Treadwell High School - Eagle Yearbook (Memphis, TN)

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Charles Farris Military Georgia Feild History E. T. Fowler American History Ruth Franklin Mathematics Harold Fredericks Industrial Arts Rose Goldfarb Spanish Martha Hard: Vocal Music Ross Harton History Josephine Hughes American History Marcelle Hunsaker English Mildred James Sciences Ella Dale Jeter Mathematics Evelyn Jewell Sciences Alice Johnson Mathematics Eva Johnson Geography Sara Justis Art Frances Kennedy Mathematics X A "7 b' , .1 f f lf l ' LJ Gur Knowledge 011144 ,- Elementary School Faculty Mrs. Mildred Meeks Principal Elementary School Mrs. Irene Burgess Secretary First Row: Rubye Hamric, Evelyn Kilvington, Anne Reynolds, Augusta Young, Maurine Burns, Rana Applebaum, Leone Grammer CFirst Gradet. Second Row: Clara Wynne lThird Gradel, Marie Anthony, Helen Smith, Laura Graham, Hansford Milner KSecond Gradej. Third Row: Margaret Hayne lFirst Gradel, Nita Lowery, Mary Penick, Mildred Odom lSecond Gradel, Louise Howser, Jane Campbell, Virginia Phelan lThird Gradel. 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'El . ,fi 7 K H - .. best looking Mcxriorie Smith Frank Quinn Spotlighters most likely to succeed Jettie Bowen Frances Loving Mike Moyers vp.-Q A 2 most athletic Ann McGrew Bill Young 'L X Y TM ,4 ni' The Greatest Show on Earth THE ANNUAL KICK-OFF! eod and Eoine, iss ug- fuzz, Heody Hoppe Mary Corbett, and D Raggelini Cheerleaders imitate enthusiasm shown by students at the football games. Treadwell is visited by famed RUBINOFF and his violin! 4 W' i . 5 -, iqrii' I WL" Lucas Jim espondent Cor' War ,j I sf s QueSt'On our ers AHSW 'ax Jerry asks ffI'Sf qUSSffOl7. Our Celebrities-Edward Meemon, Edifor Memphis Press-Scimircr Jim lucas speaks, Jim Lucas, War Correspondent, Ernesr BQIL Superinfendenf of C' Schools, Chofkfy sthheider, Promotion Director, and our Principal, W L Moybry, -wiih Sfudqnf Governn-len! Officers. fe . House' Smith' Ned- Monfoe' to be S8 dford' Qdy I Brill it re r Rea' Leecmd Noble II Wimket'n cole powe ' Templeo ' Jar-neSf kgiw X of the Prom' 'K Treadwell on Parade l , 1 4 I v Armistice Day X A fif..f-:I Blind Game 'iff' N .91 X E " i see o ff Spirit of Christmas Now hear this! And he's a jolly good fellow! I These Are They Who Rule First Row Johnny Caldwell Ernest Lee Joe Adams Alvin McDaniel George Hardesty Jim Anderson Donald Green Fred Barrow Bob McDaniel Jimmy Moss Pat Flaherty Jimmy Bogle Second Row Horace Blackman LeRoy Atchley Bob Atkinson Myra Jones Jeanette Kellum Shirley McLaurine Ruth Houpt Mary Alice Kummerer A Carolyn Ruleman lb Marjorie Smith I Jettie Bowen, President Vera Rea, Social Chairman Billy Young, Secretary Warner Las- ter, Vice-President Ernest Lee, Treasurer Joe Weeks, Social Chairman Wm 1,01 Donna Ruth Sellars Third Row Shirley Spain Beverly Gutliph Jean King June King Joyce Goebel Barbara Singleton Elaine Patterson Shirley Hunt twenty Millard Tapp Tree Bill Ingram Bobby Owen Robert Templeton Jimmy Cathey Walter George Johnny Moore Robert Whaley George Moore Robert Henry Billy Derryberry Jimmy Owen Jettie Bowen Roy Eliff Earl Raymond Eddie Morton Teddy Campbell dwell Seniors JOE ADAMS - Major: Shop. Minor: History, Art. Activities: Homeroom President 1: Twelve Year Club 4: NCO Sergeant 3: Pep Squad 1. JAMES ANDERSON - Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Shop. Activities: Twelve Year Club 4: ROTC Captain 4: Rifle Team 3,4: Firing Squad 3: NCO Ser- geant 3: Hi-Y Club 3. JEANNETTE ANDERSON - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: History, Mathe- matics. Activities: Science Club 3. AUTREY ARMOUR - Major: History. Minor: Home Economics, Commercial Studies. Activities: Future Homemakers of Amer- ica 4. BARBARA ARMSTRONG - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Mathe- matics, Social Studies. Activities: Yearbook Staff 4: Twelve Year Club 4: Red Cross Representative 2: Football Maid 1: Prayer Meeting Group 3,4. LE ROY ATCHLEY - Major: Music. Minor: Mathematics, History. Activities: Monitor 2: Eagle Staff 3,4: Yearbook Staff Photographer 4: Twelve Year Club 4: Red Cross 1,2,3, Representative 1: Rifle Team 2: Firing Squad 3: NCO Sergeant 3: Library Staff 1: Pep Squad 1: Hi-Y Club 2,3: Debate Team 4: Dramatic Club 3,4: Prayer Meeting Group 1,3,4: Latin Club 1: Science Club 4: Band 1,2,3: Key Club 4. BOB ATKINSON - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Social Studies. Activities: Twelve Year Club 4: NCO Ser- geant 3: Football 1,3,4: Track 2,3,4: Boys' T Club 1,3,4: Hi-Y Club 2,3,4: Science Club 4. JUANITA AUSTIN - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Music, Languages. Activities: Monitor 2: Library Staff 1: Basketball 1,2: Volleyball 1,2: Softball 1,2: Tri-Hi-Y Club 3: Spanish Club 2,3,4: Future Homemakers of America 2: Y-Teens 4: Senior Chorus 4: Glee Club 3. JEAN BARBER - Major: Social Studies. Minor: Commercial Studies, Home Economics. Activities: Monitor 2,3: Yearbook Staff 4: Homeroom President 1: Red Cross Representative 1: ROTC Sponsor 3: Office Staff 4: Cheerleader 1,2: Pep Squad 1: Track 2: Basketball 1,2: Volleyball 1,2: Softball 1,2: Tri-Hi-Y Club 3: Stenographers' Club 3,4: Future Homemakers of America 2,3: Junior Honor Society 1. BETTIE BARNES - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Mathematics. Activities: Yearbook Staff 4: Library Staff 1,2,3: Girls' Senior Chorus 2,3,4. ALLEN BARNHARDT - Major: Science. Minor: Social Studies, Latin. Activities: SAB 2,4: Assistant Yearbook Editor 4: Honor Society 3,4: Red Cross 3: Boys' City Representative 3: Prayer Meeting Group, Assistant Chairman 4: Latin Club 1,2, Treasurer 2: Science Club 3,4: Southern Chemical Society 3: Social Science Society 4: Biology Club 2: Junior Honor Society 1: ROTC Sergeant 3. FRED BARROW - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, History. Activities: Homeroom Vice-President 2,4, Treasurer 1,3: Twelve Year Club 4: NCO Sergeant 3: Pep Squad 1,2,3,4: Hi-Y Basketball 3,4: Baseball 3,4: Hi-Y Club 3,4: Prayer Meeting Group 3. CHARLENE BEARD - Major: Science. Minor: Spanish, Home Economics. Activities: Twelve Year Club 4: Red Cross 1: Cheerleader 3,4: Basketball 1,2: Volleyball 1,2: Softball 1,2: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Social Chairman 4: Future Homemakers of America 2: Science Club 3. BOB BERRY - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Shop. Activities: Home- room Vice-President 1: NCO Sergeant 3. MARY BERRYHILL-Major: Art. Minor: Latin, Algebra. Activities: SAB 1,2, Monitor 1: Red Cross 1: Pep Squad 1: Basketball 1,2: Volleyball 1,2: Softball 1,2: Latin Club 1,2: Social Studies Club 3: Homeroom Social Chairman 1,2: Y- Teens 2. HORACE BLACKMAN -Major: Shop. Minor: Music, History. Activities: Homeroom President 3,3 Vice-President 4: NCO Sergeant 2. JAMES BOGLE-- Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Activities: Monitor 4: Twelve Year Club 4: NCO Corporal 3: Track 1: Spanish Club 2. ROBERTA BOONE - Major: Home Economics. Minor: History, Commercial Studies. Activities: Senior Chorus 3,4. JETTIE BOWEN - Major: Mathe- matics. Minor: Latin, Science. Activities: Senior Class President: Homeroom President 2,3: Twelve Year Club 4: ROTC Captain: NCO Sergeant 3: NCO Club Secretary 3: Football 1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,2,3,4: Baseball 1,2,3,4: Key Club Vice-President 4, Treasurer 3: Science Club 3,4. GLENDA BRADFORD - Major: Science. Minor: Spanish, Algebra. Activities: SAB 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Junior Class Vice-President: Homeroom Vice-President 2, Secretary 1: Honor Society 4: Red Cross 1: ROTC Sponsor 4: Girls' City Representative 3: Football Queen 1: Basketball 1,2: Volleyball 1,2: Softball 1,2: Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3: Secretary 4: Spanish Club 2,3: Science Club 3: Junior Honor Society 1: Monitor 1: Junior Tri-Hi-Y Vice-President 1: Cheerleader Captain 3: Co-Captain 4: Tri-Hi-Y Basketball 2. JIMMY BRADFORD - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics. Activities: Red Cross Representative 2, Rifle Team 2, NCO Sergeant 2, Science Club 4. JIMMIE BRANNON - Major: Science. Minor: Latin, Social Studies. Activities: SAB 3,4, Red Cross Representative 2, NCO 3, Latin Club l,2, Science Club 3,4. MARY ALICE BREWER - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Languages, History. Activities: Honor Society 3,4, Volleyball 2, Softball 2, Basketball 2, Latin Club 3, Junior Honor Society I. JOYCE BROOKS - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Music, Commercial Studies. Activities: Senior Chorus. ROYCE BROOKS 1 Major: History. Minor: Shop, Commercial Studies. Activities: NCO Corporal 3. CLAUDINE BROWN - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: History, Home Economics. Activities: Yearbook Staff Business Manager 4, Red Cross Vice- President 2, Representative 3, Office Staff 2,4, Library Staff l,2, Volleyball 'l,2, Softball 'l,2, Prayer Meeting Group 3,4, Stenographers' Club 4, Latin Club I, Future Homemakers of America 2,3,4, Vice-President 2. JAMES BROWN - Major: Shop. Minor: Mathematics, Science. Activities: NCO Corporal 2. SANDRA BRUCE - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Science. Activities: Yearbook Staff Assistant Editor 4, Homeroom Secretary 4, Library Staff 2, Volleyball 2, Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,4, Prayer Meeting Group 4, Stenographers' Club 4, Future Homemakers of America 2,3, Y-Teens 4. BERNICE BURCHAM - Major: History. Minor: Home Economics, Commercial Studies. Activities: Yearbook Staff 4, Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer 4, Red Cross Representative 2, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, Softball 2, Prayer Meet- ing Group 3, Stenographers' Club 4, Future Homemakers of America 2,3,4, Science Club 4. JOE BURGESS - Major: Science. Minor: Shop, Mathematics. Activities: Science Club 3,4. SHERRI BURK - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: History, Home Economics. Activities: Library Staff 3, Pep Squad 'l, Volleyball 2, Dramatic Club 4, Future Homemakers of America 'l,2, Glee Club 'l,3, Badminton 2. GRACE BUTLER - Major: Science. Minor: History, Speech. Activities: Eagle Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Dramatic Club 2,4, Future Homemakers of America 2,3,4, Science Club 3, Glee Club 3, Biology Club 2, Chorus 2,4. JAMES BYRD - Major: Shop. Minor: Science, Mathematics. Activities: Science Club 3. BOBBIE ANNE CALCOTE - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Home Economics, Commercial Studies. Activities: Red Cross Treasurer 2, Pep Squad 2, Volley- ball 1,2, Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, Prayer Meeting Group 3, Glee Club 1. JOHNNY CALDWELL - Major: History. Minor: Music, Mathematics. Activities: Monitor 2, Eagle Staff 4, Homeroom Treasurer l,2,3, Twelve Year Club 4, Red Cross Representative 2, NCO Sergeant 3, Manager Football 'I,2,3,4, Basketball 2,3,4, Baseball l,2, Track 'l,2, Boys' T Club 'l,2,3,4, Track 4, Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Boys' Chorus i,2,4, Senior Chorus 4, AUDREY CALVERT -- Major: History, Minor: Home Economics, Mathematics. Activities: Red Cross Representative 3, ROTC Sponsor 4, Office Staff 1, Future Homemakers of America 2. TEDDY CAMPBELL - Major: Science. Minor: Art, Spanish. Activities: Yearbook Staff 3,4, Homeroom Treasurer 2, Twelve Year Club 4, Red Cross 1,4, Library Staff 1, Pep Squad 1, Spanish Club 2,3, Science Club 3,4, Quill and Scroll 4, Biology Club 2, Social Science Club Secretary 4, Art Club 3,4, BARBARA CARSON - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Spanish, Social Studies. Activities: Yearbook Circulation Manager 4, Homeroom President 3, Red Cross Representative 4, Library Staff 2, Basketball 'l,2, Volleyball 'l,2, Softball 'l,2, Spanish Club 2,3,4, Future Homemakers of America 2,3,4, Reporter 3, Parliamentarian 4, Delegate to Nashville 3, Y-Teens 4, Chorus 4. JIMMY CATHEY - Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Activities: Twelve Year Club 4, NCO Sergeant 2, Spanish Club 2. LEROY CHAILLE - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Latin. Activities: Eagle Staff Sports Editor 4, Staff Member 2, ROTC Second Lieutenant 4, NCO Corporal 2, Golf 3,4, Latin Club l,2, Science Club 3,4, Quill and Scroll 4. RONNIE CLICK - Major: Shop. Minor: Art, Science. Activities: Art Club. MERNELL CLIMER - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: History, Home Eco- nomics. Activities: Stenographers' Club 45 Glee Club 3. LINDA COLE - Major: Science. Minor: Spanish, Algebra. Activities: SAB 25 Junior Class Treasurer5 Homeroom Sceretary 45 Twelve Year Club 45 Honor Society 3,4, Secretary 45 ROTC Sponsor 3,45 Football Maid 45 Cheerleader 2,3,45 Pep Squad 15 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Future Homemakers of America 25 Science Club 35 Junior Honor Society 15 Monitor 15 Girls' State Representative 35 Cheer- leader Co-Captain 35 Captain 45 Tri-Hi-Y Basketball 2. DORIS COLEMAN - Ma- jor: Commercial Studies. Minor: Home Economics, History. Activities: Yearbook Staff 45 Red Cross Representative 35 Basketball 1,2,35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Stenog- raphers' Club 45 Y-Teens 4. RICHARD COLLINS - Major: Shop. Minor: Music, History. Activities: Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,35 Track 1,2,3. JANETTE COLLISON - Major: Band. Minor: Latin, Algebra. Activities: SAB 3,45 Yearbook Staff 45 Honor Society 45 Prayer Meeting Group 45 Senior Service Scout 1,25 Latin Club 1,25 Glee Club 25 Band 1,2,3,45 Band Club 2,35 Band Merit Recorder 4. JERRY COOLIDGE - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Social Studies. Activities: SAB 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom Vice- President 15 Red Cross Representative 1,25 Rifle Team 25 NCO 35 Football 2,35 Basketball 2,35 Baseball 25 Track 15 Hi-Y Club 35 Prayer Meeting Group 25 Spanish Club 25 Social Science Club 4. REBA COX - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Social Studies, Typing. Activities: Honor Society 45 Stenograph- ers' Club 4. SHIRLEY COX-Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Alegbra, Home Economics. Activities: Honor Society 45 Stenographers' Club. JIMMIE CRANE-Major: Science. Minor: Shop, History. Activities: SAB 45 Red Cross Representative 2,35 ROTC Captain 45 Rifle Team 45 NCO Sergeant 35 Golf 1,2,3,45 Science Club 3,4, NAOMI CRITTENDON-Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Home Econo- mics, Music: Activities: Homeroom Secretary 35 Future Homemakers of America 35 Glee Club 1,25 Prayer Meeting Group 3,4. MAE DAVIDSON - Major: Social Studies. Minor: Art, Commercial Studies. Activities: Red Cross Representative 15 Library Staff 15 Glee Club 15 Monitor l. MAUREEN DAVIS - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Music. Activities: Red Crass 25 Pep Squad 25 Volleyball 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Latin Club 15 Glee Club 1,2. DOLLY DAWKINS - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Latin. Activities: Yearbook Staff 45 Honor Society 45 Red Cross Representative 35 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Latin Club 1,2, Secretary 25 Science Club 3,4, Secretary 4. JAMES DENNEN - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Shop, Science. Activities: Red Cross 35 ROTC First Lieutenant 45 Firing Squad 35 Officers and Sponsors Club 45 NCO Sergeant, Corporal 3. MINNIE JO DE PRIEST - Major: Mathe- matics. Minor: Latin,. Commercial Studies. Activities: Eagle Staff 45 Honor Society 45 Office Staff 1,2,45 Prayer Meeting Group 45 Latin Club 1,25 Glee Club 1,25 President Junior Home Economics Club 15 Junior Honor Society 15 Chorus 3,45 Monitor 1. BILl.Y DERRYBERRY - Major: Mathematics. Minor: latin, Science. Activities: Homeroom Secretary 25 Twelve Year Club 45 NCO Corporal 35 Track 1,3,45 Science Club 3,45 Cross Country 3,45 Key Club 4. LORETTA DICKSON - Major: History. Minor: Art, Commercial Studies. Ac- tivities: Monitor 15 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 25 Social Studies Club 4. CAIUS DODD - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Spanish. Activities: Spanish Club 3,45 Science Club 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Memphis Youth Concert Band 25 All West Tennessee Band 35 Wrestling 3,4, SHIRLEY DONNAHOE - Major: History. Minor: Latin, Algebra. