Treadwell High School - Eagle Yearbook (Memphis, TN)
- Class of 1959
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Q1 outstanding occasions that We believe represent the true picture of
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To jWilliam L. ' Maybry
, 20 Years at Treadwell I
We, the Annual Staff of 1958-59, dedicate this book
to you, our beloved principal, Mr. William L. Maybry.
Through the years you have inspired Treadwell students
with your ever-present interest, constructive discipline,
and unexcelled leadership.
Who, wearing a smile, was always ready to give a
word of encouragement or advice?-You, Mr. Maybry.
Who planned events and activities in the interest of
Treadwell?-You, Mr. Maybry. Who supported athletic
events and wever urged us to attend sports activities?
-You, Mr. Maybry. Who fostered a spirit of coopera-
tion between the faculty and students?-You, lVIr. May-
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We, the seniors, will always remember you 'with grati- di
tude and will benefit from your guidance. Inlclosing we
would just like to say, "Thanks forfbeing our Mr. Nlzay-
0 R FA VORI TE
A Recipient of Cofueted Honor
For the past thirty-five years, Treadwell's students
and alumni have appreciated the diligent talents of
Miss Leone Grammer, a member of our elementary
faculty. This amazing teacher possesses an extraordi-
nary knack for turning curious little boys and girls
into experienced little ladies and gentlemen with a
whole year of school behind them.
As a Commercial Appeal Favorite Teacher of 1958,
Miss Gramrner received well-deserved recognition. As
recipient of this honor she was awarded a two-weeks'
vacation in Jamaica.
MISS LEONE GRAMMER
Treaa'well's Favorite Teacher
Mid-South Favorite Teachers of 1958, Laura Truitt, Mary Hubler, Leone Gram-
mer, and Annie Ree Harvey, were graciously received by Mr. Borderwell, man-
ager of Tower Isle Hotel upon their arrival.
On the beach near Tower Isle Hotel, Miss
l Grammar leisurely enjoyed the Jamaican
TABLE OF CONTENT
1 Character improvement
A C - School particwation
h - Religious growth
GUIDANCE 1 Teacherpupzl relatwnshqn
EN T T - Fun and enjoyment
PA TRIO TISM - school loyalty
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Memphis Cit Board
Left: MR. WALTER P. ARMSTRONG-President
of Board of Education
MR. HARRY SHARP KSEATEDJ-Assistant Superintendent, Department of Guidance and Attendanceg MR. ELDON C. STIMBERT
QSEATEDJ--Superintendent of Memphis City Schoolsg MR. JOHN FREEMAN CSEATEDJ--Deputy Assistant Superintendent, Depart-
ment of Business Affairsg MR. FELIX OSWALT--Assistant Superintendent, Department of Plant Managementg MR. LEE THOMP-
SON-Administrative Assistantg MR. MORGAN CHRISTIAN-Assistant Superintendent, Department of Instruction.
Supervising the school program, planning the school
budget, and issuing books and materials are some of
the many time-consuming duties of the Memphis Board
of Education. Through the assistance of support of this
organization, educational standards of high quality are
established and maintained in the city's public school
system. We would like to express our appreciation to the
Memphis Board of Education for the guidance and in-
spiration they have given us.
Mr. Maybry reads one of the many letters he receives daily.
Spring days find Mr. and Mrs. Maybry working in their
During a break on a picture schedule day Mr. Maybry chats
with Joyce Hunt and Marilyn Word as staff members gather
Mr. W. L. Maybry, Principal
Heads Executive Staff.
Few students realize the many duties awaiting Mr. lVlaylJry and
his office force at the beginning of each day. Mr. Maybry often
finds himself deluged with questions and requests of students,
teachers, and parents concerning every phase of school life.
Mr. Maybryas most immediate duties are supervision of the
educational program, maintaining discipline within the student
body, and holding conferences with students and parents.
On registration day Mr. Maybry offers some helpful sugges- ,
tions to June Bryan, a puzzled senior.
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MR. F. A. FARINO
Mr. F arino discusses the junior high tournament ads with
John Dowtin, Leslie Wood, and Mary Frances Nelson.
MR. J. B. CHILDERS
ASSISTANT PRI CIPALS
Direct Their School Programs
Supervising the activities of Treadwell Junior High was the
never-ending job of Mr. Farino. He cheerfully performed all
of his many duties and willingly devoted many hours of hard
work to his numerous obligations.
Under the watchful eye of Mr. Childers were 45 teachers
and 1448 students. As elementary principal he guided the
young child toward higher education.
Jeffrey Holmes, Julianne Wintker, Marilyn Pope,
and Larry Walters drop in for a friendly chat with
Mrs. Wright, executive secretary, checks her schedule for Mrs. Turner, senior high secretary, cheerfully carries on her secre
the day, tarial duties.
Maintain Office Order
The many duties which supply our secretaries with a
busy daily schedule were met with hard work and pa-
tience. Mrs. Wriglit never had to wonder what to do
next. Every minute of her time was filled with checking
absentees, handling finances, checking credits, enroll-
inff new students and purchasing bookstore supplies.
her regular secretarial duties. Sending out transcripts
also kept her quite busy.
Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Suggs handled the business for
the junior high office and the elementary office respec-
tively in much the same way as did Mrs. Wright and Mrs.
Turner for the senior high.
Mrs. Turner, too, checked attendance in addition to
Mrs. Powell, junior high Secretary, begins the day by check, Mrs. Suggs, elementary secretary, pauses a moment during a busy
ing the absentee cards. day'-
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The Student Loan Committee is composed of Mr. Mayhry, M1-5, Two trophies, won by the P.T.A. are presented to Mr. Maybry by
Loenneke, Mrs. Crossno, Mrs. Sharp, Miss Willis finsetl, Mrs. F0TTCSt61'HHdM1'S. Perdue.
and Mrs. Brattain Cinsetl.
PARE T-TEACHER ASSOCIATIO
Co-ordinates Home and School
Founders' Day was commemorated by the
presentation of. a skit in which Mrs. Pardue
and Mrs. Raspberry portrayed the founders,
Alice Birney and Phoebe Hearst.
SEATED: Mrs. Harry
Sharp, Mrs. Lawson
Danielson, Mrs. Rad-
ford Neighbours, Mrs.
C. C. Collison, Mrs. J.
D. Bowen, Mrs. J. F.
Crossno, Mrs. Henry
Jones, Mrs. Henry
Raspberry, Mrs. L. P.
Beaver, Mrs. .lack
Wright, Mr. W. L.
Maybry, Mrs. HJ P.
Loenneke, Mrs. L. M.
Grant, Mrs. Bill Pitt-
man, Mrs. W. I. For-
rester, Mrs. .l. H.
Jones, Mrs. Robert Ar-
quitt, Mrs. L. R. Par-
The P.T.A., with its large membership this year, was enabled to parti-
cipate in more activities in our school. It had 44,332 members, making it
the largest association in Tennessee.
They engaged in many activities in order to meet the budget. Some of
these were the Curtis Publication Drive and the Spring Carnival.
The P.T.A. provided money for sending a delegate to Girls' State and
for five 35100 scholarships, which are given each year to deserving seniors.
They also sponsored T1'eadwell's Science Fair.
The interests of the P.T.A. went far beyond the school. Under the lead-
ership of their president, Mrs. J. F. Crossno, the P.T.A. endeavored to
promote the welfare of children and youth in home, church, and corn-
LUCENE BEST MARTHA MJSGT. THOMAS MARGARET EMMA BUFORD
English BLANCHARD BOYLE BUFFALOE Home Economics
English Military Commercial Junior FHA
Rifle Team Secretary Club
F AC LTY
Presents ct Challenge for I nofwled e
Treadwell's faculty was the stimulating spark that inspired our pro-
gram this year. Their enthusiastic interest and cooperation were appre-
ciated by each member of the student body.
While working conscientiously to transmit their knowledge, these
teachers also served as character-builders through their high ideals and
principles. Such wholesome influence will indubitably affect tomorrow's
Aside from their classroom hours members of the faculty devoted their
own time to the personal counseling of students. Their friendly advice
and intense concern with individual problems, vocational decisions, and
college plans strengthened the student-faculty link.
Once again we find the faculty's interest in student affairs manifested
by their donation of time and assistance with extracurricular activities.
Without their service as chaperons and advisors, Treadwell's club and
social program would he impossible.
We salute you, our faculty, and render our -most sincere gratitude
for your ever present inspiration.
FRANCES MARY ELEANOR
English Speech, Thespians
INEZ CRAIG BRUCE CRUMPTON SGT. RICHARD
English Industrial Arts DAVIS
Engineers Club Military
.lunior High Cheer-
CLARA CHARLOTTE ANNIE ELLIS
DUNAWAY EDMONDSON World History
Librarian Geography World History Club
KATE EMMETTE GEORGIA FEILD
Junior Honor Society
E. T. FOWLER HAROLD ANN GUYTON
American History FREDERICKS Mathematics
Senior Honor Society Industrial Arts Junior Advisor
MARTHA ANN FRED HARDKE
HARDIMAN Physical Education
Music Head Football Coach
Assists With Extracurricular Activities
Junior Honor Society
Senior Red Cross
ROSS HARTON .IOSEPHINE
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Leading the way for the Treadwell R.O.T.C. battalion during the Armistice Day 93' lnencan mow
garage are sponsors, Mrs. Mary Alice Parker and Mrs. Annie Ellis, chauffeured TIPS Club History Club
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MARCELLE ELZIE HUTCHENS MILDRED JAMES
HUNSAKER Science Chemistry
English Safety Patrol Y-Teens
Quill and Scroll
Mr. Maybry and Miss Tisdale seriously discuss the problems of registration day.
Encourages HL h
NELLIE JENKINS ELLA DALE JETER
Junior Library Club Scllolarships
ALICE JOHNSON EVA JOHNSON
Junior Honor Society
MARY KING RUBY KING
Senior Honor Society
VIDA MAE EVELYN LESLIE LEATA LEWIS
LAURENZI ' ' English' English
History , Junior Y-Teens
W. M. LINEBERRY BILL LUTTRELL
Commercial American History
Law Club Junior High Coach
MINNEOLA MORRIS ERLINE NATIONS EVELYN OAKLEY MARY PARK MARY ALICE
Commercial Mathematics Tennessee ' Latin PARKER
Junior Honor Society History Latin Club gzghfweigatics
I nstills Greater Ambitious
MAXINE JOE PETERSON
Spanish Junior High Coach
ELISEBETH ADELE POPE
S XEILLIPS Mathematics
Members of the coaching staff, along with Mr.
Maybry, pose before their caricatures at the annual
POWELL PUCKETT EDNA RATCLIFF J. D. REDING ROSE SLAUDE SCOTT
Science Mathematics Science ng is is ory
Football Coach Science Club 1 Science
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ELIZABETH MARY SPANGLER
MSQMERVILLE Special Class
Junior Honor Society
Eeveral members of the faculty watch attentively the occurrences at the football
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HELEN STAHL BUFORD TAYLOR MARGARET
A1-L Commercial TISDALE
DFWAYNE TUCKER WILLIAM VICKERY SUE WALKER SGT. IAN WALTERS LUCILLE WALTON
Algebra Industrial Arts Commercial Military A English
Engineers' Club NCO Club
PATRICIA ALLEN MARIE ANTHONY DOROTHY BACON RUTH BENTLEY JEANNE BRYANT FRANCES
Fourth Grade Second Grade Fourth Grade Third Grade Sixth Grade CASTLEMAN
HAZEL CLAYTON ERNEST DEAN TRILLA DOWTIN EVELYN DRAKE VIRGINIA FLY NORMA JEAN
Sixth Grade CROWDER First Grade Fifth Grade Third Grade GODSEY
Sixth Grade Fifth Grade
Elementar F acult Forms the Basis for Learnin
Steadfastly molding the minds of our youth, the elementary fac-
ulty laid the framework for tomorrowis world. Upon the shoulders
of these teachers lay the task of developing personalities and of
teaching the fundamentals so necessary to modern education.
Aside from being well-trained teachers, this group also served
as part-time mothers, nurses, and big sisters. As the twig is bent,
so grows the tree: this motto inspired our faculty to the high achieve-
ments they attained this year.
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LAURA GRAHAM LEONE GRAMMER RUBYE HAMRIC Supervising playground activities is one of the
Second Grade First Grade First Grade dUi1eS Of the ClemGma1'Y teacher-
MARGARET HAYNE KATHRYN I-IAYS BOBBIE ANNIE HOUSTON LOUISE HOUSTON MARTHA KEITH
First Grade Fifth Grade S HOI6LOdWAY Fifth Grade Fourth Grade Fourth Grade
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KATHRYN LESTER NITA LOWERY MILDRED HELEN MILLER HANSFORD LOLA MOORE
Fourth Grade Fourth Grade McCARLEY Second Grade MILNER Fifth Grade
First Grade Second Grade
SARAH NEWSOME MILDRED ODOM MARY PENICK VIRGINIA PHELAN LOUIS PORTER MARY PRIVETT
Sixth Grade Third Grade Second Grade Third Grade Sixth Grade Fifth Grade
MISS MARY QPENICK RETIRES
For the past thirty-two years Miss Mary Penick served
as an inspiring, stimulating example for Treadwell stu-
dents. Her devotion and ability as a teacher have con-
tributed, not only to the development of individuals, but
also to the academic level of the school.
Miss Penick, may you leave with the knowledge that
your departure is' regretted and that your presence Was HELEN RAINES PEARL SCOTT JUANITA SEGNERI
Very greatly appreciated. Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Third Grade
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After finishing his vegetables, an elementary student MIS- Vivian Vaughn sets 2111 CXHHIPIC of the cheery Service
purchases his dessert from Mrs. Carrie Arata. given every student in the lunchroom.
Our cafeteria is under the expert direction of Mrs. Elsie Ison, head
dieticiang Mrs. Esta Milam, and Mrs. Vivian Vaughn, assistant cafe-
teria managersg and Mrs. Carrie Arata, head cashier.
Steaming plate lunches are served to 3,000 students daily. One
porter and twenty-three maids assist in the cafeteria. Special meals are
planned for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. The favorite menu
, of the senior high is roast beef, dressing, English peas, potatoes, apple
rg pie, ice cream, and milk.
The application of speedy arithmetic is a require-
ment for Mrs. Esta Milam's daily tasks in our cafe-
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performing one of his more routine jobs. Opening the locker of a careless
student who has lost his locker key is a frequent ritual for our head cus-
Heading tl1e maintenance crew after school hours is Mr. H. R. Harwell,
our night custodian Knot picturedl. As the newest addition to our staff of
custodians, Mr. Harwell is doing a fine job. t
MAI TENANCE STAFF
Keeping Treadwell clean was a mammoth task! Through the ef-
forts of one of the finest school maintenance staffs in Memphis, the
students and the faculty of Treadwell were able to enjoy clean build-
ings and healthful facilities. To these unseen people in our school
life goes a vote of thanks from both students and faculty.
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performance at the Dallas State Fair.
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leader ,Rfiis the lJan wW:llot Time In The Old Town
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problem of registering for the last time.
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caught viewing the NT" for Treadwell
made up of the names of the 1959 foot-
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and Ronnie Swain decorate the goal post he-
fore a football game.
Presented 6'Dear Ruth"
Quaid .C. Battalion in the Armistice
Barbara Gunn and John Neal sell the "Eagle's Call"
to A. C. Williams. Glenna Boalcs, Francis Perry, and
The football players and their enjoy
Wayne Rushton presents a bouquet of roses lo
the Football Queen of 1959, while her alternates
and Mildred Ballinger look on.
Banquet Honored Football Team
onnie Durby and David Howard
the football team of 1959-1960
Ralph Flanigan, paid a
ll Left: Bill Jones, Linda Laney, Craig Leake, Tommy Geiger, and Kay
Scliuele take part in the Christmas play.
Joe Rhodes accepts the championship trophy
from the Moose Tournament after Treadwell
beat Bartlett 4-1-36. wk
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the elcva ll
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as the other recipients
around the piano to request a favorite number
Judy Forrester, Lauran Waldran, Ron-
Hannings, and Larry Davis study the
for their appearance on "Quiz-'Em on
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White Ticket, delivers the speech.
which won him the office of presi-
dent of the Student Advisory Board.
Dr. Cletus Oakley from Haverford
ford, Pennsylvania, explains a new type
to a group of math students.
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award in the girls division of the Treadwell Sci-
ence Fair to Lauran Waldran.
Honor Society Tapped
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with his fresnel lens
Miss Johnson, the senior class
sponsor, measures Ervin Mont-
gomery for his cap and gown.
These Treadwellites, coached by Bill McClain, volunteered
for the American Legion baseball team.
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ln the Physics division
.luniors and seniors dance to the music. of 'Bob Morris in the Continental
Ballroom of Hotel Peabody, scene of the long-awaited Prom.
Darnell Rye, Jimmy
Nichols, and Ran-
first seen exchanging
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assembly during Crime Week.
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display their class rings
Lott, and Corky Irwin
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.l. W. Mayo, discuss with Mr. Mayhry
for Jimmy's college education
These students, exemphfymg, many of Treadwells semors lnter
ested in continuing their education, are seen in Miss Jeter's room
browsing through college catalogs.
Graduation Came at Last
Mr. Al Marcus, Director,
are as follows: First
Graves, Sherry Cockran,
row: Rita Watkins, Carolyn
Cole, Maureen Hamrick, Linda
riffin, Joy Bizzell, Gail Hoover.
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Seniors look on as the second team takes over.
Treaclwell .........,..,.,, 0
Treadwell ...........,..,. 7
Treadwell ...v............ 7
F rayser .....
FIRST ROW: Baker, Bulge, Scott, Snipes, Vaughn, Burkeland, Mash-
bum, H. Jones, Hamrick, Cook. SECOND ROW: Sanders, King, Halford,
Ware, Perry, Cunningham, Sullivan, Rushton, McGoff, McAfee, Patter-
son, Johnson, Lee, Howell. THIRD ROW: Mendez, Brown, F. Brown,
TREADWELL 0 CATHOLIC 20
Playing bruising football, the Eagles battled the
Terriers to 0-0 for the first three periods. With
four minutes gone in the fourth quarter Catholic
scored three times to hand Treadwell a 20-0 defeat.
TREADWELL 14- FRAYSER 0
With the Treadwell defense starring, the Eagles
defeated the Frayser Rams by a score of 14-0. Scor-
ing the touchdowns for Treadwell were Charles Hal-
ford and Benton Patterson.
Treadwell .,.............. 0 Catholic ................ 20
Treadwell ................ 7 South Side
Treadwell ............., 27 East ..........,.. ....,... 7
Treadwell .............. 12 C.B.C. ..... .....,..,. 2 0
Treadwell ..,..,...,.... 1 9
J OE SULLIVAN
Ray, Coy, Durby, Reinhardt, Higginbotham, Duke Geiger,
Fairley, Crowe, Morris. FOURTH ROW: Myrick, Holland
Walton, Miner, Mmm, Howard, Mohrmdm, E. Mccoff, K.-:pf
ler, Richards, Meadows, Millwood, W. Brown, Nabors.
TREADWELL 20 TECH 7
In the closing seconds of the first quarter, the
Yellowjackets went ahead of the Eagles 7-6 on an
intercepted pass. Tackle Jim Fairley made the most
exciting play of the game in the second half by
going all the way with a blocked punt. Also scor-
ing during the game were Burge and Martin.
TREADWELL 0 HUMES 7
With one long run in the closing seconds of the
second period the Humes Tigers defeated the Tread-
well Eagles 7-O. The remainder of the game was a
defensive battle. ,
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Treadwell's powerful line opens a hole in C.B.C.'s front wall
through which Robbie Martin is able to score.
TREADWELL 12 C.B.C. 20
Playing one of their best games of
the season, the Eagles led the highly
favored Brothers 12--6 at halftime. The
Brothers scored twice in the third quar-
ter to make the final score 20-12. Going
over for Treadwell were Burge and
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mell, and Whitaker.
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McGoff sprints aroimd end to pick up yardage against Central
warriors but loses 34-7.
TREADWELL 7 MESSICK 0
With one startling play in the second half Russell
McGoff iigzagged 55 yards for the only score of
Treadwell ............,... 0
Treadwell .............. 1 3
Treaclwell .............. 13
Treadwell ................ 7
Treadwell .....,........ 27
Treadwell .............. 33
Our coaches put in many long hard hours both
on and off the field. Whether teaching the funda-
mentals, or scouting the other teams, the coaches'
day is a long one.
To this year's coaching staff, several new faces
were added. Joining our excellent coaching staff
headed by Coach Hardke, was the capable line
coach, Coach Powell Puckett, and taking charge of
the "B" team this year was Coach ,loe Peterson.
Last, but not least, is "Doc" Fowler, who is always
standing by to administer first aid to the injured
player. Under their combined efforts, the team
learned valuable lessons in teamwork and sports-
Treadwell scores only to lose to the powerful Southside
JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES
Germantown ........ 33
Messick ---- ..... ...,. - -O
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White Station -------6
Frayser .. ............. 12 fiitfsf.-f7'lf'
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Coaches Hardke and Puckett demonstrate proper blocking as Coach
Peterson and "Doc" Fowler look on.
FRANCIS PERRY b
Back JIM KING
TREADWELL 27 EAST HIGH 7
During the East High game Russell McGoff fired
the Eagles up by making the first touchdown, with
Buddy McAfee adding another tally in the same
quarter. The team wasn't satisfied until Bozo Ware
had scored twice on passes, leaving the final score
Treadwell --- ........... ---- .... -2
Treadwell ...... ......... 2
Treadwell ...... - ....... 1
Treadwell ..,....................... 2
Treadwell ---- ........ - ...... --.-2
Treadwell .......... ............
Treadwell ---- ........
FIRST ROW: B. Colvin, L. Scott, D. Joyner, R. Coleman, J. Escane, H. Cotten. SECOND ROW:
R. Smith, M. Slaton, P. Templeton, M. Luton, D. Autry, D. Sticht, J. Fowler, C. Porter, THIRD
ROW: B. Allen, J. Rodgers, R. Grant, R. Ballard, R. Henson, T. Gatewood, B. Phillips, D. Mills,
H. Pittman. FOURTH ROW: D. Jamison, M. Breckinridge, F. Compton, R. Camp, O. Mills, J.
Learn Athletic Skills
Under the fine coaching of Bill Luttrell and Claude
Scott, the 1958 Baby Eagles enjoyed a very successful
year. While winning six, they only lost one game in regu-
lar league play. Although the Baby Eagles were forced to
'forfeit three ball games, they gained experience and dis-
played good sportsmanship throughout the year.
Interest in the football team was displayed by the fact
that only three members quit the team during the year.
The Baby Eagles will lose twenty-one team members in
June, but there are nine returning lettermen for the next
Glenda Chadick, Judy Collison, Sharon Smith, Penny James, Joann Warren, Sandra Pear-
son, Brenda Davis, Gayle Bowen, Shelia Witt.
' Promote Spirit t
Behind our winning junior
high team this year, we had a
very energetic group of cheer-
leaders. These nine girls, with
the cooperation of the student
body, did a fine job of keeping
the Baby Eagles' spirit flying
throughout the whole season.
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ingsbury ....... ......... 7
herwood .......... ......... 0
hire Station ....... ..,..,... 0
essick ........... ......... 7
ast ...... - ..... .... ......... 0
olonial ..... ....... 2 6
This ycar's junior high managers are B. G. Petty and Jim Bacon.
Coach Luttrell and Coach Scott discuss a new play before an
A fine season was enjoyed this
year by the Treadwell Pee Wee foot-
ball team. They tied for the division
championship but lost the right to
play for the city title by losing the
play-off game in their division.
In their first year as junior high coaches at
-' ' Treadwell, Coach Claude Scott and Coach Bill Lut-
trell compiled a very impressive record. Through
their energetic efforts much interest was revived
in our junior high football program.
FIRST ROW: B. Caldwell, D. Hardesty, J. Temple, F. Haynes, B. Rocks, B. Scott, J. Coy,
M. Hansen. SECOND ROW: B. Loftin, E. Wilcox, D. Rodgers, B. Webber, S. Morrow, D.
Baldridge, B. Dye, R. Henry. THIRD ROW: T. Adams, Managerg L. Lunsford, B. Rowe, R.
French, W. Woody, B. Owens, L. Baker, M. Brewer. FOURTH ROW: R. Halford, M. Falls,
C. Beard, C. Kinser, C. Calicutt.
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All-Memphis nififfiad Tfiim 7,
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Alfstegwna the C.B.C. game.
- ate Tournament
Honorable Mention STATE TOURNAMENT
All-State We They
PREP LEAGUE GAMES
Nashville West .......................... -.- 47 45
First Round Second Round Meigs County ,---- w -------' - --.------4V-----! 35 53
We They We They PRESEASON GAMES
East ........ 63 4,6 53 446
Tech ..... .. ........,..... 73 447 647 50 , , We They
South Side ..,..,.,.. 55 36 78 44 Millington ----- W- ----f'-' - -----4- -e-----H 65 26
White Station 81 541 73 4.7 Mnnngtnn --N -------4 - ------- --W---H 64 37
Messick ..... ,. .....4.... 58 56 85 42 Jackson ------'------------------- ---M-----1 -4--- 64 45
Central ----nn GC1'IT1E1I1.lIOWIl ....................... .. ......... ..
Frayser ...,.. 83 55 55 42 MOOSE INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
Kingsbury ........ 80 52 62 440 We They
C3tl'lOllC ...... Savannah -nnu-n-Nu-u--- -M.-hu
HUUICS .....,.. Bartlett -M-u---H-Wun-----uv-M--an---no
C. B. C. .......,.. .. ..... 417 4-1 80 48
' 29TH DISTRICT TOURNAMENT
8TH REGIONAL TOURNAMENT
We They Catholic . ..,... -- ..... --.-,--- ..,, ---W 49 - 30
Grand Junction ........ ....., 6 0 38 Whitehaven - 4 mmm-N 75 37
Mme ,3--74r1r,--333+-,-,- 4 r,r--.--r-3-r.4r--334+ at 47 42 C. B. C. g11Q1g1iii3Q1 ,,3.., W 71 45
RSIYICI' ..................... .. .......... ,. ............... East Qu-an D- --nm--um---n i 644
At left: Byron drives for two
as Treadwell overcomes Central
29 to 28.
At right: Smith rebounds for
Treadwell as the Eagles close
the Prep League season with
an 80-48 victory over C.B.C.
J OE RHODES
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Coach McClain gives the team a "pep" talk before the C.B.C.
Pyron makes two points as Treadwell rallies to beat East 64-50
TREADWELL 58 MESSICK 56
This early season game produced
many thrills in a 58-56 win for the
Eagles. The game was tied six times
throughout the last half. All five of
the Eagles produced double figure scor-
ing in a balanced attack.
TREADWELL 29 CENTRAL 28
This was a slow down type ball game
with the Eagles freezing the ball for
ten minutes against Centralis zone de-
fense. This win was an early boost
for the Eagles who won 21 straight
TREADWELL 49 CATHOLIC 30
Again Treadwell was cold from the
field and played cautious ball to keep
from showing its defense to other teams.
