North Little Rock High School - Wildcat Yearbook (North Little Rock, AR)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 304 of the 1959 volume:
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Auld Lang Syne
Future seniors place orders for senior cards.
How much is that doggie in the Window?
Yes- Spring did come: and wilh ir came +he
las'r minuie faslcs for all. For +he seniors if brough+
all ihe happy and long-awaifed senior ac+ivi+ies,
+ha+ one lasl' annual, and ihaf one big momen'r-
For sophomores and juniors spring heralded
fhe exci+emen+ of cheerleader elec+ions and
seleciion of nexi' year's sfudenf body officers,
classifica+ion for ihe coming year, and a big sigh
for fhe year iusi' pas'r.
Spring le'H' many wi+h happy memories and 1'he
an+icipa+ion of fhe evenis +o come when school
rolls around again in 'rhe fall.
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dining to dancing--the wonderful banquet and prom. Senior class officers dine in style at the speaker's table
Enter all ye lads and lassies in gala apparel-in other Words, bop it out!
Their Maiesfies King David lBevansl'and
Queen Peggy lYielding . . . All Wildcai
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Lunches were packed and beach bags full as fhe
mighiy seniors wen'r +o Willow Springs for fheir picnic.
Leaving school al' noon, we spenl' +he alfernoon in gay
confusion on land and in ihe wafer-splashing, ducking.
ialking and dancing. Our firsl' and las'r senior picnic was
here foday and gone +omorrow--buf never +o be re-
moved from our book of "By-gones".
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"For we lmow fhaf if our earfhly house of fhis fabernacle were dissolved, we have a
building of God, an house no+ made wil'h hands, efernal in 'I'he heavens."
Hank would have gradualed wifh us. I+ will lake a long +ime for us 'lo gel' adiusfed fo life
wifhoui him. Buf his unfimely dea+h has +augh+ us, no doub+, 'rhe full meaning of fhe lines:
"Oh, beH'er fhan +he min+ing of a golden ring
Is fhe safe-kepl' memory of a lovely +hing."
Mrs,Irmo Bryant Wilson
"Tell me no+, in mournful numbers, " "' ak 'l' All +ha+ is, a+ all,
Life is bul' an emply dream! Lasls ever, pasl recall:
Life is reall Life is earnesfl Earfh changes, bul' l'hy soul and God
And fhe grave is noi' Hs goal: slancl sure:
Dusf fhou ar1', lo clusl' refurnesf, Whal' enferecl info fhee,
Was noi' spoken of +he soul." THAT was, is, and shall bex"
Now we know, Mrs. Wilson, beloved English feacher, iusl' exaclly whal' fhose lines mean.
Billy Ioe Moody
Iohn Hilliard Memorial Athletic A-
ward as most outstanding senior
H a n s e n 's
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Miss North Little Rock
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A marquis, duke, and cr' that, It's coming yet, tor a' that
But an honest mcrn's aboon his might, That man to man, the warld o'er
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ALL ARTIST and entertainer, Scotty plays
his violin for his fans.
NOW AN AMERICAN, Scotty signs his na-
turalization papers-and receives con-
gratulations from Mrs. Healy.
Mr. Balfor Healy
Who is one ot the most popular and well-known
people anywhere on "Wildcat Hill".
And as our student body grows yearly more cos-
mopolitan, this fascinating personality originally
trom Helnsburg, Scotland, in the Scottish Lowlands,
tits into its pattern even more certainly.
For, whether he is telling about climate, people,
and occupations ot England to the World Geo-
graphy classes: quoting Robbie Burns to the Eng-
lish Literature seniors: playing his thirty-year-old
one string violin tor the choirs: contrasting English
and American government tor American History
classes: or entertaining his many tans with his in-
imitable clowning, "Scotty" makes campus activity
complete tor all Wildcats.
So Wildcats can be especially grateful that a
kindly tate let Scotty's daughter marry an Arkansas
Gul. and that he was persuaded to live here and
become an American citizen.
And as you look back through this annual years
from now, and read this page, you will, with all
gratitude, think ot Scotty-Maybe we could have
gotten along without him, but we're glad we
didn't have to.
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Wiflfu warp of royal blue for loyal+y and woof of
prisline wl1i+e for honor are woven crimson for
courage and gold for oppor'runi+y fo make flue
Proudly worn by con+emporaries and alumni, fhis
beau+iful "plaid" now cloflwes warm l1ear+s and +rue
around i'l'l6 globe who will always 'fondly remember
fheir days on old Ben Wildcat
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Dear Old Alma Mater,
We honor Thee today,
With hearts ot love and loyalty,
With colors bright and gay,
Yes, We are ready to iight for Thee,
To give ot our very best,
For the school We love and cherish
Dear',N L R H S.
STUDENTS HURRY to avoid the tardy bell early
in the morning.
NOLAN WOMBLE, Ierry Matchett, and Ioe Lewis Work on cars
SOPHOMORE Tommy Dalton receives direc
in Auto Mechanics.
IACKIE TILLEY, Celinda Shirley, and Miki Bailey Work
on American History.
STUDENTS FOUND the library a place to study.
IUST LOAFING: Donnie Caple.
Day by Day
Life Moved Along
on Ben Wildcal
Twas lhe sixlh ol Seplember, and Ben Wildcal
was greeled wilh smiles lrom bolh new and old
sludenls. For lhe lirsl lew weelcs, many direclions
were given, many queslions answered, somelimes
correclly, bul more lhan once incorreclly.
Some ol lhe lime we sludied, bul more ol lhe
lime, we loaled. Ol course lhere were a lew, and
lhey were lew, lhal even sludied oulside ol class.
We really enioyed our assemblies, especially
when lhey were like lhese.
Showing our school spiril, we allended bonlires:
and clubs lried lo "drum up" new' members.
IELPING EACH OTHER are Iimmy Finch, Frank Naka-
mura and Dick Carroll.
We relaxed al lhe Youlh cenler, bul were lense
in some ol lhe more dramalic momenls ol our plays.
We "primped" lo have our piclures made-Bul
mosl ol lhe lime, we iusl "gooled".
WATCHING THE ASSENBLY Henry Ketcher, Blanchard Cau
sey, Iimmy Gibbs, Steve Stevenson, Winston Futrell, and Bruce
Dobbs. The pretty performers are Celinda Shirley and Miki
AT THE BONFIRE Larry Swaim M.C.'s.
AFTER THE GAME, dancers hold forth on the floor of the Youth Center.
BOOKING STUDENTS FOR PICTURES, Margaret Whitting,
Mary Iane Tediord, lean Evans, and Iudy Goode.
WHOOPING IT UP on assemblyp C. A.
Eckel, Carol Merritt, Rita Fisher, Tomilea
Harvey, and Heather Dodson.
WHAT'S IN THE HATBOX? Steve Steven
son and Peggy Yielding in a tense scene
from "NIGHT MUST FALL".
"HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT ----- ?" Berth:
Smith and Velma Price take time to talk be
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SHOWING THE EFFECTS of released atmospheric pressure, Marion Monk operates me vacuum pump while Ierry
Rogers, Iames Riviere, Bobby Moore, Fred Holland, Toshio Oishi, Iohn Ault, Jimmy Goff, and Iohn Greenert kibitz.
'lWhat's a' your jargon o' your schools, Some fire the soldier on to dare,
Your Latin names tor horns an' stools? Some rouse the patriot up to bare
It honest Nature made you tools, Corruption's heart:
What sairs your grammars? Some teach the bard-a darling care-
Ye'd better ta'en up spades and shools, The tunetul art."
The maioriiy of our school hours are speni' in a classroom under 1'he
experl' guidance of a 'reacher. Here, we 'Fal+er along and fhen gradually
gain speed in +he process of learning. The 'reacher is our guardian, guide,
and sfay who helps us +o gain ihe knowledge and experience we will
need for fhe resl' of our lives.
There are 'rhe praciical 'rhings such as English, mafh, and home eco-
nomics. Then, many professions require more 'rechnical knowledge such as
higher malh, sciences, and languages. A lol' of us 'rake subiecfs for our
own pleasure, like arf, music, or speech.
For 'rhese many reasons a classroom becomes a valuable parl' of
e our lives.
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SKETCHING WITH CRAYON is Senior
Art Student Ioyce McElroy.
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Mrs. Reyburn Fearnside
Head of The English Depar+men+
Bachelor of Arls and .Mas+er of Aris, Universi+y of
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Mrs. Sarah Helms
Many of us here on Wildcal' Hill, because we use
+he English language and because +ha+ language is
rapidly becoming one of +he mos'r widely used, fhink
liH'le of fhe beauliful, flowery languages of our friends
sou+h of fhe border who speak French, Spanish, and
ln French, 'raugh+ by Mrs. Sarah Helms, La+in
+augh+ by Mrs. Helms and Mrs. Ni+a Allbrighf, and
Spanish faughl' by Miss Bernice Blankenship, sfudenls
learn +he paris of speech, and +he devialions of +he
language as well as +he cusioms, dress, and food of
1'he peoples of lhese counfries. These sfudenls have
a club for 'rheir parficular language. They are La+in-
Quo Vadis, Spanish-Espanole, and French, Le Cercle
Francais. They are responsible for a+ leas+ one as-
sembly a year. This assembly usually +ells 'rhe acliviiies
of 1'he club.
The prinfed word is said fo be second besl only +o
fhe spoken word in power. BeHer iournalis'rs who have,
along wifh lhe abilily +o wri+e, a sense of l'ru'lh and
honesfy +ha+ has come from Freedom of fhe Press,
are being furned oul' by 'rhe High Schools each year.
These s+uden+s and o+hers like lhem are slowly bul'
surely doing away wiih +he "yellow iournalis1's" of fhe
day and are replacing 'rhem wifh frue public reporl-
Head of rhe Deparfmenf of Languages
Bachelor of Ar+s, S+al'e Teachers College, Conway
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Pcxrlez-vous, Francais, Mademoiselle?
Miss Kafye Lou Russell
Head of +he Depar+men+ of Journalism
Bachelor of Arls, Ouachifa College, Arkadelphia
Mas+er of Ar+s, Universify of Arkansas, Fayelfeville
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English Bachelor of Arfs, Sfafe Teachers
Bachelor of Arfs, Sfafe Teachers College, Conway
College, Conway Masfer of Science, Universify of
Masfer of Arfs, Universify of Arkansas, Fayeffeville
Mrs. Marian Phillips, English
Bachelor of Arfs, Cenfral Sfafe
College, Edmond, Okla.
Mrs. Vada Cowan, English
Bachelor of Arfs, Henderson
Teachers College, Arkadelphia
Masfer of Arfs, Peabody College,
Helpless Is The Student
Who Lacks Command of
To diagram or nof fo diagram, is if an adverb
or an adiecfive, was if Boswell or Bunyan: fhese are
fhe quesfions. Yes, fhese quesfions asked frequenf-
ly by various sfuclenfs sfress fhe fhree phases of
English: diagramming, grammar, and liferafure.
No Sophomore could possibly go fhrough his firsf
year of high school wifhouf firsf becoming ac-
quainfed wifh "Silas Marner", "Julius Caesar", and
"Tale of Two Cifies". ln lhis grade, much of fhe
fime is spenf on fechnical grammar in an efforf fo
consolidafe whaf has been given fo him earlier in
order for him fo have fhe essenfial fools of spelling,
puncfuafion, correcf usage and senfence sfrucfure
fhaf will be necessary during his Junior and Senior
ln his Junior year, a sfudenf may choose eifher
ferminal igenerall or college preparafory lspeciall
English. These courses are primarily fhe same and
differ only in fhe amounf of work required and fhe
mefhod of approach.
Senior English offers advanced courses in wrif-
fen and oral English. The dreaded Senior Theme
appears on fhe scene abouf fhis fime. This fheme,
usually from l500 fo 2000 words, may be wriffen
on any subiecf. Seniors also sfudy "Macbefh" wrif-
fen by "Whirling Willie". You don"r know who fhaf
is? Why fhal"s N.L.R.H.S. sfudenfs' pef name for
Mr. G. A. Jones, English Mrs. Anne W. Browder, English Miss Dee Blasengame, English Miss Linda Worden, English
Bachelor of Science, Sfafe Bachelor of Science, Alabama Bachelor of Arfs, Winfhrop Bachelor of Science in Educafu
Teachers College, Conway Polyfechnic College, Auburn College, Rock Hill, Soufh Carolina Sfafe Teachers College, Conw
Masfer of Science, Iowa Sfafe Masfer of Arfs, Universify of
College, Ames Florida, Gainesville
LITERATURE is one of the most important
phases of English. Virginia Wilkins stud-
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Richard Yada reports to Miss Worden.
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CAN YOU IMAGINE . . . Ruth Woodcock
practices public speaking in English class.
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DRAWING TRIPLICATES for the Wildcat is editor Mary Fortenbury.
READING VAN DYKE PROOFS is Wildcat editor
Are Produced in
Newspaper jargon, silk screen paint, pictures,
and mounting boards are all permanent tixtures in
the NLRHS journalism department.
To "laymen" the job ot turning out the Hi Comet
every two weeks, three Satellites a year, and the
276-page 9xI2 Wildcat annual may appear to be
a simple one. But the appearance is all that is
simple. Many long hard hours are spent in writing
l75,000 words and headlines. And along with the
writing are the pictures that complete the Hi Com-
et and "make" the annual.
The photographers ot the Publications Depart-
ment remind one ot perpetual motion. It is up to
them to see that pictures are taken ot every school
activity, club, and taculty member, and that is just
the beginning. The annual alone uses l,800 pictures.
Advertising is indispensable. It helps deter the
expenses ot the Hi Comet and the Wildcat. lt is
the responsibility ot the journalism classes to sell
this advertising and draw up the ad copy. Ap-
roximately 2,000 column inches ot advertising
have been sold this year tor the Hi Comet, and al-
most S3,000 tor the Wildcat.
Hi-Comet editor Tucker Steinmetz pounds a st ary, George
Bartsch, re-Write editor scans lead, Wildcat literary editor and
Hi-Comet news editor Carolyn Weise types and Robert Shaw,
Hi-Comet editor reads notes on 'ihot story."
Staff Artist Carolyn Terry cuts silk-screen
stencil and Linda Reed learns technique.
Finishing touches are put on the Satellite
by Carolyn Terry, "chief squeeger", while
Mary Io Corzine, Carolyn Hampton, and
Kay Knickerbocker admire the finished
SMILE AND SAY CHEESE . . . Usually
on the other end of the camera are Staff
Photographers Ion McSpadden, Dean
Head, Ogden Mayhue, Billy Kiehl, and
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Iackson reads the Hi-Cornet-and all our
work proved Worthwhile.
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lasfer of Educafion, Universily of Arkansas,
Learning To Speak
Spanish sfudenls sfudy +he firsf year fhe five
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fickey Clcxmpit tells of his visit to Mexico. He
:ought some heads bcxck prove it. lBe1owl l
xn't believe my eyes cxrdotiis sitting at that
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as well as pronouns, sublecls, oblecls, and reflexive.
B'o'rh oral and wriHen vocabulary +es1's and dicfa-
fion are scheduled for every fifrh lesson or al' lhe
end of each unil.
Adding in'reres'r are lhe +ex+boolc's Spanish songs
and dialogues presenled in class and club sessions.
Enlhusiaslic spelling malches are conducled affer
fhe Spanish alphabel' has been memorized.
Insfruclions are always sfaled in Spanish ac-
quainring fhe sfudenls wi'rh +he beaufiful word
sounds. All parfs of speech are inlroduced as lhe
Second-year sfudenls conlinue +he s+udy of verbs
in lhe indicafive and subiuncfive moods and also
learn The five compound lenses of fhe indicalive.
Memorizing and presenling dialogues is a parl' of
'rheir daily assignmenfsg in facl, +hey are encour-
aged lo discuss currenl 'ropics wi+h one anofher
enfirely in Spanish during class. Each compleled
uni+ culminafed in bo'rh oral and wriHen vocabulary
Reporls are made on books wi'rh La+in-American
seH'ings by illusfrafing characlers and places. Pen
pals wrife in Spanish 'ro many of 'rhe sludenls, giv-
ing fhem a golden opporfunily fo learn how 'rhe
indigenous people speak.
Bullefin boards and posfers designed by fhe slu-
denls are confinually drawing fheir aH'en'rion +o fhe
numerous "fies+as" of fhe Lafin Americans.
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-Paul Dickey, Cheryl Wcxlthczll,
Lczrry Lybarger, C. A. Eckel,
Benny Kail, Ierry Sisk.
CORRESPONDENCE from Paris,
France-Marian Alford, Robbie
Shelton, Mrs. Helms.
Mrs. B. F. Allbright, Latin
Bachelor of Arts, Hendrix College,
Believing that the study ot Latin is valuable even in a world ot
satellites and missiles and anti-missiles, North Little Rock High ot-
ters two years ot this classical language. While Latin is regarded
as one ot the disciplinary subiects that make tor caretul and precise
study habits, it is recognized as the basis tor the study ot many
It is extremely valuable in learning other languages. lt can give
the student new insight into English grammar and can aid ma-
terially in increasing his vocabulary. A study ot Latin can help
the student to understand cultural ditterences and relationships.
By the use ot illustrations and reading selections the student is
exposed to the ancient Roman civilization which was the tounda-
tion tor much ot our Western civilization.
First year Latin consists largely ot drill and memory worlc-
rules to be learned and applied, torms to be memorized accurately
and English derivations to be recognized and used. There is no
sugarcoating the worlc laid out tor this tirst year.
In the second year there is more drill and memory worlc and
more complicated constructions to be learned and understood
and used. ln this year the reading selections serve to introduce
the student to Latin literature with special emphasis on the Gallic
Wars as reported by Julius Caesar.
The Latin Club "Quo Vadis" has been active this year and
their work has been interesting. lt has helped materially to malce
the Latin courses attractive to students with the result
that more and more students are electing the course.
Tyler trcmslcxtes-but Sisk sweats it over the third declension,
even with tec1cher's help
Is the Study of
ln the French department students have two
years ot study with about seventy students enrolled.
They start the study by learning phonetic symbols
in order to learn pronunciation. They learn to carry
on short conversations in the language.
Since French is composed ot many irregular
verbs, the students learn to coniugate many verbs.
They learn to translate from French into English
and trom English into French.
Students also try to read and understand the
At the end ot the two years ot study, they have
learned ten ditterent tenses and many ot the idio-
matic expressions used in French.
ln second year the students read a French reader
which tells many things about the lite and customs
ot the people.
Also learned is the singing ot many French songs.
Several French tilms are shown.
BARTSCH AND EMMONS-Well, suppose cr pretty girl
said "Ie t'c1ime" to you!
This year students have started correspondence
with French students. This has been an interesting
project as each one is learning to read French as
they use it. Some ot the French students write in
English, and this is certainly interesting, because
otten it is easier to get the meaning ot their French
than it is to get the meaning ot their English.
gomery, Robert Lczmcm, Vondci
cmd Lcmce Sullenberger
Mrs Garland Beavers, Human
Bachelor of Music, and Special
Sfudies in Guidance Counseling,
Umversify of Arkansas,
Mrs. Hazel Ragland, American Governmenf and Economics
Bachelor of Arfs, Sfafe Teachers College, Conway
Head of Deparfmenf of Social Sfudies
The Record of
Man's Relation 'ro Man ls
Af a fime when fhe challenge of fofalifarianism
calls for greafer emphasis on mafhemafics and
science, feachers and pupils in fhe social sfudies
realize fhaf fhere are plenfy of problems in making
Democracy work. lf is our fask fo fhink crifically,
sfudy carefully, discuss sincerely fhe problems of
living freely fogefher-and fo work af fhem wifh
courage, undersfanding, and everlasfing vigilance.
There is excifemenf in fhe sfory of America, fhe
land which sfands af fhe greafesf force for freedom
in fhe world. A generafion fhaf inherifs fhe highesf
sfandard of living ever affained should sfrive fo un-
dersfand and improve fhis herifage. The purpose of
fhe course in American Hisfory is fo develop fhe
background of fhe democrafic ideal in America
in order fhaf we may have an abiding faifh in fhe
values of democracy and a resolufion fo add fo
fhe realifies of fhese values.
The purpose of world hisfory is fo enable fhe sfu-
denf fo undersfand fhe world sociefy of foday by
seeing how if has developed. If seeks fo give a
sense of fhe realify of fhe pasf, fhe confinuify of
fhe sfream of hisfory, and fhe debf of fhe presenf
generafion fo fhe pasf.
He's got the whole world in his hcmds.
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The Civil War is a major topic of discussion and explan-
ation in history classes.
The course in American government teaches the
functions of the various departments of government
and the interaction of its agencies. Students learn +he
importance of a free ballot and an appreciation of
a democratic form of government.
Former president Herbert Hoover has said: "l have
but one suggestion: that you survey its scene today,
that you debate every phase of this government, that
you carry this debate to every street corner, every
schoolhouse, every shop and every counting room.
What you decide will be final for your country, for
you have many votes. You will have the burdens."
History is made by the ever familiar "Congressional
Irs. Paul Mosley, World History
1d Current Events
achelor of Arts, Ouachita
lr. C. W. McFall, World History
achelor of Arts, University ot
Iew Mexico, Albuquerque
Ierry Iones tries to understand cz fine point in his-
tory class as Mrs. Fleming explains.
Mr. A. F. Aldridge, American
Bachelor of Science in Education,
State Teachers College, Conway:
Master of Education, University of
Mrs. William G. Fleming,
Are Studies of
Peoples and Government
The attempt to understand current events in the
light ot geographic backgrounds is a never-ending
task. The student 'Finds himselt with a new textbook
every morning-the daily newspaper. Everything
that happens everywhere in the world in his con-
cern. All available aids are used-reterence books,
maps, globes, charts, periodicals, audio-visual aids
-in the hope that a small amount ot learning will
result in a large measure ot tolerance as the world
becomes smaller and man is torced to live closer
to his neighbor.
Understanding how peoples must adiust living
standards to natural resources brings greater ap-
preciation ot under-developed areas.
A well-informed American citizen understands in-
surance plans, social security, taxation, investments,
and budgeting. In the consumer economics course,
he learns how to spend his money in order to secure
tor himselt and his tamily the highest possible stand-
ard ot living.
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Bachelor ot Liberal Law,
of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Mrs. Louise Schmidt, Human
Bachelor of Science, Howard Payne
College, Brownwood, Texas
Human relations students study psychology.
Human Relations is the course designed to help
tenth graders understand themselves and to appreci-
ate their fellows so that living together in the world
may be a ioyful experience.
As Robert Burns put it:
"Then let us pray that come it may,
As come it will tor a' that,
That sense and Worth, o'er a' the earth,
May hear the gree tor a' that.
For a' that, an' a' that,
1t's coming yet, tor a' that,
That man to man the world o'er,
Shall brothers be, for a' that."
Miss Bess Johnston Head of the De artment of Mathematics
Bachelor of Arts, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Well, what do you know about that? It does come out
The mathematics program in Senior High School
seeks to meet the needs of students by offering ad-
vanced algebra, trigonometry, and solid geometry.
The student in algebra learns to organize, inter-
pret, and graph statistical data, to appreciate the
methods of viewing and dealing with quantitative
relations: to acquire the ability to solve simultaneous
and quadratic equations, to extract roots: to handle
ratio, proportions, variation, progression, binomial
formula, and determinants, all of which are neces-
sary to understand atomic energy, space travel,
rockets, etc. Permutation, combinations, and prob-
ability are needed in the study of medicine and in
Most branches of higher mathematics depend on
fundamental trigonometric laws and properties.
Physics, astronomy, engineering, and mechanics
could not have developed without trigonometry.
The construction and operation of an airplane would
be impossible without the techniques of trigonome-
Obiectives to be attained by the study of solid
geometry will help one to discover and organize
valuable information about three-dimensional space-
information that will be helpful to those who plan
to become engineers, architects, draftsmen, tool
designers, machinists, and also those who merely
wish to be able to read with understanding, and to
converse intelligently about the world's great en-
gineering and scientific feats.
Never in history has mathematics faced greater
challenges than those it faces today. One of the
cries of these times is for more and better trained
mathematicians. In many ways the world's scientific
and engineering progress in the years ahead de-
pends upon the ability of today's students to meet
Whisencmt plots a graph.
WORKING?? . . . Donna Wellhausen, Lin Phelps, and
Phyliss Thompson work in algebra class.
Marilyn Medlock works a solid geometry problem.
PRIZE WINNING PROIECTS: Iames McGinnis and David
Deaton display prize-winning projects entered in the
math-science fair. Both were in the plane geometry
lrs. O. D. Lawless, Plane
achelor of Science in Education,
tate Teachers College, Conway
Irs. Fred Croom, Plane Geometry
ld General Mathematics
lchelor of Arts, University of
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Mrs. Henry C. Whitting, Algebra
and General Mathematics
Bachelor of Science, Alabama
Polytechnic College, Auburn
PREPARING AN EXHIBIT: Carl Wright
cmd Gary Whisencmt.
Younger Cats Study
Plane Geometry and
North Little Roclc High School offers mathematics
courses to fit the needs of all students. For tenth grad-
ers, Algebra l, General Mathematics and Plane Geome-
trv are offered.
Algebra ll is offered to the eleventh grade students,
and solid geometry, trigonometry, and general mathe-
matics are offered for the seniors.
Algebra l is offered for those students who neglected
to talce it in the ninth grade and have since decided to
study advanced mathematics.
General mathematics is offered for those students
who do not wish to talce advanced mathematics but feel
they do need some math to prepare them for adult life.
Plane geometry, Algebra ll, Solid Geometry, and
Trigonometry are the advanced courses which are avail-
able to the college-bound student.
DULID 1 EUMYTKY
Marion Monk and David Goss mount the colorful solid geometry posters.
,SI Dewey johnson finally learned to add!!!
Is he really working? No, Iimmy Ioe Paul is just listening
to Ieanette Duncan. After all, ct woman does know best
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Mrs. James Taylor, Physics. Head of Science Department
Bachelor of Arts, Erskine College, Due West, S. C. Master
of Education, University of Ark.
Physics is the story of energy. The true nature of
energy, what it really is, is one of the great un-
knowns. One of the most' important' concerns of
physics is with transformations of energy-with
their controls, with their applications, and with the
natural laws which govern them.
We go exploring into the mysteries of motion,
electricity, magnetism, sound, light, gravity, heat,
and the atoms themselves. We learn about the na-
ture and behavior of all the 'Forces of the cosmos
which follows very simple rules. We learn how great
scientists probed into the unknown and brought'
forth some degree of understanding of the physical
phenomena which govern our universe. We are able
to see the scientific possibilities for the new age
ahead which really stimulates the imagination.
WATCHED POT . . . Bobby Remel seeks the specific heat
PEEK-A-BOO! Robert Loman studies protozoa.
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'lOscar" is taken apart by Mrs. Blevins as interested
biology students watch.
Adjusting a fractional distillation column are Mau-
rene Cohen and Danny Cook.
rs. Eula Blevins, Biology
ichelor of Science, Slale
rachers College, Conway
asfer of Arls, Peabody College,
Mr. William Ripley, Chemislry
Bachelor of Arls and Masler of
Arls, Universily of Ark.,
r. David H. Manson, Biology
lchelor of Science and Masler
Science, Universily of Ark.,
Somebody had frog legs for dinner! Bill Bald-
ridge cmd Billy Ioe Moody tcxlk to Mrs. Blevins
Gives a New Idea
Of Living Things
A whole new conceplion of living lhings is whal
mosl sludenls receive from sludying Biology. This
field of science is divided inlo lwo seclions of sludy:
Bolany and Zoology. Bolany is lhe sludy of planls
and Zoology, lhe sludy of animals.
Each year in lhe early fall, sludenls are encour-
aged lo bring live specimens lo class for observa-
lion. This colleclion usually conlains anylhing from
frogs lo snakes and from mice lo bullerflies.
A while mouse lSnow Whilel was conlribuled lhis
year. ll was used for a sludy of heredily.
Spring lime, lhe lime for flowers and planls,
produces specimens for lhe parl of Biology, especi-
ally favored by "budding" Biologisl, called Bolan .
Planls in various forms and slages and occasionallly
waler conlaining fungus or algae are pul under lhe
miscrosope for closer observalion.
Winler, lhe lime of year when animals go inlo
hibernalion and planls die, lhe human body is slud-
ied. Respiralion, reproduclion, nulrilion, and
melabolism are branches of lhis sludy.
No lour of lhe lab would be complele wilhoul
having mel Oscar, lhe Body, and Boney Maroney
lhe Skelelon. Oscar is made of paper mache and
his moveable parls are frequenlly laken oul for
observalion, and Boney Maroney, our lovable skele-
lon, who recenlly look up lhe habil of pipe smok-
ing, is a male skelelon valued al S270.