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y Club 25 Future Homemakers of America 25 Glee Club 2. RICHARD DORAN - Major: History. Minor: Shop, Algebra. Activities: REX DORROUGH -- Major: Mathematics. Minor: Latin, Social Studies. Activities: Eagle Staff 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Honor Society 1: NCO Corporal 3: Latin Club 1. LEONARD DOSS - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Commercial Studies. Activities: Homeroom President 4: Red Cross 3: NCO Corporal 3: Science Club 3: Wrestling JOYCE DOYLE - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Latin Com- mercial Studies. Activities: ROTC Sponsor 2,4: Volleyball 1: Tri-Hi-Y Club 3: Prayer Meeting Group 1,2,3,4: Latin Club 1,2: Future Homemakers of America 2,3,4: Track 2. PAT DUGAN - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Mathematics, Home Economics. Activities: Basketball 1,2,3: Volleyball 1,2,3: Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,4: Future Homemakers of America 2: Glee Club 2: First Aid 3. PEGGY DUKE - Major: History. Minor: Commercial Studies, Spanish. Activi- ties: Monitor 3: Homeroom Secretary 3, Treasurer 3: Honor Society 4: Cheer- leader 3,4: Girls' T Club 2,3,4: Basketball 2: Volleyball 2: Softball 2: Tri- Hi-Y Club 3,4: Spanish Club 2,3, Secretary 3: Glee Club 3: Treasurer Girls' T Club 3. SHARON DUKE - Major: Art. Minor: Commercial Studies, Mathe- matics. Activities: Yearbook Staff 4: Homeroom Treasurer 1: Red Cross Representative 2: Library Staff 2: Office Staff 2: Stenographers' Club 4: Glee Club 1: Future Homemakers of America 1: Y-Teens 2. SHIRLEY DUN- AWAY - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Latin, Algebra. Activities: Yearbook Staff Member 4: Honor Society 4: Dramatic Club 4: Prayer Meeting Group 3,4: Latin Club 2. MARY JANE DUNCAN - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Music. Activities: Eagle Staff 4: Homeroom Vice-President 4: Pep Squad 1: Volleyball 1,2: Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,4: Latin Club 1: Glee Club 1,2. ROY ELIFF - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Social Studies, Shop. Activities: SAB 3,4: Year- book Staff 4: Twelve Year Club 4: ROTC Captain 4: NCO Sergeant 3: Track 3,4: Key Club 3,4: Science Club 3,4: Cross Country 3,4: Junior Honor Society 1. JO ANN FEINGOLD - Major: History. Minor: Commercial Studies, Speech. Activities: SAB 3,4: Eagle Staff 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Homeroom Vice-President 3, Secretary 4, Treasurer 2: Officers and Sponsors Club Sec- retary 4: Dramatic Club 3,4, Vice-President 4. LAMAR FIKE - Major: History. Minor: Science, Algebra. Activities: NCO 4. WILLIAM FLACK - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Latin. Activities: SAB 2,3,4: Eagle Staff 3, Editor 4: Honor Society 4: ROTC First Lieutenant 4: NCO Sergeant 3: Dramatic Club 4: Prayer Meeting Group 3,4: Latin Club 3: Key Club 4. PAT FLAHERTY 7 Major: History. Minor: Music, Shop. Activities: Homeroom Treasurer 2: Twelve Year Club 4: Red Cross Repre- sentative 4: NCO Corporal 2: Football 2,3: Glee Club 1,3,4: Boys' Chorus 2. GINGER FORD - Major: Band. Minor: Home Economics, Commercial Studies. Activities: Basketball 3: Volleyball 2: Softball 2: Prayer Meeting Group 1: Glee Club 2: Band 2: Majorette 1: Y-Teens 3: Future Homemakers of America 3. MAMIE FREEMAN - Major: Home Economics. Minor: History, Band. Activi- ties: Homeroom Secretary 4: Red Cross 3: Basketball 2,3,4: Volleyball 2,3,4: Softball 2,3,4: Tri-Hi-Y Club 4: Prayer Meeting Group 3: Future Homemakers of America 2,3,4: Glee Club 3: Band 3,4: Majorette 3,4: Y-Teens 3,4, Vice- President 4. RALPH FREEMAN - Major: Science. Minor: Latin, History. Ac- tivities: SAB 4: Homeroom Vice-President 2: ROTC Captain 4: NCO Sergeant 3: Golf 3,4: Hi-Y Club 3: Latin Club 1,2: Science Club 3,4: Wrestling 1,2,3,4. MARILYN GALLASPY - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Band, Commercial Studies. Activities: Eagle Staff 3,4: Yearbook Staff 4: Homeroom President 4: Red Cross Representative 3: Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,4: Majorette 3,4: Social Chair- man Tri-Hi-Y 4: President of Y-Teens 3,4. WALTER GEORGE - Major: History. Minor: Music, Shop. Activities: Homeroom Secretary 4: Twelve Year Club 4: NCO Sergeant 2: Manager Football 4: Football 2,3: Basketball 2: Track 4: Boys' T Club 3,4: Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4: Dramatic Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4: Prayer Meeting Group 4: Glee Club 2,3: Boys' Chorus 4. DAISY MAE GILL - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Algebra, Art. Ac- tivities: Twelve Year Club 4: Girls' T Club 3: Basketball l,2: Volleyball 1,2: Softball 1,2: Latin Club 3: Future Homemakers of America 2,3. JOYCE GOEBEL - Major: Music. Minor: Science, Speech. Activities: Red Cross Representative 1,25 Office Staff 25 Pep Squad 15 Girls' T Club 2,3,45 Basket- ball 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 1,2,35 Softball 1,2,35 Tri'Hi-Y Club 2,3,45 Dramatic Club 1,25 Glee Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y Sergeant at Arms 35 Homeroom Social Chairman 1,25 Track 25 Y-Teens 4. CAROLYN GRADY - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Spanish, Home Economics. Activities: Office Staff 45 Pep Squad 25 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Stenographers' Club 45 Spanish Club 2,35 Future Homemakers of America 25 Glee Club 3. DONALD GREEN - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Language. Activities: Homeroom President 25 Vice-President 1,3,45 Twelve Year Club 45 Baseball 25 Golf 1,3,45 Hi-Y Club 45 Spanish Club 2,35 Science Club 4. ROBERT GREGG - Major: Science. Minor: Languages, Shop. Activities: SAB 45 Chaplain 45 Circulation Manager 45 Homeroom Vice-President 45 Red Cross 35 ROTC Second Lieutenant 45 NCO Sergeant 25 Boys' City Representative 35 Hi-Y Club 3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 President 45 Science Club 3,45 Key Club 4. PEGGY GUESS - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Commercial Studies, History. Activities: Red Cross Representative 45 ROTC Captain 35 Library Staff 15 Basketball 25 Volleyball 2. BEVERLY GUTLIPH - Major: Science. Minor: Algebra, Music. Activities: Twelve Year Club 45 Red Cross 15 Track 25 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Senior Service Scout 45 Science Club 3,45 Senior Chorus 3,45 Girls Trio 4. JIMMY HADAWAY - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Activities: Yearbook Staff 45 Vice-President H4 tenant 45 Firing Squad 35 NCO Sergeant Club 3,45 Boys' Chorus 4. JERRY HAILEY Mathematics. Activities: Red Cross 45 ROTC Lieutenant Team 2,3,45 NCO Sergeant 35 Boys' City Representative 45 Pep 1 of 15 Latin Club 1,25 Spanish Club 3,45 Science Club 3,4. JOYCE HALL-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Science. Activities: Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom Secretary 3, Treasurer 3,45 Red Cross 15 ROTC Sponsor 3,45 Office Staff 1,35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,45 Dramatic Club5 Stenographers' Club 45 Future Homemakers of America 2,35 Science Club 3. JOHN HAMM-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Band, Social Studies. Activities: Twelve Year Club 45 Spanish Club 45 Band 1,2,3,45 All West Tennessee Band 1,3. GEORGE HARDESTY-Major: Shop. Minor: History, Science. Activities: Twelve Year Club 45 NCO Sergeant 35 Football 1,2,35 Baseball 15 Hi-Y Club 45 Senior Chorus 45 Social Studies Club 4. JOE HARDESTY - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Shop. Activities: NCO Corporal 35 Science Club 3,4. STANLEY HARRELL - Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Band. Activities: NCO Corporal 35 Pep Squad 15 Band 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3. JIMMY HATHORN -- Major: Mathematics. Minor: Languages, Commercial Studies. Activities: NCO Corporal5 Junior Honor Society 1. SUE HEIDEL+-Major: Science. Minor: Latin, Home Economics. Activities: Honor Society 3,45 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Latin Club 25 Future Homemakers of America 25 Science Club 3,45 Honor Society 1. JEANETTE HEINZ-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Social Studies. Activities: Red Cross Representative 35 Spanish Club 35 Science Club 3,45 Band 1,2,3,4. LOUIS HELTON - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Shop. Activities: Biology Club 15 Sergeant 1. ROBERT HENRY - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Music. Activities: Twelve Year Club 45 ROTC Second Lieutenant5 Rifle Team 25 NCO Corporal 35 Spanish Club 25 Boys' Chorus 25 Senior Chorus 3,4. JO ANN HERRON - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Music, Commercial Studies. Ac- tivities: Homeroom President 1,25 Red Cross 15 Pep Squad 15 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 25 Prayer Meeting Group 25 Stenographers' Club 45 Future Homemakers of America 2,45 Glee Club 1,25 Y-Teens 4. FRANK HILL - Major: Shop. Minor: History, Commercial Studies. Activities: Yearbook Staff Photographer 45 Track 35 Wrestling. JIMMY HODGES -- Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Spanish. Activities: Monitor 35 ROTC Second Lieutenant 45 NCO Sergeant 35 Pep Spuad 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Science Club 3,4. ALAN HOLT - Major: History. Minor: Speech, Mathematics, Activities: Homeroom Treasurer 15 Red Cross 25 NCO Corporal 25 Dramatic Club 25 Bays' Chorus 45 Speech Club 3. BEVERLY HOOKS - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Home Economics, Commercial Studies. Activities: Future Homemakers of America 2,3. RUTH HOUPT - Ma- jor: Band, Commercial Studies. Minor: Home Economics, Algebra. Activities: Homeroom Secretary 15 Twelve Year Club 45 Future Homemakers of America 2,35 Band Club 1,25 All West Tennessee Band 2,3. BARBARA HOUSE - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Speech, Home Economics. Activities: Monitor 45 Homeroom President 1, Vice President 4, Secretary 25 Red Cross 35 Office Staff 3,45 Dramatic Club 35 Stenographers' Club 45 Latin Club 1, LARRY HOUSE - Major: Science. Minor: Shop, Mathematics. Activities: Homeroom President 2,35 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y Club 3,4. SHIRLEY HUNT - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Commercial Arts, Music. Activities: SAB 35 Monitor 25 Homeroom Social Chairman 45 Twelve Year Club 45 Red Cross 15 Office Staff 35 Pep Squad 3,45 Basket- ball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,35 Future Homemakers of America 2,3,45 Eagle Reporter 25 Glee Club 2,3,45 Y-Teens 4, ROBERT HYDE - Major: Social Studies. Minor Science, Shop. Activities: Homeroom Vice-President 35 NCO Sergeant 35 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 15 Bays' T Club 1,2,3,4. BILL INGRAM - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Shop. Activities: Homeroom President 1,2,45 Twelve Year Club 45 Red Cross Rep- resentative 1,25 Non-Commissioned Club 35 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y Club 2. ALVIN IVERSON - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Shop, Science. Activities: Homeroom Vice-President 15 NCO Sergeant 2, President 25 Track Manager 45 Track 45 Swimming 1,2,35 Hi-Y Club 2,3,45 Prayer Meeting Group 1,2,3,45 Science Club 3. PEGGY JACQUES - Major: History. Minor: Home Economics, Music. Activities: Senior Chorus 4. SHIRLEY JAGGARS-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Music. Activities: Prayer Meeting Group 45 Glee Club 3,45 Future Homemakers of America 2. BARBARA JOHNSON -Major: Mathematics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Home Economics. Activities: Office Staff 25 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Latin Club 15 Future Homemakers of America 2,35 Junior Honor Society 15 Track 2. JAMES JOHNSON -Major: Social Science, Minor: Mathematics, Science. Activities: Monitor 3,45 Science Club 4. JIM JOHNSON - Major: Science. Minor: Commercial Studies, Shop. Activi- ties: Science Club 3. DOROTHY ANN JONES - Major: Science. Minor: Home Economics, History. Activities: Science Club 3,45 Y-Teens 4. MYRA GLENN JONES - Major: History. Minor: Music, Spanish. Activities: Eagle Staff 4, Excharige Editor 45 Twelve Year Club 45 Volleyball 25 Prayer Meeting Group 3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Glee Club 1,35 Quill and Scroll 45 Senior Chorus 4. JANETTE KELLUM - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: History, Home Eco- nomics. Activities: Twelve Year Club 45 Prayer Meeting Group 3,4. JAMES KENNEDY - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Social Studies, Science. Activities: Monitor 45 Homeroom Vice-President 25 Red Cross 1, Representative 15 Track 3,4. ESTHER KING - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Speech, History. Ac- tivities: Basketball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Dramatic Club 45 Future Homemakers of America 4. JEAN KING - Major: History. Minor: Home Economics, Commercial Studies. Activities: Homeroom President 25 Twelve Year Club 45 Red Cross 15 Bas- ketball 25 Volleyt' 25 Glee Club 1,4. JUNE KING - Major: History. Minor: Home Economics, Commercial Studies. Activities: Twelve Year Club 45 Red Cross 15 Basketball 25 Volleyball 35 Glee Club 1,4. JACQUELINE KIRK - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Span- ish. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Future Homemakers of America 25 Y-Teens 1,3,45 Vice-President 1. MARY ALICE KUMMERER - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, History. Activities: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 35 Twelve Year Club 45 Red Cross 45 Pep Squad 15 Future Homemakers of America 2,3,45 Science Club 3,4. MAXIE KUTZ - Major: Commercial Stu- dies. Minor: Home Economics, Music. Activities: Office Staff 15 Library Staff 15 Pep Squad 15 Dramatic Club 35 Prayer Meeting Group 35 Latin Club 15 Future Homemakers of America 2,35 Glee Club 2,3,45 Band 15 Y-Teens 2. BILLY LANDERS - Major: Science, Mathematics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Social Science. Activities: Monitor 3,45 Football 35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Bas- ketball 25 Track 35 Science Club 3,45 Band 1. WARNER LASTER - Major: Music. Minor: Mathematics, History. Activities: Senior Class Vice-President 45 Homeroom President 2,45 Captain 45 Firing Squad 35 Officers and Sponsors Club Treasurer 45 NCO Sergeant 35 Track 2,3,45 Hi-Y Club 2,35 Band 1,2,3,45 All West Tennessee Band 1,2,35 All State Band 15 Band President 4, Treasurer 35 Key Club 4. JOAN LAWSON - Major: History. Minor: Spanish, Home Economics. Activities: Homeroom Secretary 15 Honor Society Chap- lain 45 Red Cross Vice-President 45 Library Staff 15 Pep Squad 15 Prayer Meeting Group 3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Future Homemakers of America 25 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Student Council 15 Girls' Trio and Girls' Quartet 2,3,45 Co-Sponsor of float in "Spirit of Christmas Parade" 4. ERNEST LEE - Major: Shop. Minor: Music, Social Studies. Activities: SAB 2,3, Monitor 2,35 Senior Class Treasurer5 Junior Class Social Chairman5 Homeroom President 1,3, Vice-President 25 Twelve Year Club 45 Red Cross Representative 15 Captain 45 Firing Squad 35 Officers and Sponsors Club Vice-President 45 NCO Sergeant 25 Non-Commissioned Club Vice-President 25 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 15 Track 2,3,45 Hi-Y Club 2,3,45 Debate Team 25 Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,45 Wrestling Team 3. BILLY LIGON - Major: Mathe- matics. Minor: History, Commercial Studies, Shop. Activities: NCO Corpor- al 35 Boxing 45 Hi-Y Club 45 Wrestling 3,4. MARTHA LOGAN - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Languages, Home Economics. Activities: Home- room Vice-President 1,2,35 Basketball 15 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 15 Steno- graphers' Club 45 Latin Club 15 Spanish Club 25 Glee Club 15 Chorus 1. FRANCES LOVING - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Algebra, Spanish. Activities: Monitor 25 Yearbook Staff Associate Editor 45 Homeroom Vice- President 2, Secretary 1,4, Treasurer 35 Honor Society Vice-President 4, Member 3,45 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Prayer Meeting Group 15 Spanish Club 2,35 Junior Tri-Hi-Y President 15 Junior Honor Society Chaplain I5 Social Studies Club 4. MARGARET LOWERY - Major: Social Studies. Minor: Commercial Studies, Science. Activities: Eagle Staff 2,3,45 Red Cross Representative 1,25 Pep Squad 15 Basketball 15 Volleyball 15 Softball 15 Dramatic Club 45 French Club 3,45 Reporter 4. ROBERT LUSCHEN - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Latin. Activities: Monitor 25 Home- room Vice-President 15 Captain 45 NCO Sergeant 35 Library Staff 15 Base- ball Manager 15 Track 35 Swimming 15 Latin Club Treasurer 15 Science Club 3,4. GENE MAHARREY - Major: Band. Minor: Science, History. Activities: Monitor 25 Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom President 35 Track 2,3,45 Hi-Y Club 35 Prayer Meeting Group 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Assistant Drum Major 2,45 All West Tennessee Band 1,25 Cross Country 2,35 Secretary