Slocomb High School - Sigma Eta Yearbook (Slocomb, AL)
- Class of 1953
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Editor . . . . . Elaine Sorrells
Business Manager. . . . Joann Tew
Circulation Manager . . Helen Peters
Feature Editor .... Lydianne Segrest
Class Editor .... Flora Holloway SLOCOMB, HIGH SCHOOL
Activity Editor. . Howard Culbreth, Jr. Slocomb, Alabama
Sports Editor . . . . Sam Arnold
Typists . . . . .Marjorie Hughes
. . . . . . . . Naomi Adkinson
Artist ......... Edna Smith
Photography Editor . . Shirley Messer
On the pages of this book is written the story of
one of the happiest years of our lives. The An-
nual Staff of 1953 invites you to join us in re-
living these experiences. As you delve through
the pages may your enjoyment equal ours.
Loyal, faithful, reliable, dependable, lovable--the series could continue
with words of praise for Joe Earl Sellers, graduate of Slocomb High School,
1934, and of Troy State Teachers College, 1939, and member of our high
school faculty since 1942. Mr. Sellers taught at Fadette and Oak Grove be-
fore coming to us at SHS. Whether in math, science, bookkeeping or in his
position at the gates during all our athletic events, the course still runs true.
Mr. Sellers married Sybil Garner, a former classmate and fellow faculty
member, whose untimely death brought grief to her many friends and fellow-
workers. Jo Ann, his young daughter, is now a member of the fourth grade
Besides his teaching, Mr. Sellers carries on his farming interests and
engages actively in the work of the Slocomb Methodist Church. A congenial,
worthwhile member of any group--student, faculty or friends-- We salute
you, Joe Earl Sellers, and dedicate this issue of Sigma Eta to you with the
highest measure of our devotion.
MR. I. B. DAVIDSON
MRS. TRUDY ASHCRAFT
MRS. GLENN BUTTRAM
English and French
MR. JEFF STRICKLAND
MR. WILLIAM T. RICHARDS
MR. WAYLAND DuBose
History, Safety and Phy. Ed.
MRS. ANNIE LORRIE STUTTS
History and Librarian
MRS. IDA BELL PHINNY
Math and Science
MISS CELESTE FOSTER
Science and English
MRS. MARY SNELL
Health and Phy. Ed.
MRS. KATHLEEN RICHARDS
MISS NORMA FOSTER
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MR. JOE EARL SELLERS
Bookkeeping and Math
COACH DAVID SNELL
Biology and Coach
MRS. BLENNIE UNDERWOOD
MRS. FLORA DALTON
MRS. ELIZABETH WATSON
Math and Algebra
MRS. BURNICE HORNSBY
MRS. MYRTLE HEAD
MRS. SADIE HIXON MRS. A. Z. WIGGINS
Fourth Grade Fourth Grade
MRS, SUDIE WHITT MRS, VIRGIE MCINTYRE MRS. D. D. STEPHENS MRS. RUBY COLLINS
Third Grade Third Grade Second Grade Second Grade
MRS. ELMA COX
MRS. FAIRBIE SORRELLS MISS FRANCES SMITH
First Grade First Grade
MRS. PITT MCARTHUR
F.H A. I,2,3, Officer 35 Beta
Club 4, President 45 Class Vice-
president 35 Who's Who 35 Annual
Staff 45 Hi-Lite Staff 45 Ir. Play 3.
F.H.A. I,2,3, Officer5 Class
Secretary 2,4,5 Miss Slocomb 25
Who's Who l,2,3,4,5 Miss F.H.A. 3
F F.A. Sweetheart 35 Beta Club 45
Annual staff 45
4-H Club 15 Officer5 I.R.C. 2,3,
Basketball 25 Class President 35 Who's
Who 3,45 Glee Club 45 Class Vice-
Fadette I5 Class Play I5 Basket-
ball I5 4-H Club I, Officer5 F.H.A.
25 Beta Club 3,45 Class Play 35 Who's
Who 45 Hi-Lite Ed. 45 Annual Staff 4
BENNIE FRED MITCHELL
4-H Club rg I.R.C. 2,3,4:G1C6
Tate I5 Val. I5 Basketball I5 4-H
Club I5 F.H.A. 25 Beta Club 3,4: Hi-
Lite staff 4.
F H.A. l,23 Beta Club 35 I.R.C. 45
Hi-Lite staff 4.
Basketball 45 Baseball 3,45 Foot-
ball 2,3,4: F.F A. I,2,3, Officer
35 "S" Club 45 Who's Who 3,4
Ashford I5 Sports Club Ig l.R C.
2,35 Jr. Play 35 Glee Club 45 Beta
Club 45 Pep Club 25
Football I, 2, 45 Basketball I, 2, 35
"S" Club I, 2, 3, 45 Who's Who 3, 45
Jr. Play 35 U.S. Army from Sept.
1950 to June 1952
F.H.A. l,2,35 Beta Club 4, Officer
l-li-Lite Staff 45 Annual staff 45 Class
4-H Club I: I.R.C. 2,3,4.
BERNIE EARL HUGHES
4-H Club I, 2g Football 2,3,4g
1. R.c. 3,4.
JONNIE MAUDE BOLIN
Literary Club lp Glee Club Ig
F.H.A. 2g Beta Club 3,43 Ir. Play
Football 2,3,4: F.F.A. 2, 1.R.c
3, "s" Club 4.
Fadette Ip Basketball Capt. Ig
4-H Club Ig F.H.A. 2,35 Beta
Club 43 Jr. Play 3, Who's Who 4.
4-H Club Ig F.F.A. 2,3,43 Glee
4-H Club Ig F.:-LA. 2, I.R.C.
F.H.A. Ig I. R. C. 2, Pep Club
2g Beta Club 3,45 Glee Club 3,4.
Fadette Ig 4-H Club I3 Basketball
lg I.R.C. 2,3,4.
MARY ELLEN BROOKS
Art Club Ig F.H.A. 25 I.R.C.
3,4g Band 45 Glee Club 4.
BOBBIE JEAN JUSTICE
Malvern Ip Val. Ip 4-H Club Ig
Basketball I3 Beta Club 3,4: Ir.
Basketball Ig 4-H Club Ig I.R.C.
4-I-I Club I, 2,3g Basketball I3
Beta Club 4.
Football I,2,3,4: F.F.A. I,2,3,
4: "S" Club 4.
Literary Club Ig I. R.C. 23 Beta
Club 3, 4.
4-H Club rg F.F.A. 2,3,4.
Science Club Ip I.R.C. 2.3,
Officer 23 Who's Who 45 Beta Club
45 Officer 4g Homecoming Queen
F.F.A. I,2,3,4: Football 2,3,4
"S" Club 4g Baseball 4.
4-H c1ub1.1.R.c. 2.3. F.F.A
Tate Ig Basketball Ig 4-H Club
I: Historian Ip Music Ig I.R.C. 2,
Beta Club 4.
MAMMIE LOU BASS
Fadette Ig Basketball Ig 4-H
Club I, 2, 3,4, Officer 45 l-Ii-Lite
Fadette Ig Basketball I, 2,3,4g
4-H Club rg I.R.C. 2,3g Baseball
2,3,4: "S" Club 4.
