i C , . , , K 1 - , . . ., ' ' i , ' . . . .l.!...,:, .I L," E' .... A. . ,.' , V-' 'V , ' y ' I t t L ,il i ri' I 'Y . ' , la, . V 1 V . 1 . - 4 - . Q I y V P' hy. I 1. .- it ' ' ' " f Y ' , .i in t . 49 EDDLEMON, BARBARA . . . ljugliib . . . Y-Teens, PepCats, E.H.A., Art Club, Home Room Secretary and Treasurer, Publi- cations Staff, Quill and Scroll, Transfer from Arlcadelphia. ED- WARDS, MELDlA . . . lillgljjfl . . . Y-Teens, Junior Historical Society, PepCats, E.H.A., Glee Club, Choir, Senior Girls' Chorus, Thespians, Bookworms President and Reporter, Musical Varieties. EDWARDS, ELVIS . . . Blzmlerr. ELSWICK, PATSY . . . Com- nzerviial . . . F.B.L.A., F.H.A., Y-Teens, PepCats Drill Team, Stu- dent Council Representative, Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff. EMMONS, SHIRLEY . . . C0mmen'ial . . . Homecoming Maid, Y-Teens, PepCats Drill Team, PepCats Secretary, E.B.L.A., EH.- A., Choir, Glee Club. Home Room Vice-President, Student Coun- cil Secretary, Thespians, Cast of "Brainstorm", Monitor. EPPS, NANCY . . . Sriwzre . . . junior ClassicalLeague, PepCats, F.H.- A., Future Nurses, Red Cross Sunshine Girls. ERVIN, BRADY . . . Mark . . . Theta Science Club, Math Club, junior Red Cross Representative, Senior Cabinet, Second Team All Big 8 in Foot- ball. EVATT, RICHARD . . . illallv and Science . . . Band. EVERETT, LLOYD B. . . . lfzzglirlf . . . Home Room President, Art Club, Publications Staff Writer. ' ' a Edwards, Meldia fx fi -w-uv Edwards, Elvis Vfff 7-.fx ' ' 2 w e Z -' mf .f,,. , Elswick, Patsy fi nag FSA 347 L.. Emmons, Shirley 'K' Epps, Nancy Sing, sing, sing 50 ? ,.-ig?-,. , 'nw ..,i S F- 2' mu' 4 ,fi Ervin, Brady at . ly? fi Wm 4 R' YQ .., 5 ,- 92, .X ff .ew 1 ', ,S -jizp fl f gffzft Y Weir. , .. 4 . ' 5 ..- ,rg I 5 - XC if .. 1 s 'A -' ,,. , ,v . t , , N i p i ffli -i 74 'iii 9 K ,, -O P.' f 3' . . I ' ' ' 6 r :fy , f . 7'-5251 I , Evatt, Richard rl... Everett, Lloyd B. is !9h- elton Gretchen what melding: Marg 'H lf in-v I isher Alu ...wr Fisher George ww I inney Helen '91 I ranltlin Hou ard 336. L,-..,J :Tl-5 bf 514 I reshour acle Ju RW Irierson Zoa Ann FELTON, GRETCHEN .... Speech . . . Cheerleader, Home coming Maid, PepCats Drill Team, Y-Teens, City Y-Teen Presi dent, junior Classical League, National Honor Society, Thespians Senior Cabinet Choir Home Room Secretary Inter Club Coun cil Representatixe Friendliest unior Girl I H A Future Teach ers D A R Good Citizen Avi ard Senior Valentine Maid FIELD ING MARGUERITE Mum PepCats Drill Team Junior Classical League Glee Club Choir Y Teens I H A unior Red Cross Representatixe unior Historical Society Musical Varieties FININEY HELILNI Snleme Choir Glee Club YTeens unior Clissicil League Iuture Nurses unior Red Cross Repre ,QR N. I i 'Huw-" A69 SO' 'di Gab in Bobble I ug, itt immy sentitixe Boolmorms PepCats Musicil Virieties IISHFR AL ' bn men FISHER GIQORCF Luglzrb Nlonitor 'Xrt C lub IRANRLIN HOW ARD Bllilllc IRFSHOUR 'XCR 9 i111 S111 her unior Historitil Society Hi Y El Crreulo Est lnol Vice President Lib Assistlnt IRIFRSON ZOA ANN L1 In! PepC1ts YTeens I HA Ll Circulo Esplnol Girls Ensemble Choir Inter Club Council Representa tue The-spims Clst of Brainstorm Musical Vlrieties FU GATT JIMMY Ezzgluh Art Club GABAN BOBBIE Commexrzzl Monitor IHA Choir Girls Chorus F B L A Musicll V1rieties GARUNGTON. ROBIZRT AIACK ..., f llizllv rind SITUIIFU . . . Tri Chem, Nttionnl Honor Society President, Le Cercle Fran- cais Pz1rli.1ment.1ri.1n, Senior Choir Presitlent. Boys' Chorus. Boys' St.1te, Theta Seience, Key Club, Home Room Vice-Presitlcnt, Mu- sical Varieties. GASS, VITA SUE . . . Bll.l'j1IC',fl' , . . Bookworm. GAYLOR. JACKIE M .... Bllt'j1IL',f,f , , . Stutlent Council. Bantl. Film Crew, GIBBS. GITORGITNA . . . Iingliifw . . . PcpCnts, Com- mercial Club President, lf.H.A., F.B.l..A.. Monitor. GIBBS. PAT- SY ANN . . . Iifzlyliifv . . . Home Room Reporterr Art Club. lun- ior Red Cross Representative. Monitor. GLAZIT, Bll.LY JOE 'BK f fwei Y'-'nr ll 'fl Stu ltnt Couneil Re wresentttixe Home Room President, Thespians. Math Club. Gil.OVliR. FREDDY . . . Eulgliflv , . . Home Room Vice-Presitlent. GOLDFN. SHFILA . . . ,llnrif . . . Girls' Iinsemble. Choir. Monitor. Glee Club, Home Room Vice-President .intl Tredsurer, lf.H.A., PepC:tts, Musital V.1rieties. GOSS, JERRY .... 9 fnhal Sfzzdim . . . Boys' Chorus, Choir. Gass, Etta Sue C1127 pol?" Garlington, Robert M 1 Gaylor, jackie M. Gibbs, Georgena I-5, Sir Glover, Freddy Ivor Gibbs, Patsy Ann ...Q Glaze. Billy joe Thespians go night-clubbing 52 Golden, Sheila Goss, jerry :wg fa ag' L' an 2 WMAWZAHQ "' , ' " " .. aa fi Graham, David GRAHAM, DAVID . . . Mufif . , . Band, Choir, El Circulo Espanol, Boys' Chorus, Musical Varieties. GRAHAM, MICKEY . . , .Commercial . . . Monitor, Glee Club, F.H.A., Choir, Girls' Chorus, F.B.L.A., Musical Varieties. GRANDON, MARCIA . . . Blzrifzerr . . . Pepcats, Future Nurses, Junior Classical League, Art Club, junior Red Cross Sunshine Girls, junior Historical Society. GRAY, DON . . . Ar! . . . Art Club. GREEN, JAMES WILLIAM . . . Bminefr . . . Choir, Boys' Chorus. GREENERT, Graham Mickey Green ames William fi Gresham Ramona Greenert Clyde Grandon Marcia x Gray Don Greenv ood Ralph Guesner Wayne Gruenw ald David CLYDE HOMER JR Math and Sfzeme Tri Chem Lab Assistant Theta Science Club Math Club GREENWOOD RALPH Hath El Circulo Espanol GRESHAM RA MONA KAYE Ezzglffh FHA Girls Chorus PepCats Choir Musical Varieties GRUENWALD DAVID Math and Srzeufe Boys State Shutterbugs Tri Chem Math Club GUESNER WAYNE AIIIJII' Band El Circulo Espanol unior Historical Society Band Property Crew Regional Clinic GUESS, CHARLES EARL . . . illallv and Science . . . Student Council Representative, Hi-Y, Theta Science Club, junior Classi- cal League, Math Club, Lab Assistant, State Science Fair. GUESS, CLIFFORD ..., lli1tbr1l1dScic'11t'e . . . Tri Chem President, Na- tional Honor Society Vice-President, Home Room President, Theta Science Club, Key Club, Senior Cabinet, junior Classical League, junior Rotarian, Math Club. GWATNEY. LINDA . . . Eugljfb . . . Choir, El Circulo Espanol Secretary and Reporter, Future Teachers, Quill and Scroll, Theta Science Club, junior Historical Society, Monitor, Musical Varieties. HALE, VIR- GINIA . . . Science . . . Historian for Girls' Chorus, Choir, Y- Teens, PepCats, F.H.A., Future Nurses. Musical Varieties. HALE, VIVIAN . . . Ezzgliilv . . . PepCats, Future Nurses. HALL, JAMES LOXVELL . . . B1z.m1tf.i,i' . . . Art Club HAMILTON, MELFORD RAY . , . 'lff1mz.1lj.iuf . . , Publications Sports Editor, Quill and Stroll, Delegate to A.H.S.l'.A. Cionvention, Art Club Reporter, Thespians, Choir, Boys' Chorus, Le Ciercle Francais, Musical Varieties. HAMPTON. CHARLES . . . l"'m'.1tin11.zl Arif. y HANKINS. BILLY . . . ,llnfjr . . . Band, Art Club, Concert E Q Tour. I titi is K I , . 15, ? .' g.v. ..s. . 1v'-- . 9,5564 ...,.- ,kfw . ff ale, Virginia W, .,, , y lf? fi Pm lilly F I WI, V, . ,i Erin, V .,-g . ' S aff? Guess, Clifford 5 iff? Q L ' in 5 can . 'V' -as hlcx 4 ylh.-f" ',' . 1,1 a I 'N .YY ' A il.. gi, 5 N' 2 It im "Ja, Hale, Vivia swam X MM Guess, Charles Earl I Gwatney, Linda l ,milpa ii lf, 4' ' I J i? . Hall. james Lowell Thespian counterparts of football team and royalty. 54 , 37 Ing-Q. i f . 1 Hamilton, Melford Ray Hampton, Charles Anyways! I I .sf ' T A 'vi .,:. .2 5 'V if Ha-nkins, Billy X 1-1355 Y!"'1-p 'hr' Hardcastle john 3152 HARDCASTLL JOHN Ezzglzrb Chorr Glee Club Home MON Chorr porter Teens Room Treasurer Boys Chorus Musical Varletxes HAR BETTY CUNIIIIEHIIZ! PepC.1ts Y Teens F H A Semor Clbmct Momtor Home Room Secretary and Re Musrcal Vlrxctres HARNESS SUE lllllflf FBLA I H A PepCats Glrls Ensemble Chou Home Room Secretary Musical VZIICYILS HARPER MARY LYNN COIIllIILIfIJl I H A HARRISON ANNA CHARLENE Sona! Slmlzen I H A Thcsplans Glce Club HARRI SON BARBARA C HARLENI' Commefmzl F H A Choir Y'Iecns PepCats Thcspmns unlor Red Cross Repre Harmon Betty Harrxson Anna ,, yfli an 62. 1ston Betty '58 "WX H1rr1s0n Barbam S, X Q-6 T Q gs ,Ex gk 3' Huness Sue Harper, Mary Lynn H1ffWlCk, Arlene Hayden Vrlmm Mane Havwkms Lrnda senmtne, Musnul V.1r1et1es HARIWICK, ARLLNI: Com nmrml Irxcndlncst Sophomore. Glrl, Thcspuns, PepCats, Glce Club, C hour Y Teens, I H A, I' B L A, Musical Varretnes I-IASION, BETTY HOIll6l7lr1blIIg Pep Crlts Drrll Team, Y Teens, I H A, Glcc Club, Cholr, Student Counul Representatnxe, Musrcal Varletnes HAW KINS, LINDA KATHRYN Sueme Band Lrbrarlan, jumor Classxcrl League, Home Room Vrce Presrdent and Secre tary, Band, Natronal Honor Society HAYDEN, VELMA MARIE Commercial HAYES. JAMES DONALD . . . Lfzfin . , . Junior Classical League. Home Room Vice-President. Golf Team. HELTON. 'IO . . . Sfwerf' . . . Thespians, El Circulo Espanol. E,H.A. HEI.- TON. KENNETH . . , l!0ll!ff0I1.ZZ Arif . . . Band. HENSON. E. GEORGE ..., llfzflv mm' Sriwzce . . . Home Room President, Senior Cabinet. Math Club. Theta Science Club. Hi-Y. HET- TERICK. BILI .... l"f1u.:fim1.:f Arn. HICKS. XVAYMAN . . . illdffv , . . Track. Hll.l.lS, BOBBY . . , Vocational Arts. HIN- SON. FIIMMY ..., V riemz '... Theta Science Club President, Hi-Y. Home Room President and VicefPresident. HOLLOXVAY. MARY ANN . . . Iffiffiflllclffllg . . . E,H,A,. Glee Club. Choir. Girls' Ensemble. Y-Teens. Home Room Reporter. PepCats. El Circulo Espanol. Tliespians, Musical Varieties. 'ff 6- 1 E1-wi' ff -- QI ..-1-Af' Henson, F. George W' Hillis, lr . Hinson, Jimmy Helton, lo 5. A ..: , H . J X sv Q wr 'I V .Qi?3'2fi?i' , ,S Q? ' w i . ef Q 3 gs If - ,po A is 1 4? - "ff1'?,1' 5 l A Hetterick, Bill 1, ,Q .5 " f v c 4 .fe-.W i 'v Z 'ZIJZT' 9 'gf 4 5 "V" Hayes, james Donald ,CDN Helton, Kenneth I Hicks, XY'ayman A pretty girl is like 56 Hol loway, Mary Ann .pk 'Q' la.. Holmes Delane QT? I i fx' IN Hopkins Barbara 'er 'Wm iv Holmes Lw alena ,,,,.J Horton Virginia 40" XC' Honea ohn tif? ,gl '01 House Billie ean 'Nui' www? Hooten .xmes HOLMES, DELANE . . . Sofia! Studie: . . . Choir, Glee Club, F.H.A., Junior Red Cross President, Thespians, Musical Va- rieties. HOLMES, EVALENA . . . Commereial . . . F.B.L.A., Concert and Marching Bands. HONEA, JOHN . . . Vorational Art! . . . Band. HOOTEN. JAMES . . . Englirb. HOPKINS, BARBARA JANET . . . Englirb . . . Choir, Glee Club, Y-Teens, Junior Classical League, F.H.A., Junior Red Cross Representa- tive, Girls' Chorus, Junior Historical Society, Musical Varieties. HORTON, VIRGINIA . , . C0wmen'ial . . . F.I'I.A., F.B.L.A., Services Committee Chairman. HOUSE, BILLIE JEAN . . . ,Syvum ififnwgl House Judy Ann ,hm -Ll' Howell Don ild House W1nda Cfmmermzl FBLA Choir Girls Chorus FHA Home Room Reporter HOUSE JUDY ANN COUIIIIQHILII luture Nurses X Teens PepC1ts Homecoming, Maid Frxendli est unior and Senior Girl Choir Inter Club Council Representa tue Home Room Seeretiry and Treasurer El Circulo Espmol Nlusical Varieties HOUSE WANDA Srzeme Future Teiehers Theti Science Tri Chem Reporter National Honor Society HOVUELL DONALD Bzmuerr Marching Band unior Classiell League , N.-. Q , if . -,'. , wf . . - f lm I - , ,. V, L V, e I X 4 f If ' 5 ..'- ' .. " U fr te I 1 ix I W. . Y, . 7 I . J. , . y , s 4: - 'fr 5 . , . .., of, , 5 , . "' ' .T ,K " , A f I if .f ., y - 5 I ' ' -i k . 1: 3 , -' Pa, fl' D 'xc we ,L 35' I ' f gj , .- A 1 .... , I, i i , - - -s we fate. +111 ' ' ' S 'A f ', an ' ' J , - J . ' V ., ' .N t v at ' 7 A , ' i ' a . ' . '. ' . .' , L ' , A A i . , J " 1 . 57 HUBBARD, JIM . . . C0l2INlC'l'l'Il11 . . . Publications Staff. HUDGENS, EVA . . . l5fItQiI166l'I7ltQ lirazrifzg . . . E.H.A.. Choir, Musical Varieties. HUSTON, PHII .... Comrzzerfial . . . Concert antl Marching Bands, Student Council Representative, Home Room President, Monitor. IVEY, JIMMY . . .Mafb and Sviwzre . . . Theta Science Club, Tri Chem, Math Club, National Honor Society, Hi-Y Treasurer, Key Club, Home Room Presi- dent. JACKSON, MARY SUE . . . Co111v1e1'ci.1I . . . Junior Classical League, Art Club, Glee Club, Choir, Musical Varieties. JACKSON, RODGERS ..., llatlv and Science . . . National Honor Society, Key Club Secretary. Theta Science Club, Junior Classical League, Math Club, Tri Chem. Lab Assistant, Hi-Y, Senior Cabinet. JAMISON, GEORGE . . . Bllfjllcfff . . . Band. E.B.L.A., Junior Historical Society. JARRETT, VIRGINIA . . . Cwz111fw'ri.zf . . . Y-Teens. JAXVORSKI. PAUI- . . . Sciwzfe. . . Key Club, Theta Science Club, Band, National Honor Society, Tri Chem, X ff t+,. 2 wig, i-'nfl I fWg,k gttv 3' M Hu dgens, Eva Ivey, Jimmy rv'- , wiv V It , fa: 1: ,ff l - - ,SI ag 2 ,Q v , f 5 mp! 1' Jackson, Mary Sue 5 Q-V AK, i ji Hg' f W 5 - ' 1 ,ir if 5 2322 4""" rv I VX Z Hubbard, Jimmy 4 f fvtifie f Huston, Phil f i Mum Jackson, Rodgers f ,Q The Birth of your "W'ildcat". 58 ,tfitlginfg Q f? I ii gl gl. 'TZI3' W 9 Jamison, George 11.4. 5 v l Jarrett, Virginia .-,A "" . 1 ,Fm ff: 5 .f-5 I vs Jaworski, Paul .361 .-ul' enltins Faber '-R8 0 f"' I3 xc' olly Margaret -cugr crniean Cu endoly n .'m Cry 1 ones C wen 2 3' all I-TQ? F Jones, Calvin ordan Cora ?qy6TS Joyce, Martha Van JENKINS FABER rllalb and Sflellfe JERNIGAN GVUENDOLYN Commenzal umor Red Cross Repre scntative Monitor unior Classical League JONFS GWEN Hozzzezzzmezzzq Y Teens FHA Quill and Scroll Publlca tions Sillc Screen Artist JONES CALVIN Mfzib and Srzezzre Tri Chem Hi Y Head Monitor for the Film Crew JOLLY NIARGARET Cnmmertml PepCats YTeens National Honor Society Girls State Home Room President Secretary and Treasurer Senior Cibinct Choir Historian Le Cercle Fran mis Musical Varieties JORDAN CORA Yrzeure Choir -er wr? Kaclcley Glenda 'Q' -QR. Keathlcy Betty Kea ey Charles Girls' Chorus Transfer trom Camden. JOYCE, MARTHA VAN . . . 5017.11 Sl1f.Iie,r . . . F.H.A., El Circulo Espanol, Art Club, Y-Teens. KACKLEY, GLENDA BETTY . . .Burizzefr . . . Stu- dent Council Treasurer, Senior Choir Secretary, F.H.A., Choir, lNIusical Varieties. KEATHLEY, CHARLES . . . Ezzglirla . . . Concert and Marching Bands. KEATHLEY, BETTY . . . Englirla . . . Cheerleader, Y-Teens, Future Teachers, PepCats, Publications Exchange Editor, Quill and Scroll, Thespians Reporter, Home Room Secretary and Treasurer, Future Nurses, Future Home- makers, Bullseye Club. KEESEE, LARRY . . . Muric . . . Art Club, Marching Band, Publications Staff. KERBY, DON . . . Mivflveuzaticf . . . Home Room Vice-President, El Circulo Espanol Parliamentarian, Golf Team. KIMBRELL, SYBLE INEZ . . . HOIIIFIIIHLEIIAQ . . . E.H.A., Future Nurses, Choir, Publications Staff, Musical Va- rieties. KING, CHARLSIE . . . jfmrmzlimz . . . Publications Exchange Ifrlitor. E.H.A., Quill and Scroll, Future Nurses. KIN- LEY, PATSY YVONNE . . . Cnmmwuizl . . . F.H.A., junior Historical Society, Y-Teens, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Musical Va- rieties. KITTA, EDWARD ..., llallv mid Science . . .Theta Science Club, junior Classical League, Tri Chem, Math Club. KOONE, RAY . . . Mmir . . . Band C0-Captain and Quarter- master, Student Council Representative, Thespians. KUYKEN- DALL, DON . , . BllIj1IEJ,V . . . Art Club. KUYKENDALL, SHIRLEY . . . Bfzfizzerf . . . Y-Teens, E.H.A., PepCats, Choir, Publications Staff, Home Room Reporter, Musical Varieties, Quill and Scroll. 2, .,, VL Q 52:11. H " 3451.2 in - t" V' ' - ' ' b fi 4. .myg V ' up fi' , , .pane if ' I Q if 'za Z'f.Q ,i"f wx. f , A YE vw gm ilfiflf if f Y c f - R G V if Qmlf .,,. R: , , I Koone, Ray X King, Charlsie ,A-as ,N J "" 9. -all . no f Kerby J ,ig .1 l I Keesee Larry V 1 iv' Kimbrell. Syble -' Kinley, Patsy Yvonne Kitta, Edward Finally . . 60 Q -NUS' X . W Kuykendall, Don ii 'Q z L if Kuykendall, Shirley 135 'RE KYZIR DOROTHY Alum PepC1ts IHA Home Room Secretary Choir El Circulo Espanol Inter Club Council Rcpresentatne Girls Ensemble Musical Varietics LASITER ROBBIE ANN Commenml I' H A Historian Le Cercle Emncais Y Teens Student Council Rcprcscntatne Home Room Vice President Monitor Thespims unior Historical Society LATTA GARLAND SFIFULL md lllalb Math Club Tri Chem LEA jO ANN If YTeens PcpCats Art Club I H A Vice President uill and Scroll Publimtions Staff LEI' IAMES HAROLD V01 111011411 Arif LILES JIMMY Kyzer Dorothy ll lv if Lee ames Harold i 53 Lasiter Robbie Latta, Garland Lea, jo Ann ss se? 'A 5 4 f . '.- 2 ' sl Se' u Liles jimmy Loeser, Mary Louise Loftis Wanda Loxeless Rosa lk ae i JIU: Long, Peggy Mae . . . .lI.1f!J .md brfeme . , . El Circulo Espanol, Home Room Re- porter. LOESER, MARY LOUISE . . . Math .md Science . . . Publications Business Manager. Student Council Reporter. Quill and Scroll Treasurer, Y-Teen Vice-President, PepC:its, F.H.A., junior Red Cross Representative. Choir,Future Nurses. Musical Varieties. LONG, PEGGY MAE . . . Social Smdier . . . Glee Club, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Musical Varieties. LOVELESS. ROSA MAE , . . Crzmmercitzl . . . Glee Club. F.H.A., Junior Historical Society, Thet.1 Science Club, Choir, E.B.L.A., Musical V.1rieties. LOFTIS, XVANDA . . . B11,fine.r5 . . . Future Nurses. McCAUL, PATRICIA LYNNE . . . CI0NI7I1L'l'fir1l . . . Girls' Chorus, Choir, Glee Club, Art Club Secretary, F.I-LA., Monitor. McCOLLUNl, MURIEL . . . Ifzlglirb. Mc-CONNELL, MIZLVIN . . . Sciwmf. McDANlI2L, CLARENCE . . . Ar! . . . Art Club President, Publications Staff Artist, Student Director of Scenery for Musical Varieties. McELROY, LARRY . . . Ar! . . . Band, Art Club, Publications Staff. MCELROY, MAXINE . . . Com- mercial . . . F.I-I.A., F.B.L.A., PepC:1ts, Y-Teens. MCHUGHES, BILL . . . Euglifb . . . Choir, Thespians. MCKIM, ANITA GAIL . . , Af! . . . F.H.A., Art Club. McKIM, JOYCE . . . Com- nzerchzl . . . F.B.L.A., F.I-LA., Junior Historical Society. all : if 5 . 1 .3 ' Yi 4 px 3 P+' D ' ful'-'yi Tifif ' uw ' MCI-Iughes, Bill 349 McCollum, Muriel -all-.Q l!2W'f19! 1 I," McDaniel, Clarence lwrfiv' in McKim, Anita Gail .."jQ,, foie -as sJ'fi+'-:f?"6-'39 Mclflroy, Larry 'wahix if 'W-'-"m- M McCaul, Patricia 4 " C A . . McConnell, Melvin McKim, Joyce McElroy, Maxine YX'ith this ring I pronounce thee il Senior. 62 1? lv Va Y"::.v' Maddox jamm he Mahnlten Leroy . , If I Mann, Gene 63 XILMEANS CLX DL Ilzzm Concert and Marchlng Bands All State IIFSI Blnd Lib Aebrstant Trl Chem MCNIIILL HAROLD BIIJIIILUY Bop Chorus Trmsfer from Hot Spring: MtlJHLRbUN CAROLXN Lllgllfh PepCatS Y Teens Iluspuns Student Dlrettor for Brfunstorm Home Room burctiry md IILISLIILI' PepC.1tDr1ll Tum MLQULRRY CATHI RINI NIARIL Lzzglzffa NIADDOX JIMMY ll lv Home Room Prebndent Homeeommb Royalty Escort umorRot1r11n Thctlbtlenee 'NI.1th Club MAI-INKLN LEROY A wffwd 463k-Fil Marbhill Pit -3 QV?" .r"" Martm mme Mlrtnn Ann .Stlunt MANN, GENE II11f'1 am! SLIEIIH? JLIIIIOF Cl mltal League, Mlth Club, Theta Scnence, junror Red Crow Reprebentatlxc Catereru Monrtor, H1 Y MARSHALL, PAT Commmfzl PcpCat Drlll Team, Home Room Treauurcr ,md Secretary, Y Teena, junlor Classnml League, I B L A MARTIN, ANN Alfztb md 51162116 F H A betretary, Y Teens, PepC.1ts, Cheerleader, jumor Classlcal League, bemor Cabinet, Home Room Secretary, Choir Hometommg Mard MARTIN, IANICL 5041411 Slndzer PepCnts A I ' T Q I T . . I I' l , . . . . Ir A 1 ' J L W 7 I ' 4 7 . , . . . . . . . , . 1- J, A S, K . I- K k- ", , N 1 4,.,Aq.s ,T .I . ,K . . , , 1 1 I ' . . . ' , . I , I . . . I ,If ,.,, ' 7 , " V Y ' ' , I V 4 I I 1,22 1 AN Qrf, lf, . ff : L , 'W ve If I as ' ' -I ' Y ' . W I I Q , , n g . I I 1, Y , . If I I X: gl: I f f I f ' xr ' lfif ofa' -X- r y C A I 3 Q? , I I 3 - x Q 4 , MATEER, GENE . . . Ezzglifh . . . Senior Cabinet. MATH- ENY, MELVIN ..4. Y riwzce . . . Concert and Marching Bands, Hi-Y. MATTI-IEXVS. MARILYN . . . Iinglirb . . . Y-Teens, Moni- tor, junior Classical League, Home Room Vice-President, Quill and Scroll, Publications Staff. MAYS, NORMA . . . Science . . . junior Red Cross Representative, Y-Teens, junior Classical Lea- gue, Euture Teachers, Inter-Club Council, junior Historical S0- ciety, Concert and Marching Bands, Theta Science Club. MAY, PATSY . . . Aff . . . Art Club, Treasurer, Y-Teens, Publications Staff Artist. MILLER, CHARLES MEREL , . . Lmzguagef . . . El Circulo Espanol. MILLS, DOROTHY . . . Bnrizzefr . . . Pep- Cats, E.H.A., Choir, Girls' Chorus, junior Classical League, Mu- sical Varieties. MONK. PLEDGER . . . jozzrfzfzlirnz . . . Publi- cations Managing Editor, Stage Crew, Thespians Vice-President, Staff Photographer, Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms, Shutterbugs Parliamentarian. MONTGOMERY, GAYE . . . Bluirzerf . . . Choir, Girls' Chorus, F.H.A., Musical Varieties. ,.. 