Mrs. W. W. Miller, Head ot the Commercial Department
Bachelor ot Sc'ence, Arkansas State College, Jonesboro
Master ot Education, University ot Arkansas, Fayetteville
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Future Business Tycoons
Train in the
The Business Department ot North Little Rock Senior
High School is comprised ot six business teachers and
750 students from the tenth, eleventh and tweltth grades.
The subiects taught are Business Training, Bookkeep-
ing l, Shorthand I, Typewriting l, Advanced Shorthand,
and Ottice Practice.
The ottice practice course is three years old and is
proving to be one ot the most sought-atter senior cour-
ses. Thirteen business machines are in the de artment
and at least one is added each year or an clad one is
replaced with a new electric machine. The students in
the class rotate on the machines. They also do mimeo-
graphing tor teachers on their machines days. Mondays,
Wednesdays, and Fridays are devoted to the machines
-Tuesdays and Thursdays to text book materials.
The Business Department ot our school is recognized
by businessmen ot Greater Little Rock as outstanding.
Our students go directly from high school into the busi-
ness work as typists, stenographers, and secretaries.
The department has 68 typewriters to train typists.
Students taking typewriting realize it is an elective sub-
iect and the majority ot these students do a tine iob ot
learning the subiect. Typewriting teaches the setting up
ot business letters and other business torms, advanced
ottice typing, manuscripts, contracts, telegrams and
This year records have been bought and used in the
shorthand classes tor giving dictation. The students have
How in the heck do you work this thing? Charlie Holloway
ponders the problem ot pounding the keys.
loved the diversion ot not having their teachers dictate
every day. Beginning shorthand is devoted to theories
that tirst semester but actual dictation takes place almost
trom the tirst day to the end ot school. The advanced
shorthand class takes dictation beginning at 60 words
a minute up to I20 words per minute or more.
TAKING DICTATION-Tomilea Harvey and Veletta Smlth
work in Shorthand I.
Tom orrow's Expert
Office Pracfice is fhe ferminal course for fhe sfu-
denfs inferesfed in fhe field of business. lf is offered
in fhe fwelffh year fo inferesfed sfudenfs wifh one
year of fypewrifing as fhe only prerequisife neces-
sary. lfs prime purpose is fo malce fhe fransifion from
high school fo fhe office job easier and more success-
ful for our graduafes.
Obiecfives include an operafing knowledge on a
semi-slcill level for adding, calculafing, posfing, and
During fhe year proficiency in fhe basic slcills of
fypewrifing office forms, preparing and duplicafing
maferials for a fluid and inlc duplicafor is developed.
Alphabefic, geographic, subiecf and numeral filing,
handling of office mail, worlcing wifh payrolls, and
fransporfafion problems are sfudied.
lncluded, also, are unifs in communicafions includ-
ing effecfive felephone fechniques, desirable qualifies
in office personnel, and a general sfudy of office pro-
lrs. Verfie Baxley, Bookkeeping
achelor of Arfs, Harding College,
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lr. Doyle F. Slafen, Business Law
achelor of Science in Educafion,
lafe Teachers College, Conway
Mrs. Phyllis Duce, Shorfhand
Bachelor of Science in Educafion
Henderson Teachers College,
Mrs. Shirley McCall, Office
Bachelor of Science in Educafion,
Henderson Teachers College,
Every good Scoffish lad and lassie knows fhe real
value of keeping up wifh his or her money. In book-
keeping fhe mefhod of accounfing for each wee
bonnie penny is faughf. The loss of one cenf will
bring ouf fhe frue Scofch in bookkeepers who seek
diligenfly unfil fhe losf penny is found and resfored
fo ifs proper place.
ln one year Bookkeeping Course sfudenfs are
laughf 'rhe principles of debifs and credifs fhrough
'rhe use of problems and proiecfs. Mosf of proiecfs
and Pracfice sefs are laborafory proiecfs being
complefed in fhe classroom. This includes fwo com-
plefe sefs of books, work sheefs, profif and loss
sfafemenfs, and balance sheefs.
Business Law sfudenfs fake firsf a brief look af
law in general. The forms, origin and purposes are
From fhen on, fhe concern is kepf 'ro business
law, which is law as if applies fo 'rhe operafion of
Alfhough fhe main emphasis is from fhe sfand-
poinf of fhe merchanf, fhere is much informafion
useful fo fhe consumer.
Confracfs and ownership fake lheir place along
wifh employmenf and insurance as parf of fhe legal
knowledge needed in foday's business world.
Agencies, negofiable insfrumenfs, and carriers
along wifh many facefs of fhe business world com-
plefe fhe course in Business Law.
A"kadelPl"la First-year shorthand girls lake cz spelling test.
Mrs. Maxine Har+, Typing
Bachelor of Business
Adminisfrafion Baylor Universify,
WORKING ON FIXED ASSETS: Virginia Wilkins cmd Pcxt Blythe
FIGURING DEPRECIATION EXPENSES: Linda Strother, Pat Smith, Suzy
Dempster, Anita Smith, Linda Lou Reed.
Mrs. Frances Smilh, Head of lhe Homemaking Deparfmenl'
Bachelor of Science in Home Economics, Universify of
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Two of the major parts of homerncxking here at NLRHS
are the Mother-Daughter tecx and bcmquet.
Of Major Impor'rance
Are Courses ln
This scienlific age we are in makes fhe role of
The homemaker more imporfanl' lhan ever.
Our homemaking program covers many areas
of learning. We no longer fhink of l'he program
as cooking and sewing only, bu'r +ry +o 'leach girls
+o be homemakers. The girls learn how fo make
+heir rooms more aHrac+ive and how 'ro keep
'rhem neal' and orderly wil'h a minimum of lime.
On second year level, rhey learn more aboul color
schemes, selec+ion of furnilure, and accessories
for lhe home.
In child care lhey learn +o be a successful baby
siHer, learn 'ro undersfand children, and care of
'rhe baby. Home nursing and care of lhe sick is
slressed on second year level. We louch on per-
sonal and family finance.
Each girl is required +o complele +wo home pro-
iec+s a year, which gives her an opporlunily +o
praclice rhose ihings she has learned in class.
Our adull' program has received good res-
ponse. This year we have had classes in 'railoring
and dressmaking. Our spring classes will be in in-
+erior decoralion and foods. These classes are
+augh+ for a period of one and one-half hours 'For
Our deparfmenl sponsors Junior and Senior
chapfers of Fufure Homemakers. The highlighls
of fheir year are l'he Valenline Molher and
Daughier 'rea and +he Mofher and Daughler Ban-
quel' in l'he Spring.
:F ' 'tw fig,
FIRST YOU CUT BY THE PATTERN: Caroline Glenn
Tomllea Harvey Ian Skipper,
THEN YOU STITCH, STITCH, STITCH: Ianice Fithen,
Deanna Querner, Paulette Langley, Dorothy Dare.
Ars. Martha Davis, Homemalring
Pachelor of Science in Educafion,
Lfafe Teachers College, Conway
Mrs. Melba Pefersen,
Bachelor of Science in
Homemalcing, Sfafe Teachers
:rvelyn Huddleston learns about cooking from
Foods and Clothing
Foods and nufrifion are faughf as an infegrafed parf of our
program, based on a fwo-year curriculum.
During 'lhe firsf years of sfudy fhe girls begin wifh a sfudy of
ihe Basic Seven and fhe essenfial food nufrienfs. They learn abouf
meal planning, meal preparafion, and meal service from class
sfudies, films, and laborafories. During fhis sfudy, fhey plan,
pre are, and serve five complefe family lunches in family groups
of four. Experiences are similar io a family meal af home wifh a
fafher, mofher, and family members performing fheir various
dufies and responsibilifies. The final meal during fhe firsf year
is a buffef meal served in fhe home economics living room wiih
fwo 'ieachers as guesis of fhe class.
The second year course reviews many of fhe essenfials sfudied
during fhe firsf year fhen confinues wifh fhe preparafion of
Highlighf of fhis year's work is 'lheir sfudy and preparafion of
pasfries and yeasf breads.
Also during fhe second year unifs fhe girls learn a greaf deal
abouf parfies and enferfaining. ln fheir enferfainmenf unifs, fhe
various classes enferfained fhe en+ire faculfy wifh pre-Chrisfmas
feas given in fhe home economics living room.
The lasf unif covers fhe many forms of food preservafion.
MINDING CHORES: Patricia Myers, Glenda Harvey,
Shirley Renfrow, Linda Easley-Annette Acord,
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Clothing construction is only one of the fine basic
areas of homemaking. The purposes of teaching cloth-
ing construction are many. Some of these are, to have
better quality clothing for money invested, creative-
ness, and better selections of fabrics and designs.
The girls construct two complete garments during
the year. ln these garments, which may be dresses,
blouses, skirts, shorts, pajamas, housecoats, certain
construction techniques are learned. A homemaking
student must learn to tit patterns, make alterations,
proper construction ot gathers, darts, tucks, pleats,
different seam finishes, to make worked and machine
buttonholes, and to put in tacings, sleeves, plackets,
and hems. As a conclusion to clothing construction,
the girl learns proper care of the many new and won-
derful fabrics. Only this way can the garment be of
lasting value to the girl and future homemakers.
have lett overs for dinner, Carolyn Asquith puts
remains of lunch in refrigerator.
D h T , Ethel Lee entertains wxth punch and cake
Home Ec girls have annual Mother- aug ter ea
Mr. Virgil E. Tyler
Director for the Vocational
Bachelor of Science in Education,
State Teachers College, Conway:
Master of Science in Education,
University of Arkansas,
Train in the
Machine Shop I and ll are part of the trades and industries
programs of the State of Arkansas and more particularly the
North Little Rock district.
The program is designed primarily for students who are I6
years of age or more, have completed the ninth grade, are
mentally and physically capable of benefitting by machine shop
instruction, have a definite interest in learning the trades ma-
chine shop or tool and die making, and who plans to enter em-
ployment upon completion of high school.
One of the services that is included in our program at NLR
High is our placement program through the cooperative ef-
forts of our Department Officials: the school counseling service,
the United States Employment Service, Personnel Manager of
Local industries, and organized labor. We are able to place
most of our graduates in local apprenticeship programs.
Mechanical Drawing is the studv of and practice in the lang-
uage of industry. All manufactured articles, and construction
iobs such as houses, office buildings, boats, cars, airplanes,
bridges, etc., are first drawn, blueprinted, and placed in the
hands of the workmen as a guide for his work.
The wood shop is well equipped with hand tools, power ma-
cines, work facilities, and space.
"Do it this way, Steve," instructs Conway Wil-
son in machine shop.
The course is based on general education. Students learn the
different woods and where they are used. Problem sketching,
nomenclature of shop equipment, use and care of hand tools,
and construction of proiects. The study of finish materials, such
as abrasives, fillers, sealers, shellac, varnish, and paints are
A car is born! Only halt of one so far, though.
FIND A WHEEL . . . Patrick Moody works in Machine Shop on the steel lathe
4r. Wm. Conway Wilson,
'lachine Shop and lnduslrial Arls
achelor ol Science in Educalion,
lniversily ol Arkansas,
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Mr. Eugene A. Parker, Aulo
Universily ol Arkansas,
Fayellevilleg Sweeney School ol
Aulo Mechanics, Kansas Cily, Mo.
r. Merrill Ollar, ,Mechanical
chelor ol Science, Arkansas
Mr. Charles B. Newlon,
Bachelor ol Science in Educalion
ls lhe Course in
The aulomobile mechanic lraining shop here al
NLRHS deserves dubious dislinclion, lor il is one
ol lhe mosl complele and up-lo-dale high school
shops lo be lound in lhe slale ol Arkansas.
Besides being spacious, well healed, and well
lighled, lo eliminale lhe danger ol poisonous car-
bon dioxide gases, exhausl lumes are piped inlo
a ducl buill inlo lhe lloor. This is accomplished by
using llexible lube connecled lo lhe exhausl pipes.
Some ol lhe many varied lypes ol equipmenl
'Found in lhe shop are cylinder reboring machines,
brake drum lalhes, valve and valve seal recondilion-
ing machines, lune up equipmenl, machines lor lesl-
ing and repairing aulomolive generalors and slarl-
ing molors, and porlable unils lor making eleclrical
lesls. Big equipmenl includes hydraulic jacks lhal
will lill a weighl ol len lons, slands lor salely sup-
porling a car aller il has been jacked up, a lwenly
lon press lor slraighlening or bending or lo remove
and replace bushings, a porlable hoisl lor removing
engines lrom cars, and lronl end aligning equip-
menl. Olher necessilies are air compressors, elec-
lric grinders, and various wheel and gear pullers.
Bolh a lirsl-year course and a second-year course
are ollered. The beginners are pul lo work on lrain-
ing unils. The second-year sludenls do general
aulomolive repair work, including lhe use ol pre-
cision equipmenl and lune-up and lesling unils.
and M College, Monlicello
Slale Teachers College, Conway:
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Mr. Raymond Brandon, Head ot the Department ot Music
Bachelor ot Music, Vandercoolc School ot Music, Chicago
Master ot Arts, Western State College, Colorado
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Mr. Clarence S. White, Vocal
Bachelor ot Arts, Ouachita College, Arkadelphia
Theological Seminary, Ft. Worth, Texas
For Aesthete Students
There Are T
The Fine Arts
Things that malxe lite more enioyable, more beau-
titul, and a better thing to live, these are the tine
Our tine arts department carries various courses
in this tield: speech, drama, art, band, and choir.
Poise, a better vocabulary, and the ability to
spealc to groups-these are the aims ot the speech
Students in the drama department worlc in all
phases ot the entertainment tield trom presenting
stage, radio, and television, to scenery, malce-up,
Art is a source ot relaxation and enioyment tor
many talented art students. Each year the art de-
partment paints the stage scenery tor the Musical
Variety Show and the Senior Play.
It you were to visit the band department, you
would likely hear anything from Tschailxowslcy to a
cymbal solo. All these are played under the able
and amiable baton ot Mr. Raymond Brandon, Direc-
Singing tor the Womens City Club, and the clos-
ing ot the Senate have been only a tew ot many
honors given the Senior Choir this year. A student,
starting out in Sophomore Glee Club then going
to Junior Choir, it selected, receives one ot the
honors ot the choral department by being in the
Senior Choir. Students learn tundamentals that pave
the way to more advanced music.
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Row 1-Iames Sanders, Gordon Green, Mark McCune, Gail Russell, Douglas
Cook, loe Ball, Raymond Tilley, Iohnny McClain, Ierry Hanchey, Ray Carter.
Row 2-Iohn Gray, Billy Kiehl, Lee Buxton, Linda Blassingame, Roger Weber,
Roy Worley, Charlotte Gross, Iva Lowery, Laura Price. Row 3--Danny Bar-
tell, Ierry Grubbs, Billy Browder, Terry Mahan, Dennis Hartwick, Stuart
Dornblaser, Danny Evans, Sue Harris, Dorothy Spencer, Donna Tanner.
Row 4-Kenneth Bray, Donny McDaniels, Missy Goodloe, Sandra Ashley,
Sharon Iennings, Shirley Morris, Harry King, Iames McGinness. Row 5-
limmy McClain, Charles Harper, Wayne McGraw, Bill Harper, Eddie Doug-
las, Ogden Mayhugh, Ion McSpadden, Phillip Porter, Bruce Dobbs, Ellis
Blevins, Row 6-Dicky Schartenberg, Bobby Iones, Edgar Pilkington, Eugene
Elmore, Iohn Tyler, Freddy Dollar, Iarnes Riviere, Richard Shelton, lohnny
Noland. Drum Major Ray Iackson and Mr. Brandon at front.
BAND LIBRARIANS: Laura Price Helen David
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BAND STAGE CREW: Eddie Pilkington, Darrell Whisen
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Students interested in vocal music developed their talents through
x the various choir groups. For the Sophomores there was the Glee Club
which studied fundamentals. Juniors were a Choir of their own which
, served as a preparatory for the Third Year: and the Senior Choir was a
highly skilled, well-trained band of singers much in demand for programs.
Within these were the special groups such as the Boys Chorus, Senior
Girls Ensemble, Girls Trio and Quartet. High point of the year was the
Spring production called Musical Varieties.
Left-GIRLS TRIO: Linda Sipes, Iackie Tilley, Ann Hilton. Below-GIRLS
ENSEMBLE: Row l-Maureen Cohen, Nancy Dean, Carolyn Cotton, Iamie
Stroud, Linda Kay Parkhillg Row 2-Doris Middlebrooks, Virginia Shock, Mary
Iane Tedford, Linda Sipes, Kathy Bryant, Edna Ruth Fielding, Ethyl Lee,
Iackie Tilley, Ianice Patrick, Margaret Davenport, Nita Brooks, Iudy Goode.
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Riviere, Iohn Tyler, Winston Futrell, Steve Stephenson, Ogden Mayhugh,
George Bartsch, lohnny McClain, Ioe Henry, Iewell Belew, Charles Dodson.
Row 2-Ion McSpadden, Dicky Scharfenberg, Ierry Sims, George links, Ierry
Plummer, Bobby Iohnson, Blanchard Causey, Danny Evans, Don Edgin, lames
Stewart, loe Bickford, Benny Fletcher, Sonny Thornton, Ray Carter.
SENIOR CHOIR OFFICERS:
Winston Futrell-President, Iackie Tilley
-Secretary, Dewey Iohnson-Vice-Presi-
dent, Sandra Ashley, Billy Lee Ietton-
First Row: Anne Wiegand, Ioyce May, Ianet Kail, Nancy Wilkerson, Nancy Nations, De De Scott, Sandra Ashley, Pat
Abernathy. Second Row: Iamie May, Iudy Wingfield. Iamie Stroud, Maureen Cohen, Sara Caple, Nita Brooks, Sandy
Shock, Mary Tedtord, Io Ann Venetta. Third Row: Patsy Flanagan, Susie Campbell, Io Ann Holrnes, Pat Murphy, Mari-
lyn Henderson, Virginia Wilkins, lean Evans, Delores Sherry, Linda Sipes, Don Edgin. Fourth Row: Patsy Ward, Laverne
ayne, renetta Schmidt, Ray Dean Hooper, Linda Moore, Io Ann Fielding, Iudy Cox, Dewey Iohnson, Winston Fu-
trell. Fifth Row: Linda Hendrickson, Anita Smith, Io Ann Bise, Ethel Lee, Elizabeth Guess, Harriet Smith, Henry De Cuir,
Iames Myrick, Steve Stevenson.
Music has been called fhe universal language. This
doesn'f acfually mean fhaf music can express fhoughfs
in word value fo all peoples of fhe world, buf in fhe
emofional sense, anybody anywhere can feel any fype
of experience fhrough flue happy mediafion music.
ln fhe Choral Deparfmenf of our school all grade
levels have fhe opporfunify fo gain a lceener insighf
info fhe realm of fhe musical fhoughf.
In fhe Sophomore Glee Club sfudenfs learn fhe
fechniques of harmony, musical ferms, and fhe abilify
fo sighf read.
For fhe Juniors fhere is Junior Choir mosf of fhese
sfudenfs have been in Glee Club and have learned
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The Choir Groups
largely in perfecfing fheir abilifies and masfeling more
Senior Choir sfudenfs clad fhemselves in blue and
become fhe proud Senior Choir. The Senior Choir is
consfanflv working on some program eifher for school
or outside group.
Among fluese performances are fhe Chrisfmas Pro-
gram, Musical Variefy Show, Graduafion, and Bac-
fhe fundamenfals fo a large exfenf. Their fime is spenf calaureafe Services, and fhe Sfafe Choir Fesfival.
First Row: Gayle Hankins, Francis Willard, Margaret Moore, Iudy Gleason, Nancy Dean, Georgia Butler, Tommie Thomp-
son. Second Row: Celeste Bowman, Doris Middlebrooks, Susan Scott, Susie Campbell, Margaret Davenport, Linda Kay
Parkhill, Iudy Goode, Ann Hilton. Third Row: Crystal Huie, William Cypert, Edna Fielding, Ian Skipper, Susie Draper.
S Bl dsoe, Laverne King, Ieanette Anderson, Shirley Helton. Fourth Row: Benny Fletcher, Kenny Bray, Rosetta Lump-
kin, Billie Lee Ietton, Ianice Patrick. Pauline Watson, lane Martin, Mary Seats. Fifth Row: David Kaufman, Bill Akins,
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Henry Ketcher, Carolyn Cook, Danneille Conway, Kay Hinson, Linda Carter, Linda Io Utley, Iac ie 1 ey,
The choir does songs from South Pacific on 'Musical Varieties'
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CONFESSIONS: Billy Simmons confesses to Peggy Yield-
ing in drama "Night Must Fall."
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noon to Mrs. Bramson, played by Becky Hawkins.
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Moore as Dora the maid watches.
Marie Moore tells of fate as Becky Hawkins and Pegg
Yielding listen unbelievingly.
The climax of the play is when Dan kills Mrs.
Dan iaints, and nurse Edwina Fuqua and Mrs. Terrence
played by Vivian Watson revive him.
SAVED BY THE HERO: lean Evans is terrified as the villain
and the hero have a duel. They assaulted each other.
TEEN QUEEN: Alma Io
Reemes gives reading on
Christmas programs '
SCANNING THE HORIZON: Thespians present
BELIEVE IT OR NOT: There is a head in that box-and not
a shrunken head, either.
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Dan and his monkey suit-Mr. Laurie, Dora, Mrs. Bramson, GET IT FIRST-BUT FIRST GET IT RIGHT
and Olivia meet Dan for the first time. Reporters get the last word from the boss.
AMERICAN LEGION Oratorical Contest winning speakers were Tucker
Steinrnetz, Delores Sherry, and Larry Swaim.
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Kathy Bryant demonstrate stage make-up .... DEBATORS CROW ll Steve
Stephenson, Marilyn Phillips, Larry Swaim, lRow 27 Delores Sherry, Tucker
Steinmetz, Peggy Yielcling, and Edwina Fuqua discuss strategy.
Pat Murphy puts the tinishing touches on an abstract.
PAINTING TROPHY CASE: Iudy Wingfield, Donna Tan-
ner, Iackie Woods, and Cecile Shoptaw paint Nativity
The North Little Rock Senior Art Department must meet
the needs of those who wish to make art a career or hobby,
and those who only wish to have creative experience now
and who will not use it in later lite.
To suit different tastes and creative abilities, Mrs. Thomp-
son has worked out a program which all may tollow. Those
who would like to be engineers, architects, interior decora-
tors, dress designers, illustrators, or commercial artists need
and must have a basic skill of techniques in lettering, sketch-
ing, designing, and painting. They must not neglect their
creative imagination. Just as industry desires creative imag-
ination in their executives, students must have the same goal.
Therefore, subiects are studied, drawn, and painted as no
one has seen them before. This gives the students what is
called a balanced program,They start with pencil and india
ink in the fall and go through some phases of sketching, oil
painting, tempra coloring, drawing of the human body and
Second year students have had enough basic technique
experiences and have used their imagination in creating the
unreal enough that they are ready to decide what they
would like to specialize in. ln this way they more or less plan
their own courses of study.
The art department has various school contests. Such as
crowns for the queens, musical variety backdrops, football
posters, and scenery for assemblies and stage productions.
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Mr. James Allbrighf, Head of fhe Deparfmenf of
Bachelor of Science, Arlcansas Tech, Russellville
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Builds Sound Minds
In Sound Bodies
To build sfronger bodies and promofe beffer
healfh is fhe primary purpose of fhe Physical Educa-
Since fhe complefion of fhe field house, classes
have been beffer fhan ever.
In 'rhe spring and early fall, classes meef oufside
for foofball, soffball, and archery acfivifies. Then
during fhe colder monfhs, classes meef inside for
parficipafion in volley ball, baslcefball, fennis,
fumbling, pyramid building and for fhe girls, square
dancing. These acfivifies help fo develop sfudenfs
in leadership, fellowship, sporfsmanship, and co-
operafion. Responsibilify for fheir own possessions
is also faughf.
Manv of fhe so-called "boy's" acfivifies such as
foofball, are parficipafed in by girls. Mosf of fhe
fime, however, fhe rules are changed somewhaf so
fhaf fhe sporf will nof be as rough as usual.
To be eligible for foofball, a sfudenf musf meef
requiremenfs sef up by 'rhe Arkansas Afhlefic As-
sociafion. To leffer in 'rhis sporf, a player musf have
played in a reasonable number of quarfers during
fhe season. A+ fhe end of fhe season, possible can-
didafes for leffers are carefully screened by fhe
coaches in order fo selecf fhe players worfhy of
Requiremenfs for a leffer in baslcefball are very
similar fo fhose of foofball, alfhough a player
doesn'f have fo play in a fournamenf or game fo
GORY GLOR! . . . bmnnwwx sweats xt.
DARING YOUNG MAN . . . Hank Marshall struts his
stuff on mats and trampoline.
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Lads develop slronger bodies as lhe lassies
develop grace and skill in fhe Physical Educalion
Deparlmenl on Ben Wildcal.
lnsl'ruc+ors for boys, James Albrighl, James
Bohannon and Gene Blenden, and girl insl'ruc+ors
Miss Margarel' Downing, and Miss Pal Bane are
largely responsible for l'he club for girls who are in-
leresled in sporls, fhe Girl's Recrealion Associa-
lion. This newly organized club now sporls members.
ll' sponsors infra-mural aclivilies and recenlly had
a calcesale in order lo supply sufficienl funds for
lheir planned acl'ivil'ies.
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TROIAN LINEMEN make it rough for Wildcat stalwart Don Stephens. But the Wildcats won 12-0
The best-laid schemes o' mice an' men I saw the battle, sair and teugh,
Gang aft agley. And reekin-red ran mony a sheughg
An' 1ea'e us nought but grief an' pain My heart, for fear, gaed sough for sough.
ar the thuds, and see the cluds.
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Every person possesses 'rhe drive for compefiiion. In classworlc, home-
life, social aclivilies, or sporls. A person has a chance fo excel in fhe
+hings he likes and can do +he besf. He has fhe chance +o "ge1'
hold" or "le+ go" of himself. He knows his goal, whal' is expecfed of him,
and how lo achieve il'. This is nol always an easy iob.
Learning self confrol is a big problem 'lor mosl' leenagers. Sporls
help lo develop muscular coordinalion along wilh splil'-second fhinlcing.
Willingness +o win, playing an honesl game, and accepling defeal are
some of fhe mosf imporianl faclors conlained in good sporl'smanship-
a lesson lo carry wifh us +he resl of our lives.
Though our feam wasn'+ fhe besl' fhis year, we have fhe willingness
fo win, 'ro play an honesl game, and an acceplance of defeat
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totes the bull to cm touchdown.
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cafs, picked by some fo finish no worse fhan second
in fhe Big Nine race, dropped fo a 6-6 record and
a fourfh place finish.
lniuries and bad breaks played havoc wifh the
Wildcats affer fhey gof off fo a good sfarf. The
Wildcats scored I I4 poinfs fo their opponents' six
in fhe firsf .fhree games. Af
fhaf point, the Cafs were
rated No. I in the sfafe. El
Dorado, the eventual winner
of the Big Nine race and No.
I in fhe sfafe, beaf Norfh Lif-
fle Rock the following week,
7-2, when bofh feams gof bad
Coach Jim Albrighf had I4
leffermen refurning from fhe
feam fhaf compiled a 6-4-l
record in l957. However, fhe
race fhe I958 team com-
pefed in w a s decidedly
fougher and beffer balanced.
KNAGERS: Max Cotrell, Bob -Cgwulletg Phil Cullum, Phil Wright.
Row I Dickey Pyle, Mickey Roberts, Mike Hczden, Ierryf' McVc1yg
w 2-Mike West, Iohn Gillespie, lack Parker, Ronnie Orsinig Row 3-Monnie Montgomery
a Zcxger, Gerald Brcishecir, Iimmy Rowell, IeffiFlc1ke, Iimmy Brown, Ierry Plummer, Iimmy
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ict, David Nichocxldsg Row 4 lenn McVcxy, Bill Bcxldridge, Herby Ycrtes, Ioe Luiker, Kenny Frizzell, Dudley Blcdr,'Brece
ig, Iimmie Nichols, Dickey Bendrum, ary Parker, Bobby Remel.
Norfh Liffle Rock's experienced football Wild-
BOBBY REMEL HUGS the ball after taking a pass for a gain against Hot Springs.
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Billy Ioe Moody-back
Season Opens WiTh 38-0 Win
The WildcaTs sTampeded for Tour Touchdowns
for a 38-0 seasons opening win over The Subiaco
in The TirsT quarTer and resTed on defensive eTTorT
Troians aT WildcaT STadium.