A. C. Williams was high with 12 points.
in the finals oi the 29th District Tournament.
Memphis Commercial Appeal
TREADWELL 64 EAST 50
Treadwell led all the way in this
third meeting with East. Jerry Pyron
had 17 points and Joe Rhodes had
14. ln this game the Eagles captured
the first place trophy in the District
RAMER 52 TREADWELL 47
The Rainer game was a thrilling one
for the packed house at Memphis State.
Although we lost this close game in the
Regional, it assured us of a better
bracket in the State Tourney. A. C.
Williams was high man with 14.
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Rhodes drives in for a layup as Treadwell loses to Ramer 52 to
47 in the finals of the 8th Regional Tournament. '
FIRST ROW: Ronnie Annis, Jerry Richardson, Monty Slayton, Vic Petty, Tommy Sanders. SECOND ROW: Gary Howell, Tommy
Enos, Coach Peterson, Reed Bryan, Larry Burns.
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Strifves Toward Perfection
Successfully combining teamwork with skill carried the HB" team to a three-
way tie for first place in their division of the city prep basketball league. The
outstanding record of 18 games won and only 4 lost makes for a promising
senior team next year.
Fairley rebounds as Treadwell de-
feats C.B.C. 43-37.
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White Station... ...,...
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Annis scores as Treadwell takes Humes
B. C. Petty
UNI OR HIGH BASKETBALL
Prepares Tomorroufs Team
Development of tomorroW's team was one of the major team is proud to have B. G. Petty, league leading scorer
objectives of the junior high Eagles. Determination with as a teammate.
teamwork placed the team high in their division. The
Jordan tallies two as Treadwell
takes Gragg 37-26.
Jamison jumps for the .rebound
as Treadwell defeats Kingsbury
Petty sinks two as the huhy Eagles take Gragg.
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Sherwood ....... ..30
Colonial .,,.... .29
Tranung ...... ....... - .
JUNIOR HIGH SCORES
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- ....... 58
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Fred Haynes, Junior High Manager, prepares the equip
ment before a big game.
Junior High M399 Team
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FIRST ROW: Gary
Taylor, Bobby Dye,
S E C O N D ROW:
Mike Hansen, Larry
Cutts, Gene Wells,
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Coach Hardke shows Benton Patterson how to get a fast
Runs for Points
The past track' season proved to be very success-
ful for the Treadwell High cindermen. The Eagles
turned in victories in almost every meet. Last year
Coach Hardke worked long and hard with the
members of the team and it was very evident in
This year the track team will have two coaches.
Coach Harclke will return and Coach Puckett will
also work with the cindermen. Both are hoping to
have a fine season.
Ronnie Durhy tosses the discus.
Mike Mendez prepares to pole vault
Coach Puckett helps Pat Exley to throw the shot.
-l Dick Burge warms up for the 440 relay
DOUGLAS J ANSS
Shoots for Low Scores
Although golf is a minor sport and does not re-
ceive as much recognition as other sports, this factor
does not dampen the spirits of the team. Every
Saturday in the spring one can find the team on
the fairways of Galloway Golf Course. They put in
many hours of practice, striving always to improve
their game. Last year the golf team placed fourth
in the city and are hoping to do as well this year.
Warming up for the annuaI'Cross Country race are, from left to right:
McNe Neal, Houston, Wiseman, and Krotzer.
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"Doc" Fowler passes along some valuable information to some members
of the golf team.
Strides Against the Clock
Many long hours of hard running to get into
shape was very evident as the Treadwell Eagles
placed third in the annual Cross Country run.
The race is usually run on Thanksgiving morn-
ing, but had weather caused the race to be post-
poned for a Week.
On Saturday morning, December 5, the runners '
started on the grueling two-mile race over all types
of terrain. Runners crossed the finish line: Raymond
Wiseman,finished fourth, Bob McNeal eighth, Larry
Houston tenth, and John Neal eleventh among a
field of fifteen.
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r' RUSSELL Mccorr r
' 1 Outfielder
FIRST ROW: Meadows, Jones, South, McAfee, Halford, Williams. SECOND ROW: Whitaker,
V. Scott, Howell, Burns, Higginbotharn, Grimes, and McClain.
Coach Bill McClain in his first year as head baseball
coach, built a team for which all Treadwell was proud.
With energy and stamina, our boys had a successful sea-
son of 8 wins and 6 losses in the Memphis Prep League. I
We are hoping for a better record in the coming season
with six returning lettermen. These lettermen are Buddy
McAfee, A. C. Williams, Russell McGoff, Grady Miller,
Larry Higginhotham, and Bill South.
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Treadwell .........,.. 1
Treadwell .... ........ 7
Treadwell .,... ., ...,.. 9
'Treadwell ............ 3
Treadwell .,..,.,..... 5
Treadwell ............ 5
Tommy Scott and Larry Higginbotham, hull pen hurlers, warm up
before the game.
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Treadwell ............ 1
Treadwell ............ 6
Treadwell. ........... 7
Treadwell ............ 2
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BOY 9 PHY ICAL ED CATIO
Our Boys' Physical Education Department has
an objective program that will help to build the
Whole individual - his mind as well as his body.
Building physical fitness and alertness, as well
as teaching principles of fair sportsmanship, are
the primary ideals of this department. Through
instruction in the fundamentals of football, bas-
ketball, volleyball, softball, and track, the boys
learn the importance of mental keenness and
Boys do calisthenics under Coach Lutt.rell's direction
Coach Luttrell explains softball funda-
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Gordon, Betty Robison, Ginny Vernon.
SENIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS
X Miss Moriarty stresses i
In 3 ' physical fitness for
Provided Recreation am
Learning athletic skills, promoting good
sportsmanship, and enjoying fellowship were
the elements which combined to make a typi-
cal physical education class. The girls were
required to wear all white and to keep their
gym clothes neat ancl clean. Volleyball, basket-
ball, softball, shuifleboard, badminton, tum-
bling, and exercises sum up the sports for girls
Pennant winners in volleyball at Memphis State were
Ginny Vernon, Carol Durby, Linda Catewood, Linda
Charlene Hutcherson, Marjorie Elmore, Romelle Aikens, Joy King, Carol Y H'
Roy, Samxnie Gross, Sandra Pike, Winnie Schmidt, Mary Sue Harris,
Sherry Cochran, Marilyn Coker. Miss Moriarty is the instructor.
At the hoard in the girls' Health
class are Mrs. Dowdy, Judy Percer,
Brenda Smith, and Patsy Howell,
who explained facts about health and
Playing badminton under Mrs. Dowdy's instruction were Judy Jones.
Vicki Estes, Eva Cooper, Susan Rowland.
rains in New Skills
volleyball, basketball, and softball the
the homerooms. Health and home nurs-
form a part of this course. Tum-
gymnastics and lots of patience supplied
and variety. The overall results of these
activities was the acquisition of many new
JUNIOR HIGH VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS
Lahey, Dorothy Childress, Patsy Hellums, Virgie Hern-
don, and Eunice Burton. Cheyrl Peterson, Gwen Smart, Judy Smith, Russlyn Whitson, Sherry
A Schneider, Twila Wiles, Anita Falls, Gail Clark, Diane McMinn, Mary
Helen Tipton. Mrs. Dowdy was the instructor.
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Kathy Ball, and
Barbara Tapp study
their first year
Adventure, romance, knowledge, and satisfaction-
these are the elements found in Treadwelfs foreign lan-
guage courses. Students who clelvecl into the two lan-
guages offered at Treadwell, Latin and Spanish, were
enlightened as to the customs and cultures of the foreign
lands. Study of a classical language broadened vocabu-
laries, while knowledge of a romantic language was put
to conversational use.
Mrs. Patterson points out an
interesting fact to her Spanish
students Dick Guthrie and
In junior English Miss Deadrick explains the principles of diagraniming as Betty Morris,
Shirley Graves, and Carolyn Maharrey illustrate to Shirley Nolen, Clif Jamison, and
Ella Meter, how it is done.
The development of a better vo-
cabulary, the employment of cre-
ative thinking and the correct use
of sentence structure were the es-
sential grammar goals of the Tread-
well High School English Depart-
ment. An individual cannot advance
in our modern complex world un-
less he knows the fundamentals of
speaking, writing, reading, and lis-
tening. Through the wide world of
literature imaginations were given
freedom to explore, appreciate, and
understand the arts.
Speech courses, which are very
popular in our school, teach invalu-
able skills which better equip the
individual to communicate his ideas
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Art classes provided the gifted
student with a chance to show and
develop his talents. The students
made valuable contributions to the
school by assisting with the publicity
of coming events and by providing
colorful exhibits. This year's out-
standing project was the designing
of the scenery for the Junior-Senior
In senior English,
Michael Doris, Dixie
Austin, Nouvell Cor-
don, Larry Douglas,
and Lynn Fly discuss
the illustrations from
Ivanhoe with Miss
Larry Cardin, Brenda Cavitt, Richard Williams, and Helen Zumbro display their talent
in art as Miss Stahl lends a helping hand.
As Emanual Cheek describes a hexagonal prism, Miss Johnson and her solid geometry class listen attentively.
MATHE AT ICS
In the field of mathematics stu-
dents found an outlet for- their rea-
soning power and initiative. Neatness
and accuracy are two musts of the
math student. The mathematics
classes offered at Treadwell often
provide the basis for future careers.
Ruler and chalk in hand, Dot Moffatt, ,lack Little, Betty Robinson, and Pete Brown wait
for Miss Jeter to give them further assistance with their plane geometry problems.
develop the rudiments of first year alge
Mrs. Nations observes her pupils as they
In our modern world, history plays
an important role in promoting cit-
izenship. Thrilling events from the
pages of the past were' relived as
students studied such topics as the
Civil War, Abraham Lincoln, and
World War II. A part of each day,
however, was devoted to the study of
current events, so that Treadwell
students would be well informed as
to the problems of our time.
PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY
John Elkins, Joe Neyman, Emanuel Cheek, Becky Phillips, Martha Faught, and Shirley
Diebolt listen as .loe Sullivan narrates a debate in problems.
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As Eddie Cash reads
about different coun-
tries, .lohn Elkins
points them out to
the members of Mrs.
Ellis' history class.
Driver Education enters the classroom as
Mr. Fowler discusses safe driving habits
with his history class.
Under Mr. Reding's supervi-
sion .lohn Collins, Allen Lacy,
Donna Roberts, Joe Morton,
and A. C. Williams prepare
experiments for their P.S.S.C.
Treadwell Seniors were given an opportunity to participate in
the revolutionary physics course prepared by the Physical Science
Study Committee. In the new course use was made of text books,
motion picture films, and numerous monographs. An effort was
made to stimulate creative ability rather than rote learning. This
course was offered in only five schools in the United States in
1957-58, but in 1958-59 it was offered in two hundred eighty
schools. Treadwell and Oak Ridge were the only two in Tennessee
offering the course.
With the help of Mrs.
James, Annette Gordon,l'
Bonnie Taylor, .lohn Can-
trell, Larry Hayes and Joy
Nancy Hannings, .loy Lott,
June Bryan, and Joe Mor-
ton expcriment with waves
in a ripple tank as Mr.
Hoffart, a visitation repre-
sentative ol the Physical '
Science Study Committee,
from Watertown, Massachu-
setts, and Mr. Rcding,
teacher of the physics class,
watch with approval.
In Mr. Puckett's chemistry class
the students watch as Kenneth
Miller, Ronnie Durby, Nancy
Rayner, and Lauran Waldran
demonstrate an experiment.
T-fe-' t, ,t,t
Heinz are studying the
skeletal system in biology
Mrs. Hutchens directs her
general science students
Jerry Levy, Don Moore, Du-
ane Mills, Judith Collison,
and Mary Helen Tipton in
their first attempt in a
Science is the key that unlocks the untold mysteries of the world.
Our classes aided the cultivation of curiosity, open-mindedness, and
cautious judgment. In biology the students working on insect and leaf
collections gained an understanding of our natural world. Chemistry
classes provided answers to the questions concerning the composition
Mr. Lineberiy stands by as Nancy
Levy, Betty Richardson, Karron
Leatherwood, .lim Reynolds, Frank
Willis, and Grady Miller discuss
the fundamentals of law.
Commercial law classes offered at Treadwell are based A knowledge of insurance, contracts, and other busi-
on the theme of consumer protection. This study gave ness forms was gained through the mastery of this
the students an insight inte the principles by which We subjectg thus, commercial law proved valuable in pro-
are governed. ducing well-informed citizens.
Miss Walker times Murray John-
son, Demetra Cullum, Marcbeta
Greene, Martha Bowen, and
Paul Pannell on a speed test in
their first year typing.,
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Training received in the office
practice classes provided practical
experience for the everyday prob-
lems in the business world.
Shorthand is a valuable asset in
all walks of life. Students taking
shorthand, learned the art of con-
densing words rapidly. Bookkeeping
courses at Treadwell taught the fun-
damentals of accounting, billing, and
recording. Treaclwellls commercial
classes were sound training for those
who planned to enter full time em-
ployment after graduation.
Mrs. Morris dictates a letter to her very attentive first year shorthand class.
Marilyn Word watches as Mr. Taylor shows her how the
bookkeeping equation A:L+P is used.
Mrs. Buffaloe teaches Peggy French, Judy Boartfield, Judy
Lee,h-and Brenda. Cavitt how to operate the various office
ECO OMI CS
Homemaking courses offered at
Treadwell trained girls in the various
aspects of providing pleasant sur-
roundings for a happy family rela-
tionship. Watching films, listening to
guest speakers, and participating in
panel discussions macle family rela-
tions interesting as well as practical.
The arts of food preparation and
clothing construction are the main
assets in the homemaker's life.
Sara Wier Georgia Sanders Charlotte McCracken Mary ferry and Mary Dutton prepare tantalizing cookies
Mrs. Buford makes sure her clothing class
understands the principles of constructing
their first garments.
Jerry Owens listens as Mr. Vickery explains how to ope rate the bending machine in metal shop.
Skill and accuracy are main assets for
shop students in their later careers as
carpenters and architects. They were
taught the fundamentals of carpentry
and model building, and learned the cor-
rect use of their equipment and materials.
The most industrious boys gained self-
confidence and valuable training in shop.
These young boys develop ability while working on their projects under Mr. Fred-
erick's supervision in model building.
Ray Prescott, Don Jackson, and Terry
Jones watch Mr. Crumpton as he shows
them how to operate the various machines
in wood shop.
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BAND MEMBERS-FIRST ROW: Walker, Colvin, Wintker, Bergdorf, Percer, McDaniel, Laney, C.
Bergdorf, Wilkes. SECOND ROW: Carr, Hathcock, F. Davis, Hite, Shipman, Stout, Windham, Mc-
Ewen, Herndon, Lee, Jamison, Morris, Moore, Medford, Spencer, Woodruff, Riddle, Knight, Noonan,
Sprague. THIRD ROW: Bledsoe, Martin, Hornbeak, Richardson, McGonagill, Chenoweth, Jackson
Hellums, Kirkpatrick, L. Davis, Cowan, Dew, Corder, Ellis, Morton, Sexton, Cockran, Archibald
Providing the finest in musical entertainment,
stimulating school spirit, and representing the
school at various civic events, were some of the
accomplishments of the Treadwell High School
One of the first accomplishments and un-
doubtedly the most memorable one for the hand
was a three day trip to the Texas State Fair at
Dallas. This trip was financed by two stage
shows in which talent from all over the Mid-
South was presented. Another out-of-town trip
was taken to Tupelo, Mississippi, in support of
the football team.
The hand played at every one of Treadwell's
football games. At four of the halves, the band
put on interesting and colorful halftime shows.
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Cunningham, Carman, Cantrell, Maxwell, Dody, Hurley, Emerick, Drake, Ragsdale. FOURTH ROW:
Brasel, Hudson, M. Knight, Moyers, King, Mills, Dunn, J. Davis, Lawson, Milstead, Gann, Vaughn,
Baker, Ruynor, Clark, Compton, Lott, Slover, Grubb, Howell, M. Davis, Ray, Vinson. FIFTH ROW:
Amold, Clark, McDaniel, Powell, Gray, Goforth, Dalrymplc, Durhy, Wilson, Norfleet, McBride, New-
man, Lewis, Hilliard, Crawford, Green, McCall, Hill, Rodgers, Smith, Berry, Barfield, Odom, Moore.
This year the band marched in the Armistice
Day Parade, the Christmas Parade, and the
Cotton Carnival Parade. Another important
event in which the band participated was the
formal opening of the annual Mid-South Fair in
Memphis.. The highlight of the year for the band
was a gala Christmas party given at the Hotel
Peabody, December 5. This party will long be
a fond memory for those members who attended.
In January the band held its annual mid-
winter concert which was a big success.
The band climaxed its year's work with its
participation in the graduation exercises.
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Performing at athletic contests, partici-
pating in parades, and taking out-of-town
trips are a few of the memories the band
seniors will always cherish.
FIRST ROW: McDaniel, Crawford,
Gann, Wilson, Vaughn, Arnold, Gray.
SECOND ROW: Walker, Cowan, Noonan,
Carr, Archibald, Ragsdale, Morton.
THIRD ROW: Emerick, Davis.
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Supervising classroom activities,
and setting a pattern of conduct
for the band members are some
of the duties of the senior band
FIRST ROW: Jackson, Librarian, Hill,
Custodian: Vaughn, Social Chairmang
Gunn, Drum Majorg Carr, Librariang
Noonan, Treasurer. SECOND ROW:
Walker, Student Director, Archibald,
Social Chairman, Davis, Presidentg
Cowan, Secretaryg Emerick, Merit Re-
corder, Ragsdale, Vice President.
Mr. Harlo McCall, director and talented
trumpet player, gives his rendition of
"Carnival of Venice" to a capacity
crowd at the stage show presented in
the fall. The purpose of this show was
to finance the band's trip to the Texas
State Fair at Dallas.
FIRST ROW: Hunt, Tate, Emerick, Nichols, L. Vaughn, Teeters, Flatt, Hurst, McCall, Roberts.
SECOND ROW: Taylor, Armstrong, Holt, Beard, Giordano, Wilson, Hogue, Lowery, Wilkes, Drake,
Houpt, Turner, Washam. THIRD ROW: Bullard, Allen, Warren, C. Lowery, Freeman, Tipton, Ennis,
Cowan, Halford, Rice. FOURTH ROW: Pitts, Wrlht, Presley, Hinchey, Brown, Favro, Jenkins,
Beaver, Todd, B, Davis, Smith, Casto, Graves. FIFTH ROW: Autry, George, Erwin, S. Compton, E.
Davis, K. Vaughn, Jacobs, Schneider, P. Compton, Clark, Lott, Martin, Walk. SIXTH ROW: Howell,
D. Wilson, Adams, Quatman, Cagle, Murdaugh, J. Vaughn, Dorris, D. Harris, Walker, Driver, Grant,
Scott, Long. SEVENTH ROW: Ethridge, Harris, Janes, Kernoedle, Riggans, Bellanti, S. J. Giordano.
JU D Shows Rapid Improvement
This year could only be described as one full of ex- I C
citement, entertainment, and achievement for the Junior I 1
High Band. Participating in activities at Treadwell for
the third year, the sixty-five member band worked very
hard to become eligible for the Senior Band next fall.
The band performed at pep meetings, football games, and
the Christmas Parade, and presented a concert in Decem-
ber for the elementary school. '
Our band practiced diligently in last minute preparation for
the Annual Spring Concert. X
Sandra Vaughn, the Treadwell Band Queen, and her
alternates, Kay Crawford and Suzy Gray, were an-
nounced at the Christmas Dance. The setting for this
annual social activity was Hotel Peabody.
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FIRST ROW: Spencer, Woodruff, Ellis, Morton, Walker, Cowan, Davis. SECOND ROW: Baker,
Ray, Vinson, Moyers, Emerick, Ragsdale, Drake.
Practical experience in the modern phases of instru- professional artists was tackled with enthusiasm by the
mental music was provided by the Stage Band. Anything students who comprise this band.
from presenting jazz concerts to accompanying local
Displaying marching precision, the Treadwell High School band performs at the military ceremony
in which the Memphis high schools received new R.O.T.C. flags.
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Sergeant Thomas Boyle frightj discuss plans for Fed- inspection of cadets' rifles in preparation for the event.
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Lieutenant Colonel Mary Parker, Honorary Lieutenant Colonel W. L. Mayhry, Honorary Lieutenant
Colonel Annie Ellis, Faculty Sponsorsg Master Sergeant Thomas Boyle, Instructorg Ser eant Firt
Class Richard Davis, Instructor.
RE ERVE OFFICER TRAINING CURP
Develops Leadership, Character and Sptrtt
"Tomorrow's Minute Men," is the motto of the Reserve
Officers Training Corps. The cadets are taught various
subjects: leadership, drill and command, weapons, map
reading and aerial photography, tactics, military organi-
zation, marksmanship, etc. It gives them the opportunity
to accept responsibility and leadership readily, aiding
them as they mature and become leaders of tomorrow.
Our participation in the Veterans Day Parade, com-
peting with the other six high schools, was an outstanding
event even though we did not march away with the
trophy as we did last year and three out of the last five
years. We let the other units know that Treadwell R.O.T.C.
is striving for first place again.
The drill team's visit to Vanderbilt for the all-state
Battalion Commander Lieutenant Colonel Larry Cockrum reviews
the Battalion with Mr. E. C. Stimbert, Superintendent of Memphis
City Schools, and Colonel E. P. Thompson, Chief of Tennessee
drill competition was a beau
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The annual Military Ball
with four hundred attending
The annual Command
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FIRST ROW: Arnold, Zumhro, Dungey, Hopkins, Souder, Van Eaton. SECOND ROW: Richardson,
Niernsee, Hargan, Jones, Wilson, Rowland, Whitaker, Williams, Bowen. THIRD ROW: Krotzer,
Honorary Cadet Johnson, Holt, Cash, Covington, Cotham, Witt, Billions, Enos, Ford, Hale, McCa1la, Byers, Pannell,
Lieutenant Lee, Coclcran, Hunsucker, McAfee.
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Platoon Leader SUSAN ROWLAND
First Platoon practiced its marching formation in order to win the "Best fP1'0m0lEd SSCOI1d
Platoon Ribbon." semester?
FRONT: Lacy, Howard. FIRST ROW: B. Mynatt, South, P. Brown, Bradsher, Kepler, Edwards,
Blair, Lott, Cranberry. SECOND ROW: Garrett, Deakins, McKay, Boggan, Foshee, Martindale,
Hogan, Mitchell, Rauls. THIRD ROW: Buffaloe, Jackson, Holliman, Hodge, Harris, Gaia, Baird, La
Barreare, Kelly, Kennemore. FOURTH ROW: E. Mynatt, Jordan, W. Brown, Walters, Mohundro,
Cook, Owen, Hawkins, Leake, Miller.
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ROW Exley, Tavema, Ballard, Ross, Biffle, Cannon Remhart Bennett Rus ell FOURTH ROW
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West. SECOND ROW: Coleman, Sanders, McCarter, Johnson, B. Smith, Lokey, Curley, Beaver.
THIRD ROW: R. Brown, McCray, Roberts, Thweatt, Boone, Jackson, P. Jones. FOURTH ROW:
Baker, Crabtree, B. Morrisette, Curry, Arrowsmith, Browning, W. Brown, T. Jones.
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FRONT: Harris. FIRST ROW: Foster, Vaughn, Coy, Hatcher, Morton, Ford, K. Smith, Lee. SECOND
ROW: Petty, Galloway, Nabors, McLain, Ryan, Hayes, Johnson, Simmons. THIRD ROW: Davis,
Scroggins, Sherrod, Richards, Shaw, Wilson, Nelson, Boals. FOURTH ROW: Campbell, Sowell,
Burns, Bryant, L. Brown, Bradford, Ferguson, D. Smith.
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FRONT: R. Black, Dunivant, FIRST ROW: Whitley, Gallarno, Pike, Cavender, Caldwell, Clark,
Chumley, Long. SECOND ROW: Taylor, Crowe, Cummins, Deckelman, Elder, Hall, Jamison. THIRD
ROW: Hardcastle, Gann, Tardy, Hughes, J. Black, Hornsby, Cotton, Coghill, Willis. FOURTH ROW:
Vopel, Mashburn, McCoff, Ford, Mooney, Krone, Enos, Swaffer.
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FRONT: Bennett. FIRST ROW: Nowlin, Nelson, Schrock, Scott, Reinhardt, Nixon, Duran, W.
Smith. SECOND ROW: Pennington, Simmons, Wright, Wolfe, Duncan, Moore, R. Brown, THIRD
ROW: Newman, Bun, Brannon, Bills, Annis, Bell, Ratliff. FOURTH ROW: Banks, Piercy, H.
Jones, Coolsby, Cox, Jennings, Bacon, B. McDaniel.
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Practicing to achieve Perfefir Hligrlmerlr, the Drill After a hard day's practice, Capt. B. Witt, F. Boling
Platoon Prepared for the State Drill Meet in the Guidon Bearerg and First Sgt. J. Cotham relax and
Spring. discuss the Drill Team's accomplishments.
KNEELING: Boliug. F IRST, ROW: Everson, Barbee, Coggin, Meadows, R. Mcuaniel, Carnes. SECOND
ROW: Weeks, Futrell, Branch, Patterson, Waldrup. THIRD ROW: Jacolis, Huffman, Rowe, Wood,
M. Black. FOURTH ROW: Mahaffey, Fletcher, Brehm, Curry, Stephenson.
FIRST ROW: R. Black, C. Jamison, J. Taylor, C. Sowell, Social Chairman: J. Pennington, Secre-
tary: V. Petty, Treasurer: L. Foster, Vice President: B. South, President: L. Moore, J. Tollison, E.
Houston. SECOND ROW: G. Martin, A. Lacy, F. Boling, T. Everson, A. Barhee, J. McHuffey, M.
Stevenson, P. Weeks, R. Laukhuff, L. Cardin. THIRD ROW: A. Warriner, J. Gronberry, B. Vopel,
J. Anderson, B. Childers, C. Percer, J. Simmons, J. West, T. West, D. Newman. FOURTH ROW:
D. Rauls, D. Guthrie, D. Whir1ey,.L. Mauldin, R. Whitaker, D. Bennett, R. Swaffer. FIFTH ROW:
D. Lee, R. Brown, W. Smith, B. Roberts, C. Davis, T. Jones, P. Miller. SIXTH ROW: G. Baker,
D. Jackson, R. Harris, D. Cornpbell, A. Nelson, J. Thoronberry, R. Prescott.
A dance and an all-night bowling party at which Cadet
Sgt. Dan Gallarno scored the most points were some of
the highlights for the NCO club, made up exclusively of
Keeping the Battalion in step and setting the "pace"
during the parade must be contributed to the R.O.T.C.
Some of the more important matches that our rifle team
fired in were the Third Army Match and the William
Randolph Hearst Match in which Cadet Sgt. Lacy fired
the highest score for Treadwell. Cadet Capt. Alfred John-
son directed the rifle team.
Top: FRONT: Knight.