'B R cv. gy Q Mills, Dorothy Monk, Pledger gi KV xi i x 4 May, Patsy we -1,-gp' 11 r at iff ,. 4 S f 1442. 4' is gig. , .,,v., 14' cz"'4vry,,., ff Marial, Melvin I .rv., ge " wig' ' nh.. J' ,,-,.. Wifi 3 Q ,Aa.... 5 'lm Q- , gf., , f I , Mateer, Gene Matthews, Marilyn Mays, Norma l QQ, 51' y I Montgomery, Gaye I , I . , 1 may ta Miller, Charles Seniors marching toward their victory. 64 MONTGOMERY, JACKIE . . . Euglirla. MOODY, KEN- NETH . . . Euglirff . . .Publications Staff, Boys' Chorus, Choir, Montgomery, Jackie Morris Diane Thespians, Home Room President, Junior Red Cross Representa- tive, Overtones Quartet, Quill and Scroll, Musical Varieties. MOORE, CAROLE ANN . . . Conzzlzercial . . . Student Coun- cil Representative, Home Room President, Monitor, F.B.L.A., PepCats Drill Team, Y-Teens, Quill and Scroll, F.H.A., MOR- GAN, JULIAN , . . Srieme . . . Concert Band, Theta Science Club, Transfer from Hot Springs. MORRIS, DIANE . . . Com- zzzertiai . . .Home Room Vice-President, El Circulo Espanol Sec- retary, Y-Teens Secretary, PepCats Treasurer, PepCats Drill Team, Monitor. F.B.L.A., Home Room Treasurer, Home Room Secre- tary. MORRIS, JACQUELINE . . . Science . . . Future Teachers President, PepCats President, Y-Teens, Senior Cabinet, Girls' State, Theta Science Secretary, Junior Classical League Secretary, Junior Moody Kenneth Newby William 'ef' Moore Carol Ann Morgan ulian Morris Jackie Morris Nancy 'QL Nolen ames Nevycombe J y President Future 'Nlurses President Home Room President Iu ture Telchers unror Classicrl Leigue Treasurer NIORRIS NIANCX Xtreme Tri Chem Treasurer National Honor Society unior I'IlSfOl'lCll Society Treasurer YTecns Theta Science Club unior Clissicll Le igue unror Choir Tretsurer NEXVBY XVILLIAM THONIAS onrzrzlzim uill Ind Scroll Publicttions Stlff Photographer Mr Whldcat Shuttcrbugs Tretsurer FBLA 'Ireasurer Iilm Crew NEXVCOMBE JAY latzfmnzl Aflr NOLEN JAMES P Streme Student Body Vice President Choir Senior Cabinet Boys Chorus Tri Chem unror Clrssicil League Thetl Science Club Hia Vice President Home Room Vice President Key Club Nltionrl Honor Society Reprcsentatixe to unior Academy of Science . , . Y 'T F, I ' ' Lp- . ,J It , . c at R i 'ww I f 'J .ri I I I 5 a' 4 Historical Society' Corresponding Secretary, Junior Choir Vice- X. ' ' , V V i I . . . ' 4 4' . . . Q 2 X V L L 7' Y - f ' - v . , S , - 7 . 7 , J . Lf S1 . a , , ', 7 '-I, ,-' . 1 4- , -' ar ,J ' ' '- 65 OUZTS, BESSIE JANE . . . Bll.ljl1Lf,f,f . . . If.H.A., Girls' Chorus, Choir, lfuture Nurses, Musical Varieties, OXWEN, GATI-IALOU . . . EIIKQIAIX7 . . . F.H.A., Thespians, Y-Teens, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Home Room Secretary. OWEN, MARCIA . , . lizzgljflw . . . Y-Teens, junior Red Cross Representative, junior Classical Lea- gue, Future Teachers, F.I-I.A., Concert and Marching Bands, Musical Varieties. PATRICK, RICHARD . . . English. PAYNE, JAMES . . . Alerlvaninzl Dllllljllg . . . Publications Silk Screen Manager. PIZARCE, FRANKLIN . . . illfzfii '... Choir, Art Club, El Circulo Espanol, Bookworms, Boys' Chorus, junior Red Cross Representative, Home Room President, Quill and Scroll, Musical Varieties. PENDERGRASS, WANDA . . . Eng- lifff . . . Y-Teens, PepCats, Art Club, Home Room President, Secretary, and Treasurer, Thespians. PENFIELD, CHARLES . . . Eutglirlf . . . Band, junior Classical League, Transfer from jack- son, Mississippi. PERRY, MARIANNA . . . lillglirb . . . Fu- ture Teachers, I7.I-I.A., Art Club. 2 H19 . 'Q' Pk 1' Owen, Gathalou viii, ag W Ouzts, Bessie Owen, Marcia l f E 5 i I . - ix , bfi! lglf R 1 Wim 3, if Ia W ff .gf .s - ,1-ii11' 1 Patrick, Richard 1 f Payne, james T535 2-I sql 'T i X 'W y Wag Pearce, Franklin W'ho's that under the bed? Pendergrass, Wanda X. ' vi Penfield, Charles '-'Q' Perry, Marianna Phrlllps W? M' 'A fm Q PHILLIPS BLTTIE SUE Ellgllfb Cheerleader Home tommg, Royllty Choir PcpC1ts Drxll Team Student Councll X lccns I HA Ihcsplans Musxtal Varletlcs PHILLIPS BIL LIL LAN Cnmmtnm! I H A Home Room Secretary and 'lrelsurcr Monitor I' BLA PHILLIPS BETTI 0111111111111 Homecomlnir, Quccn Publrcatrons Edxtorm Clucf Grrls Stltc Natlonal Honor Souety Qulll and Scroll Homc Room IIYLSILILIII and Sccrctrry Lc Ccrtlc Iranczus PFCSI tlcnt Pcpi ats Y 'Icens Student Councll Rcprcscntatne Arkan sts Hxglh School Press Association Awards nn Icature Wrrtrn Xklldcat Hrgh Ad Salesman H1 Comet Columnlst and Staff Plper Mrlton .2 fi Phxlllps Brllre iii Prrce Barbara Prppln Lyn on Prrce Lmda jN ,Ti'xLw Phrlnps Bettr :lf In 10' Qiix In 'is Prcltens, Margaret Pohnka Frecldle Prrce La Verne Vkrlter Vklldclt Literary Edltor PICKENS MARGARET Sutme Band, H1 Comet Staff XX'r1ter, Trr Chem, National Honor Souety, Quill .md Scroll, Publlcatrons Slllt Screen A1'flSf PIPI R, MILTON Klum Choir, Boys Chorus, Thesprans Castof Brsunstorm PIPPIN, LYNDON AI.zllv POHN KA, IREDDIL MAE Commenml Transfer from Mc C rory PRICI BARBARA Lnglfrlv PcpC.1ts, Future Nurses, Chou, Y Teens, junlor Classxcal League, Glee Club, Art Club, Musxcal Varretles PRICE, LA VERNE Smml Sflldlei Con crt and Martlung Bands, El Cnrculo Espanol, I' H A , Chorr, Glrls Chorus, Musntal Varletles PRICE, LINDA Com memrz! Y Tccns, F H A, Chonr, Musrcal Varretres PRICE. EDDIE . , ,Bn.riue.rr . . . Senior Cabinet, Track Cap- tain, Tumbling Team. PRICE, WILMA . . . Cnvzmerfial . . . Junior Red Cross Representative, Glee Club. E.B.L.A., PepCats, Thespians, Future Teachers, Monitor, Musical Varieties. PROXVSE. BARBARA . . . C0lll71l0l't'jz7Z . . . E.H.A., Junior Classical I,c-aggue, Junior Red Cross Representative. PUCKETT, CARL EDXVIN ..., Yrieure . . . Theta Science Club, Art Club, Shutterbugs Secretary. Junior Classical League. PULLEN, STAN- LEY . . . Vmnzfiomzl Arif . . . Concert and Marching Bands. RADNEDGE, JUDY . . . Choir. Girls' Ensemble. Girls' Trio, F.B.I..A., Musical Varieties. RAINEY, MARY NELLE . . . COIlllI16'l'l'fi1f. RAINS, PATRICIA ..., S' fvceclv . . . Tl16SplHf1S Reporter, Cast for "Brainstorm", El Circulo Espanol, Choir, Glee Club, Quill and Scroll. Girls' Ensemble. Musical Varieties. RAM- BO, JOYCE . . . Social Sfllfllflil' . . . El-I.A.. Girls' Ensemble. Glee Club, Choir, El Circulo Espanol, Junior Red Cross Representa- tive, Publications Staff. F NL X . 'nag ra' 4'4'! v :JF OWS P3 Quai! Puckett, Carl - Rainey, Mary pq IDA I .va In ,J V, 1 I .QA J A T 'QQ JS!! 4:-' i Rains. Patricia Price, Wilma , H :V.., ...gat i 3, ,- We 14 maya? ailfw -wr .., W l- Price, Eddie . Prowse, Barbara i 1 , E rj we t 4 Pullen Stanley 'X Radnedge, Judy Breakfast Music by the Overtones l 68 'is Rambo, Joyce Ratcliff Dottic RATCLIII DOTTIE Bzzfnzefr Senior Cabinet I H A Historim I BLA Y'Icens PepCats Monitor Home Room 'I-TCISLITLI' Rl MI L IAXI INEZ Lmguzgef unior Clusicil Lci uc II Cirrulo Ispunol Choir Glce Club Book norms RI PI OC II SLZANNI Communal Choir C rls In cmblc I ISI A Nlusiul Vlrictics RICI WILLIAM RODNIX wt Stunt 'Nhtioml Honor Society Tri Chem Student Council Iilm Crew 'Il1ct1 Science unior Clissitil Lc1g,uc Home Room President and Vice President unior Historical Society Reporter Key Club Inter Club Coun ul Rcpresentitnc RICHARDS OLA LEE Sona! Studzef "?3v'6-2 Riclnrds Ola. Lee aio!! 2331-'Z Faye ""ll""' Richardson Pat Ti qua-M... Replogle Suzanne -vvzzh 2 1 qi? Q V i' Roberts, Henr , 4 Y T?" X Rice, Rodney Rogers essie .gk 57 -..i" Sacrey Andy Royer Eddie . . . junior Red Cross Representative, Y-Teens, Future Nurses, F.H.A., Choir, Girls' Chorus, Musical Varieties. RICHARD- SON. PAT . . . Iizzglirlv . . . Home Room Treasurer, Transfer from Ft. XVorth, Texas. ROBERTS, HENRY LEE . . . illatb .md Sriemx f... Student Body President, National Honor Society, Tri Chem Vice-President, Key Club Vice-President, Student Coun- cil. ROGERS. IESSE . . . B1z.fi11e,f,r . . . Art Club, Band. ROYER, EDDIE . . . Ezztqljili , . . Home Room Vice-President, Bancl QLl.lffCfIHLlSfCF, Concert and Marching Bands. SACREY, ANDY . . . iIIei'f7tZ1IfL'.J! Drawillg. SADLER, JIM . . . liuglirb . . . Home Room President, Vice- President, Boys' State, Le Cercle Francais Vice4President, Chapel Cabinet President, junior Rotarian, Hi-Y, Honorable Mention All State Football. SANDERS, RICHARD M .... Math and Sriwzce . . . Math Club, Theta Science. SAYLOR, JERRY . . . Mizllv . . . Student Council, junior Classical League, Escort for Homecoming Royalty, Thespians. SCHABER, DONALD . . . ljzlgliilv . . . Shutterbugs, Inter-Club Council Representative, Film Crew Head Monitor, Quill and Scroll, Stage Crew, Publi- cations Staff. SCHARFENBERG, D .... Mmiv . . . Student Band Director, All State Band, Dreamlanders, Commodores, Boys' Chorus, Hi-Y. El Circulo Espanol, Thespians, Publications Assistant Sports Editor. SCHERZ, DE ANNE . . . Language! . . . junior Classical League, Tri Chem, Choir, Monitor. SCHMIDT, KENNETH . . . Iiuglirb . . . Publications Staff. SCOTT, AR- THUR . . . Commercial . . . Publications Silk Screen Manager, Exchange Staff. SEABORN, CATHERINE . . . Englifb . . . PepCats, F.H.A., Choir. F' l'.Qi"...,l 4 gf ' Sanders, Richard ,f f '2"v. J -A I fjN"r2vgf,fTf? f .an Ar, . -t, Q! , 'f .4 i Q-M ' E e is .Q 1 'R Sadler, jim Saylor, Jerry L-'A M Schaber, Don ai ...-nr 0, F Scharfenberg, D. ...gg Scherz, De Anne Money, Honey! 70 ,gil igtt lv.. . ,K va F' nl K ,gg . i i 'Eff . , 2 I . I I Schmidt, Kenneth 2. 5 . , 4, . C X ii Scott, Arthur he 'f"'b1 Seaborn, Catherine Shankles Conrad fl! vaio gf 757 SHANKLES CONRAD Vnraflmlal Arif Home Room President SHANTZ R L Izuglub Home Room Secre tary uill and Scroll Publications Managing Editor SHAW FLOYD WAYNE Englzfh Art Club Publications Staff SI-IELTON ROSEMARY Lfzglzrb and Speech Cheer leader Pepfats Drill Tmm YTccns IHA Choir Future Teachers Senior Cabinet Inter Club Council Representative Thespians El Circulo Espanol Publications Staff Quill and Sherer Dickie Shantz R L gif Sham Floyd Wayne Shelton, Rosemary Sherrill Danny Shirley Eddie Shumate Billy Simpson Wanda Scroll. SHERER, DICKIE . . . lllulh am! Science . . . Band. SHERRILL, DANNY . . . .Bll,fj7I6'J'J' . . . Art Club. SHIRLEY, EDDIE . . . Bfnfiueff. SI-IUMATE, BILLY . . . Malb and Science. SIMMONS, SUE . . . Commercial . . . Y-Teens, PepCats, junior Historical Society, F.B.L.A. President, Choir, Musical Varieties. SIMPSON, WANDA . . . C0mmen'iaI . . . Junior Red Cross Representative, Sunshine Girls. SIPES, -IAMES MILTON . . . V0t'c!fi07Idl Arfr . . . Choir, Boys' Chorus, Transfer from New Orleans. SLOCUM, FRANCES . . . I0lll'IIdfi.l'U1 . . . Publications Staff Editor-in- Chief, Girls' State Alternate, Quill and Scroll, Art Club, Y- Teens, PepCats, Choir, National Honor Society, Delegate to A.H.S.P.A., Literary Editor for Wfildcat. Hi Comet Columnist, Musical Varieties. SMALL, LUELLA . . . Commercial . . . F.H.A., F.B.L.A., Monitor. SMITH, BONNIE SUE . . . Crim- lzlerfirzf . . . E.B.L,A,, Monitor, F.H.A. SMITH, MARY SUE . . .Conmzerriazl . . . F.B.L.A., Transfer from Mount St. Mary's. SMITH. RAYMOND . , . Alurir . . . Band, Librarian for Stu- dent Publications, Art Club, Thespians, Home Room Secretary, Dance Band. SMITH, TOMMY D ..., Efzglirb . . . Home Room Reporter, Vice-President. SMITH, TOMMY R .... Malb . . . Senior Cabinet, Quill and Scroll, Home Room Reporter, Publications Staff. SOSEBEE, ALLEN LEONARD . . . Murir . . , Concert and Marching Bancls, Band Captain, Hi-Y, Thes- pians, Homecoming Royalty Escort. , .af so ,, Q' no rj 3 ., 10' ,ji 115 , ,,,, Smith, Tommy D. yr' I Smith, Bonnie Sue . J f -me -s 1 ig 14 r 113- ' A 4' H . -lx I :lil ii 'f Smith Tommy R Slocum, Frances i W , ,,,, ":' ,f 4 taa caf ' P fa wi Q 'r 'J ' J: f P .Lf ' 9 Smith, Mary Sue ,gf XR W' 1 r , l lx fa Sipes, Milton -M--v S b All L d "" i,:' ose ee, en eonar Small, Luella fb Smith, Raymond Gadsooks! Is these here Wfildcats? 72 Spann Sondra g ,W SPAINN SCJNIDRA Y VCJNINI f IIIHIIIINI IJUIJIICIIIOHS Art I Ixtor Clurll md SC roll Scarntiry Art Club Surat rry Studant Coumrl Rcpruantrtrxn Ilurgmr of Snhool II13, X Inns I H A Intcr C Iub C oumrl SLQonCIPl1ccrn XX itcr C olors rn Art Contul SPCJCYNI CJI RAS fr zfmzzzl f Xrt C lub Xionrlorx Iiookuormx I1Im Crux PL1bIlCIllOllS 5TAc Ixb 'IFXNII S IIDXX ARD 1115111 I Public itrons Stiff S1 ANLI Y LOYD C HARI LS folfrn Iflilll Publl C IIIOIIS Stltf Plrotogxrrplur Shuttulnugw Prurdcnt L ll Ind rol SIXNIIIH IAN ALBIRI In uh Concart fave H Stanley ames ,dw Spoon joe Ray r- v 2 7 fdifbw 0:4 l' Stephens Sam 'aa fx Sucks amcs Q. Stmley Loyd Stokes Shrrley trozyk Brunon ww Q25 6' 3 mu Agff' Summers Robert '-vw Sugg Richard im NI mhrn mi unror 1 sr I L1 ug S IJHIMNS S XXI Holm Room I YLNI Ignt Irrg IC IL I Box Honorrblc Xlpntron AII Stun Iootbxll SICJRIS SHIRIIX Club I CL ale I um I B H I Lll mi Nrroll IkpC1ts Publlutronw Stltr Artrst H1 C omni St ltr XX rrtcr HIC rt Dr1II 'Ium SI RCDZX Ix BRUNON I I SLCC RIC HA SIILIIIL rr Qhun H1 H umor Rotrrrm Senior C rbrnct Studcnt Counul Rqrwgntltrxc Iunror Clusrml Lu un Vrcc Prurdent SUM 'NIFRS RCDBI Rl AI LFN L flu! unlor CI.1sslL1I Lu X lt N TALDO, HANNAH SUE . . . Commercial. TARKINGTON, LLOYD ..., llrzflv run! Science . . . Choir, Boys' Chorus. TAY- LOR, ROBERT ..., Harb and Scicure . . . Home Room Vice- Presirlent. Theta Science Club, junior Historical Society, Iunior Classical l.eague, Band, Math Club. TEMPLETON, DEL RAE . . . Cl0IIlIIlc'l't'fzI! . . . Publications Staff Columnist, Art Club, Quill and Scroll, TEMPLETON, MARILYN . . . Sm'ia1Sll1a'ie.r . . . junior Historical Society, Thespians, Band Librarian, Con- cert and Marching Band, junior Classical League, Y-Teens, Cast of "Brainstorm", THOMPSON, DALE . . ,Iiz1,gli.rh. THOMP- SON. TOMMY j .... illmic . . . Choir, Boys' Chorus, Con- cert and Marching Band. Publications Staff Wfriter, lnter-Club Council Representative. TICKEL, LILA DIANE . . . Enlgirb . . . PepCats. Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, El Circulo Espanol, Publica- tions Staff. TOXVNSLEY, BETTIE RUTH . . . Englirlv . . . Art Club, junior Historical Society, E.H.A. ,i I . ff""77 Templeton, Del Rae H Sir ' I' wi L 4 :.v-aim: W Tarkington, Lloyd -suv-'Y Templeton, Marilyn Fa Thompson, Tommy f. YW' Tickel Diane W if 'ad n - Dfw Qing.. Talclo, Hannah Sue Taylor, Robert 235 35 I 1'-J' , 'Q-An" U , ,-vs R aj 1,2 if xxX ,Xl 5 Thompson, Dale ,lx XX, Rings, Rings. Wlmn Has Our Rings? 74 Townsley. Bettie ctr- ' rw f , Tucker, john A TUCKER, JOHN . . , Iinglifh, TUCKER, PEGGY ANN . . . Mzzric . . . Girls' Ensemble, Girls' Trio, Choir Treasurer, Home Room Secretary, Senior Cabinet, Y-Teens, PepCats Drill Team, Glee Club, Student Council Representative, F.H.A. TURNER, ROBERT HENRY . . . Bfrrizzefr . . . Home Room President and Vice-President, All Big 8 First Team in Football, Quill and Scroll, Hi-Y, Honorable Mention All State Football. TUTHILL, CHARLES . . . Art . . . Manager for Football, Basketball, and Track, Quill and Scroll, Art Club, Publications Staff Cartoonist and Art Editor, El Circulo Espanol, State High School Press Award in Cartooning, First Place in Pencil Sketches, First and Second Places in Cartoons in Art Contest, Musical Varieties. Van Cleve Ralph Tucker Peggy Ann P Vest Mac Turner Robert Sy d 31 Q' 3 Walthall Marilyn cf c Q M 'Xt'-'ff' fm ,SF ci?-H8 fr ff? ' Tuthill Charles u i 541 AQ K 53' tr X S 1- 5 iiifilstk A Ward Farrell 38- 'K' Waters Betty Wfard Martha VAN CLFVF RALPH HARRISON Ln mee: Draunzg VFSI' NIAC llzflw Shuttcrbucs Band Publicltions WALT HAI l XIARILX N I 111 lllgl r Ll C ir ulo lswan ol unior C lissicil Lciguc Xlonitor Thcti Sticncc Club Cortes uondin Secretary Secrctiry Trcisurcr FBLA junior Histori til Society Iunior Red C oss Rcprcsentrtixc Iuture Teachers Hisroriln 'Xlttiontl Honor Socictx XX ARD FARRELL B im ii Bml XX ARD NI -XRTH-X Comuzczczzl C irls Chorus Sccrctiry PepCats Vice President Nmtioml Honor Society Intcr Club Council Represcntatixe El Circulo Espanol FH X Choir Senior Cabinet YTeens PepCat Drill Team NILlSlCllV1flCtlCS XVATERS BETTY Cmzzmeifml XVEBB, BERT '... Mari, .md Science . . . Key Club, Boys' State, National Honor Society. Tri Chem, 'lunior Classical League, Sen- ior Cabinet. XVEIR, TOMMY ..., S' mimi Slmliar . . . Hi-Y Sec- retary, Monitor, Tri Chem, National Honor Society, Publica- tions Staff, Quill and Scroll, Transfer from Conway. WEN- ZEL, HERMAN EUGENE . . . Pi'e-Elzlgifzewizllg . . . Heacl Film Monitori Stage Crew. Shutterbugs, XVEST, NORVELL . . . Pre-Iflzigfilzeering '.., Stutlent Council. Key Club, Tri Chem, Hi-Y, Monitor. XVETZLER, CAROLYN . . , C0lI1lIl61't'iz7l . . . Drum Major for Band. E.B.L.A. Vice-President. Home Room Secretary antl Treasurer. Monitor. XVI-IITE, BILLY XVAYNE . . . Speech . . . Tliespians, lfilm Crew. Publications Staff. XVI-IITEWELL, ALLEN . . . Ifzzxqizzeer 1Jmzz'i11g . . . Quartermaster for Band, Band Stage Crew. Concert and Marching Bands. XVIGGS, NELL DEAN . . . Ifizlqlirlw , . . Publications Staff. Quill and Scroll, Fu- ture Nurses, Y-Teens, Girls' Chorus, F.B.L.A., F.H.A., Choir, Home Room Vice-President, President of Senior Girls' Chorus. VUILBERN, FRED ...i llzzfir . . . Band, Publications Staff, Quill and Scroll. 9K S17 ...f Q' T "9-T l l gf' V' z W i I H Q N Weir, Tommy 'KL A 1 1 , ,als -Q.-.a - 435 sw 9 1.1-.asf if 5 'G' K whifeweii, Allen 4 X West, Norvell Wiggs, NelllDean A Q, , Wetzler, Carolyn Webb, Bert Wenzel, Eugene 2 '3-gf: Wfilbern, Fred 'Ll White, Billy Allen The loveliest night of the year. 76 f 5 r Q 'W' fm Wrlcox Lours WILCOX LOUIS 1 Art Club Band WILDER ACK lafb Home Room Vxce Presrdent WILLIAMS CAROL Commercml PepCats Drull Team F H A Y Teens Art Club I' BLA WILLIAMS JOHNNY Math and Suezzre Home Room Presrdent Student Council Repre sentatrve H1 Y Presrdent H1 Y Tn Chem National Honor S0 crety Math Club junxor Clssxcal League Transfer from Lrttle Rock WILLIAMS NANCY Ellglllh PepCats Glrls Chorus Chorr F H A Y Teens urll and Scroll Musical Va rretres WILLIAMS ROY NEEL Math and Sczence 4:-15'y Wrllrams Nancy W., "4 Wrlcler jackie Wilson Ollen Dee 4-'13 ,IJ Wrllrams Carol Wrllrams, Johnny Wrllrams Roy Neel Wrlson George Wmter Robert Theta Sclence H1 Y Inter Club Councrl Math Club Trl Chem junror Classlcal League WILSON GEORGE Mum and Ant Chorr Boys Chorus Art Club Thesprans Cast of Bramstorm , Musical Varretres WILSON, OLLEN DEE All Momtor, Band, El Crrculo Espanol, Art Club WINTER, ROBERT M Mtzlb and SCIWILE H1 Y, Art Club, Key Club, Shutterbugs, Inter Club Councrl WISELEY, MARTILLE Sona! Smdzey Natronal Honor Socnety, junror Hrstorrcal Socrety, Y Teens, junror Classrcal League, junior Red Cross Rep resentatrve, Future Teachers WOOD HELEN llzmr Girls Ensemble Monitor Choir Cast of Brainstorm Thespians Musiml Varieties WOODXX ARD SHYRRYL NIII Bnrzmrr FHA Transfer from Humnoltc WOOLFY BARBARA Sain! Slmlfer Pcpfats Boolmorms unior Historical Society unior Red Cross Rtprcscntrtixc FHA Choir YTecns Musical Va rictlcs VUOOLLY KFNNETH Smlzl Sflldlcl' Concert and Marching, Bands Drum Mayor for Band Thespians El Cirtulo Fspxnol Cast of Brainstorm XVORRELL NIKKI gh. -l Uv I' Wooley Kenneth UH in Q Young Sandra x Worrell Nikki 'F A? K Wood Helen 'ev WN Wooley Barbara Y D ljugllflv . . . Art Club. WYNN JAMES . . . Sfieme. WYNNIE PAUL. . . Martin and Sriefzve . . . Tri Chem Concert and March- ing Bands, All State Band Lab Assistlnt. YOUNC, SANDRA . . . CfllllI1lL'l'A'f.1! . , . PcpC-its. X -Teens. Cirls Ensemble I'.B.L.A. F.H.A. Home Room Secretary unior Red Cross Representative Glee Club Choir PcpCat Drill Team Musical Varieties. YOUNTS 'IANIICE . . . Ilofzlwmzhfztg . . . Fl-LA. YOXV GARY . . . Hub , , . Home Room President Student Council Represcntatixe Hi-Y Inter-Club Council. Wynn Paul Younts anice Yow Gary 'Tn T' ' Y Fir-if linux Cathy Crews, Carolyn Harvey, Delores Davis, Martha Wiirtl, Gretchen Felton, Rosie Shelton, Esther Clark, Brady Erwin, Betty Alberson, Dottie Ratcliff. Simfid Rout Ann Martin, jackie Morris, Betty Harmon, Peggy Tucker, James Beardsley, Tommy R. Smith, Gene Mateer, Margaret jolly, Bert Webb, james Nolen. Third Row: Gene Deresaw, Clifford Guess, Russell Cerrato, Bill Toland, Eddie Price, George Henson, Richard Sugg, jim Simpson. Srninr Qlahinvi lglama All Artiuitiva A Wildcat's Senior Year is filled with a whirl of activities and excitement. The Senior Cabinet is responsible for the planning of the gaiety. Members are elected two from each home room, to attend meetings and keep the other Seniors informed of the plans being made. The first of the year,s activities is the Thanksgiving breakfast, followed in the spring by the Easter breakfast. In April there is the Senior Play, for which the Cabinet assumes promotional and ad- vertising responsibilityg and May, the graduation month, is full of celebration and activities. These include the Banquet and Prom, the Class Day assembly, the picnic and preview. Plans for the May activities start as early as January. ' No cabinet order could work without faculty help. This year the senior sponsors were Mrs. C. R. Fearnside, Mrs. Jim Grimmett, Mrs. Fred Croom, Miss Katye Lou Russell, Mrs. Marian Phillips, Miss Bess Johnston, Mr. Jay Cross, Mrs. Eula Blevins, Mrs. Frances Smith, Mrs. Geneva Howerton, Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs. Nadine Marcum, and Mr. Joe Benton. As each student looks back on his Senior Year, he can thank his Senior Cabinet for the many memorable moments. Munch, mumh, at the Senior Entertainment .lids digestion. Brunch fn lime m 1112 lgvarm mr lezuw hvhmh 5 nut in hw Nathan Edward Rlce, umor who was scheduled to graduate vuth us m May, but lost has llfe m an automobnle accxdcnt last summer "Goodbye Sweet friend and fllgblf of angel! mzg flvee fo fby ref! " 80 O O O 6 A i 4 ' A x .rg 4 Y, ,z If I it ff Y . I . Art I Jlnztrurtrnn Uhr Idlag iT f Art If Qllazmnnrk Svrrnr II: Uhr Eanmuagv Arla M f.lF9558 My-JW '-2: ff x f 5 JVM Qf W Tr.