RUBY NELL EVERETTE
4-H Club I: I.R. C. 2,3,4:
Band 1,2,3, F.H.A. 1, I.R.C.
2, Beta Club 3,4, Hi-Lite Staff 4,
Annual Staff 4, Who's Who 4.
Malvern Ig 4-H Club, Officer, I,
I.R.C. 2, "S" Club 3,4, Football
2, 3,43 Baseball I, 2, 3.4, Basket-
ball I, 2, 3, 4.
F.H.A. I,2, Officer: Cheer-
leader 2,45 Who's Who 4, Beta
Club 4, Officer, Hi-Lite Staff 4,
Annual staff 4, Sullins College 3,
Glee Club 3,4, Vested Choir 3,
Pep Club 2, Band I, 2.
Rehobeth I, "R" Club I, Base-
ball I, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball 2, 3,4, All Wiregrass
3, "S" Club 2 3, 4, Who's Who 4,
Jr. Play 3
4-H Club I, 2, Officer, Band 4,
Glee Club 3,4, Ir. Play 3, Beta
Club 3,4, Annual Staff 3, Editor
of Annual 4, Hi-Lite staff 4, 4-H
Trip to Chicago 3, Who's Who
2,4, Pep Club 2, Class Officer 2.
Beta Club 4, Jr. Play 3, Football
2,3,4, F.F.A. 2,3,4.
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BETTY JEAN SMITH
Fadette I, Class Play I, 4-H
Club 1, F.H.A. 2, Beta Club 3,4,
Hi-Lite staff 4, Good Citizen-
Fadette 1, Basketball I,2,3,
4, Baseball 2, 3,4, "S" Club 3,4,
Football 2, 3,4, Class Officer 4,
Who's Who 4.
I.R.C. 2,3, 4-H Club r, Officer
Who's Who 2.4, Cheerleader 3, Beta
Club 4, Hi-Lite Staff 4, Monitor 3.
F.F.A. I,2,3,4: "S" Club 4,
Football 2, 3,4.
4-H Club I, I.R.C 2,35 Beta
4-H Club I, 2, 3, 5 Beta Club 3, 45
Annual Staff 3, 4,5 4-H Trip to
Chicago 25 Homecoming 2, 35 Who's
Malvern Ig 4-H Club Ig I.R.C.
Science Club lg Pep Club 25 LR,
C. 2, 35 Who's Who 3,45 Annual
Staff 45 Class Historian 45 Glee
Club 45 sera club 4,
Basketball 134-H Club Ig I.R.C.
4-H Club I: F.H.A. 2. Officer:
l,R,C, 35 Officer5 Beta Club 4.
Fadette Ig 4-H Club lg Basketball
Ig I.R.C. 2,351r, Play 35 F.F.A. 4
Malvern Ig Basketball 2, 3, 45 F.
A. I, 2, 35 "S" Club 4.
Science Club Ig I.R.C. 2, 3, 45
Glee Club 3, 4,
JOHN PERRY KEEL
Fadette Ig Basketball 2, 3, 45 Fo
ball 23,45 F,F,A, 2, 3,45 "s" C
Literary Club I 5 Glee Club 1,45
Beta Club 3,45 Cheerleader 4.
HOWARD CULBRETH, IR.
F,F.A. I,2,3,4g Officer 35 Bet
Club 45 Annual Staff 4g Who's Wl
4: Class Officer I,2,3, Jr. PlayJ
4-H Club I, Officerg I.R.C. 2,
45 Basketball Capt. I.
I.R.C. 2g Beta Club 3,45 Band
, 2. 3, 4g Orchestra 3, 45 Football 2.
JLLIE BEA SULGROVE
Malvern Ig I.R.C. 2,3,4.
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DAVIS WAT SON
4-H Club lg I.R.C. 2,3,4
4-H Club lg F. H.A, 251
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NAME AMBITION PROBABLY WILL BE
Ann Enfinger Nurse Nurse Maid
Bob Webb Doctor Model
Shirley Messer Teacher Fortune Teller
Joann Tew Dietition Fashion Designer
Jeanette Arrington Office Worker A pain in the neck
Bobbie Jean Justice Missionary Dignified Old Maid
Jonnie Maude Bolin
Ruby Nell Everette
Mary Ellen Brooks
Betty Jean Smith
Maminie Lou Bass
Bennie Fred Mitchel
John Perry Keel
Smart as Mrs.
Be in service
A good cook
Pres. of U. S.
Join Air Force
Principal of S. H. S.
Home Ec. Teacher
Coach at Fadette
Five Star General
An old maid
Hen Pecked Husband
A Boy Scout
Capt. in National Guard
A bum cook
Truck driver's wife
Mayor of Malvern
A truck driver
LHST llllll HIID TESTHIHEHT
We, the senior class of 1953, 63 strong, about to leave this hall of fame with a sound
mind, and a dependable memory, do hereby publish our Last Will and Testament, mak-
ing all other promises and wills void.
I, Shirley Messer, will my courting privilege at school to Ann Brown.
I, Charles Carrol, will laziness to S. W. Kirkland.
I, Elizabeth Thorne, will my ability to speak French to Mar ie Forehand.
I, Byron Hixon, will my position as chairman of the Gripe Club to Harry Gene Harris.
I, Mary Brooks, will my smile to June Smith.
I, Paul Justice, will my ability to learn En lish to any sucker who wants it.
I, Elaine Sorrells, will my job as annual ecitor to anybody.
l, Burnice Fulford, have nothing to will and therefore I will nothing to anybody.
I, Helen Peters, will my ability to get a husband to Frances Jackson.
I, Jimmy Hamm, leave Mr. Davidson with gray hair.
I, Carlos Williams, leave all the typewriters of Slocomb High in bad condition.
I, Waylon Strickland, leave Coach Snell and biology to some other stupid bum.
I, Charles Clark, will my slow and cautious driving to Lawrence Hughes.
I, Max Upton, will my honesty to Luther Hall.
I, Wallace Watson, will all my friendliness to Mrs. Buttram.
I, Rufus Killin sworth, will my French book to somebody who needs it worse than I.
I, Rudolph Huggies, will my typing skill to Grady Harris.
I, John P. Keel, will my big fish tales to Lawrence Harris.
I, Joann Tew, Leave my quiet ways to Jonnie M. Harris.
I, Cleburne Tew, leave my hei ht to Royce Vickers.
We, Evaline Halstead and Ann Reeder, will our ability not to get caught by Mr. David-
son to Jo Farmer and Pencie Thweatt.
I, Charles Watkins, will my geometry book to Paul Gray.
I, Charles Underwood, will m ways with the women to James Bass.
I, Geraldine Culverhouse, willlmy place in French Class to Ernestine Clark.
I, Edward Hall, will my good grades to Don Watson.
I, Edsel Hornsby, leave schoo ----- I hope.
We, Judy Spivey and Jeanette Kent, will our giggles to Betty Peacock and Robbie Hall.
I, Marx Spivey, will my smoking habit to Eugene Tindell.
I, Gerel Marsh, will my bus driving ability to Harold Hagler.
I, Bernie E. Hughes, leave as soon as I receive a diploma--I hope.