Three of The TirsT quarTer Touchdowns were seT up on recovered Troian fumbles. The firsT came
aT The Troian 37 where CaT defender Richard SmiThwick grabbed iT up. Billy Joe Moody, a big Tull-
back who picked up 52 yards in only Three carri
es, carried To The eighT and The Tour and on The
nexT pla m Mumme Threw To Don STephens for The Touchdown. STephens missed The exTra poinT.
o oT The second WildcaT on a 92-
yard punT reTurn. STephens kicked The exTra poinT.
STephens goT The nexT Tally from six yards ouT. MomenTs laTer STephens passed To Bobby Remel
The CaTs recovered a Tumble on The Subiaco
42 To seT up Their nexT Touchdown. Six plays laTer
quarTerback Jerry Jones Tossed a quickie pass To Dudley Blair who laTeraled To Donnie Caple Tor
NelTher Rain, Nor Mud, Nor . . .
NeiTher rain, nor mud, nor The BlyTheville Chicks prevenTed The WildcaTs from Taking Their second
sTraighT win, a 26-0 Big Nine win over The Chicks.
Billy Joe Moody ground ouT l2B yards rush
Tally on an I8-yard skirT of end buf iT was nullifie
ing and neTTed Two Touchdowns. He had anoTher
d by a penalTy.
Moody seT up his own Touchdown wiTh a romp from his 39 To The Chick nine. Don STephens
Iosf To The I4 and Moody scored on The nexT play. Gem Mumme converTed.
NorTh LiTTle Rock recovered a Tumble on The Chick Tive where Moody spun over leTT Tackle
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ln'ThelThird period MummebooTlegged To his lef
Tend hiT end'Glenn,McVa in he end zone for The
nexT CeT Touchdown. y Es er, aided by a lasT
second block by Bobby Remel, accounTed Tor The
lasT Touchdown on a 28-yard ramble. Jerry Jones
ran The exTra poinT.
More Rain . . . PanThers
For The second sTraighT week The WildcaTs play-
ed in The rain, and for The Third sTraighT week, They
won handily. The Camden PanThers Tell under The
CaTs' power, 50-6.
Gem Mumme Threw a 28-yard pass To end Bobby
Remel Tor The opening Touchdown, only one of
Three Touchdown compleTions by The iunior quar-
Mumme hiT Roy Fishe laTel in The second period
Tor a Touchdown and To Gary Parker Tor anoTher.
Don STephens sped 23 yards for a score and
Luker recovered a Tumble and rambled I5 yards
Hall Mangles Cals '
Lillle Roclr HalI's hepped-up Warriors pinned a 26-6 loss on Norlh I.il'lle Rocl's iniury-ridden
Wildcals in lhe leams' lirsl meeling ever al Quigley Sladium.
Several Wildcal linemen were missing from lhe game nolably laclnle Bill Baldridge and guard
Hanlr Marshall, hurl during lhe course ol lhe fray. Also lhe Cals were penalized IIO yards, mosl of
il coming in I5-yard bundles.
Hall gol ils lirsl score aller lhe Wildcats were baclred up lo lheir 20' on ia beaulilul punl by
Jerry Jones. On lhe firsl play Don Caple fumbled and speedy Hall hallback Jim Holley piclred il
up and carried for lhe louchdown.
Quarlerbaclr Jim Rowland made il I3-0 al lhe hall wilh a pass lo Bill Diclrey.
The Wildcals gol lheir louchdown in lhe fourlh quarler on Gem Mumme's shorl screen passes
lo Billy Joe Moody. Moody plunged over from lhe lwo.
Holley gave Hall anolher louchdown on a 46-yard sprinl and Jones scored lhe lasl louchdown.
El Dorado Wins 7-2
El Dorado's Wildcals, raled No. Z in lhe slale, and Norlh Lillle Rocl's Wildcals, raled- No. I
in lhe slale, mel in Wildcal Sladium in an early showdown Big Nine malch and bolh gol lhe brealrs,
bul El Dorado's counled more lor a 7-2 win.
The 'firsl break came lo lhe Wildcals. Bobby Remel and Hank Marshall caughl an E1 Dorado
man in his end zone lor a safely, and a 2-0 lead. Jimmy Nichols' 5l yard punl sel lhe score up.
Norlh Lillle Rocl gel a drive going in lhe second period lhal carried lo lhe El Dorado 27.
Wilh a firsl down Mumme fried a lefl flal pass lo Don Slephens lhal Brasher inlercepled on lhe 20
and sca-mpered 57 yards lo lhe Cals' 23.
From lhal poinl il look live plays for lhe Oilers lo go over wilh Herberl Marlin lugging lhe Iasl
six yards lor lhe louchdown.
The game was billed as somelhing of a ballle of
lullbacks. Norlh Lillle Roclr's Billy Joe Moody
gained 8l yards on I7 carries and EI Dorado's
Brasher had I9 yards on I2 carries.
The Wildcals, riding a lwo-game losing slreah.
scored lwo lasl louchdowns and celebraled home-
coming wilh a I2-0 viclory over lhe Hol Springs
Queens Jan Skipper and Marilyn Henderson saw
we lhe Cals slrilre once in lhe lirsl and second periods
and hold on lhe resl of lhe game wilh aggressive
Il was lhe play of laclrles Bill Baldridge, Kenny
Frizzell and Jimmy Nichols lhal was lhe big laclor
in lhe game. The lhrae big men complelely slopped
lhe Trojans' ground game.
Gem Mumme gol lhe Wildcals' lheir lirsl louch-
down, lhrowing a 25-yard aerial lo end Bobby
Remel who gobbled il up for lhe louchdown. Beld-
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from cenler bul he was swamped.
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ground oul lhe lasl lhree yards ol a 45 yard drive
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Conway's Wampus Cats scored a last-minute safety to give them a lb-I4 victory over North
Little Rock in a non-conference game at Conway.
Conway also scored its last touchdown in the fading moments. With 35 seconds left in the game,
Jackie Ward threw to Jimmy Simmons for the touchdown and the tying extra point was kicked. Then
the Cats tried to work the ball out of their end and quarterback Gem Mumme was caught in the end
zone for the safety.
North Little Rock took an early 7-0 lead when fullback Billy Joe Moody picked up a Conway
fumble and rambled 43 yards for a touchdown. Mumme kicked the extra point.
Conway retaliated in the closing seconds of the first half. The first halt buzzer sounded but the
Wildcats drew a maior penalty and Conway had another chance. This happened three straight times
and Conway made it pay off on five-yard pass from Ward to Simmons.
Moody picked up the last Wildcat touchdown after the second half kickoff. He scampered ten
yards for the score and Mumme converted.
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North Little Rock struck quickly and effectively to take a I3-0 win from the Pine Bluff Zebras in
a Big Nine game on Halloween.
The Wildcats took control of the ball in the opening minutes of the game and forged tothe
Zebras' five-yard line where Billy Joe Moody galloped over for the touchdown. Gem Mumme kicked
the extra point.
Later' but still in the first period, Buddy Pool, a fleet halfback, took the ball from his own 24
and galloped 76 yards for the Cats' last touchdown.
Then the game settled into a defensive battle with Pine Bluff threatening several times but the
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pletely stopped the antics of Z quarterback Gor-
Central Cuts Cats 13-6
Little Rock Central's bruising Bengals tore into
the North Little Rock line with the fury. savageness
and ease that they have done in the past and
knocked the Cats from a second place tie in the
Big Nine, I3-6, before 5,000 fans.
lt was the first time the two teams had met at
Wildcat Stadium and the first time that the teams
had not played on Thanksgiving.
Central completely dominated play although the
score didn't show it. Good defensive play by Billy
Joe Moody, Hank Marshall, Jerry Jones, Bill Bald-
riclge and Kenny Frizzell kept the score down.
Central scored from I6 yards out on soph quar-
terback Claude Fulton's pass to Ronnie Spahnn.
Steve Hathcote kicked the extra point.
Fulton's short passes got Central its last touch-
down iust before the third quarter ended. His six-
yarder to Bill Collier was the payoff.
North Little Rock scored with three minutes re-
maining when defensive back Gary Parker gathered
in a punt on his 23 and sped 49 yards. Gem Mum-
me hit Glenn McVay for the Wildcats' touchdown
Gary Parker-end Richard Smithwick-back Buddy Bleidt-back
1-year letterman Z-year letterman 1-year letterman
Randy Yeargin-guard Mickey Roberts-back
lain, lniuries And Bruins, 31-O
The Fort Smith Grizzlies slapped back the Wildcats in the rain, 3l-0, in a Big Nine game at Fort
mith. It was North Little Rock's first shut out of the year.
A rash of iniuries plagued the Wildcats before the Grizzlie encounter and that was one of the
aior factors in the game.
North Little Rock could penetrate no farther than Fort Smith's I7-yard line.
Fullback Van Lee passed 38-yards to Robert Parker, Van Lee dived over from the one, Gary
ickly raced lb yards and five yards and Bob Weir galloped 62 yards for Grizzlie touchdowns.
Razorbacks Fall, 33-14
Billy Joe Moody led the Wildcats to a 33-I4 comeback win over the Texarkana Razorbacks in a
ig Nine game at Wildcat stadium.
The big fullback picked up I5I yards and four touchdowns. His running mate Don Stephens
ained IOI yards.
Moody got the first Cat touchdown from nine yards out. Gem Mumme passed to Bobby Remel
Ir the extra point. David Potter sneaked over for a Hog touchdown later and Charles Jacob kicked
we extra point.
ln the second period Buddy Bleidt intercepted a Potter pass and returned it 40 yards to the
:rker I0 where Moody busted over in two plays. Mumme's kick was wide.
Speedy halfback Gary Brown tied it up iust before the half ended with a run from six yards out
ld Jacobs gave the Hogs a I4-I3 halftime lead with his point after.
Jerry Jones put the Wildcats back into the lead in the third period with a four-yard run to the
td zone for a touchdown. Mumme converted. Minutes later Moody broke over tackle and outran
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the speedy Razorback secondary 59 yards for a
touchdown. He was helped by Don Stephens' block.
Moody got the last touchdown from the six-yard
Rough Rockets Rout
Catholic High's up and coming Rockets, a 3AA
football team taking the Central Tigers' place in
the annual Thanksgiving Day classic with the Wild-
cats' repelled the Cats in their first meeting. 26-0.
The Catholics had an eight-game winning streak
going into the fray. Their line and deceptive of-
fense paved the way for the ninth straight.
The Cats' miscues hurt, too. They bobbled tha
ball eight times and lost five of them. North Little
Rock captured some honors though in having the
leading ground gainer in Billy Joe Moody who had
83 yards in l4 carries. Moody and Jerry Jones were
also the most effective for the Cats on defense.
Quarterback Larry Hoyt and fullback Charles
Daniel scored two touchdowns apiece. Hoyt got
one of his on a 96-yard punt return and the other
on a nine-yard sweep of end.
Daniel banged over from the one-yard line for
the Rockets' 'first touchdown in the first quarter
after it was set up by a Cat tumble. Daniel got
his and the Rockets' last touchdown on a four-
All Big Nine-Two Years
Finish Third in Big 93
Win Trip to State Meet
"l'll tell you one thing," coach Jim Bohannon was saying atter the
basketball season, "They were the scrappiest boys l've ever coached.
They really hustled."
Thus, Coach Bohannon summed up his l958-59 North Little Rock
Wildcat cagers who tinished third in the Big Nine race and won a
trip to the Class AA-AAA tournament at Fort Smith. They might
not have been champions, but they played like they thought they
The Wildcats tinished with an 8-4 Big Nine record and had a
I4-5 overall mark, including the one win and one loss in the AA-AAA
tournament at the season's end.
And so, Coach Bohannon wrapped up another successtul season
as head man on Wildcat Hill. The trip to the state tournament was
the third tor Coach Bohannon's teams.
From the outset, the Big Nine race was touted as one between
North Little Rock and Fort Smith. Only one team was able to beat
Fort Smith, that being Pine Blutt. The northwest Arkansas team
eventually won the title, beating the Wildcats three times in the
course ot the season.
North Little Rock had tour lettermen returning trom the iuniorTE"
loaded l957-58 team. They were Wayne Davenport, a slick driver:A1l
Jerry Rogers, a 6-l detensive hand who was selected to the All-
Big Nine team his last two years, Herbie Yates 6-l terroi'
gave away several inches in height but not in tg an oe Luker,
a sharpshooting dependable.
Davenport, the team's leading scorer and one ot the top scorers
in the conterence, won a berth on the Big Nine team along with
Rogers his last year.
Coach Bohannon usually started Rogers and Davenport along with
iuniors Tommy Sherrill, a 5-I0 guard, Larry Hogue, a 6-4 rebounder,
and George Ponder, a 6-5 transfer trom Fayetteville.
However, the men on the bench was one ot Coach Bohannon's
assetls. He substituted treely and wore many opponents down wit
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VARSITY WILDCATS: From left-Tommy Sherrill, Wayne Davenport, Herbie Yates, Dub Wilson, Ioe Luker, George Pon-
der Larry Hogue, Don Zimmerman, Iim Perry, Ierry Rogers, Gary Parker.
LARRY LEAPS FOR REBOUND: 6' 5" Larry Hogue jumps high above team
opponent from Blytheville.
All Big Nine--One Year
Three- year Ietterman
Because of 'I'his, many players, including a hosf of iuniors, saw
acfion, fhus assuring +he Wildcais of valuable experienced players
for ihe forlhcoming year.
The Wildcais opened fhe season wiih 'Four sfraighl' wins, ihree
coming over non-conference foes and one over a Big Nine feam.
Afler losing fheir firsl' +o Forl Smifh, lhe Cals mowed down five
more 'reams in succession and moved fo ihe lop spol' in 'I'he league
because Forl' Smiih was losing ifs only 'time of fhe season while noi'
playing as many league games.
Then, riding a 6-I record and 'fied wiih Forl' Smiih for +he Big
Nine 'rop spo+, Norfh Li++le Rock lraveled +o +he border ci+y for a
Fori' Smilh furned back lhe WiIdca+s 'For +he second fime and
grasped 'rhe +op spo'r alone and never was derailed aHer +hal'. The
Grizzlies repelld +he Cais in +he quarlerfinals of +he s+a+e iourna-
Affer fhe second defeal' al' +he hands of Forl Smiih, Norih LiH'le
Rock hir bad luck in 'l'wo consecuiive games and fell +o +hird place
al' 1'he end of ihe season.
ln +hose fwo hard luck games, +he Cals losl' in 'lhe closing seconds.
Red Cobb's pi+ch from almosi ihe half courl' line wi+h abou+ one sec-
ond lefi' beal' 'rhe Wildcais for Blyiheville, 52-SI, and El Dorado, an
oil-beafen ieam which +he Wildca'I's siunned by 36 poinfs in an earl-
ier meefing, 'rurned back Norih Lillie Rock by 'l'wo poinfs in 1'he clos-
ing minuies of a game a+ EI Dorado.
The Wildcais had 'rhe po'l'en+ial +o beai' every o+her ream in 'l'he
conference, and did, wi+h 'rhe exceplion of Fori' Smilh. And, save
fgr +he +wo hard-luck nigh+s,+he Wildcais would have been in second
The second place finisher, Pine Bluff, was beaien 'rwice by 'l'he
Wildcais, bolh 'limes very decisively. Bu'r, since Norlh LiHle Rock,
labeled as 'ihe only feam +0 have +he chance of beafing Forl' Smilh
in +he s+a+e fournameni, finished +hird, ii' was pui' in +he same brackel'
as Forl' Smi+h in +he AA-AAA gel'-+oge+her.
Consequen+ly, a'H'er 'rhe Wildcais hurdled Cafholic High easily,
fhey mei in an early showdown march in 'rhe quarlerfinals, noi in l'he
finale of +he meer as could have been possible.
Bu+ +ha+'s baskeiball, as Coach Bohannon would say. "Any +ime
you walk on fhe cour'r you're liable 'ro gel' beai in +his league," Coach
Bohannon said 'lhroughoul' +he season.
Here is a game by game rehash of +he Wildca+'s season:
The Wildcals, somewhaf cold from fhe Field' bul' fenacious on
defense, furned back Conway's Wampus Cafs in +he opening game
of fhe season, 49-32.
George Ponder Don Zimmerman
One-year letterman One-year Ietterman
One- year Ietterman
The Wildcafs fook fheir fhird sfraighf from fhe Sheridan Yellow
Jackefs, only affer being behind af fhe half, 26-25. The Cafs moved
in fhe fhird period, oufscoring Sheridan 20-I0. The Ii++Ie Yellow
Jackefs gave Norfh Liffle Rock some frusfrafing momenfs buf Dav-
enporf's sfeadying hand and I4 poinfs led fhe Cafs ouf of if.
Norfh Li++Ie Rock squeezed by lowly Texarkana in ifs firsf Big Nine
game, 37-36. The Wildcafs held all fhe leads, buf had a very cold
nighf and were ahead by only fwo poinfs af fhe half. Davenporf led
fhe Wildcaf scorers wifh I0 poinfs.
Forf Smifh, wifh a carload of heighf, knocked fhe props from
under fhe Wildcafs, 40-27, in fhe field house. The Grizzlies jumped on
every WiIdca+ misfake and were leading I7-5 af fhe half. If was a
slow defensive game and fhe Wildcafs came back in fhe fhird quarfer
in a press, buf Forf Smifh led, 3I-I6.
Forf Smifh's 6-6 Tommy Boyer had I2 and 6-5 Larry Wofford had
I0. Rogers had seven for fhe Wildcafs along wifh Sherrill.
The Wildcafs puf fhe bee on spirif and long range shoofing fo furn
back Blyfheville, 65-54, in a Big Nine confesf. ?
Led by Sherrill and Rogers, who combined fo score 33 poinfs and
make successful daring sfeals and blocks of fhe Chick's affack, fhe
Wildcafs were able fo recover from fhe shorf end of a 33-29 half-
The Wildcafs gof off fo a good sfarf and led, I6-I3, before Whife
and Red Cobb sfarfed hiffing fo shoof Blyfheville ahead af halffime.
Sherrill popped in fwo free fhrows in fhe fading seconds fo push
fhe Wildcafs pasf Texarkana in fhe fwo feams' second meefing,
42-40. The win enabled fhe Cafs fo move info femporary possession
of fhe Big Nine lead.
The game was as close fhroughouf ifs enfirefy as fhe final score
was. Texarkana, one of fhe Big Nine's poorer feams, held a 20-I9
lead af halffime buf Davenporf opened fhe fhird quarfer wifh six
sfraighf poinfs fo shoof fhe Cafs info a lead fhey never relinquished.
Davenporf paced fhe Cafs fo a 54-38 vicfory over Pine Bluff af
Pine Bluff. The senior guard poured in I9 poinfs. Thaf plus a calm
defense, a deliberafe offense and fhe rebounding of Ponder and
Hogue puf Pine Bluff way ouf of if.
T Norfh Liffle Rock poured red hof and furious pasf EI Dorado,
85-49, in a Big Nine fussle in fhe field house. The Wildcafs, paced
by Davenporf's 24 poinfs, never were headed in fhe lop-sided mafch.
If fook fhe Wildcafs iusf under fwo minufes fo grab a I0-0 lead
and fhey sfayed hof fhe resf of fhe nighf. In addifionufgjgg, Ponder
and Hogue kepf fhe backboard issue in favor of fhe Cafs as Sherrill
and Rogers confribufed heavily fo fhe defensive load.
Norfh Liffle Rock shoved ifs season's record fo I0-I wifh a non-
conference 59-42 drubbing of Sheridan. Ponder and Hogue grabbed
Dub Wilson Larry Hogue
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22 rebounds between them and lates got eight. Ponder led the
scorers with I0 poifns.
Fort Smith 'toolr advantage of numerous foul calls against the
Wildcats to take a 5 I -35 win and the Big Nine lead before a capacity
crowd at Fort Smith.
The Wildcats trailed after the first' quarter, I I-6, but Davenport
fired them to a I4-I4 tie in the second quarter. The closest the
Cats got after that was I6-I5. Fort Smith pushed in I7 points from
the foul Iine while the Cats counted on only two.
North Little Rock, weary and just going through fhe motion,
quelled a Iasf-quarter rally by Hot Springs to pound home a 52-45
win. The Cats, who held all the leads, found themselves tied, 4I-4I,
with about five minutes to go. But then Davenport, Rogers and
Sherrill hit in succession to puII the Cats away.
The Wildcats pushed their season record to II-2 wif a 70-45
licking of the Class A Searcy Lions. The Lions, a team with height
and talent, were very much in the game for awhile, but soon fell
to the Cats' power.
Rogers had I3 points for the Cats, Davenport had I0 and Sherrill
and Dub Wilson had II each.
Then came the succession of hard-Iuclr games. Cobb's shot from
the halfcourt Iine turned back the Cats, 52-5I, for Blytheville.
North Little Rock Ied EI Dorado in a close game and moved ahead
by eight points late in the Iast quarter. But El Dorado, Ied by Pat
Millican, drove baclc fo tie it up, 5l-5l. EI Dorado went ahead, but
Little Rock tied it, 54-54, on DavenporI"s shot. Millican banged one
in with seven seconds left to give EI Dorado the margin.
The Wildcats won their last Big Nine game of the season over
Pine Bluff, 59-47, behind Hogue, who scored I4 points.
The Wildcats won their opening game of 'rhe AA-AAA Sfate
Tournament downing the Catholic High Rockets 62-38, and moved
into the quarterfinals against Fort Smith.
Larry Hogue led the Wildcats with I5 points and Irept the boards
swept clean. Davenport and Rogers guarded the outside and Icept
the Rocket aces under hand aII night.
In the quarterfinals fhe Wildcats met the Fort Smith Grizzlies and
played heads up ball for the firsf 'Iwo quarters and led 2I-I8 af the
half. The third quarter spelled the downfall of a determined team.
The Wildcats were outscored I8-2 and entered the fourth period
'trailing 36-23. The Iasf quarter was evenly fought and the Cafs
bowed out, 52-38.
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TUNIOR VARSITY: F rom Iett-Terry McVay, Ronnie Campbell, Fred Stansberry, Larry Crownover, Dudley Blair, Tim Mills.
Gary Whisenant, Mickey Roberts, Iimmy Ralph.
HI BOYS: Billy Ioe Moody discus thrower.
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Enthusiasm for the North Little Rock track team ranked the
highest that it has in sometime as the Wildcat thinlies prepared
for the state meet at Cuachita Baptist Collge.
At the time the annual went 'ro press, the Wildcats had won
their own invitational by a sizeable margin over Raney High of
Little Rock and Sylvan Hills. North Little Rock 'Finished second
to Conway in a tive-team meet at Arkansas State Teachers
Coach Gene Blenden had six lettermen returning and he plan-
ned to make trips to the Arkansas Invitational at Fayetteville
and the Ouachita Relays.
The team depended heavily on weight men Bill Baldridge
and Billy Joe Moody. Baldridge was a threat toward breaking
the state discus record of l58 feet, four inches as he had thrown
farther than that distance in practice. Moody also threw the
dis ' ' ' n to competing in the shot put.
The Cats were o strong in the hurdles and relays and dis-
tances, but were ha pered in the dashes because of the lack
of blinding speed, so ething that Wildcat cin er squads have
lacked 'For several ye
FIELD AND CINDERMEN: Front-B. Poole, D. Stephens, T. Sherrill, W. Davenport, C. Norman, I. Iones, C. Hall, I. Mc-
Spadden, M. Montgomery, O. Mayhugh. Second-R. Schultz, M. Beale, B. Atherton, C. D. Haver, L. Thomas, L. Burks,
M. Munnerlyn, W. Haver. Back-B. Perry, R. Huff, R. Plummer, B. Moody, B. Baldridge, Coach Blenden.
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THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES: High jump man C. D. Haver.
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REPORTS: Discus thrower Bill Perry.
THERE YOU ARE LITTLE STAR: Bill Baldridge throws discus
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in Beall and Billy Don Atherton. Below: THEY'RE OFF:
uddy Pool, Wayne Davenport, Tommy Sherrill, Don
SEVEN, COME ELEVEN! Buddy Pool and Don Stephens
sei io run 100 yard dash. Below: I'M ALMOST GROWN:
Larry Thomas hurdles.
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The I958-59 Golf Team, coached by Mr. James
Albrighf, parficipafes in approximafely four in-
vifafional golf fournamenfs before enfering fhe
sfafe meef held annually on fhe War Memorial
Parlc golf course.
Unlike fhe parficipanfs of fhe more emphasized
sEorfs of baslcefball and foofball, fhe members of
f e golf feam musf pracfice on fheir own fime
affer school and under fheir own inifiafive and
Members of fhe golf feam are selecfed from
fhose frying ouf during fhe spring of fhe year.
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cr Roman togcx, yet!
Service, educaiion, and recreafion are +he goals which every club
in NLRHS has achieved. Many are +hey in number and membership and
equally so in fhe services +hey perform for fhe good' of The school. Each
and every person has an opporfuniiy +o ioin one or more clubs and +alce
an ac+ive parl in ifs program. This year we have had some new clubs
organized on Wildcai' Hill.
Being a member of a club of high sfanding can offer you opporruni-
lies unlimifed in experience afier you finish school.
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Junior Red Cross 7 1 i D
Future Nurses W .,xl X Q? -
Future Teachers Q f I
Future Business Leaders ,Z ,
Spanish Club F
Latin Club N 6.
.lunior Forensic League
Girls Recreation Association
Georgia K. Butler
Were Governed By
The Student Council
To promote the general welfare of the sfudenfs and creafe beffer
pupil-teacher relations are the primary aims of the Sfudenf Council.
Student Council, the governing body of the school, is a miniafure
House of Representatives. lf is composed of 49 representatives elecfed
from each home room and the four officers elecfed by the sfudenf body.
Direcfed by Mrs. Eva Fearnside, the Student Council has engaged in
many new acfivifies this year: exchange assemblies, sponsoring fwo bon-
fires, carrying out Wildcat spirif by promoting Thanksgiving assemblies,
Wildcat Follies, Senior, Junior, and Sophomore talent shows, Friendly
Weelr, Club of fhe Month, Awards Assembly, Gab Weelc, sfudenf council
elections and homecoming acfivifies. Along with Chaplain George F, Bausch
all this they sfress good sportsmanship af all the
The Sfudenf Council creates an acfive inferesf
in scholarship, leadership, service, and cifizenship
essenfial for the successful sfudenf council
Represenfafives from our council parficipafed
in Southern, Sfafe and Disfricf Conventions dur-
ing fhe past year. Norfh Liffle Roclc High School
now holds the honor of being President of fhe
Parliamentarians Betty Bryles and Raymond Grandon
COUNCIL MEMBERS-Row l-Alice Sweatman, Drucilla Kelly, Iephrey Phipgii A. Eckel, Rita Fisher, Bettye Bryles,
Iamie Mays, Nancy Nations, Claudette Caple, Carol Kerby, lane Scroggin, N ril nhlilen e nne Wiegand, Marcia
Deloy, Marion Alford, Harriet Holloway. How 2-Dianne Gordon, Sand H s in orgia ay utler, lean Bostain, Lee
Bell, Sally Wallace, Brenda Simpson, Cecelia Swaim, Susan Rogers aren Io Nowell, Georgia Grittin,LCaro1yn.Burketif'
Rose Carol Williams, Linda Lauck, Gretchen Van Tuyle. Row ean' , ry Fithen, Rusty Cain, Freddie Rob-
erts, David Orsini, D hens, Mickey McBride, Iohn Ma er, Mark McCune, Crystal Huie, Ian Skipper, Trudy
Tabor. Row 4-Iimmy Lance, 1 " ullum, Buddy Poole, Geor rtsch, Gary Corpier, Larry Swaim, Rusty Wilkes.
George Bartsch star of Wild
cat Wilhe Carves The Turkey
shows how he plans to cut the
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the play for Thanksgiving.
Poor Children Don Stephens
and lane Scroggin come for
the laundry and by mistake
take the turkey that is Wrap-
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Membership in Y-TGGHS
Stressed Spiritual Values
To promote an understanding and friendship for people
of all races, beliefs, and nationalities may easily be called
the moffo of the Y-Teens.
Each year, Y-Teens help out in various drives such as the
Polio and Veterans Drives. They help children af the or-
phanage, malte up, and send basltefs fo needy families af
Thanksgiving and Christmas, and serve their school and
community in various activities.
Valentine and Christmas, formal dances, hayrides, bunlt-
ing parties and banquets are among a few of the acfivifies
planned for the club.
To become a member of this club, a girl must first affend
all meetings, and pay dues of SI.0O. Then to sfay in the
club, she musf affend all meetings, conduct herself in an
orderly manner, and be willing fo help out in any way she
can. Meetings are held the first and third Wednesdays of
ln order that our Y-Teens may learn more about what
other girls are doing, they attend city, sfafe, and summer
conferences each year.