-5 z Q XZ 'W lf ' ' N4 - f f , 5 , , ' f I- T - X hr , lf ' X Wim L. fff' ! ff iigx Vw X Q7 ...wa u J J. if I Q' 5 I i I' - 'I I . Wk U x , . J 394 'f 'Q f :gf u f ff 0 2 f xfixr' ' x f 0 0 f rg Z,2g Z ' Z .dyfxs I .uf ga jx Diagrams make the parts of a sentence easier to understand. 9' 0 T Mg Emgrama 12 Lwarn the Allll It might be said that the age of Shakespeare was the period that the English language came into its own. The world opened its eyes and took notice as William Shakespeare turned out masterpiece after master- piece for the theatre. Not too many years later the Bible was translated into the English language under the orders of King James. Ever since then our mother language has led the world in the art of communication through conversation and writings. Cullan Bryant Mrs. Vada Cowan Englirb Efzglirb ,4.f'ZQf.. G'-Q." 82 ,WS Vl2?9ff' q ' Q 1 mth 2 fm ,f 1, 1",m,m' A - Mrs. B. F. Allbright Mrs. Bernice Smith Efzglirh Ezzglirb qanriant ilivlaiinn nf math in nth It rs truly fitting then, for so much emphasis to be placed on learn- ing the mechanics of our language in school. We learn each part of speech, the relation of one word to another, and the Ways to express our thoughts effectively. A portion of the time is spent in studying the works of authors who have mastered what we are trying so desperately to learn. We see Dig this crazy sentence! 83 ,- 7, .. 4 I' English Hmm-this must be an interesting corner. 3Frnm Iii PI' that the English language can be a tool in our hands, a tool which has the power to relate the past and to shape the future. Sometimes the stilted style of old English writers seems like so much gobeldy-gook to the modern student of literature, but understanding all types of writings and learning to criticize them intelligently is es- sential in this course. 'iw 1 I btw Mrs. C. R. Fearnside , , - English -Q' u Ala. 'WL 0 84 x Mrs. Irma B. Wilson aturr, thv l I A fl I., I s I I V V rv' , . 19' I .f-""""X.. M. ,LA 413.75 ' Mrs. Sue Perry 4 "' Q Euglifb 1 jv, A 5 ilivrurh nf 'P 'W I Q The Card taitalog play!! an implartmt-'pglrt iniifinding the hook you .1 ' are hunting. , , " , ,, 7 I I A ,, T ' l ' - ' - ' l i , ' 1 X . ilHau'5 Erratum zmh Ehnuglym But itls not all work and no plav, for the time comes when Mac- Beth is interpreted and dramatized. If Shakespeare could see what NLRHS actors do to his masterpieces, he would surely turn over in his grave. Also, students enjoy trips to the library to gather information for term themes or to get a novel for that book report which is always due too soon. Mrs. Anne W. Browder Nix Sophomore has lived until he has read 'Tale of Two Cities". Engfjflg SXIRIE I SX. ' 'T' :ivjf at Fx -nas , gang.. aaa. Q 1, . -,f:5"lnnon: Q ,1.,:'llnq.,g ' '--III!" b:'.'.'::..::a."'Ull:' al,c':f.e .:'-:o."'lllu 'p' -' 0.4: '0:: I 'Ju ,:' s . . I.--.!:g.',' 'Nil OO O 'svn ,,.x ,ns Pete Scott, silk screen manager, watches closely as the delicate process gets under way. 3lnurm11i5m 011215525 lgruhurr Srhnul 1H11h1ire1iin115 lscthis supposed to be blue or grey? ,- Retoucliing was ri tedious job. 59 I ,f l JST A ,ff . ' Q1 X Q-' 'N J l l in V . SECOND YEAR IO URNALISM Firil Rout: Margie Box, Shirley Cupit, Sondra Spann, Frances Slocum. Judy Bennett, Betti Phillips, Mary Loeser, Betty Keathlcy Semrzd Rau: Don Legate. William Newby, Pete Scott, Pledger Monk, Billy joe Brown, Ray Hamilton, Raymond Smith, Lloyd Stanley Gene Deresaw, Charles Tuthill. Step behind the scenes of a play and you will find it takes many things to make it a success. This can be applied, also, to the Publications Department. The writers, who have a nose for news, the people who read galley proofs, typists, laborers of the silk screen art staff, photographers, and many others take up the job of publishing what they hope will be better and more beautiful than the publications of the year before. Not only does the journalism student do his part in putting out the Wildcat, the year- book, the Hi Comet, a bi-weekly newspaper, and the Flying Saucer, a mimeographed literary magazine, but he gains valuable experience and knowledge of the fascinating newspaper and publishing world. It takes many hours of work to make pictures, design pages, sell advertising, write Copy, mount pictures, read proof, and complete the beautiful silk screened division pages for these publications. "Man's work is never done", is in the air of the depart- ment as students stop work on the annual long enough to read galley proofs and make up the Hi Comet. A journalism student's work is not in vaing for a feeling of pride comes over him when the Hi Comet walks away with honors at the Arkansas High School Press As- sociation Convention, and when the Wildcat is presented, for he knows he had a part in making it all possible. MBS Kafye LOU Russell joumafirm For Arts sake. get 8 7 Nu, tliut's not right, my address is ..., Sports Editors Gene Deresaw and Ray Hamil Photographs William Newby and Loyd Stanley as ,N QU' x take dozens fri l,'l of pictures f 9 88 21,1 A Y ton mount pictures Art Editors, Sondra Spann and Annual Cover designs. Charles Tuthill, examine f-xi liditors-in-chief Frances Sloeum, BL-tti Phillips, and Judy Bennett spend Art editor, Don Iegute, cuts .1 stencil for silk screen. hmlh M the moummg hmm! O if Business m.in.1ger, Mury , tracts. Assembling Flying Suuceis is one of the many projects of the publica- tion department, I-'fr J Ron' Muir Alice fiolxert. S.ir,1 Cox, Marilyn Muttliews. P.1t Runes. Del Rae Templeton, Martha Loftis. Blrlnnra Iiddlt-mon, Tommy XX'eir. Kay llill. Nell Dt-.in XX'iggs, liner Briley. Charlotte Milliender, Susie Smith, Virginia Hale, Eddie Powell, Pudge M-wris. Tommy Cook. M.irg.iret Pickens. Brenda L'pdike, Diane Tilcel, Rosemary Shcl'on, Charlotte NcCullum, Linda Dunn, Pau Roi.: -live Ray Spoon, ,lim Huhlmud, Kenneth Schmidt, Kenneth Moody, Tommy R. .nitli, Lloyd liveiett, lim Stacks, Bi S ji Q X '01 4 u A 1 5, K Loeser, hundles many con- Stwmi Run: Carl Peterson, Sch.1rher. Tlvira' Ron: -limmy l Parks. Don Lcgate. I'-flllflb I..1rry Keesee, jesse Rogers. i I many l QC SECOND YEAR Ql'ILL AND SCROLL Fiflf Razr: Sondra Spann, Mary Loc-ser, Claude DeLoach, . Betti Phillips, Judy Bennett, Frances Slocum. Second Rout William Newby, Ray Hamilton, Lloyd Stanley, Pledger Monk, Charles Tuthill, Gene Deresaw. "' "' li. QL'ILL AND SCROLL OFFICERS President, Judy Bennettg Vice President, Gene Deresawg Secretary, Sondra Spanng Treasurer, Mary Loeserg Pledge L Master, Claude DeLoachg Inter-club Council Representa- tive, Charles Tuthill. fr-v , or , '9' , Uavzzhtxug Sviaffrrz Blair 1911111 mth Svrrnll M1215 Taken from the method of writing in Sl'1akespeare's age comes the name for the in- ternational honorary society, Quill and Scroll. This is one of the highest honors which can be attained by a student journalist since it depicts his outstanding Work for the Publications department. In order to become a member of this society, a student must have a 3.5 average or better scholastically, and a B average in journalism. His outstanding work for one or all publications is sent to the international executive secretary of Quill and Scroll and if he is accepted, he will receive a life membership in the society and will receive the Quill and Scroll magazine. The candidates are initiated at an annual journalism banquet, in an inspiring candle lighting ceremony representing the fields of journalistic endeavor. FIRST YEAR QUILL AND SCROLL Fir-.rf Rouiz joArin Lea, Shirley Kukydendall, Doris Covel, Pat Rains, Martha Loftis, Pat VUhite. Del Rae Templeton, Nell Dean Wiggs, Anita Davis, Charlotte Millender, Wy'nona Tucker, Carole Ann Moore, Second Rauf Cecile McClain, Tommy XVeir. Eddie Powell, Charlotte McCollough, Margaret Pickens, Rose- mary Shelton, Marilyn Matthews, janet Briley, Brenda Updike, Pat Birdsong, Janice Gooder, Linda Case. Third Row: Linda Gwatney, A. J. Anderson, Linda Dunn, Betty Anderson, -lo Ann Thomas, Margie Hamilton, jo Landrum, Sammy Blair, Shelvia Bell, Dianne Wilson, jo Ann Wylie, Patsy Elswick. Fourth Rau: Tommy Lukas, Don Wilbeszg Charles Derryberry, Bobby Turner, Tommy Smith. Kenneth Moody, R. L. Shantz, Franklin Pierce, Nancy Williams, Shirley Stokes, Don Legate, Pudge Schaber. ' W hh! if if Esta es una cabella Mnss Bermce Blankenshmp Spmll I md II Elwzv Qlmrnrh nf Svnanwh Llulturr Our Splnlsh speikmg ne1ghbors south of the border are responslble for many contrlbutlons to our country s culture and customs In order to understand these people better, Spanlsh IS an xmportant subject 1n the currnculum of msmy N L R H S students BCSldCS learnmg the mechanlsms of the lfmgufnge they are taught the Sp1n1sh way of hfe, lncludmg the1r h'1b1ts, thelr culture 1nd thelr old customs d1t1ng back hundreds of years Now how would you say Bmgo 1n Spamsh7 91 Clampnt went South of e Border A f' " , ' h 4 WJ .' 9 o ' v i . . , I L L , L . - ' ' . th . s ,, 5 y . ki- . , 5 ,. ., nf, - ' - . 1 I ' K fn". V f' xx '37, Q L , .Hs x i'v',".-- . I. I ,W 1 Mg.. 3 M I t V , Q S wx . ll lflli EE Q ,. FE' ll llill I urn' b "W-., Af: I gll' ! xi H if 'Wx Wig M gb' S. I' :nik -MW' V My I A 1...,,..M... . -. 3,1 .Ap J Wa vw P '15 . 33 5 ' . M . 221 . 3 , , 5 fi 145 I B.- SPANISH I: Fifi! Razr: Nancy Nations, Sandra Roberson, Carolyn Raley, Sue Spears, Geogia Wfitowski, Sue Smith. Second Rout Tucker Steinhmetz, Linda Noble, Virginia Xvilkins. Carol Stillman, Helen Sherod, Mary West, Brenda Upclike, Steve Wallace. Tbifd Row: Paul Rortes, Georgia Nichols, Tommy Weston, Rodger Whitehead, Glenda Zimmerman, Barbara Wheeler. Svpaniah Svpvakvra Jninvh 4 I Qlirrnln iiapannl Mexico comes to North Little Rock High School through the Spanish Club. They engage in Mexican dances, celebrating Latin American holidays, dining at Mexico Chiquito, seeing films and slides, games and customs, and presenting assembly programs. The club consists of two groups: the first and second year students. It has been established at N.L.R.H.S. since 1953. The meetings are carried on in Spanish and a fine is charged for speaking English. Guest Speakers are invited who know about Mexico. This year the club was for- tunate enough to have one of its members visit Mexico and bring back exhibits to the club. He also gave them information about things he saw while in Mexico. Fin! Rout Trcssie Beggs, Janie McAllister, joe Lamb, Molly French, Marilyn Medlock, Maureen Cahen, Carmilita Cullins. Second Roux Talph Anderson, -ludy Guy, Bonnie Ligon. Judy Cox, Ruth Merrit, Mickey Clampit, Linda Case, Suzie Dempster. Third Rauf Joe Bickford, Dean Head, Gordan Green, james Kessler, Stanley Greenwood, Buddy Mitchell, Lynn Leatherman, Georgia Knickerbocker, Dewey Johnson. i Fjfff' Roar Sharon Kidd, Vicki McDonald, Phyllis james, Suzanne jackson, Barbara Lamhurtus, Anne XY'iegand. Second Razr: Rosiland Tester, Shirley Stokes, Bern Phillips. Janice Smith, Pat Perrin, Betty Landrum, jan Skipper, Charlotte Millt-nder, Suzan McClendon. Linda Kay jackson, Third Rau: Louis Stracner Carolyn Terry, 'lim Sadler, Claude Deloach. Glhvar Sviuhivh Zlirrnrh ulturr The beautiful, romantic land of France has become very real to a number of students in North Little Rock High School who take French. For in addition to learning the language, they study the history of the country, keep up to date on its present activities and have pen pals in a number of French speaking countries. Any student in the French classes is welcomed as a member of the French Club, which sponsors many social activities during the year. Students enjoy learning this cultured language, for not only is it a French Newspapers are studied in order to kc-ep abreast of the French participation on the world scene. 94 FRENCH CLUB OFFICERS: Betti Phillips, Jim Sadler, H1 Mary Hubble, Bob Bradley, Bob Garlington. Mrs' Sarah e ms Frenrb and Latin 31195 1 121125 Jninrh E52 Glvrrlv Zllranraia musical language, but also it is closely related to English. It is not un- common for the French student to find several words in each lesson that are identical to those in English, except perhaps for an accent mark or an extra E. Another advantage of learning a language as alive as French is being able to speak it and use it every day. Many a French Student has mem- ories of the days that "conversation" was the assignment. It's surprising what things can be said in French! Razr One: Mary Hubble. Gail Allen, Janette Bell, Donna Albright, Sandra Ashley, Row Two: Sue Hamilton, Robbie Apple, Pat Hanks, Pally Harrell, Judy Hatfield, Sandra Cook, George Ann Davenport, Martha Cox, Kay Hudson. Row Tbree: Charles Berger, Ronald Causby, Bob Bradley, Bob Garlington. Barrsch, Buddy Pool, Edward Kitta. 'haze iflrarnrh nf Gllazair Eimw sinh lnngwea The classic language known as Latin was very much alive and in use during the age of Queen Elizabeth, just as it is today. Because Latin is the basis of all languages, it has survived the changes that have influenced the spoken word. Students have accepted the fact that Latin is the foundation for many things, and in Mrs. Helm's Latin class- es can be found those who would be doctors, lawyers, teachers, ministers, pharmacists, or musicians. This classic language, even though not a requisite for the professions, has been proven to be more than helpful in the specialized fields of vocation. Not only do Latin students learn the endless conjugations and deelensions of verbs and nouns, but they study the history of Rome, and in their second year of travail, they go into Caesar's accounts of his Gallic campaigns. When a student enrolls in the Latin class he automatically becomes a member of the Junior Classical League, an organization of all students who are taking Latin. Separate chapters of the club are organized for the first and the second year members, and each group has its own elected officers. Meetings are held on Wednesday mornings and programs are prepared by the students. This year the Latin Club presented two short plays in assembly to emphasize the importance of Latin in today's World. Since the purpose of the Junior Classical League is to stimulate a keener interest and a better understanding of the Latin language, some club programs consist of reports about ancient Rome, including discussions of the habits, customs, and dress of the Roman people. Each year a Latin convention is held in the state for all Junior Classical League members to attend. Everyone dresses Roman style, programs are written in Latin, and sometimes there are mock slave auctions to stimulate the atmosphere of ancient Roman times. Kon' One: Gave Bachus, Anita Davis. Pat Duncan. Esther Clark. Letha Belknap, Patsy Davis. Rau' Two: Betty jean Anderson, jo Anne Thomas, Connie Cum- mings, Sandra'Cook, Darlene Cross, Janice Blackwood. 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N b -2, .- W Svrvnv 2: Svnrial Svtuhivz ff Q I - Q V' A 9 Q Q' V mi? 34?-"2 f V figs kv Xlqu' T ' 55:1 N 5 W - 1 X . X 'XX iff' ffl if ' , Q '-- r x l , ., , in U XX! 1 ,,, Q5 .X L lx "f 2 f W W - 4"d gg f X8 f 1 ff ' is X 'J - 'x -Q ' x f X 5" 4.Tg5T' K- ff' ,,. 1 X l .1-e-'-'T - f":"'5 'Q-ff -L71 "'h' fb .Q " looxmg mm,,,,,mduHm: Finding out about one's self can sometimes get "you all shook". lgumaxt Qivlatinnz Civarhw the Ermnrraiir mag nf Ziff Disrupting the class distinction that characterized the Elizabethan Era, human relations at N.L.R.H.S. teaches us the Democratic Way, s 1 "All men are created equal." 3 ' V xContrastin to the lack of res ect for other eo le's church and - ' ,J Y litical beliefs, as during the Elizabethan Era, human relations tries to XY ' V ' each students how to et alon with others in order to lead a ha ier ,. s s pp P , D jlife. N . . ir , Q The students learn to understand themselves first in hopes they may J 1 " understand others. ' -st - . . . . bk ' 'J Y Q Each student is subjected to a aptitude and interest test so that he 1' p ' . J may have a background for the vocational unit on choosing the right N l. 17 , . , 2' Q' K ffqccupation for themselves. s - " I xg J- . Q' Human Relations is a character building course based on psychology. i wx! yi 3 J f 4' .2 . N' P V A' ,v . - yl' J Marian Phillips Mrs. Garland Beavers 'H Human Relafmm Humax: Relaliom wi Sk ez' 4: The Wide, Xwide XX'orld M ,. P 1 M 1 'h' m 'B U llvfnrld Geoigiviinlvyiiiizfl 1531121111 RL'ltIlj0l7J' Q9 at 4 I World geography played an important part in Shakespeare's day too. Queen Elizabeth was re- sponsible for many of the famous exploits which finally resulted in the settlement of America. The students of today can't board a Galleon looking for adventure in some undiscovered land, but they uncover some of the interesting places and facts about our world. News traveled slowly during the Elizabethan Era and people heard only news that happened weeks or months ago. The students of World Geography and Current Events are kept up to date by weekly magazines and daily newspapers. With the hope of making the world a more prosperous and beautiful place in which to live, the students study conservation of wildlife, forest, and minerals. During Shakespeare's time conservation wasn't necessary because of the vast land that had been discovered. The young adults of today, after studying this course, can realize the importance of protecting God's creation. maya! Q..,"i,Zj,2az gwwygw An election year at N.L,R,H,S. too .4 -ps ri-D' gl Inauguratlon comes to Wllclcat Hull vu televlsxon 'iometlmts lt I9 necessary to consult tht twchcr for the right HHSWCFS 'hr Lfiighmag nf The .Future I5 ni Prez In order to understand the present we must fxrst study the past Even wr1t1ngs of Shakespeare s day are up to date 1n the modern world Al though the envnronment changes, people remfun the same An Amerlcan or World hlstory student learns that hlS ancestors had much the same problems th1t cmst today The student of Amerlcan Hxstory, after studymg the flght hls fore father put up for 1ndependence understands the 1mportance of votmg epmg Amerxca a place of Democracy Mrs C R Ragland Amemau Gmfnzmenf Cozmwzczf EIOIIOIIIIFI and Hutory Mrs Grace Nelson Hzftozy -f 'M xxx! ...ei 9'5"-'H -ez 9? p- S-x 4,-'Y Mr Bob Halbert Mrs Lufla Curl Hmmy Hzflory tg -Qltghtvh hg Ihr Qlamp nf 4 xprrwnrv Patrnck Henry George Washlngton and other great Amerlcan lead ers 1re brought to llfe 1s the pages of hlstory unfold telllng of the l1CI'OlL deeds performed The XVorld Hustory student studles not only h1stor1c1l events but how cn1l1z1t1on hfns progressed The afffurs of forelgn n1t1ons begln to lnterest hlm 1s he re1l1zes thls m1y affect the Unlted Stfntes now and m the future AFDCFICQH 1nd World Hlstory make the student Want to keep thls the free md Wonderful country lt IS I know th1t country was huc. 1 few mmutts 'ago -TC' 103 - 1 O 1 1 6 a a ' . . , 1 , t ' 7 L K I L I. , . . . . . . . . . U V 5 N .'x L I ,X K Il, . ' t ' Y . F I s , ' ks ' - ' 1 , 4 ' - ' "K , . .O V , , V 'Kg' . .., Mipfg 'T -. ' , ' ' lf . .E 5. .