I, Ruby Nell Everett, leave my weight to Sue Thomas.
I, David Carroll, leave biology for good.
I, Bob Webb, leave my hei ht to Marjorie Hu hes.
I, Davis Watson, leave mygheight to Paul Hidge.
I, Ann Enfinger, leave my black hair to Bobbie Dean.
I, Nellie Metcalf, will the crown of Homecoming Queen to Virginia Kirkland.
I, Bennie Mitchell, will my keen sense of humor to Wendell Hall.
I, Bobbie J. Justice, leave my ability to learn bookkeeping to Fannie Smith.
I, Carolyn Hughes, will my friendliness to Evelyn Bedsole.
I, Naomi Adkinson, will class prophet to anyone who has an imaginative mind.
I, Edna Newman, leave my abi ity to run up and down the hall to Dorothy S. Pope.
I, Martha Watford, will nothing because I need it all.
I, Jeanette Arrington, will my flirty ways to Miss Norma Foster.
I, Patricia Simmons, will my ability to work bookkeeping to Katie Pippin.
I, Lydianne Segrest, leave my cheerleader captain to Pat Peel.
I, Joseph Collins, leave my love for English to Edward Woods.
Charles Griffin, leave Glee Club to some boy that can't sing any better than I.
Wallace Williams, leave my wavy hair to Larry Newton.
I, Jonnie M. Bolin, leave my ability to work geometry to Hilda Moss.
I, Betty Jean Smith, leave my good citizen ship to Kathryn Kelly.
I, Mamie L. Bass, leave my quiet ways and good nature to Mariam Hall.
I, Edna Smith, leave my singin in the halls to Sue Smith.
I, Myer Holloway, leave Mrs. Stutts with more gray hair than she already had.
I, Flora Holloway, leave Mrs. Phinney's cloak room to find a better place for an office
I, Betty McAllister, leave my love for bookkeeping and Mr. Sellers to Leonard Tew.
I, Howard Culbreth, leave Chemistry class for ever.
I, Randull Hall, leave the football field to find another fighting place.
I, Kathie Whitaker, will my athletic ability to Jean Pelham.
I, Joyce Register, will my witty ways to Imogene Register.
I, Frank Se lers, will my bookkeeping book to Mr. Sellers.
I, Sam Arnold, leave this job to the poor fella who gets it next year.
Our history began in September of 1941 when we were organized for the
first time in the rooms of our first grade teachers, the former Miss Opal
Garner and Miss Bernice Tomberlin, The beginners of our class were Marx
Spivey, Sam Arnold, Howard Culbreth, Joann Tew, Helen Smith, Rufus Kill-
ingsworth, Charles Carroll, Bernie Fred Mitchell, Naomi Adkinson, Nellie
Metcalf, Jonnie M. Bolin, Edna Smith, Judy Spivey, Martha Watford, Jean-
ette Arrington, Geraldine Culverhouse, Gerel Marsh, Lydianne Segrest, and
The former Miss Lula Mae Newton and Miss Maude Hughes were our
teachers in the second grade. That year Davis Watson came from Fadette to
join our class.
Our third year was a memorable one for all of us because we moved over
to the high school building for classes. We felt superior to our fellow mates
who were still over in the elementary building. I know Mrs. Flora Dalton and
Miss Louise Justice, now Mrs. Moody Williford, had plenty of headaches try-
ing to keep up with us. At that time Joseph Collins joined our class.
We moved back to the elementary building in the fourth grade, to the rooms
of the former Miss Mattie Davis and Miss Evelyn Gibson. One big event was
the May Day Festival when we fourth graders danced the Virginia Reel.
In the fifth grade Mrs. J. T. Boyette and Mrs. Pitt McArthur were our
teachers. Betty McAllister came to us from Taylor and Elaine Sorrels from
The Sixth grade was a big year for us. Mrs. Burnell Rayburn and Mrs.
Bernice Hornsby were the teachers who guided us and prepared us for the days
ahead in high school. Some of us will never forget the chicken fry we had in
May. Edward Hall was the only new member of our class this year.
O course, we'll all remember those first days as Jr. I's. I doubt if some
of us will ever forget Social Studies with Coach Richards. Mrs. Johnny Fred-
rich and Miss Celeste Foster were our homeroom teachers and helped us to
adjust ourselves to our new surroundings. Mar Ellen Brooks came to us
from Hartford and Elizabeth Thorne from Blue Springs that term.
In the eighth grade Byron Hixon came to us from Rockford, Waylon Strick-
land and David Carroll from Fadette, and Wallace Watson and Bernie Earl
Hughes joined our class. Mrs Flora Dalton and Miss Norma Foster were our
Edna Newman, Ruby Nell Everette, Anna Raye Enfinger, and Jeanette
Kent from Malvern, and Frank Sellers from Fadette enrolled here in the ninth
grade. They were probably unfortunate enough to get in on the theme writing
that Mr. Sellers made us do for talking.
We old members were amazed when we saw all the stran e faces that ap-
peared in our tenth grade rooms. Those to come to us from iflalvern were
Carolyn Hughes, Barbara Webb, Myer Holloway, Rudolph Hughes, Max Upton,
Patricia Simmons, Bobbie Jean Justice, Paul Justice, Charles Clark, and
Burnice Fulford. From Fadette came Jimmy Hamm, Charles Griffin, Carlos
Williams, Wallace Williams, Cleburne Tew, Flora Holloway, Betty Jean Smith,
Joyce Register, Katie Whitaker, and Mamie Lou Bass. Ann Reeder and Evaline
Halstead came from Tate. Shirley Messer from Marianna, Charles Underwood
from Rehobeth and Betty McAllister joined us from Ashford. We were very
proud when Shirley Messer won the title of "Miss Slocomb" in the tenth. Coach
Richards and Mrs. Stutts led us through that ear as sponsors of our class.
John Perry Keel joined us in the eleventh grade. We gave our Junior play
"Whoa Grandma" under the direction of one homeroom sponsor, Mrs. Grace
Whitten. Mrs. Mable Harris was our other homeroom teacher and led the
preparations for the successful Western banquet that we gave the Seniors.
Then came the greatest of all, our Senior year, with our sponsor, Mrs.
Ida Bell Phinney. Instead of taking the usual trip to Florida we voted to go to
Washington, D. C. Throughout the year we worked hard to make the trip.
Among the many honors to come our way was the election of Nellie Metcalf as
Homecoming Queen by popular vote. The only new member of our class was
We'1l never forget these years here at Slocomb High.. We all feel a little
sad to know we're leaving its halls for the last time as students. As we go
our different paths of success, we'll look back on these days here and remem-
ber them as our happiest.