FIRST ROW: D. Richard-
son, R. Baker, J. Spencer,
M. Davis. SECOND ROW:
R. Hurley, J. Hathcock, H.
Maxwell, R. Ray, S. Vin-
son, S. Sexton. THIRD
ROW: B. Doty, B. Wood-
ruff, B. Coffee, F. Bled-
soe, D. King, J. Howell.
At left: FIRST ROW: A.
Johnson, R. Billions, A.
Lacy, P. Pannell, E.
Knight. SECOND ROW: J.
McCalla, D. Lee, J.
Vaughn, L. Elders. THIRD
ROW: F. Schrock, B.
Clark, B. Howell, R.
Krone, F. Bledsoe, B. Cof-
ST UDE T ADVI ORY BOARD
Linking the faculty with the student body in a firm,
efficient manner, the Student Advisory Board capably
served Treadwell. A democratic form of student govern-
ment Was employed in the election of homeroom repre-
sentatives and general officers, as well as in council
S.A.B. provided many services such as monthly calen-
dars, monitors, office assistants, and the blessing followed
by music each day at lunch.
Assemblies came under S.A.B. planning. This group
also promoted special projects: citizenship week, Christ-
mas baskets, a student directory, and opportunities for
fun and recreation with occasional dances.
New officers of S.A.B. were presented at the
Inaugural Ball: Cleft to right? .lohn Neal,
Traffic Chief: Barbara Cz-mn, Girls' President:
Ralph Haynes, Boys' President, Gerry Easley,
Dr. Jerry L. Glisson, pastor of Leawood Bap-
tist Church, spoke to the student body during
an S. A. B. assembly.
These are the officers who
guided Treadwell's Student Ad-
visory Board: Cbottom to topl
Emily Hatcher, Social Chair-
mang John Neal, Traffic Chiefg
Gail Hoover, Secretaryg Bobby
Walton, Treasurer, Gerry Eas-
ley, Chaplain, Tommy Scott,
Social Chairmang Barbara Gann,
Girl Presidentg Ralph Haynes,
FIRST ROW: Ann Voss, Carol Kinser,
Kathy Ball, Vergie Hendron, Dixie John-
son, Delores Crabtree, Patsy Haines, Betty
Milton. SECOND ROW: Johnny Cotton,
Janet Hydrick, Charles Hatcher, Pat Fergu-
son, Robert Nelson. THIRD ROW: Jimmy
Cavender, Craig Leake, Jimmy Gann, Pete
Gay, J. C. Caviness, Henry Goggins.
FIRST ROW: Esther Dickson, Juanita Mc-
Gee, Katie Robbins, Annette Hawks, Emily
Hatcher, Judy Wilkes, Joyce Hunt, Donnie
Dennis. SECOND ROW: Jerry Covington,
Jesse Hall, Willie Ford, Bob Strickland,
Ben Fields, Larry Walker, Mike Avent,
Corky Irwin, Tommy Scott, Jimmy Mayo.
FIRST ROW: Nancy Parham, Scottye
Clark, Carolyn Hatch, Joy King, Gail
Hoover. SECOND ROW: Linda Palmer,
Sandra Smith, Janelle Winters, Patsy
Lynch, Martha Bowen, Larry Higginbotham,
Terry Myrick. THIRD ROW: Leslie Beaver,
Fred Drake, Eddie Dunivant, Mike Long,
Bobby Walton, Al Piercy, Dossett Foster,
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Presidentg Leslie Wood, Presi-
dent, Penny James, Secretaryg
Gayle Bowen, Delegate at Largeg
Linda Dlugach, Traffic Chief.
FIRST ROW: B. Cox, L. Vaughn,
R. Wintker, P. James, T. Mahar-
rey, P. Jeffers, J. Fowler, K.
Wohler. SECOND ROW: R.
Green, J. Waddell, L. Wood, R.
White, D. Mills, D. Windham,
G. Grissom, L. Dlugach, P. Man-
nis, P. Hall, S. Barron, B. Pruitt.
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Ray, L. Shelley, D. McMann, P
Marshall, C. Harris, G. Bowen
THIRD ROW: B. McAtee, R
Smith, R. Coleman, N. Wells, C
Horton, F. Keywoocl, J. Lee, D
Four officers from each ninth grade home room composed the
Junior High Student Advisory Board. This council provided an ef-
fective means by which junior high students were able to practice
self-government in a practical, though limited way.
One of the principal duties of the Junior S.A.B. was to provide
informative, interesting assembly programs once every two weeks.
This responsibility was rotated among the ten ninth grade sections.
The Junior S.A.B. trained the leaders of junior high so that they
would be capable of even greater leadership and service in senior
high school and in home and community life in years' to come.
UNIOR HO OR OCIETY
To create an enthusiasm for superior scholarship, to develop loyal
citizenship, to stimulate a desire to serve faithfully one's community
and country, to instill exemplary qualities of character - all are the
high goals of the Junior Honor Society.
Each six weeks this organization sponsors an assembly program.
At this they award pins to the boys and girls who have made'first
and second honor roll, banners are awarded to the hon1erooms"with
the highest scholastic average in the boys' and girls' division.-
One project this year included the sale of sweat shirts, crew hats,
pennants, and scarves with the Treadwell emblem on each.
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NIN TH GRADE
FIRST ROW: Miss Eva John-
son, Advisorg R. White, R. Wint-
ker, L. Wood, J. Stewart, G. Mar-
tin, R. Gadbois, Mrs. Elizabeth
Somerville, Advisor. SECOND
ROW: P. Isbell, J. Waddell, G.
Bowen, J. Collison, K. Wohler,
A. Ray, J.. Bergdorf, M. Ship-
man, P. Dodd, R. Coleman, R.
Smith, N. Morris. THIRD ROW:
Mrs. Ethel Harrison, Advisor, B.
McDonald, Treasurer, P. George,
C. Kincaid, P. Maniss, P. Sprague,
Vice President, D. Mills, M. Nel-
son, Presidentg F. Keywood, P.
Windham, P. James, P. Marshall,
Secretary: V. Joyce, Mrs. Erline
Mrs. J. Q. Wolf demonstrated her set of an
tique glasses during a Junior Honor Society
FIRST ROW: C. Owen, J. Dow-
tin, J. Patterson, B. Webber, S.
Grant, J. Lott. SECOND ROW:
N. Riddle, L. Todd, B. Davis,
R. Grese, P. Bradsher, B. Tate,
M. Bailey. THIRD ROW: M.
Pribbenow, J. Pharis, M. Wilkes,
R. Ellis, K. Duncan, J. Wright,
I... Hannings, N. Ray,
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FIRST ROW: E. Hatcher, V. LeDuke, C. Welch, N. Hannings, J. Moore, J. Forrester, D. Bowen, B.
Reed, W. Vaughn, R. Brown, President, G. Mitchell, D. Wilson, S. Palmer, G. Boales, K. Robbins,
B. Nahors, G. Parker, M. Smith, C. Easley. SECOND ROW: C. Buzbee, Secretaryg N. Powell, Vice
Presidentg S. Miller, J. Stenquist, E. Weston, B. Cavender, J. Clark, L. McDaniel, L. Davis, T.
Scott, J. Collins, J. McDaniel, D. Janss, J. Morton, J. Mayo, R. Foster, K. Walker, J. Patterson, J.
Brisco, F. Tatum, D. Milam, B. Kyles, B. Moore, V. Rossall. THIRD ROW: S. Carson, M. Templeton,
C. Moore, D. Whaley, P. Rossall, B. Beaver, S. Cowan, G. Adams, R. Dew, R. Barfield, J. Jacobus,
M. Raggett, B. Franklin, B. Jones, B. Broskey, B. King, N. Fowler, J. Moore, D. Shipman, J . Jones,
ATIO AL HO O
These students were inducted into the Honor Society at the
fall tapping. FIRST ROW: Gail Noonan, Mildred Ballinger,
Brenda Cavitt, Lynn Fly, Ronnie Swain, Joy Lott, Deon Haynes,
Nancy Sanders. 'SECOND ROW: Norma Slover. Becky Speck,
Judy Wilkes, Mary Caviness, Robert Ragsdale, Jeff Morris,
Larry Walker, Jim King, Betty Richardson, Patsy Boals, June
Bryan, Suzanne Slover.
Judy Forrester, Emily Hatcher, Miss Ruby King, Advisor,
Maribeth Smith, Carol Moore, Larry Davis, Mr. E. T. Fowler,
Advisor, and Jimmy Mayo enjoy the reception following the
fall induction service. l'
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Tau Sigma hapter
Signifying the height of achievement in scholarship,
service, citizenship, leadership, and character is the Tau
Sigma Chapter of the National Honor Society.
Students loolc with great interest and anticipation to-
ward 'the semi-annual induction services of the chapter.
A wonderful feeling of honor, yet humbleness, is long
cherished by the ones who are inducted into membership.
Service projects included the addition of electric cande-
labras to the stage equipment, maintenance of a current
file of alumni members, and a scrapbook of group ac-
tivities. The year's principal money-making project was
the sale of senior pins. This was transacted through the
senior English classes.
Each six weeks the Honor Society awarded pins to
those who made first honor roll, the homeroom with the
highest scholastic average was presented with the honor
.limmy Mayo, President of the
Honor Society, presented the
honor banner to Miss Frances
Castlemun and the 12-4 home-
room president, Joe Sullivan.
A. C. Williams bought a senior pin from
This is a scene from the formal induction. service of the Tau Sigma Chapter in the fall of
1958. Left to right: Nancy Hannings, Glenna Boales, Barbara Nabors, John Collins, Katie
Robbins, Ronnie Swain, June Bryan, Joe Morton, Gayle Parker, Tommy Scott, Douglas Janss.
Treadwellites purchase their latest edition of the "Eagle,"
Treadwell's "Eagle', records newsworthy events and
interesting activities of the school life. This year eight
papers, the last one being a senior edition, were pub-
lished by those students interested in journalism. Bar-
bara Nabors and Gayle Parker, the co-editors, directed
an editorial staff of eight, a business staff of three, and
an assisting staff of thirty. A first class honor rating was
E W PAPER
awarded the 6'Eagle" by the National Scholastic Press
Representing Treadwell, Barbara Nabors won third
place in the annual journalism contest sponsored by 'The
Commercial Appeal." Gloria Tyner won an engraved
trophy for her editorial on fire prevention.
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Barbara Nabors, co
editors of the "Ea
gle," work stren
uously to produce
an interesting, in'
per for Treadwel
Gayle Parker an?
Mrs. Marcello Hunsaker
Senior High Advisor
Mrs. Ann Guyton
Junior High Advisor
Gayle Parker, June Bryan, Barbara Nabors,
and Lauran Waldran feverishly work to meet
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SEATED: J. Bryan, C. Moore, L. Waldran
J. Winters, E. Hutchens, G. Tyner, E
Dunivant, M. Smith, S. Mansfield. STAND
ING: J. Mayo, L. Cardin, J. Cotton.
SEATED, FIRST ROW: J
Byrum, J. Smith, L. Lott.
SECOND ROW: D. Dens
ford, L. Bloodworth, J. Thom-
as, D. Melonas, D. Rauls, B.
Marr, S. Strickland, M. C.
Campbell, L. Palmer, J. Rus-
sell. STANDING: H. Pyle
K. Nabors, J. Escarre.
Miss Margaret Tisdale
EDITORS: Tommy Scott, assistant ed-
itorg Douglas Janss, editor-in-chief, and
Glenna Boales, associate editorg directed
the progress of the yearbook.
Activity staff developed individual pages: Joy Lott, senior pictures and
faculty, Barbara Gann, band sectiong Judy Boartfield, classroom ac-
tivitiesg Judy Forrester, ninth grade sectiong Suzanne Slover, calendar
Alice McNeely and
Larry Davis, circula-
tion managers, check
receipts with their
staff, Emily Hatcher
and Larry Walker.
Ronnie Swain and Car-
olyn Grant, business
their ads with the as-
sistance of June Bryan
and Joyce Hunt. Lynn
Fly, business staff, not
Recording memories was the task of the annual
staff. This energetic group devoted long, tedious hours
to compiling the joyous, though sometimes difficult,
experiences that marked the school year.
Copy writing, typing, editing, artistic ability-all
talents were put to work in an effort to produce the
best yearbook Treadwell ever had. With the mailing
of the last copy came a feeling of accomplishment, a
sigh of relief-and a crossing of fingers.
The 1958 volume of the "Eagle" was awarded the
highest rating given by two of the major presses.
Mrs Margaret Jamce Cobb Wayne Rushton John Neal Tommy Cunmngham, and M11dred
a Sue Van Eaton, Dale Osborne, Alice Watson, Nancy Hannmgs time to C10W1'1 ar0UI1d
and Carol Dowtin designed layouts and wrote copy for the club and
Marilyn Word, pictures and
schedulesg Kay Crawford,
typistg Camille Callaway and
Brenda Cavitt, art editorsg
Marian McWhirter, typistg
Jimmy Mayo, student photog-
rapher: and Patsy Bouls, typ-
ist, pause during a busy staff
Clubs, the center of extracurricular activities, offered
Treadwellites added information ,in academic fields and
opportunities to develop leadership qualities, as well as
the fun of social and recreational events. The coopera-
tion between students and faculty, so necessary for suc-
cessful club activities, encouraged mutual respect and un-
These organizations, with their regular business meet-
ings promoted special projects, visited points of interest
and provided social occasions.
The next pages depict the clubs of Treadwell, which
have played such a vital role in Treadwell's educational
Q ILL AND SCROLL
Young men and women of letters are recognized for
their superior accomplishments by membership in the
Treadwell chapter' of the Quill and Scroll. This selective
organization is composed of newspaper and yearbook
FIRST ROW: M. Word, G. Boales, L. Davis, L. Walker, D. Janss, Treasurerg L. Lott,-Secretaryg G. Parker, Presidentg B. Nabors
staff members who have displayed initiative and creative P
ability. Through the stimulation of others with journal-
istic interests, each student was challenged to improve his
Vice Presidentg G. Easley, Chaplaing T. Scott, T. Mayo. SECOND ROW: M. Ballinger, P. Boals, C. Grant, J. Cobb, P. Turner, V. L
Van Eaton, J. Forrester, L. Waldran, B. Gann, K. Crawford, A. McNeely, J. Winters. THIRD ROW: M. Smith, C. Callaway, E. Hatcher,
.l. Htmt, 5- Slover, .l. Boartfield, J. Bryan, M. McWhirter, G. Tyner, D. Osborne, W. Rushton. FOURTH ROW: N. Hannings, M.
Campbell, T. Davis, B. Cavitt, D. Rauls, R. Swain, .l. Neal.
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FIRST ROW: P. Turner, Treas-
urer: H. Shelby, Secretary: N.
Hannings, President: C. Emerick,
Vice President: D. Rauls. SEC-
OND ROW: D. Woods, B. Bar-
rowclough, G. Sanders, J. Jones,
C. Hutchens, J. Shaw, K. Schuele,
K. Kennon, Mrs. Margaret Harris,
Sponsor: R. Harris. THIRD
ROW: A. McDaniel, G. Lena-
han, J. Fleener, G. Camp, S.
Slover, B. Maddox, J. Mayo.
FOURTH ROW: N. Townsend,
C. Churchill, F. Garrett, J. Con-
nors, B. Younger.
A ERICA JU IOR
FIRST ROW: M. Owen, Treas-
urerg A. Sowell, Secretary? J.
Smith, Vice President: A. Clark,
President, B. Lampley. SECOND
ROW: S. Wilson, K. Sarten, L.
Hannings, G. Smart, L. Halford,
D. Giordano, K. Vaughn, R. Mor-
gan, V. Green, L. Myrick. THIRD
ROW: Mrs. Lucene Best, Spon-
sorg A. Callery, L. Loflin, C.
Heywood, C. Kilpatrick, J. Haw-
kins, B. Roberts, C. Jones, A.
Ellis. FOURTH ROW: S. Wil'
liams, R. Pennel, D. Davis, C.
Atkins, J. Sueno.
Shelby County Hospital Treadwell students lead
a group of patients in the singing of Christmas carols.
"Service to others." This is the purpose, goal, and principle of Junior
This year, for the first time, Treadwell's Red Cross Council was di-
vided into a junior high council and a senior high council.
The junior council carried through several major projects: holiday
favors for Shelby County Hospital, gift boxes for foreign countries,
flower showers, and scrapbooks for Kennedy Hospital.
The senior council's projects were just as enthusiastically carried out:
visits to the Shelby County Hospital, collection of pocket novels for the
hospital, an international chest program, flower showers, and cookie
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FIRST YEAR LATIN CLUB
FIRST ROW: B. Cook, Vice President: C. Peterson,
Secretary: L. Wood, President: G. Bowen, Treasurer,
P. James. SECOND ROW: P. Marshall, P. Dodd, M.
Click, A. Hord, D. Clark, J. Greaves, M. Nelson.
THIRD ROW: V. Herndon, K. Wohler, I. Rodgers, B.
McDonald, P. Jeffers, D. Rountree, P. Berry. FOURTH S 3 A
ROW: H. Pittman, G. Brett, C. Slover, S. Lambert,
P. Phillips, D. Moore, K. Shelly, B. Lee, A. Sowell,
M. Morris, D. Greene, R. Patterson.
FIRST YEAR LATIN CLUB
FIRST ROW: J, Fowler, L. Dlugach, S. Wiggs, R.
Coleman, P. George, N. Morris, B. Collins, L. Moore,
C. Kincaid, S. Richter, K. Hall. THIRD ROW: C.
Atkins, J. Turnage, L. Halford, T. Wiles, S. Shanks,
G. Grissom, P. Hall. FOURTH ROW: P. Weaks, T.
Callicut, M. Mendez, S. Corkran, S. Patterson, D.
Zumhro, P. Sprague, D. Windham.
First year Latin students humble themselves
LA at Latin Club initiation.
"Latinus hodie vivitf' Treadwell's Latin
Clubs seek to prove that Latin lives today.
The programs at monthly meetings pre-
sented Roman life in an interesting manner,
thereby increasing the members' knowledge
of Roman customs and history.
Highlight of the first semester was the
initiation of first year Latin students. It
must be admitted that second year students
looked forward to this with more relish than
the first year students.
A Latin banquet in finest Roman style
climaxed the year.
SECOND YEAR LATIN CLUB
FIRST ROW: J. Cantrell, C. Kinser, V. Holt, Treasurer, B. Zacharias, K. Baxter, M,
Burns, President: M. Hayles, Vice President: A. Voss, Secretary: B. Woodruff. SECOND
ROW: D. Rountree, M. Sparks, L. Monroe, D. Pyron, N. Gramlick, V. Greene, Miss
Mary Park, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: L. Denton, J. JI'Iydrick, L. Fuller, J. Bradford, J.
Jolly, C. Hutcherson, C. Schwill, P. Dew, M. McGurty, J. Wright. FOURTH ROW:
K. Ball, P. Ferguson, B. Russell, G. Norton, T. Ross, B., Tapp, B. Conner, L. Conner.
FIFTH ROW: M. Riggan, V. Moore, J. Gann, T. Rowe, J. Spencer, T. Gurley, R.
'02 Nelson, J. Martin, J. Blake.
FIRST ROW: D. Trindle, J. Trammel, T. Cun-
ningham, C. Roy. SECOND ROW: J. Buford,
D. Johnson, M. Jobe, P. Cook, N. Cowen, D.
Derryberry, P. Howell, S. Pike, L. Hilbun.
THIRD ROW: L. Palmer, F. Sawyers, A.
Thompson, J. Jones, K. Kennon, M. Marshall,
C. Hutchens, W. Schmidt, L. Raspberry.
FOURTH ROW: M. Cummins, D. Jones, N.
Scott, B. Holder, W. Pitts, I... Baham, B. Cates.
FIFTH ROW: M. Hamrick, D. Guthrie, F.
Smith, R. Krone, A. Johnson, J. Cotton, G.
Holt, K. Browning.
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FIRST ROW: D. Rye, A. Smith, M. Cole, M. Ballinger, Vice President, P. Boals, Presi-
dent. SECOND ROW: C. Taylor, L. Wright, G. Parker, M. Campbell, P. Turner, J. Little,
I. Pratt, D. Osborne, Secretary. THIRD ROW: L. Gatewood, S. Perry, J. Byrum, N.
I-Iarmings, S. Mansfield, P. Lynch, J. Falls. FOURTH ROW: M. Mahaffey, S. Bishop, M.
Flack, B. Winbigler, C. Grant, K. Hunt, K. Leonard, C. Durham. FIFTH ROW: R. Harris,
J. King, B. Strickland, D. Lee, Mrs. Patterson, R. Hornbeak, J. Corder, T. McEwen, S.
Rauls, L. McMahon, D. Meadows.
Senorita Carolyn Grant shouts "Ole!" as she
finishes the "Mexican Hat Dance."
"La lengua de nuestros vecinos al
sur." Through Treadwell's Spanish Club
students studying the language of our
southern neighbors had an opportunity
to learn more about the customs and
ideas of Spanish-speaking people all over
In, club activities a special effort was
made to give members personal experi-
ence with Spanish people, Spanish foods,
and realia. Field trips were made to
Mexican restaurants, to Spanish movies,
and to musical programs presented by
From acquired knowledge of our
neighbors, we are better able to under-
stand their actions, thus improving in-
E. Dunivant, Treasurer. SECOND ROW:
FIRST ROW: S. Mansfield, L. Nolen, J. King, Secretary, L. Douglas, Vice Presi-
. 6' dent: E. Hutcbens, B. McAfee, President:
'ai 'fx I F. Bridgewater, C. Roy, C. Hutcherson, L. Waldran, G. Hoover, J. Hopper, J. Goad,
M E. Hopkins, B. Younger, J. Wayne, P. Unsworth. THIRD ROW: C. Bishop, L. Long
A " G. Tyner, M. Hamrick, C. Hornsby, B. Sweany, C. Neimsee, B. Pickett, L. Hilburn
r' L. Perry, B. Tillman, G. Wood. FOURTH ROW: B. Williams, V. Ellis, J. Morris,
A. Nelson, D. Mayhall, D. Campbell, B. Buffaloe, W. Whitaker, Mrs. Hughes, Sponsor,
, L. Crocker, L. Beaver, D. Medford, B. Jones, A. Piercey, J. Mayo.
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Mrs. John Scott Lee, hostess at the Magevncy
House, explained items of interest to Lauran Wald- I
ran, Larry Douglas, and Joy King.
"You can't bring the past to life." Treadwell's American History Club proved
this statement to be false for many Treadwellites last year.
Through field trips to the Magevney House, Desoto Park, and other points
of interest in Memphis, members were able to relive events of the past. The out-
standing trip of the year was to Shiloh Park.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Horton, Sponsor, M. Ballinger, Secretaryg R. Swain, President: C. Grant,
D. Rye. SECOND ROW: K. Crawford, J. Forrester, D. Cullum, C. Bolton, P. Turner, J. Cobb,
J. Nichols, T. Davis, G. Boales. THIRD ROW: M. Echols, B. Ricardson, E. Hatcher, J. Bryan
T. Cunningham, J. Coy, W. Rushton, D. Burge, J. Gordon. FOURTH ROW: N. Levy, J. Hunt,
L. Fly, R. Strickland, J. McCalla, D. Lee, S. Merrell, J. Neyman, M. Dorris, D. Chandler.
FIFTH ROW: C. Halford, B. Ware, E. Cheek, W. Ford.
Tri-S Club members enjoyed a dance
at Hotel King Cotton.
TRI- CL B
Self, Service, Society! This
the theme of the Tri-S Club
as it opened the year with a meet-
explaining the club motto.
The Tri-S Club endeavors to pro-
mote social improvement among
its members. The programs this
year were those concerning social
etiquette, service to community,
also participated in filling a Christ-
mas basket for a needy family.
The highlight of the year was a
Christmas party at the Hotel King
L. Beaver, J. Cann, J. Spencer, B. Woodruff, L. Crocker, D. Rauls.
Shelby County Medical Society, at Tread-
well for polio inoculations. The Clinic Plans
were explained to the student body by
Mrs. Vernon L. Place.
FIRST ROW: C. Guyton, W. Schmidt, J. Coker, R. Secretary, A. Griggs, L. Monroe, D. Bar-
ringer, Treasurerg C. Noonan, Presidentg L. Rasherry, Vice President, K. Schuele, N
Gramlick, Mrs. Miller, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: J. Martin, K. Hall, D. Johnson, V. Herndon,
L. Fuller, J. Hydrick, D. Childress, C. Hutchens, L. Moore, C. Wilkes. THIRD ROW: R
Whitaker, A. Turpin, S. Singleton, M. Moore, S. Clark, C. Secretary, J. McDaniel, B. Sweaney,
L. Davis, V. Moore, D. Turner. FOURTH ROW: F. Jones, M. Jobe, K. Baxter, L. Burns, F.
Davis, M. McGurty, P. Marshall, J. Hassler, A. Thompson, E. Hopkins, J. Shaw. FIFTH ROW:
Juniors and seniors who were concerned about the
place of science in our world tomorrow composed the
Science Club. Lectures and discussions at meetings dealt
with such topics as future space travel and Einstein's
mass-energy theory. Field trips allowed members to ex-
plore scientific careersg recreational outings supplied fun
Laboratory technician, physician, teacher, pharmacist
CIE CE CLUB
- the Biology Club offered insight into many such ca-
reers. Field trips to the University of Tennessee Medical
Center, the Cancer Research Laboratory, and Memphis
State University's biology department were made by
members interested in these particular areas. Stimulating
lectures at business meetings, service projects, financial
projects, and social functions completed the year's agenda.
STANDING: L. Walker, President. FIRST
ROW: Mr. J. D. Reding, Sponsor,
Hatcher, Secretaryg C. Emerick, Treasurer,
L. Davis, Vice President. SECOND ROW:
W. Ford, J. Corder, R. Hombeak, T. Mc-
Ewen, R. Swain. THIRD ROW: F. Drake,
R. Ragsdale, B. McNeal, B. Strickland, M.
Dorris, J. Morris. FOURTH ROW: W.
Rushton, J. King, J. Coy, D. Rye, M. John-
son, J. McMahon. FIFTH ROW: J. For-
rester, S. Slover, D. Armstrong, C. Calla-
way, M. McWhirter, G. Hammett, C. Mc-
Neill, L. Douglas. SIXTH ROW: J. Bryan,
N. Hannings, P. Boals, R. Laukaff, D. Rauls,
A. Smith, G. Miller, B. Williams, J. Bailey.
SEVENTH ROW: D. Janss, J. Morton, D.
Unsell, J. Holt, L. Cockrum, B. Witt, J.
McCalla, F. Brown.
FRONT: Donald Flat, Park
Sprague, John Bruno.
BACK: Larry Cockrum,
Mr. Reding, Sponsorg
Jerry Vaughn, Mike Davis,
Douglas Ray, Mike Mor-
ris, John Miller, Roger
Average velocity, nose cones, firing pins - from these
overheard terms one knew that the Rocket Club was hav-
ing another meeting. This year junior and senior high
boys who were interested ini individual rocket projects
organized to form this club. Through this group the boys
were able to compare notes and discoveries. Group fir-
ings are advantageous in that the members gain not only
from individual accomplishments or errors, but also from
those of others in the group.