- . H' .- lf , .tak l 4 M fs Le A -f-.-1 ,, ' swiss. I--Q1-Al-J,'l'gx1 . X --. gif ,A-f. , . ,K ,.. f' 1 QL? '-j- ...-, , .rg . .v- .' -WH . WM L, .. ' ' 'M , .lsr J' ., - . , L? f vvw-J JUNIOR HISTORICAL SOCIETY: Row One: Mary Lou Damon, Shirley Simpson, Georgia nn Davenport, Meldia Edwards, Bobby Bivins, Ann Hatfield Ellis Blevins, Letha Belknap, Patricia Morris. Rau' Tu'o: Harold Barnes, Charles Berger, jim Bush, Barbara Wooley, Gwen Foster, Dee Dee Scott, Pat Smith Marilyn Walthall, Betty Townsley, Melvin Atwood. 95? 5119512 Sviuhg the Qirftnrirell Iiewi Relics of the past help us to appreciate the improvements made in the modern world. The Junior Historical Society has studied history and enjoyed col- lecting historical relics, preserving historical material, visiting historical spots and writing essays for contests. The N.L.R.H.S. chapter was the first organized in the state. Ann Hatfield, Meldia Edwards, Ellis Blevins, Bobby Bivens, Relics 'lf fhs Pan Dee Dee Scott, Gwen Fostor, Mary Lou Damon, Charles Berger. .N 104 171ra+-f515"'7l'- Srrnr 3: L BEAM: rivnrr sinh illinihvmaiirsa Giy' gig!! , ,,,L ., .. Aj, f--f fi X A ' 5 Vim' sf Art the geometric way. Mrs O D Lawless Plane Geometry mtlhrutz Qirarn All the Hllgztrrwa For thousands of years men have been 1nterested IH matherr1at1cs and the modern human race IS no except1on Students at North Lltrle Rock H1gh School can get a taste of all types of thxs 1nterest1ng sub ject rf they so desxre Although many students Wxsh math had never been lnvented there are even more who enjoy the subject and hope to learn all of It they can Algebra deals wrth the knowns and unknowns of flgures To the new math student algebra IS a mess of numbers he knows nothmg about but by the t1me the teachers get through pumpmg formulas 1nto hrs head xt has become an 1nterest1ng game of flfldlflg the unknown number Plane geometry and sol1d geometry are the mathematxcs of space dealmg w1th the measurement and comparlson of lnnes angles surfaces and solnds As the student enters the realm of geometry he fmds that he had only begun to delve mto the back depths of mathematrcs It, too soon becomes an 1nterest1ng but hard bram teaser as he Works Mrs Paul J Howerton Burmexr Tmmzng JC' X X, Dlg thxs crazy Chnstmas Tree 106 1 Sr Nw Irg 05437 Mxss Bess ohnston Algebra II Solzd Geomelrj Trzgonometry nf the mnnhrrful mnrlh nf Math unt1r1ngly to cram knowledge mto h1s head lh1s knowledge wh1ch IS all worked out for h1m 1n concnse rules and formulas has taken hundreds of scholars thousands of years to put mto books thus makmg rt easler for the modern student As he emerges from the depths of geometry 1nto the sun lrght once agaln he fmds another long road ahead of hlm for there IS never an end to the learnlng of hlgher mathematlcs Busmess math deals w1th everyday problems whlch confront today s busmess world Here the student learns to compute percentages profits losses and all other aspects of the busmess end of math Math IS everywhere' No matter what freld of work a person plans on entermg he wlll flnd math starnng hrm m the face The engmeer the carpenter the mechanxc the doctor the house Wlfe the salesman and the teacher all soon dlscover that there IS a place m th1s world for math after Mrs Fred Croom Pllns cr tht future Cwmt ln rmghty handy Algebm I and Bu-mmm Authmenf ff' 107 i x 6 iv 'T4 I gg! Fnwl Razr: Tommy Smith, Pudge Schilber, Bert XX'ebb, Clifford Guess, Ann Martin, Dennis Bridges, Bobby Bivens, Bobby Taylor. Stwmd Ruin -liunes Durie, jimmy Ivey, Eddie Royer, Charles Clarl-1, Bill Toland, jim Hinson, Paul XX"ynn. Edward Kitta, Tfiim' Roux George Henson, Calvin jones, Richard Patrick, Norvell XX'est, jerry Saylor, Roy wlllll.l1I1S, Rodney Rice, Clyde Mclxfeans, Lawrence Crowder. Hllztih ilillainrn Illnrmrh at Qllnh Mathematics is one of the oldest and most fascinating sciences of the ages. Math Club members find solving a difficult problem can be just as satisfying as the Greeks did. The main purpose of the club is to pro- mote interest in mathematicsg its membership is made up of students en- rolled in advanced forms of math. Fiflf Rout Richard Sanders, Cl 'de Greenert, Donn Kerb , Garland Latta, David Grunwald, Brady Erwin, Carolyn Har- vey. Bob Garlington, jim Madldox, Lloyd Tarkington. Zerwzd Rout Herbert Abbott. jimmy Liles, Robert VUiriter, Gene Mann, johnny Williams, Robert Benderim, Jimmy Blackwood, Billy joe Glaze. Third Rout Charles Guess, Rod- gers jackson, Mac Vest, jim Simpson, Gary Yow, Henry Lee Roberts. A few of the mysterxcs of scxcnce unfold before the eyes of these Mrs Rheba Taylor student phwsncms pbwlu bmcc S r Fr1nc1s Bacon estabhshed the fundamentals of the laboratory method of research todays young chemlsts and physlclsts have more than thr e hundred years of sc1ent1f1c exper1ment1t1on upon whrch to The alchemlst of the Seventeenth Century 1n hxs attempts to turn lead to gold would be astounded at the modern student s knowledge of electrons, protons the nature of the alr, land and sea and 111 the well known facts of th1s atomlc mxnded age For many students chemxstry and phy s1cs are 1 pleasant but perxlous yourney 1nto the realm of the unknown whxch requlres many hours of tedlous work and h1rd study But when 1 person emerges from thxs trlp he 1S much wrser and understands h1s everyday world as he never ha before hh Xvlllmm RIPILY DLlllf1l., vuth Chumlcxls ln the lub IS .1 vncxghty mlttcr If 'U 109 1111111115 Emil linknnmnn are ztuhieh in Qlhvmintrg :mb Iihgmm base thei knowledge of the compounds of this unlverse. l N J If 'f ff' A I ww Kham Mr 15 T Cross Biology The world mf mfmlty bound the nucroscope i Mmlngg Cfbprnn A P Wxth the dlscovery of man s clrculatory system by W1ll1am Harvey 1n the 17th century b1olog1sts have been probmg deeper and deeper mto the my ster1es th1t the hum1n body holds Blology students c1n hirdly erfford to experxment on human bOdlCS as If w1s done 1n the Fhmbtthm fmge, so the bOdlCS of frogs, frsh, and eflrthworms proudt the proxmg, ground for then' theorxes Wlmen the study of the humfm body IS entered upon, Z1 pl1st1c memnequln IS ln troduced to the clisses and sect1on by sectxon If IS taken apqrt to fmd Osclr pxoxes to be m mstxumcnt of lclrmng for bxology students .N x,... 110 ,4 - fp-y .wt -,. 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D ARTIIIOPCDQ - ,f9jIT' ell Arent they cute' Ililinrlh In the Sviuhvnta Qu out just where e1eh v1t1l orgsxn grows In the study of plsmts, students brlng to cl1ss spec1mens th1t they hwe found Lewes flowers, weeds, 1nd even water contammg t1ny pleces of fungus 1nd 1l3,1e 'are plftced under mlcroscopes to be exfnmxned and 'nmlyzed A lot of study 'md exper1ment1t1on IS neeesmry to learn 111 the te1ch lngs of thls Course, but lf IS fun 15 well 1s work for the students And who knows, some of tomorrow s gre1test se1ent1sts 1nd b1olog1sts m1y be commg from the hills of North L1ttle Rock Hlgh School rt s thls vs ly Mrs Kult Bclxms Bmlngj lll Fiflf Ron: Shirley Knickerbocker, Carol Meador, johnny Wrxrwdard, Bobby Finley, Denise Bridges, Ronny Carlisle, Bill NX'right, Doris Carpenter, SUFUIIZJ Rout Georgia Knickerbocker. Pat Knickerbocker, johnny Griffis, Dickie Finley, Leo Stanley, Clyde Greene-rt, George Henson, Marilyn Walthzill, Sandra Shock, Gail Iflledge, jo Ann Fielding. Third Razr: jimmy Ivey, Dale Martin, Billy Haller, jimmy Bush, George Bartsch, Buddy Pool, Dennis Atkinson, Charles Cald- well, Rodney Rice. Fourth Rnir: Rodgers jackson, Roy VC'illiams, Julian Morgan. Paul jaworski, Edward Kitta, Byron Leverett, David Berry Gibran Maur Srirniifir ntvrvzi Theta Science was organized to promote further interest in all phases of scientific work. Any student at NLRHS is eligible to become a member after he has a petition signed by two teachers and several members of the club. Everyone is urged to complete at least one project each year. One of the highlights for all these science enthusiasts is the Science Fair, held for the first time this year in NLRHS. x v OFFICERS: 7' Byron Leverett. -lohnny Xvoodard. David Berry, Marilyn XX'althall, Edward Kitta, Buddy Pool, George Bartsch, Roy Wil- liams. 112 Contact . . . . Action TRI-CHEM OFFICERS: Lefl in Riglvfz Clifford Guess, Henry Lee Roberts, Sara Bridenthal, Nancy Morris, Wanda House, Rodney Rice. 'ri 01112111 iqunnrrh Emp Svrivniiata The modern day is often referred to as the "Atomic age." To keep up with this fast growing age, scientists are becoming of utmost im- portance. The Tri-chem is an honorary society for the future scientist. The N.L.R.H.S. club,s affiliated with the National Science clubs of America and was established in 1939. To be eligible for the club a student must have completed two years of science and maintain a "B" average in both years. The highlight of the annual banquet is the awarding of the Bausch- Lomb award to the outstanding science student of the year. TRI-CHEINI Roni One: Sara Bridenthal, Nancy Morris, Margaret Pickens, Carolyn Harvey, Wanda House. Rau' Tim: Tommy W'eir, Bob Garlington, Raymond Smith jimmy Blackwood, johnny Williams, Henry Lee Roberts. Row Three: Clyde Grcenert, Rodney Rice, Richard Sugg, Bert Webb, Garland Latta, james Nolen Run Four: Clifford Guess, Roy VC'illiams, David Grucnwald, Paul jaworski, Bob Bradley, Jim Simpson ef-ii Flr 15,1 ng, Tr1Chcm mrmbrrs bcgm rn therr Sophomore year ' CHYMISTRY LAB ASSISTANTS Rodgers Jackson Clyde Grecncrt jack Fruhour Paul Wynne Clyde McMeans if The vserghty side of Physxcs Svrrnr 4: Ulnmmrrrial sinh Hnratinnal 2-X115 ,gf-A W i AT-liv - lx gf? 6' 1 -TQ' fx - ,- , J-ff, -x f i! Ng, if ' ., f ,X KX Jy S5 , , 5155 ' FX g 4,15 I ' fig Jkt ,Q X .U ,h mx 5 ,. R N X Ji xl Y XX 'figs ,YR ' " f '-:Ta-T li " QQ 'B A n X X X XX 2 W ff , A X 5 .Xu Q , ,igf1f 1 XXX W K Exqgxx N X XXX b - gggg, i, g13 ea tr,--1 - Q-fx Q -f .ff ' - 'N N 115 Pot hooks md kettle hfmds Mrs Mrs Nadme 1' Marcum ' HI11III'I'II11I 5 After m1ny broken qullls 1 clerk m Shakespeares tlme would com plete hrs records fmd trudge we1r1l3 home Hrs hand m1ght be 1 httle stamed by the mk he used m1de of var1ous berrles The modern secretfzry at the end of Z1 busy d1y would cover the typewrrter close her shorthmd d1ct1t1on md return home unerware of her predecessors dlscomforts Mfnny a young secretary 'md C1v1l SCFVICC Worker Wlll remember the trsunmg she recelved 1n the Commercnl Department 1t N L R H S Shorthund I 'md H ty prng I and H bookkeepmg busmess tr11n1ng W W Mrllcr T plllg Adzmnrd Sbmlbzzzd md TJ mg I grnnnn auth Mrs Shlrlcy Meflll O ne P1 nine 4-L Q! .X , I u 116 Y 0 ,. 5 V' .- 2 f 4 1 J Q . ' Aff I K x 'V i 3 ' A . 5' r vb j , ' of - r f rp' .1 ' . 1 I . . , . L 3 L - 4 K 7 n L . . ' J " 3 , . . , . . , . . . L L 3 7 ! S 5 9 J" ff' 'ff lqun 7 Mrs. Vertie Baxley Bookkeeping p D Mrs. Charles Word Prrriarwz 'QJQPEIIII 'filllll Ufnhflg Sb0'W'fJ and several math courses relating to the commercial field are offered. After many hours of translating, transcribing Word after word and typing many lines, the student graduates with his diploma and a chance for a good future in office Work. After entering the military service, boys often realize the value of their Commercial training when they land a desk job. The Commercial department is a part of the efforts made by NL.- R.H.S. to prepare students for vocations, after graduation. Now you know hetter than that. A A flndlo 'Q'-., sss Dear Sir ..., The order .... Sue Simmons Carol Wetsler Delores Glynn, run an hupliratnr, take zhnrthanh punt EI Iehgrrz EH. IE. 333. A. mn hu The business world is run by leaders who have been trained for this purpose. The F.B.L.A.'s main purpose is to promote interest in and train students for the business world. Members of the club are business majors and have maintained at least a "B" average. The F.B.L.A. gives the future secretaries a chance to gain useful information. The turnover in secretaries is one of the largest in business world, giving room for all the potential secretaries still in school a chance for advancement. The club has been active since 1953. Inv! Rau Ioyce INTCIXIIYI Bonnie Smith, Delores Davis Ikiickey Graham FSEfElL6i:I:m D- C V , ,. Qlflll Ann Moore S L mf Rlllf Carol' XV'-lr B' fl - 3 v ,7 m-'ins' .hmm -PC Gcflffllllil Cxlbbsz Dottie Rltcliff Sara Bridcnthxl K Bn U1 Lf. ctty Harmon, Sue Bashaxs, Margi Bisc, Billie House Bll - A- Pl Il 51 1 Iirilyn XX 1lth.1'l, Tx-zanne llepgologe, Sandia Young, Janice Yours. Third Razr: ludv Raclm-of-1 llirglnlil. 1.11l,,4li?,S, ur ey bwlxu PMS, G bs First into shorthand. than to the typewriter, buck to thc busss desk. The modern world is operated by punch- ing a machine. One per turn4thousands per minute Assets and liabilities must balance in the budget. 119 Mr. joe Benton I!"00du'0rk Draw, erase-ask questions, erase-read it again, erase- mnnhmnrk, Autn Hlrrhanira, Hivrha In Shakespeare's time the industrial arts merely included the shoe- ing of horses, fashioning weapons and shields by hand from crude iron, and a few other minor forms of metal work. Today industrial art has come into its own as a profession. The village blacksmith has been replaced by the skillful auto mechanic just as the horse and carriage has been replaced by the automobile. The metal-worker who so laboriously twisted and shaped pieces of iron to make the tools and shields demanded by his customers world be amazed at the accuracy and ease with which today's students in machine shop turn out their projects. Be careful! It's bigger than both of you! Mr. Conway Wilson Marhizze Shop J aug, M634 Many btautnful frmw mm f ffyl U bfards ual Brewing lgrvpare fur Hnrahnwa M J O Taylor Auto Merbamrf Csnrpenters who slaned for many Weeks Wlfh l1ttle to cud them but kmves 'md ch1slcs would h1rdly belleve thelr eyes 1f they saw the p1eces of furmture perfected by the boys IH wood Work classes These boys 1n all phfnses of the voc1t1onal trammg program hold a g e1t idvanmge ox er the erszftsmen 1n the Ehzabethan age Besxdes hav mg iecess to the wonders of modern machlnery and 1 new Voc1t1on1l Arts Bulldmg the students ire under the expert gu1d1nce of Mr Tyler Nlr Ross Mr Benton Mr W1lson and Mr Taylor Also these boys hfue the snssurmnce th1t when they fxnlsh thelr tram ms, xn thus progrim they w1ll be prep1red to take then' places 1n the growth of the modern world of m1ch1nery whlch they hold IH the pwlms of the1r grease stauned hands It vsouldn t be auto mechamcs vu 1th ut greflsy elbows' Mr J K Ross llerlv :un If Dr llllllg 'Y-y f6'f"Q, x 121 ,. ' ' , 7 . 3 r. , . Q 4 o V , , V . . . . . . . . . T L L L V L . - . , 7 . , . . . , r . , . , . . . . V I . . . . - K . . . 7 1 . . . L . L - l ' ' f ' V o tj 1 '.. T. 'A 'V K7 Refxfell DP'.1IlfIIg I T u K X if . T P in , , , ,f xx 9 x f ,V - , 8. i ' ,sf V rd X f , s T .PJH 2 a w - ww' 10 ck tw Ml L Zi' las W f' 3 45" 'SWK Mrs. Martha Davis Miss Frances Rudd Home Emuowirf Home Emuomicf ,LQ MW ,,. Elan, Qlnnk, Swat, Elhwr- are th The modern housewife is no longer married to the home but is a homemaker in all senses of the word. . . . , . . In the Elizabethan Era the average woman had to stay home, slave over a hot fireplace preparing the meals, weave cloth to make into cloth- ing for the entire family, and care for the children. Now, however, with all the modern inventions a woman can cook, sew, take care of the children and still have time for outside activities. The Home Economics Department has the job of preparing girls for the main duties of homemaking. They first go into the classroom to learn to plan a well balanced meal and to cook it properly. Then they enter the shiny world of the modern kitchen to put their plans into action. After preparing the meals they are taught to serve the dishes properly, how to set a pretty table, and how to preside as hostess at a meal. Um ---- m doesn't that look good? nfs Qi 'riff Q' -3 1 x. 'fait . x cxw Hill-.HQ I Jgtllf EDUCQTIOJA -6 Q53 IMPROIEMENT f""'4 ww 4 QW' r FCALTHF UL Attractr e bulletm boards help teach neutntss rn hm use ktepmg unhameninlz nf Mnmrmakzng Cl1sses 1re 1lso held to tefmch the glrls how to serve at a tea the proper wus to srt strand 'md w1lk 1nd how to conduct themselves it partles 1nd other soelll functlons Instesnd of the trrclq looms 'md whilebone needles thit were once rn use todiy s teen 'age grrl h1s modern electrrc sewmg mfachmes w1th whrch to lefnrn the 1rt of mstlung fashronable clothmg After bfmstrng prckmg out thre1ds sewlng 1nd re sewmg they blos som out one dn 1n therr self mwde frnery to exhrbxt therr newest sklll After two ye1rs of constant 1nstruct1on and guldance the grrls emerge is qufzlnf d homemerkers ready to take the1r places ln tod1y s world Mrs Frmces Smnth Cucful D nt burn lt Home LLUIIUNIIKJ' C7 COO 123 or to l M H' 8V"!'."Vi5 L j A I ,E Midi T , K' lil M Y I sd! v . ,, 10 1 , I -, ,. U ' 'ar fi G ,. ' , ' f L ' x tx? . W s, .lp ,, 1 2, ' ev 1 . f 'vm 1 . . ,l 4 t , 1 O Q .N x. ff sm, L Tw .-1, ff -new vs' e ,,. X .V , Ak . E A . . 9 0 . 1 . t , tl' . , 4 , L s ,L 4 l V, -' . . 1 - . 0 , . . t t g . , . . K , . L - - 7 - . in . . , .. . .- t , . . Be Q- 1 0' '! 2- '- i' 39' It . 'Ex X, 131 K' xg 0 ,r r We ...... r e 1 l I! 1- 0 A .N x - :v X, .Q Y fs FHA OFFICERS: Ron' One: Chee Chee Cummings, Eddie Fuequa, Linda Kay Parkhill, -ludy Ray, Darlene Cross. Run Tivo: Celinda Shirley, Pat Duncan, Mary jane Tedford. v1 Ladies take tea. 1 ntvrreatvh Girlz alniwzh Zlluturv linmrmakrra nf Amerira So many household aids and devices have been developed since Queen Elizabeth's time, that now even the Queen of England herself would hardly consider it a task to set up house keeping. The Future Homemakers of America is an organization of girls who are learning the art of homemaking and putting into practice what they are learning. The FHA gives the girls a chance to serve at teas, luncheons, banquets, and style shows, and it offers an opportunity for the mothers to see what their daughters have learned in their Home Economics courses. One of the largest events of the year for the members is a state-Wide FHA convention at the Robinson Auditorium. Rau' One: Dorothy Kyzer, Ann Hatfield, Bobbie Arant, Dinah Sue Galt, Delores Davis, Meldia litlwards, -lanice Goode, Diana Cave. Rau' Two: Mary Ann Halloway, Martha Joyce, Gwen jones, Ramona Gresham, jean Head, Syble Kimbrell, Gathalou Owens, -lulia Dorris, liva Hudgens. Rau' Three: Betty Harmon, Barbara Hopkins, Evalena Howard, Betty Hastings, Margie Hamilton, Doris Covalt, Nannctt Bennett, limily Calhoun, Catherine Clark. Vi H G NVQ it l The imprc-mivc c.1ndlc-lighting service HUMEMAKF ll hstibtive . 