Mary Lou Enfinger
Jonnie Maude Harris
Harry Gene Harris
Martha Ann Sheffield
Billy Joe Merritt
S. W. Kirkland
Shelba Jean Bass
Dorothy Sue Pope
Bobby Jean Dean
TOP ROW: Grace Parrish, Joe Earl Berry, Ernestine Clark, Johnnie Earl Lassiter, Robbie Hall, Jimmy Ned
Collins. SECOND ROW: Jackie Benefield, Charles E. Smith. Jean Brackin, John Wayne Hicks, Bevelyn
Killinsworth, Clyde Bailey. THIRD ROW: Loudean Williford, Jerry Dunnaway, Theresa Collins, Paul
Everette, Merium Hall, Kenneth Sewell. FOURTH ROW: Frances Kelley, Wesley Mitchell, Marie
Saunders, Eugene Tindell, Elizabeth Holland, Bobby Jackson. FIFTH ROW: Jewel Newman, Charles
Elmore, Elsie Rayburn, Dawsey Hemby, Louise Spivey, Kenneth Register.
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FIRST ROW: Martha Collins, Sterling Bass, Robert Lee Coe, Flora Nell Singletary, Billy Spivey, Nellie
Smith. SECOND ROW: Wendall Hall, Geraldine Watford, Oyette Phillips, Katherine Chancy, Edward
Woods, Carolyn McCullough. THIRD ROW: Shirley Jenkins, Grace Phillips, Lawrence Harris, Joyce
Caraway, Billy Hawkins, Sheby Jean Freeman. FOURTH ROW: Charles Hidle, Barbara Watson, Grady
Campbell, Margie Hodge, Buddy Hollaway, Betty Peacock. FIFTH ROW: Gene Skinner, Bobbie Single-
tary, Doyle Campbell, Margie Phillips, Ben Brackin, Myernette Register.
TOP ROW: Bonnie Waters, James Edward Hundley, Jean Butler, Larry Toole, Fannie Lou Smith, Roy
Saunders. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Peters, Gerald Mitchell, Evelyn Hall, David Sasser, Frances Fore-
hand, Nelson Baxley. THIRD ROW: Norma Jean Smith, Lamar Jones, Sarah Greer, Johnnie Earl
Yeomans, Io Ann Baxley. Leonard Tew. FOURTH ROW: Sarah Russell, Annette Leddon, Betty Watford
TOP ROW: Davis Smith, Grady Harris, Kenneth Warren, Herman Sorrells, Wayland Childs, Loyd Coker, Wallace
Killingsworth, Randall Collins, Edwin Davis, Don Callihan, Joel Tew. SECOND ROW: Gareth Eubanks, Charles
Avery, Robert Yeoman, Rex Blount, Dolphus Hall, Donald Bolin, Doyle Miller, Billy Watson, Berlon Graham,
Glenn Boutwell, Randall Bynum. THIRD ROW: Connie Mills, Wayne Lee, Maylon Bush, J. C. Hardy.FOURTl-I
ROW: Mr. Joe Earl Sellers, Betty Sue Bottoms, Lillian Collins, Jonnie Maude Smith, Rebecca Hundley, Glenda
Riley, Kenneth Vinson, Phyliss Holland, Louise Justice, Joann Hall. FIFTH ROW: Remona Cox, Joyce Williams,
Hattie Metcalf, Betty Rash, Betty Purvis, Florene Skinner Hazel Aplin, Laurie Jane Patterson, Joel Wright Imo
gene Register, Shirley Yeomans, Mrs. William T. Richards. SIXTH ROW: Vonnie Simmons, Doris Watson, 'Marth
White, Carolyn Kelley, Sue Smith, Bonnie Collins, Katie Box, Helen Burdeshaw.
TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Devon Bolin, Mary Smith, Bob Bush, Milda Welch, Sue Fondren, Martha Battles,
Eloise Merritt, Nelda Lott, Martha Childs, Ellen Bolin, Myrtle Hyman. SECOND ROW: Patricia Waters, Clement
Miller, Douglas Campbell, Royce Branshaw. Gerald Smith, Joe Earl Helms, Huey Helms, Harold Holloway.
THIRD ROW: Huelon Chancyl, Jimmy Rex Gilley, Walter Crockham, Steve White, Tommy Roberts, Joyce
Jackson, Wynell Tate, Sara Hughes, Omega Dean. FOURTH ROW: Joe Phillisns, George Baxley, Buddy Parrish,
Clayton Cox, Gerald Bowers. Fl TH ROW: rs. Flora Dalton, Jane Nell Davi son, June Smith, Maxine Clark,
Era Jo Harris, Bill Grace Ketchum, Martha June Farmer, Miss Norma Forster, Clayton Brannon. BOTTOM
ROW: Robbie Foul-en, Loudell Moss, Helen Bottoms, Betty Phillips, Sandra I-lidle, Sara Myers, Sara Fondren,
Jimmy Pitt Sullivan, David Davis, Grover Smith, Danny Gouge. .
FRONT ROW: Mrs. Watson, Harold Hidle, Reginald Campbell, James E. Carroll, James Roland, Charles Killings-
worth, Dan Peters, Jonnie Lee Watson, Loure Culverhouse, Betty Sue Aplin, Grace Sorrells, Cherry Carroll, Coach
David Snell. SECOND ROW: Lawerence Merritt, Bobby Morgan, Jimmy Davis, Wallace Branshaw, Jimmy Craw-
ford, Willa Dean White, Joyce Harrison, Martha Sue Roberts, Glenda Fay Lee. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Collins,
Kenneth Crawford, Sue Hall, Ruth Ellen Smith, Willa Dean Skinner, Lily Pearl Warren, Linda Lott. FOURTH
ROW: Sarah Kate Hall, Carolyn Harrel, Huey Thurman, Jimmy Mitchell, Wendell Youngblood, Billy Joe Hatcher,
Patsy Metcalf, Peggy Crawford, Peggy Dean, Virginia Cox, Joyce Wright. FIFTH ROW: enneth Dean, Ray Bush,
Robert Smith, Jimmy Snell, Cary Watkins, Ard Watson, Rex Deshazo, Betty Killingsworth, Billy Justice, Gwen-
dolyn Hagler, Carolyn Culverhouse.
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Underwood, Wynelle Bolin, Willie Myrl Hendrix, Clovette Kirkland, Fay
Jackson, Shirley Peters, Delores Ridenhour, Betty Russell, Mylrtle Waters, Hilda Welch, Dorothy Wood, Mrs. B.
Hornsby. SECOND ROW: Tommy Kelley, Gene Kent, Rudolp Kleiser, Reginald Mitchell, Charles Sheffield,
Jerome Smith, Robert Earl Turner, Billy Turner, Wayne Williams. THIRD ROW: Ouida Peters, Wanda Smith,
Patricia Spivey, Mable Thompsons, Julian Aplin, Rudolph Barrett, J oe Bolin, Irby Hall, Curtis Harris, Junior
Waters. FOURTH ROW: Myron Jones, Ann McAllister, Metha Gille , Barbara Hatcher, Betty Hicks, Mona Holland,
Mary Frances Hughes, Jo Ann Kimble, Elaine Kirkland, Irene Killgr sworth, Ouida Peacock. FIFTH ROW: Dewey
Anderson, Johnny Mack Burdeshaw, Billy Eubanks, Huey Mitchell, lsgitchell Pippin, Charles Sims, Max Bolin,
Randul Coker, Harold Hall, J. L. Pippin, Leslie Ward, Earl Mack Gavin.