Chemistry, electricity, mechanics, and architecture -
no matter in which of these fields of engineering a stu-
dentls interest lay, he was able to find interesting infor-
mation and companionship in Treadwell's Engineers'
Each month a speaker trained in a particular area of
engineering was asked to talk with the club. Many of
the speakers were supplied by "Architects of Memphis."
EN CINEERS' CLUB
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Left to right: Ralph Lau-
kaff, Bob McNeal, Mike
Dorris, David Rauls, Den-
nis Coggin, Emanuel Cheek,
Mr. Bruce Crumpton, Mr.
William Vickery, Sponsors.
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Vital members of tomor-
row's business world -
Members of the Secretarial
Club learned more about the
business world and became
better acquainted with the
duties of a good secretary
through visits to business
firms. Executives of various
firms spoke at club meetings.
FIRST ROW: P. Galloway, P. Harris. J. Magee, M. Moore, P. French, V.
Owen, J. Fletcher, R. Green. SECOND ROW: F. Morris, L. Lee, G. Mc-
Lemore, D. Saulters, J. Boartfield, J. Lee, O. Nowell, B. Cavitt, B. Souder,
J. Heinz, M. Faught, N. Sanders, E. Olive, Presidentg J. Cobb.
? SECRETARIAL CL B
Is this a prediction of
the future? Perhaps
someday Brenda Cavitt
Judge Beverly Boushe spoke to the members
will he the efficient
of the Law Club.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Lineberry, Sponsor, N. Levy, M. Word, Treasurer, K. Leatherwood,
B. Richardson, President: J. Barbee, G. Miller, Vice President. SECOND ROW: E.
Webb, D. Cullum, C. Grant.,THIRD ROW: L. Houston, J. Terry, M. Darby, G. Boales.
FOURTH ROW: R. Williams, F. Morris, N. Townsend. FIFTH ROW: B. Tatum, F.
Willis, J. Bailey, S. Bradley, E. Clemmer.
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secretary to the noted
lawyer James Barbee.
Insurance, parliamentary procedure,
and legal documents were only a few of
the subjects discussed at Law Club meet-
ings. The major project of the club was
to distribute identification cards to stu-
dents with emergency accident proce-
dures printed on the back. Speakers dur-
ing the year included judicial, law en-
forcement, and business authorities.
FIRST ROW: R. Baker, J. Garm,
L. Crocker, B. South, R. Lauk-
hliff, B. Williams, C. Sowell, M.
Doris, C. Emerick. SECOND
ROW: D. Foster, L. Cockrum,
L. Beaver, J. Morton, E. Duni-
vant, S. Moyers, F. Drake, R.
Ragsdale, B. Jones, T. Scott, J.
Morris. THIRD ROW: Mr. J.
D. Reding, Sponsorg G. Holt, R.
Haynes, J. Mayo, L. Davis, L.
Walker, Secretaryg J. Neal, Treas-
urerg W. Rushton, Vice Presi-
dent, D. Janss, President, T.
Geiger, R. Swain, L. Higginbot-
I EY CLUB
Service to school and community, and development of Among the school projects were the operation of con-
useful leaders, who will be capable of service to com- cession stands at basketball games, decoration of goal posts
munity, nation, and world in years to come, were the for the football games, and aiding the management of
purposes of Treadwell's Key Club this past year. Treadwell's Science Fair.
The Honorable Stanley
Dillard, City Commissioner,
raises an amusing point at
the Key Club Banquet.
At the Banquet Tommy Cunningham, Larry Walker,
and Larry Davis present Key Club Sweetheart Alice
McNeely and altemates Sandra Vaughn and Mildred
Members of the Key Club operated a concession
stand during basketball games.
Senior Y-Teens compiled a scrapbook of their activities to he
exchanged with a group of Y-Teens in another country.
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FIRST ROW: M. Taylor, sec-
retaryg M. Brandon, Chaplain,
G. Guyton, Presidentg A. Tur-
pin, Vice Presidentg G. Camp,
Treasurer. SECOND ROW: J.
Wood, D. Saxe, .l. Pratt, K.
Billion, J. Russell, D. Watkins,
E. Hopkins, J. Byrum, N. An-
derton, D. Davis. THIRD ROW:
C. Lineberry, B. Younger, M.
Terry, C. Hutchens, E. Burton,
B. Cole, J. King, C. Chaille, K.
Churchill, L. Raspberry, Mrs.
Mildred James, Sponsor, J.
"Y-Teens Grow" - They grow in friendship of all people,
in the knowledge and love of God, and as individuals.
Part of this growth was felt by Treadwell's Y-Teens
through projects such as the Christmas basket sponsored by
the senior group and the sale of poppies on Veterans' Day
hy junior high students.
Treadwell's groups also participated in YMCA activities,
including the sale of potato chips. Part of the funds from
this campaign were used to send officers to camp for special
FIRST ROW: B. cox, P. C01-
lins, Presidentg B. Pruitt, Vice
President, L. Hannings, Secre-
taryg Donna Green, Chaplain.
SECOND ROW: P. Hall, D.
Hawks, J. Breckinridge, E. St.
Clair, E. Newell, G. Bushhy,
M. Williams, T. Hickey, N. De-
Shazo, C. Hannis, B. Rhodes.
THIRD ROW: A. Clark, A.
Brandon, L. Smith, Z. Camp-
lin, V. Moore, S. Cothani, N.
Harrison, R. Brooks, L. Shelley,
M. Vernon, M. Churchill, C.
Rhodes, B. Oliver, C. Kilpat-
TENTH GRADE TRI-HI-Y
FIRST ROW: L. Cornatzar, L. Wright, C.
Roach, C. Durby, S. Truitt, J. Lee, C. Cook.
SECOND ROW: L. Gatewood, P. Lovall, J.
Jones, J. Hassler, S. Wiggs, P. Marshall, S.
Rowland, J. H drick, B. Robinson, M. Rankin.
THIRD ROW: C. Kinser, C. Wray, I. Gibson
J. Stacks, G. Jeffcoat, L. Laney, N. Anderson,
FIRST ROW: C. Moore, Sergeant-at-Armsg J.
Gordon, President 3 G. Hoover, Treasurer.
SECOND ROW : T. Scott, Treasurer g
B. Nabors, Chaplain: S. Vaughn, President, C
McNeil, Vice President: P. Boals, Secretary,
D. Osborne, Sergeant-at-Arms, J. Duke, Secre-
tary. THIRD ROW: R. Swain, Vice President:
L. Fly, Chaplain, J. Collins, Sergeant-at-Arms:
B. Ware, Sergeant-al-Arms.
FIRST ROW: C. Halford,
J. Archibald, B. McNeal,
M. Johnson, B. Walton, W.
Rushton, J. Neal, F. Perry,
J. Gordon, J. Sullivan. SEC-
OND ROW: F. Lott, J. Mc-
Mahon, T. Scott, J. Duke,
D. Whirley. THIRD ROW:
B. Caldwell, M. Mendez, M.
Hall, W. Garrett, C. Sowell,
T. Geiger, T. Cunningham,
J. Tramell, B. Iones, D
Chandler, B. Strickland, M.
Dorris, G. Miller, L. Doug-
las. FOURTH ROW: J. Col-
lins, M. McAfee, K. Miller,
C. Brown, W. Tate, D
Burge, J. Coy, B. Patterson
A. Smith, R. McGoff, R
Durby, R. Martin, D. Rye,
D. Howard, J. King, B. Mc-
Afee, L. Fly.
By-word of Hi-Y Clubs is clean
thoughts, clean speech, and clean living.
A major project of the Treadwell Clubs
was the filling of a Christmas basket for
a needy family. Part of the dues went
to World Service, an international pro-
gram of the YMCA. A Halloween dance
was an outstanding social event of the
ELEVENTH GRADE TRI-HI-Y
FIRST ROW: R. Milam, S. Cockran, L. Long,
B. Thweatt, R. Watkins, J. Hopper, P. Lynch,
N. Raynor, M. Cole, B. Holder, C. McNeill.
SECOND ROW: D. Parker, G. Hoover, V.
Holt, M. Bowen, F. Garrett, C. Norfleet, B.
Wilcox, L. Waldran, S. Nolen, G. Hammett,
C. Hutcherson. THIRD ROW: G. Griffin, B.
Atkins, V. Rodgers, L. Stanley, P. Goodman,
J. Thomas, H. Pyle, C. DuBose, S. Gross,
M. Diffey, C. Roy. FOURTH ROW: J. Win-
ters, S. Mansfield, J. Bizzell, M. Brock, C.
Hatch, J. Rankins, K. Krauch, J. Connors, R.
Ritter, J. King, M. Elmore, C. Niernsee, L.
Hilbun, J. D3-ITYIUPIC, P. Whitted, S. Allen.
FIFTH ROW: A. Griggs, J. McCamon, S.
Clark, M. Pearce, T. Taylor, W. Schmidt.
TWELFTH GRADE TRI-HI-Y
FIRST ROW: G. Easley, M. Campbell, J. Forrester, G. Parker, J. Cobb, M. Word, G.
Boales, S. Slover K. Crawford, D. Osbome. SECOND ROW: S. Vaughn, S. Grey, B.
Philli s E. Hatcher J Bryan, V VanEaton, C. Grant, P. Boals, M. Balhnger, T. Davis
P 1 7 ' '
M. McWhirter. THIRD ROW: B. Gann, J. Lott, G. Turner. K. Leatherwood, D. Austin
D W'l FOURTH ROW P Turner
C. Callaway, J. Nichols, M. Dunivant, J. Smart, . lson. : .
B. Nabors, C. Moore, J. Wayne, W. Woodside, C. Bishop, J. Garner, P. Howell, C
Bolton, D. Cullum, J. Hunt, N. Levy.
Al Marcus, youth director at the
T. Walker Lewis YMCA, dis-
cussed plans for a business meet-
ing with Tri-Hi-Y officers.
FIRST ROW: B. Graves, B.
Cook, L. Vaughn, A. Ray, P.
Howell, M. Hunt, S. Smith, L.
Bagwell, P. James, G. Gris-
som. SECOND ROW: V. Walk,
L. Halford, D. Giordano, J.
Smith, C. Peterson, G. Bowen,
J. Strickland, N. Ray, C. Pesky,
B. Washam, S. Witt, J. Colli-
son, P. Marshall, K. Vaughn,
V. Joyce. THIRD ROW: L.
Drake, B. Davis, J. Percer, E.
Odom, L. Harwell, J. Favro, G.
Beaul, B. Turner, D. Scott, D.
Smith, L. Holt, D. Rodgers, K.
Moore, M. Click. FOURTH
ROW: K. Hinchey, L. Blagg,
W. Phillips, J. Tumage, B.
Prince, S. Evens, P. Smith, B.
Powers, P. Phillips. FIFTH
ROW: C. Ryan, A. Day. J.
Laney, M. Rice, J. Pitts, I...
Surratt, D. McMinn, L. Walker,
C. McKinsey, J. Taylor. SIXTH
ROW: M. Driver, L. Hooper,
S. Schuele, N. Davenport, P.
Berry, S. Shanks, M. Nelson, B.
Collins, K. Kepler, J. Hawkins,
K. Quatman, E. Davis, J. Wal-
UNIOR HI-Y CLUBS
Junior Tri-Hi-Y and Junior Hi-Y provided leadership observed Prayer Week 'with daily morning worship serv-
and organizational training for junior high students. They ice. Highlight of the fall was a hayride.
FIRST ROW: D. Mills, Chap-
lain: D. Sticht, Treasurer: J.
Surratt, Secretary: D. Jameson,
Sergeant-at-Arms: J. Fowler,
President: J. Escarre, Sergeant-
at-Arms: R. Grant, Vice Presi-
dent. SECOND ROW: A. Ray
Secretary: P. Howell, M. Hunt
Sergeant-at-Arms: L. Vaughn:
President: C. Smith, Chaplain:
E. Walton, Vice President.
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FIRST ROW: D. Sticht, J
Escarre, R. Grant, D. Mills,
J. Fowler, D. Jameson, J.
Sur-ran, H. Pittman. SECOND
ROW: L. Malone, R. Col-
vin, T. Callicut, D. Autry,
B. Phillips, L. Hunt, R. Cole-
man, F. Keywood, R. Ballard,
J. Smith, R. Nichols. THIRD
ROW: D. Zumbro, C. Atken,
C. Beard, P. Portia, J. Gior-
dano, D. Joyner, R. Smith,
J. Rogers, R. McDaniel.
"Today's Teenagers - Tornorrowis Home-
rnakersf, This was the theme that lead Tread-
well's F.H.A. to fulfill its purpose, to develop
creative leadership in home and community
life. Fun and hard work round out the program
of this group which included preparing a
Thanksgiving basket for the needy and spon-
soring parliamentary law classes for officers
of all clubs at Treaclwell. Money for these and
other activities was raised through projects
such as Hobo Day, skating parties, and the
sale of attractive "Treadwell" bracelets.
Alice McNeely, one of Treadwell's out-
standing F .H.A. girls, also served as president
of the Memphis Sub-District.
Linda Stanley, President, and Rita Dungey, Secre-
tary, assisted Janice McCamon and Margaret Duni-
vant, chairmen df projects, with the Thanksgiving
baskets, while Nancy Parham, Treasurer. looked on.
FIRST ROW: D. Barringer, F. Davis, A. Griggs, D. Whitsett. SECOND ROW: K.
Hall, P. Byrd, M. Hill, C. Donis, G. Lenahan, R. Barr. THIRD ROW: B. Tapp, C.
Dubose, M. Todd, J. Ross, R. Davenport. FOURTH ROW: C. Pozzi, E. Dacus, J..
Jerden. FIFTH ROW: J. Walters, D. Derryberry, R. Jones, P. Cook, R. Sneed, V.
Estes, J. Shaw.
FIRST ROW: J. Coker, P. Howell, N. Parham, R.
Dungey, L. Stanley, M. Green, G. Guyton. SECOND
ROW: G. Turner, N. Bourland, M. Dunivant, S.
Cockrum, J. Lee, D. Watkins, B. Younger. THIRD
ROW: J. McCamon, P. Whitted, B. Atkins, A. Barks-
dale, M. Darby, D. Cullum, P. Williams, B. Zumbro,
B. Thweatt. FOURTH ROW: A. McNee1y, Joyce Mc-
Camon, L. Harrell, B. Winbigler, N. Gordon, J. Vance,
B. Hawkins, N. Webber.
FIRST ROW: P. Hall, G. Clark, C. Ogle,
B. Smith. SECOND ROW: W. Phillips, D.
Wiles, L. Davenport, S. Williams, L. Sur-
ratt, D. McMinn, M. Jones, B. Bryant, S.
Bullard, S. Smith, C. Hannis.
Through Junior F.H.A., freshman girls were able to
look toward the future, when they would be America's
homemakers, and trained themselves accordingly. They
learned to improve their personal appearance and home
living through' lectures, demonstrations, and home proj-
ects. The outstanding project of the year was the dressing
of dolls for the Goodfellows' Cl1I'iStII1aS drive. These FHA girls dressed dolls for the Goodfellows' Christ-
mas charity program.
"Affirmative!" "Negative!', Members of a Treadwell times during the year in Memphis and Shelby County. I
debate team took a stand, and another interesting spirited The team with jthe best record was sent to Louisville,
debate was off to a good start. Kentucky, for the Southern Speech Conference.
Two debate teams represented Treadwell at various
Left to right: S.
Clark, M., McAfee,
'D. Rauls, Miss El- '
eanor Cooley, Ad-
.visorg J. Mayo, G.
Tyner, T.' Geiger,
T. McEwen, V.
Van Eaton, M.
Word, T. Scott. 1
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Students listen attentively as Peggy
Turner reads a dramatic selection.
Five Treadwell speech students earned mem-
bership in the National Forensic League last
year. Activities participated in this year by
Treadwell's NFL members included the Southern
Speech Association in Louisville, Kentucky, the
Voice of Democracy Contest, the Constitution
Oratorical Contest, and Kiwanis Tennessee In-
terscholastic Literary League.
Scott Moyers delivers his ora-
tron, "Speak for Democracy."
Tommy Scott and Vicka Holt compile notes for a debate.
Compiling notes, San-
dy Clark typed a
speech for her next
ATIO AL THE PIAN SOCIETY
"Dear Ruth"-this was the successful, hilarious com- production was the most outstanding event of the year for
edy, presented by Treadwell's National Thespian Society, the Thespians.
that made itself "dear" to the funnybones of many Other activities included a formal induction service
Treadwellites as well as patrons in the community. This during assembly and the production of a Christmas play.
FIRST ROW: M. Martin,
S. Moyers, B. Holder, K.
Schuele, S. Clark, T.
Scott, B. Gann. SECOND
ROW: M. C. Campbell,
K. Ball, L. Burns, D. Pry-
on, A. Voss, L. Laney, J.
Coad, Miss Eleanor Cool-
ey, Advisorg P. Weeks, L.
Hardcastle, P. Turner, J.
Winters, B. Phillips.
THIRD ROW: C. Steele,
M. McAfee, M. Elmore,
R. Bowling, G. Woods, C.
Halford, N. Scott, E. Hite.
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ELEMENTARY OFFICE ASSISTANTS-Left to right: Judy Fletcher, .Iudy
Morris, Bessie Souder, Sammy Jackson, Jackie Barron, Sherry Cockran, Reba
SENIOR HIGH OFFICE ASSIST-
ANTS-Left to right: Judy Dalrym-
ple, Wanda Woodside, Jean Eastwood,
Sharon Thompson, Pat Bradsher,
Joyce Hopper, Joan Little, Dixie
Austin, June Heinz, Pat Manness,
Larry Cockrum, Marsha Maness.
SENIOR HIGH LIBRARY ASSIST-
ANTS-Front: Joan Little. Seated:
Joy Lee, Reba Green, Judy Moore,
Claire Powers. Standing: Sue Truitt,
Eugenia Boyd, Karen Oliver, Phyliss
Dew, Rita Watkins, Betty Thweat,
.lohn Miller, Mrs. Clara Dunaway,
Office assistants donated the most valuable
thing they had to the school-time! Even though
it may have been but an hour each day, Tread-
well was very grateful to these people.
Their duties included checking attendance,
running errands, filing, typing, and other gen-
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Checking books in and out, keeping shelves
in order, assisting students, running errands-
these were just a few of the tasks that kept the
library assistants busy.
Donating their time and energy to serve the
school, student assistants proved essential to the
By taking charge of such details, the office
assistants left school secretaries additional time
to care for more important matters.
The experience gained by the helpers may
prove invaluable in the future when they are
JUNIOR HIGH OFFICE ASSISTANTS-Left to right: Linda Moore, Bar-
bara Cox, .ludy Smith, Janie Pratt, Wally Pinckley, Norris Wells, Linda
Cornatzar, Melba Jones, Jerry Levy, Carolyn Cook, Phyllis George, Leslie
Wood, Barbara Pruett, Dorothy Childress, Linda Cox.
SENIOR HIGH OFFICE ASSIST-
ANTS-Left to right: Ann Barksdale,
Elaine Hopkins, Robbie Whitaker,
Linda McCarter, Barbara Lamb, Mary
Todd, Bonnie Holder, Beverly Arrow-
smith, Ella Mae Hite, Dot Moffatt.
efficiency of Treadwell's libraries. Without
them, students would not have found research
materials or literary entertainment so readily
For all the kindnesses of this group, Treadwell
says, "Thank you!"
ff.-"2 , .415 JUNIOR HIGH LIBRARY ASSIST-
ANTS-Seated: Betty Collins, Brenda
f' -- Mahr, Anita Falls, Janice Paschall.
Standing: Kathryn Sarten, Cheryl
Peterson, Barbara Cox, Patsy Collins,
Judith Smith, Gail Clark, Mary Bai-
ley, Vernita Green, Ann Clark.
Chapter 59414 of Modern Music Masters, national
honorary music society, was granted a charter at Tread-
well in the fall of 1958. Membership requires satisfactory
completion of a written examination and a performance.
Thirteen members were inducted by the charter officer.
Parents and friends were invited to attend the first for-
Establishment of this chapter has given incentive to
students to improve their musicianship.
FIRST ROW: A. Watson, L. Monroe, V. Montague. SECOND
ROW: M. Green, J. Hargan, R. Watkins, L. Dickison, J. Brock.
THIRD ROW: A. Hawks, P. Williams, P. Goodman, J. Morton,
A. Matthews. FOURTH ROW: M. Smith, J. Fleming, S. Allen,
M. Drake, O. Green. FIFTH ROW: M. Jennings, P. Loveall, E.
Olive, P. Noe. SIXTH ROW: L. Dacus, C. Lyon, T. Taylor.
SEVENTH ROW: O. Nowell, M. Jones. EIGHTH ROW: J. Goad,
M. McCoy. NINTH ROW: P. Byrd, K. Baxter.
Taylor, J. Goad, C. Maharrey, P.
Byrd, J. Brock, A. Matthews.
THIRD ROW: R. Futrell, D.
man, Advisor: M. McCoy, P.
Goodman, A. Hawks.
High school musicians, seeking to develop musical
knowledge and technique, found just such an opportun-
ity in Treadwell's Senior Chorus.
At Christmas the chorus presented the cantata, "A
Star in the Sky," for both the Parent-Teacher Associa-
tion and the student body. Members of the group parti-
cipated in the Memphis Music Festival and in the All-
State Chorus, held in Nashville, Tennessee, during March.
To round out a year of hard work and fun, the entire
chorus gave their annual Spring Concert.
E IOR CHORUS
FIRST ROW: B. lBeith,' B. Caldwell. SECOND ROW: T. Enos,
W. Whitaker. THIRD ROW: J. Covington, J. Gordon. FOURTH
ROW: G. Martin, D. Jacobs, B. Williams. FIFTH ROW: A. Nel-
son, F. Brown. SIXTH ROW: C. Jennings, G. Barreare, R. Fu-
trell, D. Enos. SEVENTH ROW: D. Coggin, H. Jones, .L Hud-
son, G. Holt. EIGHTH ROW: D. Bennett, J. Thronberry, J. Holt.
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FIRST 'ROW: M. Green, M.
Smith, J. Holt, J. Covington, J.
Hargan. SECOND ROW: T.
Enos, Mrs. Martha Ann Hardi-
Pride of Treadwell's music depart-
ment is the Girls' Glee Club. The
group presented their rendition of
"'Twas the Night Before Christmas"
in the annual Christmas program.
Featured soloists were Carol Durby
and Mary Sparks. The Glee Club al-
so sang for assemblies. Concluding
the year, this group worked with the
Senior Chorus in the Spring Concert.
FIRST ROW: S. Walters, M. Brandon, J. Tucker, J. Traywick, S. Collins, K. Wray, J.
Oglesby, S. Miller, M. Thompson. SECOND ROW: .l. Lee, L. Cornatzar, B. Arrowsmith,
C. Prescott, D. Childress, L. Laney, B. Winbigler, K. Churchill, D. Densford. THIRD ROW:
P. Dew, L. Brasel, J. Stevens, S. Truitt, P. Williams, B. Younger, C. Durby, M. Sparks,
G. Carrington. FOURTH ROW: Karen Oliver, M. Rogers, G. Martin, D. Watkins, C.
Norman, M. Harris, M. Mooney, G. Iefcoat, C. Cook.
Junior Chorus is for those who
wish to gain a singing knowledge of
the best choral musicg to achieve
skill in part singing, and to grow in
appreciation of the part music plays
in the life of the individual and the
The group performed at several
junior high assemblies. They also
sang in the Memphis City Music Fes
UNI OR CHORUS
FIRST ROW: B. Bryant, Mrs. Elizabeth Somerville, A. Ellis. SECOND ROW: D. Stewart,
G. Bowen, J. Collison, H. McLellan, C. Green, J. Paschal, P. Hall, D. Horton. THIRD
ROW: J. Carrol, J. Dawson. FOURTH ROW: B. Oliver, B. Collins, M. Bailey, C. Rhodes,
S. Richter, S. Lambert, K. Brown, S. Sumner, B. Wilson. FIFTH ROW: C. Horton, H.
Cullers, H. Jones, J. Price, D. Blankenship.
One of Treadwell's newest organi-
zations is the World History Club.
It was begun last fall to stimulate
interest in things of the past and to
present to its members the relation-
ship that history has in effecting our
The infant organization got off to
a good start with a series of interest-
ing programs. This group originated
under the leadership of Mrs. Annie
FIRST ROW: P. Lovall, J. Jones, A. Voss, G. Lenahan, A. Hudson, A. Gordon, P. Byrd
S. Foley. SECOND ROW: D. Davis, B. Strickland, E. Burton, P. Haynes, M. Dorris, M
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Teamwork, school loyalty, sacrifice of time, together This Organization presented an opportunity for out
with hard work were required to earn a HT" in one of standing athletes in various fields to meet each other
Treadwell's senior high sports. socially and enjoy fellowship.
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FIRST ROW: P. Ex-
ley, D. Howard, R.
Haynes, D. Janss, J.
King, B. McAfee, A.
C. Williams, A.
Smith, F. Perry, C.
Halford, M. Ham-
rick. S E C O N D
ROW: L. Houston,
B. McNeal, J. Neal,
B. Strickland, J. Coy,
E. Ware, J. Sullivan,
J. Fairly, W. Rush-
ton, G. Miller, M.
ROW: Coach Hard-
ke, Sponsor, R. Wise-
man, R. Durhy, K.
Miller, T. Myrick, R.
Martin, R. Snipes, .l.
Ray, D. Burge, B.
Patterson, D. Rye, R.
McGoif, R. Baker.
Treadwell graduates always remember the home of
their senior year with a certain fondness that holds a
very special spot in their memories. This sentiment is
twelvefolcl for those who have spent their entire school
life at Treadwell.
On a particularly important day, September 2, 1947,
several hundred six-year-olds crossed Treadwell's thresh-
old for the first time to enter a new, fascinating world
with curiosity, eagerness, and a little fear.
As the years progressed, many experiences were en-
countered and memories stored away for future refer-
ence: the first report card, friendly snowball fights, a
favorite teacher, success with real writing, an Easter
egg hunt, and the first sentimental valentine.
Moving from the quiet halls of the elementary build-
ing to the bustling activity of junior high was considered
quite an achievement. The freckled-faced girl with pig-
tails seemed quite different as a sophisticated seventh
grader. Sports and social activities became a vital area
of school life.
The four unforgettable years in senior high were filled
with development in all phases of personality. Higher
academic levels carried with them higher levels of charac-
ter and responsibility.
Truly these years at Treadwell have been wonderful.