1 Yhti ,:, I ues i 1 Q . --f Qi M 1 - ww' ....'V 6 My M if v.,. The new president receives her gavel. ' if L 4 ,vfggn ' ' Qi? F.H,A.: Ron One: Ann Hilton, Marilyn Henderson, Linda Kay Parkhill, Barbara Hay. Janice Haugh. Judy Mills, Joyce Mclilroy, Sue James, Joyce May. Rffzi Tzw: Joyce Liles. l..1YCl'l'lL' King, Janice P.1trick, Jacque Martin, Linda Moore, Ava Lowry, Pit Murphy, Linda Hendrickson, Mary Nc-ll Jones, Billy Jetton, Run' Tim.: Shirley Helton, Greta Robinettc, Sandy Raulcrson. Judy Raye, RoQttt.i Lumpkin, Pat Lindsey. Srrnr 5: Uhr 5Hiwe Ariz 1 Iv' - -I f D . AA- V- , .pN5 v - gk J 5 . .A .mln i X,'k C4 .9 W XX ,DU115 r QNX Q wx I MMA in 'L 1 7 :ii-u'i-' .ffx UTQ f S 127 'Nt I X NX 1 fx . ,: x WX' j X x H x ART CLUB: Razr Out: P.1riiri.i May, Carol XX'illiams, Marcia Grandon, Sondra Spann. Frances Slocum, Janie McAllister, Joyce Liles, Roselyn Tester, Rou- Trm: Fred Christie. Billy Hanlxins, A. J. Anderson. Betty Townsley, Alita Easley, Pat MCCaul, Shirley Stokes, Eddie Mcgee, Robert XX'inter. Rau' Three: Billy Smith, Don Gray, Caroll Guffy, Larry Kesce, Bill McHughes, Bobby XVallcer, Jesse Rodgers, Earl Summers, Bill Page, Rau' Four: Lloyd Everrett, Harold Barnes, Clart-nce NcD.iniels, Bill Johnson. Rvgnnlha, iliemhranht, illvuhrna-Uhvir Qlnunivrparta Paintings by Sir Joshua Reynolds, one of the popular English paint- ers of Shakespeare's day, are admired even today. His works are studied by the hopeful painters of tomorrow in an effort to improve their own techniques. At NLRHS, Art consists of two one-year courses. Stage scenery, house plans, pastels, oils, and water color paintings make up only a few of the various subjects studied by the students. The Art Department has several projects, but the two main ones are stage scenery for the Musical Varieties Show and the Senior Play. This year the department is proud to be re-located in a spacious Now this shadow .... OFFICERS Iffril Roni Sondra Spann, Janie McAllister, Pat McDaniel, Ray Hamilton, Mike Dean. , 'W 6 May. Serwzd Rout Clarence N0 "N NX ,mn aa 4' Mrs. Searcy Thompson "t V Ar! A royal task Svpltwh, Bah, emit Svkrirh luring new room vacated by the woodworking classes when they moved to the new Vocational Arts Building. There they have room to spread the scenery out completely, and the artists have more room to "splash" in. Art Club plays an important part in school functions. Members of rhe club make posters for school programs and projects. Meetings are held in class once a month and in afternoons once a month. Painters of the past are discussedg a speaker may be invited to give pointers to students entering certain fields of Art. Increasing in membership every year, the Art Club is now one of the largest in NLRHS. ART CI,L'B: Run Om: Del Rae Templeton. Betty Landrum, Kay Knickerbocker, Loraine Mclflroy, -lanice Mays, vlanelle Murchison, Carolyn McMillan, Caro- lyn Burson, Barbara liddleman, Kay Hudson. Ron' Tim: Carl Puckett, Martha XX'lntc. Carol Meadows, Cynthia Lowe, Shelvie jean Bell, Sandra XX'hisnant, XY'enonah Tucker. Becky Mason, Charlotte Kinsey, Margaret Phillips Rau Time: Mike Dean, Raymond Seago, Martha Joyce, Becky Burns, Sue jackson, Richard Conrad. Ray' Hamilton, Don Legate. Dempsey Nichols. Ron' Four: johnny Smith, C. l., Bryant, Ceybourn Gillam, George Fisher, Tommy l.ul-cas, lawrence Pegrim. Vernon Durnond, Ralph Smith. N, J " 5 VAT' 6 Y U Q n 'ity -sl BAND: Ffrit Razz: Carolyn XX'etzler, j. D. Sharfenberg, jimmy Craig, Gordon Green, Paul W'ynn, Serwia' Row: j. R. Brandon, Director, Dewey johnson, james Carmichael, Melvin Mobbs, Kenneth Davenport, T. j. Nelson, Dan joslin. Tf'i1r'J Run: Bill Vfright, jerry Roberts, Eddie Royer, james Bickford. Bur- ton Ballard, joe Henry, Pat Purifoy, Barbara Tanner, Melvin Attwond.Ff,14rz!1 Rau: james McGinnis, Betty Hand, Larry Martin, Tommy Mooningham, Eddie Powell, john Hoxx.ii'd, R.iymond Ray, Herman Thornton, Farrel XX'ard, Doyle Haynic. Iizfffz Ron: Marilyn Templeton, joan Gillispie, Linda Lewis, Lindell Claushy, Melvin Metlienx', Frank Vifashburn, Phil Houston, jerry Gruhs. Sixth Rout Gary Wfood, Gary Nt-imeyer, Richard Evatt, Charles Derryberry, Willie ,lv-ln W'.1ll.lCe, Mx1rgaret'Pickens, judy Doyle, Brenda Lyberger, Bill Hunt. Sezfenfb Row: james Stanley, johnny Basel, johnny Thomas, Don Milsaps. Eighth Run: Raymond Seago, Robert Green, George Bartsch, Dale Martin. E112 TEEIIUYI limi Hp the Spirit Sounds of stirring marches, dignified overtures, gay tangos, and ryth- mic selections are furnished to the students of North Little Rock High School by the "W'ildcat Bandf, The N.L.R.I-LS. band system is div'ded into four parts: The Begin- ning Band for first year students in usic, Training Band for further advanced students not quite experhi nced enough for the band music, A S D el-we f swf' Io 140' -...X '-rf' S s- 1 in - . BAND. Ifir 1 Run: Raymond Smith, Douglas Davis, ,larnes Payne. Bill Rhodes, Kenneth Vfooley. 5'trw:.J Rffzrz Don Baney. XY'illi.1m Avance, Fred Wilburn, Santlia YX'lllNl'l.lI1I. Dempsey Nitlwls, Tominy Thompson, David XX'ellhousen, Tflmtf Ron' Ray Koune, -life Conn, Qgailgitjiyygthlgyv Stanley Pullen, jo Ann Fitltling, Donna Tanner. l.lIl4l.l llawkins. Matlelyn 'l'tmpltton. Nelda Sue Fieldti. Ray Vlatltsoii, Dotty Spencer, David Goasm. Fornlb Ron: Linda Blasengame, Noiina Mays. Ct-tile NCI..1in, Rohhit- Apple, vlolinny XX'ootl.1rtl, Betty Vililson, Leo Smnltv. l.lIlxl.l Ball, Diane liallard, Stward Dornblaser, Marcia Owen, Fifth Ron: C.h.1ilts livans. Rebecca Muze-l. C liailiittt- Gross, lm lame-ry, Louis XX'ilt-ix, lltrimn Dean. S.llNll.l Rmvlt-tt, Helen Davidson, Ralph Anderson. Tommy Mittlitll, Clytlt- McMu.1ns, SIXIIVW Ron. XY'.irrtri fliwiw. l..irix Ktest-L-. Jim MCM.mn. liusrti Carle. Dltlilt' Finley. lillis Blevins. Bruce Dobbs, Tommy Johnson, XX'.1yne Gut-sner. Sfrerzxly Rffzl: Ciwrgt- Ciit-sluiin, Ogden Mailiugli, Russel Caldwell. l.mdy Sost-be-c. 'lavilifm' P.1P.1gwI'gt'. Paul Garrett, Don Howell, George jamison. Billy Hankins, Sonny Patti. Allen XX'liitxxell, lfzgfvn' Run: Fred Christie, -lt-sw Rogers, Cilautlt- Dt-l.o.1ch, Dub Craft. Football Band for experienced players who can march in parades and at half-time performances while playing good music, Concert Band for the best players in the band department. Nine-tenths of the Concert Band is taken from the Football Band. A band year starts off with summer marching for inexperienced band members. This is to get the band in shape for the first football game. In 2 ni? ,. A2 Mr. Raymond Brandon Inytrzmzenzal Mufir the history of the N.L.R.H.S. band no other band had ever marched at the first game until this year. During football season the band plays at all the home games and three of the out of town games. The band also furnishes music for Pep Assemblies. After football season the band busies itself for the oncoming Concert Season in which many concerts are to be played. The band usually plays two concerts a year, the Mid-Winter and Spring Concerts at home. In between the two home concerts the band makes a tour through two or three states playing concerts in towns along the way. This year the band expects to travel through Shreveport, La., a corner of Texas and back through Arkansas by way of Texarkana. k 1 . " M g jaw . A Q5 if-J as s a i 'iff Q' "L"'?'5"44l'iT'mH , sr i "'f""--n-., Can this note be , . . . Miss Dorothy Bridenthal Voral Mari: Munir lla thi: Hnineraal illangtmgv The music department of the N.L.R.H.S. is one of the most out- standing in the state. They cover all phases of music and sight reading. Many weeks of preparation go into making the Christmas program, Musical Variety Show and many other engagements by the choir. The music student can begin his career as a sophomore when he takes Glec Club. He begins to study the fundementals of music. Gllili Cl.l'B Ron Ont: Ann Hilton, 'ludy Goode, -lo Ann Purnell, Marilyn Coffman. Margaret Davenport. lNlargarct Moore. jamie Mays, Sandra Ashley, lout- Mai. liillit- l.cc lution, Kathv Bryant Run Tzw: Frances XY'illard, Bonnie Manasco, Priscilla Younts. .lc-anctte Anderson, Shirley Helton, Rccy Winter, ilo' Ann Fielding, Dt-lolrt-s Sherry, -lcanilivans, Virginia Shock. Fthcl Lee, Ylanct Kail Roll' Time: Linda L'tlt-y, l..1vern King, Sally Chism, .loyce Adams. Iitlna liitliling, Ramona Pilct-r, lit-.i Brannon, Susan Scott, Susie Campbell. Linda Moore, -loycc Fouslicc, -lackic Tilley. Rau' Four: Lavern Payne, Fay Holcomb, jo Ann liise, Sharron Myriclx, Henry De Cfuir, Stc-xc Stc-plicnson, Benny Fletcher, Danny loxxnscntl, Crystal Huic, Vfilliam Cypcrt. M-.4-..-.+V w Eli -1.51--an-.al 'T V " Cathcrlne Clark Sue Harness oyce Aldrrdgc Alxctz Faslcy Sandra Xoung Shclra Golden Mrry Ann Hollway Par Runs L, nett Mary Alrce Colvert Zoa Ann Frmexson Suzanne Rcplogle Cathy Crews Carolyn Harvey Helen Wood judy Radncdge, Kyzcr Pcggy Tucker Elghteen lovely volces blendmg together form the G1rls Ensemblc The group entertims 1t varrous clubs and socml functrons, 'md per forms 1t the 'mnu1l muslcal v1r1et1es show and other occfnsrons at school. The ensemble IS rrnde up of grrls chosen through try out by thelr knowledge of vorce 'md musrc, 1nd rherr 1b1l1ty to Slghf refnd Boys mterested rn musrc grve therr trme and talent to makmg the Boys Chorus 1 success The group YCCCIVCS trammg ln s1ght readrng and lpprecmtron of all kmds of musrc The enjoyment of smgmg together rs dnscovered 1nd the boys begrn to emov musxc more SENIOR GIRIS CHORUS CJ hr 1 u Oxxrn uc lXI1lllL4lll'lk x If rr T110 Ixtll Dun Wlg s rm 1 C1 t n Rrmonr ll't.Nl'Il!N Blllll Hr use Dulorics Dnvls, Me Ll Bxxttr Mrrthr XX ml Ptggx Irng, Prt MCC1ul Carolee Carrmgton Rfu Three Lmcla Dru 1ul Bessrt Ourts Mrrgie BISC. B0l7l3IL'c3-ll'7dI'1 Olr Ice Rrchrnls Buhlrr Hnpkrns Nmcy Vlll11lTl9 Lmcla Ball Dorothy M1115 , ' ' ' , f ' , 'z 1 , , ' ' ' , , A . . . . , , . . . . . . Lv 4 . . . . - liffltfmz Razz. IJ! In r-iglvl: Mzrryncll Rniney, Shirley Cupit, Mickey Graham. Joyce Rnmho. Pat Krnley, Vrrgrnxa Hale, Fillllflt Tucker, 'At All 'A , C351 w j rj. M : 'A 'Q '74 gi. IQ l. ,l'fu . Q . C " . . A Y P. lb . Q . 'H' ,l v, . . . ' ' . J 1 ' - -'z , A, rr , I.. 4 l"1r.' Ron' Janie MCAlister, Helen Davis, Mary Helen Gwatney, XX'illette Alton, Sue Hamilton, Helen Hall, Donna Albright, Phyllis Alnmes, Glenda Zimmerman. Dana XX'irt, Anna Katy Snow, jo Ann M.1yse, Margaret Brown, Deana Cole, Neva Stringfellow, Suzan MC- Cle-ntliifl. Ruiz Tuff: l.IIltl.l Cole, Susie G.tsv,tw.iy, Clmrlotte McCullough, Betty Anderson, Mary Ann Evans, Helen Burns, Sandra Cook, 'loyte I,intls.ty, Mary Jw XX'.tllter, XX'ilm.i Rmxlings, Carole Toole, Dctn Strotitl, Velta Garrett, Cttrolyn Clarlc, Suzie Jackson. Rau' 'lwlvreei Gaye littlitis, lieth Al.lI'lIIhl.llL', .lgtckie Rose, P.tultiDt1niels, ,lean Head, f,h.trlene Courtney, Mrlry lningrell, Sonia Mobley, Doris Leigh, Pat XX'ooley, lint Puelqett, Shirley Rowland, Toni Sttrler. Ruiz lfunr: Gergilene Clmntller, Illizztheth Tliomas, Rogc-n.t Sims, Peggy Foster, Margie Htimilton, lSrend.t Hunt, Tommy Mitchell, jimmy Stttnley, Larry McSptttltlen, Harmon Holtomlv, Don Ke-ese, Sue Sutton, Glenda Gately, Ann Gmhiim. lv Beth Clark. B.trh.tr.i lones. Gwen Trawiclc, Vickie lint: Rott: Gail Allen, l.intl.i Lyles, P.tt Duncan. ,Io Ann Thomas, Connie Cummings, Q Sttwr1.fRou: I.eth.i Belknap, Emily Allred, " MCDon.tltl. rltilnette liell, wlutlv Martin, Cilentla Healey, Gwen Nichols, Carolyn Roby, l:ll1.ll'7L'll1 Gtillett. Rosalintl Tester, l.orr.tint Scruggs, Martha Cox, Mary Pinkerton. Harper, KJV llutlsoti, Pat Mailts, Cove Daxis 1'f'i1rtf Razr: Freda Mae Myers, NeX'.1 Linda Cast Marina Green, -loyre Sales, George Davenport, Carolyn , V V Stringfellow, ltnell Murchison, Sue Paxton, Jo Ann XX'ylit-, Sue M.titme.tti, l.in.l.i Murr.ty, lfxelxn Hoxxptitl, Brenda Owens, ,lim Olee Neuron, Mary ,lo l..intlrum, Anit.t Skinner, janet Brilcy. lfff:o,'o Run: l.ois lllaktlx, Mary Hiihhell, 'loyee Daniel, Linda Davis, jo Ann Lewis, l.ynd.t lioxveis, Betty Hogan, Kgy Hill,C,1rol Driskell, -lo Ann Boutlrit, l.intl.i Smith, Hettv l..lHtlYLlIll, Hohhie Reese. Frflh Rott: Mary 'lo Bryant, Betty l.ou Pitts, Susan Clinger, Shirley Simp- son, Sue Caple, faoolin Plus, Georgia Shirley, ltniec Sanders Sivlfv Run: limes Sipes, Gent' Broun, Dclhett Herman, BOYS' CHORUS lffi' I Ros. 'l'rt::'1.tn Mitchell, limmv Stanley, jerry Goss, Franklin Pierce, Lloyd Tulxington, limes Nolen, Bill MtHughes, joe l..1mb, Crys- tal Huie. Bill Cixptrt. Strffr1J'Rff:t. Tommy Cook, George XY'ilson, A. 1, Anderson, Boh Garlington, Kenneth iXluotly', john Paul Hard il fn -..f ,cl f castle, Delhtrt Herman, Tommy Thompson, Danny Townsend, Benny Fletcher. Tl'-:v.I Rott' Milton Sipes, Gene Brown, Hohhy Clement, Henry DtQut-tn. Divnny' Keese, Harmon Holeomh. Sherrod Myriclz, Stew Stephenson. l..trry McSp.idden, Milton Piper, james Green. nj 1 fl fr' 'fl i '7 ' X D ' E2 S X ' N , 1 Q 5 ,-gf 1' I 4' I K ml B! :E ! -I M A , 4 Wi V 'W f ' W-'T W' wr f"i"""ii 5Q' 5' nf: . "Di ""' if 5 'Q v av 9 ill 'Q E f E ' ff N! FE? 5 U ' c i , agp,-fe,..,,, lmqlm 1 ""'llUlanq-,, ky. ' mv, FW I 4 ! f ffiifff i ?ff7?? f ' e x , fl X its - K If 5' x' 'lf ... - .,. A l .r Q LA' Y , f-"L, "I Could HBVC Danced All Night" "On the Struct NX'l1cI'c You l.ivc" Glnmhinvh Olhnira Qbffer Zllnrelfft nf The highlight of each spring season in North Little Rock is always the presentation by the choirs of the Musical Variety Show. Using "My Fair Lady" as the main theme for this major production the choirs staged songs from the Broadway show including "I Could On board the "HMS Pinaforeu 'Get Me tu the Church on Time" Ernutg sinh Svnunh in illlluziral Harirtirn Have Dnnced All Nightu, "On the Street Where You Live", "Get Me to the Church on Time", "I've Grown Accustomed to Your Face", and "With 21 Little Bit of Luck." For the first time in the history of the Musical Variety Shows, the "Open Your Heart to Spring" 'Y' 139 ,f,f:,F fc on A, tri I'm the Monarch of the Sea" The combined boys and girls choruses harmonize on an old favorite. Junior Choir took on the responsibility of producing an act of its own. The Gilbert and Sullivan operetta "H M S Pinaforeu provided the theme as the Junior Choir sang and staged 'QWhen IWas a Lad", "Sir Joseph's Barge", 'Tm Called Little Buttercup", "We Sail the Ocean Blue", and "I Am the Monarch of the Sea". The Grand Finale hrings down thc Curtain on the 1957 Musical Varities. Make-up a vital part of any play. Mrs. jim Grimmett Speeds and Drama Ialrutvh Glam iiivarn Smvvrh aah Emma The Speech Department is divided into two separate courses. First year speech, or public speaking, deals primarily with the arts of good speech while second year speech, or drama, teaches acting, play produc- tion, make-up, and costuming. The Speech classes work in all phases of the entertainment field from presenting plays and programs on stage, assemblies, radio, and television, to student directing, staging, scenery, make-up, costumes, and working the properties. Something new was added this year when a major production, cast exclusively from the speech department, was presented. The Senior Play is the ultimate towards which Speech students are any senior is eligible for a part. working, however, Behind the SCCDCS many things must be done in preparation for the play. ..--2 IA , g f' , v' 'vi I , i . .. i lg E.. 5 n A W aw 575, 'fail igfifigiiff 2512, f 4 ' , iff ji, ,kiwi '41 ,vlrfg L .y . ,. . yn... ,..., , ,'.....u',.A ...uf ,M Q0l10.' 09' '40lO."0" fo.. ff -as .e ,. ab f,'.-4. .1 us, ...,,., 5 -. rfb... .-.....,f , new-0 N' 'Whitby .' -...Mu X NMOCQQ, ' nn-au." ' 109, uno.. "' 4 1 Vx 454 Wa ,w f ,,,,,,,,,,.f ...uf Jig? f , 1 w X ,J Oyuuoon' 1 ,A "0of,.oocn ,, M, A 'Hoy-4.u.3.Q.l Ap,,,.u....,..:, ,,3...........,., ,, ...wwf-..... ,. 'Coq lOlQllOl.nI up.. ........,,.- .. ... ....... enm- vu.-.nga--V NN, f::::..n.-tween. 1 .lfg-Z......--.I.T1H ' ' . .., ... ,A ...g-. nn'- fu " IOC : W ni? im f' wtf-,ZZ xy, A 6. A . Q ' i ' ' 'ftn ' ffl .sa p ' ,Q vfii a,f4fg5Qv,Z I I V f if ' if K WM' ' 'ww wil 1 , , J' " New Thespian members vow to uphold the high ideals of Thespian membership. Y K A., an i B, . .. - ,..,.,- .mg-dun ,AS THESPIAN OFFICERS: Ltff lo riglvli jimmy Darden, Pat Rains, Betty Keathley, Anita Davis, Gathalou Owens, Pled- ger Monk, julia Dorris. Glhvzpianz Eiunnrrh Gbuizianiling lrnupvra The Thespian Society is an honorary speech organization devoted to the purpose of creating an interest in drama and in developing the dramatic ability of students. Any student may become a member of this society by maintaining a required number of points, which are acquired by participating in certain activities, such as stu- dent assemblies, speaking parts in plays, appearing on television. The life-long membership fee of NLRHS Thespians, established in 1929, is 51.50. The fees are used for the further development of the national society. A state convention is held every year, meetings are held monthly. Plans for the production of plays are discussed, and there is also a planned program. Sponsored by Mrs. Jim Grimmett, the Thespians have an annual banquet, parties, and have many good times as they Work together. Fifi! Rffzi: Phyllis james, Zoa Ann Frierson, Pat Rains, julia Dorris, Sara Bridenthal, Anita Davis, Betty Keathley, jim O'l.ee Newton, Kay Hudson, Betty Brvles, Pat XX'hite, ,Ianette Bell, Polly Harrell. St 'i'f 1 nd Roux Charlene Harrison, Susan McClendon, 'lean Head. Gathalou Owen, Glenda Zimmerman. Betti Sue Phillips. Gretchen Felton, Rosemary Shelton, Coye Davis, Ethel Mae Burton, Hp-len NX' cwiv d, Mary Ann Holloway, Marilyn Templeton. Third Ron: Kenneth XX'ooley, Ray Koone, Billy joe Glaze, Arlene Hartwick, Shirley Emmons, jerry Saylor, Carolyn McPherson, Ray Hamilton, Delane Holmes, Judy Ray, VC'ilma Price, Meldia Iitlwards Ffumli Run: Milton Piper, Richard Conrad, Lindy Sosbee. Pledge-r Monk, jimmy Darden, Kenneth Moody, Bob Bryles, jimmy Craig, J D, Scharfenherg, james Nolan, Mackey Faulkner. fm .asm 51 'x ' 1 ff . fill W' 7 . 4 wi 4 I ,qi f x 'L ,F ,, 4 s v 'R ,, F N I Pwr ., ff - K, F, -., TQ' Q , If ,A 2 3' , 4 f N 1 2 2135 i F'- J 1 ,1 ani in-1, "fm-.051 . .., .wx . ff M, i 'S P' v 2 ,pf -sf V V bf A n is 1 1-1 : .1 ,A . vs diy 'f 'i RSX HI 'Y 9 -ab' f V J sniff Jgga Svrenr E lghgairal Ehuraiinn xg, v., - .. it 5 'Q ff' 2' X l ff N5 131: X - 1 ' WH 4 2,71 ' n W . L X 1 . .., ' 1 -, - , " "' . - M X? 5 X S , ,, gum' 3 f ww L f ' 'f xx, X gn if f, 145 -L Mr. Raymond Burnett Mr. James Bohannon Foolball Coaching Foollaall and Barbellmll Director of Athletic Program Boys' Physical Education pb, .19 Mr. jack Mitchell Foollmll and Track Boys' Physical Education linighia nf milhrat Mill hnilh heiivr hnhira Building strong men of tomorrow. the Physical Education classes of N.L.R.l-l.S. give the boys a i chance to keep in shape physically. The five P. E. classes play all the seasonal sports including football, basketball, softrball and track with trampoline as an added feature. Calisthenics, a body building part of P. E., is a daily activity. james Bohannon and jack Mitchell, alternate as instructors throughout the day. , . - ,...l4 Blahirz hvuvlup grnrr emh akill 400' 'X ,f""" tu iff, f js.. i , 1 Miss Margaret Downing Physical Education for Girls Football, usually considered a boy's sport, is .tn important part ot' Ciirls Pliysittil litluettion Progrnin. A number of other sports make up their uourse of stutly. The girls tlress in the schools tolors ot' royal blue shorts. xxhite sllirts. .intl white tennis shoes. This course helps to tettth sportsmunsliip .mtl lmsit l1e.iltli rules. iw Q' wr A A 4 + n , " -i A J' .J ,.-f J sepsis, .1 , V -. , o as L t A 4 gig a. ,,s 'fiaiiifli Harm, 2' .'L'5:g- 5325 t ,X Charles Eagle Back Q N 2 Year Letterman 1st Team All State 'Sr wikis if A... .Asn- Q' ,9'!.'