TOP ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Patricia Davis, Bobby Dominy, Billy Dominy, Donald Hidle, Doloris Merritt, Mary
Fay Deshazar, Margaret Culbreth, Alfred Costa, Billy Baxley, Glenda Bolin, Betty Jean Bottoms. SECOND ROW:
Jimmy Lee, Charlie Ray Lewis, Betty Ruth Miller, Sylvia Heltsley, Joel Holland, Mary Hall, Billy Joe Hughes,
Charles Harrell, Eunis Hyman, Mar a Fay Forehand. THIRD ROW: Randolph Brown, Leon Woods, Ronnie hite,
Joseph Smith, Jimmy Hatcher, Hoytt Hatcher, Sally May Wood, Syble Freeman. Billy Fay Smith, Joan Weed,
Bett Joyce Smith. A. J. Tireson, Kenneth Smith. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Head, Jerre Roland, Gerald Killingsworth,
Stephen Harris, David Harris, Jimmy Davis, Larry Davis, Robert Earl Cox, Johnny Cox, Jimmy Butler, Shelly
Barnes. FIFTH ROW: Jonnie Ruth Welch, Wendell Bolin, Jimmy Benefield, Kenneth Bowers, Everett Bro in, Hilton
Collins. Harold Davis, Joseph Owen, Johnny Mack Vinson, Carl Watkins, Daniel Whitaker. SIXTH ROVi Glenda
Snell, Jeanette Tate, Martha Jean Stephens, Joy Mauldin, Dorothy Mauldin, Martha Jean Mills, Marshia Ree
Kirkland, Annette Blount, Silvia Nasler, Myra Jean Greer.
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Watson, Robert Earl Ward, James Earl Tindell, Charles Tew, Paul Tanton,
Donald Spivey, Ted Smith, James Simmons. SECOND ROW: Gerald Peters, Freddie Welch, Jackie Lassiter, Louie
Williford, Tony Kelley, Melvin Justice, Gerald Jackson, Daniel Dykes, Jr., Donnie Mack Hall, Glenn Carroll,
Franklin Adams, Katie Yarbrou h, Sandra Williford, Elizabeth Waters, Barbara Thom son. THIRD ROW: Mary Tew
Janice Yoeman, Ruth Roberts, gwendolyn Pilcher, Annette Phillips, L. V. Pelham, Christine Mills, Jean Martin,
Robbie Hughes, Joyce Greer, Shirley Dean, Sandra Costa, Mary Ellen Brown. FOURTH ROW: Bertie Mae Stone,
Faye Strowder, Sara Anne Smith, Patricia Skinner, Evelyn Richards, Sara Roberts, Mable Jo Shutes, Barbara Willi-
ford, Susan Segrest, Martha Simmons, Phyllis Marsh, Betty Peters. FIFTH ROW: Anne Price, Elizabeth Newmans,
Barbara Matthews, Glenda Lee, Brenda Mitchell, Martha Metcalf, Marilyn Hornsby, Jean Clark, Nan Carnes,
Emily Buttram, Alex Smith, Billy Trawick, Billy Joe Tew. SDCTH ROW: Charles Sellers, Allen Smith, James
Rile , William Roland, Donnis Pate, Ronnis Pate, Earl Jernigan, David Morgan. Gene Merritt, Robert Killings-
worar, Charles Kirkland, Gerald Hendrix. SEVENTH ROW: Ralph Hornsby, Jimmy Helms, Kenneth Ridenhour, Paul
Farmer, Lonnie Earl Hendrix, Jimmy Enfinger, Larry Bass, Gary Barrett, James Buttram, David Armstrong, David
FRONT ROW: Mrs. Vir ie McEntyre, Mrs. Sudie Whitt, Martha Merritt, Carolyn Whitehead, Martha Robinson,
Alma Greer, Glenda Ciilds, Judy Collins, Linda Callihan, Flossie Brown, Jerry Snell, Gene Strickland, SECOND
ROW: Jerry Warren, Ernest Stone, Terry Smith, Row Harris, Everette Odom, Micheal Mills, Randall Lee, Don
Hatcher, Bobby Rash, Gregg Campbell, Charles Aplin, THIRD ROW: Jimmy Cox, Lawrence Streepy, Kenneth
QUHIIICDUITI. Jimmy B01in. Douglas Sorrells. Joel Woodham, Billy Joe Ward, Lawrence Smith, Warren Byrd,
Douglas Caraway, Jerry Bolin. OURTH ROW: Betty Dean, Madge Watson, Ruby Jewel Hall, Gwendolyn Myers,
Patricia Waters, Jean White, Marjorie Taylor, Geraldine Smith, Martha Peters, FIFTH ROW: Maryl Mitchell,
Tommie Jo Hagler, Sandra Hughes, Maxine Hicks, Charlotte Gavin, Lillian Fondren, Martha Coc ran, Louise
Bradshaw, Bessie Blount, Eloise Adams.
TOP ROW: Charles Roberts, Wilmer McAllister, Wilburn Martin, Richard Jernigan, Jerry Harris, Paul Harrell, Robert-
Farmer, John B. Davidson, Charles Dalton, Earl Collins, Earl Bradshaw, Larry Bowers, Billy Wayne Bottoms, Sammy
Bailey. SECOND ROW: Mary Ruth Jackson, Jo Annette Gissendaver, Myra Eubands, Faye Marie Enfinger, Linda Davis
Keta Bolin, Pete Watson, Billy Joe Thompson, Johnny Yarbrough, Gerald Watson, James Waters, Dwi ht Tew,
Jimmy Smith. THIRD ROW: Joel Underwood, Max Stone, Ronnie Senio, Bobby Peel, Johnny Mack Hefms, Marie
Welch, Janie Sue Waters, Sherleen Tew, June Simmons, Judy Mitchell, Annette Mills, Charlotte Meritt, Sandra
McAllister. FOURTH ROW: Gloria Strickland, Joyce Pate, Tina Newton, Ann Anderson, Gary Culverhouse,
Johnny Quick. Johnny Watson, Max Skipper, Clinton Hindrix, James Mauldin, Nathan Carroll. Gerald Aplin, Bob
Hagler. FIFTH ROW: Betty Simmons, Margie Ward, Barbara Smith, Willidean Strawder, Shirley Peters, Annette
Mitchell, Sandra Lott, Judy Kimble, Patricia Hall, Barbara Adams, Rebecca Yeomans. SIXTH ROW: Mary Hall,
Melba Holland. Saundra Roberts, Gail Clark.
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Sorrells, Miss Smith, Mrs. Cox. SECOND ROW: Lottie Hall, Carolyn Moss, Jane Moss, Patricia
Strickland, Shirley Tew. THIRD ROW: Buford Bolin, Bobby Bottoms, John Hildreth, Bobbie Martin, Wilbur Price,
Jerry Sellers, Larry Sellers, Carlisle Weed, Dwight Wil1iford,Johnny Mac Hughes, Leonard Phillips, Sara Alice Buttram, Vicki
Morgan, Sandra Coker. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Don Smith, Lamar Sellers, Coe Winson, Talmadge German, La-
fayette Kirkland, Gleyndanne Blackman, Glenda Faye Campbell, Jeanette Hollis, Ann Jones, Barbara Kleiser,
Martha Mitchell, Monteze Marsh, Jean Thompson, Catherine Hall. FIFTH ROW: Helen Adams, Linda Creel, Mary
Hall, Joan Ott, Jean Sims, Patricia Ward, Dianne Cunningham, Max Aplin, J. B. Bell, Keith Helms, Edward Jones,
Ronnie Sorrells. SIXTH ROW: Allen Bowen, Bobby Fondren, Larry Hall, Lannis Kirkland, Cullen Mills, Lester Peters,
Robert A. Purvis, Ronald Sawyer, Moody Smith, Allen Waters, Tommy Wright.