of Band 3, Social Chair' man 4. FAYE MARLAR - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Social Studies, Music. Activities: Homeroom President 1, Vice-President 1, Secretary 15 Girls' T Club 35 Basketball 25 Volleyball 25 Softball 25 Future Homemakers of America 45 Y-Teens 3,45 Senior Chorus 2,3,45 Secretary Club 3. WANDA MARTIN - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Mathema- tics. Activities: Eagle Business Manager 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom Vice- President 3, Secretary 15 Red Cross Vice-President 1, Representative 45 ROTC Sponsor 3,45 Library Staff 15 Pep Squad 15 Basketball 15 Volleyball 15 Softball 15 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Representative to Nashville 45 National For- ensic League 45 Dramatic Club Treasurer 3,45 Prayer Meeting Group 1,2,3,45 Future Homemakers of America 2,35 Glee Club 1,2,45 Popularity Queen 25 Miss Crime Prevention Representing Treadwell 35 Y-Teens 3,4, Treasurer 45 First Aid Room 1,2. HUGH MASON - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, History. Activities: Homeroom Treasurer 15 Latin Club 15 Glee Club 45 Boys' Chorus 4. ALVIN McDANIEL - Major5 Shop. Minor: Mathematics, History, Activities: Twelve Year Club 45 NCO Corporal 35 Baseball 2,45 Hi-Y Club 45 Senior Chorus 4. ROBERT McDANIEL - Major: Social Studies. Minor: Mathematics, Science. Activities: Red Cross Representative 25 NCO Sergeant 35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Hi-Y Club 2,3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Boys' Chorus 1,2,4. JANICE MCDONALD - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Social Studies, Home Economics. Activities: Eagle Staff 45 Homeroom Reporter 25 Pep Squad 15 Volleyball 25 Prayer Meeting Group 45 Future Homemakers of America 25 Y-Teens 3,4. EUNICE MCGREGOR - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Science, Home Economics. Activities: Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom Social Chairman 3, Treasurer 45 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Steno- graphers' Club 45 Future Homemakers of America 2,35 Senior Chorus 4. ANN McGREW"- Major: Social Studies. Minor: Speech, Science. Activities: Yearbook Staff Business Manager 45 Homeroom Secretary 3,4, Treasurer 3,45 Red Cross Representative 1,25 Cheerleader 3,45 Pep Squad 15 Girls' T Club 3,45 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Dra- matic Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 25 Prayer Meeting Group 2,35 Science Club 45 Glee Club 3,45 Princess in Cotton Carnival 19535 Senior Chorus 45 Miss Flame 1952. SHIRLEY MCLAURINE - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Science. Activities: SAB 35 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Future Homemakers of America 2,3,4. TOMMY McNATT - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Mechanical Drawing. Activities: Red Cross Representative 2, Member 45 Hi-Y Club 45 Band 1,2,35 Science Club 4. PAT McNEAL - Major: History. Minor: Spanish, Mathematics. Activities: Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom President 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 25 Red Cross Representative 25 Honary ROTC Second lieutenant 35 Officers and Sponsors Club Treasurer 35 Volleyball 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Science Club 35 Band 1,2,3,45 Neatest Sponsor 35 Band Secretary 4. ANN McNElLL - Major: History. Minor: Spanish, Commercial Studies. Ac- tivities: Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Prayer Meeting Group 45 Stenographers' Club 45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Future Homemakers of America 25 Y-Teens 2,3,45 4-H Club 1, Reporter 25 Social Science Club 4. MARGARET McTYIER - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Home Economics. Activities: Office Staff 35 Sci- ence Club 3,4. LARRY MILLER - Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Shop. Activities: Foot- ball 2,3,45 Track 3,45 Hi-Y Club 4. LEE MILLER - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Spanish. Activities: Spanish Club 1,25 Science Club 3,4. GEORGE MOORE - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Shop, History. Activities: Eagle Staff 25 Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom President 1,2, Secretary 35 Twelve Year Club 45 ROTC Second Lieutenant 45 Rifle Team 3,45 Firing Squad 35 NCO Ser- geant 35 Library Staff 15 Cheerleader 3,45 Track 35 Hi-Y Club 2,3,45 Prayer Meeting Group 3,45 Spanish Club 35 Science Club 3,4. JOHNNY MOORE - Major: Mathematics. Minor Science, Commercial Stu- dies. Activities: Twelve Year Club 45 NCO Corporal 25 Spanish Club 2. WANDA MOORE - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Algebra, History. Ac- tivities: SAB Treasurer 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom President 1,25 Honor Society 45 Red Cross Representative 1,25 Pep Squad 15 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Future Homemakers of America 2,3,4, President 4, Vice-President 25 Junior Honor Society Treasurer 15 Junior Co-President SAB 15 FHA Delegate to Martin 45 Degree Chairman for City FHA Council 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. EDDIE MORTON - Major: Science. Minor Social Science, Latin. Activities: Homeroom Vice-President 45 NCO Corporal 35 Science Club 3,45 Key Club 4. JIMMY MOSS - Major: Shop. Minor: Science, Social Studies. Activities: Twelve Year Club 45 Red Cross Representative 15 Rifle Team 25 NCO Sergeant 25 Hi-Y Club 2,35 Prayer Meeting Group 35 Boys' Chorus 2. WILLIAM MOSS - Major: Science. Minor: History, Mathematics. Activities: Science Club 3,4. WALTER MOYERS -- Major: Science. Minor: Spanish, History. Activities: SAB 2,3,45 Honor Society 45 ROTC Lieutenant Colonel 45 NCO Sergeant 35 Non- Commissioned Club President 35 Cheerleader 45 Hi-Y Club 35 Key Club 3,45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Science Club 3,45 Junior Honor Society 15 Color Guard 3. HAROLD MYERS - Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Science. Activities: NCO Sergeant 25 Football 15 Basketball 15 Baseball 15 Hi-Y Club 3,4. NA- DINE NAQUIN - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Commercial Studies, Math- ematics. Activities: Homeroom Vice-President 2, Treasurer 15 Football Maid 15 Pep Squad 1,25 Future Homemakers of America 2,3, Secretary 25 Sci- ence Club 35 Handicraft Club 1,25 Senior Chorus 45 Choral Club 2. JAC- QUELINE NEFF - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Spanish. Activities: Eagle Staff 2,35 Honor Society 45 Red Cross Hospital Service 35 Prayer Meeting Group 45 Spanish Club 3,45 Science Club 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3,4. JO ANN NOE - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Social Studies, Music. Ac- tivities: Red Cross 17 Basketball 27 Volleyball 17 Softball 27 Future Homemakers of America 27 Band 1. DARIUS OLHAUSEN - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Commercial Studies. Activities: Basketball 1,27 Volleyball 1,27 Soft- ball 1,27 Latin Club 1,27 Spanish Club 17 Future Homemakers of America 2. BOBBY OWEN - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science. Activities: Monitor7 Homeroom President 37 Twelve Year Club 47 Red Cross 47 NCO Sergeant 37 Baseball 2,37 Hi-Y Club 3,47 Key Club 3,47 Prayer Meeting Group 3,47 Jun- ior Honor Society 1. JIMMY OWEN - Major: Mathematics. Minor Art, Shop. Ac- tivities: Twelve Year Club 4. JUANITA OWEN - Major: History. Minor: Latin, Mathematics. Activities: Red Cross 17 Volleyball 17 Dramatic Club 17 Latin Club 1,27 Future Homemakers of America 17 Glee Club 2,3,4. T. A. PARKS - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Social Studies. Activities: Boxing 2,37 Hi-Y 1,2,37 Future Farmers of America 1,2,3, Treasurer 3. ELAINE PATTERSON - Major: Science. Minor: History, Commercial Studies. Activities: Yearbook Staff 47 Twelve Year Club 47 Pep Squad 17 Basketball 1,27 Vollevball 1,27 Science Club 37 Glee Club 3,47 Tri-Hi-Y Sergeant at Arms 37 Homeroom Social Chairman 47 Track 1,27 Y-Teens 47 Softball 1,27 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,47 Dramatic Club 1,2. BARBARA PENNINGTON - Major: Com- mercial Studies. Minor: Social Studies, Mathematics. Activities: Homeroom Vice-President 17 Red Cross Representative 1,2,47 Pep Squad 27 Volleyball 27 Softball 37 Glee Club 17 4-H Club 37 Y-Teens 37 Senior Chorus 4. ELVORIE PERRY - Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Latin. Activities: Science Club 3,4. HARRY PHILLIPS - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Social Studies, Music. Activities: Track 27 Hi-Y Club 3,47 Debate Team 3j Prayer Meeting Group 4. BETTY PIERCE - Major: Social Science. Minor: Commercial Studies, History. Activities: Basketball 1,27 Volleyball 1.2. PETE POWELL - Major: Social Studies. Minor: Music, Science. Activities: SAB 27 Eagle Staff 47 Homeroom President 1, Vice-President 47 Red Cross 1,2,37 Rifle Team 37 Firing Squad 37 NCO Sergeant 27 Football l,2,3,4j Baseball 17 Hi-Y Club 2,3,47 Prayer Meeting Group 1,2,3,47 Glee Club 1,2,47 Boys' Chorus 27 Wrestling 4. JOAN PRAGER - Major: Science. Minor: Latin, Math- ematics. Activities: Science Club 2,3. CONNIE PRINCE - Major: Science. Minor: Latin, Commercial Studies. Activities: Latin Club 1,27 Science Club 3,47 Junior Honor Society 1. JEWEL PRUETT - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Commercial Studies, History. Activities: Red Cross 3,47 NCO Corporal 3. ELIZABETH PYRON - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Social Studies, Commercial Studies. Activities: Basketball 1, Manager 17 Volleyball 2,47 Softball 17 Prayer Meeting Group 3,47 Future Homemakers of America 2,3. FRANK QUINN - Major: Science. Minor: Math- ematics, History. Activities: Red Cross 1,27 NCO Sergeant 27 Basketball Manager 47 Football 1,2,3,4f Baseball 2,37 Track 47 Swimming 47 Boys' T Club 3,47 Hi-Y Club 3,47 Prayer Meeting Group 3,47 Science Club 37 Glee Club 3,47 Boys' Chorus 47 Wrestling 3,4. LARRY RAGGIO - Major: Shop. Minor: Mathematics, Social Studies. Activi- ties: Monitor 47 Yearbook Staff 47 Homeroom Vice-President 2, Treasurer 17 Rifle Team 27 NCO Sergeant 37 Football 2,37 Hi-Y Club 2,3,47 Latin Club Secretary 1. GRACE RANDLE - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, History. Activities: Praver Meeting Group 3,4. EDMOND RANDOLPH - Major: Mothe- matics. Minor: Shop, Science. Activities: NCO Sergeant 37 Football 1,2,3,47 Baseball 1,2,3,47 Track 47 Hi-Y Club 2,3,4i Football Captain 47 Wrestling 4. EARL RAYMOND - Major: Shop. Minor: History, Commercial Studies. Ac- tivities: Monitor 15 Twelve Year Club 45 NCO Sergeant 25 Boxing 2,45 Track 45 Wrestling 4. VERA REA - Major: Social Studies. Minor: Art, Commercial Studies. Activities: SAB 45 Senior Class Social Chairman5 Junior Class Social Chairman5 Homeroom Vice-President 1, Secretary 2,35 Honary ROTC Captain 45 Vice-President Officers and Sponsors Club 45 Sponsor 45 Cheerleader 2,35 Honorary Cheerleader 45 Track 25 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Dramatic Club 1,25 Stenographers' Club 3,45 Spanish Club Treasurer 3. JEAN REED - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Mathe- matics, Home Economics. Activities: Basketball 15 Volleyball 15 Softball 15 Stenographers' Club 45 Glee Club 1. WILLIAM REEDER - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Band, Shop. Activities: Home- room President 45 NCO Corporal 25 Track 2,3,45 Hi-Y Club 2,35 Spanish Club 25 Band 1,2,3,45 Cross Country 2,35 Vice-President Band 4. GERALD REEVES - Major: Shop. Minor: History, Music. Activities: Twelve Year Club 45 Rifle Team 35 Firing Squad 35 NCO Sergeant 25 Track 45 Golf 3,45 Hi-Y Club 3,45 Glee Club 3,45 Boys' Chorus 45 Wrestling 3,4. JERRY RICHARDSON - Major: Shop. Minor: Social Studies, Commercial Studies. Activities: Red Cross Representative 15 NCO Sergeant 35 Football 1. TOM RILEY - Major: History. Minor: Social Studies, Shop. Activities: NCO Corporal 3. JAMES ROACH - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Shop, Commercial Studies. Activities: Latin Club. BOBBIE ROBINSON - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Music, Home Economics. Activities: Red Cross Representative 15 Pep Squad 15 Track 15 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Steno- graphers' Club 45 Spanish Club 25 Future Homemakers of America 2,35 Glee Club 35 Senior Chorus. ELIZABETH RODGERS - Major: Science. Minor: Latin, Speech. Activities: Traffic Chief 45 Yearbook Staff Associate Editor 45 Homeroom President 25 Honor Society 3,45 Officers and Sponsors Club 3,45 Student Congress Rep- resentative 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, President 45 National Forensic League 2,45 Debate Team 1,25 Dra- matic Club 1,2,45 Latin Club 1,2, Secretary 15 Science Club 3,4, Secretary 35 Junior Tri-Hi-Y 15 Junior Honor Society 15 Honorary ROTC Second Lieutenant 35 Honorary ROTC Captain 4. ETTA LOU ROSS - Major: Music. Minor: Home Economics, Commercial Studies. Activities: Red Cross Representative 45 Glee Club 1,2,3,4. CAROLYN RULEMAN -- Major: Home Economics. Minor. Mathe- matics, Commercial Studies. Activities: Homeroom Secretary 2,4, Treasurer 35 Twelve Year Club 45 Red Cross Treasurer 15 Office Staff 2,35 Volleyball 15 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,45 Dramatic Club 4, Treasurer 15 Spanish Club Treasurer 45 Future Homemakers of America 2,3, Secretary 25 Y-Teens 45 Track 2. ALBERT RUSHTON - Major: Mathematics, Minor: Latin, Science, Activities: SAB 2,35 Homeroom President 2, Vice-President 15 Honor Society 45 Second Lieutenant 45 NCO Sergeant 35 Football 2,3,45 Baseball 1,25 Track 3,45 Hi-Y Club 35 Key Club 3,4, Secretary 45 Latin Club 1,25 Science Club 3,4, Treas. urer 45 Junior Honor Society 1. ROBERT RYAN - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Latin. Activities: Monitor 25 Homeroom Secretary 2, Treasurer 25 Red Cross Representative 15 NCO Sergeant 35 Manager Track 2,35 Pep Squad 15 Track 15 Latin Club 1,25 Spanish Club 45 Science Club 3. DON SAVAGE - Major: Social Studies. Minor: Mathematics, Art. Activities: Yearbook Staff 45 Red Cross Representative 35 Second Lieutenant 45 NCO Corporal 35 Non- Commissioned Club President 35 Latin Club 1,25 Spanish Club 35 Science Club 4. EUGENIA SCOTT - Major: Science. Minor: Languages, Music. Activities: Red Cross Representative 15 Office Staff 25 Pep Squad 15 Basketball 1,25 Volley- ball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 25 Stenographers' Club 45 Glee Club 1,25 First Aid Room 2,3,45 Y-Teens 3,45 Track 2. DONNA RUTH SELLARS - Major: Languages. Minor: Home Economics, Mathematics. Activities: SAB 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom Treasurer 45 Twelve Year Club 45 Honor Society 45 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Latin Club 1,25 Spanish Club 3,45 Future Homemakers of America 2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 15 Social Studies Club 4. ARLENE SHADDIX - Major: History. Minor: Algebra, Science. Activities: Fu- ture Homemakers of America 45 Social Science Club 4. MARYLYNN SHIVLEY - Major: History. Minor: Latin, Commercial Studies. Activities: Homeroom Secretary 3, Treasurer 35 Honor Society 45 Red Cross Representative 35 Stenographers' Club 4. WILLIAM A. SIDOWEY -- Major: Band. Minor: Social Studies, Shop. Activities: Boxing 45 Track 45 Golf 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 4. BARBARA SINGLETON - Major: History. Minor: Music, Spanish. Activities: SAB 4, Monitor 2: Eagle Staff Feature Editor 45 Twelve Year Club 45 Office Staff 25 Library Staff 2, President 45 Prayer Meeting Group 3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Glee Club 1,35 Quill and Scroll 45 Homeroom Reporter 4. EMMETT SINGLETON - Major: History. Minor: Commercial Studies, Mathe- matics. Activities: Basketball 1,2, Dramatic Club 4, Prayer Meeting Group 4, Band 1,2,3, Major 1, Mississippi All-State Band Contest 2. BOBBY SMITH - Major: Shop. Minor: Mathematics, Commercial Studies. Activities: NCO Sergeant 3. CAROLYN SMITH - Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Com- mercial Studies. Activities: Basketball 2,3, Future Homemakers of America 2, Secretary 2. ELINOR SMITH - Major: Science. Minor: Latin, Mathematics. Activities: SAB 4, Yearbook Staff Assistant Editor 4, Homeroom Secretary 2, Honor Society 4, Officers and Sponsors Club 2,3,4, President 3,4, ROTC' Sponsor 2,3,4, Office Staff 1,2, Basketball 1,2, Volleyball 1,2, Softball 1,2, Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Latin Club 1,2, Science Club 3, Sourthern Chemical So- ciety 3, Band 1,2,3,4, Drum Major 3,4, Memphis Youth Concert Band 1, All West Tennessee Band 1,3, Honorary Second Lieutenant 2, Honorary Lieutenant Colonel 3, Honorary Mayor 4, Highland Heights Tri-Hi-Y Queen 3, Best Drilled Sponsor 3, Lions Club Tennessee