-S4 F' Bobby Turner Henry Roberts Center Back 2 Year Letterman 3 Year Letterman lst Team All State lst Team All State TROJANS FALL IN SEASGN OPENER Subracco s less experrenced Trojans pulled rnto North Lrttle Rock for a one night non conference performance rn Wrld cat stadrum and left with a 27 0 defeat on therr records Quarterback Henry Lee Roberts tossed the oval to end Gene Deresaw for the frrst score of the game Center Bobby Turner converted the extra pomt In the second perrod halfback Sammy Coulter recerved a pass from Roberts and sprrnted erght yards to score Turner s krck mrssed hrs mark In the thxrd quarter veteran halfback Charlre Eagle took a quick prtch out and whrpped around left end then dashed rnto the end zone to score Turner converted for the extra pornt 20 0 In the frnal perrod of play the Cats alternated a long drne wrth Cerrato Eagle and Roberts brmgrng the ball to the Trojan erght Roberts called a keeper play and toted the ball across the goal strrpe to score Turner agarn succeeded rn clearrng the goal post for the poxnt after touchdown The Trojans were stopped at therr pass attempts and gamed lrttle yardage rushmg but were persrstent through the game Coach Burnett s bench reservrsts completed the last quarter of play and held the Trojans to a standstrll Eagle Moves for Yardage 148 I G tw' rj rg' ' E f I I I 5? r 4 V' ' I3 r fs ,K j -9 I -'Q' ag: 'F ,F-Ts Gene Deresaw End 2 Year Letterman 2nd Team All-State Sammy Coulter Back 1 Year Letterman Honorable mention All-State CHICKS FALL TO, along with a North s aggressiveness Cats second powerful game of the defense, Right Eagle touchdowns for the Wildcats punt put the the three where was wide. The first ball on the the he crashed Early in the second quarter scored once on a plunge from the five. Turner's kick was good later intercepted a Chick pass on their 35 and ran it back score. helped Eagle and Coulter drive Shortly before halftime, Henry down to the Blythville two yard line. From there, Roberts handed off to Eagle and he dived over the line for the score. The Cats started driving again in the third eriod. Eagle made a crash into the end zone but a backfield in-motion penally nullified the play. Later in the period, Coulter broke from the Wildcat 43 yard stripe and powered through the middle, but his run was nullified because of an illegal motion penalty. n I In the final moments of the game 4 rts passed to fullback Russ Cerrato, who was downed on the one 'd ine. Coulter slipped through the guard slot for the last score of the g e Coach Burnett placed a total of 36 on the field during the game, using almost all of the reserves. ' t Kenneth Schmidt Tackle 2 Year Letterman 2nd Team All-State W W farmvw it 'QM get Brady Ervin Guard 2 Year Letterman 2nd Team All-State T 19 Russell Cerrato Back 2 Year Letterman 2nd Team All-State "lungs Hari' Pat Richardson Tarkle 1 Year Letterman Honorable Mention All-State J defeat. Kenneth Moody End 2 Year Letterman Honorable Mention All-State 5? CATS TRIUMPH OVER CAMDEN lvprv H Sam Stephens Guard Honorable Mention All-State ourneying to Camden for a non Big-8 grid contest was profitable for the Wildcats as they showed the Panthers a 56 20 Backs Charlie Eagle, Russ Cerrato and Don Stephans broke loose for long touchdown runs, scoring two touchdowns each In the fading moments of the first half, alternating quarterback jim Sadler tossed to Sam Coulter for a 26 yard touch down play. Don Stephens made a tally on a pitchout from M. tl. Probst, marching 61 yards for the score. The bench reserves finished the game, scoring three touchdowns in the last half. Russell Cerrato sparked for the Cats in the early moments of play, striking the Panthers line hard, gaining vital yard age and led the Cats to their first touchdowns. Charlie Beavers finished the first period of scoring as Roberts tossed 25 yards to Beavers for the tally. Bobby Turner made one extra point and 'lack Freshour ran one over. Calvin Roper sparked for the Panthers in their attempted comeback effort, as he tossed for two touchdowns and kept them in the game with 11 completions out of 30 passes. Roper pulled the Cats defense in close and kept the reserve and first string boys running. Eagle scored on a hand-off from Roberts and blasted through the Panther line and raced 54 yards for the touchdown Coulter rounds end. 150 Q-47 j ,a-400' Billy Glaze Tackle 2 Year Letterman Honorable Mention All-State JPG M4 ill Bob Garlington ' End 1 Year Letterman jackie Montgomery Back 2 Year Letterman Honorable Mention All-State 1 4-sf" CATS MARCH PAST EL DORADO Victory was in the air as hundreds of North Little Rock and El Dorado fans crowded into Wildcat Stadium and saw a passing game spark for a hard-fought 18-7 Siders over the El Dorado Wildcats. for a total of seven out of ten passes through the air. Sammy the Wildcats, scored two touch- downs for on a 65 yard sprint, the other was on a dive In the Russ Cerrato returned a punt to the ran into a solid wall and were the Cats' side as El Dorado was called down on a kicker. This put the ball on the 30 yard line. A couple of and to Coulter moved the Cats down to the eight. They didn't falter this time 'as Gene Deresaw in the end zone for the first score of the game. Bob Turner's conversion try was North Little Rock marched yards of the Coulter returned an El Dorado punt to take the ball to midfield. From there Eagle and Coulter, with the he of Mont- gomery, moved the ball to the three. Coulter c ' tit to . one and then he burst through right guard into the end zone. ' Roberts returned the opening kick-off of the second the N. L. R. 35. On the next play Coulter cut around left end the help of Pat Richardson, speeded untouched into the end The El Dorado game was the hardest to date for s of Coach Raymond Burnett. They had coasted by the first three teams but El Dorado gave them a hard fought battle. jim Sadler Bark 2 Year Letterman Honorable Mention All-State i C f .v FA C feet 'zen jim Hmson Guard 2 Year Letterman Honorable Mention All-State Charles Beavers End 1 Year Letterman A ' , David Bowen Tarkle 2 Year Letterman 1, 1 lkrofr SPRINGS CRUSHED BY CATS It was homecoming for North Little Rock and a huge crowd jammed Wildcat Stadium to watch the Wildcats power to a 38-7 win over the Hot Spripgs Trojans. 5' The Wildcats won the toss and elected to receive. They went 62 yards in eight plays to score. The climax came when Henry Roberts gave the ball to jim Sadler. Roberts then eased out to? the left side lines, took Sad1er's pass, and sprinted into the end 2006. Gary Yow's kick was low and the Cats led 6-0. R After the kick-off, a fumble gave the Cats the ball oh the Trojans 32. A weird play led to the next Cat score. Roberts gave the ball to Russell Cerrato, who went around left end but was hit and lateraled to Charlie Eagle. Eagle dropped the ball and Sammy Coulter Cline up to carry it to the 13. ' Two plays later, Roberts passed to Eagle in the end zone. The try for the extra point failed and North Little Rock led 12-0. The Wildcats took over when a fake punt by Hot Springs failed. Four plays later Eagle dived over right guard into paydirt. North Little Rock scored again late in the first quarter after they moved the ball 75 yards in eight plays. Roberts handed the ball off to Coulterg he swung arount right end and scored after Ken Moody threw a block on three Hot Springs men. Tackle jim Hinson came in and kicked the extra point, and the Wildcats led 25-0. ,f The Cats final score came when they took a Trojan punt on the Hot Springs 37. Roberts carried the ball to the 17 yard line. Two plays later the 'ball was on the 10. Roberts jumped to pass but he found his receivers covered and he ran the score. Hinson's kick hit the goal post and the score was 58-7. The Cats ran up a total of 194 yards 'ion the ground to Hot Springs 48. North Little Rock gained 184 yards in the air. 152 lla if ' Larry Gershner Guard 1 Year Letterman Eagle pulls out of line-and is tackled l Billy Moody Back 1 Year Letterman Honorable Mention All-State ,QA vw! . in--J-mmf jack Freshour Bark Squadman FT. SMITH FALLS IN BIG-8 CLASH Ft. Smith's Grizzlies felt the 13-7 blow by the Wildcats in the Wildcats fifth Big-8 encounter, playing at the Bruins home stadium. In the opening minutes of the contest fullback Billy Moody recovered a pitchout that went away, Charles Eagle fumbled on the Grizzlies 23, and Grizzly lineman Richard Hatfield scooped up the stray pigsking but the home-towners had to punt after being stalled on the mid-field stripe. Roberts took Ronald Ray's punt on his yards which resulted in the only touchdown of first half of the game. 33 and proceeded to march 67 of the drive, and A 40 yard pass play from Roberts to ts to Deresaw placed the ball on the Grizzly 26. Another carried the ball to the Bruins 15. From there Russ Cerrato teamed with yardage, with Cerrato going over from the one. Turner's The Grizzlies threatened the Cats BCH P21dClOCl-2 clicked on a 46 yard pass to Ronald the position on the Wildcat 16. But on yards first and ten, Paddock faded back to knee. This ended the over. North Little to be 7:25 gone in the the Grizzlies chances winning touchdown with be the llimaxing threat to f The Grizzlies line as th ' arterback Monte Boley edged back to vass the aerial was s ed outnof the air by Eagle and as g uled 15, he lateraled to Roberts, who rambled all th wa corted ho Turn ' was wide, eaving the core 13-0. The Grizzlies tallied from their six on a 53 yard drive early in the third period. A screen pass from Boley to Lee carried to the Wildcat 14. Boley and Darrell XX'illiams alternated the ball to the fiveg from there Lee slipped across to score. Darrell Wfilliams kicked the extra point. On the ensuing kickoff, the Grizzlies had the Wfildcats bottled up deep in their own territory and took possession on the -10 after a North Little Rock punt. But a first down pass play aimed by Boley was pulled down by Eagle and that ended the night's action as the Wilclcats maintained control of the ball the remainder of the game. Eddie Cerrato Guard Squadman 'lim Tyrrell Bark Squadman M. J. Probst Back Squadman , , " "A if 'l'on1my H.1ll W Elin, 'N My r f Squg1dn141n yn 3 e - Ol' A Mlm. M QE ,...-an.. David Kuhl George Nichonlds Bark G 11.1111 Sq11.1dn1.1n SQL1.1llITlLlI1 CYCLONES REDUCED T0 BREEZE 39-7 North l.ittle ROCl'iC'Ul1llllLlL'kl tneu winning ways hy downing tl1e Russellxille Cyclones in .1 non- tontierente 12.11110 hy .1 score of RO-7. I.ittle S.1n11ny Cfoulter led tl1e Cats in scoring by romping for three t.1llies. One of them was on LI 8-1 y.1I'Ll ser.1n1per. The Cuts took .1 Russellville punt on their own Vt' y.1rd stripe, .lllll from there they drove down to the one. where Coulter plunged over. After the first score the others c.1n1e qttitlcly. Boh Garlington fell on .1 loose fumble on the Cyclones T. Gene Deres.1xx' took .1 pass from elu.1rterh.1tk Henry Roherts .lllkl lugged it to the 18. From there ,lim Sadler took the pigskin .md carried it .uross the go.1l line for the Cuts' second score. Sadler stored again minutes l.llL'I' from tl1e one. North Little Rock led 3240 .1t tl1e h.1lf. C.1ts' reserves finished the g.1me .tlloxying Russellville only one touchdown. Bolwhy Brown took Ll handoff from LlLl1lI'lL'I'l7.1Cl'i D.1ye Kuhl .tnd eirtled right end to cross the go.1l for the Cuts' last touchdown. XY'ildc.1ts stop Rxzorhtuk plunge. 154 iq . 2 gg - r,0, V ova 4 -:gf joe Anderson Tackle Squudman . i A Q If we' A'-nf E Tommy Glover Back Squadman Gary Yow Em! Squadman HOGS FALL BEFORE CATS 33-7 North Little Rock's Xllfildcats got hot on .1 chilly night to grind out an impressive 35-7 win over the single wing ks from Texarkana in Xlifildcat Stadium. On the first series of plays, Charlie lfagle climaxed moved the ball 80 yards to score in seven crashing into the end zone from the five. Eagle and Sammy with reserve fullback 'lim Sadler, moved the ball to the 12, where Eagle and the Cats led. I3-O. the goal line. Bob Turner's kick was good the next touchdown. Sadler slid off there Coulter went around right The XlC'ilclc.1ts ne tackle and went from the end to score just as the The Cats finished the job to Eagle in the end zone. Turner kicked true and the score was 3 CATS RECORD This was the heartbreakerl After winning seven victorieswthree of them in the conference, the Cats jour- neyed to Pine Bluff and left stunned at a 40414 defeat by the Zebras. Zebra halfback Bunny Caple stepped off 75 yards in the early moments of the game, with the Z's being the first team to score on the XX'ildc.1ts' first string defensive unit. The Cats were amidst bad breaks and fumbles during the contest, and the Zebras struck hard and fast before the Cats recovered. The XX'ildc.1ts fought back but couldn't gain a solid footing in Pine Bluff , 5 territor . Y Q 3-.N 3 tx just before the half the Cats ot rep and flegyancl Coulter alternated the ball to the three, then lfagle crashed o r f r a touchc Turner kicked true for the ext T T int, 20-7. Late in the third quarter the Zebraia took a XVilt 'f nt. lfour plays later Cfaple entered the end zone for the Zebras' u th touchdow liagle, Roberts, Coulter, and combined yardage gain to the Pine Bluff li. lfagle and Coulter then combined their efforts to move the ball to the one. Coulter then crashed over to score. Turner again succeeded in converting, 110-I-fi. Herbie Yates . C?llf6l' Squadman il " six als if Buel Wfortham Bark Squfldman t" .--nr JOC l-ulqer Ella!! Squadnian Ir' 'eg' Af" H 4? lf"?'R ""'iw. Don Stephens Bdtk Squudman Bobby Remel End Sq uadman HURRICANIZS TAMED BY CATS North Little Rock coupled a powerful offense with gt smashing defense to push the Jonesboro Hurri- canes all over the field to the tune of a 57-7 victory for the Vifildeats at Jonesboro. Sammy Coulter accounted for the first and fourth scores of the game on two short smashes over guard. A short pass play from Henry Roberts to Gene Deresaw was good for another tally. Roberts, who completed five out of I6 passes, threw to Sophomore Don Stephens later in the game for a 22 yard score. The nnal frame saw the Cats on their own 14 yard line. Charlie lfagle tools the ball from Roberts and fought his way to the 20, where he in turn pitched out to Bob Garlington, who ran the remaining 80 yards to score. Eagle booted the extra point. North Little Roeles defense was at its best as they pushed lonesboro for .1 minus 17 yards rushing, while the Cats' offense went for a total of 331 yards. The whole foreward wall was a standout on both offense and defense for the Xwildcats. Coulter brings one in. 'A s i Deresaw finds it rough going. I Hank Marshall Guard Squadman ?"'kS5 M Glenn McVey End Squadman Ronny Armbrust Tarkle Squaclman Mafzagerf: Front row-Morris Kincaid, Charles Tuthill. Bark-Freddy Cook, Paul Parks, Bobby Finley. WILDCATS LOSE FINAL GAME The jinx didn't help on this one! Since the year of 1941, the Cats held the record of beating the Little Rock Tigers once in every five years until this one. This year changed the story with a 45-12 lashing by the Tigers on Turkey Day in Little Rock Stadium. The North Side Wilclcats were the last team in Arkansas to beat the Tigers, defeating them by a narrow 14-13 margin in '51, The Tigers' strong line and ample bench reserve added to the already unbeaten Tigers as they broke for a touchdown, led by halfback Bruce Fullerton for a 38 yard run, in the Tigers' first play of the game. Quarterback Henry Roberts couldn't show the Tigers his passing ability, as his attempts to pass were thwarted and he connected with only three of twelve tries. The Cats scored only in the final period of play, as Sammy Coulter entered the contest and ran the longest play of the game, picking up an escort on his own 16 and marched 8,1 yards for the Wildcats' last hope in the game. Fullback Calvin Moore scored for Little Rock in the second period, plunging over from the one-yard line. Hicks failed the conversion. Fullerton scored twice more, once on a one-yard plunge and later a 55-yard punt return. The Tigers were at their strongest of the season and the Cats were outweighed on the line as well as in the backfield. In the second half, as Little Rock held the ball on the Cats 33, quarterback Bill Simms shot a bullet-like pass to end jerry Hammond on the three yard mark. Henry Roberts had Hammond well covered but Hammond stretched high for the pigskin and snagged it with his hngertips, just as Roberts downed him in the end zone. In the hnal quarter, facing a 59-0 score, the Cats rallied when end Gene Deresaw scooped up a loose Tiger fumble on the Bengals' 18, and scamp- ered the remainin ards to score. The Kenny Frizzell Tackle Squadman ,D all Y conversion try failed. The loss ended the NX'ildcats' season with North Little Rock in second place in Big-8 standings. NX aug is R. L. "Buck" Shantz Tzm Year Leffermafz Honorable Mention All-Big-8 Kenneth Moody Tun Yea: Leffemzazz Honorable Mentlon All Big 8 VN QE!! Glam Minus illmr Svvtuann Jlnllunnng E Qlhammnnzhmn Norfla Lzfflr' Rock 48 Blgfloewlle 36 In thclr f1rst Blg 8 game of the season the Wrldcats outfought the Blythevrlle Ch1Ck3S1WS 48 36 on the Chrck s f oor Norffo Lzfilv Rock 67 Ionesboro 59 The Jonesboro Golden Hurrlcane succumed to 1 t1ght Wrldcat defense 67 59 IH a non conference contest on onesboro s home Court Way ne Du enport were playmg regularly on the Wxld cat lrneup and turned out good performances agamst Jonesboro Buck Shantz h1t nrne freld goals and sn tosses for 24 polnts outscored only by Prckens wlth 25 for onesboro North Lzltlc' Rock 47 Izlile Rock 48 North I rttle Rock lost IIS non Conference seasonal open er agumst the Lrttlc Rock Trgers 47 48 wxth only seconds remarnrng nn the game when Sklppy Coffman pumped rn a freld goal to set the flnal score The XV1ldc1ts started the season lackmg a tall man the 158 X n av , .ll 2 Q . 1 1 4 Q o mf - 1 u , 1 L , 1 ' 1 l . l 9 ' 9 I " 5 J Y Sophomores Glen McVay, Herbert Yates, Joe Luker, and . fe 6 . 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I ' x 8 Tb: ee Year Lelterman tallest bemg R L Buck Sh ntz 6 2 He was facmg 6 4 Harry Vmes 1n the Tlger game Norfb Lzfflr Rock 53 Hof Sprmqs 49 F1c:1ng a 41 39 thlrd quarter score North Lrttlt Rock rallxed 1U the fourth to ease past the vxsrtmg Troyms 53 49 ln a Bng 8 Conference t1lt The Cats poured It on m the fxrst quarter out scormg thelr hosts 20 7 and pacmg them 31 21 at half tlme The XW1ldc1t scormg was ex enly dxstnbuted as Slmpson and Msnddow h1t sm each and Moody 1nd Sham? hlt elght pomts each All Blg 8 Charhe Eagle was hrgh wrth 15 CHRISTMAS TOURNAMENT Norfla Ilfflc' Robb 61 Hof Sprzuqs 46 North Lrttle Rock psnsscd the f1rst m11or test nn the Blg 8 Chr1stmas Tourney 'nt Lrttle Rock freld house downmg Hot Sprmgs 61 46 lm Slmpson and Chfnrhc Efngle teamed for 44 of the Cats polnts wlth Ken Mooky tossmg 1n mne Norlb Lzfflc' Rofk 54 B13flJc'1,1I1r' 49 In '1 sem1 fmal actlon nn the tourney North Llttle Rock ehmmated Blythevnlle from the fmals 54 49 via wud g Wal 'N Charhe Ea le Tvso year All Bug 8 ' QQ Q9 ' ' . . 2 , - . . 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' l .u , L , I 9 r f 'I nm Maddox 7110 l mx Leif rm 121 X1 'Q North Llttle Rock cmched the uetory m the fourth per1od scormg 14 pomts to Hot Sprmgs elght 1m Slmpson h1t the net for 21 pomts hngh scorer for both teams Norlfa Izffle Rmlt 45 Iziflr Rock 54 After passmg to the fm1ls the W1ldc1ts fell before the Lxttle Rock T1gers 54 45 m the Ch1mp1onsh1p game Norfh Lzflle Rock 58 P1110 B111 63 North L1ttle Rock suffered 1ts f1rst Bxg 8 conference defeflt of the se1son to the Pme Bluff Zebms 63 58 m the Z s fleld house Charles Eagle lacked only three pomts breqkmg the North L1ttle Rock record scormg set at 37 pomts ln 1955 Efagle scored 34 pomts 1g11nst the 7 s Norfh Lztfle Rock 75 onesboro 57 Hustlmg Wxldcats turned down the t1ller onesboro telm 75 57 on the Hurrxcane court Vovsell was top scorer for onesboro mth 26 vnhlle Eagle was hlgh for the v1s1tors wlch 21 .J Y ' 3 ' 6 ' 1 .I fx ,L , Ry 4 f ,. . , N, 5 ' V lf . fri .V Q ' As 'J :Yi lx' "" ff:-W4 L it Z ll P ' .Y ' Sz -f cr 1' . . 7. . . . . . , . , . 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L , - , . y J V' , r ' Glen XIcVay 0112 1 eu Lefle1m111z Norib Lzille Rock 57 Fort Smztla 75 The Cats suffered the1r Worst defeat of the season as they were downed by the Fort Smxth Grlzzlles 75 57 m W1ldcat terr1tory Ken Moody led the Cat Wlth 19 pomts followed by Charles Fagle wlth 12 Gordon 1nd Holt paced the Brulns wlth 22 and 21 po1nts Nmfb Lzfflc' Rode 55 Fl Dorado 54 The El Domdo W1ldc1ts fell to the lNorth Llttle Rock Cats 55 54 ln 1 Bng 8 contest on the North Slders court Ch1rl1e E1gle 1nd Buck Sh1ntz both h1t m double flg ures Eigle hlttmg 15 Amd Shantz gettmg 12 Bllly Spldcr ones paced the losers wlth 20 pomts N011'fJ Izfflr Rock 62 P1110 B171 55 T e Plne Bluff Zebms fell to North Lltrle Rock 62 55 on the XV1ldc1t hfzrdwood T e Zebrfls h1d prev1ously h1nded the C1ts 1 63 58 de feat 1n Pme Bluff R L Shmtz paced the Wlldcits wlth 17 pomts and grabbed 1s mfmy rebounds Charllc E1glc netted 15 pomts and Wayne Ducnport got 12 Bob Benton led the Z s wlth 18 pomts IOC LUl'if5f Herbie Yates One Year Letfe1'n1.111 0115 Ye ar Lef1e1'1mz1z 161 Norffz Iliff! Rmft 42 B11 ffvezlllr 40 Sophomore Glen MCV1y sunk 1 fneld go1l mth three seconds rem11n1ng In 1 second oy ert1me per1od to clnch the Blg 8 v1Ctory 42 40 over the VlSltlI1g Blythewlle Ch1ekasaws D3HlClS netted 21 pomts for the vnsltors followed by Eagle wlrh 16 'Vorlb Lzfile Rorfz 58 Texarkana 53 Tex1rk1n1 fell to the W1ldc1ts 58 53 ln 1 Blg 8 con test on the XX 1ldC1ts floor l'1 I' Clnrhe I'1gle 1nd R17orb1ek Allln Morrlson c1rr1ed most of the scorlng for the te1ms E1gle tossed ln 30 1nd MOFFISOH totflled 19 R I Buck Sh1nt7 pulled down 15 rebounds yxhxle 6 6 Vlorrnson gr1bbed 16 'V01ffJL1fflrR0cfe 83 Conuay 61 ConW1y s W1mpus C1ts went down before the Wflld Cats offensne surge 83 61 led by E1gle S1n1pson and Moody 1ccount1ng for 67 of the C1ts polnts Although Conw1y out rebounded the C1ts North Llttle Rock n11de up the d1fference on fleld goals Varszty North L1ttle Rock Opponents 1 55 1 42 B Team 6 4 4 9 '7 Imlzwdzzal Scorzng N1n1e Pom Slmpson Moody Shantz 4 Dfavenport Mfaddox Yates McVay1 Lucker Lp 1nd ' P ' 1.