FIRST ROW: Gerald Whitt, Marjorie Taylor, Linda Callahan, Glenda Childs, Mary Mitchell, Judy Collins, Sandra
Lott, Terry Smith, Sherrilyn Avery, Bessie Blount, Joanette Gissendanner, Sammy Bailey, John B. Davidson, Jerry
Harris, Paul Harrell. SECOND ROW: Madge Watson, Sandra Hughes, Jean White, Michael Mills, Carolyn White-
head, Douglas Caraway, Charlotte Gavins, Rebecca Yeomans, Richard Jernigan, Bobby Hagler, Bobby Peel, Sue
Smith, Ann Anderson, June Simmons, Charles Roberts. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Sudie Whitt, Mrs. Frankie Whitt.
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SEATED: Margie Forehand, Ann Enfinger, Barbara Webb, Katie Whitaker, Joyce Register, Betty Jean Smith, Jonnie
Maude Bolin, Geraldine Culverhouse, Lydianne Segrest, Flora Hollaway, Naomi Adkison, Sam Arnold, Elaine
Sorrels, Nellie Metcalf, Pencie Thweatt, Evaline Halstead, Betty McAllister, Edna Smith, Sue Thomas, Sherryl
Caraway, Marjorie Hughes, Jonnie Maude Harris,
STANDING: Mrs. Sara Buttram, Jeanette Arrington, Bobbie Jean Justice, Shirley Messer, Joann Tew, Patsy Peel,
Nancy Carroll, Byron Hixon, Howard Culbreth, Jr., Raymond Register, Gerel Marsh, Freddie Bush, Harry Gene
Harris, Charles Griffin, Ann Reeder, Patricia Simmons, Dorothy Sue Pope, Edna Newman, Jo Farmer, Helen Peters
FIRST ROW: Mary Brooks, Geraldine Watford, Martha Watford, Ruby Nell Everette, Loyd Stone, Martha Ann
Sheffield, Luther Hall, Jeanette Kent, SECOND ROW: David Sasser, Virgie Merritte, John Wayne Hicks, Doris
Culverhouse, Myra Lott, Ann Brown, Judy Spivey, Bobbie Dean, Elizabeth Thorne, Buddy Hollaway, Marie
Saunders, Mrs, Stutts. THIRD ROW: Burnice Fulford, Davis Watson, Kenneth Sewell, Beth Hyman, Ben
Brackin, Shirley Wicker, Virginia Kirkland, Carlos Williams. FOURTH ROW: Nelson Baxley, Bernie Earl Hughes,
Max Upton, Jimmy Ned Collins, Billy Wright, Frank Sellers, Waylon' Strickland, Bobby Jackson, Bennie Fred
Mitchell, Carolyn Hughes, Ollie Bea Sulgrove.
FIRST ROW: Annette Leddon, Jean Spivey, Mary Lou Enfinger, Yvonne Kelley Jean Pelham, Patricia Bailey,
Mrs. Trudy Ashcraft. SECOND ROW: Barbara Watson, Betty Jean Watford, Shirley Yeomans, Nellie Smith,
Katie Box, Joel Wright, Imogene Register, Martha White, Carolyn Kelley. THIRD ROW: Carolyn McCuller,
Joyce Caraway, Bobbie Singletary Joanne Baxley, Shirley Jenkins, Margie Hodges, Myernette Register, Bobbie
Miller, Vonnie Simmons, Bonnie Waters, Ernestine Clark. Jackie Benefield. FOURTH ROW: Martha Hidle, Ann
Kirkland, Helen Burdeshaw Norma Joan Butler, Claudette Boyetre, Evelyn Bedsole, Eleanor Hinson, Betty
Holland, FIFTH ROW: Camellia Paulk, Jewel Newman, Grace Parrish, Nellie Smith, Frances Forhan, Ann
Singletary, Fannie Smith, SIXTH ROW: Frances Jackson, Elizabeth Holland, Sue Smith, Margie Phillips,
Kathrine Chancy, Grace Phillips Frances Kelley, Nina Thompson, Theresa Collins.
FIRST ROW: Randall Hall, Robert Smith, Bibb Greaves, Don Watson, Lawrence Hughes, Paul Justice.
SECOND ROW: Edward Woods, Gene Tindell. Gene Skinner, Morris Baxley, Gerel Marsh, James E. Hundley,
LC. Hardy, Paul Gray, Mr. Richards. THIRD ROW: Gerald Mitchell, Wendell Hicks, Grady Campbell,
Wendell Hall, Jonnie Earl Lassiter, Wallace Killingsworth, Paul Everette, Billy Spivey, Jimmy Hamm, Doyle
Campbell. Jerry Dunnaway. FOURTH ROW: Joseph Collins, Jimmy Watson, Gerel Kent, Horace Baxley, Lamar
Jones, David Baxley, David Carroll. FIFTH ROW: Howard Culbreth, Jr., Dawsey Hemby, Maylon Eldridge,
Kenneth Register, Joe Earl Berry, Jerome Chancey. SIXTH ROW: Wallace Watson, Larry Tool, Rufus
Killingsworth, Charles Hidle, Charles Ward, Charles E. Smith. SEVENTH ROW: Roy Saunders, John Perry
Keel, Charles Watkins, Charles Elmore, Royce Vickers, Robert lee Coe.
Loudean Williford, Flora Nell Skinner, Jonnie Lee Watson, Betty Ruth Rash, Sara Hughes, Merel Simmons, Martha
Childs, Ellen Bolin, Edwin Davis, Charles Avery, Rex Blount, Miss Norma Foster, Jimmie Pitt Silavent,
Betty Purvis, Grady Harris, Willa Dean Skinner, Wynell Tate, Huey Helms.
FIRST ROW: Ann Farmer, Patsy Metcalf, Billie Grace Ketchum, Shirley Bell, June Smith, Emmie Crawford,
Louise Justice, Joanna Harris, Peggy Crawford, Peggy Dean, Ellen Smith, Mrs. Mary Snell. SECOND ROW:
Joyce Wright, Lillie Pearl Warren, Sue Hall, Laurie Jane Patterson, Betty Killingsworth, Eloise Merritt, Joyce
Williams, Ernestine Clark, Rebecca Hundley. THIRD ROW: Jane Nell Davidson, JoAnn Hall, Evelyn Hall, June
Farmer, Ramona Cox, Bonnie Collins, Jonnie Maude Smith, Virginia Robinson, Carolyn Harrell, Maxine Clark.