All girls who join this club automatically become a mem-
ber of the YWCA and are entitled fo use all of its facilities.
Top-Y-TEEN OFFICERS: Molly French, Iudy Cox, Dee
Lister, cmd Charlotte Morris . . . Bottom-Representing
a service club Donna Wellhausen, Anne Stephens and
State Y-Teen President
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BUNKING PARTY: Y-Teeners re-live slumber party on
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As a clan fhe Camera Club isn'f hard fo spof, fhe
farfan colors being black and whife-usually under-
developed or overexposed. And any club member is
cerfain fo be carrying a collecfion of flash bulbs, lighf
meters, and photo plates in his poclcefs. lnfense loolcs
and shambling gaifs furfher characferize fhe Camera-
voons. These fraifs are derived from their concenfra-
fion on picfure composifion, angles, and in some
Camera enfhusiasfs meet on fhe ground floor fo
discuss picfures and fechnical problems every second
and fourfh Monday. The main proiecfs each year are
fhe phofo confesfs-both nafional and cify-wide.
Ofher proiecfs include field frips, films, and speakers.
Canny Scots enioy squeezing life hard, and whaf's
a beffer way of proving fheir fenaciousness fhan with
OFFICERS: Billy Kiehl, Crystal Huie, Pat Stephenson . . .
PUBLICATIONS CAMERAMEN Huie, Ion McSpadden,
Dean Head, Ogden Mayhugh, Kiehl.
CAMERA CLUB MEMBERS: Front-Billy Kiehl, David Deaton, Scott Hamilton,
Crystal Huie, Warren Crow. Back-Edgar Lee Pilkington, Sharon Lenderrnan.
Aletha Lipscomb, Sandra Wheat, Bill Akins.
Cats Who Liked
To Help Others .loined
.lunior Red Cross
There is no greater feeling than that of knowing
you have helped others, and that is the chief objective
of the Junior Red Cross.
The Junior Red Cross is a branch of the American
Red Cross, which is on a national basis, buf the main
purpose of our chapter is to aid our community.
Representatives of our chapter are selected at the
beginning of each school year by each home room.
There are only two qualifications for membership and
they are: fo be interested in Red Cross work, and to
have a desire fo serve.
Among our chapfer's many worth-while activities
is the annual magazine drive for various hospitals, the
filling of gift boxes to be sent abroad, and special
services are rendered at the Christmas and Thanks-
Our chapter is composed of several girls who give
of their time and effort to the Junior Red Cross Vol-
unfeen Program. These girls perform a number of
duties af Our Lady of Nazareth Home.
Another important phase of our chapters work is
the programs that are presented at the Veferans Ad-
ministration Hospital once a month.
These are just a few of the plans that have been
made and carried out by our chapter of the Junior
Red Cross, which is sponsored by Mrs. Shirley McCall.
IUNIOR RED CROSS OFFICERS:
VOLUNTEENS: Iudy Evans, Nedra Dumas, Linda Utley, Darlene Smeeby.
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Red Cross, vice-president
of Pulaski County Iunior
Red Cross, delegate to
the Iunior Red Cross
training center in Wichita
Kansas, home room repre-
sentative for three years,
Pulaski County represen-
tative for three years.
FUTURE NURSES OFFICERS: Linda Digby, Helen David-
son Mary Gentry, Linda Carter, Dee Dee Scott, and
sponsor Mrs. Blevins.
Charlotte Clements, Pat Ballard, Ann Davis check equipment.
Margaret Walters and Gwen Foster pre-
pare for injection.
A Real Service
To the Community Are
The Future Nurses
Experience is the keynote tor the timely organization,
Future Nurses ot America. Through visual aids, guest
speakers, and tield trips, the girls' interest in nursing is
proved or disproved.
Actual nursing experiences become tamiliar to the girls
as they aid in various local hospitals.
As members ot this organization, girls with a common
interest strive together toward a mutual goal: a better
and more complete understanding ot this highly respected
The Future Nurses who worked at hospitals, the hospi-
tals at which they worked, and the number ot hours they
worked are as tollows:
Carolyn Baker Little Rock Univ. Medical Center hrs
Marilyn Baker Little Rock Univ. Medical Center hrs
Pat Ballard Little Rock Univ. Medical Center hrs
Paulette Crowder Little Rock Univ Medical Center hrs
Ann Davis Little Rock Univ Medical Center hrs
Linda Digby Arkansas Baptist Hospital hrs
Gwen Foster Little Rock Univ. Medical Center hrs
Joan Ligon Little Rock Univ. Medical Center hrs
DeDe Scott Little Rock Univ Medical Center hrs
Doris Stephens Little Rock Univ. Medical Center hrs
Alice Sweatman Little Rock Univ. Medical Center hrs
Margaret Walters Little Rock Univ. Medical Center hrs
Cultivation of Good
Teachers ls Goal of
Character, scholarship, and leadership: these are the
necessary qualifications of a Future Teacher.
These students learn the opportunities in teaching, to
cultivate qualities essential in good teachers, to study lives
of great teachers, and to foster the development of student
The club, affiliated with the Arkansas Education Associa-
tion and the National Education Association, worlcs with
various teachers before and after school to receive what
could be called "practice teaching." March I6 marlted the
Future Teachers' l8+h year as an active club at NLRHS.
An annual F.T.A. convention is held annually. Here,
students meet others who wish to pursue the vocation of
STUDYING CONVENTION MATERIAL: Nancy Lybarger, Bar-
bara Green, Kay Knickerbocker, Marilyn Phillips.
FUTURE TEACHERS OFFICERS: Marilyn Medlock, Nancy
Dean, Marilyn Phillips, Kathy Bryant, Kay Knickerbocker.
President Bryant explains some teaching techniques to Ian?
Butford, Becky Hawkins and Nancy Dean.
SCENE FROM ASSEMBLY:
Nancy Lybarger, Dee Lister.
F.B.L.A. OFFICERS: Harriett Smith, Mary Fortenburh Lynda
Strother, and seated, Patsy Merritt.
Were Members of
Future Business Leaders
The Future Business Leaders ot America is a
business organization created primarily tor com-
mercial students to help them to better under-
stand the business world in which they live.
To become a member ot the club, a student
must have talcen or betalcing at least three busi-
ness subiects and have a B average in each.
This year Mr. Weldon Gibson, executive sec-
retary ot the North Little Rock Chamber ot Com-
merce, obtained a spealcer each month tor the
club. Speakers represented ditterent businesses
in the community and told ot the advantages ot
entering this tield.
The club sponsored several parties and dinners
during the year, one ot which was an induction
tor new members.
One ot the highlights ot the club is the annual
state convention which was held at Conway.
Sponsors Mrs. W. W. Miller and Mrs. Clyde Hart
accompanied the seven delegates to the meet.
The club competed in several contests and wallced
ott with tirst place in the state Typing ll and
Shorthand II contests.
DELEGATES' Mar aret Moore Pats Merritt Carol n Weaver
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Lynda Strother, and Linda Moore attended state-wide con-
vention in Conway.
STATE WINNER: Margaret Moore shows
achievement award for Winning the state
FAST TYPER: Pat Smith won the state typing
contest at State Teachers College in the con-
The Arr Club
The youngest art club sponsored by the Arts and Letters
llub ot America is here on Wildcat Hill.
Born in the highlands ot Ben Wildcat in I952, this clan
as progressed, under the leadership of its sponsor, Mrs.
earcy Thompson, to a thriving membership of fifty mem-
The clansmen not only participate and enioy drawing
nd painting, but all phases of the fine art, including crea-
ve writing, sculpture, dancing and composing music as
This year, the Wildcat Art Club was privileged to
old the Arlransas state art exhibit at NLRHS. The na-
onal and state chairmen ot the Arts and Letters Club ot
ln her address to the club Mrs. Hemmingway, the state
resident, pointed outthe idea that industrial leaders across
te nation are stressing appreciation ot the fine arts as a
ounterbalance ot American interest since the field ot
cience is booming.
The Wildcat Art Club does its part in developing an
ppreciation for the fine arts.
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Lyndel Dean enters a painting of his dog in the art
OFFICERS: Iudy Garrett, Dorothy Hudson, Ianice
Ianice Haugh, and lane Martin.
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examines a ..... very pretty, isn't
it? ..... Mrs. Donovan A. Turk.
National Society of Arts and Letters
president, admires modern art
shown by NLRHS Art Club president
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To Kiwanis are
To serve his school and community, to develop his leader-
ship, and to encourage spiritual participation is the goal ot
a Key Clubber.
The Kev Club is an honor club tor boys sponsored by
Kiwanis International. To be eligible tor membership, a boy
must have at least a "B" average scholastically, demon-
strate his leadership ability, show his trustworthiness, and
live up to the goals ot the club.
Key Clubbers sold score cards at tootball games, ushered
at the Little Roclc-North Little Rock 'Football game, ran
the concession stand in the tield house, and helped maintain
the Youth Center.
KEY CLUB OFFICERS: Ierry Grubb, Crystal Huie, David Be-
vans, Ellisf Blevins, Raymond Grandon, Billy Haller.
FUTURE TRADESMEN OFFICERS: Billy Bone, Bill Perry,
The Future Tradesmen Club has established itself this
year with the more active clubs around NLRHS. The aim
of the club is to create interest in vocational occupations.
Students studying vocational work such as machine shop,
auto mechanics, business subjects, nursing or tailoring, or
similiar subiects are eligible for membership.
From the beginning of school, club members work dili-
gently each preparing his project for the annual state con-
vention. This year the convention was held in March in
Little Rock. Several members took first place awards in
the various 'fields of trade at the convention.
SHOP OFFICERS: Ed Cook, Mike Davenport, Coy Rob-
erts, Robert Hightower, Mike Cullum.
Bill Perry runs the lathe.
Bill Perry and Pat Moody show winning display presented
at Future Tradesmen convention. Both boys won a watch.
Ed Cook won in the auto mechanics division
of the convention.
"Experience is The best Teacher," is a sTaTemenT
applied To The FuTure Homemalcers oT America. This
cub applies what They learn in Home Economics To
Their social club in The Torm ot Banquets, Teas, Tele-
vision programs and various other activities
Qualifications Tor becoming a FuTure Homemak-
er is only ThaT you are enrolled in Home Economics
aT The presenT Time or have aT least one year in ThaT
The club is divided into Two main parts, The Junior
FHA and The Senior FHA.
One oT The ouTsTanding activities oT The Senior
FHA is The annual Mother and DaughTer ValenTine
Tea and Banquet. The Junior ouTsTanding acTiviTies
have been a Trip To Fort RooTs, a Mother and Daugh-
Ter Tea, and various service proiects. AT each oT These
acTiviTies, The members ot The club prepare and serve
The Tood and make The decoraTions and cenTerpieces
Tor The Tables.
An impressive candle-lighTing service Tor The iniTa-
Tion oT new oTTicers is held each year also. The FHA
colors oT red and white are predominate in The color
scheme aT This service.
The most ouTsTanding evenT oT The year is The sTaTe-
wide Future Homemalcers convenTion held aT The
Qobinson Auditorium in LiTTle Roclc. This annual con-
venTion is aTTended by girls Trom all over The sTaTe
as They come To Tind out what other FuTure Home-
nalcers are doing in Their clubs Tor enTerTainmenT,
aervice projects, and other activities.
OFFICERS Caroline Glenn, Barbara Godsey, Tomilea Harvey,
Pat Smith, Ian Haugh, Harriet Smith, Dorothy Hudson.
LUNCHEON GUESTS Barbara Godsey, Mrs. Marian Phillips,
MOTHER-DAUGHTER TEA: Pat Smith serves Mrs. Q. S. CORSAGES: Pat Youngblood and Mrs. Margie Youngblood,
Godsey, Barbara Godsey, Mrs. H, I. Wilkerson.
Pat Smith and Mrs. Harry Smith.
Ind i spensable
"What would we do without them?" is the sentiment
expressed among the students and faculty when spealcing
of the monitors in the various departments on Ben Wildcat.
A-5-F' These students are invaluable in lceeping North Little
Rock Senior High School running good like a high school
Marlene Tarwater goes over supplies available in
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BOOKSTORE MONITORS: Clara Bess Matson, Mary Gentry, Mary Allice
Grimes, Sally Chisam, Dale Weller, Donna Wirt, Carolyn Byrd, Mary White,
Marlene Tarwater, Tommie Spoon, Linda Petros.
OFFICE MONITORS: Rose Mary Rainey, Paulette Ioslin, Marianne Bailey,
Bobby Iohnson, Peggy Hay, Ierry Hale, Eddie Orsini, Edwin Ray, Ierrel Field-
er, Harold Lierly, Celeste Bowman, Pat Smith. 101
The proiecfionisf is an imporfanf linlr in fhe feaching
and learning process. Upon him depends how well
fhe aid is shown.
The Norfh Liffle Rock Proiecfionisf Club, founded
fhis vear by Mrs. Garland Beavers, is affiliafed wifh
fhe Proiecfionisfs Club of America and ifs service is
invaluable in helping 'reach subiecfs fhrough audio-
No maffer how good fhe phofography, or how valu-
able fhe aid is educafionally, a good deal of ifs value
may be losf if if is given poor handling in proiecfion.
To help fhe film crew affain beffer fechniques in
showing films, fhe Proiecfionisf Club made a hand-
bool: fo explain fhe fundamenfals of being a good
Any boy or girl in fhe film crew may become a
member of fhe Proiecfionisf Club.
Consfanf sfudy and pracfice is encouraged by fhe
club so Norfh Liffle Roclc High School can boasf an
efficienf crew fhaf helps fhe sfudenfs undersfand
fheir sfudies beffer fhrough fhe magic of audio-visual
PROIECTIONISTS CLUB OFFICERS: Mary Pearl Haynes,
Wayne Henson, Bill Akin, Ierry Strayhorn.
Preparing to hand out the projectionists handbook are Carolyn
Terry, Laurence Pegrim, and Mary Pearl Haynes.
Film crew members display some of the equipment available in ihe Audio-Visual Department.
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Norking switchboard are Iames Kessler, Chesley Iones,
1 D. Haver.
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The Stage Crew
The unsung heroes of Ben Wildcat are undoubtedly the
stage crew. Working many laborious hours raising and lower-
ing curfains, connecting microphones, ligh+ switches, extension
cords, arranging and rearranging flats, moving scenery and
furniture, their work has only begun.
Before every assembly, the stage crew is responsible for
everything that is needed for that assembly. After the assem-
bly everything has fo be checked and put back in its proper
Much of their own time is devoted to coming to rehearsals
of programs, seffing up the stage for night practices, and
being on the set of a program for hours before anyone else
arrives to have everything ready for the cast when they arrive.
The success of a program depends on the stage crew and
Iohn Royer and Iohn Greenert set up
their never tiring efforts.
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Davis and Owens adjust the new spot-
Checking electrical outlets are Rodney Carlisle STATE CREW MEMBERS: Front row: Iohn Royer, Iohn Green-
and Keith Miller. irt, Chesley Iones, Iames Kessler, Bill Owen, Charles Davis.
Back row: C. D. Haver, Keith Miller, Rodney Carlisle, Danny
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Theta Science Club
The Theta Science Club meets on the second and tourth
Fridays ot the month in the physics lab. lt is open tor
nembership to all students in high school who are interested
n gaining scientitic knowledge by experience. There is a
:ouncil ot three representatives trom each grade, this
includes otticers as well. lt is the duty ot the council to
arrange all activities ot the club and it meets on the tirst
and third Fridays ot the month.
To acquaint the students with all the scientitic activities
at the building, an open house was held in conjunction with
National Science Week in October wherein the labs were
opened betore school and members ot Theta Science ex-
plained the work carried on in lab.
The club sponsors outside speakers, a tield trip each year,
the local math and science tair, and a picnic. The regular
program consists ot lectures, demonstrations, tilms, records,
and student proiects. Usually the programs are rotated
among the various sciences taught.
The chiet aim ot the club is to provide an outlet tor
scientitic projects, to encourage and help other members
in carrying them out, and to enable the students to under-
stand the basic scientitic principles in their daily lives.
MATH-SCIENCE BLUE RIBBON: Barry Boswell dis-
plays one of the first place projects in the fair.
THETA SCIENCE COUNCIL: Doris Corpier, Marilyn Medlock,
Rachael Walthal, Cheryl Walthal, Sharon Lenderman, Mickey
Clarnpit, Barry Boswell.
THETA SCIENCE OFFICERS: Doris Corpier, Barry Boswell
Rachael Walthal, Marilyn Medlock, Mickey Clampit.
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INTERESTED PUBLIC: People came from far and necxr to visit the Math-
Science Fair and see the inventions and demonstrations presented by the
students of NLRHS.
Los Gatos Espanoles
The Spanish Club sponsored three worthwhile pro-
jects this year, tirst, the purchase ot a pig tor a little
Indian boy in Cuevra, Ecuador, where some members
have pen pals: second, the preparation ot baslcets ot
tood tor the Salvation Army at Thanksgiving, and
third an active part in earning the quota tor the March
Mexico Chiquito is the delightful setting tor a fiesta
which the club enioys several times during the year.
On April 7 the club members presented an assembly
program in celebration ot Pan-Americanday.
OFFICERS Lynda Dailey, Shirley Thomas, Iackie Tilley,
Donna Wellhausen, and Lee Bell enjoy models of el toro
cmd the toreadore.
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ENIOYING FIESTA: Senorita Blank-
enship, Ierry Washburn, Norman
Pricldy, Amy Bell, Lee Bell .... And
from a different angle, Miss Blank-
enship, Ierry Washburn, Norman
Priddy, Amy Bell, Lee Bell, Karen
Thomas, lack Hill, Iephrey Phipps,
RENCH CLUB OFFICERS: George Bartsch, Edwin Ray, Rose
arol Williams, Marianne Bailey, Susan Rogers, Iane McRea,
KTIN CLUB OFFICERS: Cecelia Swaim, Io Ann Fielding,
.dy Blucker, Crystal Huie.
French and Latin Clubs
French, long the accepted language of culture and
society, and official language of the League of Na-
tions, is elected by many NLRHS students because
they find it-and the people who speak it-very in-
The students talting this subiect belong to the
French Club. Sponsoring an assembly and having a
banquet are two of the activities of the club.
Students with an interest in the remote past, or
college preparatory students planning to enter such
professions as medicine, law, or the ministry make up
the rolls of the Latin classes and belong to Latin Club.
Both Latin and French clubs study current events,
write to pen pals, and learn about the customs of the
French and Latin people.
THE FIT OF A TOGA: Barbara
Smith, Ann Smith, Donna Wirt.
"Et tu, Brute?"
For The Firsf Time
NLRHS Has a
Siudenis inieresied in public speaking, especially debaie,
were given +he opporiunify +o furiher iheir ambiiions along
fhese lines when Norrh LiHle Roclc l'ligh's firsi' debaie class
was organized 'rhis year.
Eighi sfudenis, five girls and ihree boys, regisiered for
fhe class, which includes noi' only iraining in debaie iech-
nique, bui' also insiruciion in poeiry and prose reading and
original oraiory. Mrs. Jim Grimmeii is debaie coach.
ln Sepiember members of 'rhe class, along wirh Mrs.
Grimmeii, decided rhai 'rhe squad should be organized as
a club. Officers were elecred and aciiviiies for fhe year
planned. These included frips, debaies wiih oiher reams,
a TV debaie, and a candy sale. H' was decided rhai' ihe
name of ihe club should be 'rhe Forsenic League.
The aim of ihe organizaiion is io fosier inieresi' in all
forms of public speaking by promoiing aciiviiies which in-
volve +he speech arrs. H' is 'lhe desire of every member of
ihe Forensic League 'rhal' 'lhe ancieni ari of oralory should
noi' die bui' become a viral par+ of +he curriculum of all
The club wroie iis consiiiuiion in April 'For ihe benefii
of fuiure debaiors in order for ihem io iuriher 'rhe aims
of ihe Norih Liiile Rock High Forensic League.
Steinmetz persuades Swaim.
FORSENIC LEAGUE OFFICERS: Vivian Watson, Dolores
Sherry, Marilyn Phillips. Tucker Steinmetz.
Marilyn Phillips presents the affirmative side of the question
Dolores Sherry illustrates her point of view.
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The Arkansas Amateur Rocket Society in its second year
has made great strides in student rocketry. A concrete
blockhouse has been completed at Redtield, Arkansas, with
satety glass windows and railroad tie root. A remote con-
trol tiring system and steel launching tower have been
installed. Many tests have been run including several suc-
cessful ones with new tuels.
Also Mr. William Ripley, the sponsor, and several
AARS members presented a panel discussion on television
at the tirst ot the school year.
The Rocket Society inspires interest in a variety ot
tields: carpentry, masonry, metal working, wood working,
chemistry, math and road building-eall ot which provide
valuable experience to its members.
Firing panel in the blockhouse .... Looking through transit
to track rocket: Diane Drye, Dick Vaughan, Doris Corpier,
Iames Kessler, Marilyn Medlock, Stuart Dornblaser ....
Examining damaged tower after test blast: Mr. Ripley, Mickey
Clarnpit, Doris Corpier, Stuart Dornblaser, Diane Drye ...,
Barry Boswell loading rocket in launching tower.
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REIGNING IN REGAL STYLE, Their Majesties and Court-Maids Lee Bell, Rita Fisher, lean Evans, Queen Marilyn
Henderson, Queen Ian Skipper, Maids Mary Fortenbury, Charlotte Morris, Teddy Blakeney.
"Her smi1e's gift frae 'boon the lift, Is in her darting glances,
That makes us mair than princes, The man in arms, 'gainst female charms
A sceptred hand, cz king's command: Even'he her willing slave is."
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Ianice Patrick, Linda Moore, Nancy Nations,
Among all people, 'I'here are +hose who, by fheir words and d'eeds,
receive praise from ofhers.
Some are recognized for +heir words of wif, some for fheir keen
in+elligence, ofhers for 'lheir beaufy, and some for 'lheir ou+s+anding
Ben Wildcaf is made up of many people, some oufsfanding in all
fields, some in only one field, buf all are examples of fhe sfudenfs on Ben
Wildcat They all possess The characferisfics of The Wildcai' Tar+an:
loyalfy, honor, courage, and opporfunify.
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111 DAR and Bausch-Lomb
112-113 Color Day Royalty
114 Drum Maiors
115 Student Directors
116 ' Trio
120-121 All State in Sports
122 All State in Band
123 All State in Choir
124-125 Boys' and Girls' State
126 Misses-Messrs. Wildcat
128 Y-Teen Royalty ndqivsil
129 American Legion State Champs uns?
130 Tri-Chem 131 Quill and Scroll Q
132-133 Thespians 4 O
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Senior Trojan Maid
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LEE BELL MARILYN HENDERSON
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Wildcat Queen Sophomore Wildcat Maid
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That spirit was coming out at her seams .... Charlotte tries
to pin skirt as Tomilea, Ig-dy, and Iohnny assist. tRightJ Hope
her pants don't split !!!!! Barbara, does the splits while Tomi-
lea, Celinda, and Eddie form a pyramid.
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All State in Basketball
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SUZAN N E ODUM
State Winner and State Representative at National
"Voice ol Democracy" Oratorical Contest
National Merit Scholarship Finalists
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National Merit Semi-Finalists Stuart Dornblaser, Martha Wright, Ianice Bufford, and Mickey Clarnpit.
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Front: Meredith Gregory, Peggy Whitting, Ellis Blevins, Stuart Dornblaser Iohn Knight Second: Nancy Faulkner
Sandra Wheat, Ierry Hanchey, Phillip Porter, Leroy Curtis, Third: Iames MACGlHH9SS, Ray Iackson, Ray Carter, Ray-
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Front: Sandra Ashley, Shirley Thomas, Nancy Lybarger, Rita Kelly, Don Edgin, William Cypert. Second: Margaret
Moore, Bobby Iohnson, Ioan Fielding, Ioan Owens, Iohnny McClain, Winston Futrell. Third: Donna Wellhausen,
Dewey Iohnson, Steve Stephenson, Henry DeCuir, George links, Iackie Tilley.
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Front row: Harold Garvin, Larry Gershner, Don Stephens, Ierry Grubbs,
Iimmy Herring, Donnie Caple, and batboy Nicky Hines. Back row: Iohn
Campbell, Gordon Gale Post 99 athletic director, coach Iimmy Williams,
manager Herbie Cothran, Billy Ioe Moody, M, I. Probst, Wayne Davenport,
Iimmy Sayles, Tommy WestorLBill Thompson, Eddie Darter, Don Adams,
Iohnny Gott, C ar ie o oway.
Received Membership in
Tri Chem is an honor club chartered with the
Eurpose ot stimulating scientitic interest. Mem-
ership in this club is highly competitive because
it can only include the top ten per cent ot the
students in the Science Department.
Members must have a B average and are eligi-
ble only atter at least two years ot scientitic
The sponsors ot this club spent many hours
outside ot class helping members with proiects,
problems and such things. The
members also prepare projects tor PCYU1
the Math-Science Fair.
The highlight ot the club is the
annual banquet when the outstand-
ing science student ot the year re-
ceives the Bausch-Lomb Science
Award. Winner ot the award this
year was Jerry Rogers, a math-
science major and an A student.
He is also a member ot the Na- ' 5
tional Honor Society, All-State in
basketball tor two years, delegate
to Boys State, and a very active
member ot Tri Chem and many
TRI-CHEM COUNCIL: Ronnie Hill,
PROIECT: Marilyn Medlock explains the
Iimmy Dobbs, Randy Yeargin, Iudy Bluck-
er, Richard Smithwick, Rachael Walthal, Douglas Corvey, Iohn Tyler, Eddie
Orsini, Gem Mumme.
MEMBERS: Row l-Richard Yada, Bobby Duvall, Doris Corp ier, Marilyn Medlock, Rachel Walthall, Iudy Blucker, Ierry
Grubbs, Frank Nakamura, Ellis Blevins. Row 2-Billy Georg e, Raymond Grandon, Iimmy Dobbs, Iohn Tyler, Leroy Curtis,
George Wallace, Ronnie Hill, Gem Mumme. Row 3-Mickey Clampit, Eddie Orsini, Doug Corvey, Bill Haller, Larry Hogue,
Bobby Neighbors, Alden Iohnson, Henry DeCuir. Row 4-Ierry Rogers, Roger Webber, Richard Smithwick, Iimmy Golf,
Iimmy l Rorex
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Are Invited into
Quill and Scroll
Quill and Scroll, the International Honorary Society
for High School Journalists, was organized April IO,
l926, by a group ol high school advisers tor the pur-
pose ol encouraging and rewarding individual achieve-
ment in journalism and allied fields.
QUILL AND SCRGLL OFFICERS: Carolyn Weise, lyiggryfgg- To the student iournalist serving on school publica-
l5i!ll1Ui1jf lean Evans' B9CkY Hawkins- tions here on Ben Wildcat, high school iournalism is
no "fad or frill." lt is a highly fascinating intellectual
T adventure and a challenge to the mind and a discipline
to the hand.
Any member must meet the following requirements:
lll They must be of at least iunior standing. l2l They
musl' be in the upper third ot their class in general
scholastic standing at the time of their election. l3l
They must have done superior worlc in some phase ot
journalistic or creative endeavor. l4l They must be
recommended by the adviser or by the committee
governing publications. l5l They must be approved by
the executive secretary.
Sponsor for the Wildcat Quill and Scroll club is
Miss Katye Lou Russell, director of publications for
FRIENDLY PERSUASION: Bill Baldridge tries persuasive ap-
proach on Mr. Miller at annual banquet.
First row: Iudy Goode, Warren Crow, Chee Chee Cummings, Anne Wiegand, lean Evans, Buel Wortham, Iohn Mark
Walters, Gene Stane, Dean Head, Billy Simmons, Iames Rivrere.
Second row: Ianet Iohnson, Ioe Zagar, Patsy Merritt, Ianice Anthony, Ginger Salyer, Mary Fortenbury, Steve Stephen-
son, Dewey Iohnson, Ion McSpadden, Tucker Steinmetz, Crystal Huie.
Third row: Linda I--Q Carolyn Hampton, Maxine Burke, Kay Knickerbocker, Carol Furr, Susie Draper, Susie Campbell,
Reed Cam b , onna Scrog ' Carolyn Sparks, Billie Stricklin.
Fourt row: Dean Sf -:A inda Digby, Clara Bess Matson, Sally Chisam, Ioyce Adams, Brenda Nichols, Nancy
B h l, Sue Bledsoe, N . ncy Dean, Margaret Whitting Rayedeen Hooper
B L S th B verl Utle , Carol Swann, Nancy Wilkerson,
Filth row: Alma Reevesgarolyn Weise, Garlene lettis, orna mi ,i e y y
Mary lane Tedford, Dorothy ' no : , ,
Sixth row: Dickie Red, Wayne Davenport, Billy Moody, Bill Baldridge.