-.. 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Ken Moody 11m M addox ClldCh1lm Bohannon Wayne Dawnport Harbin Xatca Slvmdmg btudent INIIHJLLI Paul Plrks Charlu haglc -Ilfll Simpson R L Shantz Glenn A Tr am B Tr am lxneflmg lefl lo ngfvl :rn Rogcrx ohn Shm joe Rncwca Jxm Hnrrmg., Jim Paul Dlckle Red Sr mdmg Coach jam Bohxnnon Bull Moody .Inn Perry Bull Perry Chlrlu bmnth and Leon Horton 163 McVdy, joe I.ulccr,Studentsm.1nagcr Chanlcs-,Tuthill. 3 , 1 I , are Don Sttphcm, Om Yung Eddie Price Three Years' Bobby Turner, Three Years. Discus and Hurdles. Relays milhrnin Cihinrlaim IKPP LITTLE ROCK INVITATIONAL Due to bad weather and wet track, North Little Rock got off to a 1 H4 slow start in practice and the team failed to place in the first meet of the season, the Little Rock invitational meet. The Wildcats placed in only three events. Billy Joe Moody, 170 pound sophomore who was instrumental on Fourth Street's track squad last year, tied for second in the high jump pf with a jump of 5-9. He also participated in the shot but didn't place. The Wildcat 880-yard relay team, consisting of Benny Lane, Harold Gogh Garvin, Don Stephens, and Eddie Price, tied for second place. Junior Leon Horton placed fourth in the 880-yard run. 1- jim Albright Fin! Rau: Don Stephens, Benny Lane, Eddie Price, Bobby Tobey, john Shaw, Harold Garvin, Donnie Keese, Larry Thomas, Sermzd Rout Jimmy Tyrrell, jim Stacks, Teddy Shannon, jimmy Hinson, Skipper Spence, Leon Horton, Sam Stephens, Manager, Charles Tuthill. Third Run : Billy joe Moody, Tom Lukas, Bob Turner, David Bowen, Coach jimmy Albright, Herbie Yates, Bob Benderim, John Ault. Russell Cerrato, Wayman Hicks, fs 'IQ fa.- M HURDLES . y 1 X ,T Russell Cerrato Three Years Larry Thomas One Year Sam Stephens Three Years si I 4 Hp Uhr Spirit nn Efrark sinh Zllivlh TEAM STARTS STRONG Although the squad was relatively large and had 70 members at the start of the season it was gradually trimmed to 24. Coach jimmy Albright, coach at Jefferson Davis Junior High, was promoted to head football coach and transferred to NLRHS in February. He and coach Jim Bohannon coached the track team. Practically all the events were made up of sophomores and juniors, as there were only seven seniors on the squad. BIG EIGHT RELAYS North Little Rock placed in five events in the Big Eight relays April 6th, placing second in three events, and fourth in two others. The Wildcats placed second in the sprint medley relay, discus, and high jump and fourth in the 880-yard relay and shot put. jim Stacks Broad jump Eddie Price and Benny Lane, Dashes N. H 4 Leon Horton, One- Ycarg john Shaw, Mile and 880, two years. G ,, . is Q Eddie Price Benny Lane Broad jump Broad jump Three Years Two Years Bnb Bum J icrim, Polo Vault, J X1 a one year. U1 -s Tommy Lukas. Shot Put,DiScuQ , Two Ynars flfhfl Al-lf? P010 V-llllf, Une YCHF 166 I Q . lc... 1, 3 1 David Bmw-n Shot Put. Diefm Two Years . , 5 Skipper Spa-nce Pole V.1ult :md D.1ih6S Two Years - J ,W an-Q .Tim Stacks, High Jump jim Henson Shot Put, Discus Three Years , am , , ,, 'A " 4 'Z A ' IL 5,1 h .V ' A fr yaf ifh ---V A- 1 , I-,QM ,ngfyj fr ,i , 'Q f f, Iiflhhx 'llfhug Tun Ynpnrxg B1-nm' Idzmg Dun Strphcns, Ono Year. Dashm yi W , ' my f k ws, f ff " ,mb AL X My ' an-wlA Q qywwg ., Q, 'JI 3 1 A 0 1. JF' 4 N . we fi!! J? 5 g I K 3 F W X , D Y I ,. ipg... .fig , 1 . ' v- 0 Q 0 O ' ' 1. M Q! X 9 KB 4 if 3 4351,- 7.s,-,w wi L, 59 5 a, MW 4112. ,Anim Tiff F510 f ' gi' f rf ff. 9, Q. sul 'lg" , A111011 ha E112 lglag E Vzce-prey J james Nolen dent J M Y Henry Lee R b Preyid 1Fnur Elvrirh wtlhrata Mirah Uhr Stuhrni Mnhg In 195151557 d K S lyE 169 ,f ,lim O'I.cc Ncwtun. Mike Dun, Cunlce Bodislibaugli and Eddie Powell nt- tcntlcd thc Southern Asmciatinn uf Student Councils Convention in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Bnlg 1 IPITPEI Qlmmril Ifiepreavntariuvii vs! Rules and rcgulations are kc-pt up to date and studied regularly, The mriuux mnnznittscw mt-tt ru tliscuw their pri-lultms and plans fur tlic futur Al' :fini Fin! Roux XX'illiarn Newby, Mary Loeser, joe Lamb, Betty Bryles, Linda Kay Parkhill, Patsy Merritt, Marilyn Young, Marsha Dejoy, Charlotte Millender, Clinda Shirley. Serena! Rau: Rohhie Lasiter, Sondra Spann, jim O'Lee Newton, Mike Dean, Shirley Emmons, Anita Smith, Linda Strother, Anita Davis, Patsy Elswick, Betty Hastings, Betty Mason, Lou Ella Colvert. Third Row: Gary Smith, Harmon Holcomb, Leo Stanley, Eddie Powell, johnny Williams, Bob Bryles, Raymond Grandon, Milton Beall, Glenda Kackley, Gail Hankins, Beth Martindale, Glenda Zimmerman, Charlie Beavers. Fourb Row: jim Baker, Paul Gar- rett, Thommy Hall, johnny Wlizllen, jerry Saylor, Ray jackson, Rodney Rice, joe Luker, Billy joe Glaze, james Nolen, Henry Roberts. l Gnurrneh the ilhrat Siuhrnt Mnhg One of the most important and busiest clubs at NLRHS is the Student Council. It gives each student a chance to have a voice in the ruling of the school. The Student Council is made up of elected representatives from each home room. The representatives are to report back to the students on the ideas, discussions, and problems brought before the members. The Council plans many school activities for the students, but only after many hours of work by committees can they be carried on smoothly. Assemblies and various campaigns such as clean-up and "Howdy,' weeks are sponsored by the Student Council. Problems arising in school are brought before the Council for con- sideration and something is usually done about them. Mrs. Eva Fearnside, Council sponsor, has one of the largest respons- ibilities of any faculty adviser. She helps the Council to operate Without many bumps. The officers are elected by the student body in the spring. It proves to be one of the most exciting times of the year, with campaign speeches, posters, and all the other parts of the true political battle. Democracy in action makes the Student Council an asset to NLRHS. Mary Loeser joe Lamb Bob Bryles Reporter Parliamenlariazz Chaplain Ti 5 1 y X - r? X JF J-X ' r ' I 1 7 I 'i Q74 4' I A rf ,Q 7 A V, ,f ' V v, 2 , 4, 'lf' - 1 -QM 1 Wari- ' Y r 5-nf1Q,.I...wx mf- Q.. -.-W.-. -. 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Pat Marxliall, Patxy lflxxxiclx, Carolyn Harvey, Barlwara Barnett, Anita Davii, Cai-'lt' Ann Moors, Anna Kay Snow, Carol Toolc, blostpliinc Pliillipa Hclcn Hall, Lintla lalw, Suu Hamilton, jackie Morris, 'limmic la.-c Vfriglit, Molly Frtncli. Anita Smith, Barbara Iairnlwurrux, Nancy Tliomai. Suzie Simmona, Gwt-n Frantix, Pat Duncan. Santlra Cook, Martha XY'hitc, Betty Brylcs, Marilyn Htntluzwn, Pt-ggi Yitltling. Ruth Myrritt, Sara Bridcnthal, -ludy Milli, I.orraint' Scruggx, Connie flunimingi, Kay Hudson, Pat Narks, Cnyc Davis, Shirley Eirirrwiix. Mt-llwa Haxttrr. Arlt-nu Hartwick, Iaritla Baliil, -lo Landrum, jo Ann Mayw, jackit' Rust-. Rosalf.-t'n Rogers, Helen Burns. jan Skipper, Barbara Godsey, Pat Smith, Mary Ann lfvanx, Martha Cox, Vloytt- lantlxay. Linda Dunn, Phyllis james, Vickc McDonald, Mary Vest, 'lo Ann Mawn. Donna Albright, Lynn I.c.itlitrrman, Bt-th Martindale, Susan Clingt-r. Betty Carole Mason, Betty Keathlcy. Siizannu jackson. Elin Svquah--Elizlfn A 513241-Lat Y-TEENS: Ron Om: XX'illette Alton, -lo Ann Beason, Linda Butler, Terresa Biggs, Esther Clark. Bohhie Arant, Janette Bell, Donna Albright, Sandra Ashley, Maiirtne Colien. Sara Briilenthal. Phyllis Bently, Linda Case. Rau' Two: Cathy Bryant. Sara Caple, I.on lflla Colyert. Gaye Bachiis. Darlene Cross, Mar CHX. Slnvlri fools. Robbie Apple. Cathy Crews, Rebecca Bleidt. Diana Cave. Rau' Tbreei XVanda Caldwell. Doris Corpier, Melba Baxter, Judy Cox, Nanettc Bennett. Diane Ballard. Betty Alherson. Sue Paxton, Linda Blassingame, Ethel Mae Burton, Connie Cummings. Run Four: Betty Anderson, Emily Calhoun, Helen Burns. Danielle Conway. Jo Ann Boudra, Betty Butler. 13-Enema: Spiritnali Y-Teens is a social organization for all girls at- tending NLRHS. The aim of this club is to promote an understanding and friendship for people of all races, religious beliefs, and nationalities. During the school year many well-planned ac- tivities are enjoyed by the members, such as hayrides, Y-TEEN OFFICERS: fel! In rjglfif: President. Catliey Crc-WSL lnter-club council representative. Martha VUardg Treasurer, Gaye Bachusg Secretary, Diane biorrisg Vice-president. Mary Loeser. Y-TEENSI R011 UNH Den-1 D-wid. Marilyn Henderson. Molly French. Pat Duncan. Gwen Francis. Kay Htivlson. Delores Davis. -ludy Huddleston, Marguerite Fielding. Helen Hall. Barbara Iiddleinon. Ann Hatfield, Maxine Horton. Rau' Tuff' Meldia Edwards, Anita Davis. .ludy Gleason. ,lanice Haugh, Mary Ann Evans. ,lean Evans. Patsy Merritt. 'lo Ann Fielding. Pat Hanks. Sue Hamilton, Carolyn Harvey, Mary Ann Holloway. ,lf-IH Hvdsl- RUN' Tflfffi Caffll DfiSC0l- Shirley Emmons. -lulia Dorris. Gail Hankins. Coye Davis. Linda Douds, Edna Fielding. Polly Harrell, Aludy Hatfield, Mary Helen Gvvatney, Nelda Hend- rickson. Patsy Davis Ron Four: Carolyn Eaker. Helen Finney. Edwina Fugua, Delia Horner, Linda Dunn, Deloris Hale. Betty Hasting. Mary Lou Damon. -loyce Foushee. Mary Huhhle. Gretchen Felton. tha I 1 X., Xi. x y rd Y-TEENS: Fifir Rott: Norma Mays. Suzan McClendan. Betty Mason. Nancy Nations. Bettie Phillips. Linda Liles, Phyllis james, Doris Midtllebrook, Loraninc Mclflis. Joyce Lindsay. Sharon Kidd, Linda Lowe, Serffrzd Rout Betty Keathley. Sue Martineau, janell Murchison, Marilyn Mattews, Gwen jones, jo Ann Lewis. Ixfarilyn hfgdlrifk' -Ioan Legion. Charlotte McCullog. Pat Morris, Maxine McElroy, Pat Perrin. Third Rout: Carol 1NIeadows,jim O'Lee Newton, Diane Morris. Carolyn McPherson. Mary jo Landrum, Pat Marks, Patsy Merritt. Diane Morris, Charlotte Millender, Ann Martin, Betty Phillips, Susie jackson. Mary Lot-ser. I-'ffrnlllr Rare: Rohhie Lasiter, Linda Murry, Lyn Leatherman, Beth Martindale, Mary Nell jones, Barbara Lamvertus, Gwen Jernigan, Margaret Jolly, Linda Lewis. Brenda Nichols. Vickie McDonald. Qivrrvttiinn, Givnnh Zllrlluttmliip bunking parties, theater parties, semi-formal dances and formal dances at Christmas and during the Valentine season. In order to learn of other cities and states, Y-Teens delegates are sent to the City Conference, the Spring State Conference, and the Sum- mer Conference in Gulfport, Mississippi. All Girls who join this club become members of the YWCA and are entitled to use all of its facilities. lin-t.' Ruiz: Made-lyn Tc-mplttou. Anna Kay Snow. Carol Tools.-, Carol Todd, Celinda Shirley. Ann XX'iegan. Pat Vbliitc-, Gwen Trawick. Strand Razr: jo Anne diltomas, Susan Scott. jackie Rose. Ioraine Scruggs, Rtisic Shelton, Carol Ann XX'iIliams. Brenda L'pdike. Pat Xlfaltvrs, Pat Smith. Betty Strauss, Third Rout Virginia Vfilkins. Virginia Shock. Martha XX'liite. Wat-nc-tta Schmidt, Carole Swann, Mary Vest, Dana XX'1rt. Glenda Zimmerman, jackie XX'ood. -Ian Skipper, Xancy Thomas. Fffnr.'l1 Run: Martha XX'ard. Donna Scroggins, Ginger Saylor, Harriet Smith. Margaret Viaiglit. 'lo AUD Vliylilz Sue Sininwns,,l4'41r1f1 Smith, Ifirrt Razr: Charles Berger, Tommy Weir, johnny Williams, johnny Lovell, Mackey Faulkner, Don Shahcr, james Nolen. Serond Raw: Mickey Clampit, jimmy Ivey, Richard Suggs, Don Kirby, jim Sadler, Bill Vaiden, Roy XX'illiams. Third Razr: joe Guy Biclfcford, Robert W'intcr, Gene Mann, Roger jackson, David Bc-vans, Billy Haller, iii-IE Ernelnpa Qlhararivr The Hi-Y is an organization for boys believing in good conduct and good sportsmanship. Each year the boys adopt worth While projects in the school and endeavor to carry them out. Any boy in school who desires to join and who meets the qualifications is welcomed. A state convention is held each year in various cities throughout the state. HI-Y OFFICERS: johnny XX'illiams, james Nolcn, Tommy XX'ier, jimmy Ivey, Robert Winter, Mackey Faulkner, ,W1.,,,, SW 3. E52 l s1Jgg ,,,:ll3gQx .""' ""'.w'AAA M, ., .f,..r..,..,Af-.A,v-.a.-'-- N,f..,-4 ,-.1 ,LM K M.. A V . 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Future huatrurtnra Zivgin Enhag To learn about the opportunities in teaching, to cultivate qualities essential in good teachers, to study the lives of great teachers, and to foster the development of student leadership: these are the aims of the Future Teachers of America. Future Teachers marked their seventh year March 16 as an activity club at NLRHS. Members of the club gain actual teaching experience by aiding NLRHS instructors before and after school. Any student having the necessary qualities of character, scholarship, and leadership, may be a member. The club has a group of appointed teachers as sponsors. The club is affiliated with the Arkansas Education Association and National Educa- tion Association. OFFICERS Rau One Marilyn Wfalthal Lou Ella Colvert, jackie Morris, Betty Anderson, Rose Mary .Shelton Rou Tuo Gretchen Felton, Linda Case. 1 Officers Bertha Decl-ter, Connie Cummings, Pat Duncan, and jim O'Lee Newton. D x, 5 4 tx'-,M ' 4 Au 11? utnre umm EYPEIIII nf ilu bag Girls belonging to Future Nurses dream of the day When they will be clad in white with a little white hat perched on their heads. The club is to promote interest in their chosen field and to learn all they can to help them with their career. Talks by professional nurses, films, and demonstrations are part of the activities carried on at meet- ings. Experience in working at a hospital is offered to those who can spare the time. Various hospitals give the girls a chance to Work as a nurses' aid or Junior Gray Lady. In this way, the girls become accustomed to hospital routines, making it much easier to adjust in nurse's training after graduation from high school. Ffm Rau: Carol Furr, Georgia NX'kowski, Janie McAllister, Willcttc Alton, Doris Corpier, Betty Bryles, Sharon Lampley. Second Row: Helen Finey, Barbara Price, Sybal Kimhrell, Gaye Bacus, Connie Cummings, Mary jo Landrum, jim O'Lee Newton, Wanda Loftis, Barbara jones, Suzie Film-r. Third Roux jane Evans, Sue Beshaw, Nancy Epps, Bertha Decker, Nell Dean Wiggs, jim-o-Lee VUright, Patsy Merritt, Betty Landrum, Shirley Ramsey, Dee Dee Scott, Pat Knicobl-ter. I .lA ,vu ljifll Rauf Helen Finney, Meldia Edwards, XX'anda XX'ood, Mickey Clampit, Carolyn Raby, Linda Case, Barbara Wtstvley. Strand Rout Alice Ann Alexander, Billie jetton, Joyce May, Etta Sue Gass, jamie Stroud, Ellis Blevins, Sue Smith, jo Ann Thomas, Betty Anderson. Tbird Rout Ann Hartfield, Kathy Bryant, Cynthia Lowe, Margaret Lawler, Mike Brighton, Tommy Glover, Paul nv v V, V I Lfinnkmnrmz Arr Lthrarg :IEP ppm In order to keep the library running smoothly, a group of student libarary assistants, known as the Bookworms, give their spare time doing routine chores. They must make the library attractive by putting up interesting bulletin boards. They spend many hours check- ing out books and putting them away, typing filing cards, Parks. and mending hundreds of books in a year's time. The Bookworms receive instruction from the librarian, ' work on displays, and plan social activities at regularly 9 scheduled meetings. The w0lf's side of the story. Bookworm Officers: Melda Edwards Betty Anderson, Barbara XX'ooley. KEY CLUB OFFICERS: bfitchie Ekel, Johnny Woode ard. Russell Cerrato. Rodgers jackson. and Delbert Herman. Qbniztanhing Hppvrrlazzmrn Zilninrh Keg Qllnh Three years of service have marked the Key Club as one of the busiest at NLRHS. An honor club, sponsored by Kiwanis International, the Key Club has taken on projects such as painting the interior of the new Youth Center, and selling badges to support the Wildcats. The Key Club inducts members once every school year, from boys having at least a "B" average scholastically. KICY Cil.l'B: Rau Om: -lerrv Rogers. Graham Merrick. 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Pdf 9 Sftuhvni ilillnniinrz lgrnuihv fivlpiug, Emma Messages, errands, typing, checking names, anything to be done, this is what the office monitors and Mrs. Cowan's monitors do. They are the helping hands of the school and play the hostess when the time arises. The student receives valuable experience in meeting people and in office training. In order to become a monitor, a student volunteers and are ap- proved by the faculty. OH'ICl MONITORS In 1 R Iesn G.1rnci'. Margaret Moore, Elizabeth Gullett, Ann XX'ieg.1nd, Marilyn Mattlicws, Pat Smith. Strmzd Ron 'lommy Weir Hickman be ret I litr rvillr- XXI-st. jerry Hale, Eddie Orsini. . L! Q Q ...... . .31 . Run One: Judy House, Anita Davis, Zoa Ann Frit-rson, Janie McAllister. Emily Calhoun. Suzie jackson, Rosie Shelton, Norma Mays, Celinda Shirley. Rau Yillfli Tommy Thompson. Marv Ann Evans, Carolyn Harvey, Linda Noble, Martha XX'ard, Cathy Crews, Dee Dee Scott, Molly French, Charles Tuthill. Rau Tlmi: Charles Berger, Robert XX'inter. Linda Ball. johnny NXfood.1rtl, ,lim O'l,ee Newton, Mitchie Eckels, Roy XY'iIliams, 'Timmy Darden, Rodney Rice. Inter-Qllnh Glmmril Qlnnrhinzttvh 1 1121115 The Inter-Club Council was organized in 1955 to promote better understanding and to avoid conflicting activities among the various clubs. The membership is made up of a representative from each school- supported club in North Little Rock High School. Meetings are held twice a month at which time the representatives report on their club's activities and tell what it is doing to help the school. . . . . and the spirit of XY'ildcat Hill marches on." Uhr Mag Art Ill iliunura i ..,NN.sNM Tfu X.. I nun N I wkM I 34 -.'ll' .Ill 3 ifiiiii! Gretchen Felton DAR Good Citizen Award Q Pl Bert Webb Balm!! Lomb Srzem e Aumd 1 ws V' ,ii s. NMR . 40, .X . N ' RL if 8 5 X f X 1 4 ,CCT is "Q 2 5' . 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V',e Sf' ,Qffw IN 5 ' Q ,d.f"' ffiavf' yi v"Vff47 L In f i K' Emily Calhoun fn- Q.: . jf My W A, We Bettie SucPhi I C C pfzz Esthcr Clark I jan' 1 Jem' Susie: jacl-:so ,Z Betty Mason I Jann' l Jem' L 't IM H 1 'f ,.a LAM AN 's X, '31 Henry Roberts All Bxg 8 Quarterback First All American 21933 114' ' vw-pf Y' Russell Cerrato xl All Blg 8 Fullback Second team Football team Honorable en :I 3 L - STA 1' E sz if P Bobby Turner All Blg 8 Center First team Iootball 194 2,7-1'-.""' Nr Nloody All B1g Ea ,....l.. f I -,f l I1 . X V ' t . - ' ra ' er A I 1 h ' Y -. .yawn an l ' .. , 3 I E l A l 5 114. Q a t ' l f 4 H9 ,,t' L if .V - 1 WWA, li R L Shantz Honorable Mention All Blg 8 Basketball I W 4 'Q a ,Jai ix -vs? Y' an All Bug 8 Fnrst team IN ATHLETIC I, f f I Brady Frxln All Big 8 Guard, Second team lootball ,QQ CEP H '1"7 x i- l i 5' Basketball All Big 8 I-Ialfbacl-, Flrst team Football Kenneth Schmidt All Blg 8 Tackle, Second team, Football 'f'f'W5i-x- I! , Q. s Gene Deresaw Z , All Bug 8 End, 1 ,,n Second team, Football ,-0' 195 -aff ' 4 HM I 'Of fr, Q gr I ' ' FM, 1 ic, 5,5 I F . 1 Q Q I ' A ' , 1 f . I 'H . , 1 M W L , v-'sr' 3 I 1 K f ' 1!'