But, even though graduation brings a separation from
the familiar surroundings, friends, and security, a Tread-
well graduate can leave with the assurance of a promis-
ing future based on the Well-rounded foundation he has
acquired and the cherished memories of twelve glorious
TWELVE YEAR CL B
FIRST ROW: D. Lee, D. Autry, C. Halford, J. Coy, B. Ware, J. Sullivan, G. Boales, J. Forrester, M. Roper. SECOND ROW: A. John
son, R. Ragsdale, S. Merrell, W. Ford, L. Houston, B. Strickland, C. Emerick, B. Jones, W. Rushton, J. Hunt, N. Hannings, P. Carr,
N. Slover. THIRD ROW: M. Jones, F. Brown, G. Hillar, J. McCalla, J. Neymon, S. Diebolt, J. Brigance, J. Garner, B. Phillips, J
Traywick, D. Armstrong, S. Slover. FOURTH ROW: W. Woodside, M. Dorris, B. Witt, BQ Collins, L. Douglas, B. Fields, E. Cheek, C
Prescott, G. Holt. FIFTH ROW: B. Gann, A. Smith, V. Van Eaton J. Holt, J. Fleming. SIXTH ROW: N. Towensend, N. Gordon, C
Bolton, S. Vaughn, J. Hunsucker, D. Dennis, D. Burge.
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Nancy Hannings, Vice Presidentg Patsy Boals, Secretaiyg Alice McNeeley, Social Chairman, and
Dick Burge, Social Chairman, are pictured in a planning session.
THE E IOR CLASS
NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-NINE
September of 1958 opened the fresh pages of a new
book, destined to be filled with fond memories as the
seniors plimged enthusiastically into the long-awaited year.
No dream is more cherished, perhaps, than that of
being a senior. ln May of the junior year the dream he-
gan to materialize upon the arrival of the senior rings.
Registration day opened the book to a new and thrilling
year. Mr. Maybry brought us down to earth by reminding
us of the quality of work expected from seniors, the im-
portance of leaving behind a good record, and the vital-
ness of dependability and punctuality. With the first day
of classes a new chapter had begun. Talking to friends,
hurrying to classes, passing tests, and rushing to the
lunchroom will always hold a treasured spot in our book
Sports have an exciting chapter in our lives. Colorful
memories of basketball and football games, noisy pep
meetings, and the glamor of the football banquet will long
persist in the minds of Treadwell graduates. This year
our basketball team had an outstanding record, which ex-
emplified our enthusiasm and appreciation for sports.
May brought us the 1959 Annual with its permanent
record of our achievements and activities. Our joy knew
As our book draws to a close, a happily remembered
chapter is filled with excitement and gaiety of the tradi-
tional ,lunior-Senior Prom. For many, the Prom with its
color, soft music, and swish of dresses will be considered
a high spot in their senior days.
With the closing of the last chapter, the strains of
Treadwell's Ahna Mater swell out as the seniors receive
their diplomas. As the final page of our book is gently
closed, the seniors with glistening tears walk out to meet
life with the training and experiences received at Tread-
TREAD L Twelve Years of Memories
ARCHIBALD, JAMES - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, History.
Activities: Red Cross lg Track 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Science Club 43 Band 1,
2, 3, Social Chairman 4.
ARENDALE, REBA-Major: Science. Minor: Commercial. Activities:
Biology Club 2.
ARMSTRONG, DORIS-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language.
Activities: Twelve-Year Club 4: Prayer Meeting Group 4, Latin Club 2,
3: Science Club 4, American History Club 4.
ARNOLD, DIANE-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Home Econo-
mics. Activities: Office Staff 2: Honorary Major 4: Officers and Sponsors
Club 45 FHA 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2: Science Club 4-g Biology Club 2: Majorette
2, 3, 4: Tri-S 4.
AUSTIN, DIXIE-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Commercial.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 23 Office Staff 2, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4:
Latin Club 2, 45 Science Club 3, 4: Biology Club 2.
AUSTIN, WILLIAM-Major: History. Minor: Industrial Arts, Art. Activi-
ties: Homeroom Social Chairman 3, 4.
AUTRY, DONALD-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Activi-
ties: Twelve-Year Club 4: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3.
AVENT MICHAEL--Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Commercial.
Student Advisory Board 4-9 Red Cross 2: Football 2, American
History Club 35 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3.
BAILEY, WILLIAM-Major: Science. Minor: History, Mathematics. Ac-
tivities: Law Club 4.
BAILEY, ROBERT-Major: Science. Minor: History, Industrial Arts.
Activities: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3.
'EERE 3' .91
Robert Ragsdale, Glenna Boales, and Charles Emerick begin their
last busy day at Treadwell.
BALLINGER, MILDRED' - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Lan-
guage. Activities: Student Advisory Board-2, 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Home-
room Social Chairman 2, Secretary 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4:
Spanish Club Vice President 4: Science Club 3, 4: Biology Clu'b 2, 3:
American History Club Secretary 3: Tri-S Secretary 4: Honor Society 4:
Quill and Scroll 4.
BARBEE, JAMES-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, History. Activi-
ties: Student Advisory Board 3: Homeroom Social Chairman 3: Hi-Y 2:
Science Club 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Law Club 4.
BILLIONS, ROY-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Science, Mathematics.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 2: Homeroom Vice President 2, Social
Chairman 3, President 1, 4: Rifle Team 3, 4: Non-Commissioned Officers
Club 3: Officers and Sponsors Club Treasurer 4: Football 2: Track 2:
Science Club 3: Biology Club 2, 3: American History Club 3.
BIRKELAND, VICTOR-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language.
Activities: Drill Platoon 3: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3: Football 4.
BISHOP, CAROLE-Major: Science. Minor: Language, Mathematics.
Activities: Homeroom Secretary 1, Vice President 3: Red Cross 1: Tri-
Hi-Y 1, 2, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Senior Chorus 2: Glee Club 1: American
History Club 3.
BOALES, GLENNA-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language.
Activities: 'Student Advisory Board 1, 2: Yearbook'Staff Assistant Editor
4: Junior Class Secretary 3: Homeroom Secretary 2, Vice President 3:
Twelve-Year Club 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 4, Secretary 1: Y-Teens 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Science Club 3: Band 1:
Tri-S 4: Law Club 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4. ,
BOALS, PATSY-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Language. Activi-
ties: Student Advisory Board 3, Monitor 2: Yearbook Staff 4: Senior Class
Secretary 4: Homeroom Secretary 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Secretary 4: Spanish
Club 3, President 4: Biology Club Secretary 3: American History Club 3:
Tri-S 4: Honor Society 4: Science Club 4: Quill and Scroll 4.
BOARTFIELD, JUDITH-Major: Commercial. Minor: Home Economics,
Speech. Activities: Eagle Staff 3: Yearbook Staff 4: Office Staff 1, 2, 3:
Secretary Club 4: FHA 3: Quill and Scroll 4.
BOLTON, CUTAH-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, History. Activi-
ties: Homeroom Social Chairman 1, 2, 3, 4: Twelve-Year Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y
1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1: Science Club 4: Biology Club 2: Tri-S 4: FHA 3.
BOURLAND, NANCY-Major: History. Minor: Commercial, Home Eco-
nomics. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Y-Teens 1, 4: Prayer Meeting Group 4:
Secretary Club 4: Spanish Club 1: FHA 4: American History Club 3:
Law Club 3.
Judy Boartfield Cutah Bolton Nancy Bourland
Jean Brigance Freddie Brown
BO INETTE, PHILIP-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Art, History.
BOWLING, 'RAMELLE-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Mathematics,
Commercial. Activities: Homeroom Secretary 43 Thespians l, 2, 3, 43
BRADLEY, SARAH-Major: Home Economics. Minor:
cial. Activities: Twelve-Year Club 4-3 FHA 3.
BRIGANCE, JEAN-Major: Home Economics. Minor
cial. Activities: Twelve-Year Club 43 Office Staff 1,
Tri-Hi-Y 43 Secretary Club 4.
Arts. Activities: Twelve-Year Club 43 Football 3, 4
BRYAN, JUNE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science,
BROWN, FREDDIE - Major: Mathematics. Minor:
Cross 2 3
Track lg Senior
ties: Student Advisory Board 43 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Eagle
Staff 3, 43 Homeroom Vice President 3, Treasurer 4-3 Latin Club 3g
American History Club 33 Tri-S 43 Honor Society 43 Quill and Scroll 4.
BURGE, RICHARD-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, History. Activi-
ties: Senior Class Social Chairman 4-3 Homeroom President 1, 2, 3, Vice
President Ll-3 Twelve-Year Club 43 Red Cross 2g Football 1, 2, 3, 43
Basketball 1, 23 Track 3, 43 Hi-Y 4g Biology Club 33 Boys' Chorus 13
American History Club 33 Tri-S 4.
BURK, JOE-Major: History. Minor: Industrial Arts, Commercial. Activi-
ties: American History Club 33 Law Club 4g Homeroom Vice President
13 Basketball li Baseball lg Spanish Club 33 Science Club 3.
BURNS, JOE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science. Activities: Latin Club
13 Science Club 33 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 23 Engineers Club 3.
BYARS, KENNETH-Major: History. Minor: Commercial, Mathematics.
Activities: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 33 Officers and Sponsors
Club 4g Football 13 Basketball 1.
Typically posed Mr Muybry speaks to us at Senior Registra- Joe Burk
tion reminding, us that this is our most important year.
J oe Burns Ken Byars
Glowing with pride, Seniors examine their new class rings.
CALLAWAY, CAMILLE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language.
Activities: Yearbook Staff 4-3 Office Staff 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin
Club 1, 2g Science Club 3, 4, American History Club 3, Tri-S 45 Quill
and Scroll 4.
CAMPBELL, DON-Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Art. Activities:
Homeroom President 1, 2, Vice President 3, Football lg Track 1.
CAMPBELL, MARY CAROLYN-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Speech,
Science. Activities: Eagle Staff 44 Twelve-Year Club 4: Student Congress
3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g Thespians 1, 2, 3, 4, National Forensic League
4-g Spanish Club 3, 4g Science Club 45 Biology Club 2, 3: American History
Club 3g Tri-S 4-.
CARR, PATRICIA-Major: Band. Minor: Science, Mathematics. Activi-
ties: Twelve-Year.Club 4-5 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 33 Y-Teens 2, 3: Biology Club 23
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Memphis Youth Concert Band 4g American History Club 3.
CARR, VANCE--Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Industrial Arts.
Activities: Homeroom Vice President 25 Hi-Y 2.
CASH, EDWARD-Major: History. Minor: Industrial Arts, Speech. Activi-
ties: Eagle Staff 1, 2, Homeroom Vice President 2: Red Cross President
25 Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2g Biology Club 2, Senior Chorus 3.
gA'gES, WILLIAM-Major: History. Minor: Industrial Arts. A
CAVINESS, MARY RUTH-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science story.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 13 Eagle Staff 2, 3g ,Homeroom Sec-
retary-Treasurer 4-g Honor Society 1, 4-3 Office Staff 4, Library Staff 1:
Prayer Meeting Group 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3: American History Club 3.
CAVITT, BRENDA-Major: Commercial. Minor: Art, Home Economics.
Activities: Yearbook Art Editor 45 Homeroom Secretary 3, Treasurer 3, 45
gecrefary Club 45 American History Club 39 Honor Society 43 Quill and
CHANDLER, DON-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Industrial Arts.
E I OR CLAS
Mary Carolyn Campbell
Activities: Student Advisory Board 23 Track 4g Tri-S 4.
Mary Ruth Caviness Brenda Cavitt Don Chandler
INGS: Cherished Emblem
Cl-IEEK, EMANUEL - Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Industrial
Arts. Activities: Homeroom Treasurer 4: Twelve-Year Club 4: Tri-S 4:
Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3.
COBB, DIANNA-Major: Commercial. Minor: Speech, Home Economics.
Activities: Homeroom Secretary 3, Vice President 4: Secretary Club 4:
Law Club 4: FHA 4.
COBB, JANICE-Major: Commercial. Minor: Science, History. Activities:
Eagle Staff 1,.2: Yearbook Staff 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2,
3, 4: Y-Teens 1: Spanish Club 2: Biology Club 2: American History Club
3: Tri-S 4: Secretary Club 4: Quill and Scroll 4.
COCKRUM, LARRY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Industrial
Arts. Activities: Student Advisory Board 1: Drill Team 2, 3: Non-Com-
missioned Officers Club 3: Officers and Sponsors Club 4: Office Staff
4: Key Club 2, 3, 4, Lieutenant Colonel 4.
COLLINS, JOHN-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Language. Activi-
ties: Student Advisory Board 2: Horneroom President 1: Honor Society 3,
4: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3: Football 1, 2: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Key
Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: American History Club Vice President 3.
COLLINS, ROBERT-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Science, History.
Activities: Twelve-Year Club 4: Red Cross 2: Non-Commissioned Officers
Club Vice President 3: Football 1, 2: Spanish Club 3: Biology Club 2:
American History Club 3.
CONNORS, JAMES-Major: History. Minor: Art, Industrial Arts. Activi-
ties: Tri-S 4.
COTHAM, JERRY-Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Industrial Arts.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 1: Red Cross 3: First Lieutenant 4.
COVINGTON, JERRY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Language.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 4: Senior Chorus 3, 4: Music Club 3,
4: All-Memphis Chorus 4: All-State Chorus 4.
COWAN, NORMA-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Commercial, Science.
Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 4: Science
Club 4: Biology Club 3: Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4: Memphis Youth Concert
Band 3: American History Club 3: Band Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Seniors look on as Juniors Bob Jordon and Gloria Griffin N X Jerry Cotham
start u jam session.
COY, JOHN-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Activities:
Homeroom Secretary 2, Twelve-Year Club 4, Student Congress Represen-
tative 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Track
3, 4, Boys' "T" Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Science Club
3, 4, Biology Club 2, American History Club 3, Tri-S 4, Law Club 4.
CRAWFORD, KAY-Major: Science. Minor: History, Mathematics. Activi-
ties: Student Advisory Board 1, Eagle Staff 1, 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Home-
room Secretary 3, Vice President 4, Office Staff 1, 2, Cheerleader 1,
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Majorette 3, 4, Tri-S 4.
CULLUM, DEMETRA-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Science, Mathe-
matics. Activities: Homeroom Social Chairman 4, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Y-Teens 1,
2, Secretary Club 4, Tri-S 4, Law Club 4, FHA 1, 2, 4.
CUNNINGHAM, THOMAS-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Lan-
guage. Activities: Yearbook Staff 4, Homeroom Treasurer 2, Vice President
1, Social Chairman 3, Honor Society President 1, Non-Commissioned Officer
Club 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, Track 2, 3, 4,
Boys' "T" Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3,5 4, Key Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1,,Spanish
Club 4, Science Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, American History Club
Treasurer 3, Tri-S 4, Thespians 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
DABBS, PATRICIA-Major: History. Minor: Art, Commercial. Activities:
Y-Teens 1, 2.
DARBY, MARILYN-Major: Home Economics. Minor: History, Mathe-
matics. Activities: Homeroom Treasurer 1, Social Chairman 2, Red Cross
4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, Law Club 4, FHA 1, 4.
DAVENPORT, EUGENE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Industrial Arts,
Science. Activities: Twelve-Year Club 4.
DAVIS, LARRY JOE-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Language.
Activities: Yearbook Circulation Manager 4, Senior Class President 4,
.lunior Class President 3, Homeroom President 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3,
4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, Treasurer 2, Biology Club
2, 4, President 3, Band 1, 2, 3, President 4, American, History Club 3,
Science Club Vice President 4, 'Quill and Scroll 4.
DAVIS, TON1-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Activities:
Yearbook Staff 4, Red Cross 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Biology
Club 2, Tri-S 4.
DEAKINS, RONALD-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History. Activities:
Drill Team 4, Transfer from Germantown.
Larry Joe Davis Toni Davis' Ronald Deal-tins
Al Johnson, Carolyn Grant, Mike Hamric, and Mildred Ballin-
ger are still able to smile, even after being initiated into the
DENNIS, DONNIE-Major: Science. Minor: History, Commercial. Activi-
ties: Student Advisory Board 45 Homeroom Vice President 2, 35 Twelve-
Year Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Y-Teens 15 Tri-S 4.
DICKISON, ESTHER-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Language, Commer-
cial. Activities: Student Advisory Board 45 Latin Club 15 Senior Chorus
45 American History Club 3.
DIEBOLT, SHIRLEY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Language. Activities:
Student Advisory Board 45 Twelve-Year Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
DORRIS, MICHAEL-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, History. Ac-
tivities: Student.Advisory Board 1, 25 Homeroom Vice President 1, Presi-
dent 3, 45 Twelve-Year Club 45 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 2, 35
Hi-Y 45 Science Club 45 American History Club 35 Tri-S 45 Key Club 4.
DOUGLAS, LARRY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science. Activities:
Student Advisory Board President 15 Twelve-Year Club 45 Red Cross 1,
25 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 35 Hi-Y 45 American History Club
Vice President 4.
DOWTIN, CAROLE-Major: History. Minor: Science, Home Economics.
Activities: Yearbook Staff 45 Y-Teens 35 Prayer Meeting Group 3, 45
Science Club 45 American History Club 3.
DUNIVAN, MARGARET-Major: Commercial. Minor: Speech, Home
Economics. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 45 Y-Teens 45 Prayer Meeting Group 45
Biology Club 45 American History Club 35 FHA 3.
EASLEY, GERALDINE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Language, Science.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 3, Chaplain 45 Eagle Staff 2, 35 Year-
book Assistant Editor 45 Homeroom President 1, 2, 45 Honor Society 3,
Vice President 45 Student Congress 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Prayer Meeting
Group 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Biology Club 35 Quill and Scroll 3,
45 American History Club Vice President 3.
EASTWOOD, JEAN-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, History. Activi-
ties: Red Cross 2, 35 Office Staff 45 Library Staff 25 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Prayer
Meeting Group 45 Biology Club 25 American History Club 3.
ECHOLS, MILDA-Major: Commercial. Minor: History, Home Economics.
Activities: Office Staff 45 Y-Teens 15 Secretary Club 45 Tri-S 45 Law
Club 45 FHA 3.
Gerry Easley Jean Eastwood Milda Echols
Selected to be Miss Eagle of '58 at the Annual Kickoff
was talented "Cha Cha Halfoot" of the 12-9 homeroom.
Activities: Library Staff 2: Prayer Meeting Group 1.
Activities: Library Staff 25 Prayer Meeting Group l.
ties: Student Advisory Board lg Baseball Manager lg Thespians 2g Non-
Commissioned Officers Club 3.
Commercial. Minor: Speech, Home Economics.
Commercial. Minor: Home Economics, Speech.
History. Minor: Mathematics, Speech. Activi-
EMERICK, CHARLES-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Band, Science. Ac-
tivities: Twelve-Year Club. 4: Honor Society lg Red Cross 3, President 4:
Science ,Club 3, 43 Biology Club 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 3, 4, American History
Club 3, Band Club 1, 2, 3, Merit Recorder 43 Key Club 4.
ENOS, DAN-Major: History. Minor: Music, Mathematics. Activities:
Homeroom Social Chairman 4-5 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 33 Officers
and Sponsor Club 43 American History Club 3: Music Club 3, 4.
ERWIN, JERRY-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Mathematics. Activities:
Twelve-Year Club 45 Tri-S 4.
EXLEY, PATRICK-Major: History. Minor: Mathematics. Activities:
Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4-5 Boys' "T" Club 4.
FAUGHT, MARTHA-Major: Commercial. Minor: History, Home Eco-
nomics. Activities: Red Cross 1, 3: Office Staff 2, 35 Spanish Club 2.
FERGUSON, DAVID-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Industrial
Arts. Activities: Homeroom President 1, Vice President 2, Social Chairman
3, 45 Twelve-Year ,Club 4: Non-Commissioned Officers Club Treasurer 33
Football Manager lg Hi-Y 2, 4: ROTC Drill Team 2, 3.
Loyce Elam Joyce Elam
John Elkins Charles Emerick
Dan Enos Jerry Erwin
FIELDS, BEN-Major: History. Minor: Art, Commercial. Activities:
Twelve-Year Club 45 Student Advisory Board 4.
FIELDS, ROBERT-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Industrial Arts, Science.
Activities: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3: Science Club 4.
Davy Ferguson Ben Fields Bobby Fields
Pat Exley Martha Faught
.lo Ann Fleming
FLEET, RICHARD-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Commercial.
Activities: American History Club 35 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 35
Eagle Staff 4.
FLEMING, JO ANN-Major: History. Minor: Commercial, Music. Activi-
ties: Twelve-Year Club 45 Senior Chorus 3, 45 Band 2.
FLETCHER, JUDITH-Major: Commercial. Minor: Mathematics, Home
Economics. Activities: Office Staff 4.
FLY, LYNN-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Language, History. Activities:
Yearbook Staff 45 Honor Society 1, 45 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 25 Track
2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Science Club 3, 45 Biology Club
2, 35 American History Club 35 Tri-S 45 Quill and Scroll 4.
FORD, WILLIE--Major: Mathematics. Minor: Speech, History. Activities:
Student Advisory Board 3, 45 Eagle Staff 1, 25 Homeroom Treasurer 1,
Secretary 25 Twelve-Year Club 45 Red Cross 1, 2, 35 Rifle Team 3, 45
Library Staff 1, 25 Football Manager 15 Basketball Manager 15 Baseball
15 Hi-Y 45 National Forensic League 1, 25 Debate Team 25 Thespians
1, 25 Prayer Meeting Group 15 Science Club 3, 45 Biology Club 25 Senior
Chorus 35 Boys' Chorus 35 American History Club 35 Tri-S 45 Drill Team
2, 35 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 35 Music Club 1, 3.
FORRESTER, JUDITH-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, History.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 35 Eagle Staff 1, 35 Yearbook Staff
45 Homeroom Social Chairman 3, 45 Twelve-Year Club 45 Honor Society
1, 3, 4, Chaplain 15 Red Cross 15 Office Staff 1, 2, 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3,
45 Latin Club 1, 25 Science Club 3, 45 American History Club 35 Tri-S 45
Quill and Scroll 4.
FREE, JUDITH-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Band. Activities:
Student Advisory Board 15 Junior Class Vice President 35 Homeroom Vice
President 1, Social Chairman 2, 35 Honor Society 15 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Y-Teens
15 Science Club 35 Majorette 2, 3.
FRENCH, PEGGY-Major: Commercial. Minor: Mathematics, Home Eco-
nomies. Activities: Office Staff 1, 25 Library Staff 1, 25 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25
Secretary Club 45 FHA 2, 3, Social Chairman 1, 2.
GALLOWAY, PATRICIA-Major: Commercial. Minor: Home Economics.
Activities: Eagle Staff 25 Yearbook Staff 45 Red Cross 45 Office Staff
1, 25 Thespians 2, 3, 45 Secretary Club 4.
GANN, BARBARA-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Speech. Activi-
ties: Student Advisory Board President 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom
Secretary 1, 2, 4, Treasurer l, 2, 3, 45 Twelve-Year Club 45 Honor Society
Secretary 15 Student Congress 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Y-Teens 15 Thespians
3, 3ilVice President 45 Band Majorette 2, 3, Drum Major 45 Quill and
Peggy French Pat Galloway Barbara Gann
r S CH OLARSHI
Representing the twenty fall inductees into the Honor
Society, .lune Bryan and Ronnie Swain receive inspira-
tion from Master of Ceremony Douglas Janss.
GARNER, JERRI-Major: History. Minor: Science, Commercial. Activi-
ties: Yeanhook Staff 45 Homeroom Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4, Twelve-Year Club
45 Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens lg Quill and Scroll 4.
GORDON, JERRY-Major: History. Minor: Science, Mathematics. Activi-
ties: Homeroom Social Chairman 2, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4: Hi-Y
3, President 4: Senior Chorus 3, 43 American History Club 3: Tri-S 4,
Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3.
GORDON, NOUVELL-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Speech. Ac-
tivities: Homeroom Secretary 4: Twelve-Year Club 45 Prayer Meeting
Group 4: FHA 3, 4.
GRANT, CAROLYN-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Language. Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board Sg Yearbook Business Manager 45 Red
Cross 2: Cheerleader 3, Captain 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 4:
Biology Club 3: American History Club Treasurer 3: Tri-S 4g Law Club 4g
Quill and Scroll 4.
GRAY, MARY SUE-Major: Commercial. Minor: Mathematics. Activities:
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Secretary Club 4: Band 3, 43 Majorette 4: American History
Club 3g Law Club 4.
GREENE, REBA-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Commercial. Activi-
ties: Red Cross 3: Office Staff 3, 4: Library Staff 45 Secretary Club 4:
Law Club 4.
GREEN, GALE-Major: History. Minor: Language, Commercial. Activities:
Office Staff lg Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens lg Prayer Meeting Group 4:
Spanish Club 3, 4: Tri-S 4.
GREEN, MARCHETA-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Mathematics,
Commercial. Activities: Red Cross 1, 2, 3: Library Staff 1: Tri-Hi-Y 4:
Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: All-State Chorus 2, 3, 45 FHA 4g Music Club 4.
GUTHRIE, BRADFORD-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Industrial
HALE, KENNETH-Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Commercial.
Activities: Biology Club 2: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3:'Officers
and Sponsors Club 4.
Mary Sue Gray
Marcheta Green Brad Guthrite Kenneth Hale
for Eve: y Senior
HALFORD, CHARLES-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Speech.
Activities: Homeroom Social Chairman 13 Twelve-Year Club 43 Red Cross
2g Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 4g
Boys' "T" Club 4g Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Thespians 43 Tri-S 4.
HALL, JESSE-Major: Commercial. Minor: Language, Science. Activities:
Student Advisory Board 4.
HALL, JUDITH-Major: Home Economics. Minor: History, Commercial.
Activities: FHA 2.
HALL, MICKEY-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Mathematics, Science.
Activities: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 33 Hi-Y 4.
HANNINCS, NANCY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 13 Yearbook Staff 4g Senior Class Vice
President 43 Homeroom Treasurer 2, Secretary 43 Twelve-Year Club 43
Honor Society 3, President 1, Secretary 43 Red Cross 2, 3, President 43
Office Staff 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 Science Club 43 Biology
Club 2, Vice President 33 American History Club 33 Quill and Scroll 4.
HARGAN, JEAN--Major: History. Minor: Science. Activities: Red Cross
33 Science Club 43 Senior Chorus 3, 43 Music Club Vice President 4.
HARRELL, LUCY-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Science, Commercial.
Activities: Latin Club 2g FHA 4.
HARRIS, PHYLLIS-Major: Commercial. Minor: Language. Activities:
Spanish Club 2, 3,
HATCHER, EMILY--Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 43 Yearbook Staff 43 Junior Class
Social Chairman 33 Homeroom Secretary 1, 3, 43 Honor Society 3, Chap-
lain 43 Office Staff 2, 33 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 1, Vice President
23 Science Club 3, Secretary 43 American History Club 3g Tri-S 43 Quill
and Scroll 4.
HAWKS, ANNETTE-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Language.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 4-3 Prayer Meeting Group 3, 43 Latin
Club 23 Biology Club 2, 33 Senior Chorus 3, 43 Glee Club 23 American
History Club 4.
At the Inaugural Ball new S.A.B. officers Ralph Haynes, Barbara
Cann, John Neal, and Gerry Easley had already begun making
plans for the new year.
PEP MEETI G.
HAYNES, DEON-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Language, Commercial.
Activities: 'Student Advisory Board 1: Twelve-Year Club 4: Honor Society
1, 4: Office Staff 3: Library Staff 1, 2.