FOURTH ROW: Myrtle Hyman, Era Jo Harris, Virginia Cox, Betty Sue Bottoms, Laura Culverhouse, Sara
Wright, Gwendolyn Hagler, Phylis Holland, Glenda Riley. FIFTH ROW: Cammelia Ann Riley, Barbara Toole,
Lillian Collins, Hattie Metcalf, Sara Hall, Joyce Harrison, Carolyn Peters, Willa Dean White.
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FIRST ROW: Sara Fondren, Leevon Bolin, Martha Joy Battles, Katie Pippins Jennie Mae Helms, Mamie Lou Bass,
Sara Myers, Helen Bottoms, Pa-tricia Waters, Sandra Hidle. SECOND ROW: Miss Celeste Foster, Nelda Lott, Robbie
Fondren, Lou Dell Moss, Betty Phillips, Sue Fondren, Jean Brackirr, Shelba Jean Bass, Joyce Jackson, Miriam
Hall, Luverne Knight, Sybil Williamson, Patricia Watson, Sara Deal, Linda Lott, Cherry Carroll.
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BOYS 4-H CLUB
FOUR - Reginald Campbell, Billy Joe Hatcher, Harold Hidle, Lawrence Merritt, Jasper Deal, Bobbie Morgan,
Johnny Mack Woodham, Wesley Mitchell, Bob Bush, Billy Watson, Franklin Coe, Ray Bush, Gerald Smith,
Royce Bradshaw, Kenneth Gilley, Jimmy Davis, Molton Davis. DASH - Herman Sorrells, Jimmy Brown
H - Grover Smith, James Roland, Connie Mills, Dan Peters, Wayland Childs, Robert Hatcher, Loyd Coker,
Leonard Tew, Mr. Joe Earl Sellers, Randall Collins, Jimmy Crawford, James Earl Carroll, Keller Hollis, Harold
Holloway, Wilburn Phillips, Dolphus Hall, Buddy Parrish, Huvon McSwain, Jerry Don Brooks, Clement Mills,
Robert Yeoman, Joel Tew,
FRONT TO BACK: Cleburne Tew, James Bass, Paul Hidle, Larry Newton, Marx Spivey, Edsel Hornsby, Myer
Holloway, Gene Keel, Charles Clark, Lawrence Harris, Wallace Williams, S.W, Kirkland, Charles
Underwood, Coach Snell, Charles Carroll, John Perry Keel, Randall Hall,
FIRST ROW: Bevelyn Killingsworrh, Sherryl Caraway, Martha June Farmer, Jane Nell Davidson, Edna Newman
Ernestine Clark, Martha Watford, Billie Grace Ketchum, Sue Thomas, Dorothy Sue Pope, Helen Burdeshaw,
Katie Box, Era Jo Harris, Beth Hyman, Martha Ann Sheffield. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Frankie Whitt, Betty
McAllister, Edna Smith, Virginia Kirkland, Bobbie Dean, Betty Killingsworth, Joyce Harrison, Gwendolyn
Hagler, Ann Singletary, Claudette Boyette, Ann Kirkland, Charles Griffin, Bennie Fred Mitchell, Raymond
Register, David Baxley, Morris Baxley, Jean Pelham, Jean Spivey, Carmelia Paulk, Shirley Yeoman, Faye
Thurman, Imogene Register, Joel Wright, Betty Sue Bottoms.
HOBBY AND HANDICRAFT
Clayton Brannon, Jimmy Rex Gilley, David Smith, Jackie Tew, Kenneth Warren, Harry Joe Phillips, Daniel
Sellers, Mrs. Elizabeth Watson.
HI -LITE STAFF
SEATED: Edna Smith, Mamie Lou Bass, Evaline Halstead, Mrs. Phinney, Flora Holloway.
STANDING: Lydianne Segrest, Naomi Adkison, Helen Peters, Elizabeth Thorne, Betty Jean Smith, Sam
Arnold, Elaine Sorrells.
FIRST ROW: Marjorie Taylor, Patricia Bailey, Madge Watson,
SECOND ROW: Virgie Merritt, Carolyn Kelley, June Smith, Jimmy Enfinger, Joanna Harris, Johnny Cox
Jimmy Butler, Max Bolin, Huey Helms, Marjorie Hughes, Martha White, Bobbie Dean, THIRD ROW:
Grady Harris, Martha June Farmer, Billie Grace Ketchum, Era Jo Harris, Ard Watson, FOURTH ROW:
Virginia Kirkland, Sherryl Caraway, Shirley Yeoman, Byron Hixon, Elizabeth Holland, Mary Brooks,
Jane Nell Davidson, Donald Bolin, Billy Eubanks, Jean Brackin, Ernestine Clark. FIFTH ROW:
Mr, Jeff Strickland, Director, Eleanor Hinson, Betty Holland, Helen Burdeshaw, Elaine Sorrells, Rex
Blount, Gerald Mitchell, Robert Yeomans, Charles Avery, Harry Gene Harris, Mr. I.B.Davidson.
Madge Watson, Virgie Merritt, Martha White, June Smith, Patricia Bailey, Drum Majorette, Marjorie
Hughes, Carolyn Kelley, Bobbie Dean, Marjorie Taylor,
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FOOTBALL SQUAD AND CHEERLEADERS
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Lydianne Segrest, Wallace Watson, Paul Justice, Marx Spivey, Randul Hall, Larry
Newton, Don Watson, Robert Smith, Billy Arnold, Martha Ann Sheffield. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Pat
Peel, Myra Holloway, Ben Brackin, Paul Hidle, Lawrence Harris, Kenneth Vinson, Larry Toole, Jerome Chaney,
Jerry Dunnaway, John W. Hicks, John P. Keel, Jackie Benefield, THIRD ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ionnie M. Harris,
Gerel Marsh, Jimmy N. Collins, Maylon Eldridge, Cleburne Tew, Charles Underwood, James Bass, Gene Keel,
Keller Hollis, Jeanette Arrington. FOURTH ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Gray, Charles Carroll, S. W. Kirkland,
Loyd Stone, Gareth Eubanks, Dawsey Hemby, Don Callahan, Jack Watson. BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Berlon
Graham, J. B. Davidson, Coach Snell, Coach Dubose, Edsel Hornsby.
Larry Newton, End
Randul Hall, Guard
Charles Underwood, Fullback James Bass, Halfback Marx Spivey, Halfback
Cleburn Tew, Quarterback Don Watson, Halfback Paul Hidle, Center
Wallace Watson, Tackle John P. Keel, Tackle Pauljustice, Tackle
Gerel Marsh, Guard Myer Holloway, Quarterback Gene Keel, Tackle
Billy Arnold, Fullback Lawrence Harris, Center Loyd Stone, Tackle
Kenneth Vinson, Tackle Jerry Dunnaway, Halfback Jack Watson, Guard
Paul Gray, End Dawsey Hemby, Guard Maylon Eldridge, Halfback
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Charles Carroll, End S. W. Kirkland, End Billy Hawkins, Fullback
Billyjoe Merritt, Halfback Robert Smith, End Tindell, Halfback
Jimmy Ned Collins, Quarterback Ben Brackin, Halfback Larry Toole, End Eudon Calahan, Tackle
Patsy Peel, Lydianne Segrest, Jonnie Maude Harris,
Jeanette Arrington, Martha Ann Sheffield, Jackie
Jonnie Maude Harris, Martha Ann Sheffield.