Became Members of
The National Thespian Society is an educational organi-
ration of teachers and students established for the ad-
vancement of dramatic arts in the secondary schools. The
aims of the societ are two fold: to establish and advance
standards of excellence in all phases of dramatic arts, and
'o create an active and intelligent interest in dramatic arts
among boys and girls in the high schools.
lt is an 'honor" or "Recognition" society in the sense
'hat students are granted membership for having perform-
ed meritorious worlc in dramatic arts and have met the
nembeship qualifications and standards of their respect-
Thespians is in the truest sense, a science organization.
'hese services include: expert advisory services without
:harge to its members on all phases of play production,
arovides services desi ned 'ro effect savings in the pro-
luction budget, proviges strong, wholesome incentives for
he maintenance of high standards in all phases of the
lramatic arts production.
When a Thespian takes the pledge of membership, he
L obligated to assume greater taslcs and responsibilities
f carrying on the dramatic arts program in his school,
nd furthering his own 'rrainin as a participant in that pro-
ram. Thespian membership is accepted as the beginning
t serious worlc in dramatic arts, and signifies that the
tudent is qualified to accept and discharge whatever task
assigned to him.
A point system is maintained within the society. When
member 'ralces part in the production of a play, in any
'ay, he receives a number of points according to the
mount of worlc involved. A person who receives 'Fifty more
oints than his oriqinal ten necessary for membership, he
eligible for the title ot honor Thespian.
For those who take it seriously, Thespian membership
an be very rewarding and a great deal of fun.
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THESPIAN OFFICERS: Eddie Fuqua, Becky Hawkins, Ginger
Salyer, Nancy Dean, Bettye Bryles . . . Below: Becky Hawkins
and Vivian Watson in "Night Must Fall."
rst Row: Anne Wiegand, Marie Moore, Kay Knickerbocker, Phyllis Thompson, Pat Younglood, Barbara Akin, Celeste
awman, Maxine McConnell, Barbara Cullins, Carolyn Terry, Ierry Strayhorn, Bobby Iohnson, Bill Hunt.
acond How: Delores Sherry, Carol Kerby, Donna Wellhausen, Lynn Martin, Diane Wingfield, Darlene Smeeby, Anne
aphens, Margaret Whitting, Cecelia Swaim, Iackie Kinert, Marianne Bailey, Dee Lister, Marion Alford, Rose Carol
illiams, Elizabeth Wright, Charlotte Morris, Carolyn Pairett.
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ACTIVITIES: A ct i n g
speech making, and de-
bating are all a part in
becoming a Thespian.
Each activity is Worth
a certain number ot
points toward becom-
ing a member of the
National Thespian So-
, Nancy Dean, Marilyn Phillips, Kathy Bryant Sandra Ashley Iean Evans Carol Swann
Second row: Ian Preston, Marilyn Medlock, Carolyn Cook, Ginger Salyer Howard Martin Steve Stephenson Tucker
Steinmetz, Brenda Nichols, Doris Middlebrooks.
Third row: Ieanie Howard, C. D. Haver, Susan Rogers, Billy Simmons Iames Mynck Peggy Yielding Eddie Fuqua Iudy
Scholarship, leadership, characfer, and
service are 'lhe four cardinal principles
on which membership is based in ihe Na-
'rional Honor Sociery. Each of 'rhese qualifi-
cafions is as imporianr as fhe orher, for a
person musl' have all of ihese +o have a
well-rounded personalify and 'ro be a leader
in fhe school.
The Sociely underralces +he iob of spon-
soring fhe March of Dimes each year. Con-
l'esl's are held beiween home rooms fo see
who can raise +he highesi' amounl' of money
and rhe winning home room ge+s a box of
home-made Nalional Honor Sociery Candy.
The drive is climaxed wi+h an assembly +o
con+es+ +he classes, sophomores, juniors, and
seniors. NeHed +his year for 'rhe drive was
52,649.41 Winning +he home room drive
was Miss Bess Johns+on's room wi'rh SIOO
and following her wil'h a close second was
Mrs. Anne Browder's room wifh S92.45. The
seniors won 'rhe assembly march wirh SV2 iars
of money con'rribu+ed. Norih Li+'lle Rock
Senior High School was fhe iop high school
conrribuior in boih counfy and sl'a'l'e.
Two candy sales are launched' 'ro raise
money 'lo use for 'rhe befrermenl of +he
school. Two iniiiafions are held each year, a
fall iniliarion 'ro 'rake in seniors, and a spring
inducfion fo ialce in seniors and juniors. These
iuniors carry on ihe worlc for 'lhe nex'r year.
Our Sociely was organized in I929 by
Miss Bess ..lohns+on and +o daie she is srill
+he sponsor. This year, we cele raie our 30ih
birfhday in a candlelighi cer mony a+ 'rhe
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OFFICERS: David Bevans, Ioe Luker, Nancy Nations. Peggy Yielding.
Members Ianice Bu
ford, Sandra Ashley
Pat Smith, Doris Co
pier, Carolyn Wea'
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SPRING 1958 INITIATES: front-Anita Brooks, Sara Caple, Barbara Godsey, Ianice Patrick, Margaret Moore, Doris
Corpier, Marilyn Medlock,i,Ianice Bulford, Linda Moore, Nancy Nations. Row 2-Miss Bess Iohnslon, Ellis Blevins,
David Bevans, Ioe Luker, Terry Rogers, Iimmy Bush,kMickey Clampit, Raymond Grandon, Peggy Yielding, Billy
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Row l: Stuart Dornblaser, Molly French, Maureen Cohen, Sandra Ashley, Io Ann Fielding, Carolyn Weaver, Ierry Grubb.
How 2: Marilyn Phillips, Ioan Ligon, Ian Skipper, Lynda Strother, Vivian Watson, Ruth Merritt, Henry DeCuir.
Row 3: Billy Haller, Cecile Shoptaw, Roger Weber, Eddie Orsini, Iackie Tilley, Mucrry Fortelbury, Robert Shaw.
SPRING 1959 INITIATES:
Row 1: Cecilia Swaim, Charlotte Morris, Carolyn Pairett, Marian Alford, Ioan Owens, Nancy Lybarger, Becky Coker, Iudy
Moore, Pat Smith.
Row 2: Paulette Ioslin, Iudy Bluker, Iudy Matthews, Linda Tracy, Rachel Walthal, Nedra Dumas, Kathy Bryant, Ierry
Hale, Louis Strasner.
Row 3: Ron E. Hill, Alma Reemes, Donna Wellhausen, Ian Preston, Eddie Fuqua, Suzie Draper, Tucker Steinmetz.
Row 4: Gem Mumme, Larry Hogue, Ierry Hancy, Alden Iohnson, Ralph Donaldson.
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BIG PROIECTS . . . The National
Honor Society was in charge ol the
March of Dimes Drive and netted al-
most 52,700 In observance of thirty
years as a club here on Wildcat
Hill, the Society lighted the candles
so that "Their light may ever shine."
SPECIAL FEATURE . . . Sandra
Ashley sang "This Day Is Mine"
by Harriet Wares at the an-
nual spring induction.
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GETTING A FIRST LOOK AT ANNUAL PROOFS-Billy Esch scratches his head. Ierry Simmons, Iirnmy Ralph. and
Kathy Deese stare in disbelief.
"O wad some Power the giftie gie us Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
To see oursels as ithers see us! And never brought to min'?
It Wad frae mony a blunder tree us, Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
An' foolish notions: u And auld lang syne?"
What airs in dress an' gait wad lcze'e us,
An' ev'n devotion!
HOLD THIS POSE: Wildcat photographer Ben
Red poses Bobby Iohnson.
Our Wildca+ Clan of sophomores, juniors, and seniors is one happy
family. The sophomores have one year of NLRHS behind lhem, l'he iuniors
have +wo, fhe seniors have speni' fhree glorious years of fheir lives here.
The lower classmen have so much +o look forward fo in fhe oncoming
years. The fhoughf of leaving our Alma Maier brings fears +o our hearl'.
Seniors, we mus+ leave, bul' never will our love die for Ben Wildcar, 'l'o us
+he greafesl' school of all.
Any lad or lassie is proud +o say "l'm a Wildca+".
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President Brady Deese
Vice-President Dr. W. E. Phipps, Ir. Secretary Robert Means
Member A. O. Meredith Member Byron R. Bogctrd
North Little Rock Schools
Contagious is the word for Mr. Wright's
friendly smile . . . He confers with busi-
ness managers Io Ann Smith, Bill Bald-
ridge, and Billy Ioe Moody.
MR. F. BRUCE WRIGHT
Bachelor of Arts, Henderson-Brown College, Arkadelphiag
Master of Arts, Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn.
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Mr. Wright dictates a letter to his secretary, Mrs. McAlister.
MR. GEORGE E. MILLER
Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State Teachers Col-
lege. Bloomburgg Master of Arts, New York University,
New York City.
Mr. Miller announces over the inter-com for
Dorothy Hudson . . . leaves a note in a teach-
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Beverly Utley and Billy Farmer get some information t
from the Principal's Bulletin.
Many faculty members have additional or special
duties. This is +rue of the faculty advisers and super-
visorsg the Librarian, Dean of Girls, Dean of Boys,
Audio Visual Supervisor, the Sludenl' Council and
Publications advisers, and 'rhe Guidance Counselor.
The Guidance Counselor may be called on for
anylhing from helping arrange a s+uden+'s schedule,
lo furnishing scholarship data and arranging in+er-
views with representatives to the various colleges.
These and countless other iobs are competently
done by our Guidance Counselor.
The Librarian has charge of the school's 5000
volume library, lceeps, along with her assislanfs,
these boolcs in good reading order, checks them in
and out, and collects lines on over due books.
The Deans are responsible for counseling with
the students and checking with lhem when +hey are
absent from school.
Film proiec+ors, screens, films, recording players,
tape recrders and olher material are fhe responsi-
bility of the Audio Visual supervisor. The bool: store
with ils school supplies is anolher phase of super-
vision in our school program.
Student Council, the governing group of fhe slu-
dent body, requires a facul+y adviser. A special
faculty adviser is also needed in the publications
department. She advises For all three publications:
the "Hi Comet", "Wildcat" and the "Sa'relli+e".
These members of +he faculty perform above and
beyond iheir call of duly and could not easily be
replaced or done wilhoul even one day on our Ben
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Mrs. Vada Cowan, Dean ol Girls
Bachelor ol Arts, Henderson Teachers College, Arkadelphia
Master ol Arts, Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn.
Miss Merdith Landers, Guidance Counselor
Bachelor of Science, Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway
Master ot Science, University ot Arkansas, Fayetteville
Mr. Raymond Burnett, Dean of Boys
Bachelor ol Arts, Arkansas State Teachers College, Conv
Master of Arts, Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. Charles Carpenter, Librarian
Bachelor ol Arts, Texas Women's University, Denton
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Mrs. Lester Bickford, Supervisor tor Bookstore and Study Hall Miss Katye Lou Russell, Faculty Adviser for Student Publica
Bachelor ol Arts and Bachelor ot Music, Phillips University, tionsg Bachelor ol Arts, Ouachita College, Arkadelphia
Enid, Oklahoma Master ot Arts, University ot Arkansas, Fayetteville
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Mrs. Garland Beavers, Supervisor ot Audio-Visual Instructional Mrs, Reyburn Fearnside, Faculty Adviser for Student Council
SUPPUGS, Bachelor Of Music, University ot AFICCUISCYS, Bachelor ol Arts and Master ot Arts, University of Oklahoma,
Keeping school affairs running smoofhly is easily one of fhe
urgesf iobs af N.L.R.H.S. This iob involves, among ofher fhings,
iousands of clerical jobs and accounf boolcs for our 52,335,-
O4.36 school lS2,l58,000. for buildings, S27,769.5l for opera-
:or insfrucfionl is a job in ifself. Helping l,500 sfudenfs and 52
or insfrucfionl is a ob in ifself. Helping l,500 sfudenfs and 52
aculfy members wifh anyfhing and everyfhing from foofball
iclcefs fo scholarships dafa is iusf anofher of many acfivifies.
There are schedules, records, fhe losf and found deparfmenf,
he felephone swifchboard, which handles calls in and ouf from
ny of fhe sevenfeen felephones in fhe building franscripfs a
wounfain of correspondence received each day which is placed
1 fhe separafe feachers boxes and iusf good ole advice make
he secrefaries af Senior High fhe "besf wifh fhe biggesf iob."
Mrs. Dorothy Baker
Secretary to the Guidance Counselor
On Ben Wildcat
As each member of fhe N.L.R.H.S. Clan, fhe Sophomore,
Junior, and Senior looks back, he can remember fhaf some of
fhe happiesf momenfs of his life were cenfered around high
school evenfs. And yef, when remembering fhese happenings,
fhere is a bif of sadness, for fhose days are gone, never again
fo be recalled.
To fhe member of fhe Sophomore Clan, Ben Wildcaf holds
many new advenfures, many new people fo meef and many
happy momenfs fo live.
The Junior Clan, if has been said, runs fhe schoolffhe Soph-
omore isn'f really sure whaf is faking place, and fhe Senior is pre-
paring fo leave.
The member of fhe Senior Clan, coming each day nearer fo
his deparfure from his Alma Mafer, experiences a feeling fhaf
is almosf indescribable. He wanfs fo graduafe, buf doesn'+ wish
fo leave fhe school and fhe many friends he has acquired dur-
ing fhe previous fhree years.
Yes, each clan has somefhing fo look forward fo: The soph-
omore, many happy momenfs fo be lived during fhe proceeding
years,--The junior, his Senior year and graduafion-fhe senior,
many happy memories and fhe remark from a friend eifher far
from home or on Main Sfreef in N.L.R., "Remember when we
were Seniors fogefher back in '59? Those were fhe days!"
BEVANS, DAVID . . . Senior Class Presidenf, Key Club Presidenf, Home
Room Presidenf, Nafional Honor Sociefy Vice-presidenf, Junior Rofarian,
Boys Sfafe, Hi-Y, Tri Chem, Thefa Science, Boys' Chorus, Lafin Club,
Wildcaf Follies, Monifor, Senior Play Casf . . . BARTSCH, GEORGE . . .
Senior Class Vice-presidenf, Sfudenf Council, French Club Presidenf, Chapel
Presidenf, Key Club, Band, Boys' Chorus Vice-Presidenf,The+a Science Club,
Librarian, Associafe Thespian, Fufure Teachers, Friendliesf Wildcaf, Wild-
caf Follies, Senior Play Casf, Sfudenf Council Chaplain, Hi Comef Re-Wrife
Edifor, Home Room Vice-presidenf . . . WEAVER, CAROLYN . . . Senior
Class Secrefary, Monifor, Y-Teens, Fufure Business Leaders, Home Room
Presidenf and Vice-presidenf, Nafional Honor Sociefy, Decorafion Com-
miffee for Prom . . . STROTHER, LYNDA . . . Senior Class Treasurer,
Senior Cabinef, PepCafs, Y-Teens, Lafin Club, Fufure Business Leaders
Vice-presidenf, Fufure Teachers, Monifor, Sfudenf Council, Nafional Honor
Sociefy . . .
Were Governed By
The Senior Cabinet
Governing the activities ot the senior class is in the
hands ot the senior cabinet. Two representatives trom
each home room are chosen by the members ot the
homeroom to represent them in the meetings.
The tirst activity on the agenda is the tall senior break-
tast . . . tickets must be made and distributed, decora-
tions made, programs designed and made, entertain-
ment provided tor, and a date suitable to the majority
is a part ot the preparations tor this one activity. The
same work is put into the spring breakfast.
Choosing the senior play, the play cast, a date, pro-
grams, and tickets, is entirely in the hands ot the cabinet.
This is the chiet money-making project tor the senior
class and is presented in order to tinance the senior prom
and banquet. Committees are appointed to each ot
these areas, and the job is up to them to get the ideas
and have them approved by the cabinet members. All
senior students sell ads to tinance the printing ot the
programs and pay tor any other expenses that may arise.
Senior home room 2I3 won the ad sales selling SI6.
The biggest night ot the year to most seniors is the
date ot the prom----this too is lett up to the cabinet.
Problems ot decorating the gym, getting an orchestra,
providing retreshments, and tickets must be ironed out
by the cabinet. Class day, the senior picnic and preview
are other important senior activities tor which the senior
cabinet is responsible.
HIGH AD SALESMEN Mary Forte and lean Evans di
cuss Senior Play programs wit Mrs. Lawless.
COMPLETING BREAKFAST PROGRAMS are Pat Smith
Row l: Ioan Ligon, Pat Smith, Dee Dee Scott, Georgia Kay Butler, Carolyn Weaver, Ieanie Howard, Linda Kay Parkhill
Patsy Merritt, l..inda Strother.
Row 2: Ianice Anthony, Iudy Cox, Iackie Tilley, Mary Fortenbury, Iimmie Lea Wright, Susie Draper, Peggy Yielding
Billy Ioe Moody.
Row 3: Ellis Blevins, Bill Halter, Gary Corpier, Henry Ketch
Row 4: Iohnny Tolliver, Louis Stracer, Ioe Luker, George
er, David Beavens, Bobby Hemel.
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Billy Sim .
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Bill Alcins Alberl' Alexander
ABERNATHY, PATRICIA . . . Choir, Fu+ure Homemakers,
Publica+ions Slafl, Musical Varielies . . . ACORD, ANNETTE
. . . Transfer from Hall High . . . ADAMS, JOYCE . . .
Quill and Scroll, PepCa+ Drill Team, Spanish Club, Publica-
fions Slalf, Musical Varielies . . . ADCOCK, LARRY . . .
Sludenl Council, Choir . . . AKINS, WILLIAM, PAGE . . .
Head Monilor For Film Crew, Junior Red Cross, Musical
Varieties, Movie Camerman for Varsify Football . . . AL-
EXANDER, ALBERT . . . ANDERSON, JEANETTE . . . Cl'1OII',
Musical Varielies . . . ANDERSON, RALPH EDWIN . . .
Marching and Concerl Bands . . . ANTHONY, JANICE . . .
Senior Cabinel, PepCal Drill Team, Quill and Scroll, Y-
Teens, Publicalions Slaff, Fulure Business Leaders, Home
Room Secrelary-Treasurer, Usher for Baccalaureale . . .
ASHLEY, SANDRA BLANE . . . Girl's Slale, Sludenl Direc-
lor for Choir, Concerl and Marching Bands, All S+a+e Choir,
Y-Teens, lnferclub Council, Thespians, Nalional Honor
Sociely . . .
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JeaneHe Anderson Ralph Anderson
Janice Anlhony Sandra Ashley
"Hail, hail, the gang's all here!"
AULT, JOHN . . . Sfudeni' Council, Thefa Science Club,
Key Club, Track, Monifor . . . BAHIL, NANCY . . . Fufure
Business Leaders of America, Publicafions Sfaff, Fufure
Homemakers, Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, Moni+or . . . BALD-
RIDGE, BILL . . . Quill and Scroll, Foo+baII, Track, Mr. Wild-
ca'I', Junior His+oricaI Socie+y, Home Room Vice-presideni'
and Secrefary, Publica+ions Business Manager, Library Moni-
for . . . BARNES, JIM . . . Transfer from Hall High . . .
BARNETT, COMALETTA . . . Publicalions Sfaff, Ari' Club,
Fuiure Homemakers . . . BATES, LORETTA SUE . . . Ar+
Club, Fu+ure Business Leaders of America, Fufure Home-
makers . . . BAUGHMAN, THOMAS . . . BEALL, MILTON
. . . Sfudenl' Council, Home Room Vice-president Track,
Key Club . . . BEAM, TOMMY . . . BECK, DEREL . . .
Comaletfa Barnett Sue Bafes
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BICKFORD, JOE GUY . . . Concerl' and Marching Bands,
Junior Red Cross, Fufure Teachers, S anish Club, Boys'
Chorus, Senior Boys' Ouar+e+, Hi-Y, Band:SIage Crew, Musi-
cal Varielies, Sfafe Choir Feslival, Publicafions S'I'aff . . .
BISE, JO ANN . . . Fulure Homemalcers, Choir, Monilor . . .
BLACKLOCK, OWEN . . . Transfer from LiHle Rock Cenlral
High . . . BLANTON, OLIN MAXIE . . . BLASINGAME,
LINDA LOU . . . Arr Club Treasurer, Junior Red Cross, Con-
cerl and .Marching Bands, Y-Teens, PepCa+s . . . BLEDSOE,
SUE . . . Fulure Homemalcers, Y-Teens, Choir, Fulure Busi-
ness Leaders, Quill and Scroll PubIica+ions Sraff, Musical
Varielies, Moni+or . . . BLEVINS, ELLIS . . . Boys' Slale, Na-
+ionaI Honor Sociely, Tri Chem, Key Club, Lalin Club, Hi-Y,
Junior Hislorical Sociely, All Slale Band, Lab Assis+an'I',
Thela Science Club, Junior Rolarian, lnler Club Council
. . . Senior Cabinel . . . BLUCKER, JIMMY . . . Key Club,
Hi-Y, Boys' Chorus, Usher for Gradualion . . BLYTHE, PAT
. . . Spanish Club Secrelary, PepCa+s Junior Drill Leacler,
Tri Hi-Y, Y-Teens, Fu'I'ure Teachers, Ouill and Scroll, Fufure
Business Leaders, Quill and Scroll . . . BOSTIC, GERALD
WILLIAM . . .
Ellis Blevins Jimmy Bluclxer
BOWMAN, CELESTE . . . Future Homemalcers Vice-Presi
dent, PepCats, Student Council, Glee Club, Choir, Thes-
pians, Future Nurses, Future Teachers . . . BRICKELL, BAR-
BARA . . . Future Homemalrers, Choir, Musical Varieties . . .
BROOKS, NITA . . . National Honor Society, Senior Girls'
Ensemble, Choir, Latin Club, Future Homemakers, Musical
Varieties, Home Room Treasurer . . . BROWN, KENNETH
DEAN . . . Film Crew, Stage Crew, Publications Staff . . .
BRYANT, KATHY . . . Director for Senior Play, Future Teach-
ers, Boolcworms, Y-Teens, Musical Varieties, Glee Club, Pep-
Cats, Future Teachers Secretary, National Honor Society,
Choir, Latin Club, All Slate Choir, Thespians, Girls Ensemble,
Student Director for "Night Must Fall", Inter Club Council
. . . BRYLES, BETTYE . . . Wildcat Mascot, Thespian Presi-
dent, Student Council Parliamentarian, PepCats, Drill Team,
Y-Teens, Future Nurses, Future Business Leaders, French Club,
Future Homemalcers, Inter Club Council, Wildcat Follies,
Senior Play Cast . . . BUBBUS, DANIEL . . . Football . . .
BUFFORD, JANICE . . . National Honor Society, Junior
Historical Society Historian, Future Teachers of America
Historian, Junior Red Cross, Latin Club, National Merit
Semi-finalist, Y-Teens . . . BURNS, BILL . . . BURNS, JIM . . .
Kathy Bryant Bettye Bryles
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Iulia Garrett, Io Ann Smith and lean Eubanks portray three
phases of art.
Sidney Burlon James Bush
Michael Busick Georgia Kay Builer
Carolyn Byrd Reed Campbell if
Rodney Carlisle Linda Carler
Larry Swaim, Buddy Pool and George Bartsch star in Thanks-
giving play "Wildcat Willie Carves the Turkey."
BURTON, SIDNEY . . . Film Crew . . . BUSH, JIMMY . . .
Home Room Presiden+, Nafional Honor Socieiy, Tri Chem,
Thefa Science Club, Lalin Club, Junior Hisiorical Socieiy,
Film Crew, Key Club, Moniior . . . BUSICK, MICHAEL
FERRELL . . . Concerf and Marching Bands . . . BUTLER,
GEORGIA KAY . . . Secrelary of S+uden+ Body, Delegaie
'Io Sourhern and S+a'I'e Sfudeni Council Conveniions, Home
Room Secrefary, Senior Cabiner, Infer Club Council, PepCaI'
Drill Team, Y-Teens, Fu+ure Homemalcers, Fuiure Teachers,
LaI'in Club, Senior Play Cas+, Choir, Musical Varieiies, Secre-
Iary for Disiricl Sfudeni Council Conveniion . . . BYRD,
CAROLYN . . . Fufure Homemalrers . . . CAMPBELL,
MAHLON REED . . . Quill and Scroll, Monilor, HiComeI
Aclveriising Manager, Slaff Arfisf for Wildcai, Silk Screen
Ar+is+, Key Club, Hi-Y, Home Room Vice-presidenl . . .
CAMPBELL, SUSIE . . . Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Senior Choir,
Junior Hisiorical Socieiy, Glee Club, Choir, Quill and Scroll,
Fufure Business Leaders, Musical Varieiies, Home Room Re-
porler . . . CAPLE, SARA RUTH . . . Nalional Honor Sociefy,
Choir, La+in Club, Fu+ure Homemalxers . . . CARLISLE,
RODNEY . . . Senior Cabinei, Key Club, Tri Chem, Spanish
Club, Home Room Vice-Presidenl' . . . CARTER, LINDA . . .
Junior Red Cross Secrefary, Choir, La+in Club, Fu'I'ure Nurses
Corresponding Secreiary, Choir, Musical Varieiies . . .
Susie Campbell Sara Caple
CASEY, JAMES . . . CATHEY GARY . . . Hi-Y, Boys'
Chorus . . . CATHEY, NORMA . . . CAUSEY, BLANCHARD
. . . Key Club, Spanish Club, Boys' Chorus, Home Room
Presideni, Hi-Y, lnier Club Council, Baccalaureaie Usher . . .
CAUSEY, DELOIN . . . CHISAM, SALLY . . . Fufure Teach-
ers, Fufure Homemakers, Boolcsiore Moniior, Publicafions
Siaff, Junior His+orical Sociefy, Quill and Scroll, Musical
Varieiies . . . CLAMPIT, MICKEY . . . Nafional Honor
Sociefy, Key Club, Naiional Merii Semi-finalisf, Tri Chem,
Library Monifor, Boolisiore Moniior, The'I'a Science Club
Presideni, Science Fair Delegare, Spanish Club, Bookworms,
infer Club Council . . . COHEN, MAUREEN YVETTE . . .
Girls' Ensemble, Choir, Junior Red Cross, Fuiure Teachers,
Fufure Homernalcers, Y-Teens, Thespians, Couniy Red Cross
Gifl' Box Chairman, Na+ional Honor Sociery, Elks Club You+h
Leadership Award, Musical Varieiies . . . CONWAY, DAN-
NIELLE . . . Y-Teens, PepCa+s, Drill Team, Fuiure Nurses,
Thespians, Furure Homemalcers, Choir . . . COOK, CARO-
LYN . . . Choir, French Club, Thespians, Y-Teens, Fuiure
Nurses . . .
James D. Casey Gary Caihey
Norma Cafhey Blanchard Causey
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Ann Wiegcmd cmd George Bcxrtsch entertain Homecoming
Royalty with the "Old Soft Shoe"
COOK, DANNY REMEL . . . La+in Club, Thespians, Key
Club . . . COOK, ED . . . Fufure Tradesmen Presidenf . . .
COOK, FREDDY . . COOPER, MARTHA RHODES . . .
Publicafions Sfaff, PepCa+s, Fufure Teachers, Fufure Home-
malrers, Y-Teens, Choir, Boolrsfore ,Moni+or, Ouill and Scroll
Musical Varie+ies . . . CORPIER, DORIS . . . Nalional Honor
Sociefy, Tri Chem, Theia Science Club Corresrponding Sec-
relary and Vice-presidenf, Lalin Club, Fu+ure eachers, Lib-
rary Monifor, Bookworms, Books+ore Moni+or, Home Room
Secrelary, Y-Teens, Delegaie +o Slafe Science Fair . . .
CORPIER, GARY . . . Home Room Presidenl, Sfudenl Coun-
cil, Film Crew, Laiin Club, Senior Cabinel, Senior Play Cas+,
Wildca+ Follies, Junior Red Cross, Usher for Baccalaureale
and Graduafion . . . COTTON, CAROLYN . . . Girls En-
semble, Y-Teens, Fu+ure Homemakers, Arr Club . . . COX,
JUDY . . . Junior Red Cross Represenlarive, Sludeni' Coun-
cil, Senior Cabinef, Home Room Treasurer, Drill Team, Fu-
fure Business Leaders, Y-Teens, Secreiary, PepCa+s, Soph-
omore Talenl Assembly, Spanish Club . . . CROW, WAR-
REN . . . Concerf and Marchinq Bands, Band Ouarfermasler,
Publicalions Sfaff Assis+an+ Pholographer . . . CULLUM
MICHAEL ROY.. .