HAYNES, RALPH-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Industrial Arts.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 2, 3, President 45 Junior Class Treasurer
3: Homeroom President 2, 3, Vice President 4: Baseball l: Track 1: Golf
1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' "T" Club 2, 3, 4: Key Club 2, 3, 4.
HEINZ, JUNE-Major: Commercial. Minor: Science, Language. Activi-
ties: Office Staff 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4: Y-Teens 4: Secretary Club 4: Latin Club
1, 2: Biology Club 2.
HILLIARD, GENE-Major: Science. Minor: Science, Language. Activities:
Twelve-Year Club 4: American History Club 3: Honor Society 1: Drill Pla-
toon 2, 3: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3.
HITE, ELLA MAE-Major: Commercial. Minor: Speech, Home Economics.
Activities: Yearbook Staff 4: Twelve-Year Club 4: Office Staff 4: Tri-Hi-Y
4: Thespians 2, 3, 4: FHA 3: Tri-S 4.
HOLT, GENE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Music. Activities:
Student Advisory Board 1: Homeroom President 2, 4: Twelve-Year Club
4: Honor Society 1: Football 1: Track 1: Key Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club
4: Science Club 4: Biology Club 3: Senior Chorus 4: Tri-S 4: Drill
HOLT, JERRY-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Music. Activities:
Student Advisory Board Monitor 3: Twelve-Year Club 4: ROTC Captain
4: Science Club 3, 4: Senior Chorus 2, 3, 4: Officers and Sponsors Club
4: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3: Music Club 2, 3, 4: Drill Platoon 3.
HOUSTON, LARRY-Major: History. Minor: Commercial, Arts. Activi-
ties: Twelve-Year Club 4: Red Cross 4: Non-Commissioned Officers Club
3: Basketball Manager 1: Track 3, 4: Boys' "T" Club 4: Law Club 4.
HOWELL, PEGGY-Major: History. Minor: Commercial, Home Economics.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 2: Eagle Staff 1: Yearbook Staff 4:
Homeroom Treasurer 1, Secretary 2, Vice President 3: Red Cross 1:
Office Staff 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1: Spanish Club 4: FHA
Secretary 3: Quill and Scroll 4.
HUNSUCKER, JERROL-Major: History. Minor: Commercial. Activities:
Junior Class Social Chairman 3: Homeroom President 1, 2, 3, 4: Twelve-
Igear Club 4: Non-Commissioned Officers Club President 3: Football 2:
i-Y 3, 4.
Ella Mae Hlte
Larry Houston Peggy Howell .l C1101 HUIlSUCk61'
Promote S pirit
HUNT, JOYCE-Major: History. Minor: Home Economics, Commercial.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 1, 4, Monitor 45 Yearbook Staff 45
Homeroom Secretary 1, Social Chairman 35 Red Cross 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45
Y-Teens 15 Science Club 35 American History Club 35 Tri-S 45 Quill and
HURST, KYLE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Commercial. Ac-
tivities: Drill Platoon 25 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 2, 35 Red
IRWIN, ALVIN-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, History. Activities:
Honor Society 15 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 35 Golf 4-5 Hi-Y 45
Science Club 45 Biology Club 25 American History Club S5 Tri-S 45
Thespians 2, 35 Drill Platoon 2.
JACEMAN, BEVERLY-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Band. Ac-
tivities: Honor Society 15 Red Cross 15 Biology Club 25 Band 1, 2, 35
American History Club 3.
JANSS, DOUGLAS-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Language. Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board 1, 2, 3, 4, Monitor 2, 35 Eagle Staff 1,
2, 35 Yearbook Editor 45 Homeroom Social Chairman 1, 2, 45 Honor
Society 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 15 Red Cross 1, 25 ROTC First Lieutenant 35
Student Congress 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Baseball 15 Track
1, 25 Golf 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' "T" Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3, President
4-5 Latin Club 1, 25 Science Club 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 35 Quill and
Scroll 3, Treasurer 4-5 American History Club 35 Non-Commissioned Of-
ficers Club 25 Officers and Sponsors Club 3.
JENNINGS, MAXINE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Music, Commercial.
Activities: Homeroom Secretary 25 Tri-Hi-Y 15 Prayer Meeting Group 2,
3, 45 Biology Club 25 Senior Chorus 3, 4.
JOHNSON, ALFRED-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Language.
Activities: Twelve-Year Club 45 Second Lieutenant 3, Captain 4, Rifle
Team 45 Football 2, 3, 4-5 Football Manager 15 Spanish Club 4.
JOHNSON, MAURY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Industrial
Arts. Activities: Red Cross 15 Football 25 Baseball 15 Track 15 Hi-Y 45
Prayer Meeting Group 1, 2, 35 Science Club 45 Biology Club 25 Senior
Chorus 1, 25 American History Club 35 Non-Commissioned Officers Club
35 Music Club 1, 2.
JONES, DANIEL-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Industrial Arts.
Activities: Spanish Club 4-.
JONES, HARVEY-Major: History. Minor: Music, Mathematics. Activi-
ties: Red Cross 35 Football Manager 15 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25
Baseball 1, 25 Track 35 Senior Chorus 3, 4.
Maury Johnson Danny Jones 5 . Harvey Jones
Mary .I ones
JONES, JEAN ELAINE-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Speech, Com-
mercial. Activities: Office Staff 3, 4: Library Staff 1: Tri-Hi-Y 3: Prayer
Meeting Group 1, 2: Latin Club 1: American History Club 3: FHA 1, 2, 3.
JONES, DERRIE JEAN-Major: Commercial. Minor: Home Economics,
Music. Activities: Glee Club 4: FHA 3: Red Cross 1.
JONES, MARY-Major: Commercial. Minor: Mathematics, Speech. Activi-
ties: Twelve-Year Club 4: Office Staff 3, 4: Honorary First Lieutenant 3,
4: Prayer Meeting Group 2: Secretary Club 4: Spanish Club 3: Senior
JONES, ROBERT-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Activi-
ties: Twelve-Year Club: Football 2: American History Clubi4.
JONES, ROY-Major: Art. Minor: Industiral Arts. Activities: Non-Com-
missioned Officers Club 3.
KING, JAMES-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science. Activities: Student
Advisory Board 1: Eagle Staff 1: Homeroom President 1, 2, 3: Football
1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Boys' "T" Club
4: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4-: Spanish Club 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: American
History Club 3: Honor Society 4.
KROTZER, JOHNNY-Major: Science. Minor: History, Mathematics. Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board 1: Homeroom President 2, Social Chair-
man 4: Rifle Team 3: Football Manager 2: Baseball 1, 3, 4: Track 3,
4: Boys' "T" Club 4: American History Club 3.
LACY, ALLEN-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, History. Activities:
Rifle Team 3, 4.
LAFFERTY, MICHAEL-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Industrial
Arts. Activities: Student Advisory Board Reporter 2.
LEATHERWOOD, KAREN-Major: Commercial. Minor: Mathematics,
History. Activities: Homeroom Treasurer 1: Office Staff 1, 3: Library Staff
1: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Secretary Club 4: Glee Club 1: American History
Club 3: Law Club 4.
LEE, DENTON-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Industrial Arts.
Activities: Twelve-Year Club 4: ROTC Captain 4: Rifle Team 4: Football
2: Hi-Y 4: Science Club 4: Tri-S 4: Band 1: Drill Platoon 3.
Bobby J ones
Mike Lafferty Karen Leatherwood Denton Lee
adge of Seniority
Judy Lee Lyvonne Lee
Sandra Lee Nancy Levy
J ack Little Joan Little
LEE, JUDY-Major: Commercial. Minor: Home Economics, Mathematics.
Activities: Office Staff 1, 2g Prayer Meeting Group 1, 4-3 Secretary Club
43 State Homemaker Degree 43 Band 13 FHA 1, 2.
LEE, LYVONNE-Major: Commercial. Minor: History. Activities: Spanish
Club 33 American History Club 44.
LEE, SANDRA fBisl1opJ-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Home
Economics. Activities: Homeroom Social Chairman 33 Office Staff lg
Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Treasurer -1: FHA 2, 33 State Homemaker Degree 43
Biology Club 2.
LEVY, NANCY-Major: History. Minor: Commercial. Activities: Eagle
Staff 2g Office Staff 33 Library Staff lg Tri-Hi-Y 4-3 Secretary Club 43
Latin Club lg Spanish Club 23 American History Club 33 Tri-S 413 Law
LITTLE, JACKSON - Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Industrial
Arts. Activities: Science Club 3.
LITTLE, JOAN-Major: Language. Minor: Mathematics, History. Activi-
ties: Student Advisory Board Monitor 33 Yearbook Staff 43 Library Staff
43 Prayer Meeting Group 1, 2, 3, 413 Latin Club 1, 2g Spanish Club 43
Science Club 4-.
LOMAX, BRENDA-Major: Commercial. Minor: Band, History. Activities:
Twelve-Year Club 43 Y-Teens Vice1President 13 Spanish Club 3.
LOTT, JOY-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Language. Activities:
Student Advisory Board 2, 33 Eagle 3, 43 Yearbook Staff 413 Homeroom
President 1, Vice President 2g Honor Society 413 Girls' State 33 Cheerleader
1, 2, Captain 3, 4-3 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4-3 Spanish Club 2, President 33
Science Club 413 Biology Club 2, 33 Quill and Scroll 3, Secretary 4-.
LYON, CAROLYN-Major: Commercial. Minor: Music, Home Economics.
Activities: Homeroom Secretary 33 Y-Teens 13 Senior Chorus 3, 43 Glee
MADDEN, SANDRA - Major: Commercial. Minor: Home Economics,
History. Activities: Homeroom President 1, Social Chairman 2g Office
Staff 1, 2g FHA 2, 3.
MAGEE, JUANITA-Major: Commercial. Minor: Home Economics, Lan-
guage. Activities: Student Advisory Board 43 Red Cross 3.
Brenda Lomax Joy Lott
Carolyn Lyon Sandra Madden Juanita Magee
Feeling the football spirit, students join the cheerleaders in
yelling, "Let's beat Tupelo!"
MARTIN, GERTRUDE-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Speech, History.
Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 15 Debate Team 15 Glee Club 1.
MAYO, JAMES-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Language, Science. Activi-
ties:,, Student Advisory Board 3, 45 Eagle Staff 45 Yearbook Photographer
45 Honor Society 1, 3. President 45 Red Cross 2, 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45
Latin Club 1, 25 Biology Club 2, 35 American History Club 45 Non-
Commissioned Officers Club 35 Science Club 45 Quill and Scroll 4.
McAFEE, BERNARD-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 2, 35 Homeroom President 1, 25 Second
Lieutenant 35 Officers and Sponsors President 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' "T" Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y
1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Science Club 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 35 American
History Club President 4.
MCCALLA, JOHN-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Activi-
ties: Homeroom Secretary 2, 3, Vice President 45 Twelve-Year Club 4,
Captain 45 Rifle Team 45 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 35 Officers and
Sponsors Secretary 45 Track 45 Tri-S 45 Drill Platoon 3.
McCAMON, JANICE-Major: Science. Minor: Home Economics, Com-
mercial. Activities: Honorary Captain 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 45 Secretary Club 45
State Homemaker Degree 45 Biology Club 2.
McCOY, MARY-Major: Music. Minor: Art, Home Economics. Activities:
Senior Chorus 45 Glee Club 2.
MCDANIEL, ANNETTE-Major: Commercial. Minor: Home Economics,
Science. Activities: Red Cross 3, 45 Office Staff 25 Library Staff 15 Secre-
tary Club 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Science Club 35 Majorette 45 American
History Club 3.
McGOFF, RUSSELL-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Ac-
tivities: Eagle Staff 35 Homeroom Vice President 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 45 Boys' "T" Club
2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3.
MCMAHON, JOHN-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Activi-
ties: Twelve:Year Club 45 Track 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 15 Science
Club 4-5 American History Club 35 Law Club 4.
McLEMORE, GAIL-Major: Commercial. Minor: Science, Home Eco-
nomics. Activities: Library Staff 15 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 25 Y-Teens 15 FHA 3.
. - 4
5 it ..
Russell McGoff John McMahon Gail McLemore Annette McDaniel
Bob McNeal Alice McNeely
Marian McWhirter Swayne Merrell
Geraldine Middleton Grady Miller
John Miller Scarlett Miller
Football Captains Wayne Rushton and .loe Sullivan
set off the Treadwell spirit as they enter the first
Patricia Milton Virginia Montague
McNEAL, ROBERT-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Industrial Arts. Activi-
ties: Homeroom Social Chairman 35 Track 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Science Club 45
American History Club 4.
McNEELY, ALICE-Major: Science. Minor: Commercial, Home Economics.
Activities: Student Advisory Board President 15 Yearbook Circulation
Manager 45 Senior Class Social Chairman 45 Homeroom President 1,
Secretary 35 Honor Society 15 Office Staff 15 Tri-Hi-Y President 15
State Homemaker Degree 45 Biology Club 25 FHA 2, 3, 45 Quill and
McWH1RTER, MARIAN-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Lan-
guage. Activities: Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom President 1, Social Chair-
man 45 Red Cross Vice President 25 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Latin Club 25 Science
Club 45 Biology Club 25 American History Club 3.
MERRELL, SWAYNE-Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Science.
Activities: Twelve Year Club 45 Red Cross 15 Non-Commissioned Officers
Club 2, 35 Tri-S 4.
MIDDLETON, GERALDINE-Major: Commercial. Minor: Science, Lan-
guage. Activities: Red Cross 35 Office Staff 15 Tri-Hi-Y 35 Prayer Meeting
Group 15 Spanish Club 2, 35 American History Club 3.
MILLER, GRADY-Major: History. Minor: Science, Mathematics. Activi-
ties: Homeroom President 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' "T" Club 3, 45
Science Club 45 Law Club 4.
MILLER, JOHN-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Activi-
ties: ROTC Captain 35 Library Staff 1.
MILLER, SCARLETT-Major: Commercial. Minor: History. Activities:
Glee Club 1.
MILTON, PATRICIA-Major: Commercial. Minor: Speech. Activities:
Y-Teens 1, 35 Thespians 3, 4-.
MONTAGUE, VIRGINIA-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Music, Lan-
guage. Activities: Office Staff 25 Senior Chorus 4.
Jimmy Mayo, Treadwell's most promising scientist, instructs
a group of seniors in the use of a slide rule.
MONTGOMERY, DOUGLAS-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics. Ac-
tivities: Key Club 2, 3, 4.
MONTGOMERY, ERVIN-Major: industrial Arts. Minor: Commercial.
Activities: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3.
MOORE, CAROL-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Language. Ac-
tivities: Eagle Staff 45 Homeroom Secretary 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Tri-
Hi-Y 3, 4.
MOORE, MARTHA-Major: Commercial. Minor: History, Home Eco-
nomics. Activities: FHA 45 Secretary Club 4.
MORRIS. FRANCES-Major: Commercial. Minorzl Art, History. Activities:
.Homeroom Treasurer 15 Red Cross 35 American History Club 3.
MORRIS, JEFFREY-Major: Science. Minor: Language, History. Activi-
ties: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 35 Key Club 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35
American History Club 4-5 Honor Society 4.
MORRISSETTE, JERRY-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Science. Activi-
ties: Red Cross 1, 25 Biology Club 2 5 Glee Club 1, 2.
MORTON, JANET-Major: History. Minor: Music, Commercial. Activities:
Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Music Club 3, 45 Officers
and Sponsors Club 4.
MORTON, WILLIAM-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Language.
Activities: Honor Society 3, 45 Key Club 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 American
History Club 3.
NABORS, BARBARA-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language.
Activities: Student Advisory Board Monitor 35 Eagle Staff 1, 2, 3, Editor
45 Honor Society 3, 45 Red Cross 15 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Prayer Meeting
Group 45 Latin Club 25 Biology Club 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 American
History Club 3.
FI AL EXAM
J eff Morris
Janet Morton Joe Morton Barbara Nabors
.lo Anne Nichols
Smlc or Swtm
NEAL, JOHN-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, History. Activities:
Student Advisory Board 3, Monitor 2, Traffic Chief 43 Yearbook Staff 43
Homeroom Treasurer 13 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 2, 33 Track 43
Golf 43 Hi-Y -2, 3, 43 Key Club 3, Treasurer 43 Latin Club 213 Biology
Club 23 American History Club President 33 Tri-S Vice President 43
Quill and Scroll 4.
NEYMAN, JOSEPH-Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Industrial
Arts. Activities: Homeroom Social Chairman 3, 4, Treasurer 1, 23 Twelve-
Year Club 4g Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3, 4g Tri-S 43 Hi-Y 4.
NICHOLS, JO ANNE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Commercial.
Activities: Yearbook Staff 4g Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3g FHA lg
Biology Club 2, 33 Tri-S 4.
NOE, PATRICIA-Major: Home Economics. Minor: History, Commercial.
Activities: Office Staff 23 Senior Chorus 4.
NOONAN, GAIL-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Language. Ac-
tivities: Homeroom Secretary 23 Red Cross 13 Debate Team 2g Biology
Club 3, President 43 Latin Club 23 Band 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4g All-State
Band 1, 3-, 43 Memphis Youth Concert Band 23 Honor Society 4.
NOWELL, OLETHA-Major: Commercial. Minor: History, Science. Ac-
tivities: Secretary Club 43 Senior Chorus 43 Glee Club 1, 2g FHA 1, 2g
Music Club 3.
NUNNALLY, WILLIAM-Major: History. Minor: Commercial, Industrial
Arts. Activities: Track 3, 43 Band. lg Law Club 43 Non-Commissioned
Officers Club 2.
OLIVE, ESTER-Major: Commercial. Minor: Home Economics, Music.
Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Secretary Club 43 FHA 43 Senior
Chorus 43 Music Club 4.
O'NEIL, LARRY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Industrial Arts.
Activities: Football 23 Track 2, 4.
fter exams hurried students relax at a dance sponsored
y the SAB.
Oletha N owell
Bill N unnally
Ester Olive Larry O'Nei1
PR Joyous M
Dreaming and dancin to the music of Bob Morris, seniors,
at last, find the Prom a reality.
OSBORNE, DALE-Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Science. Activi-
ties: Eagle Staff 1, 2, 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Student Advisory Board
Monitor 35 Homeroom Treasurer 1, Secretary 2, Social Chairman 35 Honor
Society 15 Office Staff 25 Cheerleader 1, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish
Club Secretary 45 Science Club 35 Biology Club 2, 35 American History
Club 35 Tri-S 45 Football Queen 15 Quill and Scroll 4.
OWEN JERRY-Ma'or' Mathematics Minor- Science Industrial Arts.
J . . . ,
Activitibs: Red Cross 1.
OWEN, VIRGINIA-Major: Commercial. Minor: Language, Home, Eco-
nomics. Activities: Homeroom Secretary 15 Prayer Meeting Group 15 Secre-
tary Club 45 American History Club 4.
PANNELL, PAUL-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, History. Activi-
ties: First Lieutenant 45 Rifle Team 2, 3, 45 Band 15 Non-Commissioned
Officers Club 3.
PARKHAM, NANCY-Major: Commercial. Minor: Home Economics,
Science. Activities: Student Advisory Board 35 FHA Treasurer 3.
PARKER, GAYLE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Activi-
ties: Student Advispry Board 1, 35 Eagle Staff 1, 2, Copy Editor 3, Editor
45 Homeroom Vice. President 1, Treasurer 25 Honor Society 3, 45 Vice
President 15 Cheerleader 15 Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Prayer Meeting Group
45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 American
History Club 3.
PATTERSON, BENTON-Major: History. Minor: Industrial Arts, Art.
Activities: Homeroom Social Chairman 45 Football 3, 45- Basketball 1, 25
Track 3, 45 Boys' "T" Club 4.
PATTERSON, GERALD-Major: History. Minor: Science, Commercial.
Activities: Tri-S 4. A
PATTERSON, STEPHEN-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Industrial Arts.
Activities: Twelve-Year Club 45 Latin Club 25 Band 1, 2.
PERRY, FRANCIS-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board Monitor 2, 35 Homeroom Social Chairman
35 Non-Coinmissioned Officers Club Vice, President 3g Football 2, 3, 45
Gerald Patterson Steve Patterson Francis Perry
Johnny Reed Joe Rhodes
PHILLIPS, BECKY-Major: Commercial. Minor: Home Economics, His-
tory. Activities: Twelve-Year Club 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 State Homemaker
Degree 4g FHA 2, 3.
PHILLIPS, WILLIAM-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Mathematics. Ac-
tivities: Twelve-Year Club 4g Red Cross 1, 25 Thespians 3, 4.
PRESCOTT, CHARLOTTE-Major: History. Minor: Home Economics,
Mathematics. Activities: Twelve-Year Club 43 Library Staff 1, 2, Prayer
Meeting Group 2g Glee Club 4.
PRYOR, MARIE-Major: Commercial. Minor: History, Language. Activi-
ties: Yearbook Staff 4, Homeroom Secretary 13 Library 1, Spanish Club
25 American History Club 3.
RAGSDALE, ROBERT-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Music. Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board 3, Twelve-Year Club 43 Red Cross Presi-
dent 2, 35 Key Club 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 2, 33 Band 1, 2, 3, Vice
President 4, Honor Society 4.
RATLIFF, JAMES-Major: History. Minor: Science, Commercial. Activities:
Tri-S 45 Transfer from Frayser.
RAY, EDWARD-Major: Science. Minor: History, Industrial Arts. Activi-
ties: Junior Class Treasurer 35 Homeroom Secretary 13 Football Manager
1, 2g Track Manager 1.
RAY, JAMES-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: History. Activities: Student
Advisory Board Monitor 2, Yearbook Staff 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket-
galg 1gdTrack 1, 2, 3, 49 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g Biology Club
g an 1.
REED, JOHN-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Art, Science. Activities:
Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3.
RHODES, JOE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History. Activities: Basket-
ball 45 Baseball 43 Hi-Y 4.
Festive Treadwellites make way for Cinderella at
the Junior-Senior Prom.
Larry Walker impatiently calls Jimmy Mayo to hurry for the
A SENIOR PIC I
RICHARDSON, BETTY-Major: History. Minor: Language, Mathematics.
Activities: Student Advisory Board 25 Yearbook Staff 45 Honor Society
1, 45 Homeroom President 1, Vice President 25 Library 15 Honorary Cap-
tain 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 American History Club 35 Tri-S 45 Law
Club 4. A . ' NI
RIGSBY, BILLY-Major: History. Minor: Industrial Arts. Activities:
Homeroom President 4-5 Basketball 3, 4.
ROBBINS, KATIE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Language, Science. Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board 2, 45 Honor Society 1, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 15
Y-Teens 35 Latin Club 1, 25 American History Club 3.
ROBERTS, DONNA-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Commercial.
Activities: Homeroom President 1, Vice President 25 Spanish Club 2.
ROGERS, MAXINE-Major: Commercial. Minor: Music, Language. Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board 35 Homeroom Secretary 45 Office Staff
35 Tri-Hi-Y 25 Prayer Meeting Group 25 Spanish Club 2, 35 Glee Club
2, 45 American History Club 35 Law Club 3, 4.
ROPER, MARY-Major: Commercial. Minor: Art. Activities: Twelve-Year
RUSHTON, WAYNE-Major: Mathematics. Minorz' History, Science. Ac-
tivities: Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom Secretary 1, President 25 Twelve-
Year Club 45 Honor Society President 15 Non-Commissioned Officers Club
2, 35 Boys' State Representative 35 Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 45 Track 1,
2, 3, 45 Boys' "T" Club 2,'3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Key Club 2, 3,Vice President
45 Latin Club 1, 25 Science Club 3, 45, Biology Club 2, 35 American
History Club President 35 Tri-S 45 Quill and Scroll 4.
RYE, DARNELL-Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Science. Activi-
ties: Homeroom Social Chairman 1, President 35 Red Cross 15 Baseball
Manager 15 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 4-5 Spanish Club 45 American
History Club 35 Tri-S 4.
SANDERS, JAMES-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Mathematics, Art.
Activities: Basketball 45 Baseball 45 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3.
SANDERS, NANCY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Language, Commercial.
Activities: Homeroom President 15 Prayer Meeting Group 15 Secretary
Club 4-5 American History Club 35 Honor Society 4-.
DarnellVRye James Sanders Nancy Sanders
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Norma Slover Suzanne Slover
SAULTERS, DORIS-Major: Commercial. Minor: History. Activities: Red
Cross 45 Office Staff 25 Secretary Club 4.
SCOTT, TOMMY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language. Activi-
ties: Student Advisory Board Traffic Chief, Monitor 2, 3, 45 Yearbook
Associate Editor 45 Honor Society 1, 3, 45 Football 1, 35 Baseball 35 Hi-Y
2, 3, Treasurer 45 National Forensic League 3, 45 Debate Team 3, 45
Tliespion 3, President 45 Key Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Science Club
3, 45 Biology Club President 25 American History Club 35 Southern Speech
Convention 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 4.
SI-IELTON, ROBERT-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Science, History.
Activities: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 35 Tri-S 4.
SLOVER, NORMA-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language. Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board 2, 3, Secretary 15 Yearbook Staff 45
Homeroom President 1, 35 Twelv.e-Year Club 45 Honor Society 1, 45 Prayer
Meeting Group 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club Secretary 1, President 25 Biology
Club 25 Senior Chorus 3.
SLOVER, SUZANNE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board 25 Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom Treasurer
1, Secretary 35 Twelve-Year Club 45 Honor Society 45 Red Cross 45 Office
Staff 25 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 Latin Club 15 Science Club 45 Biology Club 25
American History Club 35 Quill and Scroll.
SMART, .IOANN--Major: Commercial. Minor: History, Home Economies.
Activities: Homeroom Social Chairman 2, 35 Office Staff 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,
45 FHA 4.
SMITH, AUBREY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language. Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board 15 Twelve-Year Club 45 Honor Society
15 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Boys' "T" Club 45 Hi-Y 3, 4g Spanish Club 45
Science Club 45 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3.
SMITH, MARIBETH-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Language.
Activities: Eagle Staff 45 Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 45 Honor Society
1, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 25 Science Club 45 Senior Chorus 3, 45 Glee Club
25 American History Club 3.
SMITH, WANDA-Major: Commercial. Minor: Home Economics, Science.
Activities: FHA 2, 3.
SNIPES, RANDELL-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Industrial
Arts. Activities: Homeroom Treasurer 35 Football 1, 2, 45 Baseball 1,
2, 3, 4.
enjoy one of their few remaining socials at
Wanda Smith Randell Snipes
Mr. Maybry and Miss Alice .Iolmson check a list of Seniors
GRAD UA TIO
with Larry Davis, while Nancy Hannings ties diplomas.
SOUDER, BERLENE-Major: Commercial. Minor: History. Activities:
Homeroom Treasurer 45 Red Cross 45 Officers and Sponsors Club 45 Office
Staff 4-5 Secretary Club 45 American History Club 3.
SPECK, REBECCA-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science. Activities:
Homeroom Vice President 35 Honor Society 45 Prayer Meeting Group
STAFFORD, WAYNE-Major: Science. Minor: History, Industrial Arts.
Activities: Eagle Staff 35 Homeroom President 1, 25 Twelve-Year Club
45 Library Staff 15 Football Manager 15 Track 15 Thespians 3, 45 Senior
Chorus l, 2, 3.