Band 1, Band Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Tri-Hi-Y Basketball 2, Junior Honor Society 1, Secretary 1, Jun- ior Tri-Hi-Y 1, Sponsor Drill Captain 3,4. FRED SMITH - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Latin, Social Studies. Activities: NCO Corporal 3, Baseball 4, Track 4, Hi-Y Club 3,4, Latin Club 2. MARJORIE SMITH - Major: Languages. Minor: Mathematics, Commercial Arts. Activities: SAB 4, President 4, Junior Class Secretary, Homeroom Treasurer 4, Twelve Year Club 4, Honor Society 4, Red Cross Representative 3, Boys' City Representative 3, library Staff 2, Football Queen 4, Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,4, Dramatic Club 4, Latin Club 1,2, Vice- President 1, Spanish Club 3,4, Vice-President 3,4, Glee Club 1, Y-Teens 4, Junior Honor Society 1, Track Queen 3. SHIRLEY SPAIN - Major: Science. Minor: History, Mathematics. Activities: Twelve Year Club, Basketball 1, Volleyball 1,2, Latin Club 1, Biology Club 2. BARBARA SPRINGER - Major: History. Minor: Algebra, Latin. Activities: SAB 2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Eagle Staff Business Manager 4, Member 2,3,4, Homeroom Secretary 2, Treasurer 2, Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Prayer Meeting Group 3,4, Latin Club 1,2, President 2, Future Homemakers of America 2,3,4, Treas- urer 4, Glee Club 2, Quill and Scroll 4, Chorus 1,2,3,4, 4-H Club 1,2, Sec- retary 2, Treasurer 2. AUDRE STICKNEY - Major: Science. Minor: Music, Com- mercial Studies. Activities: Red Cross 1,2, Aquatic Club 1,2, Stenographers' Club 2, Latin Club 2, Glee Club 1,2,3, Band 1, Senior Chorus 4, Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3. MILLARD TAPP - Major: Science. Minor: Latin, Social Studies. Activities: SAB 2, Eagle Staff 4, Homeroom President 1, Chaplain 4, Twelve Year Club 4, Honor Society President 4, Member 3,4, Red Cross 1, NCO Corporal 3, Boys' City Representative 3, Prayer Meeting Group 3, Chairman 4, Latin Club 1,2, President 2, Science Club 3,4, Social Science Society 4, Biology Club 2, Junior Honor Society 1, Key Club 4. ROBERT NEIL TEMPLETON - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Spanish, Science. Activities: SAB 2,4, President 4, Monitor 2, Junior Class President, Twelve Year Club 4, Red Cross 1, Rep- resentative 1, NCO Sergeant 3, Non-Commissioned Club Treasurer 3, Boys' State Representative 3, Football 1,2,3,4, Track 2,3,4, Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Treas- urer 3, Key Club 3,4, President 4, Science Club 3,4, Treasurer 3. JACQUE- LINE TOOMS - Major: Languages. Minor: Mathematics, Commercial Studies. Activities: Honor Society 1, Library Staff 3, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2,3, Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Biology Club 3. KELLY TOWNSEND -- Major: Band. Minor: Art, Shop. Activities: Red Cross 1, NCO Corporal 2, Football Manager 1, Football 1, Hi-Y Club 2, Band 4, Wrestling 3. ROBERT TOWNSEND - Major: Science. Minor: History, Math- ematics. Activities: NCO Sergeant 2, Baseball 3,4, Hi-Y Club 4, Spanish Club 2. CAROLYN TRACEY - Major: Science. Minor: Commercial Studies, Music. Activities: SAB 2,3, Homeroom Vice-President 2, Pep Squad 1, Basketball 1,2, Volleyball 1,2, Softball 1,2, Tri-Hi-Y Club 3.4, Prayer Meeting Group 1, Latin Club 1,2, Treasurer 1, Science Club 3. THELMA TRACY - Major: Science. Minor: Spanish, Commercial Studies. Ac- tivities: Eagle Staff 2,3,4, Make-Up Editor 4, Homeroom Secretary 1, Red Cross 2,3, Hospital Chairman 3, Prayer Meeting Group 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3, Science Club 3,4,.QuilI and Scroll 3,4, Senior Chorus 3,4. ROBERT TRUSS - Major: Science. Minor: History, Commercial Studies. Activities: Hi-Y Club 4, Science Club 3,4. BARBARA TUBBS - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: History, Music. Activities: Eagle Staff 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Homeroom Social Chairman 4, Basketball 1,2, Volleyball 1,2, Softball 1,2, Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,4, Stenographers' Club 4, Spanish Club 2, Y-Teens 1,4, Social Science 4, Sen- ior Chorus 4. JOHN VAN MIDDLESWORTH - Major: Shop. Minor: Music, Commercial Stu- dies. Activities: Homeroom President 1, Red Cross Representative 2, Reporter 2, NCO Sergeant 3, Football Manager 2,3, Football 1, Hi-Y Club 2, Glee Club 3,4. JOYCE VIA - Major: History. Minor: Home Economics, Commercial Studies. Activities: Red Cross 4, Pep Squad 1, Basketball 1,2, Volleyball 1,2,3, Glee Club 4, First Aid 3. REX WADDELL - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Language, Social Science. Activities: SAB Monitor 4, Firing 3, NCO Ser- geant 3, Hi-Y Club 2, Spanish Club 3,4, Science Club 3,4, Social Studies Club 4, Junior Honor Society Chaplain 1. JERRY WAKEFIELD - Major: Science. Minor: Music, Business. Activities: Second Lieutenant 45 NCO Sergeant 35 Boxing 45 Track 3,45 Swimming 1,25 Master Councilor of Demolay 1953. BETTY LOU WALKER - Major: Home Economics. Minor: Music, Commercial Studies. Activities: Senior Chorus 4. JEAN WALKER - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Algebra, Home Economics. Activities Junior Class Secretary 35 Homeroa .1 Secretary 1,35 Future Home- makers of America Secretary 35 Glee Club 2. JUANITA WATSON - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Language, Home Economics. Activities: Yearbook Staff 45 Office Staff 35 Latin Club 15 Spanish Club 25 Junior Tri-Hi-Y 1. DANIECE WATTS - Major: Science, Commercial Studies. Minor: Mathematics, Languages. Activities: Basketball 1,25 Volley- ball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Prayer Meeting Group 3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Spanish Club 15 Future Homem'akers of America 25 Science Club 3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Majorette 1. ARTHUR WAYMIRE - Major: Shop. Minor: Mathematics, Art. Activities: Hi-Y Club 1. JOE WEEKS - Major: Science. Minor: History, Shop. Activities: Senior Class Social Chairman5 Homeroom Secretary 25 NCO Sergeant 35 Football 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y Club 25 Science Club 3,4. SHELBY JEAN WEBBER - Major: Commercial Studies. Minor: Home Economics, Science. Activit'es: Year- book Circulation Manager 45 Homeroom Vice-President 45 Boys' C y Repre- sentative 35 Basketball 1,25 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Stenographers' Club 45 Future Homemakers of America 2,35 State Convention 35 Senior Chorus 4. KENNETH G. WESTRA - Major: Social Studies. Minor: Art, Mathematics. Activities: Second Lieutenant 45 Rifle Team 25 Firing Squad 35 NCO Ser- geant 35 Manager In Track 15 Glee Club 3,45 Boys' Chorus 2. GAYLE WEY - Major: Art. Minor: Algebra, Home Economics. Activities: gle Staff Art Editor 45 Yearbook Staff Art Editor 45 Homeroom Reporter 15 Cheerleader 15 Volleyball 25 Prayer Meeting Group 45 Future Homemakers of America 2,45 Majorette 15 Quill and Scroll 2,3,45 Art Club 1,25 Y-Teens 1,45 Senior Chorus 45 Glee Club 15 Social Studies Club 4. ROBERT WHALEY - Major: Science, Minor: Latin, Spanish. Activities: Twelve Year Club 45 Southern Chemical Society5 Junior American Chemical SOCiefy5 Honor Society 1. MARY HELEN WHITE - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Art, Commercial Stu- dies. Activities: Eagle Staff 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Honor Society 45 Basketball 15 Softball 15 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Prayer Meeting Group 3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Future Homemakers of America 15 Glee Club 15 Quill and Scroll 3,4. JOE WILLIAMS - Major: Shop. Minor: Science, Mathematics. Activities: Red Cross Vice-President 15 NCO Sergeant 35 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Basketball Man- ager 15 Boxing 45 Track 45 Boys' T Club 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y Club 2,3,45 Wrestling 3,4. ROBERT WILROY - Major: Shop, Minor: Algebra, History. Activities: Hi-Y Club 1. JIMMIE LEA WINCHESTER - Major: Science. Minor: Commercial Studies, Home Economics. Activities: ROTC Sponsor 25 Library Staff 1,25 Tri- Hi-Y Club 3,45 Stenographers' Club 4. FRANKLIN WINTKER - Major: Science. Minor: Algebra, Geometry. Activi- ties: Eagle Staff 25 Yearbook Editor 45 SAB 45 Homeroom President 2,3, Vice-President 35 ROTC Major 45 Rifle Team 2,3545 Firing Squad 35 Officers and Sponsors Club President 45 NCO Sergeant 35 Non-Commissioned Club Vice-President 35 Cheerleader 3,45 Swimming 1,25 Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Presi- dent 3, Vice-President 45 Dramatic Club 15 Spanish Club 25 Science Club 3,4, President 45 Shelby County Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y President. DOROTHY WOLFE -- Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, History. Activities: Basket- ball 1,25 Softball 1,25 4-H Club PresicIent5 Track. DON WOOD - Major: Science. Minor: Shop, Mathematics. Activities: Yearbook Staff 45 Twelve Year Club 45 First Lieutenant 45 NCO Sergeant 35 Hi-Y Club 2,35 Key Club 3,45 Science Club 3,4. WILLIAM YAGAR - Maiar: Shop. Minor: Social Studies, Music. Activities: NCO Sergeant 35 Wrestling 1,25 Spanish Club 2. BILLY YOUNG - Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Speech. Activities: Senior Class Secretary5 Home- room President 2,3,45 NCO Sergeant 25 Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Boxing 15 Track 45 Boys' T Club 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y Club 3, Presi- dent 45 Dramatic Club 2,35 Key Club 25 Prayer Meeting Group 45 Honor Society President 1. DOROTHY ZINCK - Major: Science. Minor: Music, Latin. Activities: Red Cross Representative 1,25 Office Staff 25 Library Staff 1,25 Pep Squad 1,2,3,45 Girls' T Club 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Stenographers' Club 45 Glee Club 1,25 Track 1,25 Y-Teens 3,45 First Aid Room 2,3,4. Five Years in the Future Returning to Memphis for the 'I959 Cotton Carnival, we catch glimpses of '54, scattered far and wide. While in California we saw PAT DUGAN, who plans to return home in the spring when she finishes her latest picture with FRANK CCLARKJ QUINN, produced and directed by the world famous ROBERT TEMPLETON and JIMMY HADAWAY. And would you ever believe JOHNNY CALD- WELL would be worth S40,000,000? Why, he is the biggest oil man in Texas! We saw HORACE BLACKMAN and WANDA MOORE, who are now married, in Oklahoma, where Horace owns his own filling station. Finally, we reach West Memphis and as we pass the Joy, the names on the bill-board BEVERLY HOOKS, JOYCE VIA, JEAN KING, JUNE KING, IACKIE CIRK, and ANN McNEIL flash before our eyes. Ah! Memphis at last. Passing by Ellis Auditorium, we near a commotion and rushing over to the crowd whom should we see but HARRY PHILIPS, GRACE RANDLE, SUE HEIDEL, JAMES BYRD, BILLY LIGON, JIMMY MOSS, DOLLY DAWKINS, ELROY CHAILLE and DARIUS OLHAUSEN. The center of attraction is GENE MAHARRE and his now famous band consisting of BILL SIDOWEY, CAIUS DODD, JOHN HAMM, BILL REEDER, KELLY TOWNSEND and LEROY ATCHLEY, starring WARNER LASTER with his trumpet from heaven and WALTER GEORGE, male vo- calist. Back to the car we chase, and drive to LEWIS HEL- TON'S, Memphis' newest hotel. LARRY MILLER all decked out in a black and gold uniform rushes to open the door. After registering with room clerk HAROLD MYERS, we are met by an array of bell boys, MILLARD TAPP, LEE MILLER, JEWEL PRUITT, ALLAN BARNHARDT, BOBBY LUSCHEN and ALVIN IVERSON, who rushed forward to take our luggage. Turning we see, standing in the doors of their elevators, ANN MCGREW, JOYCE HALL, WANDA MARTIN and CAROLYN TRACEY. Choosing Anne's elevator, we are whisked to the eleventh floor, only to come face to face with BARBARA CHOUSEJ and RICHARD COLLINS, now happily married. In our rooms at last we sink down into an easy chair and reach for the Commercial Appeal, now edited by BOB McDANIEL. In BILL FLACK'S column we learn that JIM ANDERSON has relieved General Ridgeway in Europe. With him are KEN WESTRA, JIMMY CRAIN, ROBERT HENRY, BAKER DENNEN, FRED BARROW, RALPH FREEMAN and JERRY HAILEY. Turning to the sports section, we see that JOE WEEKS has won the tenth series for the Yankees with the help of BILL INGRAM, BOBBY TOWNSEND AND BOBBY OWEN. Glancing through the society section, we read that JOYCE BROOKS, BARBARA JOHNSON, DOT JONES, ELVORIE PERRY, DAISY GILL and MARY ALICE BREWER are going to New York to enter the WAKEFIELD AND COOLIDGE Modeling School. After dinner we leave enmasse to take in the colorful midway. The first show we come to is the Freaks. A familiar voice falls on our ear. Why, it's EDMOND RAN- DOLPH, the barker. "Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, see the biggest little show on earth bringing before your very eyes LAMAR FIKE, the human skeleton and toddling along behind him you see ROBERT HYDE, smallest midget alive, BILLY MOORE, the sword swallower and lifting the unbelievable weight of 650 pounds in each hand you see ROBERT WHALEY, the worId's strongest man." Seeing MARYLYNN SHIVLEY, SHIRLEY JAGGERS, JIMMY LEA WINCHESTER and MAXIE KUTZ come out laughing, we buy a ticket from JOE WILLIAMS to see what this is all about! Next, we stop to see the Frolic's of '59 with the gala chorus consisting of LINDA COLE, GLENDA BRADFORD, ELIZABETH RODGERS, CHARLENE BEARD, PAT MCNEAL and ELINOR SMITH. Wait! We can't leave until we've seen the daring dance of the Nymphs done by MARILYN GAL- LASPY, MAMIE FREEMAN, JANICE MCDONALD, and JOAN LAWSON. Well, look who's sitting next to us with their hat over their faces JIMMY ROACH, DUCK GREEN, JIMMY BRADFORD and JIMMY OWEN. Strolling on down are midway, we spy VERA CREAI and ERNIE LEE with MARJORIE KSMITHI and LARRY HOUSE, the latter happily married. And look whose with them-Larry Jr., who is already starting at Sandra Bruce's Kindergarten. Standing and talking with our old friends, we accumulate an ear full of news. Can this be? Yes, JOYCE GOEBEL has sued BILL YOUNG for breach of promise. Wonder what this could be about! Hmmm! What's this? Looks like a fortune teller. Out of curi- osity, we slipped into the little red and white tent to dis- cover JEAN BARBER peering over her crystal ball. Waiting sheepishly to see what the future holds for them are BOB BERRY, JEANNETTE KELLUM, TEDDY CAMPBELL, BETTY BARNES, JOE BURGESS, BARBARA and EMMETT SINGLETON, ROBERT TRUSS and MYRA JONES. My Goodness! If it isn't JETTIE BOWEN and ALBERT RUSHTON. Seems as if they have been to a football game between PoDunk Jailbirds where BOB ATKINSON is coach, and The Whosiers where PETE POWELL is head coach. lncidently, Pete's team is made up of JAMES KENNEDY, JOHN MOORE, FRANK HILL, DON SAVAGE, JIMMY BRANNON, ARTHUR WAYMIRE, PAT FLAHERTY, JAMES BROWN, EDDIE MORTON, JIMMY CATHY and BOBBY SMITH. Continuing on down the midway, we hear a shrill scream-PEGGY DUKE has fallen off the merry-go-round. As DON WOOD and FRED SMITH carry her to the first aid tent, we spy the name, "DR." WILLIAM YAGER, above the tent flap. Glancing in we see GENIE SCOTT and DOROTHY ZINCK, now registered nurses with madman BUDDY WINTKER, the ambulance driver. th i rty-three It's almost time for the barge, so to Riverside Drive we take ourselves. Look, here it comes now! We can't quite tell who the king and queen are - Why, it's EARL RAYMOND and JEAN WALKER. As this spectacular barge, designed by GAYLE WEY, director of the Cotton Carnival Association, comes in sight, Mayor MIKE MOYERS de- livers his speech and turns the key to the city over to the King and Queen of Cotton. He also welcomes King Cotton's Ambassador, Maid FRANCES LOVING and her alternates DONNA SELLARS and MARY HELEN WHITE. Leaving the barge, we dash to Main Street to watch the parade. Standing next to us are RUTH HOUPT, MARY JANE DUNCAN, ESTER KING, MARY ALICE KUMMERER, JACKIE NEFF and ETTA LOU ROSS. As the parade comes into sight, we see many familiar faces among the boys in the Marine band - JOE ADAMS, REX WADDELL, LEON- ARD DOSS, JERRY RICHARDSON, T. A. PARKS, STANLEY HARRELL and JIM JOHNSON. Looks as if our class of '54 has taken over the Cotton Carnival. Whom should we see perched upon the Secret Society float but MARY BERRYHILL, BARBARA TUBBS, ROBERT WILROY, JIMMY BOGLE, BETTY PIERCE, AUDREY CALVERT and JIMMY HAWTHORNE. Mounted policemen JOE HARDESTY, REX DURROUGH, GERALD REEVES, ALAN HOLT, JAMES JOHNSON, ROYCE BROOKS and TOMMY MC NATT bring up the end of the parade. Leaving all the excitement, we start iooking for a place to eat. "RAGGIO'S SPAGHETTI HOUSE" seems the ideal spot. Here we find waiting on tables, -dressed in the perkiest caps and aprons ever, none other than JUANITA AUSTIN, BARBARA CARSON, BEVERLY GUTLIPH, LOR- ETTA DICKSON, SHIRLEY SPAIN and JOAN PRAGER. The place is crowded, and we work our way over to a near-by table and chat with SHIRLEY HUNT, the famous newspaper woman. She