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CUMMINGS, BUDDY . . . Home Room Vice-presidenf . .
CUMMINGS, CECELIA ETTA . . . PepCa+s, Y-Teens, Cheer-
leader, Homecoming Maid, Friendlies+ Wildcal, Drill Team,
Fulure Homemakers, Home Room Secrefary, Usher for Bac-
calaureale and Gradualion . . . CYPERT, WAYNE KEN-
NETH . . . Ari Club, S'l'age Crew, Band . . . CYPERT, WIL-
LIAM ALBERT . . . Key Club, Lalin Club, Musical Varielies,
Boys' Chorus, Choir, All S+a+e Choir, Wildcaf Follies . . .
DAVENPORT MARGARET . . . Thes ians Senior Girls'
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Ensemble, Choir . . . DAVENPORT, MIKE . . . Fulure Trades-
men Vice- residenl' . . . DAVENPORT, WAYNE . . . Basliel-
ball, Traclza, Choir, Home Room Presidenf, Homecoming
Escorl . . . DAVIDSON, HELEN . . . Fufure Teachers, March-
ing and Concer+ Bands, Fulure Nurses Treasurer, Junior Red
Cross, Band Librarian, Publicafions S+aH, Quill and Scroll
Junior Hislorical Socie+y, Ari Club . . . DAVIDSON, NOR-
MA JEAN . . . Transfer from Sfar Cily High School . . .
DA1VlS, ANN . . . Transfer from Li'l'+le Roclc Cenfral High
Sc ool . . .
Buddy Cummings Cecelia E. Cummings
Kennelh Cyperl' William A. C rl'
Margarel' Davenpor+ Milce Davenporl'
Wayne Davenporf Helen Davidson
Norma J. Davidson Ann Davis
fy I "You cheated, you lied, you said that you loved me," sings
T554 Wayne Davenport with George Bartsch, David Bevans, Larry
id' Qufrvivn rn-url ninbnxr 'Ran-I in fl-an Inrwf-'lrn-v-nun.-I
James Davis Charles Dawson
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Nancy Dean Lily Decker
Suzy Dem psfer
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id Haller lecxd ranks.
DAVIS, JAMES . . . DAWSON, CHARLES . . . DAWSON,
NORMA JEAN . . . Fu+ure Business Leaders . . . DEAN,
LYNDEL . . . Ar+ Club . . . DEAN, NANCY . . . Girls' En-
semble, Choir, All Sfale Choir, Fufure Teachers Club Trea-
surer, Thespians Treasurer, 'Fufure Teachers Secrefary, Boolz-
worms Secrelary-Treasurer, Fulure Homemalcers, Quill and
Scroll Publicalions Siaff, Musical Variefies, Wildcal' Follies,
Home Room Treasurer, Home Room Secrelary, Y-Teens,
French Club, Honorable Meniion Mafh-Science Fair Exhibif
. . . DECKER, LILY . . . DE CUIR, WILLIAM HENRY . . .
Boys' Sfale, All S+a+e Choir, Musical Varielies, Boys' Chorus,
Key Club, Laiin Club, Senior Boys' QuarIe+, Tri Chem, Moni-
for . . . DEES, PATRICIA . . . PepCa+s, Y-Teens, Fu+ure
Nurses, Publicalions Slaff, Moniior . . . DE JOY, MARCIA
. . . S+uden+ Council . . . DEMPSTER, SUZY ELIZABETH . . .
Henry De Cuir Parfy Dees
DOBBS, BRUCE . . . Key Club, Boys' Chorus . . . DONALD-
SON, RALPH W .... Nafional Honor Sociefy . . . DORN
BLASER, JOHN STUART . . . Home Room Presidenl, Band
Capfain, Boys' Sfale, Nafional Honor Sociely, Naiional Meri?
Scholarship Semi-finalist Senior Play Casf, Junior Rolarian
, . . DOUGLAS, EDDY . . . Band . . . DRAPER, SUSIE
. . . PepCafs Drill Assislanf, Y-Teens, Fufure Business Lead-
ers, Choir, Nafional Honor Sociely, Senior Play Cas'l', Pub-
licafions Staff, Quill and Scroll, Senior Cabinef, Eulure
Homemalrers, Musical Varie+ies, Monilor . . . DRENNAN,
LARRY . . . Quill and Scroll, Publicafions Sl'af'F Arlisl, Arr
Club . . . DUKE, JEANETTE . . . Fulure Homemakers, Pub-
licafions S+aff, Ar+ Club, Monilor, Musical Varieiies . . .
DUNCAN, JANETTE . . . Fufure Homemalcers . . . EDGIN,
DONALD LEE . . . Band, Lalin Club, Choir, All S+a'l'e Choir,
Boys' Chorus, Proiec+ionis+s Club, Transfer from Hoi Springs
. . . ELMORE, JACK . . .
Bruce Dobbs Ralph Donaldson
Sluarf Dornblaser Eddy Douglas
Susie Draper Larry Drennan
JeaneHe Duke Jeane'He Duncan
Donald Lee Edgin Jacky Elmorb A Q A
'il-ind to our old Girls State, we proudly sing our song," Sand
Ashley. Cecile Shoptaw, Pat Smith, Io Ann Fielding. Ian Ski
Der. and Marv Fortenburv.
EVANS, CLARA JANE . . . EVANS, JEAN . . . Sfudeni'
Body Treasurer, Homecoming Ro alfy, Delegare fo Soufhern
and Sfafe Associafions for Sfudleni Councils, Delega+e 'lo
Ci+y and S+a+e Y-Teens Convenfions, Worship Chairman for
Y-Teens, Adverfising Manager for S+uden+ Publicafions, Sen-
ior Play Cas+, Junior Red Cross, Thespians, Quill and Scroll,
Glee Club, Choir, PepCa+s, Miss Wildcaf, Musical Varieiies,
Home Room Secrefary . . . FAULKNER, CLAUD EDWARD
. . . FIELDING, EDNA . . . Fufure Business Leaders, Choir,
Girls' Ensemble . . . FIELDING, JO ANN . . Girls' Sfafe,
Choir, Lafin Club Secreiar and Treasurer, Y-Teens, All Sfafe
Choir, Thera Science Club, Nafional Honor Socief . . .
FISHER, ROY . . . Foofball, Junior Red Cross . . . FHHEN,
JANIS . . . FLANAGAN, PATSY . . . Y-Teens, Fu+ure Home-
malcers, Fu+ure Nurses, Choir, Musical Variefies, La'l'in Club
. . . FLETCHER, BENNY RAYMOND . . . Choir, Boys' Chorus
. . . FLOWERS, BILL . . . Key Club . . . I
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FORTENBURY, MARY . . . Homecoming Royaliy, Wildcai
Edilor, Miss Wildcaf, PepCa+ Drill Team, Fulure Business
Leaders Treasurer, Y-Teens, Quill and Scroll, Girls' Srafe,
Junior Red Cross, Siudenl Council, Home Room Secrefary,
Safellife Ediior, Girls Recreaiional Associaiion Reporier,
Senior Play Casr, Nafional Honor Sociely, Usher for Bac-
calaureafe and Graduaiion . . . FOSTER, GWEN . . . Junior
Hisrorical Sociery Presiden+, Furure Teachers, Fuiure Home-
malcers, Fulure Business Leaders, Choir, Musical Varielies, Y-
Teens, Pep Cafs, Drill Team, Fulure Nurses . . . FOWLER,
JANE . . . Transfer from Vilonia . . . FRENCH, MOLLY
ANNE . . . Presidenf of Y-Teens, Treasurer of Spanish Club,
PepCa'l's, Vice-Presiden+ of Boolrworms, Home Room Vice-
residenf, Homecoming Royally, Delegale +o Ciiy and S+a+e
Q-Teens Convenrions, Vice-presidenl' of bolh Siaie and Cify
Y-Teens, Nafional Honor Sociefy, Vice-presidenr of Chapel
Service, Y-Teen Valenline Queen . . . FUQUA, EDWINA
. . . Cheerleader, Thes ians Vice-presidenr, Home Room
Treasure, Friendliesr Wildpcah Nafional Honor Sociefy, Moni-
for, Valen+ine Maid, Casl of "Nigh+ Musi Fall", Delegaie
fo Cify and Siaie Y-Teen Conveniion . . . FURR, CAROL
. . . Arr Club, Fufure Nurses, Publicalions Siaff Ar'l'is+, Quill
and Scroll . . . FUTRELL, WINSTON . . . Senior Choir Presi-
denl, Home Room Presideni, Senior Cabiner, Musical Varie-
iies, Wildca+ Follies, Baccalaureale and Graduafion Usher,
Boys' Chorus, Laiin Club, All S+a+e Choir, Caralinas, Decora-
'lion Commi'Hee for Senior Prom . . . GARDNER, AUBREY
. . . GARNER, CHARLES . . . Transfer from LiHle Rock
Ceniral High . . . GASSMAN, JOHN . . .
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GATELEY, GLENN . . . Publications Statt, Future Tradesmen
. . . GENTRY, MARY . . . Future Nurses Vice-president, Fu-
ture Teachers, Future Homemalcers, Junior Red Cross, Jun-
ior Historical Society, Publications Statt, Boolcstore Moni-
tor . . . GENTRY, PHYLLIS . . . PepCats, Glee Club, Fu-
ture Homemalcers, Future Business Leaders, Y-Teens . . .
GEORGE, BlLLY . . . GIBBS, JIMMY . . . Latin Club, lnter
Club Council, Home Room President, Publications Statt, Hi-
Y, Boys' Chorus, Future Business Leaders, Usher at Bac-
calaureate . . . GLEASON, JUDY . . . Choir, Junior Red
Cross Treasurer, Y-Teens, Thespians, Publications Staff, Mus-
ical Varieties, Quill and Scroll, Student Director for "Pamp-
ered Darling" . . . GLENN, CAROLINE . . . Secretary-Trea-
surer ot Home Room, Treasurer tor Girls Recreational As-
sociation, Future Homemalcers Treasurer, Y-Teens, Transter
from EI Dorado High School . . . GODSEY, BARBARA . . .
Homecoming Royalty, Cheerleader Co-captain, Home Room
Secretary, Inter Club Council, Future Homemalcers, Y-Teens,
PepCats, Drill Team, National Honor Society . . . GOFF,
JIMMY . . . Key Club, National Honor Society, Theta Sci-
ence, Tri Chem, Transfer from Little Rock Central High
School . . . GOFF, JOHNNY . . . Home Room President,
Homecoming Escort . . .
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GOFORTH, REBA . . . GOODE, JUDY . . . Girls' Ensemble,
Choir, Glee Club, Musical Varieiies, Publicafions Siaff, Pep-
Cais, Fufure Homemakers . . . GOSS, DAVID . . . Laiin Club,
Home Room Vice-presiden+, Boys' Chorus, Usher af Grad-
uafion . . . GRADDY, MARGARET JO ANN . . . GRAN-
DON, RAYMOND A .... Tri Chem, Key Club Vice-presi-
den+, Nafional Honor Socieiy, Three Firs+ Place Proiec+s a+
Mafh-Science Fair, Rocke+ Socie+y, S+uden+ Council, Lab
Assislani' . . . GREEN, GORDON . . . Thefa Science, Concerl'
and Marching Bands, Spanish Club . . . GREEN, LYNN . . .
Y-Teens, PepCais, Spanish Club, Fuiure Business Leaders,
Home Room Treasurer . . . GREENERT, JOHN . . . S+age
Crew, Theia Science Club, Moniior . . . GRIEBEL, RAY-
MOND . . . GRINNIS. STANLEY. . .
Raymond Grandon Gordon Green
Reba Goforfh Judy Goode
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David Goss Jo Ann Grady
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Charloffe Gross Jerry Grubbs
Eliza belh Guess Doris Hale
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Jerry Hale Alvin Halford
GROSS,CHARLOTTE. . . Bancl, Y-Teens, Fu+ure Homemakers
. . . GRUBBS, JERRY LEE . . . Boys' Slale, Concerl' and
Marching Band Lieufenanf, Key Club Secrelary, Home Room
Vice-presidenf, Tri-Chem, Na+ional Honor Sociely . . .
GUESS, ELIZABETH . . . Lalin Club, Choir, Fulure Home-
malcers, Musical Variefies, PepCals, Y-Teens, Girls Chorus
. . . HALE, DORIS . . . Choir . . . HALE, JERRY . . : Boys'
Slale, Key Club, Monilor, Hi-Y, Nalional Honor Sociefy,
Lab Assisfanl, Thefa Science Club, Tri Chem . . . HAL-
FORD, ALVIN . . . Home Room Presiclenf and Vice-presi-
clenl, Spanish Club, Firsl' Prize a+ Malh-Science Fair . . .
HALLER, BILL . . . Nalional Honor Sociely, Boys' Slale,
Key Club Treasurer, Tri Chem, Senior Cabine-I, Thela Sci-
ence Club, Junior Rolarian, Monilor . . . HAMILTON, DE
WAYNE . . . HANKINS, GAYLE . . . Home Room Vice-
presidenl, PepCa+s, Drill Team, Y-Teens, Senior Cabinef,
Sluclenl Council, Choir, Spanish Club . . . HARDEMAN,
PAT... . .
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Gayle Hanlrins Pal Harcleman
aybe its not on cx hot tin roof, but I did it all by myself.
HARPER, BILL . . . Concerl' and .Marching Band, Proiecfion-
isis Club . . . HARPER, MORRIS . . . Key Club, Exchange
Sfuclenf lo Germany, Masler of Ceremonies for Wilclcai
Follies, Transfer from Li++le Rock Cenlral High School . . .
HART, JAMES PAUL . . . Publicalions Slafl . . . HART-
WICK, DENNIS . . . Publicalions Slafl, Band . . . HAUGH,
JANICE . . . Fulure Homemalcers Hislorian and Vice-presi-
denr, PepCa+s, Drill Team, Bookslore Monilor, Arl Club Vice-
presiclenf, Home Ec Monifor . . . HAVER, C. D .... Thes-
ians, Slage Crew . . . HAWKINS, BECKY . . . Quill and
gcroll, Delegale fo High School Press Associalion, Fulure
Teachers, PepCa+s, Thespians Presiden+, Co-Edilor for Wild-
ca'l', Junior Hisforlcal Socie+y Vice-presidenl, Senior Play
Cas'l', Casfs of "Pampered Darling", "Perfec+ Da+e",
"Nighf Mus? Fall", "Thankful Hear+", "Rebel Chrisl'mas" . . .
HAY, BARBARA . . . Furure Business Leaders . . . HEAD,
DEAN . . . Publicalions Sfaff Pholographer, Camera Club,
gluiu and Scroll . . . HEFFINGTON, KARL . . . Spanish
u . . .
James Paul Har+
Janice Haugh C. D. Haver
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4 Barbara Hay
Shirley Helion Marilyn Henderson
Diclr Henderson Linda Hendrickson
Joe Henry Reba Henson
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ll lit up with the Christmas spirit-Ianice Patrick, Barbara
rodsey, Dotty Spencer, and Charlotte Gross.
HELTON, SHIRLEY . . . Glee Club, Choir, Fufure Home-
malcers . . . HENDERSON, MARILYN . . . Home Room Vice-
Uesident Secreiary, and Treasurer, Siudeni Council, Choir,
usical Varieiies, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, PepCa+s, Fufure
Homemalcers, Drill Team Capiain, Homecoming Queen . . .
HENDERSON, RICHARD ANDREW . . . HENDRICKSON,
LINDA ANN . . . Y-Teens, Fu+ure Business Leaders, Fuiure
Homemalxers, PepCa+s, Choir, Musical Varieiies, Junior Red
Cross . . . HENRY, JOE D .... Boys' Chorus, Concerl and
Marching Bands, Lafin Club . . . HENSON, REBA . . .
HENSON, WAYNE . . . Home Room Presidenl, Fooiball,
Publica+ions S+af'F . . . HERRING, JIMMY . . . HIGHTOW-
ER, ROBERT . . . Fuiure Tradesmen Treasurer . . . HILTON,
ANNE . . . Fufure Homemalcers, Siudeni Council, Fuiure
Business Leaders, Girls Ensemble, Girls Trio, PepCa+s Trea-
surer, Drill Team, Choir, Musical Varieries, Home Room
Secreiary and Treasurer, Wildcai Follies . . .
Wayne Henson Jim Herring
HINSON, KAY . . . President Junior Red Cross . . . HOL-
LAND, PRISCILLA DEAN . . . PepCa'l's, Thespians, Latin
Club, Transfer from Li'Hle Roclr Central High School . . .
HOLLOWAY, CHARLEY . . . Publications Staff . . . HOL-
MES, CAROLYN JOANN . . . Future Homemalcers, Quill
and Scroll, Y-Teens, Choir, Variety Show, Publications Staff
Assistant Business Manager . . . HOLMES, MARY LOIS
. . . Band, Future Nurses . . . HOWARD, JEANIE . . . Thes-
pians . . . HOWARD, JIMMY . . . Band . . . HUDSON,
DOROTHY . . . Miss Wildcat, Ouill and Scroll, PepCats,
Y-Teens, President of Art Club, Inter Club Council, Junior
Red Cross, Future Nurses, Future Homemalrers Historian . . .
HUIE, CRYSTAL . . . Key Club Corresponding Secretary,
Latin Club President, Choir, All State Choir, Boys' Chorus,
Bo s' Quartet, Musical Varieiies, Student Council, Wildcat
Follies Chairman, Photographer for Student Publications,
Camera Club Vice-president, Ouill and Scroll . . . HUNT,
BILL . . . Band, Latin Club, Thespians . . .
Mary Lois Holmes T Jeanne Howard
Kay Hinson Priscilla Holland
Charley Holloway Carolyn Holmes
Jimmy Howard Dorothy Hudson
Crystal Hure Bill Hunt
Future Homemcikers initiate new members. President Pat Smit
pins Sara Ccrple.
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Larry Ray Jackson
IRVIN, KAY . . . Fulure Teachers Reporler, Spanish Club
Reporler, Choir, Musical Varielies, Junior Hislorical Sociefy,
Spanish Club, Thespians, Publicalions Slaff . . . JACKSON
KAY . . . Monilor, Fu'lure Business Leaders, Y-Teens, French
Club, Choir, Home Room Treasurer . . . JACKSON, LAR-
RY RAY . . . Home Room Presidenl, Drum Major for Wild-
ca'l Band, Boys' Chorus . . . JAMES, LARETA SUE . . . Fu-
l'ure Homemalcers, Arl Club, Choir, Junior Red Cross, Home
Room Secrelary . . . JETTON, BILLY LEE . . . Boolcworms
Vice-presidenl, Lalin Club, All Slale Chorus, Nalional Honor
Sociely, Fufure Business Leaders, F-ulure Homemalxers, Girls'
Ensemble, Musical Varielies, Sludenl Direc'l'or for Choir . . .
JEWETT, SHARON . . . Fulure Homemalcers, Arl Club, Ouill
and Scroll, Spanish Club, Publica+ions Slaff . . . JOHNSON,
DEWEY . . . Home Room Presidenf, Vice-presidenl, Spanish
Club Presidenl, Vice-presidenl, Senior Choir Vice-presidenl,
Band, Boys' Chorus, Quill and Scroll, Wildcat Follies,
Musical Varieties . . . JOHNSON, JANET . . . Home
Room Secrelary, Y-Teens, lransfer Sfudenl' from California
. . . JONES, JOHN CHESLEY . . . Slage Crew, Monifor,
Publica+ions Slaff, Arl Club . . . JONES, ,MARY NELL . . .
Y-Teens, Fulure Homemalxers, Ari Club . . .
Billy Lee Jellon Sharon Jewe'H' Dewey Johnson Janel' Johnson
John Chesley Jones Mary Nell Jones
Alvin Halford, Louis Strcisner, Rodney Carlisle, and Billy Hal-
ler--Quiet! Geniuses cxt work.
JONES, WAYNE . . . Publicafions Siaff . . . KAIL, JANET
ANN . . . Glee Club, Choir, Fufure Teachers . . . KAUF-
MAN, DAVID . . . KEENE, CAROLYN . . . KELLY, ANN
. . . KESSLER, JAMES WILLIAM . . . Siege Crew Manager,
Thefa Science Club, Spanish Club, Rocker Club, Tri Chem
. . . KETCHER, HENRY . . . Senior Cabinei, Home Room
Vice-presideni, Boys' Chorus, Choir, Honorable Meniion
Mafh-Science Fair, Usher for Baccalaureaie and Gradua-
lion Services . . . KING, LAVERNE . . . Glee Club, Fulure
Homemalrers, Choir, Fufure Business Leaders . . . KIRKLIN,
TONI . . . Transfer from Li++le Rock Ceniral High School
. . . KNICKERBOCKER, KAY . . . Fulure Teachers Vice-presi-
deni, Ari Club, Lalin Club, Thefa Science Club, Fulure
Nurses, Quill and Scroll Publica+ions Siaff Ar+is'I', Thes-
pians . . .
Wayne Jones Janef Kail
David Kaufman Carolyn Keene
'girl-a K """w'f.,'
Ann Kelley James Kessler
Henry Kefcher Laverne King
Toni Kirlrlin Kay Kniclrerboclrer
Preparing physics laboratory experiment are Iames Howard
Gordon Green. Bobby Remel.
Sandra Koger Carolyn Kuykendall
Sharon Lampley Bellinda Sue Laneer
KOGER, SANDRA . . . Fuiure Homemakers, PepCa+s, Drill
Team, Home Room Secrefary, Y-Teens, Fulure Business Lead-
ers, Moni+or . . . KUYKENDALL, CAROLYN . . . Fufure
Business Leaders, Publicafions Sfaff, Monilor . . . LAMP-
LEY, SHARON . . . Publicalions Slaif, Monilor, Fufure
Nurses . . . LANEER, BELINDA . . . LASITER, MANNIE
. . . Home Room Presidenf . . . LEE, ETHEL MAE . . . Slu-
den+ Council, Fufure Homemalcers, Fufure Business Leaders,
Monifor, Choir, Girls' Ensemble . . . LIGON, JOAN . . .
Fulure Homemalcers Presidenl, Drill Team, Fu+ure Teachers,
Fu+ure Business Leaders, Spanish Club, Senior Cabinef, Y-
Teens, Boolrworms, Nafional Honor Sociely . . . LOVELL,
JOHNNY . . . Home Room Vice-president Hi-Y, Lafin Club,
Boys' Chorus, Wildcal' Follies . . . LOWERY, IVA . . . Pub-
licalions Sfaff, Quill and Scroll . . . LUKER, JOE . . . Fool-
ball, Baslzelball, S'l'uden'l Council, Key Club, Nafional Honor
Sociefy President Tri Chem, Home Room Presidenf, Har-
vard Boolc Award, Junior Rofarian, Usher for Baccalau-
rea+e . . .
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Icxtcxlinas Croon . . . Tyler, Iohnson, Futrell, McClain, and
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Efhel Mae Lee T Joan Ligon Johnny Lovell
LUMPKIN, ROSETTA . . . Future Homemalcers, Junior Red
Cross, Home Room Secretary, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Musical
Varieties . . . MAGLOTHIN, JIMMY . . . MONASCO, BON-
NIE . . . Spanish Club, Home Room Secretary and Treasurer,
Glee Club, Choir, Musical Varieties . . . MARSHALL, HANK
. . . Football, Publications Staff . . . MARTIN, HOWARD
. . . Latin Club, Boys' Chorus, Track, Thespians . . . MAR-
TIN, JANE . . . Boolcworms, Art Club Treasurer, Choir . . .
MARTIN, LYNDA . . . PepCa'ts Drill Team, Junior Red Cross,
Thespians, Girls' Recreation Association, Usher for Gradua-
tion . . . MARTINESS, SUE . . . Art Club . . . MASON.
DON . . . Ar+ Club . . . MATHIS, HELEN . . .
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Howard Martin Jane Martin
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Rosetta Lumpkin Jimmy Maglothin
Bonnie Monasco Hanlr Marshall
Lynda Martin Sue Martiness
Deck the halls and the trophy case. Donna Tonner, Sue Iames
and Ronny Tribell put finishing touches on Christmas decor
Joyce Zell May Jamie Mays
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Lihue M. Mayhan Ogden Mayhugh
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Suzie McClendon Joyce McElroy
Sarah .McKenzie Jon McSpadden
lnnual antics is with Io Ann Smith, Barbara Cullins, Ginger
alyer Billy Ioe Moody, Bill Baldridge and Bill Perry.
MAY, JOYCE ZELL . . . Girls' Ensemble, Bookworms, Fu-
fure Homemakers . . . MAYS, JAMIE . . . Home Room
Presidenl, S+uclen+ Council, Ari Club, Choir, Boolcslore Moni-
1'or, Musical Varielies, Wildcal Follies Commillee, Publica-
'lions Slaff . . . MAYHAN, LIHUE . . . MAYHUGH, OG-
DEN . . . Ouill and Scroll, Publicalions Slaff Phofographer,
La'lin Club, Camera Club, Boys' Chorus, Wildcai Follies,
Junior Red Cross, Conceri' ancl Marching Bands, Musical
Varie+ies . . . McCLENDON, SUZIE . . . PepCal's Drill Team,
French Club, Wildcaf Follies, Musical Varielies, Fulure Busi-
ness Leaclers, Choir, Girls' Chorus, Thespians, Y-Teens, Moni-
+or . . . McELROY, JOYCE . . . Sfuclenl Direclor for Senior
Play, Y-Teens, PepCa+s, Arl Club, Fulure Homemalxers, Thes-
pians, Boolxworms, Spanish Club . . . McGlNNESS, JAMES
SHERRILL . . . Band S+uclen+ Direclor, Home Room Reporfer,
Concerl' and Marching Bands, Publicalions Slaff Ar+is+, All
S+a+e Band, Ouill and Scroll, Wildcaf Follies Commillee . . .
MCGRAW, WAYNE . . . Concerl' and Marching Bands, Key
Club . . . MCKENZIE, SARAH . . . Choir, Fufure Home-
malrers, Musical Variefies Publicalions Slaff . . . McSPAD-
DEN, JON . . . Quill ancl Scroll, Publicafions Slaff Phofo-
grapher, Lalin Club, Boys' Chorus, Wildcal Follies, Con-
cerl' and Marching Bands . . .
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McVAY, GLENN M .... Home Room Vice-presidenr, Treas-
urer, Quill and Scroll, Fooiball, Track, Baslielball, Publica-
Iions Sfaff . . . MEDLOCK, MARILYN HAYS . . . Narional
Honor Socie+y, Thela Science Secre+ary, Furure Teachers
Treasurer, Junior Red Cross Counly Presidenf, Spanish Club,
PepCa+s, Y-Teens, Thespians, Tri Chem, Narional Merir Schol-
arship Finalisi, Na+ionaI Honor Sociefy Scholarship Finalisf,
Sfaie Science Fair Delegale . . . MERRITT, PATSY ANN . . .
Senior Cabine+, PepCa'r Hand Drill Leader, Y-Teens, Siu-
denr Council, Fufure Business Leaders Presidenr, Home Room
Reporier, Quill and Scroll, Publicalions Sfaff Wildca-I Pic-
fure Ediror, Junior Hislorical Socieiy, Fulure Nurses, Usher
for Gradualion . . . MERRITT, RUTH LYNN . . . Fuiure
Teachers, PepCa+s Drill Team, Spanish Club Secrerary, Y-
Teens Program Chairman, Bookworms Presideni, Na+ional
Honor Sociely, Usher af Baccalaureale . . . MIDDLE-
BROOKS, DORIS . . . Pe Cars Drill Team, Y-Teens, Lalin
Club, Choir, Fufure Teachers, Fuiure Homemalcers, Thes-
pians, Boolcworms, Musical Varieries, Girls' Ensemble . . .
MILLER, KEITH PHILLIP . . . Ar+ Club, Spanish Club, Sfage
Crew, Conceri and Marching Bands . . . MILLER, ROBERT
A. . . . Band . . . MILLS, JUDY . . . Choir, PepCa+s, Thes-
pians, Fulure Homemalrers, Fuiure Teachers, Y-Teens, Musi-
cal Varielies, BeH'y Croclcer Homemalcer of Tomorrow A-
ward for NLRHS, Siudenr Direcror for Senior Play, Casi of
"An+ic Spring" . . . MITCHELL, TOM . . . Band . MONK,
MARION . . . Home Room Vice-presidenr, Key Club . . .