??'fj sb! Clyde McMeans joan Gillespie Oboe String Bass Nm Melvin Matheny Baritone David Wellhausen Trombone Q5 'ni' All Stair Iiemh jesse Patty Trumpet '79 5 rg, 196 J. D. Scharfenberg Snare Drum lf Dempsey Nichols Bass Trombone Gary Niemeyer Tenor Saxophone ,aa 'chi U V , , I Q -' ,R bf 'W M y 4 Q 4 3 Q ,, . tg X! my H J ' f sw M ,, r . ei yr, i . l y ,rg X 'l , i I ii All Stair Qlhnir Q Q x M 'Y l ff A xf x'Z""-Q-' If f-ff tif Run: Miir xiret Moore iS.intli'.i Ashley, B.irlw.irn Barnett, Zua Ann Friersnn, Suzie jackson, Helen H.ill, Letlm Belknap, M.iry Hubble, George Ann Daven P- v , ' putt. Semin! Ruiz: Margaret Bniwn, Billy I.ee -lettiin, jackie Tilley, Judy Rudnetlge. Slxelia Golden, IZlig.iil llisley, Mary Helen Gwatney, Bobbilyn George. T1'imI Ron: lim Burke, Bill Mclliiglies, Delbeit Herman, Crystal Huie, Tummy Mitchell, jimmy Peterson, Larry MCSpaclden. Fourth Razr: Henry DeCuir, llirmwn H.ilrtimlw, Phillip Murriwn, Steve Steplienwn, Dun Keese, john H.1rdf.xmtle. Bob Garlingtun. l97 SPRING 1956 INITIATES: Fm! Rau: Martille Weisley, Gretchen Felton. Martha XX'ard, Cathy Crews, VUanda House, Margaret jolly, Nancy Morris. Serorzd Ryze: jimmy Burke, Bert Webb, Sara Bridenthal, judy Bennett, Carolyn Harvey, Betti Phillips, Ann Martin, Anita Davis. Third Row: Bob Garlington, jim Simpson, Rodgers jackson, Bob Bryles, Clifford Guess, Rodney Rice, Henry Lee Roberts, Eiatinguiahvh ilhrata Zlvrnmv illllmnhvr Leadership, service, character, and scholarship, characterize members of the National Honor Society. The society encourages students to strive for not only scholastic attainment, but to build the best character poss- ible and good leadership. Members are inducted twice a year at the fall and spring initiations. To become a member one must be in the upper one fourth of the class and have performed outstanding service for the school. FALL 1956 INITIATES: F1111 Run: Margaret Pickens, Emily Calhoun, Diana Cave, Marilyn Walthall, Linda Hawkins, Fran Slocum, Nannette Bennett. Second Rout Paul jaworski, Tommy Weir, Bertha Decker, jimmy Ivy, james Nolen, Bob Bradley, Virginia Cooper. Lighting Q the torch of learning. atinnal Qinnnr Svurieig NHS OFFICERS: Bob Garlington, Clifford Guess, Carolyn Harvey, Nancy Morris. The N.H.S.'s largest project of the year is the March of Dimes drive. This year the drive was a tremendous success, raising Sl,710.75, the largest total raised by any public school in Arkansas. Speakers for the auditorium were purchased by money realized from candy sales held in the fall and spring. The North Little Rock chapter of NHS obtained its charter in April, 1928. Its sponsor is Miss Bess Johnston. SPRING 1957 INITIATFS: l:jflf Ron: Barbara Lambcrtus, jo Ann Thomas, Darlene Cross, Betty Mason, Susie Jackson, Judy Ray, joe Lamb, M. 1. Probst Sri-wld Run: joan Gillespie, Janice Blackwood. johnny XVoodward, Nelda Hendrickson. Gwen Frances, Sandra Cook, Faye Rc-mmel, Billi Phillips, Beth Martin dale. Tlvrd Rout Fdward Laman, -Iim Blackwood, -loc Anderson, Byron Levritt, Conlcc Badisbaugh, David Bowen, Dennis Atkinson, Don Saterfleld Billy GaBaucr, Fddie Powell. Betti Phillips N '14 lguhliratinnz Mary Loeser l.,,..4-Q ff si ,g I linnnrzz fllllimsrz -J '14 . if P lf if X J. D. Scharfenberg Q' NVQ- 'M' ph .V9'5l,?'j"'l ' 91 Dy' F Qysl J,-P2 Sf' ,ff 56' sf! ff QT UT' sf lt Because NLRHS Publica- tions cost more to produce than the students are asked to pay for them, it is neces- sary to raise some money through the sale of adver- rising. These members of the Pub- lications Staff were high salesmen for the approximate 53,400 worth of advertising carried in this year,s Publica- tions. 200 WS Hi: I ' 4 c 4 warn. Milhrat sinh Ei Qlumvt QS if Walk, , Judy Bennett ff 'Mm L d C A 2 274 SP3 PrR h d . -..- 'i Bob T Nel can Wiggs Ken Moody Q17 Six 3 'SN V Bob Garlington -"x,. 'Wars vi, -' Margaret jolly Amin, ix Q l ' i, G Russell Qcrrato NORWXITTA ROCK Betti Phillips WK ARKA NSAS l7!191'l,i r-f ' Ytzu-'l X '23 g l 'fb' Carolyn HIFXC, AM 1 'Wx 4495 i . N.-,v Sara Q Bridenthal 1 P David Gruenwalcl Billy Toland 202 lyk? Y ..i .9 Bob Brylcs r, 1 ir ,W if 7... 'l 14:::r 1, 'B A jim Sadler lb I K ry lM.,r,m,Vl. l BE ' lg, if V f' 2 I f 5 2? Q u C 'H B f ylro y ll' Henry Roberts lu s cuarsxlp BOYS' X f A ,JE Judy Ben EG Jackie Morris W Xl .A 1 C 6 fr Cathy Crews fi Q 'F 7 A K' f ' ' 2 ...M .Q QT., 2 ra gl . fi Q5 ' xl Bob Bradley Bert W ebb is 1-"ff 203 Charles Eagle W 5 2' Judy House Semor ames Cfalg Semor ihwnhlwni -1:95 79914 f N f 39L'9'? Eddne Powell Z 4 Q Frances McM11lan jumor ' f X' f' J XX 3 jumor g I NNN X Celmda Shnrley Sophomore ,,f' Don Stephens Sopbomofe 204 ' Q ' :S Hrnhudinn iqnnnrn Nb, 4 la X N xj fffif' S ZEN O ,ff - .MA j x...l - E xv.. n,,,.,,1hvw,M?3 X X X X S x ,X 1 X xx A X ... N Q , Q Em gi 5 iss I 34+ - G Y 7 2 Ark 8 ix . N Ng Ph K 3 ix, gmglnsu nce ge-muy? K BME OF ' Q S?reef Wo 5 - 'Som um csc ASMNSA 3 206 Q if 35 Qi 3 5 fQZ,df"-1 5a"'0S""'aS1 EQ I fI,z,L! 2-61 . , if-1-41. ' . -Cla, QQ"-JLJ..fJ., '7aQL- 914-1-1'-A-4 R5-ai D4-a., 'CL4,,,,!- 9.x-,, 5: CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS BURTON FURNITURE CO TH PPV 400 E WASHINGTON AVE F kl 5 +I In VL ULg 3-Q.. jj REBSAMEN MOTORS 4 I1 9 LITTLE ROCK ARK CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS SPRIGOS DRUG STORE 7II PIKEAVE E N L R K Op 63oAM O Izoo NI 9 BENNETT S BODY SHOP NORTH LITTLE ROCK ARK X JJ.,-Q ,,,e.w..I3..,I NIQQSNQIQIIXNTERS C 3.5333 SSRN: N CST' WMM WI LUMBER Wmmmw NN II Q NMSNWYE COMPANY ,If-N ERN TH LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS A 7 I 1 ,SJ ' 'FI . 2 -I-Iour Ford Service "Iv1aI4ersO a Homes" Mark am 8: Rin o S+ree+s Ph R in -7309 N L+ R Ak ' ' 1 I Con raTuIaTiOns, Seniors I Th I Bld d In H O l H, O 3II7 Easi' Washingfon Ave. Y . . AR . I - en : . . I : P. 'X IX' . Wfmwf I NY ' ' -5-0 A NV, ' N A f IN, Q3 X 6 . 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I X X N , I N 'xx 207 Wallace and Henry Furniture Company New and Used Furnlfure LIBERAL DISCOUNT FOR CASH I25 l27 E Waslunglon Norlh LlI'+Ie Roc AMBOY Plumbing and Heatlng Co I75 Mllniary Road NORTH LITTLE ROCK I-IALE BROS TIRE AND WHEEL SERVICE 3 I4 Easl' Broadway Phone FR 2 0783 NORTH LITTLE ROCK Free Puck Up and Delnvery Smlthwlck Village 3 BEDROOM HOMES Complele G E Eleclrlc Kulchens Amr Condlhoned Cenlral Heahng F H A Sec 222 or GI Loans SMITHWICK REALTY C0 502 Wesl' Mann Jacksonvnlle Llflle Roclc FR 4 89I4 Jacksonville LI 4 3I I5 McCollum Kelley Lumber 81 Supply Co Lumber Millwork Glass Builders Hardware 2522 Easl Broadway Phone WI 5 I486 Broadway Cash Grocery 70I Easl Broadway C50 GET EM CATS' L A K E N I X O N Arkansas Finest Swlmmlng Beach SIX MILES WEST OF LITTLE ROCK ON UPPER HOT SPRINGS ROAD Phone ROsedaIe I95 03 O - . 0 0 k -5 r JacIcsonviIIe's Finesl' Housing Proiecl I TREATEB FENEE POSTS O , I I I G A O mfg A WM? NORTH LI L ROC ARKANSAS O NDUSTR P ARKA X. TRW ll Ill I Tre gpk IT? CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS A C Perry Percy Machm MlI'fon McLees Reed Thompson Mrs R M S Bufner Fnrsi' Ward Second Ward TI-nrcI Ward Fourrh Warcl CITY OFFICIALS Mayor Clfy Clerk and CoIIec'I'or Mumclpal Judge CnI'y Afforney Cary Treasurer ALDERMEN Joe Donnell James Bobbufl' John May JoI1n Massle Paul Dulce Harold Gwarney WaII'er Skipper - Roberf Kirspel 209 f "Ln, 'flip ref A ' 3 'g -'P' 1.4. 1 EJf??'1' A96! , Ckk P :M TNxi3fSe I Xxf -by-,N f I M mm MXN I A f S- Q I ,. , 1115 I N. L 1 IIIEI NI In II" I ' :sl :I U2 In Blackwood Beauty School and Salon now teachlng the famous A Comer and Doran Method of Halrstyllng as taught In Hollywood All student work under supervnsuon ot lucensed Instructors JA Approved by State Board ot Cosmetology WIIIRUUIII I09 West Broadway GERTRUDE BLACKWOOD Owner Phone FR 5 2738 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS mid State Cgractor usvv Lumaen co 55 cgmplgment Company Pamts Varmshes " F M '- 925 West 33 SK 30800 GP8h8lh,S Servnee Twln Cnty Mattress 8. Upholstery Shop We Appreciate Your Business Firestone Tires and Accessories 2324 Plke Avenue 2300 Railroad Ale North Little Roclr Congratulations Seniors Plke Avenue Q I 9 Tackle Box Stanley Hardware Company 2200 Pike AVG 32 I6 Pulse Avenue North Little Roc BUY -the BEST for LESS 6+ CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS WILLIAMSON DRUG STORE The Rexall Store I802 Mann North Llttle Roclr FR 2 0234 Phone FR 5 8259 '28 Mem S+ HUGH'S SUPER MARKET G-OOD LUCK AND BEST WISHES I2l5 MAIN STREET to you to your caree h ch you may e O e o t u e lemme' MADISO C DILLAC C0 GODSEY 0ne Day Cleaners I4l2 Main FR 29469 North Little Roclr Arlr. LITTLE ROCK 210 . 6 I o 0 I - I I 3924 E BROADWAY ' Pnonszwl 5-aan . .T ' Sales and Service For T z erguson System Of ec unized Farming Y , , . o o U I I ,,, . . il-'bf' ' , . , x'.'A -,' 34 .1 QL' IQ- nl S if . , . . . o k I - . Il 1' ' r r, w I hav utlin d t r your ut r . ll ll P I Guenter s CONGRATULATIONS TIres 7 SENIO Battenes rom Seat Covers J C 223WestBoad ay 304 I0 Mem North L ttle Rock Arkansas MONEY NEWS ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISE N rth LIttIe Rock s K V I C C mpl te Department Store ARKANSAS MOST IMITATED RADIO STATION D I A L 'I 5 0 Jima 77 CC- gin,-. Z Laval INDEPENDENT UFE4 INSURANCE COMPANY F A QA 55 L A M4 ff f JL A Independent Lute Bldg North LIHIe Ro ,www wwf an Arkansas company ukiwf' Z for Arkansas people L R LUKER President J R REEVES Secy Treas 211 9 I95 RS I 0 o o Y W i . o ' ' O 9 0 I , 74 w- f - . s , 'P- A of L, .g,.,, -,f -'b4..,1-It TI h X151 T , f T' n 4 I I kt' 'I s2f,4.,1Cf6- .xi 7 ' , ,. 1 CAE9--,Nj-Q., K 0 I VQ,vIILgf . . I ' 33, W f A f , K f, 'I 1 I T . 1 T ,Y ' 1 0 ' I u . I ' . CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS Congrafulahons Semors Charles House of Beauty AR-I-,S SPORT SHO' 4008 Ne Con ay Hugh ay I60O Mam Llttle Roclr 5KYl'f'9 3-4847 C L I E T 0 N 9 S AIU0 P3115 EXGIIHIISU CONGRATULATIONS SENTORS We Buy and Sell Used Cars 8: Parts East on Memphls Hugh ay WI 5 206I 29l0 East Washlngton A e Wl 5 3435 THE PLACE TO GO FOR THE BRANDS YOU KNOW Congratulahons A C K E R S FROM FRIENDS 203 MAIN STREET NORTH LITTLE ROCK D Tolancl Constructlon Co Car Trouble? D e pe of Stop al' Ranch Estates Addltlon GOFF 5 GARAGE North L 'Hle Roclx 490 McArthur Dr e North Llttle Rock James W Blrdsong CONGRATULATIONS CATS Bulldlhg Contractor SPEOIALIZINO IN HOME BUILDING 'Om 4l5 Kay Street Res cle t al North L ttle Rock Tel WI 5 2873 A FRIEND ll I 1250 on Your Radlo TOP FIFTY TUNES Cardinal Baseball - Razorback Sports 212 w w ' w Y . . T W if . . O V. -.-.. . I . r I . 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I T543 YEA CCQQ 1 ' i X r Y SU P, 3,. , . -5 :- X '- lx ,YS Ax . i K N CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES from the NORTH LITTLE ROCK TIRE SUPPLY CO CARRYING THESE WELL KNOWN NAMES Goodyear Tlres York Alr Condrhonmg PhlIco Norge And We Serwce What We Sell C0"9"'I"IaI'0"S J T Bowden DX Service Rand Who Gro Co PI"""w'59o88 IOI4 Eas'I' 2nd FR 27I78 3907 E Broadway NORTH LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS COMPLIMENTS North Llttle Rock Pollce Dept PALADI N0'S CAFE 30I Main SI'ree'I' Nor+h LrH'Ie Rock Arkansas Where you mee+ your friends Walthour Flake Company, Inc Phone FR 4 2274 402 Louus ana S'I'ree+ LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS Yea Wlldcatsl 300 Easf Markham L Hle Rock Ark DRUMMOND FUNERAL HOME IOI4 Ma n S+ree+ LlHIe Rock IIAVEBTY FURNITURE C0 Man L++e oc School Books School Supphes JAMES BROS 2I7 Mann Nor'I'h LlH'Ie Rock OTTICE Furm+ure Offuce Su pplues CONGRATULATIONS LEE VAUGHAN BUICK CO Au+horlzed Sales and Service 3rd Q Bd FR 4 I677 of . . Real Es+aI'e :: Insurance 2: RenI'aIs DIL'-AHA FRUIT COMPANY 5 - 4II i il R k from wy. - 214 You Pay for a Busrness Educatron Whether You Get It or Not Hhese facts are based on a studs made bs Dean 1-.rerett 11 Lord of Boston Lnnersrtx natronally recognrred arrthorrty on the relatron of educatron to salarwj The orrgrnal data hare been evaluated bs the Equrtable Lrfe Insurance Company of Iowa to conform to the changed rndex of the prrrchasrng power of the current dollar 1 THL UN1rtArwrn XIAN He goes to work dl H and reaches hrs rnaxrrntrrn rncomc at 40 wrth hrs lrfe average of less than S2 400 a year Srncc hrs rncome rs largely dependent on physrcal strength and manual dexterrty rt falls off at v0 or earlrer often to a pornt below the level of self support Xlorc than 10 out of every 100 untrarn cd workers are dependent upon others after the age of h0 TOTAL ILARNIVGS Fkowt ll TO 60 Anon 5110400 Z Tru Hrou Sc HooL GRADUATE He goes to work at 18 passes thc nraxrmum of the untrarned rnan wr hrn ten years rrses steadrly to ltrs own rnaxrmunr at 30 wrth a lrfc ncrage of S4 000 annually and de lrnes but lrttle thereafter TOTAL hARNlNCS I-Roxt 18 10 60 ABOU1 S168 000 lm lltstxess Sc Hoot GrtAnUATL Hrs per rnanent carnrngs begrn rt ZZ Bv the trrne he rs .10 hrs rncome equals that of the hrgh school graduate at 10 and contrntres to rrse Stnce hrs rncome rs dependent upon hrs mental abrlrtv and trarnrng and rs constant'-1 rrnproved bv practrce rt tncreases rather than drntrnrshes The graduate rn btrsrness 'tdrnrmstra ron reaches hrs maxrmtrm at 60 and has a lrfe average rncome of Sll 000 anntrallx TOTAL EARNINGS Frzovr 2' 10 60 S300 000 TO S418 000 LIFE INCOMES At Educational Group Levels 'na Untnund 'ru mp sunt -no mutans an-nun naman-sua 'IIOIIN For frftv lout years Draughons School ol Busrness Lrt tle Rock arkansas has accepted the responsrbrlrty of sup plyrng btrsrness and rndustrx wrthrn our rear wrtlt properly tr rrned oflrcc prrsonncl Por more than ten sears otrr I-ree I-.mplovment De putrnent has reccrved mam mam more ctlls lor trarned personnel than we could possrbly frll bectuse we could not trarn tltern last enough Not havrng the words to ex press to votr the possrbrlrtrcs ol thorough busrness educa tron we subrnrt to you thc tbotc report entrtlec You Pay lor -X Btrsrncss hducttron Xklrcther Xou Get lt Or Not 11 on t you re rd rnd studs thrs report and ask votrrself thrs qucstron Xlax I also reccrse profrts and benefrts by at tcndrng Dratrghon School ot Busrness Irttle Rock l-or full rnlorrnttron about courses offered wrrte us lor our free book 'IRXIN FOR BLSINILSS SCHOOL of BUSINESS SCHOOL of RADIO Box rr zrbwea s..+h s+ uma Rocrc ARKANSAS 215 o o f A ' .' , . .. i . . bl I I . . . .. 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' 1 ,Q v r 1 1 . , , V-.. - 1 -T. - , , 1 . . , - r USED Service with a Smile CARS C A R RIN G T O N S Glover Bros Servlce Statlon Rad., and TV gemce Battenes Tlres Tubes Accessories l623 wes+ '59, S+ I500 East Broadway North Little Rock NOVIII I-'HIC ROCII FR 50849 lIALL'S MEN'S WEAR Congratulations Seniors' Complete Formals for Sale or Rent' DAVIS TIRES Congratuhatuons Semors' 221 Main Noah L.++e Rock OWENS FUNERAL HOME ann Street North Lltile Rock Burial Insurance That Everyone Can Afford N-L ll A M NIIMII ,f gig '5 f we vw ly lm 'nf II' ulance Servxce Day or Night Tel FR 4 0312 or FR 4 0313 Mllllel' Pollflac C0 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS """WeS+CaP'+o' HASKEL olcKENsoN Little Rock The Best Dressed Man Has the Advantage' Vlslt BAUMAN S 302 Mann to I I I West Third MEN S SHOP LITTLE ROCK Complaments ot YEA WILDCATSI Park Recgrd CEOnl0nt,5 St0l'0 l8tI1 8: Moss North Lrttle Rock I I0 East H Park HIII Good eatmg all the time MILADY BEAUTY SALON .lobe S Cafe Expert Tmtmg 8: Haur Styllng 704 Ark Mo Hwy SKyIlne 3 239I Open AII NIQIII Lucille Nahlen Owner I06 East Second Arr Cond t oned 216 0 ur a Y . 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Hle Rock lllLL'S DRUG STOBE 3300Pk A Nr'I'hI.HI R k Y Healfh Is O B s s KOEHLER'S BAKERY Fne Cakes Cookies Pies Breads N rII1LH'I R k Thomas Cox Realty Co M NQRTH LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS Twln Cnty Tlre Company Recappmg Repairing Sherwin Williams 720 M FR 5 737I 59I9 K g Ph MO 6 9297 R NWAY M25 We we If Hfpfwik fa WMQMWWMWASS OMPANY If My fy ,J ,fl Q2 jv , Iiiobjiqpirkohsasygibdjstjgldl Bei ore iff, zlfkfflmfg fir I I Indy IJ 9,9 Phone FR 4-4343 fu , Ip JJ! 0 'MM 0 LiH-le Rock, Arkansas M! JF A MM' VNU, "Every Blass Customer Must Be Satisfied" 217 v 0 Y Con rafulafions Seniors I . 21 , , 1..A ., I am 3' A-A,I :G Ts. am- one I ,Lf-' ""' o h i e oc, r. A 7l9 ain S ree+ I I I ie venue - o i e oc r 3 I " our ur u Ines " I ' . ' . ' 7I6 ain SI'ree+ 7I I Main Sfreef I7I6 Pike o i e oc ' - V. I o - 0 o . . . I ri ain -- Phone - - 55.5 , '7 avanau h- one - H. S. . A pj Li'HIe ock S U1 - 5 my . P I , 7 JJ! 'J A Q11 I L L - I Q I 'I ' ' 3 rv ,I . 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L' WW LL MI L 'JJ ,P I pw , fl' ge' ML CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WI ESE ,om 3:2 LQ YOUR FRIENDLY NORTH LITTLE Rock THEAT RIALTO ir PARK ak PRINC Ge0rge's Cleaners 3220 Pike Avenue SK 3 040I Norfh Ll'H'Ie Rock Ark are Dependent Not Independent Tommys Servlce Cen Tlres Ba'H'erLes Wheel Balancmgj tc Mo'l'or Tune Up 40I Pike A e Phone FR 2 6489 DIRECT Bedding and Furniture C0 20I2 Pllre A e ue NOFTII LLI"rIe Roc FR 5 9363 Lee Huffman BARBER SHOP 7I3 Mann Nor'l'h LL'H'Ie Rock CONGRATULATIONS smuoms A I b e r I: B I o o m Home of Tuf Nui' Jeans 6I'I1 and Cenfer FR 4-4503 PH' e Rock JOE DEWITT co 6P????D SEE US FIRST Norfh L 'HIe Rock MO0DY'S Reeapplng Servlee AII Work Guaran'reed 8I6 E Broad ay Nor'II1 Ll'H'Ie Rock Phone FR 5 7543 Ralph Stanley Grocerues 8: Feeds 3623 Camp Roblnson R ad CongraTuIaTIons Sensors DIFFEE LUMBFB C0 Pamfs Varmshes I90I E 3rd FR546I6 6I7 UNITED BUILDERS SUPPLY 522 Wes+ 22nd DeVoe PaLn+ Lumber FR 5 7747 A ' I x I ,1 1' C? I ' T 'T- .2 IV f kk 'ff 'X I I ' ' r Lg, a . Q ' Q fl Il, u ' ' v . - 4 We ' ' v n ' It ' ' V L' I H Year Round A'r Condifioning W , 72I Main i , ' o 4 e ' 218 hui" U gg If Qffwff .MVK J M1 rw vb' ,Lee tf'1fzfW'M!4f1 27-Luifcqj ,lf z UUA' XL 515 '1- Around The Corner 'VNHTIUNBI BANK From Anywhere f ff 'FWNMBMWTW Congratulations lllgh School Seniors of 1957 the m m Cohn company I 6l9 Main Street Jewelers Little Rock, Ark. QE R432 -55 C5 f ' .2 ' Outstanding Jewelry Gifts R 'K X325 N 0 The finest in Sterling Silver f E ' Famous name China and Crystal A EE X - Exclusive Diamond Rings in fjjge Egfgx 5 A ' K,-'L' 1 V, ,fi DQ i , l'LQ!f at 1 to We ' l pew! In . -QA' I - ,bf HL 1, L h ' X K lf, E71 xx' .. y Q f W t i , ff if LITTLE ROCK 'Qt . . . I in -QQ GOSS SERVICE COMPANY 70Z84lf00t6 Pfzadualfd yt P FR2 22I ComeV tthe Tee agers Pa ad se Nite Hawk Cafe Int up hme IS ' 3' -gm QII gf National Lead Company Wm Walke Represe tat e F I R3 I' III Ixawxrrefxs llAVlllSON Furniture Company 7I I w th R North LIttle Rock PaInt and Wallpaper Company Sewell Pa nts PIcture Fram ng 9l5W +22 dst Ph FR44752 JIJMAMMQLQCB-4LAAMeZlf5g.Z02QI461e4Z g,IZ,,..,Q,P.46a.iY I zoo MAIN HOLSTED DRUG C0 NORTH LITTLE ROCK ARK TIMES PRINTING COMPANY SISM NORTH LITTLE ROCK ARK Standard Furnlture Company 20 M St N th Lttl R It It s For the Home See Us fspcww V-,dv fwWQ,,,9r5,,,,vI28..y,y5Q' BIG ROCK STONE 84 MATERIAL CO FOOT OF ASHLEY STREET Little Rock, Arkansas READY MIXED CONCRETE CRUSHED STONE WASHED CHANNEL SAND PORTLAND CEMENT Each Order Given Prompt Individual Attention Phone FRanklin 4-0381 - Little Rock Phone Llberty 4-3341 - Jacksonville 220 pa. T T I If If I N Broadwa a Maple hone -2 ncnusrm-on' 14 Isi " n r I " I - 'f r' A . r- n Iv England, Arlc. George Bell, Owner Phone FR 5-746I Y S kk if ' est 7 Little ocl: I X " ' I I I s I - ' I es n . one - - X , . . X, Y 1 I 'T 4 ' ' P 0 lp I ,, ' Uk -D ' T E 9 ain . or i e oclc I din n 1 11 I . Q ff' ,iffy iff 9 'lf Xi qohgfff -W 44-ff: , I N he sardomc grm . H ,I ,0 I Q " Centunes ago a favonte poison of those with homxcrdal mtent was the drug herba sardomca I fa Before death herba sardomca lnduced gaxety and laughter and occaslonal spasmodxc contractlon of I ' ' the faclal muscles whlch slmulated a gnn Thus was ,.f -4 I YRJ' ongmated the expresslon a sardomc gnu Today L the sale of dangerous drugs IS regulated by law Do not be offended when refused the right to buy poisonous medncme It IS for your protectlon Only We are quahfied to dnspeuse them. t 3 1 9902 WWW WW I I LEON HOLSTED DRUGS 46 I 0 East Broadway North Little Rock Ark Phone WI 5 I49I N ?,mmfQ3it?3l?giim W MW Wlwswmgm M WMM WW 221 5 ,J q N I ,Q-,fxx . ' 0 ' 4,2 . ., I I p A V ' . 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X' Ziyi ". .Il , K V 'A ' ' H - ' ' ' lf t' X ,- 'Q XT Y aphysician is qualified to prescribe dangerous drugs. las yy -,. ,I , I' , Y K S , " f A - ' Q -' 4 , ' Eff, M- ' just " Y if " IN . ' -.fsirirsf Eiisisisiisisiais' X 'J M1 E' . N f y W izisisisii- sisgsgiiiiiiiiii x, J -- , , - N I 'L s:5:s:5:ig?' 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Mo. Highway Rialto Barber Shop "The Best in Town" 207 Main North Little Rock Congratulations 1957 Seniors Brady lleese Hardware 8: Sports Goods Store 4l32 East Washington North Little Rock 22 if Tj' K f . ' -7 4 11' f WW pa 'Z fx' 0' ' ' V I 4 .4.. 5 Q - ' I , . I i . 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