Patsy Peel, Lydianne Segrest, Captain
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Coach Wayland Du Bose, Princess Susan Segrest, James Buttram, Co-captain Randall Hall, Mr. J. B. David-
son, Queen Nellie Metcalf, Co-captain Larry Newton, Maid Patricia Bailey, Coach David Snell.
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Billy Hawkins,
Jerry Dunnaway, Royce Vickers, Gene Keel,
and Myer Holloway. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO
RIGHT: Doyle Campbell, John Wayne Hicks,
Ben Brackens, and Coach Snell.
BACK ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Charles Under-
wood, S. W. Kirkland, Paul Hidle, Larry New-
ton, Wallace Williams. HOLDING BALLS, LEFT
TO RIGHT: Billy Joe Merrit and Cleburne Tew.
KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Billy Arnold,
Coach Dubose, and Marx Spivey.
DR. NEAL WILLIAMS, DENTIST
SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE
125 W. Main Street
Farm Store 205 South Oats Street
Use Sears Easy Pay-Satisfaction Guaranteed
ROLAND ICE AND COAL COMPANY
HARRISON EQUIPMENT COMPANY
For Better Farming-Farm with Farmall
WARD-WILSON FUNERAL HOME
BHHH UF GHHCEVIHE
Compliments of Compliments of
WILLIAMS SHOE SHOP SPANN HARDWARE COMPANY
Dothan Alabama Dothan Alabama
L. A. Carroll Harry L. Carroll
Slocomb, Alabama Mobile, Alabama
"Best Place in 47 States to Eat"
L. A. Carroll
Audits Taxes Slocomb Alabama
CATHERINE 'S BEAUTY SHOP
We Specialize In All Beauty Work
Cold Waves-Machine Permanents
Mrs. Sybil Roland, Owner
DOTHAN DRUG COMPANY
STRICKLAND MUSIC COMPANY
Fine New and Used Pianos
Dothan's Music Store
For Over 30 Years
J. J. NEWBERRY COMPANY
"Dothan's Largest and Most Complete
"Five and Ten Cent Store"
DEAL'S JUVENILE SHOP
For Young Ages
Huston Hotel Building
STANDARD WHEEL AND FRAME
Electronic Wheel Balancing
Bear Wheel Alignment
And Frame Straightening
NICK SAAD JEWELERS
Dothan's Exclusively Elgin Jeweler
Diamonds Are Our Business
Emmett Moss, Manager 120 South Oats 136 North Foster Street
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Sales And Service
HSHHNIHE SERVICE DRUG STUHE
HARRIS FURNITURE COMPANY CASH DRUG STORE
Headquarters for Lane Cedar Chests "Home of The Pin That Win"
Dothan Alabama Ted's Bile Chasers
To A Fine School
From a Fine Store
CHARCOAL STEAK HOUSE
Clothes For All The Family"
TINDEL-WAT FORD COMPANY
RCA Radios and Television
Thor Washing Machines
Armstrong Tiles and Floor Covers
Graceville , Florida
r. and Mrs. Huey Cox, Owners
Phone 3 5 78
SHEPPARD JEWELRY COMPANY
The Home of The Exclusive
We Guarantee Service
Courtesy and Satisfaction
121 North Foster Street
You'l1 Find Us
Ready and Anxious
To Serve You
When You Have Peanuts To Sell
When You Have A Need For
GHEEHIUUUD PHUDUCTS UUHIPHIIU
Dearborn Farm Equipment
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"Jackson'County's Oldest, Largest and Best"
Northwest Florida and Southeast Alabama
For Over 44 Years
CASH DRUG STORE
Girls Who Really Rate
Wear Cunning Connie
Sports and Dress Flats
They'll Find At
MARTINS SHOE STORE
"Say It With Music"
For Service or Machines
4-6580 3-2330 4-0085 Z-7026
Post Office Box 531
GRACEVILLE AUTO COMPANY
Gives It's Very Best
Mr. And Mrs. Charles C. Smith
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Fadette Gin And Feed Co. Smith Farms
Grand Theater Herald-Observer
Fertilizers Cotton Seed
Feed- -Seed- -Horses - -Mules - -Wagons
Slocomb Fadette Houston
SANDER'S BEAUTY SHOP
PEE TEE'S SUPER MARKET
HARTFORD FLOWER SHOP
Flowers For All Occasions
"The Place To Eat"
Bell Bass, Manager
MARIES BEAUTY SHOP
d Waves and Machine Permanents
All Permanents Guaranteed RINSON FURNITURE COMPANY
"Ready to Serve You"
New and Used Pianos
Complete Line of
The Graduates of Slocomb Hmgh School
SERREST IRERRRRTIEE IIURIPRRU
We sell everything and Appreciate Your
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THLSTHTE MUTUH BUMPHHU
Wiregrass Largest Selection New
And Clean Used Cars
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Corner South Oates and Crawford
BEST WISHES TO
Graduation Class of 1953
HUBEHT F. SMITH
Captain U. S. Air Force Retired
JUHES MUTUH CUMPHHU
Chevrolet and Cadillac
DOTHAN MOTOR COMPANY
118 North St. Andrews Street
JAMES AVER Y
SANITARY GROCERY AND MARKET
J. C. Sulivant, Owner
HEMBY DRY GOODS
Ready-to-wear-Shoes - Notions
BURDESHAW COLD STORAGE
Wholesalers of Beef and Pork
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Home Owned by
W. D. Barefield
REGISTER 'S STOCK YARD
Day Phone 3866
Night Phone 3572
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Hartford, Alabama Phone 16
"Owned by Those We Serve"
Save by Going Electric All the Way
Serving Electricity to Rural Homes in
Geneva, Houston, and Covington Counties
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Drugs and Fountain Service
"Your Rexall Store"
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Buyers and Sellers
Spanish and Runner Peanuts
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J. B. Davidson, Principal
Mrs. Ida Bell Phinney
Mrs. Glenn Buttram
Miss Celeste Foster
Mrs. David Snell
Coach Wayland DuBose
Mr. Joe Earl Sellers
Mrs. William T. Richards
Miss Norma Foster
Mrs. Charles Dalton
Mrs. Wilmer Watson
Coach David Snell
Mr. William T. Richards
Mrs. Trudy Ashcraft
Mrs. Frankie Whitt
Mr. Jeff Strickland
Mrs. Blennie Underwood
Mrs. Grant McArthur
Mrs. Myrtle Head
Mrs. A. Z.Wiggins
Mrs. Sadie Hixon
Mrs. Virgie McEntyre
Mrs. Sudie Whitt
Mrs. D.D. Stephens
Mrs. Rubye Collins
Mrs. Fairbie Sorrells
Mrs. Elma Cox
Miss Frances Smith
Mrs. Burnice Hornsby
PALMER'S of SLOCOMB
SLUUUWB BETH UlUB
Naomi Adkison, Treasurer
Sam Arnold, President
Jonnie Maude Bolin
Ge ralcline Culve rhous e
Bobbie Jean Justice
Nellie Metcalf, Vice Pres.
Lydianne Segrest, Secretary
Elaine Sorrells, Editor
Betty Jean Smith
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