STEELE, CHARLES-Major: Music. Minor: Speech, Commercial. Activi-
ties: Eagle Staff 35 Homeroom President 1, 25 Twelve-Year Club 45
Library Staff 15 Football Manager 15 Track 15 Thespians 3, 45 Senior
Chorus 1, 2, 3.
STEELE, WAYNE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, History. Activi-
ties: Tri-S 45 Transfer from Mississippi.
STEVENS, JOYCE-Major: Commercial. Minor: History. Activities: Stu-
dent Advisory Board Monitor 25 Homeroom Secretary 15 Honor Society
15 Red Cross 15 Tri-Hi-Y 45 Secretary Club 45 Prayer Meeting Group
45 Glee Club 1, 3, 45 American History Club 35 Law Club 4.
STEWART, ROBERT-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, History. Ac-
tivities: Twelve-Year Club 45 Red Cross 25 Football 15 Hi-Y 45 Biology
Club 25 American History Club 35 Drill Platoon 3.
STRICKLAND. ROBERT-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Lan-
guage. Activities: Student Advisory Board 1, 45 Homeroom Social Chair-
man 35 Twelve-Year Club 45 Red Cross 25 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15
Baseball 1. 2, 3. 45 Boys' HT" Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45
Science Club 3. 45 Tri-S 45 Engineering Club 3, 4.
SULLIVAN. JOE-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Industrial Arts.
Activities: Homeroom President 1, 2, 3, 45 Twelve-Year Club 45 Football
1. 2. 3. Captain 4: Track 3. 45 Boys' HT" Club 1, 2. 3, 4.
SWAIN. RONNIE-Major: Science. Minor: Language, Mathematics. Ac-
tivities: Yearbook Business Manager 45 Senior Class Treasurer 45 Home-
room President 45 Honor Society 45 Hi-Y Vice President 45 Key Club
3, 45 Science Club 45 Tri-S President 45 Quiz 'Em on the Air Team 3, 45
Quill and Scroll 4.
Bob Strickland Joe Sullivan ,Ronnie Swain
Raymond Swtcney Billy Tatum
Wayne TMC .lane Terry
Nancy Townsend Barbara Thompson
Ann Voss and Tommy Scott are confronted with serious
but hilarious problems in the school play "Dear Ruth.
SWEENEY, RAYMOND-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Industrial
Arts. Activities: Twelve-Year Club 4, Football 15 Basketball 1.
TATUM, BILLY-Major: History. Minor: Speech, Science. Activities:
Thespians 1. 2, 8: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 1, 2.
TATE, WAYNE-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Mathematics, Science.
Activities: Homeroom Treasurer 29 Hi-Y 4: Non-Commissioned Officers
Club 3, 4.
TERRY, JANE-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Commercial. Activities:
Red Cross 4: American History Club Secretary 4: Law Club 4.
TOWNSEND, NANCY-Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Commercial.
Activities: Twelve-Year Club 4: Red Cross 45 Law Club 4.
THOMPSON, BARBARA-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Com-
mercial. Activities: Tri-Hi-Y 23 Y-Teens lg Spanish Club 35 FHA 2g
Biology Club 2g American History Club 35 Law Club 4.
THOMPSON, RICHARD-Major: History. Minor: Commercial, Industrial
Arts. Activities: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3.
THOMSON, SHARON-Major: Science. Minor: History, Commercial, Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board 1: Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 2:
Office Staff 4g Tri-Hi-Y 4g Y-Teens 4: Prayer Meeting Group 43 Spanish
Club 3g Biology Club 2.
THORNBERRY, JAMES-Major: History. Minor: Science, Music. Activi-
ties: Senior Chorus 3, 4.
TRAMMEL, BARBARA-Major: History. Minor: Home Economics, Com-
mercial. Activities: Homeroom Vice President 2, Social Chairman 4.
H1-Y 4, Spanish Club 4, Science Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2
y Club 3g Engineering Club 45 Football Manager 1, 2, 3.
Manager 3, 4.
James Thornberry Barbara Trammel James Trammel
JAMES-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science. Activi-
3 . ' Q ' . ' S
Gene Holt, Jeff Morris, Alice Watson, Suzy Slover, and Judy
Boartfield make last minute preparations for that all-import-
ant event, Commencement. V
TRAYWICK, JANICE-Major: Music. Minor: History, Home Economics.
Activities: Twelve-Year Club 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2: Glee Club 2.
TURNER, -GLENDA-Major: Band. Minor: Science, Mathematics. Activi-
ties: Yearbook Staff 45 Homeroom President 1, Vice President 2, Secretary
4: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2: FHA 4: Biology Club 2: Band 3, 4:
Majorette 1, 2: All-West Tennessee Band 2.
TURNER, PEGGY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Language, History.
Activities: Eagle Staff 2, 4: Red Cross President 2, Treasurer 43 Honorary
Captain 2g Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: National Forensic League 4: Thespians 1,
2, 4, Treasurer 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3: Quill and Scroll'
4: American History Club 3: Tri-S 4.
UNSELL, DONALD-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language. Ac-
tivities: Rifle Team 3: Drill Team 25 Basketball 1: Latin Club 1, 2:
Biology Club 2.
VANCE, JANIS-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Art, History. Activities:
FHA 4: Homeroom Treasurer 3, 4.
VAN EATON, VERA SUE-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Com-
mercial. Activities: Eagle Staff 1, 2: Yearbook Staff 4: Homeroom Vice
President 1, 2, 3, 45 Twelve-Year Club 4: Office Staff lg Cheerleader 3,
4: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, Social Chairman 33 Y-Teens lg Science Club 3:
Biology Club 2, 3: American History Club 3: Tri-S 4: Law Club 4:
Football Maid 1: Honorary Second Lieutenant 4glQuill and Scroll 4.
VAUGHN, ERWIN-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, History. Activi-
ties: Football 3, 4.
VAUGHN, SANDRA-Major: Commercial, Minor: Band. Activities: Home-
room Social Chairman 3, 4: Twelve-Year Club 4: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Presi-
dent 4-5 Secretary Club 43 Band 1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 4-g Majorette
1, 2, 3, 4.
VAUGHN, TANYA-Major: History. Minor: Mathematics, Language.
Activities: Red Cross 4.
WALKER, LARRY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science, Language. Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board 2, 43 Yearbook Staff 49 Homeroom Social
Chairman 1, 3: Honor Society 1, 4g Track 8g Key Club 2, 3, Secretary
4: Latin Club 1, Secretary 2: Science Club 3, President 4: Biology Club
3,NTIeasurerx2g Band 1, 2, 3, Student Director 4: American History Club
Sandra Vaughn Tanya Vaughan ' Larry Walker
J anis Vance
Vera Sue Van Eaton
'I 'I I CY , 1 , ,
Bozo Ware Edward Webb
James Webber Judy Wilkes
Bert Williams Alva Williams
Billy Williams Lynda Williams
WATSON, ALICE-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Music, Commercial.
Activities: Yearbook Staff 45 Senior Chorus 45 Music Club 45 FHA 35
Quill and Scroll 4.
WAYNE, JAN-Major: Language. Minor: Commercial. Activities: Tri-Hi-
Y 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 3, 45 FHA 1, 25 Biology Club
25 American History Club 4.
WARE, ERNEST-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics, Art. Activities:
Homeroom President 3, Treasurer 25 Twelve-Year Club 45 Football 2, 3,
45 Basketball 2, 35 Track 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Tri-S 45 Law Club 45 Boys'
"T" Club 2, 3, President 4.
WEBB, EDWARD-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Mathematics, Science.
Activities: Non-Commissioned Officers Club 35 Law Club 4.
WEBBER, JAMES-Major: Industrial Arts. Minor: Commercial. Activi-
ties: Eagle Staff 25 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 35 Law Club 4.
WILKES, JUDY-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Language. Activi-
ties: Student Advisory Board 45 Prayer Meeting Group 3, Secretary 45
Honor Society 4.
WILLIAMS, ALBERT-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science.
Activities: Student Advisory Board Monitor 25 Homeroom Social Chairman
Society 15 Non-Commissioned Officers Club 35 American History Club 4.
WILLIAMS, ALVA-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Commercial.
Activities: Student Advisory Board Monitor 25 Homeroom Social Chairman
3, President 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' "T" Club
WILLIAMS, BILLY-Major: Industrial Arts. Activities: Red Cross 4.
WILLIAMS, LYNDA-Major: Home Economics. Minor: History, Com-
mercial. Activities: Homeroom Secretary 15 Red Cross Treasurer 1, 25
Library Staff 1, 25 Y-Teens 15 Office Staff 1, 3, 4.
Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Turner, accept senior program cards
from Benton Patterson, Dick Bure, .Ioe Sullivan, .Iudy
Forrester, and Tommy Cunningham. The senior courses will
determine majors and minors.
Mr. W. G. Smyth, representing the University of Tennessee,
F U TUBE: Unlimited
after discussing the possibilities of a college career with the
seniors, advises Marilyn Word and Douglas Janss on individual
WILLIAMS, RICHARD-Major: Art. Minor: Mathematics, Science. Ac-
tivities: Homeroom President 1, 2, Social Chairman 33 Football 1, 2: Bas-
ketball l, 2, Baseball l, 2: Track 1, Hi-Y 1, 2: Biology Club 2.
WILLIAMS, WELDON-Major: Mathematics. Minor: History, Science.
Activities: Senior Chorus 4.
WILSON, DELANA-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Language, Science. Ac-
tivities: Student Advisory Board 2: Homeroom Secretary 1, Social Chair-
man 3, Vice President 43 Officers and Sponsors Club 45 Honprary Cap-
tain 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Science Club 4: Biology Club 2:
Band 4: Majorette 49 American History Club 4.
WITT, BILLY-Major: Science. Minor: Mathematics. Activities: Student
Advisory Board 1: Twelve-Year Club 4: Homeroom Social Chairman 2:
Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3, 4: Officers and Sponsors Club 4:
Science Club 3, 45 Drill Platoon 2, 3, 4.
WOODS, GWENDOLYN-Major: Commercial. Minor: Mathematics, Home
Economics. Activities: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: Prayer Meeting
Group 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3: FHA 2.
WOODSIDE, WANDA-Major: Home Economics. Minor: Speech, History.
Activities: Twelve-Year Club 4: Office Staff 4: Tri-Hi-Y 4, Spanish Club
lg FHA President lg American History Club 3.
WORD, MARILYN-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Science. Activities:
Yearbook 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 3: Spanish Club
35 Science Club 4, Biology Club 2, 3: American History Club 3: Law
Club 3, Treasurer 4: Quill and Scroll 4.
YOUNG, JUDITH-Major: Home Economics. Minor: History, Commer-
cial. Activities: FHA 1, 2, 3.
ZUMBRO, HELEN-Major: Mathematics. Minor: Home Economics, Art.
Activities: Officers and Sponsors Club 4: FHA 3.
Marilyn Word Judy Young Helen Zumbro
H 0 ORS
Each year Treadwell seniors acquire
numerous honors which bring credit to
themselves as well as to our school. The
class of 1959 was an outstanding exam-
ple -of this tradition. Even though all the
awards were not known at the time this
volume went to press, we did compile the
honors which Were announced.
These seniors, making all A's since the ninth grade, qualified to compete for various
scholarships: Judy Forrester, P.T.A.g June Bryan, Sears, Glenna Boales, Cotton
Carnivalg Norma Slover, Josephine Circleg Judy Wilkes, Elks Foundationg Emily
Hatcher, P.T.A.g Ronnie Swain, Elks Foundation.
Brenda Cavitt designs the cover of our
Nancy Hannings prepares to be-
gin another busy day at Tread-
well. She was a finalist in the
General Motors, the National
Honor Society, and the Merit
Scholarships, and was featured
as Teenager of the Week in the
Memphis Press-Scimitar. The
National Council of English
Teachers selected her as one of
the top English students in Ten-
Jimmy Mayo, one of Treadwell's fa-
vorite seientists, was a finalist in the
Westinghouse Science Talent Search,
and was in the upper 1021 of the na-
Students making outstanding scores on the Merit Scholarship were Larry
Y H Cockrum, Larry Walker, Jimmy Mayo, and Gayle Parker. Nancy Hannings, Jeff
la.1 Wl 5,5 -ly 1. I-.
Morris, and Bert Williams qualified as semi-finalists.
Alice McNeely, Memphis Sub-District FHA Pres-
ident, prepares the program for a future Sub-
Bozo Ware and Wayne Rushton admire some of the trophies
that the Treadwell Eagles have won in years past. These two
boys made the Press-Scimitar second string in All-Memphis
.loc Morton, an outstanding
student, works on his win-
ning essay, "Traffic Safety
for Teenage Drivers," that
won first prize in city com-
Left: Tommy Scott and Douglas
Janss were two students chosen to
represent Treadwell on "Youth
chosen for the All- ,
Memphis band were
Charles Emerick, .
Larry Davis, and Lar- l' - W 131
ry Walker. 'N ' "1
June Bryan, winner of the "Betty
Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow
Award" was caught reviewing the
fundamentals of etiquette.
Seniors who were -
Buddy McAfee and John Coy, two outstanding Treadwell boys, Janice McCammon, Gretta Guyton, Alice McNeeley, Patricia Ni-
may make their future out of the Armed Forces. Buddy is an chols have worked hard all year to attain their FHA Degrees, which
alternate for an appointment to Annapolis, and John won a nomi- involves projects concerning leadership, decision making, and man-
nation for an appointment to the Air Force Academy. agement.
V Since our yearbook must go to press before we learn
about many of our scholarships, we would like to sum-
marize the results of 1958 scholarships as follows:
Richard Barfield, Ford, University of Tennessee
Linda Barnett, Memphis State University
Bonnie Beaver, P.T.A.
Dan Bowen, Southwestern Honor, Sears
Richard Brown, Alternate to P.T.A., Merit Finalist,
Jean Brisco, Memphis State University
Carol Buzbee, Memphis State University
Sue Carson, Union University
Betty Cavendar, Union University
Jackie Clark, Union University, Memphis State Univer-
Richard Dew, Southwestern Honor, Cotton Carnival,
Josephine Circle '
Nancy Fowler, P.T.A.
Barbara Franklin, P.T.A.
John J acobus, P.T.A.
John J effers, Merit Finalist
Betty Ann King, P.T.A. Council, Memphis State Univer-
Charles Landreth, Southwestern Grant
Freddie Morton, Southwestern Leadership, Princeton
Gail Oxendine, Memphis State University '
Leslie Palmer, King College, University of Tennessee
Freshman, Betsy Vogel Science, Amvet and Bankers
Claude Pearson, Baylor Grant-in-aid
John Perry, Tulane Grant-in-aid, Memphis State Uni-
George Perryman, NROTC alternate, Memphis State
Billy Reed, Memphis State University
Donna Shipman, Freed Hardeman
Carol Ann Smith, Union University
Maryan Smith, Sears
Judith Stengquist, Betty Crocker Award, P.T.A.
Mary Susan Templeton, Southwestern Grant
Katherine Walker, M.S.C.W. -
Elaine Weston, Southwestern Grant, Merit Finalist
Wanda Whitten, lVl.S.C.W.
Dorlyse Whaley, P.T.A.
Joan Wilder, Memphis State University
Douglass Wilson, Southwestern Grant
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Sandy Clark, Secre-
taryg Joy King, Social
Chairmang Bobby Wal-
ton, Social Chairmang
Bill South, Vice Presi-
dentg Larry Higgin-
botham, President 5
and Bill Jones, Treas-
urer, assemble for the
first time after being
elected officers of the
THE J UNI OR CLASS
NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-NINE
Junior!-That title signifies the last important step
toward the senior year. 'The responsibilities and situa-
tions encountered as a junior contribute a great deal to
the development of character and personality. A junior's
future life was immeasurably affected, not only by more
advanced academic explorations, but also by acquaint-
ance with new, interesting friends.
Registration for the third year in high school re-
quired a definite decision concerning major and minor
courses. That decision was made after much thoughtful
consideration which perhaps determined a life-long
Election of Junior Class officers was one of the high-
lights of the first semester. Each member of the class
was faced with a personal responsibility to help select
leaders who would represent Treadwell as well as their
class in an efficient, ,capable manner.
Being measured for a senior class ring was a special
thrill for every junior. When the rings arrived in May,
the long-awaited dream of becoming a senior was real-
There was much excitement as time drew near to elect
next year's officers for the Student Advisory Board. The
nominations, campaigns, and election were all important
training for participation later in public affairs.
The Junior Class, under the leadership of its officers,
was responsible for arranging the Junior-Senior Prom.
Much time and effort was spent to make that occasion
the most memorable social event of the year.
The junior year was busy, exciting and sometimes
difficult, but almost always happy.
Junior Year Filled With Excitement
Right: These Juniors, Linda Stanley, Carl Brown, San-
dra Mansfield, Bill Jones, Gloria Griffin, Bob Jordan, and
Tommy Geiger, discuss the wonderful time they were
having at the Valentine Dance.
Tommy Geiger, Charlotte McNeill, Fred Drake, and Gloria
Hammett exercise their junior privilege to vote for Mr.
and Miss Treadwell.
Right: Larry Higginhotham and Bill Jones happily visual-
ize senior dreams as they are measured for their class rings.
CHAMMIE PERCER CAROL NIERNSEE
Social Chairman Vice President
LAURAN WALDRAN RAY PRESCOTT V
Social Chairman P1'CS1d8Ht
llgss Johnson counted votes as her students elected their homeroom
An R.O.T.C. sponsor, Carol Niernsee, was a member of
fl' eleven-one homeroom. Another member, Linda Palmer,
1 was on the "Quiz 'Em" team last year. This homeroom is
especially proud of its high academic rating every six weeks.
Eleven-one H omeroom
FIRST ROW: Linda Long, .lane Buford, Linda Elam, June Seat, Phyllis Leatherwood, Linda. Palmer. SECOND ROW: Lauran Wal-
dran, Jackie Fleener, Gloria Griffin, Joyce Lee, Carol DuBose, Martha Marshall, Gwen Moore, Betty Lewis. THIRD ROW: Carol
Niernsee, Brenda Tillman, Linda Nichols, Ray Prescott, Curt Harter, Stephen Bishop, Donald Foshee, Miss Alice Johnson. FOURTH '
ROW: Owen Boals, Daniel Campbell, A1 Piercey, Chammie Percer, Jim Reynolds, Dick Guthrie, Bobby Buffaloe, Douglas Mayhall.
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FIRST ROW: Brenda Pickett, .Io Ann King, Linda Moore, Martha Bowen, Lillian Schroeder, Alinda Turpin. SECOND ROW: Eugene
Kennemore, Beverly Arrowsmith, Linda Jones, Margaret Pearce, Beverly Zumbro, Peggy Williams, Shirley Nolen, Joetta Byrum,
Leslie Crocker. THIRD ROW: Carl Brown, Don Jacobs, Kay Krauch, Brenda Sweaney, Sandra Collins, Linda Raspberry, Gloria
Camp, Miss Sue Walker, Jimmy Fairley. FOURTH ROW: Louis Hardcastle, Jerry Vaughn, Mike Mendez, Don Whirley, Bobby
Walton, Cecil Sowell, Louie Gaia.
SHIRLEY NOLEN LINDA RASPBERRY
Secretary-Treasurer Vice President
CECIL SOWELL MIKE MENDEZ
President Social Chairman
ALINDA TURPIN SANDRA COLLINS
Chaplain Social Chairman
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While Miss Walker watches, Shirley Nolen writes receipts,
as Brenda Pickett, Jimmy Fairley, Brenda Sweaney, and Kay
Crouch pay deposits on their class rings.
Junior class social chairman, Bobby Walton, and an
active cheerleader, Martha Bowen, came from the
eleven-two homeroom. Members of this group who par-
ticipated in varsity athletics were Jimmy Fairley and
JANELLE WINTERS MARY ANN COLE
Secretary-Treasurer SOCiEl1 Chairman
LARRY HICGINBOTHAM PAUL MILLER
President Social Chairman
Miss Jeter issues bus tickets during homeroom period.
Interest varied from politics and teaching careers, to
modern music and sports in the eleven-three homeroom.
Larry Higginbotham was junior class president.
FIRST ROW: Janelle Winters, Bonnie Taylor, Carol Clark, Judy Ellis, Lynn Paris, Peggy Long. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Cole,
Elaine Hopkins, Pat Greaves, Anita Matthews, Donna Cooper, Bonnie Holder, Rita Dungey, Nancy Scott. THIRD ROW: Ray Williams,
.Ierry Nowlin, Tillman Everson, Jean Brock, Larry Higginbotham, Don Campbell, Ronnie Black, Miss EllaDale Jeter. FOURTH ROW:
Larry Thornton, Paul Miller, Frank Grimes, Billy Phillips, Jimmy Edwards, John Mahaffey, Ralph Laukhuff.
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FIRST ROW: Mary Sue Harris, Winnie Schmidt, Kathryn Churchill, Carol Chaille, Gean Bellanti, Betty Letson. SECOND ROW
Charlene Hutcherson, Sammie Gross, Sandra Pike, Karen Beck, Sherry Cockran, Barbara Barron, Joy' King, Marjorie Elmore, Pat
Unsworth. THIRD ROW: Larry Cardin, Jerry Pyron, Carol Roy, Marilyn Coker, Ramelle Atkins, Winnie Pitts, Andy Nelson, Mrs
Evelyn Leslie. FOURTH ROW: Rodney Holmes, Eddie Hutchens, Bobby Mynatt, Charles Ray, Troy Morrissette, Buddy Millwood
Michael Long, David Smith.
Vice President Social Chairman
SAMMIE CROSS BUDDY MILLWOOD
MARJORIE ELMORE RAMELLE ATKINS
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1 ,gm N . XT- . -V, A -. V IM, ,tai eleven-four homeroom. The group boasted of the
1 q , S ' Y . V 35" 1 girls' senior high volleyball champs and Jerry Pyron,
LN Vw,-1. E All Y. :H 'K I Y , a member of the varsity basketball team. Joy King
i A V . B -, p ' ei represented the homeroom as junior class social
fha V ' gl 'V X '-"' T Q chairman.
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CHARLOTTE' McNEILL JAMES CORDER
Social Chairman Social Chairman
TOMMY McEWEN GLORIA HAMMETT
FRED DRAKE SCOTT MOYERS
Vice President President
if-5 Social chairmen James Corder and Charlotte McNeill lead students
in planning a party for eleven-five homeroom.
Most of the members of this homeroom were in the band.
The bancl's feature twirlers, Nancy Raynor and Nola Law-
son, were in this section. Eleven-five also boasted three
senior high majorettes, Opal Green, Scottye Clark, and Mar-
ilyn Goforth. Participation in club activities was the gen-
eral interest of all. '
FIRST ROW: Linda Hill, Nola Lawson, Jackie Barron, Rita Milam, Judy Moore, Gloria Hammett. SECOND ROW: Nancee
Drake, Opal Green, Marilyn Goforth, Claire Bergdorf, Scottye Clark, Ella Pearl Miter, Carol Schwill, Charlotte McNeill. THIRD
ROW: Fred Drake, Tommy McEwen, Robert Hornbeak, James Corder, Nancy Raynor, Kenny Kirkpatrick, Edward Knight,
Mr. Reding. FOURTH ROW: Robert Nunnally, Jimmy Carmen, Don Bennett, Scott Moyers, Raymond Wiseman, Jere Mil-
stead, Dennis Medford. '
FIRST ROW: Sandra Clark, Kay Leonard, Norma Mayo, Glenda Carrington, Dorothy Hunt, Gretta Guyton. SECOND ROW: Norma
Allen, Joyce McCamon, Gale Phillips, Faye Bridgewater, Dorothy Parker, Harriett Pyle, Martha Brandon, Joyce Thomas, Carolyn
Hatch. THIRD ROW: William Whitaker, Frank Roberts, Bobby Roberts, Frank Willis, Bill Jones, Leslie Beaver, Bonnie Cole, Fred
Lott, Miss Eleanor Cooley. FOURTH ROW: Bobby Morrisette, Buddy Beith, David Rauls, John Banks, Kyle Duncan, Arthur Barbee,
SANDRA CLARK JOYCE THOMAS
Secretary-Treasurer b Social Chairman
BILL JONES BUDDY BEITH
President Social Chairman
Miss Coolcy's eleven-six homeroom celebrate the Christmas
holidays with a coke party.
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Students from the eleven-six homeroom were active,
in all phases of school activities. Two of the members
held class offices-Bill Jones, junior glass treasurer,
and Sandy Clark, junior class secretary.
DAVID HOWARD RITA WATKINS
Social Chairman Social Chairman
MARK McAFEE JIMMY WEST
LINDA STANLEY BETTY THWEATT
Vice President Chaplain
After a busy exam schedule, harassed juniors paused for an informal
Many school leaders were members of the eleven-seven
homeroom. Some of these included the co-captain of next
year's football team, David Howardg and class vice presi-
dent, Bill South.
Eleven-seven H omeroom
FIRST ROW: Joyce Hopper, Patsy Williams, Rita Watkins, Betty Thweatt, Billie .Io Younger, Nancy Newton. SECOND ROW:
Patsy Lynch, Linda Stanley, Sandra Allen, Virginia Rodgers, Carol Hornsby, Karen Mooney, Mary .lo Taylor, ,Ianet Goad, Diana
Watkins. THIRD ROW: David Howard, Terry Jones, David Sisson, David Newman, Charles Davis, Walter Owen, Mr. Buford
Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Charles McCray, Richard Whitaker, Robert Pittman, Frank Boling, Bill South, Mark McAfee, Jimmy West.
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FIRST ROW: Audrey Griggs, Nancy Parham, Madge Morrisson, Linda Hilbun, Sarah Perry, Frankie Sawyers, Bonnie Wilcox. SEC-
OND ROW: Joy Daniel, Pat Pike, Lila Joy Pinkston, Martha Diffee, Sandra Mansfield, Flo Garrett, Ann Norfleet, Mary Jane Wat-
son, Sandy Taylor. THIRD ROW: Nancy Webber, Judy Jolly, Tommy Geiger, Terry Myrick, Victor Ellis, Phil Weeks, Tommy West,
Betty Moore, Miss Helen Stahl. FOURTH ROW: Billy Vopel, Victor Petty, Ernest Houston, Jimmy Duke, Gene Martin, Jerry Penning-
ton, Gene Boggan, Clif J amison, Alfred Warriner.
Eleven-ei his Homeroom
ERNEST HOUSTON SANDRA MANSFIELD
Chaplain Social Chairman
JIMMY DUKE BILLY VOPEL
Ville PrBSid6flI Social Chairman
Miss Stahl's students take advantage of the opportunity to
study during homeroom period. I -
Eleven-eight homeroom boasted two basketball play-
ers, Tommy Geiger and Victor Petty. Several members
of the Tri-Hi-Y girls' basketball team belonged to this
group, and Junior Achievement claimed some of these
MARY MARTIN BOBBY CHILDERS
Vice President President
CAROLYN MAHARREY VICKI HOLT
Chaplain Social Chairman
RONNIE DURBY PEGGY GOODMAN
Social Chairman Secretary-Treasurer
Eleven-niners gathered eagerly around the refreshment table at
their homeroom Christmas party.