brings the good news that JIMMY CWatergunJ HODGES and HUGH "Pretty Boy" MASON, the funny book thieves, have been captured. Seated with her are FAYE MARLAR, SHIRLEY MC LAURINE and CONNIE PRINCE. Well, look whose here-fresh from victories in the Olympic games - ROY ELIFF, BILLY DERRYBERRY, TOM RILEY, BILLY LANDERS and ALVIN MC DANIEL with their manager-that lady of sports, BARBARA ARMSTRONG. After we have eaten and start to leave, we hear laughing voices at the corner table. Looking over, we see CAROLYN RULEMAN, who has iust returned from Africa where she has been hunting wild animals for ELAINE PATTERSON'S zoo. With her, we see members of her th irty-four safari - MARTHA LOGAN, GRACE BUTLER, JEAN REED, CAROLYN GRADY, SHIRLEY COX, PEGGY JAQUES and JACKIE TOOMS. Finally, we leave, and all exhausted we start for the hotel. On the way we stop to buy a paper from BOBBY RYAN. Stepping into the street, we were almost run over by MARGARET MC TYIER zooming by in a sharp yellow caddy. Back at the hotel we find a number of our old class- mates sitting in the lobby. JEANNETTE ANDERSON, AU- TREY ARMOUR, BARBARA PENNINGTON, NAOME CRITTENDON, MAE DAVIDSON and MAUREEN DAVIS have a fast game of "Old Maid" going. Over in the cor- ner we see GINGER FORD playing solitaire. Must be love again! Gathered around the television are SHIRLEY DONNA- HUE, JOYCE DOYLE, SHARON DUKE, SHIRLEY DUNA- WAY and JOAN FEINGOLD. The attraction on the screen is MINNIE JO DEPRIEST, who has iust won first place on ROBERT GREGG'S talent show. She won a trip to Europe by way of GEORGE HARDESTY'S airlines. As time passes, more of our old friends stroll in. This must be a night for former Treadwellites! Coming in all out of breath are DORIS COLEMAN, JEANETTE COLLI- SON, RICHARD DORAN, PEGGY GUESS, JEANNETTE HEINZ, BILL MOSS, RONNIE CLICK and DOROTHY WOLFE laughing and talking about Memphis' great Cotton Carnival. Music comes from the direction of the piano. Glancing over, we see JUANITA OWEN, MARY PYRON, BOBBIE ROBINSON, BARBARA SPRINGER, THEL- MA TRACY, BETTY WALKER and JUANITA WATSON ac- companied by DANICE WATTS. Very tired and sleepy, we drift off to our rooms. The next morning we are awakened very early by SHERI BURK, REBA COX, EUNICE MC GREGGOR, CLAUDINE BROWN and BOBBY ANN CALCOTE waiting to clean our rooms. After a hurried breakfast, which was brought to us by ROBERTA BOONE, we get ready to depart. All good things must come to an end, and as we ride down the elevator, we are ioined by SHELBY WEB- BER, BERNICE BERCHAM, JO ANN HERRON, MERNELL CLIMER, MARGARET LOWERY, NADINE NAQUIN, and JOAN NOE. Our car was brought to us by JOHN WAYNE VAN VIIDDLESWOARTH. Waving good-bye tolARLENE ISHADDIX, CAROLYN SMITH, AND AUDRE STICKNEY, we start our long iourney home. It's been fun. Glad we could get together, Class of '54. mm Q f L I 05" l:5lWilisI I If f X ml .Nw 5 lb K lggygi' W IU . A 5 X ww Homerooms Junior Class Officers Pat Campbell, Treasurer Peggy Slayton, Girls' Social Chairman Ina Winberry, Secretary Tommy Nichols, President Wayne Weaver, Vice-President Ronnie Smith, Boys' Social Chairman l 1-'l Mrs. Mary Alice Parker First Row: Diane Fowler, S.A.B., Wayne Weaver, S.A.B., Sonia Crenshaw, Vice- President, Gordon Patterson, President, Patricia Campbell, Treasurer, Robby Robinson, Secretary, SECOND ROW: Nancy Moore, Dixie Brewer, Virginia Lewis, Katherine Dennis, Barbara Baxter, Phyllis Krauss, Patricia Hilliard, Char- lotte Buzbee. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Gai- ther, Bobby Simpson, Jean Johnson, Barbara Miller, Carole Rodgers, Edna Dacus, Charles Eddlemon, Mrs. Parker FOURTH ROW: Leslie Sexton, Lacy Mc- Call, Carlisle Cook, Alan Lutz, Leslie Hicks, Bobby Freeman, Charles Fortune, Howard Minga, Morris Jones. 'l'l-2 Miss Elisebeth Phillips FIRST ROW: Elizabeth Richter-Secre- tary, Mary Bess Wray-Social Chair- man, George Nash-Chaplain, Marion McDaniel-President, Peggy Jo Shaw- Treasurer, Doris Ann Derryberry-Vice- President, SECOND ROW: Betty Oakley, Glenda Phillips, Jane Bowen, Helen Hudspeth, Ruth Cannon, Marilyn Trimble, Peggy Jones, THIRD ROW: Sylvia Gib- son, Claudia McMullen, Robert Biddle, Jimmy Fike, Barbara Rice, Mary Jack- son, Miss Phillips, FOURTH ROW: Jim- my Martin, Jimmy Walker, Thomas Oy- ler, Clay Calhoun, Keith Peske, Harvey Carr, Wayne Duncan, Eddie Hulbert, Bob Jamison, Mac Crawford. th irty-six i 1 ,sg 1 l I -3 Mrs. Margaret Buffaloe FIRST ROW: Sylvia Dorris, President, Jerry Rose, Treasurer, Tommy Nichols, Vice-President, Martha Neyman, Sec- retary, SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Dun- can, Phyllis Ball, Glenda Scott, Tinka Wilson, Marlene Cochran, Barbara Fer- guson, Mary Lou Barker, Jeanette Reyn- olds, Sandra Sager, THIRD ROW: Fos- ter Pound, Paul Scott, Taylor Strickland, Martha Little, Betty Raupp, Jackie Lewis, Jimmy Collins, Mrs. Buftaloe, FOURTH ROW: Bobby Welch, Joe Boals, Charles Springer, Granville Jones, Robert Jones, Alymar Slack, Bedford Byrd, Charles Hendren, Norman Guidry, Bobby Har- well. 'll-4 Mrs. Annie Ellis FIRST ROW: Charlene Joyner, Reporter, Milton Crain, President, Betty Hailey, Treasurer, Raymond Holmes, Vice-Pres- ident, Janet Lawson, SAB, SECOND ROW: Janice James, Elizabeth Thweatt, Ina Winberry, Ann Guess, Barbara Ful- ghum, Joyce Rye, Carolyn Thigpun, THIRD ROW: Frank Chambers, Jimmy Cross, Janice Powell, Suzan O'Rouke, Doris Olhausen, Wanda Schrock, Jeff Cotten, Mrs. Ellis, FOURTH ROW: Ar- thur Tatum, Roland Kail, Don Owens, Benny Ferguson, Bob Everett, Lawrence Hendricks, Walter Lewis. 'l 'I-5 Miss Margaret Tisdale FIRST ROW: Robert Watson, Chaplain, Catherine Barner, Chaplain, Mildred Brooks, Vice-President, John Sumner, President, Nancy Atkins, Secretary, Eleanor Gleason, Treasurer, Allen Brock, Reporter, SECOND ROW: Jo Ann Carter, Ruby .lo Bagwell, Clarice Peterson, Mine- va Pearson, Lila Netcher, Joyce Owen, Thelma Millwood, Barbara Smart, THIRD ROW: Don Wade, Paul Perry, Leanne Hostey, Mary Frances Doty, Ed- die Jean Bunkley, Minnia Berry, Lois Douglass, Henry Carson, Miss Tisdale, FOURTH ROW: Walter Emanuel, David Blackmarr, Bert Williams, Fred Winburn, Wesley Waddell, Don Wood, Gary Chandler, Robert Mason. thirty-seven 'II-6 Mrs. Marcell Hunsaker FIRST ROW: P. Malone, Red Cross, Gene Snipes, President, J. Jernigan, Vice Pres- ident, N. Simpson, Social Chairman, D. Heath, Social Chairman, SECOND ROW: N. Henry, G. Manns, V. Padgitt, C. Henderson, V. Blankenship, D. Johnson, S. Greenwall, THIRD ROW: R. McCam0n, C. Long, A. Nunnally, F. Grace, L. Marcus, J. Gilleatte, R. Barron, Mrs. Hunsaker, FOURTH ROW: G. Vansickle, H. Gafford, R. Cracker, J. Lowry, G. Wever, C. Jones, G. Nolen, B. Wilson, L. Wardlow, J. Mariencheck. 11-7 Mr. Young FIRST ROW: P. Slayton, Social Chair- man, J. House, S.A.B., R. Smith, Pres- ident, C. Goings, Secretary, N. Burch, Treasurer, SECOND ROW: S. Francis, M. Johnson, S. Sharp, M. A. Shain, J. Brooks, G. Webb, B. Manis, THIRD ROW: B. Arata, Jack Lyles, H. Few, J. Purdell, R. Barrom, T. Fossick, J. Kinney, Mr. Young, FOURTH ROW: C. Taylor, R. Horclage, D. Jacobs, D. Jacobs, J. McKinney, M. Wallis, J. Limbaugh. l 'I-8 Mrs. Rose Goldfarb FIRST ROW: M. Shaw, Red Cross Re- presentative, J. Crawford, President, G. Throckmorton, S.A.B., M. Hendren, Vice President, B. R. White, Secretary and Treasurer, SECOND ROW: K. Lunsford, M. Bagwell, J. Nunn, M. L. Mullins, F. Singleton, A. Jones, P. Coleman, M. Whitaker, A. Moore, THIRD ROW: F. Malone, J. Lankford, M. Lane, N. Miller, B. White, E. Duke, S. Miller, FOURTH ROW: B. Peacher, M. Woodall, G. Mar- tin, P. Madin, L. Pegrim, F. Hearn, B. G. Freeman. thirty-eight IO-I Miss Ruby King FIRST ROW: G. Frank, President, C. Adams, Reporter, K. Lafferty, Vice- nt P. Dacus, Treasurer, J. Social Chairman, C. Carter, Secretary, B. Moore, Social Chair- man, SECOND ROW: G. Horton, M. J. Jackson, M. L. Johnson, G. Town- send, S. Austin, B. Waddell, B. Compton, P. Smith, C. Graves, B. Blackmarr, J. Kinney, THIRD ROW: K. Rennicke, M. A. Nolen, B. Phillips, J. Allmon, F. Wolfe, P. Godwin, M. Mills, C. Charles, Miss King, FOURTH ROW: B. Jameson, D. Tompson, B. Burge, J. Winstanley, R. Nowell, L. Grant, B. Smith, R. Young, B. Cross. 'IO-2 Miss Myrtle Deaderick FIRST ROW: M. L. Douglass, B. Bonds, Treasurer, S. Black, Secretary, R. Sherman, Vice-President, P. Er- win, President, R. Wilson, N. J. Goodman, SECOND ROW: R. Als- brook, E. Cavender, P. Miller, B. Gibson, C. Hemphill, R. Hughes, C. Griffin, L Rushton, B. Haskell, D. Blakely, THIRD ROW: G. Morrow, J. Sanders, E. Proctor, J. Dodd, M. Pruett, A. Knight, A. Butler, B. Flet- cher, Miss Deaderick, FOURTH ROW: C. Gay, H. Daniels, H. Young, D. Smith, J. Raburn, J. Vogt, E. Wil- liams, J. Randle, H. Luschen, T. Cotten, B, Palmer. IO-3 Mr. Ross Horton FIRST ROW: M. Buffaloe, C. Carson B. Newhouse, Secretary, B. Agee President, P. McGrew, Vice-President Y. Moore, Treasurer, J. Graham, W Coleman, SECOND ROW: L. Jaggers J. Neal, B. Dunning, C. Shelton P. M. Moorehead, G. Oakley, S McDaniel, B. Reinhardt, M. Rein hardt, M. Reinhardt, T. Trammel THIRD ROW: J. Gilkey, D. Whitsitt J. Tucker, M. F. Cox, C. Godwin, S Evans, D. Brooks, N. Simmons, Mr Hartan, J. Woods, FOURTH ROW D. Williams, C. Hanser, J. Houston J. Hurt, R. West, K. McCormick, R Hesselbein, H, McFink, C. McGee M, Feezor, P. Myrick. thirty-nine 1 r r l0-4 Miss Frances Castlemun FIRST ROW: D. Smith, D. Morrison, S.A.B. Representative, P. Hunt, S.A.B. Representative, R. Hardin, President, M. Simerson, Vice-President, T. Steele, H. Weaks, Secretary and Treasurer, O. McMahon, SECOND ROW: J. Hornbeak, A. Gardner, B. Coker, D. Maclntosh, J. Johnson, D. Miller, L. Benjamin, S. Escue, B. Perry, THIRD ROW: B. J. Smith, E. McNatt, J. Groves, D. Atkins, K. Harrison, P. Peterson, P. Green, J. Harwell, Miss Castlemun, FOURTH ROW: D. Lockwood, G. Crawford, L. Rainey, G. Petty, J. Johnson, P. Bishop, P. Hall, J. Walker, C. Short, D. Sykes. 10-5 Mr. H. l. Fredericks FIRST ROW: J. Carter, T. Brown, A. J. Williams, Secretary, M. Roberts, Treasurer, S. Monroe, Vice-President, J. Gregg, President, S. Kelsall, SEC- OND ROW: H. Abraham, S. Smith, S. Shepard, D. Webber, B. J. Keelin, A. Klodzinski, S. Chapman, R. Flack, M. N. Applebury, F. Moss, N. Case, R. Bradley, THIRD ROW: J. Orr, L. Hakala, B. S. Atchley, G. Doty, N. Bryson, F. Jones, A. Garrison, S. Scobey, R. Harrington, Mr. Fred- ericks, FOURTH ROW: W. Wood, L. Richards, J. Maharrey, K. Bartee, J. Turner, R. Arnold, R. Morrow, D. Ruleman, P. Burnett, B. Odom. 10-6 Mrs. T. C. Pyron FIRST ROW: C. Kelly, Reporter, S. Gaskill, Treasurer, J. Avery, Pres- ident, M. Guy, Secretary, E. L. Hen- ley, Vice-President, J. Verner, Chap- lain, SECOND ROW: D. Coker, J. Miller, P. Dawkins, B. Smart, M. A. Crenshaw, C. McDaniels, B. Young, R. Thomas, G. Whitehorn, M. A. Hall, R. Ray, G. Martin, THIRD ROW: G. Franks, J. Parker, J. Rook, A. Logan, C. Richmond, J. Carson, J. Fleming, D. Cates, Mrs. Pyron, J. Carr. FOURTH ROW: D. Burns, D. Green, N. Givens, D. Turner, W. Wiggs, J. Hill, J. Rawdon, G. Horner, B. Drawbaugh, R. Allen, H. Bowling. forty Z? .C -Q: M' --. .. , C L7 elif? 10-7 Mrs. Virginia King FIRST ROW: J. McKelvy, M. Fitch, J. Dundas, J. McKee, D. Haire, P. Winn, SECOND ROW: B. Corner, S. Stuart, P. Campbell, A. Hall, A. Cox, J. Marcus, V. Bennett, J. Murray, P. Duke, A. Ragsdale, J, Barnett, THIRD ROW: N. Shively, V. Miller, J. Jen- kins, A. Stegall, L, Conyers, K, Bar- nett, B. Dawdson, F. Nall, J. Parker, N. Kirk, B. Ellis, Mrs. King, H. Brown, FOURTH ROW: L. Huffman, S. Love, P. Thomas, E. Carter, J. Lang, H. McCullough, H. Ireland, K. Goree, G. Owen. I0-8 Mr. E. T. Fowler FIRST ROW: C. Gaily, I. Wever, D. James, G. Hardesty, S. Evans, L. Durby, R. Moore, SECOND ROW: B. L. Malone, M. Barrom, B. Brough- ton, B. Leach, A. Hair, M. Boales, M. Servard, W. F. Frank, D. Nor- wood, D. Gill, THIRD ROW: L. Rayer, P. Cotten, B. J. Stewart, J. Sherrod, C. Parkinson, B. Cook, C. McDowell, D. William, M. Fowler, FOURTH ROW: E. Sumner, J. Graves, D. Martin, C. Underwood, C. Baker, R. Duncan, B. Kennedy, H. Presley, E. Pennington, Ralph Clark, R. Cun- ningham. 'IO-9 Mrs. John O. Hardiman FIRST ROW: J. Bagwell, A. Pratt, J. Cooley, J. Blalock, J. Vance, A. Dun- lap, M. Madison, SECOND ROW: A. Limbaugh, D. Nivans, J. A. Jor- dan, E. Puckett, M. Berryhill, C. Har- land, J. Dodson, H. Thweatt, J. Bishop, M. J. Turner, THIRD ROW: P. A. O'Daniel, M. Chambers, F. Snipes, W. James, R. Summers, A. Jones, D. Wilbanks, P. Barnett, B. A. King, Mrs. Hardiman, FOURTH ROW: D. Gonyaw, J. O'DanieI, G. King, E. Roy, J. Cox, C. Young, B. Hutchi- son, R. Voyles, S. Hass, B. Hill, R. Pittman, B. Eason, forty-one Boom! A class of Young's People Everyday WEIGHTY PRDBLEMS being discussed Solid Kids and Classroom Squares Grind English ln Action 1 Cold Shoulder! M KM ,W WhistIer's Kin Friends, Romans, and Countrymen ,K Can't draw a straight line with a ruler! This is work! Pass the Pliers 3:Sidkfi 1 1 ly f 1 N 5 NN f f 6X, , 3 XXX I Z1 H' X 1 9 ff' np V 'r', ' ij . ,Y 1 'Yin A 4 E ' 7 "f 'ggii"fi eg li v 4 . ' 'Ef i .L w "f4"x 7 ' Sf? E 'n f E 1 ll.lI l?Q li Q ' ' , . ,- -if 3 f- ,A ,L II , K1 -. -:gi 3 ,1 fl! ". -5 , il 1' 1 : ' I :' -. 23 Y- E5 f fl ri ' ' -fr- 1 1' nn H1 2 1 V iz "' - ' --- . . J, 3 5- g 1, , . 5' . 1 x Eagles Soar Hi h forty-slx 0490 Clockwise: Kitty Barner Peggy Duke Buddy Winfker Nancy Allzins Charlene Richmond George Moore Kay Rennicke Our Team eats Cl Spirit 40 0' 'oo Charlene Beard Mike Moyers Ann McGrew Barbara Baxier Jimmy Hadaway Cenfer: Linda Sue Cole Glenda Bradford 0 ' , Young ur Senior Stars l A..-Memp..iS w Randolph fy All-Memphis ki. A, 4 Weeks 'Y All-Memphs 1' Powell Lee Collins Bowen W' House L Miller Rushton X , Quinn Caldwell Manager 'V Hyde Y-ar Templeton Atkinson Trecadwell Treadwell Trecclwell Treczdwell Trecdwell Treodwell Trecdwell Treodwell The Big Five Coaches Ball, Farino, Smith, Lear, and Taylor I953 32 22 21 38 39 28 dl Treadwell Spanks Central ,Q 94 A Happy Prep Central .... -- Messick , - - - - East ..., Tech ..,. Humes - - Catholic ,-- -- C.B.C. ...... -- South Side -- -- Crowning Queen Mariorie F H ,- Q f-S 4 lv I. Ending .. 9. The Jugglers itty Hit, Run, Snatch, Catch First row-Williams, INF., Bowen, OF., House, P., Weaver, P., Weeks, IB., Daniel, INF. Second row-Cook, MGR., Ingram, 2B., Lewis, C., Jamison, INF., Randolph, OF., Martin, INF., Perry, C., McDaniel, P. Third row-Arafa, OF., Rose, P., Smith, OF., Morrison, C., McKee, P., Bishop, UTL., Bartlett, UTL., Townsend, INF., Steel, OF., Young, UTL. Fourth row-Springer, IB., Barrow, OF., Holmes, OF., Burge, UTL., Cotten, UTL., Metz, UTL., Blalceney, UTL. Treadwell Treadwell Treadwell Treadwell Treadwell Treadwell Treadwell Treadwelll Treadwell Treadwsll Treadwell Trea dwell Treadwell Treadwell Treadwell Treadwell Treadwell Treadwell Prep 8-South 4 3-Tech 0 8-East 2 8-Catholic I3 3-CBC 'I 2-Messick 1 9-Humes 4 2-Central 8 2-South 4 I7-East 5 2-CBC 6 'l0-Tech 7 4--Messick 0 7-Humes 0 0-Central 10 5-Catholic 2 Shaughnessy Play Off 'IO-South 13 0'50"'l' 2 Hank Farino Coach I 953 Legion Whitsitt Whifsitt Whllslll Whitsiff Whifsitt Whitsitt Whitsitt Whitslft Whitsitt Whitslft Whilsltt Whitsitt Whitsitt Whltsltt Whitsitt Whitsift Wllllslll Whitsift Whitsitt Whitsitf Whifsitt 0-Corbitt 5 4-Spencer I 8-Spencer 0 2-Corbitt 9 5-Coca Cola 4 6-Buring I 5-Whitehaven 8 6-Spencer 'I II-Tech 5 I0-Millington 5 7-Corbitt 3 12-Spencer 2 6-Covington 2 7-Covington 'I4 7-WHBQ 0 'I6-Whitehaven 2 6-Hull Dobbs 2 0-Hull Dobbs 3 6-Coca Cola I0 4-Corbitt 2 I2-Millington 0 JETTIE and JOE Dress Out JETTIE JOE All Legion '52 All Memphis '53 All Legion '53 'I' X, nz .4-.mv . Q , 'ix f ' V Q, BILL YOUNG LARRY HOUSE All Memphis '53 All Legion '52 PAUL and WALTER Slowly Get Ready ri fifty-one Eagle Basketeers 6 1 . Our Team Bull Young RX we L f Lg . 'XX Roberf Hyde Au-Memphis, All-Dismcf, -W r All-Regional All-Regional, All-State S Y l a 'Y 5 no gg Q. .M il fs r QB'-ff as .5l'he hampsn ' l X . Il I Larry House IL ff - e ,l Q XX Jgffie Bowen Forward 1,53 ,,w.Ai f L A V A ' X'-"' , Guo d ella r M X new ' fig if ,." all ll , V 6- .twaxx . YLLL 3 H1 3- I XXX Milton Crane Billy Arafo Ulx X K All-District,All-Regional All-Stare, Second Team W gy y 11 has rz, A - Y KG LF.: l"'l'Gl'E'l r , E rw L, .QQ -sr 2 ' Bob Jamison 'X gary' ,1 I - I 9,1 Eddie Hulbert Guard K' -X . ,l-.. ,,,. 1 A Cenler :.: ., .. I Ray Hardage Teddy Steele Forward X - "': l 5 .' r Q Guard fifty-two Retain Prep Crown Runner-up District .1 el .f Isl A Zir- 2 ' L 1? I P... ., 4 Coaches Ernie Ball and Buford Taylor Prep Treadwell Treadwell Treudwell Treadwell Treadwell Trecdwell Trendwell Treoclwell Trecdwell Treadwell Treudwell Treadwell Treadwell Treadwell Trecdwell 63-Humes 50 61-South 51 70-Messick 56 70-Tech 55 61-Central 65 56-C. B. C. 50 44-East 45 68-Catholic 37 74-Humes 46 54-South 49 51-Messick 53 58-Tech 51 76-Central 53 55-C. B. C. 46 70-East 61 1 Fourth Place State Runner-up Regional l .N TN l i X W X A 'X f f 9 ' N -5- E. Sf E - - 4? Y 51 ,Q x , 4 1 B . 