Doris Middlebroolrs Keifh .Miller
Glenn McVay Marilyn Medloclr
Paisy Merrill' Ru+h Lynne MerriH
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"And Hank flies through the crir with the greatest of ease
y MOODY, BILLY JOE . . . Foofball, Team Capiain, All Big
Eighl First Team, Baskefball, Track, Quill and Scroll, Home
5 Room Presidenf, Senior Cabinel' . . . MOODY, ROBERT
. . . MOORE, BOBBY BOOTH . . . Lab Assis+an+, Thefa
"'---gl' NS' Science Club . . . MOORE, LlNDA . . Fu+ure Homemalcers,
'--nv" A Fulure Business Leaders, Na+ional Honor Socie+y, Girls' En-
semble, Choir, Musical Varie+ies . . MOORE, MARGARET
L .... Monilor, Home Room Secrelary, Nafional Honor
Socie+y, All S+a+e Choir, Fu+ure Business Leaders, Musical
Varie'l'ies . . . -MOORE, MARIE LUCILLE . . . PepCa'ls, Tl1es-
pians, Fulure Homemalcers, Cas+ of "Nigl1+ Mus'r Fall", Pub-
lica+ions Slaff . . . MORGAN, RAY DONALD . . . MOR-
GAN, JOHN . . . Lafin Club, Thela Science Club, Monilor
. . . MORRIS, MARSHALL . . . TMUNFORD, LEO . . . Pub-
licalions Siaff . . .
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Marshall Morris Leo Munford
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MUNNERLYN, JAMES EDWARD . . . MURPHY, PAT . . .
Fufure Homemalcers, Choir, Y-Teens, Musical Varieries, Jun-
ior Recl Cross, Ar+ Club, PepCa+s Drill Team . . . MYRICK,
JAMES . . . Musical Variefies, Choir, Boys' Chorus, Thespi-
ans, Proiecfionisfs Club . . . NATIONS, NANCY . . . Choir,
PepCa+s Drill Team, Spanish Club, Sludenl Council, Home
Room Vice-presidenf, Nafional Honor Sociefy, Secrefary,
Girls' Sfafe, Y-Teens Delega+e fo Sfale and Ci+y Confer-
ences . . . NEAL, DON . . . NICHOLS, BRENDA . . . Quill
and Scroll, Thespians, Y-Teens, PepCa+s Drill Team, Ar+ Club
Reporfer, Publica+ions Sfaff, Junior His+orical Socie+y, Sen-
ior Play Casl, Cas? of "Rebel Chrisl'mas" and "Too Much
Misfle+oe" . . . O'BRlEN, BARBARA . . . Fufure Homemalc-
ers . . . ODUM, JERRY . . . OISHI, TOSHIO . . . Tri Chem,
Transfer from Li'Hle Rock Cen+ral High School . . . OLSEN,
LARRY . . .
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Don Neal B Brenda Nichols
Barbara O'Brien Jerry Odum
Now we know why satellites are top secret.
Eddie Orsini Linda Kay Parlrhill
Laverne Payne Laurence Pegrim
Ginger Phelps Kalherine Phillips
But I cc1n't pay the rent-But you must pay the rent.
ORSINI, EDDIE . . . Tri Chem, Boys' Sfale, Monifor, Key Club,
Lafin Club, The+a Science Club, Lab Assis+an+ . . . PARKHILL
LINDA KAY . . . PepCa+s Secreiary and PepCa'I's Drill Team,
Fufure Homemakers Vice-presidenf, Fufure Business Leaders,
Y-Teens, Choir, Girls' Ensemble, S'I'uden+ Council, Senior
Cabinet Musical Varielies, Head of Prom Decoralion Com-
mi'H'ee . . . PATRICK, JANICE . . . Girls' Ensemble, Choir,
Naiional Honor Sociely, Ari Club Secrel , u ure FEFGT
makers, Y-Teens, Musical Varielies . . . UL, JIMMY JO
. . . Home Room Presiclenl and Vice-pres: n , as el' al,
Transfer from Lonolxe . . . PAYNE, LA VERNE . . . Choir,
Glee Club, Fuiure Homemalrers, Musical Varielies . . . PEG-
RIM, WILLIAM LAURENCE . . . Ari Club, Fufure Business
Leaders . . . PERKINS, LYNDA GAIL . . . PepCaIs, Y-Teens,
Home Room Secrefary, Transfer from Forf Smifh . . . PERRY,
JIMMY . . . Baslrelball, Publicaiions Slaff . . . PHELPS,
GINGER . . . PHILLIPS, KATHRYN . . .
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PHILLIPS, MARILYN . . . DAR Good Cilizen Award, Na-
fional Honor Sociefy, Girls' Sfafe, Thes ians, Fufure Teach-
ers Vice-presiden+, PepCa+s, Treasurer liar Forensic League,
Drill Team, Boolcworms, Spanish Club, Assis+an+ Direcfor for
Senior Play, and "Nigh+ Musf Fall" . . . PIKER, RA.MONA
. . . Fufure Teachers, Fufure Homemalcers, Choir, Laiin Club,
PepCais, Y-Teens . . . PINKERTON, DAVID . . . Boys' Chorus
. . . POOL, BUDDY . . . Foofball, Track, Sfudenl' Council,
Thela Science Club, French Club, Tumbling Team, Home
Room Vice-presiden+, Usher for Graduaiion . . PORTER,
PHILLIP . . . Band . . . PRESTON, JAN . . . PepCafs, Home
Room Vice-presidenl, Nafional Honor Sociefy, Arf Club,
Thes ians, Y-Teens, Boolcworms . . . PRICE, LAURA . . .
BancrLibrarian . . . QUERNER, DEANNA . . . Girls' Recrea-
fional Associalion, Quill and Scroll, Transfer from California
. . . RAGAN, PATRICIA ANN . . . Glee Club . . . RAINEY,
JIMMY . . . The+a Science Club, Lafin Club . . .
Marilyn Phillips P Ramona Piker
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David Pinlcerlon Buddy Pool
Phillip Porler Jan Pres'I'on
Laura Price Deanna Querner
Pairicia A. Ragan Jimmy Rainey
Senior girls trio Linda Sipes, Icrckie Tilley, cmd Anne Hilton
sing Oriental song "You Are Beautiful".
Dickey Red Linda Lou Reed
Thomas Reed Alma Reemes
RED, DICKY . . . Hi Comef Sporfs Edifor, Baskefball, Key
Club, Quill and Scroll, Boys' Chorus, Home Room Presidenl
. . . REED, LINDA LOU . . . Fufure Business Leaders, Pep-
Cais, Ediior for Safellife, Quill and Scroll, Hi Come+ Head
Typis+ . . . REED, THOMAS . . . REEMES, ALMA . . . Fu-
'I'ure Business Leaders, Y-Teens, Junior Red Cross, Wildcai'
Follies, Monilor, Publicalions Slaff, Quill and Scroll, Na-
fional Honor Sociefy, In+er Club Council . . . REMEL, ROB-
ERT W .... Foofball, Home Room Vice-presideni, Senior
Cabiner . . . RIVIERE, JAMES . . . Publicafions S'ra'f'f, Boys'
Chorus, Wildcal Follies, Concerl Band, Boys' Quariel, Quill
and Scroll, Transfer from Sylvan Hills High School . . .
ROBERTS, COY . . . Fufure Tradesmen . . . ROBERTS, RAY-
MOND . . . ROGERS, JERRY . . . Baske+ball All Big Eighi,
Home Room Presidenf and Vice-presidenl, Boys' S1'a+e, Na-
'lional Honor Socieiy, Tri Chem, The+a Science Club, Key
Club, Second Place Winner Mafh-Science Fair . . . ROREX,
PAUL DALE . . . Spanish Club, Bookslore Monilor, Choir,
Transfer from Ausfin E. La+hrop High, Fairbanks, Alaska . . .
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tes, Glenn McVc1y and Bill Perry.
ROYER, JOHN WAYNE . . . Proiecfionisfs Club . . . RUN-
DELL, MYRNA JOY . . . Y-Teens, Fuiure Business Leaders,
Junior Hisforical Socie+y . . . RUSSELL, MICHAEL . . .
SALYER, GINGER JANE . . . Home Room Vice-presidenr
and Treasurer, Junior Red Cross, Thespians Secrefary, Pub-
licafions Business Manager, Y-Teens, Delegare +o Mid-Win-
fer Conference, Quill and Scroll, PepCa+s, Furure Business
Leaders, Fufure Homemalcers, Usher for Baccalaureaie and
Graduafion . . . SALYER, ROGER . . . SCARBOROUGH,
THOMAS . . . SCHMIDT, WRENETTA SUE . . . Fufure
Homemalcers, Y-Teens, PepCa+s, Choir, Musical Variefies
. . . SCHULTZ, AL, JR .... Proiecrionisrs Club, Ari' Club,
Fooiball . . . SCOTT, DEE DEE . . . PepCa+s Drill Team,
Choir, Y-Teens Senior Cabinef, Home Room Treasurer, Fu-
+ure Nurses Presidenf, S+uden+ Council, La+in Club . . .
SCOTT, STEVEN . . . Furure Tradesmen . . .
John Wayne Royer Myrna Joy Rundell
Michael Russell Ginger Salyer
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Roger Salyer Thomas Scarborough
WreneH'a Sue Schmidf AI Schulh
Dee Dee ScoH' Sieven Sco'H'
Chop! Chop! Watch the fingers, Lotus Blossom.
Susan Scoff Donna Scroggin
Mary Seafs Gary Shaw
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Roberf Shaw Dolores Sherry
ot air for charity . . . Ice Luker, Raymond Grandon, Miss Iohn-
on, and David Bevans tie balloons for the March of Dimes '
SCOTT, SUSAN . ,f.rJTin'iorMRed'iCross. Spanish Club, Pep-
Cafs, Y-Teens +ure Business Leaders, Choir, nifor, Mu-
sical Varie+' s . . . SCROGGIN, DONNA . . . Y-Tee s, Choir,
PepCa+s ' -Team, ' ' Repor+-
er, Musical ' lies, Girls Recrealional Associaiion . . .
SEATS, MARY . . . , ?T'.A'Concer+ and March-
ing Bands, Siage Crew, Proiec+ionis+s Club . . . SHAW,
ROBERT . . . Hi Comei Edifor, Wildcai Sporis Edilor, Na-
'lional Honor Sociely, Junior Rofarian, Quill and Scroll, Key
Club, Nafional Ouill and Scroll Creafive Wrifing Award,
Delegafe 'ro Arkansas High School Press Associalion, Dele-
gale +o Yearbook Workshop, Boys' Chorus, Track, Laiin Club,
Home Room Presideni and Secre+ary, Usher a+ Baccalaure-
tions Staff Bus. Mor. SHERRY, DOLORES . . . Home Room
Secreiary, Thespians, Forensic League Secreiary, Voice oi
Democracy Winner, Choir, Senior Play Casi' . . . SHINN,
CAROLYN . . . Y-Teens, PepCa+s . . . SHIRLEY, CELINDA
. . . Cheerleader Capiain, PepCa'I's Drill Team, Monifor, Y-
Teens, S+a+e Y-Teen Delega+e, Y-Teen Valen+ine Maid, ln-
ier Club Council, Siudenf Council, Home Room Treasurer,
Musical Varieiies, Wildca+ Follies CommiH'ee, Fuiure Busi-
ness Leaders, Junior Red Cross, Friendliesf Wildcaf, ln+er
Club Council . . . SHOCK, SANDY . . . Y-Teens, Theia
Science Club, Choir, Girls' Ensemble, Laiin Club, Fufure
Nurses, Musical Varieiies . . . SHOPTAW, CECILE . . .
Thefa Science Club, Girls' S+a+e, Fufure Nurses, Ari Club,
Junior Hisforical Socieiy, Naiional Honor Socieiy, Moni-
for . . .
Carolyn Shinn Celinda Shirley
SIMMONS, BILLY . . . Senior Cabine+, Bookworms, Quill
and Scroll, Delegafe +o Arkansas High School Press Associa-
Iion, Key Club, Thespians, Hi Comel' Spor+s Edilor, Hi-Y,
Publicalions Slaff ArIis+, Usher al Baccalaureafe . . . SIN-
KEY, VIRGIL . . . Publicaiions Sfaff . . . SIPES, LINDA SUE
. . . Girls' Trio, PepCa+s Drill Team, Girls' Ensemble, Fu+ure
Nurses, Latin Club, Junior Hisforical Socie+y . . . SKINNER,
RONALD . . . Ari Club, Hi-Y . . . SKIPPER, JAN . . . Junior
Red Cross, S+uden+ Council, Inier Club Council, Choir, Fu-
fure Homemakers Presideni, PepCa+s Presideni, Y-Teens,
Drill Team, French Club, Y-Teen Valeniine Maid, Girls' Sfafe
Homecoming Queen . . . SMITH, ANITA . . . Y-Teens, Pep-
Ca'I's Drill Team, Fufure Business Leaders, Fufure Homemak-
ers, Home Room Secrefary-Treasurer, S+uden+ Council,
Choir, Musical Varielies . . . SMITH, ARTHUR THOMAS
. . . Transfer from Casile Heighfs ,MiIi+ary Academy . . .
SMITH, CHARLES H .... Baske+ball . . . SMITH, HAR-
RIETT ANN . . . Fuiure Business Leaders Secrefary, Fu+ure
Homemakers Secre+ary, Choir, Y-Teens, PepCa+s, Junior Red
Cross . . . SMITH, JO ANN . . . Quill and Scroll, Publica-
+ions Sfaff Business Manager, Miss Wildcat Home Room
Reporier, Ar? Club, Home Room Secrerary-Treasurer, Gym
Assisfani . . .
Linda Sue Sipes
Jan Skipper Aniia Smilh
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Marvin Smilh Marrha Smifh I
SMITH, MARVIN . . . Publicarions S+aff . . . SMITH, MAR-
THA . . . Choir, Arr Club Treasurer . . . SMITH, PATRICIA
ANN . . . Y-Teens, Fulure Nurses, Furure Homemalcers Vice-
presiden+, Fulure Business Leaders Vice-presidenr, Fufure
Teachers, Naiional Honor Sociely, Senior Cabiner, PepCaIs
Drill Team, Junior Red Cross, Monilor, Fuiure Homemalcers
Presidenl, Girls' Slale . . . SMITH, SCHUYLER . . . Quill
and Scroll, Lab Assisranl, Larin Club, Tri Chem . . . SNY-
DER, BARBARA JAYNE . . . Spanish Club, Transfer from
Lillle Rock Cenfral High School . . . SPARKS, CAROLYN
. . . Quill and Scroll, Thespians, Publicalions Slaff, Transfer
from HallHigh SchooI,SeniorPlayCasI' . . . SPEARS,CARO-
LYN . . . Furure Business Leaders . . . SPENCER, DOROTHY
. . . Concerl' and Marching Bands, Band Librarian, Fulure
Homemalxers, Fulure Teachers . . . STAGGS, PAUL . . .
STANE. GENE . . . Home Room Presidenf and Vice-presi-
denl, Mr. WiIdca+, Quill and Scroll, Publicalions Adverfis-
ing Manager . . .
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Barbara J. Snyder Carolyn Sparks Billie Sue Spears
'er up Cats . . . iI's only money . . . the day we didn't ecxl
STARKS, TOMMY DALE . . . Ke Club, Hi-Y . . . STEIN-
METZ, TUCKER . . . Hi Comer Edilor, Boys' Chorus, Junior
Rofarian, Thespians, Forensic League, Quill and Scroll, Casl'
of "Nigh+ Musl Fall", Nafional Honor Sociefy, Delegale 'lo
Yearbook Workshop . . . STEPHENS, W. DON . . . Sludenr
Body Vice-president Home Room Presidenf, Foofball, Track
. . . STEPHENSON, STEVE . . . Choir, Thespians, All S+a+e
Choir, Senior Play Casr, Junior Choir Presidenr, Musical
Variefies, Wilclcai Follies, Home Room Vice-presiden+, Boys'
Chorus Presideni, Quill and Scroll Publicalions Sfaff, Spanish
Club, Casl of "Nigh+ Musf Fall", Glee Club . . . STONE,
JIMMY . . . STRASNER, LOUIS . . . French Club, Hi-Y,
Senior Cabinel, Home Room Vice-presiden+, Nalional Honor
Sociefy, Key Club . . . STRAYHORN, JERRY . . . Projec-
fionisls Club, Presiclenf and Head Monifor, Thespians . . .
STROUD, JAMIE LOUISE . . . PepCa+s, Girls' Ensemble,
Drill Team, Choir, Y-Teens, Spanish Club, Fufure Homemak-
ers, All Sfafe Choir, Bookworms . . . STUCKEY, TOMMY
1 . . Publicafions Sfaff, Arf Club . . . SWAIM, LARRY
. . . Sludenl' Body President Publicafions Slaff, Junior Ro-
farian, Key Club, Thespians, Junior Red Cross, Forensic
League, Mas+er of Ceremonies for Wildcal' Follies, Cas? of
"Nigh+ Mus+ Fall", American Legion Speech Confesl' A-
ward, Proiec+ionis+s Club, Superior Raring af Slafe Speech
Fesfival, Boys' Chorus . . .
Jimmy S+one Louis Sl'rasner Jerry Sfrayhorn Jamie Sfroud
Frances Swaim Carol Swann
Trudye Tabor Donna Tanner
Marlene Tarwater Mary Jane Tedtord
Sharon Thomas Billy Thomason
ound and round and round they go and Where they stop no
ne knows. Football players feast at annual banquet.
SWAIM, FRANCES . . . Spanish Club, Future Nurses, Y-
Teens . . . SWANN, CAROL LEE . . . Satellite Editor, Pub-
lications Circulation Manager, Y-Teens, Thespians, Home
Room Re orter, Quill and Scroll . . . TABOR, TRUDY . . .
Student Council, Delegate to Southern Association ot Stu-
dent Councils, Home Room Secretary and Treasurer, Pep-
Cats Drill Team, Y-Teens, Future Business Leaders, Junior
Historical Society, Usher for Baccalaureate and Graduation
. . . TANNER, DONNA . . . Art Club, Band Librarian, Y-
Teens, Concert and Marching Bands . . . TARWATER, MAR-
LENE . . . Future Homemalcers, TEDFORD, ,MARY JANE
. . . Girls' Ensemble, Choir, Quill and Scroll, Y-Teens, Pep-
Cats Drill Team, Publications Statt, Home Room Secretary,
Future Homemalrers Vice-president, Future Nurses, Musical
Varieties . . . TERRY, CAROLYN . . . Ouill and Scroll, Pub-
lications Statt Artist and Statt Writer, Assistant Literar
Editor tor Wildcat, Thespians, Proiectionists Club, French
Club, Junior Red Cross, Art Club, Student Director tor
"Night Must Fall" . . . THOMAS, LARRY . . . Track . . .
THOMAS, SHARON . . . Y-Teens, Future Business Leaders,
Transter trom Arlington, Virginia . . . THOMASON, BILLY
. . . Future Business Leaders, Hi-Y, Usher for Baccalaureate
Carolyn Terry Larry Thomas
THOMPSON, AUDREY . . . Transfer from Bermuda Island
, . . THORNTON, SONNY . . . Concert and Marching
Bands, Boys' Chorus, Home Room Secretary, Hi-Y, Book-
worms, Theta Science Club, Wildcat Follies, Cast for Sen-
ior Play, Musical Varieties, Proiectionists Club . . . TILBURY,
ELIZABETH . . . PepCats, Y-Teens, Future Business Leaders,
Spanish Club . . . TILLEY, JACQUELYN FAYE . . . Girls'
Trio, Girls' Ensemble, Choir, Secretary, Musical Vareties,
Future Teachers, Senior Cabinet, All State Choir, Spanish
Club Vice-president, National Honor Society, Junior Choir
President, Glee Club, Y-Teens . . . TOLLIVER, JOHNNY
RAY . . . Home Room President, Senior Cabinet . . . TOWN-
SEND, DANNY . . . Boys' Chorus, Choir, Thespians, Wild-
Cat Follies . . . TURNER, BILL . . . Key Club, Publications
Staff, Quill and Scroll . . . TWIDWELL, JIMMY . . . UTLEY,
LINDA . . . Lafin Club, Future Homemalcers, Glee Club,
Future Nurses, Musical Varieties, Choir, Junior Red Cross
Choirmaster . . . VENETTA, JO ANN . . . Future Homemak-
ers, PepCats Drill Team, Y-Teens, Inter Club Council, Choir
Audry Thompson S ' " T" '
Elizabeth Tilbury Jacquelyn Tilley
Johnny Tolliver Danny Townsend
Bill Turner Jimmy Twidwell
Linda Uiley Jo Ann Venetta
1958-59 football captain Billy Ioe Moody is presented blanke
by Coaches Albright and Blendon.
Kenne+l1 Vick Jonny Waddle
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VICK, KENNETH . . . WADDLE, JONNY . . . Publicalions
Slaff . . . WALKER, BOBBY . . . WALLACE, STEVE . . .
Fulure Tradesmen . . . WALTER, JOHN MARK . . . Quill
and Scroll, Bookworms, Lalin Club, Sludenl' Council, Pub-
licalions S'l'a'lf, Wildcal ,Make-up Eclilor . . . WARD, PATSY
. . . Choir, Musical Variefies, WARNER, SHARLOTTIE . . .
Monilor . . . WATSON, VIVIAN . . . Nafional Honor Sociely,
Forensic League Presiclenl, Tliespians, Casi' of "Nigl1+ Musl'
Fall", Moni+or, Junior Red Cross, Fufure Teachers, PepCa+s,
Fufure Nurses His+orian . . . WEATHERFORD, DAVID . . .
Baskefball, Ari Club, Publicalions Slaff, Track, Library Moni-
+or . . . WEBB, DAVID . . . Band, Home Room Repor'l'er .
Bobby Walker Sleve Wallace
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John Mark Waller Pa+sy Ward
Sl'1arlo'Hie Warner Vivian Walson
Bill Bcxlclridge tries to persuade Mr. Wright, Mr. Miller, Mrs.
Nright, and Mrs. Miller at Quill cmd Scroll dinner during Truth
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WEBER, ROGER . . . Key Club, Tri Chem . . . WEISE, CAR-
OLYN . . . Wildcaf Liferary Ediror, Hi Comer News Edifor,
Fufure Nurses, Fu+ure Homemalcers, Quill and Scroll . . .
WELLER, JANICE DALE . . . PepCa+s Drill Team, Y-Teens,
Spanish Club, Junior Red Cross . . . WELLS, HOWARD
ODIS . . . WELLS, SHIRLEY . . . WETZLER, BOB . . .
WHEELER, BARBARA ELLEN . . . WHISENANT, DARRELL
. . . Concer+ and Marching Bands, Band Sfage Crew . . .
WIEGAND, ANNE . . . Sfudenr Council, Monifor, ln+er
Club Council, Pe Cars Drill Team, Y-Teens, Thespians, Fu-
+ure Teachers, Chioir, Arf Club, French Club, Publica+ions
Sraff, Wildca+ Follies, Musical Varie+ies, Quill and Scroll,
Senior Play Cast Cas+ of "Geraldine and +he Whi+e Robe"
. . . WIGGINS, RALPH . . . Publicafions Sraff, Foofball . . .
Roger Weber Carolyn Weise
Dale Weller Howard Wells
Shirley Wells Bob Weheler
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Barbara Wheeler Darrell Whisenani
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Anne Wregand Ralph Wiggins .
Eager doners-Bill Buldridge, Billy Ioe Moody and Wcryne
Wilkerson Virginia Willcins
Frances Willard Judy Wingfield
Recy Winfer Georgia Wiilcowslri
WILKERSON, NANCY . . . PepCa+s, Choir, Y-Teens, Fu-
fure Homemalcers, Fulure Nurses, Musical Varie'l'ies, Publica-
+ions Sfaff, Quill and Scroll . . . WILKINS, VIRGINIA LEE
. . . S+uden+ Council, PepCa+s Drill Team, Y-Teens, Choir,
Musical Variefies, Spanish Club . . . WILLARD, MARY
FRANCES . . . Glee Club, Lafin Club, Musical Variefies,
Furure Nurses, Choir, Moni+or, Publicalions S+aff . . . WING-
FIELD, JUDY . . . Ar+ Club, Choir, Fufure Nurses, Girls'
Recrea+ional Associalion . . . WINTER, RECY . . . Glee
Club, Choir . . . WITKOWSKI, GEORGIA ELAINE . . .
Junior Red Cross . . . WOIMBLE, NOLAN . . . lnfer Club
Council, Fufure Teachers . . . WOMBLE, RAYMOND . . .
WOODS, JACOUELYN ANN . . . Ar+ Club, Lafin Club,
Y-Teens . . . WOOLDRIDGE, LOUISE . . . Fu+ure Home-
makers . . .
Nolan Womble Raymond Womble
Jaclrie Woods Louise Wooldridge
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WOOTEN, JIMMY . . . Monifor for Phys Ed and Library
. . . WORTHAM, BUEL RAY . . . Mr. Wildcaf, Ouill and
Scroll, Bookworms, Library Monifor, Home Room Vice-presi-
denf, Foofball, Tumbling Team, Publicafions Adverfising
Sfaff . . . WRIGHT, JIMMIE LEA . . . PepCafs Vice-presi- w-.-51'
denf, Home Room Secrefary, Y-Teens, PepCa+s Drill Team, ,,,,,.---'
Lafin Club, Home Room Presiclenf, Fufure Nurses . . .
WRIGHT, MARTHA . . . Transfer from Liffle Rock Cenfral
High School . . . WRIGHT, ROBERT MORRIS, JR. . . .
WYNNS, EDDIE . . . Lafin Club . . . YATES, HERBERT . . .
Foofball, Baslcefball, Traclc, Home Room Treasurer, Library
Monifor, Home Room Presidenf, Publicafions Sfaff Aclverfis-
ing Manager, Baslrefball Team Capfain, Honorable Menfion
All Big 8 in Foofball . . . YIELDING, PEGGY . . . Cheer- i
leader, Nafional Honor Sociefy Treasurer, All Sfafe Choir, J'mmY Woolen Buel RBY Worlllam
Thespians, PepCa+s Drill Team, Senior Cabinef, Fufure Teach-
ers, Home Room Secrefary, Spanish Club, Junior Red Cross,
Choir, Musical Variefies, Monifor, Casf of "Nigh+ Musf FaII",
Delegafe fo Y-Teen Sfafe and Cify Conferences . . . YORK,
CLIFFORD . . . YOUNG, MARILYN . . . Sfudenf Council,
Pe Cafs, Lafin Club, Fufure Business Leaders, Y-Teens . . .
YCSUNTS, PRISCILLA . . . Choir, PepCafs, Y-Teens, Fufure an
Homemalrers, Monifor . . . ZAGAR, JOE . . . Foofball, Quill
and Scroll Publicafions Sfaff Exchange Eclifor . . . 1 .4-fs I My ,
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To Live in Hearts
We Leave Behind
Deafh +oolc fime fo +each us immor+ali+y on January 24.
Is Not To Die
fhough fhe passing in+o fhe misls of one iusl' beginning +he iourney of
lifeposed many ques+ions for us, we learned +he blessedness wifhin 'rhe
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The years will make us old: buf never Jerry. Somewhere he is forever
young-forever +he gay liH'le Sophomore we had come +o love.
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"North Little Rock! Our dear, our own home Then, howe'er crowns and coronets be rent,
For whom our warmest wish to Heaven is sent!
Long may thy hardy sons ot honest toil
Be blest with health, and peace, and sweet con-
A virtuous populace may rise the while,
And stand a wall ot fire around their much
No growing city can survive without' businesses of many kinds. The
following pages contain the advertisements of many of these people.
They not only represent a way to contact people about their services,
but a show of faith in the students of today, the citizens of tomorrow.
Read and heed this section well, Wildcats, for here are the people
you can depend upon.
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SIGNING A CONTRACT tor an ad in NLRHS
publications is Mr. Doyle Quillen of Martin
Quillen Agency. Carol Swann and Buel Worth-
am beam approval.
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q 91 1 y er Percy Mcrchin. Clockwise: Third Ward Aldermen Paul
Duke cmd F rank Huggins, Fourth Ward Aldermen Robert Kirspel cxnd Dr. W. E. Phipps, Ir.. cmd First Ward Alderman Iomes
D. Bobbitt. Second Ward Aldermen E. C. Shelby cmd Charles A. Bczhil, and First Ward Alderman Ed McCulloch were not
present when this picture was made.
William F. "Casey" Laman .... ............,...
Percy Machin ........... . . City Clerlr and Collector
Milton McLees . . ...... Municipal Judge
Reed Thompson . . . . , . City Attorney
Mrs. R. M. S. Butner , . . .,............ . . , City Treasurer
First Warcl ,.., ............. . . . James D. Bobbitt and Ed McCulloch
Second Ward .... .... E . C. Shelby and Charles A. Bahil
Third Ward . . , .......... Paul Dulce and Franlr Huggins
Fourth Ward . . . . . . Robert Kirspel and Dr. W. E. Phipps, Jr.
to each of you for a successful year
"Bank The American Way"
merican ational Bank
of NORTH LITTLE ROCK
MRS. JACK FINE'S
116 West 4th
107 E. 7th
FR 5 1229 -REALTORS- 715 Main St
Insurance 81. Realty Co.
