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S E N I () R S
RITA MAE THOMPSON Motto: "|| yon w• miI«1 he !« v nI. love and l c lovable.'
Motto: "Live and learn, die ami forget it all. Hi-Y
JERRY TILLERY Motto: “The tongue is a wild beast—once let loose, it is hard to chain."
JACK BAILEY CRICK "If u tier"
Motto: “Look before you leap, for as you sow, ye are like to reap."
Morro: "Only the brave deserve the iair.”
DAVID R. WALKER "Litllf Spooney"
Motto: "Living for others.”
EDNA PEARL WALKER ". lin-lir Hell"
Morro: "To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.”
Y-Tcens. Drum Majorette, Newspaper Staff Annual—Second Staff
THOMAS HAROLD WALTHALL
Motto: “God Rive us courage to face that which we can not change. Strength to alter that which can Ik- changed and wisdom to know the difference.”
Dramatic Club, Hi-Y. Red Cross, Student Council, Newspaper Staff. Cheerleader Annual—Advertising, Second Staff
Motto: "He who loves his fellow men is loving God the holiest way lie can."
Monitors’ Club. Red Cross
JOAN ELIZABETH WEBSTER "Joauie"
MoTTCi: “If you smile, the world will smile with
Red Cross. Monitors' Club
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M RGARKT FAYE SORRELL "I:nye"
Motto: “If at first you don't succeed, try. try again."
Dramatic Club, Student Council, National Honor Society, Forum Club. Newspaper Staff
MARY KAYE SORRKI.I.
Motto: "Never too late to tread the path to honesty."
Library Club, Y-Teens. Future Business Leaders of America. Red Cross
EARL STARTLKY Motto: "Live and let live is the Rule of Common Justice."
SHIRLEY SW IN DALI..
Motto: "Never trust a man."
Library Club. Y-Teens. Red Cross. Future Business Leaders of America Mutual—Advertising
HOMER TAYLOR "Ke. r"
Motto: "A man's wisdom maketh bis face to shine."
’ JAMES TERRELL
Motto: "Justice shines by its own light.”
Future Teachers of America. Hi-Y, National Honor Society. Student Council Minual—Editor
FAYE TERRY HOl'SE “WoHdie"
Motto: "Do not rush for success so fast that you leave happiness behind."
Forum Club. Newspaper Staff, Red Cross Annual—Second Staff
BETTY SlTE TH CKER
Motto: "I want to get what I want when I want it. and want what I get after I get it."
Red Cross, Forum Club. Cheerleader. Monitors’
C AYXE THACKER "h'alsy"
Motto: "To get all I can and can all I get." Hi-Y
SUE THOMAS ' ( 'hubby"
.Motto: “Be a friend and you'll always have a friend."
Library Club, Monitors’ Club
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BETTY SUE WILSON
Motto: "No matter how muddy the water nay get, always come u| smiling."
JOE EARL WILSON
Motto: “Tlic man who goes through life hunting for a soft thing, can find it r ght under hi liat.”
IIERSCHEL YATES “Brock"
Motto: "What cannot ! • cured, must Ik- endured.”
Newspaper Staff. Library Club, Red Cross
JO ANNE YATES Motto: Take dictation from no man- unless you are his secretary.
Y-Tccns. Student Council, Forum Club, Red Cross
PATRICIA ANNE YE ACER
Motto: “It is ill loving—not in being loved—the heart s blessed; it is in giving—not in receiving gifts—we find our quest.”
National Honor Society. Future Teachers of America, I«atin Club. Monitors’ Club Annual -Second Staff. Writing .
TE fvjJsft A JDIX AL'VIS
Dramatic Club. Majorette. Y-Teens Annual—Second Staff
ROBERT S. ABNEY JAMES RICHARD DOBBINS ELTON HOLT
CLIVE EARL PASS
ROC.ER LONG HELEN MeGEHEE PAT McCINTY
G RADUA T I () N
Now the end is drawing near
Of all the things we treasured dear—
Happy hearts and carefree days.
Merry thoughts and childish ways. Passing notes, and chewing gum.
I’m afraid we seemed quite dumb!
Farewell to friends who brought us cheer Farewell to teachers treasured dear.
To studies seeming drear and dark.
To sports that seemed to hold a sjiark. Farewell, dear leader whom we love; When we lagged you gave a shove.
Today we embark on a tortuous path. Beset with heartaches, tears, and wrath. If we are strong and brave of heart.
And make the most of our snail part.
A part of something strong and free. Then Tarrant High School. Hail to thee’
—Virginia I). Gilmore
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