'tv' tg , 6' 1- 1 E", District Trecdwell Catholic 35 Treudwell East 56 I Treodwen Whitehaven 52 Treadwell 49-Adarnsville 43 Treadwen Bohm 60 Treodwell 75-Bemis 49 Bill bottles back Trecdwell 53vBol1on 60 State Trecclwell 51-Johnson Cily 50 Treadwell 48-McMinn 47 Treadwell 40-Nashville West 46 foverfimej Field Marathon fifty-four v ----uw-, . Firsi Row-Underwood, Horduge, Wakefield, Reeder, Templeton, Luster, Derrylaerry, Lang. Second Row-Moore, Rushton Eliff, Ruleman, Lee. Third Row-Goree, Young, House, Kennedy, Mahorrey, Robinson, Afkinson, Powell, Coldwell, R. Smith Peocher, Miller, Bradford. Fourfh Row-Welch, Williams, Simpson, Weeks, Reeves, Myers, F. Smith, Townsend. "Tokeoff" Atkinson Cross Countr First Row-Peacher, F. Smith, Smith, Derryberry, Iverson, Simpson. Second Row- George, James, Weeks, Hurt, Williams. Third Row-Green, Evans, Wakefield, Rulemun, Goree, Welsh. "Sprinting In" Carroll Smith, "Full Speed Ahead" Hardage Coach Hulbert fifty-five A lf? lff"3f.lY-ffillli LE IQ2Q.flf'1jf'jqIl5v'v 5.-fx. if L yi . .. N ones' for is 1.:qf.'wfl sirakbl im: iipiiff M lllllflllffxff 1 plonsbip is l'i3i?QE"l' Hyde, who 3m6'lll EHQl'BS'llYlTl reagurus illfolzzwd aesuirm, llolffrl Tgeadttelz Upsets L., will he lo ilwe Eaqles' slarfflraq Q . pliqqn fl!! IU, Asp 'Zig usp , Q t -v . V, ' Progtam For Tonight 13: 4 11 1 lui s OD Staff! T3aIflf, ,eadweu games TQUPHSEE A5 F arly Season Tult Falls. Ir S Expected 0vefCathoiic Categm'y Of Crncnal p U p y,,,,,,g, I1"!nqv9p5.'l'Y'fHy X' nn go! no lo ' 'LW"A l""m' ' M . ,W,. . , ,WL. WK . A , ,,,A N Mmwmwmwm A couple of the best banks in mfg A 'WW"'x""' -M --M-1 -'-b-Q W-H-Q -: M-N--A-WY M.. ---.m..ofv.,,gu. , mi Nl Treadwell Wi11s City Prop Cham, ionshi 2 ogmjgllt 5 date xx nh P Poi 'eaMf14 'W""l'1', -' -W my l, o no o P LGPSSZUP Two X 'Q' 9'flf??lng k ' IfnZ,?n'rTvmflmTT 'Sc '13 ', 2 W, hu: pretty f'r?Ys'e"'ri3 woven. mn! .uno me defending ,han A Q -cub was .fe ,ag es a, 13-.3 xxon-Io.-t record Q, h Q -d l Q ,h T ,U V -f H 4, r . , .A ,, , , K ,mme can .e ,ax abou P em. ws of Central lllgh f'0mP"1Sf' . I ea fl1rl-'dt'?lmdl?' llffa East game at Hodges. These two lf Qf R CNW? Sfflflmm 0fff'1'iDZ. ,A.q,.hnnf, Milf Eff unlike Cemvalfand Treadwell. havla flzynfxjdlmell S ASJHKIQS SCIUPWWS Central , , G I l -Qouizra 5l'fmgh'g' already opened their league sean! 1 0 W' mf- n about as badly as' N' ' 'A M ' son. Tech losing: to CEC and Easl, Hunw-'A " B If-rn-mv heating Cailwolic fy- foray 63 MM' ,to Messick last week. 1t's jusgzf The eqqn gi, ,p,,gl1t loam. Thr Warriors jumped wil-, , " f-1. take-yourwpick tussle. lv ' o l l "Am lu 2 1 1 d B11 rn I3 my "wh " hen b k e 'i y fgflny-on 5, w ' 4 -, quar or ea . , ,xi fl x of - L W 'obo .or ac s op ra A nine fx .,,..ff Xvxgilhvrs lwgzan pf-clcimg' L I'f'o , lx"-I in action i 1 amg.,,,.,o, Q Hum Central led les vl.-fzory, :.w.l,x,N h , an IIS at k s',3'QQxhCglg lLfs'Sllf'W:,lN.Q 'Jn-.Im 'mm and wax xluvHlN fi1ggM,AH:39'l"", . M91 Gum' Na ' wo H A Y 1 I wg ii2g11l.?2:5 'lllklllllmllg ll Fggles Triumph S W M 5 It's true that 31" V. t' K, Worley to - o-.fm 347 'Hof TRC lied for'fl'wv.v,l..l. Q ""N"W" Cond Wegklof tall? S fm iff' Qnlcslis F9552-ll1f2i'WpfIFlll: my IEW' flgfiflfv Tl'EH-TIWEQE, xvhwh look noe- uhanxf Q- a wee 1151 , N W "flzx'r:-1. an in vomman vm ao L' 4 . pac-ex 'lad K ' 1 , , l C, K A 4,,, any this vi. Q3 K AEM ned mor? 115 spot by vlippino Humor DHi'.YlSl1lp by l3ESdl1l'l2.,'CElll1f?llC Hxbl, gms CP, A N, Fuday mght, :struts aftcx onothor nneg 3' Q' X 1,1-,gjf against the same team tonight al xv J" X, Anlolicl 6 h I Memphis Slate. gl' R JD 512i-gf, Gccasion for 'fhis quick N-muffin ' X, for rho f E gg 'X M UE N Army of Con' 5 f of TY'9?idXX'Cll lllllllll 5l- . ok X rtinn.. A h "We'1'e 1. shape for ihis one." ,id Ball 'land if we lose tlherdll : no ahbisg nfl! Aim' be to a heb 1' tnfqnw " '.- .M ..,,,.-.M,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,..,,.., M.. .mmmg Treadwell runs awayf l'Q9fllQEfl3QllQ High' 92'-3-1 f rod is larsl jfebvf ef no' better, gt the Eagles are a better club as vear. too. Coaeh Ball will tell CllllN llPENSAll:3U 'I'ro:arlwo!l's :lilo-in-me-lung is th' Pmp Loagxm m'nz-rznplonslnp A 'll1 wconrl slmiglxl fm' lolvmo P-all' Iiazlvs, They vxrappod tho thin: u i in a mlovful paclaxago Friday nigl' heating Cathoiir Toi-435, Now lhoy gg Film' thoim' fo'f'-nr! 'Ul'ill,flll dustrxr vlxarozmswiosmnu. . BASKETBALL, 'l'rvz1dvrCll rf-zu.-ltr 3. scrxlililwals of slam mop mourns r-noni, by odgin! MvKlinnAQ01lY1l -'-' "N-"' ' ' 45.47t,ggnv-"f yu-Y Engl AS New School Coach Lloyd McDougal met by Hank Fclrino, Asst, WMM I GUS En 'Prem Coach, ond Robbie Robinson, holfbock. df1100lw 811116, -N lm' of mam!! South Side Downfall im B -'ww 1 A- 4 If ' l ,am elaine: -V ' . B Michal! Club' 'H-NMWQH phngkpd up HQ fnupmiff Dlmlflclgv ,,,.'Qx,ri!Z lWCgSlCl!, 510 Cl' A a3L0l:IOi,a,:.1,faE:?11- mxfxvstlixwi triurnpb xfrstvxl-Q,-,vinci gan KTf?'1"ff555l5 which WHY T1'P3dWC'llkdP1 fy. th? Tmbeqmrlny ziflomoon by rlowoing Bomb of Tgparziigrillgflgsgmggxci rogulsj-:'b.44ooaSOnN', fw' xstg U llllllllllllllll Qifflfsmllfiximal.qitfilisfsxm, ,. gfnolfwyw U- ' S f ' ' f A . ' Q one re ume 'H ' - 2- ,- llmfl IN 'Ihr-' lighter' wozffhls smrlmf ' A-A X 3 1 ' l. flmfi. over fl , h Y . H" j W n A ,ol,,-,lff' . lining schoollx ,mn qmpk. lallfwwl L ' af , ll a om P Wm 'fwlii fa"'n'l!5fml and S C Y A 6 I! QQ f V XX o txrpggigv D' f t - 'lf-was o xmlw W9 ., ,Q-l35Zo'M'M",'l 'A l -' ,. .1 l QVQY G8 ,,,-m xvzllwbol b W 0 .,-. wc' mobl- "fJ 1 I- :md his loam .- 'ar C ff' Q f fovflsrrqly on T-Toltf ll Ea I Ml""""'14....Qloor' mmiil' Y ' J ' X- 1 if mm-awd? LY g N' -V-wow ,luxtfi tb G f mlm- " ook W, , M , N 65 ,,,,.G,n-of-lx1z'ol Rlll. ' 3 ' liggxlrj nnuhx .55 0 Ntehyx M lwufwr' sT,W:Pw1rri Wav-Kan fpgprmdmg W I of 29 inllwrn MN ffm- 'A X fff"'fn'Q1l'flQ?1n twist' 'l",3ilY3A. 1 r may and lamb 5, 'KN Zin wore ' ' x ,..oY -omllllbe ASHA nmiyt in iw' Q, Qlllad his log in f W xxx ng fm, . - ff' Jlifgigigillfggffuggggeflll 'N 3, knee. H ,Q 4 .JU iffifllllg, M.. ' G1sl,leriCIgE Sal Smile no assura' if fi 'wx : ,M ,Msn , ., k k as A THREA. ro lhe Ceinlfrol . lylailiiogzgtgvq, gvggmiyslufgilipexn b ff f Warriors 'roniglwf will be Rich- g,'hg,m me biz M zmfwemf ng fl-nl, . 1 H Ulf, rd Collins., l1,arcl-running Tread- Q after all, yon 332304: . Q qty-,A -1 . X W L M, L Vo 4: it Swki Thg?dEagf5 gan? l ini p 4m.!,,,.o5 wwf Ciljv, 51-50. but previously un-ff b md, r ms no 1 an a A 2. ,, ., ,,,,i,g ,AM4 W4 ALWA, foggy, beaten Bolton fakes S4-59 lickingfai Q, gvlgssxf '- f 1 .L- 1.1.4. . . ln.. .Ll 81" Where's the ball! Ken Davidson, British Badminton Champion, shows Linda Sue some plays as Earl Pate, Mid-South Cham- pion, looks on. Girls' Intramurals TNT Treadwell's Nimble Tumblers Nancy, Margaret, Louise, and Nancy L. play Ping Betty, Margaret, Carmen, and Sheila play Shuffle- Pong. board. l 3 . l 3 Golfers, Grapplers, Goalers WRESTLERS-Ligon, Henry, Harwell, Williams, Dodd, Yagar, Templeton, Quinn, and Lockwood. GOLFERS - F r e e m a n , Green, Reeves, Powell, and Crane. BASKETEERS l"B" Teamj-First Row-Burge, Boals, Morrison, Nichols, Avery. Second Row-Bishop Crossno, Lang and Hollingsworth. 2 X l if fl K? Ns emu, 27 X , V xx ff X Q 'f X X W ,, LN 52 'r Q . , N 2:1 Miss Frances Castlemun Mr. Eldon Roark speaks at Induction Ceremony. sixty Newspaper Staff William Flack fstandingl Editor, Janice McDonald, Typist, Nancy Adkins, Asst. Editor, Thelma Tracey, Make-up Editor, Jacqueline Neff, Copy Editor, Myra Jones, Exchange Editor, Leroy Chaille, Sports Editor, Mary Jane Duncan, Typist, Barbara Springer, Business Manager, not pictured. Doris Mclntosh, Reporter, Janice McDonald, Typist, Ann Guess, Reporter, Kathryn Harrison, Reporter, Vicki Pageant, Feature Editor, Barbara Tubbs, Roving Reporter, Nancy Adkins, Asst. Editor, Thelma Tracey, Make-up Editor, Jacqueline Neff, Copy Editor, William Flack, Editor, Myra Jones, Exchange Editor, Margaret Lowery, Reporter, Barbara Fulghum, Reporter, Leroy Chaille, Sports Editor, Pat Campbell, Reporter, Mary Jane Duncan, Typist, Grace Butler, Reporter, not pictured. Eagle Staff Expresses Appreciation Few students realize the work it takes to put ont an issue of the "Eagle" lt's the behind the scenes iobs that help the school paper to be what it is. If the "Eagle" has not measured up to your expecta- tions, we sincerely hope that you will take into consideration that we have done our best with the facili- ties we have. We wish to express our gratitude to Miss Frances Castlemun and Miss Mary Parks, our advisors, who have so willingly worked with us. With- out their suggestions, help, and re- tiring effort our work would have been nothing. Our heartfelt thanks go to all the faculty and office workers for their fine assistance. Above all we wish to thank YOU for the support of the "Eagle" Thirty-six New Members in Treadwell's Eldon Roark Quill 8 Scroll Chapter 'ZF JSE,-5? EQ? I .lf-tl. Franklin Wintlxer fstunclingj, Editor: Elizabeth Rodgers Asso Editor Sandra Bruce Asst M M 1 T d I Editor, Frances Loving, Asso. Editor, Allan Barnhordt Asst Editor Elinor Smith Asst Editor 'ss urqcre 'S G e not pictured. From the Editor and His Staff Treadwell is a wonderful school and we are proud to be a part of it, especially that part with The duty of recording in this Annual, Treadwell's activities for 53 and 54. We've worked hard, scheduling, picture taking, sizing pictures, lay- ing out pages, preparing copy, proof-reading, and sketching. We have enjoyed working together and hope you will like the results. We wish to express our thanks to everyone who has co-operated with us in the publishing of the i954 Annual. We especially wish to thank Miss Tisdale and Mrs. Buffaloe, without whose e x p e rt guidance and unending patience the iob would have been impos- sible, Mr. Maybry and the faculty for their co-operation, and the en- tire Senior Class for selling the ads which made the publication ot our Annual possible. Student Advisory Board Officers Wanda Moore, Treasurer, Barbara Springer, Secretary, Marjorie Smith, Robert Templeton, Co-presidents, Elizabeth Rodgers, Traffic chief, Robert Gregg, Chaplain. Room Representatives of ss 4 ii' I sixty-two Purposes-to preserve student honor, to pro- mote student welfare, to provide the means for co-operation between student body and faculty, and to present assemblies with in- spirational, educational, and entertaining value. Colors-red and white. Motto-"Knowledge is Power." Officers-two co-presidents, and traffic chief, elected by entire senior high school after having met scholastic and citizenship re- quirements. Members-two from each homeroom. Tasks-to assist in such problems as general traffic, order in the buildings and improve- ment of sanitation, as well as organizing diFferent types of parties to which the senior high student body is invited with no admis- sion. Eagle's Call-a booklet composed of all the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of iunior and senior high students, with their clubs and activities, is edited and sold every year and the profits are deposited to S.A.B. Faculty Sponsors-Mr. Hank Farino, Miss Eleanor Cooley, and Mrs. Marcelle Hunsaker. National Honor Society Left to right-Alan Barnhardt, Mary Alice Brewer, Sue Heide, Linda Sue Cole, Secretaries, Jettie Bowen, Frances loving, Vice-Presidents, Joan Lawson, Chaplain, Millard Tapp, Presi- dent, Mike Moyers, Model Stu- dent, Bernice Burcham, Treas- urer, and Elizabeth Rodgers. Seated-Marilynn Shivley, Dolly Dawkins, Shirley Cox, Shirley Dunaway, Janette Collison, Jac- queline Neff, Elinor Smith, Mar- iorie Smith. Standing -Minnie .lo DePriest, Wanda Moore, Mary Helen whit., william Hack, Mike NN Moyers, Albert Rushton, Donna Ruth Sellars, Peggy Duke, and Mr. Maybry. The Tau Sigma Chapter of the National Honor Society was founded in 1943. The name, Tau Sigma, was chosen because it represents the letters T.S.,'the first letters in Treadwell School. Its colors are yellow and white, and the adopted flower is the Marquerite Daisy. The object of the chapter as stated in the constitution is "to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in pupils of Treadwell High School." Candidates must have attended Treadwell at least one year and must have and must maintain a high "B" average. Membership in this chapter is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed on a Treadwell student in recognition of his scholarship, leadership, character, and service-the four ideals of the society. Advisors: Mrs. Rose Goldfarb, Mr. E. T. Fowler, and Miss Myrtle Deadrick. sixty-three my BOB ATKINSON-City-Third place broad iump, State-Second place broad jump, Regional-Tied Second place broad iump. BILL REEDER-Two mile relay winner, Team set new record for city, mid-south, regional, and state. FRANCES LOVING-DAR Good Citize WARNER LASTER-City-Fourth place mile run, Relay distance-Second place. LARRY MILLER-City-Fourth place pole vault. JETTIE BOWEN-All-Legion Baseball. Mr. Adler, WMCT, presents Sue Heidel with check a school winner in Advertising Contest. M'lla"d TOPP w'n"'e"5 Margaret Lowery Lion Oil Essay Award S25 bond an- no Med U' assembl b Mr Mc bry and MISS Kmg, First Row-Peggy Duke, Glenda Bradford Donna Sellars Bernice U Y Y Y YA Burcham, Margaret Lowery, and Genre Scott Robert Hyde. Q5 d1 Second Row-Grace Butler, Joan Lawson Ronald Click Jettne Bowen Win Honors BILL YOUNG-All-Memphis Football, All-Memphis Basketball, All-District Basketball, All-Regional Basketball, All State Basketball 2ncl team. JOE WILLIAMS-City Golden Gloves Champ '54, City Wrestling Champ '53. EDMUND RANDOLPH-All-Memphis Football, Ole Miss. Football Scholarship. -fs. LARRY HOUSE-Ole Miss. Football Scholarship. JOE WEEKS--All-Legion Baseball, All-Memphis Football. ROBERT HYDE-All-Regional Basketball, Memphis State Football Scholarship. X in National Essay Con- " . ge SHARON DUKE-Third place Crime Prevention 'est Poster Contest, Miss Helen Stahl, Instructor. rave been accepted knnual Anthology of Mr. Pat Joyner, Petroleum Essay Sponsor, presents Joan Lawson with a S100 check for first place as Miss King, teacher, looks on. First Row-Mary Helen White, Wanda Moore, Darius Olhausen, Elaine Patterson, Ruth Houpt. Second Row-Mike Moyers, Bill Sidowey, Ralph Freeman, Jackie Neff, Autrey Calvert. ln..