"A Complete Service"
North Little Rock
Bob's Bait Market
2119 Pike Ave.
North Little Rock
RESIDENTIAL 8. COMMERCIAL WIRING
W. H. SHIRLEY
ALL woRK GUARANTEED
PHONE SK 3 4072
3018 KELLOGG ROAD
by Economy Furn. 8m Apl. Stores, Inc.
00 ff JIM 3405 Pike Ave -:- skyline 3-9587
YM p North little Rock, Arkansas
jg , "ecONOMizE with ECONOMY"
Students of North little Rock High
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"Quallty Fabrics for Less"
Best Wishes for your Continued Success 3421 pike Ave.-In Levy FR 3-5633
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COMMUNITY BAKERY ' 'sol Made
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and T. V.
Lake Hill Shopping Center North I-lffle Rock
Kay, Phil and Carolyn Hinson L., ...-. -. e-1-1--1----
I "Quality Meats"
MAIN STREET MARKET
2712 Main Street' North Little Rock
ARKANSAS' FINEST SWIMMING BEACH
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HANKiS DOG HOUSE
Live Maine Lobsters
STEAKS - SEA FOODS
Open 4:30 Til I2-Closed Sunday
Gene R. Kregel Warren E. O'Rorke
Insurance of all Forms
I I I2 W. 9th St. North Little Rock
F R I E N D
1324 Main Street
Little Rock, Arkansas
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Korte Tire and Service Co.
1300 Main Street
North little Rock
rx' Home Furnishings
823 WEST SEVENTH STREET LITTLE ROCK. ARKANSAS
TELEPHONE FR 4-2960
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". . . to keep always in mind our original pur-
poses-to roduce milk that meets, first of
all, the heaTth needs of tiny children. By so
doing, to offer to le of all ages
milk that lzlzlils these high-
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richness and purity.
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The First Phuslciah
The first recorded
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under Zoser. king of 0 it
the Third Egqptian
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We are proud of our n so s
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LEON HOLSTED DRUGS
46I0 East Broadway
North Little Rock, Ark.
Phone Wlndsor 5-2520
PROGRESS ..... is made through I,
imaginative management. Our imag-
inative personnel have made Union
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207 Main Street
North little Rock
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321 Ark.-Mo. Highway
North little Rock, Arkansas
The Best In Everything"
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Member F.D.I.f'. and Federal Reserve System
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And Drink Plenty Ili
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FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
ERESI-I AND CURED MEATS
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2700 E. Broadway - L Cky License
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Worthen Bank 8: Trust Co
Member Federal Reserve System
The Bank Ilwaf Pufs The Accem' on Service
CLYDE LITTLE'S LION SERVICE
4608 E. Broadway
North little Rock
GRADY MATHIS PAINTING CO.
201 E.G. Street SK 3-9051
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Roy Glover Esso Service
100 Jacksonville Highway
Protho Junction North Little
nu PoNr PAINT AND VARNISH
2300 E1 Broadway --- WI 5-2650
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Serving Churches, Schools
Stanley Sound Service
North Little Roclr
SAM STEPHENS CAFE
5007 E. Broadway
Rock WI 5-9032
81 ENTERPRIZE CO.
800 E. Washington Avenue
North Little Rock, Arkansas
"When You Are IN And Want OUT"
,wt TED HOOD BoNDlNG co.
FR 2-7164 I I Leo Sherrill
We Sell Direct To You
TWIN CITY MATTRESS
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FR 5-7489 107 1-2 Spring Street UPHOLSTERY SHOP
We Rock' Afkansas zaoo Railroad Ave. North Little Rock
I050 on your Radio dial
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BENSKY'S FU RRIERS
Inter City Transit Company
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Conway, Russellville, Fort Smith
You Pay for a Business Education Whether You Get lt or Not
fThese facts are based on a study made by Dean Everett W. Lord of Boston University.
nationally recognized authority on the relation of education to salary., The original data have
been evaluated hy the Equitable Life Insurance Company ol Iowa to conform to the changed
index of the purchasing power of the current dollar.
I. THE UN1'rtArNttu AIANZ He goes to work al I4 and reaches his rnaximtun income at -I0 with
his life average of less than 52,400 a year.
Since his income is largely dependent on physical strength and manual dexterity, it falls off at
50 or earlier, often to a point below the level of self-support. More than 50 Otll of every l00 untrain-
ed workers are dependent upon others after the age of 60.
TOTAL EARNINGS FROM I4 TO 60 ABOUT Sll0,400.
2. Tm: HIGH St:HoOL GRADUATE: He goes to work at l8, passes the maximum of the untrained
man wi.hin ten years, rises steadily to his own maximum at 50 with a life average of 54,000 annually
and deglines but little thereafter.
TOTAL EARNINGS FROM I8 T0 60, ABOUT 5l68,000.
3. Tm: Business Scnoot. GRADUATE: His permanent earnings begin at 22. By the time he is
30 his income equals that of the high school graduate at 40, and continues to rise.
Since his income is dependent upon his mental ability and training and is constantlv improved
by practice, it increases rather than diminishes. The graduate in business administrauon reaches
his maximum at 60 and has a life average income of Sl 1,000 annuallv.
TOTAL EARNINGS FROM 22 TO 60, S300,000 TO S4I8,000. I
At Educational Group
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For fifty-eight years Draughons School of Business, Lit-
tle Rock, Arkansas, has accepted the responsibility of sup-
plying business and industry within ottr area with properly
trained office personnel.
For more than ten years our Free Employment De-
partment has received many, many more calls for trained
personnel than we could possibly fill because we could
not train them fast enough. Not having the words to ex-
press to you the possibilities Ol' thorough business educa-
tion, we submit to you the above report entitled "You Pay
For A Business Education Whether You Get It Or Not."
Won't you read and study this report and ask yourself this
question: "May I also receive profits anti benefits by at-
tending Draughon School of Business, Little Rock?"
I-'or full information about courses offered, write us
lor our free book, TRAIN FOR BUSINESS.
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BOX ll 2Ib West Sixth St. LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
Pete Clowers Service Station
4120 Ark.-Mo. Highway
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Students ot North Little Rock I-Iigh
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314 East Broadway Phone FR 2-5661 HQUAUTY SERVICE'
North Little Rock, Arkansas SK 3-6161 4214 Conway Pike
Distributors of North Little Rock, Arkansas '
GATES TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES
for Pulaski and Jefferson Counties
208 Main Street North Little Rock
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Dresses - Sportswear - Suits -- Lingerie
"Best Terms in Town"
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2324 E. Broadway North little Rock WI 5-1442
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SUPPLIES Lumber 81 Supply Co.
Lumber, Millwork, Glass, Builders Hardware
Treated Fence Work
2522 E. Broadway WI 5-1486
North Little Rock, Arkansas
"Fine and Exclusive Gifts"
1601 Main Street
North Little Rock, Arkansas
CLASS or 1959
J. C. PENNEY CO.
North Little Rock. Arkansas
ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISE
North Llttlo Rocl's
Complete Department Store
Bill Starkey's Barber Shop
917 W. 18th
North Little Rock
Bugs Eiilvlui Emmiuul
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TIRES TUBE. BATTERIES D-X PRODUCTS. ETC.
600 Broadway FR 2-7273
Little Rock, Arkansas
MODEL FOOD MARKET
CHRONISTER 8 WRIGHT .
The Complete Food Market
624 W. 16th Street
'Ar Quality Shoe Repairing sk
Ph. SK 3-0073
WONDER STATE SHOE SERVICE
F. E. NUTT, Owner
804 Ark.-Mo. Highway Park Hill
North Little Rock, Arkansas
111 Keys Made While You Wait
Save a Trip to Town
Corbet's Variety 8: Hardware Store
418 Ark.-Mo. Highway SK 3-3707
Ph. FR 2-2991
311 Maple Street
North Little Rock, Arkansas
C. E. Climer
9 I 9 wee I8th FR 2-4448
JOY'S BEAUTY SHOP
sos w. sara sic 3-4766
North Little Rock
Radio and TV Parts
l222 Main FR 6-I39I
POCH'S ESSO SERVICE
523 West Third,' North Little Rock, Arkansas
North little Rock
30I Main North Little Rock
"Long Famous for Our Italian Dishes
and Barbecues" '
Happy Motoring Starts At Our Esso Sign .k t .k
Automatic Trans. - Engine Overhauled A N
. HEAVY TRUCK WORK . Electrical Co., Inc.
0 All WORK GUARANTEED 0 Air Conditioning Co.
al BILL 90I Spring Street Little Rock
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313 East Broadway
North Little Rock
15 fffs STEPHENS INC. yew
114 East Capitol Avenue
Fine Nest Trailer Colony
"A HOME FOR MOBILE HOMES"
2502 E t Br adway
N th Lttle R k A kansas
A. O. MEREDITH
Lock 81 Key Shop
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413 A Main North Little Rock J I3 I C SS O a C oo
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410 E. Washington Ave. Phone FR 4-1288
North Little Rock, Arkansas
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307 Orange FR 4-2293
North Little Rock, Arkansas
ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.
311 East Broadway
North Little Rock
THE BEST IN ELECTRIC SERVlCE"
ICE CREAM CO.
110 E. 13th North Littl
Greater Little Rock's Original
Fin 81. Feather
Pet It Pet Supplies
AQUARIA, TROPICAL FISH 8. BIRDS
303 Center Little Rock, Arkansas
NORTH LITTLE ROCK
"MANY KINDS OF SCHOOL SUPPLlES"
W. H. Rhodes 81 Sons, Inc.
500 Locust FR 4-1
Sash, Door and Special Millwork
HARRY'S SHOE STORE
34I 5 Pilre Avenue
"We Give Gold Bond Stamps"
Ketcher and Co. ,Inc.
Roofing and Sheet Metal Contractors
POURED GYPSUM DECKS
400 Locust Street
NORTH LITTLE ROCK
FARMERS UNION MUTUAL
' 1920 wright Ave.
Little Rock, Arkansas
SCHOOL 81. SALON I
'I09 West Broadway Go CATS Gol
l70O Main North Little R
MERLE NORMAN cosmetics A ,nd G
FR 5-2738 North Little Rock Hardware 81 paint Co'
Gertrude Blackwood, Owner FR 4-3592
. "Service With A Big Smilei'
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Dr. Walter E. Ward
3411 Pike Ave.
North Little Rock
North Little Rock Typewriter Co.
asoa Pike Ave. I
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PHONE WI 5-2329 Ross crrv 2l7V2 l-oulslana Sl'-
TWO DELIVERIES DAJLY SIX DAYS A WEEK
"SERVICE SINCE 1931"
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Markham and Main FR-22178
The Nation's Finest Building Materials
You Will Always Find Them at the
For over 49 years, we have served the Great Southwest . . . supplying the
nation's finest building materials that have stood the test of time . . . are tops
in quality and value.
Take the guess work out of building materials. You can depend on "AFCO"
for complete satisfaction.
ARKANSAS FOUNDRY COMPANY
IRON -1 STEEL - BUILDING MATERI
1432 East 6th Street, Little Rock, Arkansas
Dial FR 5-2795 for FREE estimates
OVER 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE
HOMER'S SHOE SHOP l
320 Main Street
North Little Rock
STANLEY HARDWARE CO.
3216 Pike Ave.
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Venable Lumber Company
I IO9 West 34th Street N.L.R.
PARK HILL CLEANERS
Bailey- Roberts Motors
322 W. BROADWAY
NORTH LITTLE ROCK
Self Service ---- Coin Operated
24th 81 Main FR 6-2534
D'X PRODUCTS s AND s AUTO PARTS co.
LUBRICATING Complete Outfitters for Your Car
GASOUNES 309 Main Street
SUPERIOR North Little Rock, Arkansas
MOTOR OILS WHOLESALE Phone FRanklin 5-9754 RETAIL
D'X OIL Tyler welded-steel U.ES.
lofh 8' Woodrow sts- Mo 6-5464 refrigerators food machines
No. me M office PAUL ALLEN REFRIGERATION co.
3905 E. Broadway WI 5-1464 1107 Main Street Little Rock
FRANCES FLOWER SHOP
1222 MAIN FR 2-2203 Congmlula
LITTLE Rock ARTS
Gordon Hunt A. A. Ritchie e ,
Reliable Prescription Service 4008 ConwaY P'ke
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Free Delivery Fountain Service Non mee Roc ' r ansas
Park I-IIII 40 5- rk.-Mo. Hwy. Sk 3.I I67 X
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"WE FLY ANYWHERE THERE IS AlR" DIFFEE LUMBER COMPANY
1901 E. 3rd FR 5-4616
4132 E. Washington North little Rock Congrelulellone' ee'e'e'e
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221-223 Main Street I
PAT HOGAN - Owner
200 E. llth North Little Rock Box 192
North little Rock, Arkansas
Congratulations Seniors! Visit Us Often!
deklns The eeee' Seed
And Garden Spots '
Of Greater Little Rock
4th 8. Magnolia Stree
6th 8. Center Street
Asher Ave. 8. Fr. Park Blvd., Little Rock
t-s, North Little Rock
s Little Rock
Fresh Fru its 8. Vegetables
Canned Fruits 8. Institutions
THE FINEST COST NO MORE
Phones WI 5-1461 0 Wl 5-1462
3022 E. Broadway
North Little Rock, Arkansas
"Bonded Telegraph Service"
"ARKANSAS' LARGEST RETAIL DISPlAY"
Milam's Barber Shop
301 Sherman Sf. FR 2-7181 4200 Conway Pike
L'1tle Rock, A kansas
I r North Little Rock, Arkansas
I "Distinctive Funeral Service Since 19109
DAVIDS DRUG I
sth a. Main North Little Rock Gwens Funeral Home
li "Funeral Insurance for Your Whole Family,
l 1o,ooo wares at 1010 90 Days to 90 Yew,
P. O. Box 550
RA Lime Rock Arkansas 500 Main North Little Rock
SID BROWN WHIT 81 SONS
GULF SERVICE Rt. 'l BOX 555
"Courteous One-Stop Service" A W X North little Rock
14th and Broadway Lime Rock .li ' 1 YEA wnocA1 A
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1500 E. Washington 2 J AV ememberu
North Little Rock JXGQQDSEY
Arkansas 0ne Day Cleaners
YEA WILDCAT ! ! 1412 man FR 29469
North Little Rock, Ark.
Belwood Beauty Salon
4202 New Conway Highway
North Little Rock, Arkansas
"Will Pick Up and Deliver"
W. T. GARRICK
Esso Service Station
4605 E. Broadway WI 5-9059
North Little Rock, Arkansas
MOVING PACKING STORAGE
Pool Car Distribution - Heavy Hauling
Baker Van 81 Storage Co.
200 West Washington Ave.
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Agent - Airline Vans
Carl I-laustein Business-FR 5-7126
Manager Night-FR 6-I O76
Arkansas Theater Supply
1015 Division Sr. FR 2-2632
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Rephan's Department Store
Main 8. Washington
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Congratulations, Seniors '
H I L L
1020 Main St. little Rock
Phone FR 6-0863
.lohnnie Mack Sales Co.
5229 E. Broadway
North Little Rock
Protho Junction Gulf Station
52l'l E. Broadway
North Little Rock
BINSWANGER 81 COMPANY
"Home of Tru-Flex Mirrors"
1510 Main Little Rock
Kirspel-Hollenberg Music Co.
304 Washington Ave.
North Little Rock, Arkansas
"A Satisfied Customer ls Our
Kendrick Construction Co.
707 West 22nd Street
North Little Rock, Arkansas
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INSURED FUR COLD STORAGE
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NORTH LITTLE ROCK. ARKANSAS
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Hartwick Barber Shop
4704 E. Broadway
4801 Gum North Little Rock
North Little Rock
JOBFS WONDER GRN-L TWIN CITY fgrinling E? .li-141,
13th 8' Main Sheets East Second at Magnolia FR 2-0251
North Little Rock Nonh linle Rock
SCOTT STORE 47
JOE DeWITT CO.
HEATING 8. AIR CONDITIONING
SALES 81 SERVICE
Office FR 2-3478 721 Main Street
Res. SK 3-1236 North Little Rock, Ark.
314 Main Street
North Little Rock, Arkansas
66I've get Blue Cross-Blue Shield too"
"When I am 18,
like big brother, I'l1 either
take out my own membership
or be a sponsored. member on
my family's membership.
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Blue Cross-Blue Shield
6th and Gaines, Little Rock
All Work Guaranteed Phone FR 2-8750
MORTON 81 HOLLEY
GENERAL Auto REPAIR
Walter B. Goodwin
C O O K I E S
"They're ' Delicious"
Made in North Little Rock
Front End Alignment - Wheel Balancing Sold in
1926 E. Broadway North Little Rock, Ark. -l - 10 States and Texas
H. D. ATKINS
LA FRANCE BEAUTY SHOP SERVICE STATION
no W. 3rd FR 2.6611 HIGH GRADE GAS AND OIL
2911 E. Broadway
Little Rock North LH
tle Rock, Arkansas
LA N E15 Standard Furniture Co.
READY-To.wEAR 209 Main Street
218 Main North Little Rock N""' Lime Rock
NORTH LITTLE ROCK THEATRES INC.
Ann's Flower 81. Gift Shop
205 MAIN STREET
N. L. R.
1808 Main Street FR 5-4897
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LILES BROS. MOTOR co. .Q , ,,,,, Fl.
719 E. Broadway
North Little Rock
There is more North Little Rock news in the
TIMES than there is in all the other newspapers
SPRIGGS DRUG STORE l 'H 'he W""d Combined'
FR 2-9111 711 Pike Ave. E
North Little Rock, Arkansas
General Air Conditioning Co. 9
821 East 6th Street THE 1 Q S
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Little Rock, Arkansas
WI 5-1451 3004 E. Washington
North Little Rock
FR 5-7543 YEA CAT!!
Moody's Recapping Service
All Work Guaranteed - Anything in Tires
816 E. Broadway North Little Rock, Ark.
4705 Camp Robinson Road
North little Rock, Arkansas
K o o L v E N 1
ALUMINUM AWNING CO.
3408 E. Broadway
North Little Rock, Arkansas
C. R. "Bob" HUBBARD
FLOOR SANDING, LINOLEUM 8. TILE
413 W. 7th FR 4-6389
Congratulations Seniors of "59"
Thomason Appliance Company
SALES AND SERVICE
308 E. Washington Ave. FR 4-2560
North Little Rock, Arkansas
ARK-LA-TEX OIL COMPANY
so . Broadway
No 'nie Rack
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North Little Rock Electric Dept
8th 81 Main
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Distributor of ESSO Products
506 Water Street WI5-1549
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Baptist Bible 81 Book House
. T. O. TOLLETT, Mgr.
716 Main Street FR 4-2329
"Your Religious Supply House"
GEORGE E. BROWN
NEW AND useo cms
"Buy With Confidence"
Phone FR 5-7567
612 East Third Street
North little Rock, Arkansas
WI 5-2555 WI 5-2061
Late Model Motors, Transmissions 8. Parts
Temple 81 McCarroll
REMEMBER US - WE DO YOU
2901 E. Washington No. Little Rock, Ark. y ,
- Congratulations, Seniors -1--I D r e S S S h O p
my Ned, Irma, Sandra, Nedra
uadvenising consuhanyf 402 Ark.-Mo. Highway Park Hill
lll2 North Harrison SKYIIUS 3-2255
Little Rock, Arkansas -- -I -I - -1
1 HOWARD'S CONOCO
TWIN CITY TIRE COMPANY CUNWO SERVICE STATION
Ph. WI 5-9906
300 East Broadway North Little Rock 4414 E. Broadway
A sweet reminder:
LAKE HILL DRUG STORE your grocery has
LAKE Hill SHOPPING CENTER HSCHERIS HONEY
4100 Ark.-Mo. Highway
, 2008 Main Street
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North Little Rock, Arkansas
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FOR THE BEST JOB IN TOWN, CALL MO 3-9133 or FR 2-6780
Jim Yount, manager
Brake and Wheel Alignment
' WAGNER AIR BRAKES
SUPERIOR SPRINGS CO.
219-221 W. Washington FR 4-0288
North little Rock
Colaianni Piano 81 Organ Co.
8th and Main
little Rock, Arkansas
223 West Broadway
301 West Capitol
Little Rock, Arkansas
ber Stamps Works
122 W. Markham FR 2-0393
Little Rock, Arkansas
Little Rock, Arkansas
ssoi New Conway Highway
North Lame Rock, Ark ansas
lllLl.'S DRUG S'l'0llE
3300 Pike Avenue - North Little Rock
Your L. G. BALFOUR CO.
L. G. BALFOUR CO.
by Doc WRIGHT
WALLACE 81 HENRY
New and Used Furniture
liberal Discounts for Cash
125-127 E. Washington FR 4-6175
North Little Rock, Arkansas
MAY SUPPLY CO.
1115 E. 2nd
THOMAS 81 SPLAWN
Mercury Outboard Sales 81 Service
l2l5 MAIN STREET
IVIADI 0 CADILLAC CII
Bo-Bird Sandwich Shop
1733 Pike Ave. FR 2-9697
North Little Rock
"best sandwiches in town"
Levy Beauty Salon
"nights by appointment"
706 W. 36th North Little Rock
Lois Wright-owner and operator
I A Manufacturers of
CONCRETE AND LIGHT WEIGHT BLOCKS
STEAM CURED - LABORATORY TESTED
Q All Popular Sizes Q Concrete Brick
Q Patio Blocks Q Roman Tile
Q Dur-O-Wall Q Masonry Cement
Dial FRanIclin 5-2811
Nights, Sundays 8. Holidays Dial WI 5-2811
5th and Cornish Streets
North Little Rock
RAMBLER - HILLMAN1 - FIAT SALES
LINCOLN - MERCURY - RAMBLER - IMPORT
COME IN SOON. . .WE WANT TO SERVE YOUI
HERBERT JONES MOTORS
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914 Division Street
North little Rock
"We Buy 81 Sell Used Cars 81 Parts"
North Little Rock Route 1, Box 52
on Memphis Highway
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Stone 81 Material Co.
FOOT OF ASHLEY STREET
Little Rock, Arkansas
READY MIXED CONCRETE
WASHED CHANNEL SAND
Each Order Given
Prompt Individual Attention
Phone FRankIin 4-0381-little Rock
Phone Liberty 4-3341 -Jacksonville
Complete Radiator Service
OK RADIATOR SHOP
Same Location Since 1919
815 West 14th Street Little Rock, Arkansas
P one FR 4-5046
TODD APPLIANCE CO.
RADIOS REFRIGERATORS DEEP FREEZES
AIR CONDITIONERS AUTOMATIC WASHERS
T E l E V I S I O N
113 Main Street
North Little Rock Arkansas
ROGERS EQUIPMENT CO.
5033 E. Broadway
North little Rock, Arkansas
Dorsey Electric Supply Co.
WHOLESALE ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
1304 East 13th St. - P. O. Box 246
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Phone FR 5-5378
CAMPBELL'S BEAUTY SHOP
406 wear 47th
D A N C E
2900 Main Street
North Little Rock
PHONE FR. 2-9844
WNIIL IALANCING, WASHING, POLIIHING. LUBRICATION,
FLAT! FIXID, IATTIIY IIRVICI. GIIAIING
901 PIKE AVENUE
JOHNNY W. STARKEY N lun Lrr'n.z Rocx, Alex.
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Corsages and Gifts for All Occasions
7 I 8 Ark-Mo Highway
North Little Rock
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Arkansas School of Horology
1603 Main Street
North Little Rock
1436 Pike Avenue, N. L. R.
Phone FRanklin 2-9813 Road Service
"We Cater To The Particular"
MECHANIC Phone For Service
ON DUTY O skyline a-oosa
BOB'S ESSO SERVICE
QUALITY PRODUCTS EXPERT SERVICE
B. E. DAUGHERTY
320 Ark.-Mo. Highway, Park Hill '
North Little Rock, Arkansas
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45'-"fy QDPLEUS FR 2-5511 1306 w 26th street rn 4-9683
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CORA MARIE BLEDSOE, Owner
121 East 21 Street North, Little Rock, Ark.
North little Rock
JESSE'S SHOE, SHOP
1104 W. 18th
North Little Rock
If We Can Talk With You-
We Can Trade With Youl
Authorized Buick Sales - Service
1815 E. Broadway 3rd and Broadway
N. Little Rock Little Rock
E. M. Wetzler Sheet Metal Works
3222 Railroad Avenue
North Little Rock
DONAHEY BEAUTY SALON
12l9Vz Pike Ave. FR 2-8933
Across Pike From Kroger
Owner - GLADYS DONAHEY V
"Poor" Puckett's Grocery
North Little Rock, Arkansas
GOOD LUCK SENIORSI
REAL ESTATE - RENTS - LOANS - INSURANCE
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212 Spring Street Little Rock, Ark.
18th Pike FR 5-4447
North Little Rock
North Little Rock Tin Press Co.
1100 W. 3rd Street
North Little Rock, Arkansas
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Serving All- Star Stores -
Model Markets and A. G. Stores
1801 East 23rd Little Rock Ark.
ARKANSAS TOOL 81 DIE
1317 Orange Street
Phone FR 4-6972 P. O. Box 62
North little Rock
NORTH Ll'l"l'Ll'1 ROCK I-'LORIST
MRS. CLYDE GALLOWAY
3Ol E. Broadway North Little Rock FR 4-8435
Dr. and Mrs. John E. Laman
H. N. Means, Jr.
I09 Maple St. - Phone FR 5-23l0
NORTH LITTLE ROCK
619 Main 0 Little oc
Extend Best Wishes to the
NORTH LITTLE ROCK HIGH SCHOOL
CAVE'S . . . famous for the finer, more exclusive
gifts in: Aw
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George Garrison Company, Inc.
Roofing and Sheet Melal Contractors
204 ARKANSAS AVE.
NORTH LTTTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
School Art Supplies IB ern
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2700 Pike Avenue
North Little Rock, Arkansas
A Good Place to Eat!
BAR-B-Q OUR SPECIALTY
SHAW Gas and Plumbing COMPANY
l40l West Third Street
Little Rock, Arkansas
CLEANERS 81 LAUNDRY
FR 2-8867 wh s. Main
North Little Rock
Western Auto Stores
221-223 Main Street FR 2-6101
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Lift Truck 8m Service Co.
l 110 West 9th Street
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.
I500 E. Washington
North Little Rock
RAND WHOLESALE GRO.
1014 East 2nd
Little Rock, Arkansas
E. G. MOORE
GROCERIES 81 MEATS
FR 4-1579 ' 823 Parker St.
North Little Rock
KARCHER CANDY CO.
Emmett Hoffman Alvin Bell
4100 Ark.-Mo. Highway
North Little Rock, Arkansas
PINKEYS PHOTO SERVICE
108 Main Street
Little Rock, Arkansas
Artistic Memorial Co.
519 E. Broadway FR 2-4444
North Little Rock, Arkansas
Arkansas' Largest 'Everything In Music'
112-114 I. 7th St. Lille lock, All
1018 West 18th
FR 2-3174 - FR 2-3175
North Little Rock
Dutch Maid Do - Nut Shop
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Coffee - Hot Do-Nuts' - Hushpuppys'
3907 W. 13th - Little Rock - MO 6-9860
Reliable Life Insurance Co.
326 Donaghey Bldg.
FR 5-8468 Little Rock, Arkansas
I f Williamson Drug Store
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f if A 128 Main FR 5-8259
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THE FAMILY LAUNDRY
Wh and Ringo 36I7Can+reH Skyline Furniture 81 Appliance, lnc.
FR 2-5II2 MO 6-8670 702 Ark.-Mo. Highway, Parkhill
NOYNI llffle ROClK, Al'lKal1S8S
. . Congratulations
Charley Dilfee Moving Company R READ BAKERY
620 E. Washington North Little, Rock B
Agent for DEAN VAN LINES, Inc. A N D
FR4-6311 HOSTESS CAKES
"Serving Greater Little Rock for 22 Y:rs,'
paint 81 Body S op Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables
All WORK GUARANTEED
FRankIin 2-8808 123 Magnolia FR 5-4734
Herman Harris 2223 Pike Avenue North Little Rock
Service Manager North Little Rock, Ark.
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210 West Fourth
North little Rock
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Marks Sheet Metal Works
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3706 Allen SK 3-1927
North little Rock, Arkansas
HILLS DRUG STORE
3300 Pike Avenue North Little Rock
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North Little Rock
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