Red Bank High School - Roar Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)

 - Class of 1957

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The time is coming when our years together at Re a lot of us are thinking nostalgically of them. As I glance back at this Class of 1957, I see 165 the coming year. Service Club members are doing th help in any way they could. lt seemed to us that they we could get where we were going. I remember our first class meeting. We were very class officers. By the end of that meeting we had elected Tommy Watts as were: Vice President-Bobby Bowling, Secretary-Marcia Kay Emerson, and Cfaaa .jvbafory d Bank High School will be only a memory. Already seventh graders fighting their way to register for eir best to keep everyone in line and were trying to were there iust to be pushed out of the way so that were about to elect our first our President. Other ofticers Treasurer-Carolyn Jo Spray- excited because we berry. To work with these four we selected Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Landers. We were extremely proud of our class. During th elected as an acrobatic maiorette. After we had registered for the eighth grade, we learned how to get our talking clone, make our usual minutes allotted to us. The time finally came to have that year's first cla is year one of our group, Gail Terwilliger, was work again. We had almost lls, and get to class in the tive started our regular disturbance in the ha ss meeting. Then we elected Carolyn Jo Sprayberry as President, Shirley Greer, Vice President, Tammy Watts, Secretary, and Jerry Cecere, Treasurer. As sponsors we elected Miss Masterson, Miss McKenney, In this same year we had basketball, baseball, an three of these teams were the champs of the Chattano and Mr. Calfee. d football teams that were tops in their class. All ago area. The coaches were, basketball-Mr. Car- los Springfield, baseball-Mr. Bob Gorham, and football-Mr. Jim Mayfield. When we came back from our summer vacation '57 was probably very unpopular with Mrs. Smith, the the hole." When our group was called together to be ness. The class elected Miss Hunter and Mr. Springfield Tommy Watts, Vice President-Travis Billingsley, Secre Our class really began to take part in school activ superlatives, and they were: Most Popular-Shirley Gre Terwilleger and Miles Springheld. Our representative elected Junior High Cheerleaders from our class were because you have to be a sophomore to participate in to enter our first real high school year, the Class of head of our school bank, for we were six cents "in organized, we were quite successful with our busi- as our sponsors. Our class oH'icers were: President- tary-Crawford Bean, and Treasurer+Calvin Sivley, ities during this year. For the first time we elected er and Tommy Watts, and Best All Around-Gail in the Homecoming Court was Shirley Greer. Girls Kay McMillan and Marcia Kay Emerson, However, Senior High Activities, we still held membership in Junior High clubs. On the whole, we thoroughly fulfilled the old saying about being "green Freshmen." After having had a full summer, we returned to our Alma Mater. Most of us buckled down to work, because we were naw able to realize what our high school years would mean. For our class leaders we selected: President-Travis Billingsley, Vice President-Pattye Lauper, Secretary-Melva Jean Lindsey, and, Treasurer-Tommy Watts. Our sponsors were Mr. Lewis and Mr, Edwards, During the year we had many more activities, for at last we were classified as "senior high." Kendra Trimble was elected our representative in the Homecoming Court. Our class superlatives were: Most Popu- lar-Gail Terwilliger and Tommy Watts, and Best All Around-Carolyn Jo Sprayberry and Kenneth Smith. We sponsored the Senior-Faculty basketball game and also had a picnic at Lake Winnepesauka at the end of the year. When we got our final report cards on the last clay of that year, some of us were afraid to look. But, hoping to become "mighty" Juniors, we all did. Little did we know that in our Junior year we would be the richest class in the school. It really felt good. Those who helped ta make it possible were Mrs. Taylor and Mr. Wolfe, our class sponsors, The leaders of our class this year were Paul Walker, Carolyn Jo Sprayberry, Richard Johnson, and Kenneth Smith. Elected as Most Popular were Tommy Watts and Shirley Greer. Kenneth Smith and Carolyn Jo Sprayberry were elected as Best All Around. Judy Long was our Homecoming Court representative. 137

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