-S I '- ii - . ft ' l 1'l P. T. A. Mrs. Raymond Brattaing W. L. Maybry, Principal, Mrs. H. P. Loenneke, President, Mrs. Bu- ford Holland Cinserti, Chairman of Arbor Day Program. .J EXECUTIVE BOARD Mrs. W. L. Forrester, Mrs. L. O. McKay, Mrs. Jettie Richmond, Mrs. R. G. Traywick, Mrs, Fred N. Patterson, Mrs. H. P. Loenneke, presiding, Mrs. J. E. Morton, Mrs. F. Crossno, Mrs. Lee Atchley, Mrs. J. R. Cotten, Mrs. J. E. The Parent Teacher Association planted a tree on the and dedicated it to Mrs. Raymond Brattoin at the Mrs. Buford Holland was Chairman. Our Cafeteria Mrs. Elsie Ison, Manager Mrs. Carrie Arata Mrs. Esta Milam -- Y f L 1 .. Bowen, Mrs. C. L. Mrs. Harry Jacobs, Hal Farrell, Mrs. J. McDaniel. new school grounds Arbor Day Services. The LIBRARY CLUB is composed of Junior and Senior High Students who work many hours each week to serve Treadwell School. Library Assistants are: Wayne Duncan, Betty Young, Johnny Vise, James Davis, Don Briscoe, Claudia McMullin, Elizabeth Rich- ter, Peggy Doyle, Jimmy Sparks, Patsy Rye, Evelyn Sandy, Anne Huthison, Mary Lou Mullen, Peggy Slayton, Janet Lawson, Jack Morton, Gary Wallace, Leslie Smith, Mary Jo French, Janice Friday, Barbara Hatcher, Barbara Singleton, Kay Dodson, Richard Kelsall, Jimmie Richter, James Daw- son, Dianne Cobb, and Sara Bradley. The JUNIOR RED CROSS program gives young people an opportunity to serve others. Many of the finest activities going on in our community and nation are car- ried out by men and women who give gen- erously of their time and money expecting nothing in return except the knowledge that what they are doing is worth their effort. You boys and girls will one day take their places. Junior Red Cross offers you a chance to begin while you are still in school to participate in community service. xc ..,,x::: Ill Ill, 45 'wa 'Y' 72" ,NA ,Jk':"!.1 A SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB has been or- ganized in Treadwell for the purpose of promoting a better understanding of to- day's problems. The members hope to help create an in- formed student body that will be able to assume an intelligent part in the affairs of the world. sixty-seven The SPANISH I CLUB is composed of those students who are taking first year Spanish. For their initiation, the first year students are required to dress as Spanish Senores and Senoritas and sing Spanish folk songs. This year Spanish I held its meetings iointly with Spanish Il. The SPANISH Il CLUB is composed of second year Spanish students and former students who have had two years of the language. Three annual events which are always eagerly anticipated by the members are the initiation party, the Christmas pinatas, and the Mexican supper held in the spring. sixty-eight E l A The Treadwell KEY CLUB is a service organization which is com- posed of about thirty "key" boys chosen from the Senior High School, and is sponsored by the Memphis Kiawanis Club. The obiectives of the club are to develop initiative and leadership, to provide experience in living and working together, to serve the school, and to provide for useful citizenship. Service with a smile, refreshing Coca-Cola, that is the motto of the Key Club during the basketball season. The oflicers of the Key Club are: Robert Neil Templeton, Presi- dent, Jettie Bowen, Vice-President, Albert Rushton, Treasurer, and Gordon Patterson, Treasurer. A sp .ef as a I :ii if iii Kill 3112981 131 3110801 - vi ill omuxswwan .n.,xww.zm wemxww The SENIOR LATIN CLUB meets once each month to plan prolects which deal with Roman customs. After reports have been given on the subiect for discussion, mem- bers work together to put the plan into effect. Members of this Club encourage other capable students to study Latin. .iF'2f?Ef'1'2t" ff'- - .kgs ,sw Q The SENIOR Y-TEENS began at Treadwell three years ago and has been a fast grow- ing club. Last year, in order to raise money for world service, all the girls sold potato chips. The purpose of Y-Teens is to develop friendship and fellowship with girls from other schools. In the summer, the officers go to conference at Hardy, Arkansas and learn to be better otTicers. President- Marilyn Gallaspy, Vice-President-Mamie Freeman, Secretary-Charlotte G o i n g s , Treasurer-Peggy Shaw, Social Chairmen- Wanda Martin, Sandra Bruce, Pat Hillard, Basketball Manager-Marjorie Smith. The JUNIOR LATIN CLUB meets once each month for the purpose of discussing sub- iects related to Latin. The program may be presented in the form of reports, short plays, or lectures given by guests who are interested in the Classics. Games and con- tests involving a knowledge of Latin en- liven the meetings. sixtyenine ,I The DRAMATIC CLUB has engaged in a good many activities this year. At Christmas, with the music de- partment we presented a one-act play, "A Song of Glory." In the spring we gave a three-act play. The club has attended some of the theater productions of the- city, such as "South Pacific" and "The Taming of the Shrew." The otticers are: President, Ronnie Smith, Vice-Presi- dent, JoAnn Feingold, Secretary, Ann McGrew, Treasurer, Wanda Martin, Social Chairmen, Mary Sim- ersan and Sam Evans, Chaplain, Barbara Ferguson. V -1 The HI-Y is a service club of the Y.M.C.A. It is not a religious or- ganization, but it feels a responsi- bility toward the young people in helping them to realize the high standards of Christian living. The creed of the HI-Y is "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. These principles are based on clean living, clean speech, clean scholar- ship, and clean sports. The oflicers of the HI-Y CLUB are: Pres., Bill Young, Vice-Pres., Buddy Wintker, Sec., Walter George, Treas., Tommy Nichols, Chaplain, Joe Boales, Sergeant at Arms, Larry House, Adult Advisor, Mr. R. W. Cole. fi X te fritxfig-s . - P -'Q-vAf,,jjgep5g, - f L .t 51 . -. 'z - 4 - I ,. , - , .. it , . g . ' - i . . t- . .. kg" , - A - at . t 'X 5 F 25 - it Q .,.!'f"' . - M I . M f ' - -. - ,fi ' Q 'X ' . . . .ff f I F5 , 7 N ...f..f.fM -1 - , is . it -...Q-l A, Wg... 4' A M 'Hi A FMWF MMM? 'FMWM Z . Q' seventy One for the money Two for the show Take this list and get ready to go upstairs, downstairs, Anywhere they say You pretty girls, you OFFICE GIRLS have had a busy day. The purpose of the TRI-Hl-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Chris- tian character. The otticers are: President, Elizabeth Rodgers, Vice- President, Linda Cole, Secretary, Glenda Bradtordp Treasurer, Elinor Smith, Chaplain, Joyce Hall, Ser- geant-at-Arms, Sandra Bruce and Pat McNeal, Social Chairmen, Char- lene Beard and Marilyn Gallaspy. The Treadwell SCIENCE CLUB is made up of about one hundred students who are taking physics or chemistry. Our club is affiliated with Science Clubs of America. Some obiectives of our Science Club is to stimulate interest in the sciences, to help students to develop scien- tific attitudes and ways ot thinking, and to help boys and girls to for- mulate a philosophy of life that is wholesome and workable. Club members enioy numerous outstand- ing educational motion picture films and field trips to places of interest. The officers of the Science Club are: Buddy Wintker, President, Notman Guidry, Vice-President, Dolly Daw- kins, Secretary, Albert Rushton, Treasurer, Mike Moyers and Eliza- beth Rodgers, Program Chairmen. ' was In SPEECH ll we do the practical things that are learned in SPEECH I. We work with Stage craft, theatre arts, lighting, stage areas, make up, and costuming. However we cover all phases of advanced speech, such as correction, speech contest, debate and discussion. We have produced some one-act plays, and participated in the T.l.L.l. tournament. The highlight of the year was the Southern Speech Convention at Dallas, Texas. seve n ty-o n e Girls' Glee Club ret 'nf -sr Senior Chorus seventy-two Y W VOCAL MUSIC - Our musical year started in November when a television appearance was made by a group of the Senior Chorus singing "Bless This House." ln December the annual Christ- mos program was given with the com- bined efforts of the Speech Department, Instrumental Department, Senior and Junior Choruses, and the Girl's Glee Club. Soloists were: Minnie Jo DePriest, Carolyn Galey, Janet Lawson, Joan Lawson, Walter George, Ronald Hessel- bein, and Ernest Lee. A thirty-minute television program was sponsored by the vocal department on March 14, featur- ing lrish songs. The F.H.A.'s main goal is learning to live better today in order that the homemalcing pupils' lives and those of their families may be bet- ter tomorrow. Any pupil enrolled in a school who is taking or has taken a homemaking course for one semester is eligible for member- ship. President, Wanda Moore, Vice Presi- dent, Sonja Crenshaw, Secretary, Nita Burch, Treasurer, Barbara Springer, Parliamentarian, Barbara Carson, Historian, Pat Godwin, De- gree Chairmen, Betty Gibson, Clau- dine Brown, Reporter, Donna Ruth Sellars. . W, Win A, F 't gqgrm 'EPM w' . QL iq., f iv 'Wg - ra " L 4, 4 2 -Sui? .. 'sbif' v yn 5 'YSL fi" W if Q No C' 1 Al ,,evf gs Gul Battalion Staff r Cadet Lt. Col. Walter Moyers F I Hon. Lt. Col. Jacqueline Kirk t Cadet Mai. Franklin Wintker Hon. Mai. Elinor Smith Cadet Capt. Roy Hon. Capt. Joyce Doy Q- te 6' seventy-lou r First Row-Hon. Lt. Col. Leslie, Hon EH? Lt. Col. Ellis. Second Row-Hon Lt I I Col. Sharp, Mlsgt. Zummach, Hon e Cadet Capt. Ernest Lee Hon. Capt. Vera Rea Cadet Capt. James Anderson Hon. Capt. Patricia Winn Cadet Capt. Robert Luschen Hon. Capt. Peggy Guess Cadet Capt. Warner Laster Hon. Capt. Betty Hailey Cadet First Lt. Baker Dennen Hon. First Lt. Glenda Oakley Cadet First Lt. Jerry Hailey Hon. First Lt. Patricia Dacus Cadet Second Lt. Robert Henry Hon. Second Lt. Marilyn Trimble Cadet Second Lt. Leroy Chaille Hon, Second Lt. Diane Hair Cadet Second Lt. Jimmy Hadaway Hon. Second Lt. Martha Neyman Advisers Col Maybry, Sgt. Farris, Hon. Lt. Col Llneberry. Cadet Capt. Ralph Freeman Hon. Capt. Martha Little Cadet First Lt. Don Wood Cadet First Lt. Pansy Green Cadet Second Lt. Albert Rushton Hon. Second Lt. Linda Sue Cole Cadet Second Lt. Jimmy Hodges Hon. Second Lt. Glenda Bradford Cadet Capt. Jettie Bowen Hon. Capt. Elizalaetlm Rodgers Cadet First Lt. Kenneth Westra Hon. First Lt. Audrey Calvert Cadet Second Lt. Don Savage Hon. Second Lt. Carolyn McDaniel Cadet Second Lt. Jerry Wakefield Hon. Second lt. Janice James Cadet Capt. Jimmie Crane Hon. Capt. Wanda Martin Cadet First Lt. William Flack Han. First Lt. Jane House Cadet Second Lt. Robert Gregg Hon. Second Lt. Jo Ann Feingold Cadet Second Lt. George Moore Hon. Second Lt. Joyce Hall First Platoon John Sumner. Company Sgt. Billy Bryson, Guidong Capt. Ralph Freeman, Second Lt. Don Woods, First Sgt. Second Platoon seventy-six Seated - Springer. First Row - Fossick, Pe'grim, Clark, Carter, Ad- ams, Cross, Agee, Barnett, Gilliate. Second Row - Langford, Arnold, Frank, Feezor, Noe, Avery, Gilkey, Harwell. Third Row - Pound, Bar- tee, Brown, Ireland, Gorton, Ken- nedy, Limbough, McKinney. Fourth Row - Mason, James, McGee, Love, Burns, McGrew, Burge. Seated - Kinney. First Row - Col lins, Guidrey, Rayburn, Fortune, J Rayburn, Myrick, Orr, Miller, Wood Second Row - Malone, Grant, Wil liams, Ruleman, Hill, Sherman, Lock wood, Crawford. Third Row - Gaith er, McCormick, Hutchison, Williams James, Williams, Owen, Owens Fourth Row - Barrom, Oiler, Pirtle Morrison, Martin, Parker, Sexton. Company B Seated-McDaniel. F i r s t R o w - Maclin, Wardlow, Thomas, Wood, Voyles, Bishop, Walker, B a k e r Crocker. S e c o n d Row-Gaflorcl Carr, Crawford, Daniel, Evans, Flet- cher, Gay, Duncan. Third Row- Hendren, H all, Huston, Hardin Hardesty, Joggars. Fourth Row- Gcnyaw, Lowery, Lewis, Pressley Petty, McPhink, Pittman, Rayburn, McCullough, Tatum, Seated-Scott. First Row-Watson, Peske, West, Steele, Turner, Vance, Trimble, Sexton. Second Row-Byrd, Allen, Brown, Cunningham, Dundas, Garner. Third Row-Throckmorton, Horner, Hurt, Hesselbein, Waddell, Jomerson, Walker. Fourth Row- Ferguson, Morrow, Maharrey, John- son, McKee, Janes, McComon. 1 Sgt. Morris Jones, Guidon, Capt. .lettie Bowen, First Lt. Ken Westra, First Sgt. Jimmy Fike. First Platoon Second Platoon seventy-seven First Platoon Sgt. Gene Weaver, Guidony Capt. Jimmy Crane, First Lt. William Flack, First Sgt. Gordon Patterson. Second Platoon seventy-eight Company C Seated-Allen Brock. First Row- Holmes, Jacobus, Randle, Nowell, Burnett, Coker, Blakely, Alsbroolc, O'Daniel. Second Row-B a r h a m , Draughbough, Cox, Cotten, Colley, Sumner, Hakala, Meetz. Third Row- D. Wade, Hass, Eason, Duncan, Gill, Young, Cross. Fourth Row-Carson, Freeman, Luschen, Long, Hill, Par- kinson, Taylor. Seated-Charles Long. First Row- Welch, Wilson, Moore, Guy, Green Morrow, King, McMahon, Helton Second Row-Everett, Owen, E. Ray R. Ray, Graves, Smith, Kinney, Free man. Third Row-L i I e s , Rawdon Smith, Royer, Chambers, G o r e e Shivley, Jones. Fourth Row-Martin Wiggs, Williams, Vogt, Young, Sted man, Martin. 1 NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS FIRING SQUAD AND HONORARY PALLBEARERS: Cdr. Cdt. First Lt. Kenneth Westra, Asst. Cdr. Cdt. Second Lt. Robert Henry, Bugler Cdt. Capt. Warner Laster. First Row-Paul Scott, Marion McDaniel, John Sumner, Gordon Patterson. Second Row-Donald Jacobus, Arthur Tatum, Robert Biddle, Larry Pegrim. Third Row-Rody Crocker, Roland Kail, Wayne Duncan. Fourth Row-Jimmy Fike, Kenneth Westra, Benny Ferguson, Norman Guidry. Granville Jones. RIFLE TEAM: Cdr. Capt. Franklin Wintker. First Row-Marion Mc- Daniel, Bobby Harwell, Paul Scott, Roland Kail. Second Row- Robert Biddle, Jerry Hailey, Robert Henry, Ralph Freeman, George Moore, Jim Anderson. Third Row-Jackie Lewis, Charles Hendren, COLOR GUARD: lPicture on Page 731 Jeff Cotten, Leslie Hicks, Robert Biddle, Granville Jones. R.O.T.C. BAND MEMBERS: Bill Odum, William Palmer, Don Martin, Jerry Turner, Bond Sgt. Roland Kail, Henry Abraham, Jock Gregg, Som Kelso, Cdt. Sgt. Walter Emanuel. seventy-nine if I S '. 5' . 'Q 'fa' f xXXnax5,Q . Ra Y 3. ,A5 5 , Q KQV, 1 i 5 m, Xi 5 XR I il. t E ? 3 ' i -5' , 4 eg ., ' flmf, gf ' - f 4. . QW www ' ,A E, xy Q1 . fx i WW? , 8 X 'wwwi 5 5,, X Ex 'L' I 1'-'P' i I EWX' X hx 0 W7 2 ' tx Q I ns QW Q sg in ' Jw 1 F' f ff 'F ' vi X Q .k ' A A A A f 'tfkif I xtvi. ,, fk 31 1 s' uw"-, 4,,, f ,h, NX 'L -ggi f LX 3-.. 1 lg! x ,Rf is . nf' ' ? ' cx 'Nv 5' . WY , P if Rv-,L Q ' " '11 ' T? I X Nw . 2 its I f wwf Al sv XXX ' N "'a,1'1f j xxx 'A if -WN I N ' I . 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A f' L. 3 xv. k .ses Q ., " QW' Mp., '3 'I E, eighty-six Blenda Martin Ora Martin Kenneth Martindale Beverly Mask Dickie Mashburn Mary Ruth Mauney Carole Maxey Betty Jo Mayo Oscar Meek Molly Milan Judy Miller Mitchell Miller Jane Mobley Connie Morris Roger Mott Enita Moultrie Bettye Mynatt Bernice McCollem Billy McCulley Richard McDaniel Mary McDaniel Virginia McKee John McLeod Dick McMahon Jo Ann McMahon Rita McNutt Buddy Neyman Sheri Noonan Kay Nowlin Stan Odom Bettye Olhausen Molly Ogler Louis Pardue Ida Belle Parkey Becky Patterson Roswell Patterson Jimmy Pavatte James Payne Freddv Pegg Don Pike Nancy Pitts Emily Pruitt Tony Raburn Joy Rainey Bobbie Ray Jo Nelle Reed Ruth Reeder Dorothy Reese Pete Rice Myrna Ricks Shelia Ritter Barbara Robbins Edmond Roberts Diane Rogers Patsy Rye Evelyn Sandy Nancy Schneider Glenn Scott Benny Searcy Harriet Seymour Harry Sharp Billie Shaw MRS. CARRIE ARATA supervises Snack Bar "the line." with student helpers, Mineva Pearson and Carolyn Qi 1-n l . S' i f 4 ' I . i 51' Q l Q S 5' --' f 1 'F' A, f S S E . www if 1' 1. . l Peggy Shelton Billy Smith Cecil Smith Dewayne Smith Leslie Smith Lloyd Smith Richard Smith Helen Snipes Jimmy Sparks Larry Stegall Paulette Swafler Portia Swain Dorothy Sweeney Della Tarpley Doris Tate Sharon Thompson Roberta Tracey Frank Traltord Dixie Lee Turner Carol Underwood Eddie Vansickle James Vaughn Ann Veteto Johnny Vise Lora Vogel Max Waddell Nancy Wage Diane Waldo Adair White Bill White Buddy White Diane Wills Ramona Wilson Gary Winlaerry James Wolfe Sue Wardlow Virginia Yancey Gary York Jeane Young Bettye Youngman Kay Zumbro Nancy Starnes Richard taking charge of Clubs and Have Our Firsi Row-Landers, Philips, Town- send, Dunivcmi, White, Jenkins, Thomson, Jackson, Osborn, Black, Scott, Ofiicer Broadway. Second N A 3 I asses Mercy Guards Row-Owen, Mills, S 1 e el , Reed, Cook, Crocker, Escue, M o y e r s , Thomas. Third Row-Boggan, Bent- ly, Mr. Nason, Mr. Fredericks. , 4 X Art Gum Blues A Stitch in Time Saves Nine Q fs wx 1 ll it eighty-nin 32 ,- xg. g ' nine Red Cross 1 1wQ 1 Hi-Y Y-Teens Tri-Hi-Y Junior ational Honor Society I 2 E of L x First Row: Caudle, McMahon, Bailey, Brown, Caudle, Ritter. Second Row: Davis, Giem, Le Gilbraith, Horne, Franklin, Lowe,,Marquise, Fowler, Buzbee, Jacobus, Brown, Beaver, Mobley. Third Row: Bowen, Laurence, Miller, Dew Jones, Barfield, Mortan, Waddell, Bellamy, Smith, Mrs. Feild. Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Kennedy. St d t d ' B d OFFICERS: Traffic Chief-Emily Pruit, Co-Presidents-Ned Lawrence and Margaret Barrow. 9 , SAB Home-Room Representatives ninety-on Loenneke, Brunn, Crow, Crocker, Clement, Cobb, Yancey, Sharp, Barrow, Brannon, Mass, D. wis, Davis, Bastow, Underwood, Doss, Kelly, Keen, Cavender, Neighbors, Reed, Dunlap, White, 0 ' :.LZ 9'k , Firsi Row: Odum, Wolfe, Cobb, Gaines, Rowland, Durr, Harland, McGriff, Fells, Taylor, Bailey, Mgr., Guyman. Second Row: Bradford, Beard, Good, Scott, Perry, Hendricks, Brown, Ellis, Carlelon, Rice, Goins, Vickery, Hester. Third Row: Paretle, Douglas, Winberry, Green, Tonihill, Climer, Chapman, Smilh, Bouldin, Todd, Mgr., Pennel, Cannady, Randolph. Football Junior Queen and Her Maids Peggy Campbell, Queen Wanda Alchley, Kay Nylon. John Gaines, Darell Guyman All-Memphis Second Team Baby f f S 1 Q., 'WARN Coach Sowell First Row Todd Mgr Guyman Bculey Randolph Rooks McGee Second Row Perry Hopper MCGFIH Sharp Cobb Latch Chapman Rowland Bruggs ww in 1 an an up inn wars 1 x -,N:l:l:r,g, is 1 5 1 32 ., la mm- lu, Girls at Work and Play H lra N 5 , MA., A5 . f 'f ' f g XX 6, Q, -1 A .. YI. Q 5. Kg . in J. ,' PH! ' li l V L L ' ' Hit It Hard! Let's Play Ball! f Y One-two One-two Une-two fg4l"a'!?Al . 'gm-.ff 5 L S gf If ii fs L ' A 56 t K 1 A 5 9 fe?- KK I P W I ,I af For Clean, Courteous Service and Tasty Food Leader Federal Savings 8: Loan Association Visit MONTE'S 3053 Summer Avenue Memphis' Favorite Drive-ln HOME LOANS-INSURED SAVINGS Telephone 37-I554 I58 Madison Avenue Compliments of THE ARKMO LUMBER CO. 2980 Summer Ave. Best Wishes to the Graduation Class of 1954 from Highland Heights Cleaners If You Own A Deep Freeze You Are Entitled To A Membership Card Giving You A Discount On Foods For Your Freezer STEPHERSON'S BIG STAR Macon and Moria J. W. LYONS SERVICE STATION AND GARAGE We Call For And Deliver Sinclair Products A.A.A. HILLS 5 8. 10 STORES Bomah Center Frayser Q. Berclair WEONA 96 for your meats Congratulations JONES BARBER SHOP 4515 Summer Ave. Come see the butcher, GI'OClUOISS Bob Bailey Air Conditioned H. BLACKARD REALTY CO. Hair Cut 75C HIGHLAND HEIGHTS PHARMACY C""'f"f""""r' "f Stanley's By-Ryt No. 5 3662 Macon Rd. "Live Wire Druggists" FRED YARBROUGH 9 Stanley's East By-Ryt No. 8 3397 Summer Ave. 4-2189 Memphis, Tenn. 43 I4 Macon Rd. Q Sound Equipment- Sales - Rentals - Repairs Compliments of No Job too large- No Job too small "Say it with sound" by McTyier I ' We Guarantee Complete Sound Coverage QW, POR ANY OCCASION MCTYIER RADIO SUPPLY Heating and Air Conditioning 205 Madison Ave. Ph 8-3936 Ph 8-3936 283 Poplar Phone 37-8351 one 1 one Memphis, Tennessee PAULA'S BEAUTY SHOP McCOOL'S WEONA :tl:15O 4437 Summer Avenue Ph 4-3378 one 469 High Point Terrace F D l' Compliments of ree e New PIPES SHOE SHOPS 4-2378 4-4534 2625 Brood 3009 Summer Ave. Ace Appliance Co. Your FRIGIDAIRE Dealer RCA VICTOR Television 343l Summer Ave. -Phone 34.4408 L. E. Gatlin R. G. Kinlcle C l' f sossn s. FLEET GROCERY CUFTON WALLS Free Dolavoly E550 SERWCE CENTER DEPARTMENT STORE 3748 Towners Ph. 33-'l8'l'l 3279 Summer Avenue 2442 Chelsea Avenue Phone 33-3141 Memphis, Tennessee . LEAWOOD BARBER SHOP 3674 Macon Road Bill Ayotte, Owner BERCLAIR DRUG STORE Prescription Center Phil W. Stewart, Prop. 4468 Summer Avenue Phone 4-7428 SWAYNE LATHAM TIRES, INC. 3386 Summer Avenue Phone 33-9979 Memphis, Tennessee BRISTOL HATTERS AND CLEANERS HILLEBRANDQJNDERWQOD We operate on our own plan Compliments of PHARMACY Quality Cleaners 8 Fountain Service School Supplies 3330 Summer Avenue 34ll Macon Road Phone 4-II6B Phone 4-9123 Termite Control 43l N. Holmes Free Delivery Compliments of Jamison Pest Control Compliments of BEST LUMBER AND HARDWARE COMPANY 3455 Summer Avenue DOROTHY'S BEAUTY SHOPPE "Complete Beauty Service" Jewelry and Gift Items 3399 Summer Avenue Phone 4-9385 MlLTON'S BARBER SHOP "We made Flat Tops Famous" BRISTOL THEATER 3415 Summer Avenue "Your Family Theater" TAYLOR MACHINERY COMPANY Caterpillar Sales and Service Third Street at Carolina Avenue Phone 37-4356 Brewer Crawford - Compliments of MRS. ROBERT J. JARVIS 36-3568 INTERSTATE INSURANCE CO. Life, Hospitalization, Accident and Fire Insurance Compliments ot CHILDERS HARDWARE 9 . 33-3913 85 Berclaur Road -Q'-I Compliments of gn 2 O All Work Guaranteed 3346 Summer Avenue B EL-AI R CLEAN ERS WONDER CITY CAFE West Memphis, Arkansas "We Specialize in Fine Steaks and Sea Foods" Phone 33-1412 Compliments of James H. Perrell Architect Compliments and Best Wishes to the Senior Class of 1954 MOSS BARBER SHOP 3410 Summer Avenue Congratulations to the Seniors of '54 LIPSCOMB'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED SERVICE STATION For Hunter Fan Co. and Robins Myers Window Air Conditioners Installed and Serviced Phone 34-7844 3390 Macon Road THE BRODNAX NAME ON THE BOX ADDS MUCH TO THE VALUE BUT NOTHING TO THE COST ifrifrik' GEO. T. BRODNAX, INC. Registered jewelers American Gem Society MAIN AT MONROE Memphis Headquarters for Schools Pins and Rings - Fraternity jewelry ROBILIO 81 SARNO Big Star No. 9 4505 Summer Avenue "Best Quality Groceries" WAGNER SALES 8. SERVICE Authorized Dealers for all Leading Engines, Lawn Mowers 6 Lawn Equipment. Complete Skill-Saw Line 2913 Summer Avenue Phone 48-6433 Owned and Operated by THE LITTLE DUTCH- MAN House of Service. H. P. ROONEY INSURANCE CONSOLIDATED REALTY CO. I O20 Exchange Building C. H. MCDONALD Plastering 8. Stucco Big or Small Jobs All Work Guaranteed Phone 48-0034 DUNNING and QUINN Groceries Meats Vegetables Dairy Fcods I We Deliver Phone 4-3431 MACON CAFE 3894 Macon Rd. 'GOOD HOME COOKED FOOD' Free Deliveries 75 cents up BEN FRANKLIN STORE 3409 Summer Avenue Memphis, Tennessee compliments ot LITTLEFIELD 81 WEAVER Jewelers 1 Phon e 33-2737 Congratulations Seniors FASHION CLEANERS-LAUNDRY SHOE REBUILDERS Hand Cleaning A Specialty One Day Service WE DO OUR OWN CLEANING 3668 MACON RD. Congratulations Seniors T. WALKER LEWIS Y.M.C.A. 894 Isabelle at Given Compliments of Fortner Furniture Company 3404 Summer Avenue Phone 4-6279 For Exquisitely Styled Furniture At A Very Low Price, Always See Fortner's First We Always Appreciate Your Patronage "You can whip our cream U but you can't beat our milk' KLINKI: BROS. DAIRY 2469 Summer Avenue Phone 4-2l0l 99 Buch F Qs' Ufqro ' N ' -I r : lfx ." 'Q 49 "' oo..ao.o,.o0 ".' 9 J 'X . : VW xx 90,7 f4VQf7f?v.f4v Q ,ya o 19 OOO K! 0000 oo .,...........,,g00ool?,. r lDObl'Q pr US , -D Z kr yszl "I" X OSC. Q K 009000O00000ooq,,... Ax ss, Afrvs Oooooooooo bt ',?'g',gfiQl'S ,'.f- Fx om?" W 'L ' ,fy ui M E5 J CQ ' '44 A X. Je ' In Any Language. . . A Job with SOUTHERN BELL Means a Good Future! SOUTHERN BELI. TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY ' Southern Bell Employment Ollice, 201 Court Ave. LAUNDERMATIC NO. 2 EAST MEMPHIS LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Self Service Laundry COMPLIMENTS Co I t L d S , Washing, Drying 8. Ironing QF mpsltzb ogn ry' emce RUSSEL B. Lou ROGERS A FRIEND Umme' 3343 Summer Ave. Ph. 4-2151 48-8966 Phones 48-8668 Compliments of JANE'S FURNITURE 81 APPLIANCE CO. 3530 Jackson Avenue Compliments To The Graduating Class From THE DIAMOND SHOP 1286 Thomas St. Compliments of C. A. RULEMAN MARBLE 8g TILE CO. 739 S. Cooper Congratulations to Seniors TREADWELL DRAMATIC CLUB Pernie Wiley, Faculty Representative DeSHAZO COLLEGE OF MUSIC Highland Heights Private Lessons Group Instruction 3529 Given Avenue Ph. 4-6294 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS From F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. COMPLIMENTS FROM JACK'S COOKIE CO. DELUXE DONUT COMPANY 81 BAKERY A. L. Summers "We Specialize in Party Orders" Telephone 33-3437 GMS NEED A DATE LlDDELL'S BARBER B. BEAUTY si-1-DP NOBLE CLEANERS CALL Us 3359 Jackson Avenue Leroy ci-eine Bill Moss Rex Dorrough Phone 48-3493 3540 Jackson -One Day Service 48-2976 33-3663 34-2089 FIRE, AUTOMOBILE 8. GENERAL INSURANCE LIBERAL REAL ESTATE LOANS REAL ESTATE SALES ROMAC MOPS FINEST IN THE U.S.A. MADE IN MEMPHIS Ask For the New ROMAC F LATMOP McCallum 8. Robinson Inc.-Memphis, Tenn. The Largest Mop Factory in the Whole World E.H.CnuMP 8 CO. msmwmwfwmmq I- " I, Congratulations to the 1953-54 Treadwell School Student Body and Faculty for your many accomplishments. Best Wishes for the years to come. For every kind of Insurance service, call day or night J. B. MAIZE 81 COMPANY 710 Goodwyn Institute Building Ph. 5-0711 HOGUE 81 KNOTT ll Always Less at Hague 8. Knott" 3511 Park 8- 1378 Hollywood Duniel's Pharmacy Highland Height's Leading Pharmacy YOUR REXALL STORE 3388 Summer Phone 4-1128 CONGRATULATIONS CHIP BARWICK CHEVROLET COMPANY 740 Union Avenue Memphis, Tennessee Phone 37-2661 W. C. SMITH 3: SON Weona :H:100 607 Chelsea Phone 8-1992 Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1954 ALLIED FLORISTS of MEMPHIS "When you buy flowers, buy from an Allied Florist" LlTTLEFIELD'S JEWELRY Phone 48-5102 4456 Summer Avenue Memphis, Tennessee Diamonds - Watches - Gifts Watch Repair 25 years experience TEN LITTLE FINGERS BABY SHOPPE 3464 Summer Avenue Phone 4-3639 Memphis, Tennessee 1.1, HAYWIE PEST CONTROL Termited Repairs Phone 33-1230 BICKNELL'S BIG STAR FOOD STORE A complete Food Market 3572 Chelsea at National Congratulations for THE HOME EQUIPMENT COMPANY 2529 Summer Avenue Phone 33-2651 George Bates Ben Miller Bert Bates RAINBOW FOOD SHOP "Just a good place to eat" 1856 Madison Avenue FORBES AND STEWART 3043 Jackson Avenue MADDOX BROS. CLEANERS Finest in Cleaning - Phones - Charge it at your BLACK AND WHITE STORE Phone 34-9369 4 Stores in Memphis Plant 31-7340 Branch 48-7244 For dependable and reliable TEXICO SERVICE Aococac 8. PETERSON'S C. E. WARREN State Farm Insurance Agency FIRESTONE STORES Groceries Gnd Meats lc d Ei . 3183 summer Avenue Phone 48-4463 Jncegilif Tefqrgsfln 'W Home' Phone 34 3574 Auto Life Fire Free Delivery DAVIDSON VARIETY STORE 1996 Raleigh Road Memphis, Tennessee Children's Wear, Gifts and Toys Phone 3 4-9210 DeKOSKIE HEATING COMPANY Lennox Furnaces 1792-Madison Avenue Phone 36-4911 ETTINGOFF'S DRY GOODS 3386 Macon Road Phone 4-4471 Memphis, Tennessee 1.11 Ray Bros. Garage 33 75 Summer Phone 4-6670 Compliments of CAROLE'S BEAUTY SALON 3479 Poplar Phone 48-4550 EVERGREEN CLEANERS 81 LAUNDRY Three Convenient Locations 2406 Summer Avenue Phone 34-8844 1054 Jackson Avenue Phone 2-2389 836 Thomas St. Phone 8-7848 Compliments of RYE'S BARBER SHOP 4446 Summer Avenue Compliments of High Point Self-Service Laundry 483 High Point Terrece SHOP at WEONA 64 795 Pope Street FRIENDLY and COURTEOUS SERVICE Phone 34-6018 Free Delivery BILL LEONARD Auto and Home Appliances Macon and National Phone 33-8776 Let Us Restyle Your Old Furs Capes and Stole: Made LEWERS FURS. 1784 Madison Phone 36-7403 ROY NORMENT Your Mobilgas Station 3459 Jackson at Pope Phone 48-4731 Memphis, Tennessee SMALL SHELL SERVICE 3888 Macon at Maria EASY-WAY SUPER MARKER NO. 1693 South Lauderdale Compliments of THE SILVER HORSE SHOE MOTOR LODGE 4508 Summer Avenue FRANK BLACK SERVICE STATION Pure Oil Products Westinghouse Appliances 3069 Summer Avenue Memphis, Tennessee Congratulations to the '54 Senior Graduating Class GLENN'S COLLEGE INN 3521 Walker Ave. We Specialize in all Haircuts, Crewcuts too HIGH POINT BARBER SHOP 477 High Point Terrace Your Hand 8. Power Mower Sales and Service Dealer WAGNER SALES 81 SERVICE CO. 2913 Summer Avenue Phone 49-6433 Compliments of "A Friend" MOFFATT'S SERVICE STATION 2973 Summer Avenue Memphis, Tennessee Compliments of 12-5 Home Room SUMMER AVENUE MOTOR CO. 2509 Summer Avenue KAISER-WILLY'S DEALER Phone 33-8541 JJEWII NWIIING Cm , egg , , GUNS 6. AMMUNITION Cong ratulatlons and Best Wlshes 0 FOOTBALLS 5 BASKETBALLS SCHOOL LETTERS 6. PENNANTS IACKETS 6 AWARD SWEATERS ,fx To the Faculty and Sensors Q SPALDING LOAFERS ll 5. SADDLE oxronns . , ron MEN 6. woman 7' M'H"1 VOLLEY BALLS JOHN s sMm-I My QW iff? ing sr-los s1zA'rr:s XEAGINTS la - ' ' Mfvrlfifhrml 'GOLLJSMIIII ' 'I Af-2:5i2frfASQe - .- - - -. A. -. Helen of Memphis Compliments of G766lZ.Wg5 SOUTHERN Z0 ourcgoodfffzmdf all LAMINATING COMPANY 1601CLANCY Helen Slmp IN THE CENTER OF BEAUTIFUL MEMPHIS JOE SULLIVAN F- F- 31 L- Compliments of Congratulations to Seniors of 1954 HOME DECORATING 8, REMODELING MERRIT1 MQSBY gl ASSOCIATES COMPANY ' 1365 Union Avenue HAH Work Guammeedu TURNER'S GULF SERVICE Compliments of Office 2,3715 4537 Summer Avenue THOMAS' DEPARTMENT STORE Home 33,6396 gl 34,4467 Phone 48-7674 ree 1241 Th sf f Complele amos Road Service-Tune Up-Brake Service ' I coMPuMENTs C0mP""'e'I'5 of Vegllo 5 Cale OF WILSON SUNDRIES 4535 Summer - H -Mad Rav'ola - Chicken A FRIEND 983 Berclair Road om' Shall - 'SM Food gaine- LEAWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH ED. W. HASTEY CONTRACTOR Commercial- Boiler 8. t-urnace are our Specialty "Drive Safe - Keep Memphis Safe" 3638 Macon Road Dr. T. T. Crabtree, pastor The "Welcome Mat" is always Out COMPLIMENTS OF Congratulations Compliments of Y TEENS GRIFFIN HOTEL SAFETY SERVICE CO. 184 Linden 3'l'l4 Summer Avenue JOE DeCARO'S 7- Weona Food Store Na. 96 SMEADS JEWELRY DEwEY's Auto ssnvlcs ass N. Highland Ph. 34-1304 Jewelry and Watch Repairs General Auto Repairs "Shop with home folks in a friendly '355 Modlson Ph' 2-7837 N230 Gayoso Ph. 37-0328 atm-olsphere. Come in as you are." I - I - Compliments to Seniors of 1954 O. J. Barsotti 2562 Summer Avenue Compliments of WINSLER HOWE 1093 National 48-5i'l0 John A. Winsler, Owner Q Leawood Bakery Wedding Cakes Party Orders DELICIOUS BAKED GOODS 3670 Macon Road Phone 34-2850 RIDGECLIFF DRUG STORE Clifford Y. Davis, Owner Phone 34-6060 Compliments of lSOBEL'S Ladies', Children's and Infants' Wear 4493 Summer Avenue Phone 34-8431 RAY GAMMON'S Drive-in Restaurant Air-Conditioned 2374 Summer Avenue "A Good Place To Eat" TATUM'S QUALITY SHOES Shoes for the Entire Family Poll Parrot 81 Star Brand 3421 Summer Avenue Memphis, Tennessee JACK'S DRIVE-IN MARKET Open from 7:00 till ll:OO 7 days a week 3425 Macon Road Compliments of STANDARD BUILDERS SUPPLIES INc:. GENERAL HARDWARE 8- SUPPLY COMPANY 4447 Summer Avenue Phone 34-445l Hardware-Paints-Appliances-Sporting Goods JUDD'S DRIVE-IN Real Smokehouse Barbecue HOME AND GARDEN 2212 Raleigh Road Phone 34-50I0 HARDWARE Co. INC. 3311-I3 Jackson Avenue KRoNE's PAN-AM SERVICE STATION Compnmems of Weono 140 3215 Jackson Avenue Memphis, Tennessee Phone 34-9396 SUMMERFIELD FURS 106 South Main 3386 Bowen Avenue Phone 4-7326 WAGON WHEEL TRADING POST 4529 Summer Avenue Frankoma Pottery Gifts, Souvenirs, Novelties I FERRELL DRUG STORE PEG'S HOME LAUNDRY 4525 Summer Avenue Wash and Fluff Dry Laundry Finished 465 High Point Terrace Phone 4-3388 JAY'S NATIONAL FOOD MARKET 3413 Summer Avenue Phone 4-61 14 NOBLE CLEANERS Jackson at National One day Service Phone 34-9082 NEWHOUSE AND COMPANY 124 Exchange Avenue "We Decorate the South" Signs, Decorations and Displays Phones 8-8916 and 34-0772 HIGHLAND HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH National at Faxon Dr. Slater A. Murphy, Pastor Extends Sincere Good Wishes to the Graduates and Our Great School COMPLIMENTS OF BUSTER'S BY-RYT NO. I BARNEY'S SHOE REPAIR 81 SPORTING GOODS GOOD LUCK BEST WISHES TO TREADWELL A FRIEND SANDRIDGE FEED STORE Seeds-Feed-Fertilizer-Pe' Supplies 4435 Summer Ave. Ph. 33-31231 Delivery Service PORTIS COX and SON MOTOR COMPANY USED CARS INSURANCE "Your Friendly Neighbor Dealer" 3010 Summer Ave. Ph. 4-5297 LEWIN 81 HALL STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHERS School Annuals and Composites Weddings - Portraits - Children - Commercial "Expert Picture Framing" Phones 7-4680 84 36-5662 'I626 Union Ave. Memphis, Tenn. JOHN R. WALLS ESSO STATION Seventh 8. Chelsea Memphis, Tennessee Road Service Phone 5-9357 COMPLIMENTS OF TREADWELL KEY CLUB YORK ARMS COMPANY "If lt's Sjmrling Goods IVe Ham? IW l62 So. Main Sfreel Phone 8-l2l7-8-l2I8 Memphis, Tenn. COMBS SUNDRY STORE FOUNTAIN SERVICE COMPLETE LINE OF COSMETICS WESTINGHOUSE LAUNDROMAT, authorized 981 Berclair Road Monday thru Friday 7 a. m. 8 p. m. Saturday 7 a. m. 6 p. m. James R. Allen, Prop. 3380 MACON RD. PHONE 34-0260 Cornplimenis of A SE I-I SUNDRIES 3534 Jackson Avenue Ice Cream . Sandwiches Cosmetics CHANCY and SON 323 Williford 34-5140 Experience since 1923 Have your sewing machine serviced by ALLYN'S CAFE HOME COOKED MEALs GFI expeff' Compliments of SERVE YOURSELF LAUNDRY U 3438 Jackson Avenue Comohmenfs from JACKSON AVENUE METHODIST 3417 MACON ROAD PHONE 34-9378 I YOUTH FEI-LOWSHIP Phone 42274 3471 Jackson Avenue "Everybody is Welcome" y cures SERVICE I VXA FOUNTAIN DISHES SUPREME . me muted .IRM .9nn l 864 ' -L igglalf, D 3 :frat cguisgizitbgrouniij 1, ' ' rg! DHI S I' Scrapbooks 0 Albums 0 Greeiing Cards 0 Gif+s ' tv5:"umT'Im'1'::'zs:w.o::lGround, I j Barbecue In QuF::Lf:SI.IofsxFor Privafo PRINTERS 0 STATIONERS 0 OFFICE OUTFITTERS I95-203 MADISON AVENUE E MEMPHIS HDI PIT BAR-BECUE ff ,Q fi aornso uNoEn AUTHORITY or THE COCA-COLA coMPANY av COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF MEMPHIS ESQUIRE - I MATTHEWS COMPLETE MKT. LAUNDRY 3. CLEANERS FQOD 3085. Summer Ave, QER4 o I 2.0 Q I 'f I ron PICKUP 8. DELIVERY DRIVE-IN SERVICE IU it I' 3103 Summer Avenue 'QU Open from6p. m. to 12 a. m. CALL 4-6624 AMPLE PARKING SPACE fo RQ, Compliments of R.O.T.C. OFFICERS and SPONSORS CLUB THRIFTWAY SUNDRIES 3270 Guernsey Free Delivery Fountain Service Compliments of SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY W 2-2122 Lnunnnv cL:AN:ns lint I1I.ELI'I.q ELI' Bettelii Compliments ot FUTURE HOMEMAKERS CLUB of AMERICA Congratulations I954 Seniors from The SHANGRI-LA IO: Hamburger 5c Coffee SWINDELL'S BEAUTY SHOP "Excusive But Not Expensive 8I .Summer Ave. Phone 4-9207 T. E. Swindell, Mgr. Compliments of JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY GRAVE'S BARBER SHOP 3536 Jackson Open 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Compliments of S.A.B. Compliments ot James S. Duke and Family GEO. H. HOLLEY INS. AGENCY 26 South Third St. Memphis, Tennessee Compliments of TREADWELL LIBRARY CLUB l' Fountain Service Cosmetics EAVES PHARMACY "We Deliver Prescriptions" A Complete Prescription Department School Supplies Candy 3291 Jackson Phone 34-2646 Compliments of DORRIS SHOP Compliments of North Side Bakery 3266 Guernsey 3438 Summer 48-0286 BLACKARD'S New, Enlarged, Compliments of One stop, Grocery and Market "We want to be your Florist JULlA'S FLOWER SHOP 3285 Jackson Avenue Phone 33-0075 Real Pit Barbecue Complete Fountain Service THE LATIN CLUB "Labor Omnia Vincit" 3283 Given - Phone 48-9017 Crawford's Drive In I 3498 Jackson Phone 33-7I55 I EPSl'O 014 PEPSI COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Front 316 South Street Phone 5-0788 A-A 'elevision Service Phone 34-9434 3264 Guernsey in Highland 'Heights Factory Authorized Service on Zenith 0 Philco 0 Sparton 0 Emerson 0 Dumont EXPERT SERVICE ON ALL MAKES Reasonable Rates-Expert Radio Service Felicitaciones GEORGE'S IRON WORKS Y Com liments of 2408 Summer Avenue p Buena Suede TRI S Ornamental Iron Work Del Club Espanol BOOSTERS A. 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