Next yearls football co-captain, Ronnie Durby, and other
football players were in the eleven-nine homeroom. The
homeroom students were active participants in school clubs.
Two members of the quartet, which was invited to Dallas,
Texas, Twila Taylor and Carolyn Maharrey, belonged to
FIRST ROW: Mary Martin, Shirley Graves, Janette Falls, Lorraine Mills, Ruthanne Perry, Betty Fletcher. SECOND ROW: Bobby
Walters, Vicki Holt, Peggy Goodman, Betty Morris, Carolyn Crume, Joan Russell, Sandra Smith, Twila Taylor, Carolyn Maharrey.
THIRD ROW: Ralph Scott, Bobby Childers, Ray Harris, Linda Miller, Betty Hawkins, Eddie Dunivant, Larry Mauldin, Mrs. Kate Em-
mette.FFOURTH ROW: Paul Wilkes, Walter Galrett, D. T. Morris, Robbie Martin, Ronnie Durhy, Kenneth Miller, Gary Howell,
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FIRST ROW: Maureen Hamrick, .Judy Dalrymple, Peggy Whitted, Carol McBride, Ruth Ritter, Jo Ann Connors. SECOND ROW:
Olin Willis, LaVe1'n Long, Gloria Tyner, Ann Barksdale, Juanita Rankin, Carol Bishop, Gail Hoover, Betty Atkins, Betty Bradford.
THIRD ROW: Jerry Tollison, Michael Stevenson, David Richardson, Diana Trindle, Marguerite Flack, Joy Bizzell, Dennis Lee, Jim-
my Taylor, Mrs. Minneola Morris. FOURTH ROW: Michael Hamrick, Dossett Foster, Raymond Goolsby, Angelo Tavena, Bobby
Brown, Allen Russell, Bobby Coleman, Franklin Pike.
DAVID RICHARDSON BETTY ATKINS
Social Chairman Secretary-Treasurer
JOY BIZZELL CAROL BISHOP
Social Chairman Vice P1'CSidCIlf
Everyone has a gay time around the festive refreshment table
at a homeroom party.
The members of eleven-ten homeroom took part in all
phases of school activities. Some students played in the
band, and others were majorettes. Outstanding members
of Junior Achievement were also found in this group.
Bobby Blair, Kathy
Beck, Billy Caldwell,
Faye Davis, Marie Ran-
kin, Rosemary Jones,
Virginia Vernon, Hugh
Maxwell, Tommy Gur-
ley, David Meadows.
THE OPH OM ORE CLASS
NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-NINE
Now a full-fledged high school student, the sophomore
arrived at the point which awarded him ,all of the privi-
leges of high school: pep meetings, assemblies, senior lunch
hour, and senior social activitiesg but this same point re-
quired the meeting of the responsibilities of high school:
choice of major and minor subjects, participation in clubs,
and problems of student government.
The earnest sophomore realized more completely the
importance of a firm high school foundation for his fu-
ture plans and scheduled his courses accordingly. By this
time he began to consider a lifetime vocation.
Sophomore homerooms were represented on the Student
Advisory Board and, with the freshman and junior home-
rooms, participated in the spring election of Student
Advisory Board officers.
Senior high dances, sports, and various club activities
played a large part in the lives of most of the students
in their sophomore year. Many benefits through congenial
recreation, entertainment, leadership training, and char-
acter-builtling were derived, from such extracurricular
With the close of this year, the half-way mark in the
high school 'career was passedg but half of the fun and
the making of new friends is yet to come.
Sophomores Caught in the Whirl of School Activities
Phyliss Dew, Dennis Coggin, Jerrie Richards, Mike Kelly, Carol Kinser,
and Susan Stephens talk with Dr. Cletus Oakley of Haverford College
about a future in mathematics.
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Charles Steele, Bill Jones, Craig Leake, Kay Schuele, Tom-
my Geiger, and Linda Laney rehearse the Christmas play.
Students show their spirit and enthusiasm for their
team at one of the many pep meetings of the year.
Lynda Monroe, Larry Cardin, Kathy Ball, Roy Jones,
Frances Noonan, Billy Caldwell, Sherry Cockran,
and Denton Lee enjoy themselves at the Valentine
FIRST ROW: Barbara Lamb, Bobby Blair, Presidentg Joy Lee, Danny Mashburn, Vice President:
Gayle Finleyson, Secretary, Randy Smith. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Annis, Clarice Powers, Annette
Gordon, Kathy Wray, Petty Chandler, Glenda Jefcoat, Wanda Mason, Barbara McGonagill, Jimmy
Branch. THIRD ROW: Eddie Cayce, Judy Woods, Sandra Wiggs, Elaine Powell, Kay Kennon,
Juanita Jerden, Lazette Tomlin, Walter Galloway, Miss Moriarty. FOURTH ROW: Larry Hayes,
Terry Ford, Ray Bills, Pete Bennett, Joe Mitchell, Billy Johnson, Marshall Fletcher, Marvin Carter.
Not pictured: Patricia Lowery, Alice Faye Allen, Phyllis Hodges.
Sophomores Participate in Senior High Actifvi-ties.
FIRST ROW: Sally Sanders, Mary Lou Riggan, Kathy Beck, President: Denis Coggin, Mary
Sparks, Carol Cook, Secretary-Treasurer: Dolores Roundtree. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Hayles,
Linda McCarter, Carol Lineberger, Carolyn Dutton, Joy Heinz, Glenda Norton, Bonnie Hines, Mary
Catherine Mooney, Cathy Weir. THIRD ROW: Martha Brantley, Wesson Brown, Larry Burns, Don
Crabtree, Larry Moore, Mac Arrowsmith, Floyd Haney, Ronnie Swaffer, Mr. Vickery. FOURTH
ROW: Glen Morton, Danny Cannon, Larry Brown, Larry Sherrod, Richard Boyanton, Ronald Ross,
Kenneth Smith. Not pictured: Dennis Krauss.
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FIRST ROW: Betty Robison, Dianne Barringer, Vice President: Teddy Rasbach, Susan Rowland,
President: Billy McKay, Ann Voss, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Betty Winbigler, Marie Turpin,
Charlotte Taylor, Joyce Coker, Sandra Foley, Patsy Byrd, Ruby Barr, Sandra Talley. THIRD ROW:
Mike Mohundro, Karen Hall, Secretary: Judy Chenoweth, Louise Burns, Kathy Billions, Carolyn
Roach, Vivian J ennings, Claudette Norman, Linda Weston, Tommy Sanders. FOURTH ROW: Johnny
Bradford, Bobby Clark, Larry Elder, Bill Brehm, Paul Hall, Bill Jackson, Ray Wilson, Bobby Burr,
Randy Krone, J. C. Caviness. Not pictured: Mr. M. Lineberry.
Pep-Meetings and Assemblies Arouse Interest.
'FIRST ROW: Margaret Moore, Dixie Johnson, Tommy Curley, President: Jane Hassler, Wayne
Cook, Margaret Marshall, Chaplain. SECOND ROW: Jeanene Blake, Virginia Moore, Janice Bonds,
Alice Cannon, Jean Walters, Emily Dacus, Patricia Saunders, Dorothy Moffat. THIRD ROW:
Phillip Reinhardt, Don Jackson, Mike Cicalla, Linda Gatewood, Judy Jones, Marilyn Turner, Lou
Springer, Robert Kepler, Charles Jennings, Mrs. I-Iunsaker. FOURTH ROW: James Chumley, Billy
Ryan, Charles Hatcher, Herbert Cox, Jim Bacon, Douglas Brannon, Roane McPhail, Frank Smith,
10,5 FIRST ROW: Ray Baker, Secretary: Virgie Herndon, Orille Hite, Treasurer, Faye Davis, President:
Frank Bledsoe, Vice President, Carolyn Wilkes, Chaplain: Albert Woodruff. SECOND ROW: Mike
Kelly, Barbara Cates, Cynthia Hutchins, Jean Martin, Linda Brasel, Carol Durby, Phyllis Dew, Linda
Laney, Carol Berry, Bobby Coffee. THIRD ROW: Charles Meadows, Larry Curry, Sammie Jackson,
Donna Hillard, Joyce McDaniel, Jerry Oglesby,-Patsy Helllnns, Harriet Lewis, Mrs. James, Robert
Rogers. FOURTH ROW: James Waldrup, John Hathcock, Eddie Mynatt, James Spencer, Mike Davis,
Sammie Vinson, Johnny Cotton, Bill Doty.
Enthusiastic Sophomores Join in the School Spirit.
10.6 FIRST ROW: Pete Brown, Georgia Sanders, Chaplain, Brenda Conner, Vice President, Jackie
Wood, Secretary-Treasurer, Marie Rankin, President: Morris Black. SECOND ROW: Joe Anderson,
Judy Hemminger, Linda Conner, Nancy Anderton, Jean Wright, Mary Terry, Sonya Walters, Donna
Turner, Linda Denton, Earl McGoff. THIRD ROW: Paul Holliman, John Stonecipher, Paul Jones,
Janie Pratt, Leona Jacobi, Barbara Barrowclough, Kathy Ball, Virginia Davis, Cliff Biffle, Mrs.
Patterson. FOURTH ROW: Billy Ford, Jerrie Richards, Frank Schrock, Kenneth Browning, James
F erguson, Estes Bradsher, Billy Curry, Robert Nelson, Robert Shaw.
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FIRST ROW: Mary Ann Jobe, Chaplain, Larry McMahon, Patsy Cook, Secretary-Treasurerg Kay
Schuele, Billy Caldwell, Vice President, Rosemary Jones, President. SECOND ROW: Walter Tardy,
Patsy Haynes, Donna Fly, Cherry Dorris, Judy Morris, Mary Todd, Kay Baxter, Linda Wright,
Carolyn Pozzi, Bill Lowery. THIRD ROW: Edward Clemmer, Marilyn Mauney, Judy Tucker, Bessie
Souder, Donna Sue Saxe, Lynda Monroe, Carolyn Roach, Pamela Sutton, Mildred Shoemaker, Miss
Phillips. FOURTH ROW: Michael Cummins, Robert Brown, Donald Wolfe, Bobby Martindale,
Wayne Coghill, Jerry Hodge, Lee Owen, Hugh McVeigh, Jimmy McCullough.
Sopho-mores Plan Courses for Careers.
FIRST ROW: Hugh Maxwell, Presidentg Linda Cornatzer, Secretary, Vic Scott, Ann Thompson,
Treasurer, Jimmy Black, Carol Kinser. SECOND ROW: Patricia Mayo, Barbara Lindsey, Linda
Norden, Diane Rodgers, Beverly Maddox, Robbie Whitaker, Jean Newman, Beverly Zacharias, Tresa
Ross. THIRD ROW: Steve Sexton, Tommy Vogt, Athel Wade, Pete Gay, Lonnie Thweatt, Jean
Gibson, LaWanda Austin, Judy Stacks, Peggy Nichols, Mrs. Parker. FOURTH ROW: Luther Huff-
man, Dennis Johnson, Roy Stone, Don Jackson, Jerry Howell, David Wood, Kenneth Nabors, Max
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Seated: Bill McAtee, Jim Fowler, Carlene Harris, Ricky Coleman, Ellen Ratliff, Sandra Barron.
Standing: Leslie Wood, Gayle Bowen, Ray Wintker, Ronnie Smith.
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
NINETEEN HUNDRED FIFTY-NINE
Finally a Freshman! At last the first important mile-
stone of the high school year was reached.
Registration, the first highlight of the year, presented
the freshman with his first opportunity to choose classes
and arrange his own schedules. The all important high
school academic record that will follow the student through
years to come began this year.
The eager freshman was soon caught up in the exciting
whirl of high school activities. School spirit and loyalty
reigned higher this year than ever before, as the ninth
grade student scurried to keep up with both junior and
senior high sports. Membership to clubs of varied inter-
ests were opened to the freshman. Junior Honor Society
membership stood out as the high goal and honor that
was bestowed on a deserving select few. Through the
Junior Student Advisory Board ninth graders were faced
with the responsibility, as well as the privilege, of self-
The year was climaxed with promotional exercises. By
this time the freshman had truly earned his own special
niche in the busy academic and social life of Treadwell
Freshman Year Sprinlcled With Activities
The Junior High Christmas Pageant exemplifies the spirit of
the Christmas season.
Reverend Robert P. Richardson, Jr.,
speaks to the Junior High students in
one of the many assemblies.
Junior High Football Queen Linda Dlugach smiles prettily after
being crowned hy Ricky Coleman as the alternate Football Queen
Camille McKenzi and her escort Larry Scott watch.
Cheerleaders lead the Jun-
ior High students in a
rousing cheer preceding an
FIRST ROW: Leslie Wood, Pat Maness, Anita Ellis, Linda Dlugach, Ralph White. SECOND ROW:
Betty Bryant, Lena Davenport, Melba Jones, Janice Paschall, Donna Bowling, Anne Cayce, Patricia
Blaylock, Billy Murphree. THIRD ROW: Harry Lemonds, James Stewart, Carol Ogle, Mary Louise
Solomito, Virginia Joyce, Judy Collison, Tommy Callicut, Miss Oakley. FOURTH ROW: Dennis
Melonas, Jerry Roberts, Douglas Ray, Raymond Finger, Tommy Sawyer, Don Blankenship, Marshall
Threshold of the Freshman Year Is Registration.
FIRST ROW: Jim Waddell, Mike Morris, Sandra Barron, Pat Hall, Terry Maharrey, Ronnie Fennel.
SECOND ROW: Sandra Smith, Sharon Shanks, Sandra Bullard, Janet Wiles, Joan Greaves, Donna
Clark, Gene Lawson, Gayle Stout. THIRD ROW: Sharon Harwood, Victor Odom, Lawrence Corbin,
Harlan Manning, Wayne Bills, Larry Malone, Jack Ervin, Mrs. Harris. FOURTH ROW: Don Jami-
son, Donnis Edwards, Harvey Earl, B. G. Petty, Jerry Chism, Charles Musselwhite.
FIRST ROW: S. J. Giordano, Kyleen Wohler, Ellen Ratliff, Dave Fischer, Patsy Collins, Carey
Atkin. SECOND ROW: Shirley Johnson, Barbara Pruitt, Patsy Jeffers, Ann Clark, Brenda Haase,
Mary Frances Morrow, Julia Lawson. THIRD ROW: Nancy DeShazo, Linda Roach, Carol Rhodes,
Mary Anne Watkins, Barbara Cox, Barbara Oliver, Mrs. Ratcliff. FOURTH ROW: Glenn Gross,
Larry Scott, Ronnie Looney, Don Moore, Jerry Levy, Wally Pinckley, Bobby Howell.
Freshmen Participate in Clubs.
FIRST ROW: Margaret Owen, Jim Fowler, Gail Grissom, Richard McDaniel, Penny James. SECOND
ROW: Diane Rountree, Mary Brown, Lavonne Surratt, Linda Blagg, Jo Ann Carroll, Sandra Barren-
tinc, Arlene Hord, Wanda Phillips. THIRD ROW: James Rarnage, Herbert Cullers, Jeff Hester,"Sue
Williams, Frances Baggett, Sydney Shaw, Charles Hunt, Mrs. Nations. FOURTH ROW: William
Davis, Bill Allen, Oscar Mills, David Horton, George Cutts, Burt Alderson, Richard Grant, Gary
FIRST ROW: Parke Sprague, Duane Mills, Ray Wintker, Linda Vaughn, Don Windham, Lamar Clark.
SECOND ROW: Sharon Smith, Lynn Dale Halford, Mary Lynn Hunt, Mary Driver, Anita Collins,
Judy Bergdorf, Joan Turnage. THIRD ROW: Charles Slover, Judy Percer, Ione Rodgers, Mary Lynn
Shipman, Peggy Phillips, Elizabeth Odom, John Bruno, Mrs. Harrison. FOURTH ROW: George
Martin, Bobby Colvin, Steve Corkran, Bernard Hudson, Jerry Davis, Bobby Barker, Jimmy Ethridgc.
Freshmen Learn to Govern Themselves.
FIRST ROW: Linda Bagwell, Ricky Coleman, Cheryl Peterson, Glen Newton, Sue Elam, Gail Clark.
SECOND ROW: Russellyn Whiteson, Anita Falls, Sherry Schneider, Judy Smith, Dianne McMinn,
Gwen Smart, Betty Houston. THIRD ROW: Jim Crossno, Bobby Cunningham, Mary Helen Tipton,
Twyla Wiles, Betty Clark, Jimmy Harrison, David Roberts, Mrs. Feild. FOURTH ROW: Bobby
Johnson, Mike Lowry, Eddie Dunn, Larry Jackson, Jerry Surratt, Ronnie Stovall, Jerry Rogers,
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FIRST ROW: Annette Ray, Boh Lee, Freddie Keywood, Gayle Bowen. SECOND ROW: Betty
Washam, Kay Brown, Betty Wilson, Johnnie King, Sandra Richter, Carol Kincaid, Lucy Harwell.
THIRD ROW: Herbie Warren, Gay Brett, Patsy Howell, Shirley Sumner, Joan Hawkins, Betty
Holland, Harry Pittman, Mrs.. Pope. FOURTH ROW: Richard Morgan, Charles Phillips, James
Smith, Robert Nichols, John Council, Robert Menendez, David Thronberry, Raymond Camplin.
Term Exams Test the F reshman's High School Ability
FIRST ROW: Ronnie Smith, Jimmy Escarre, Martha Click, Danny Autry, Betty Collins, Charles
Horton. SECOND ROW: Karen Kepler, Phyllis George, Kathy Oliver, J 0 Ann Monsue, Betty Burcham,
Vcrnita Green, Linda Wiles. THIRD ROW: Phil Isbell, Harry McLellan, James Dawson, Patricia
Dodd, Nancy Morris, Brenda Smith, Linda McGough, Mrs. Edmondson. FOURTH ROW: Larry
Bell, Bobby Turner, Doyle Stewart, Roy Kamerzink, Billy Crain, Charles Greene, Don Joyner, Marvin
FIRST ROW: Karolyn Blagg, Mary Nelson, Norris Wells, Bill McAtee, Penny Marshall, Bobbye
McDonald. SECOND ROW: Shirley Lambert, Brenda Mohr, Betty Roberts, Ann Sowell, Cheryl
Jones, Pat Berry, Shirley Enoch. THIRD ROW: Don Zumbro, Paul Compton, Shirley Strickland,
Barbara Cook, Rebecca Jones, Thomas Grubb, Richard Hicks, Miss Blanchard. FOURTH ROW:
lljonald Scobey, Don Sticht, Ronnie Bass, Richard Kamp, Monty Slaton, Jimmy Parker, Rodger
Freshmen Reach Their First Goal in Promotion Exercises
FIRST ROW: Donna Greene, Barney Ratliff, Linda Shelley, Russell Pelfrey, Carlene Harris. SECOND
ROW: Mary Davis, Barbara Powers, Bobbie Prince, Sara Evans, Doris Duffield, Mary Bryson, Patsy.
Thomas. THIRD ROW: William McAlister, Fred Johnson, David Davis, Malcolm Tardy, John Day,
Robert Wiseman, Kenny 0'Neil, Coach Puckett. FOURTH ROW: James Mullen, Ray Burrows,
Robert Ballard, Ricky Gadbois, James Jones, Billy Kramer, William Arnold.
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FIRST ROW: F. Tucker,
S. J. Giordano, J. Barnes.
SECOND ROW: D. Kutz,
B. Billings, S. Clark, M.
Burgess, R. C. Corder, G.
Stevens, R. Hawkins, B.
Burrows, K. Robinson, K.
Whitaker, B. Dye. THIRD
ROW: J. Stone, R. Ben-
nett, R. Murray, A. Wins-
ler, B. Houston, E. Clark,
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D. Kirk, T. Patterson.
FOURTH ROW: B. Da-
venport, C. Martin, R.
Holt, H. Hartz, D. Davis,
B. Wilson, R. Johnston,
R. Oliver, M. Cherry.
Through snow, slcet, rain, or shine the Safety Patrol party at the home of their sponsor, Mrs. Hutchens. They
faithfully serves to protect the students of Treaclwell. will never forget that steaming cup of hot chocolate that
These boys are usually the first to arrive at school and they received every morning during the cold winter
the last to leave. months. The climax of the year was a picnic given at the
However, it is not all work and no play for this in- Optimist Camp.
dustrious group. They were entertained by a Christmas
AF E TY PATROL
Protectors of Our Welfare
Officer Broadway and Bill Burrows prepare to stop on-coming S. J. Giordano, Mrs. I-Iutchens, Officer Broadway, Frankie Tuck-
traffic as the students cross the street to begin another day at er, and Johnny Barnes discuss the placement of the Safety
School, Patrol boys on the different corners.
SENIOR PERS ONALI TIES
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The End- The Beginning
Commencement brought a flood of memories-each
separate, each distinct, each treasured! The joy of
achievement was foremost in the minds of Treadwell
graduates, but the joy was somewhat diminished with
the thought of leaving our second home and making our
way in the world. Perhaps the sentiment of each senior
was best expressed by Larry J oe Davis, president of the
Senior Class, in his commencement address:
". . . Four years ago when we entered high school,
this graduation ceremony was only a distant goal-an
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class listened attentively.
end toward which to strive. We were as pioneers going
to a new land, facing obstacles and difficulties. Just as
the early settlers were joyous upon their arrival at
their long-awaited destination, so are we joyous as we
have reached our destination, commencement exercises.
Tonight we realize we also face new and challenging
frontiers. As the early Americans left their friends and
familiar surroundings to launch out toward new fron-
tiers, we tonight leave the friends and familiar surround-
ings of high school to launch into our future lives . . . "
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ACE APPLIANCE CO.
343I Summer Ave.
ADAIR'S PURE OIL
3893 Macon a+ Naiional
A FOOTBALL FRIEND
Besi' Wishes, Team
AMERICAN MUSIC CO.
I080 Keniucky Sireef
A. NICHOLS FENDER AND
A. W. MADEWELL MASONRY
495 Wes-Iern Dr.
447I Summer Avenue
BICKNELL'S BIG STAR
BLACKARD'S FOOD MARKET
3380 Summer Avenue
CITY COFFEE SHOP
I03 So. CourI' aI' Main
COMBS SUNDRY STORE
3380 Macon Rd.
CON LEY'S GARAGE
FA4-2048 GL8- I 20 I
26I 7 Broad
DILLS RADIO 8: TV
I29l Mississippi Blvd.
DRIVER BROS. PAINTING CO.
GL2-I I I7
EAST MEMPHIS SHOPPERS' NEWS
6I4 S. Highland
ELIZABETH OWEN'S BEAUTY
684 Hudson Sfreei'
ENOS BEAUTY SHOP
EZELL-FLANAGAN LUMBER CO.
3I69 Summer "
FITZPATRICK JEWELRY STORE
2553 Broad Ave.
FORTNER FURN. CO., INC.
3406 Summer Ave.
FROSTY MAID DESSERTS
2757 Chelsea Ave.
GARNER'S DRIVE IN GROC.
I489 Wells S+a. Rd.
GENERAL HDWE. 8: SUPPLY CO.
4447 Summer Ave.
GILLETT'S TEXACO STATION
GRAVES BARBER SHOP
3536 Jackson Ave.
HALL REXALL DRUGS
2492 Summer Ave.
HARVEY'S BEAUTY SHOP
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS PHARMACY
3397 Summer Avenue
HIGH POINT LAUNDRY-
3668 Macon Rd.'
327I Summer Ave.
HOLLYWOOD FURNITURE 8,
2,46I CheIsea Avenue
7 I 4 Hudson
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JACK JACKSON FLORIST
272I Union Ave.
JAYS LUCKY STORE
JOHN A. DENIES' SONS CO.
373 Adams Ave.
JERRY'S BEAUTY SHOP
JULIA'S FLOWER SHOP
3285 Jackson Ave.
KENNON DRIVE IN GRO.
4265 Jackson Ave.
Open 6:30 A.M.-I2 P.M.
Firsl' and Second Year
3670 Macon Road
LEAWOOD BARBER SHOP
3674 Macon Rd.
E. D. Swea'H, Owner
Young al Hearl Shoes
LILES ELECTRIC CO.
I69 Scol-I' Slreel
LUCKY STORE ill
McCRORYS 5. I0 8: 25
McDONALD SPORTING GOODS
3IIl Summer Avenue
MACON RD. BARBER SHOP
3864A Macon Rd.
MALCOMB AVENUE BAPTIST
Malcomb al' Broad S'I'ree'l'
Rev. Virgil W. Cavencler
MAYO'S GULF STATION
3I77 Summer Ave.
NATIONAL LUMBER CO.
3588 Kendrick Ave. ,
NATIONAL VARIETY STORE
3670 Jackson Ave.
32l6 Summer Ave.
PALS OF MEMPHIS
4288 Summer Ave.
PATRlCIA'S BEAUTY SHOP
3864 Macon Rd.
PRINCE SERVICE STATION
3499 Summer Ave.
207l Union Avenue
RANSOM'S DRIVE IN
3229 Jackson Ave.
RITZ COFFEE SHOP
672 Marshall SI.
RITZ PLAZA BARBER SHOP
58 So. Presco'l'l'
ROBILIO 8: SARNO
Big Slar No. 9
4627 Summer Ave.
RYAN ROOFING MATERIALS
854 Vaughn Rd.
SAMMY'S WEONA iI9l40
SHOE CENTER SELF-SERVICE
SMlTH'S GULF SERVICE
l272 N. Walkins
SMITH 5 8: I0
4284 Macon Road
SOUTH SIDE PEST CONTROL
l409 Weiner Rd.
SOUTHWESTERN BARBER SHOP
"Home of Ihe Flal-Tops"
STARNES GULF SERVICE
3373 Jackson al' Vernon
SWEETS TRAILER HITCH 8:
3 I I7 Summer Ave.
THOMPSON'S BARBER SHOP
3399 Summer Ave.
3270 Guernsey Ave.
TROUTT'S BARBER 84 BEAUTY
WALK BODY SHOP
THE WEBBS PHOTOGRAPHY
5I0 S. Highland
WEONA FOOD STORE 9I964
WHITFIELD KING 8: CO.
WINSLER HDWE. CO.
WOODSIDE 8: MAY
CHOOSING YOUR PATTERN?
Brenda CaviH' and Carol Dowlin choose 'rheir silver
pal-Iern ai- GEORGE T. BRODNAX, INC., 39 Soulh
BEAVER WELDING SUPPLY
Success and Besl' Wishes
THE TRI-S CLUB
THE LAW CLUB
Wish Success ancl Happiness 'ro 'Ihe
Class of I959
THE KEY CLUB
May You Be a Creclil +o Our School.
Ex'I'encIs Besl' Wishes 'Io
Their Classmales of I959.
GET HEP. MAN!
lone Rogers is bealing 'Ihe drums ouf for STEPHER-
SON'S BIG STAR, corner of Macon and Maria.
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The RexaII S'rore
SERVING NORTH EAST MEMPHIS 3I60 Summer Ave.
Cver QuarTer Cenfury MEMPHIS' TENN.
PHONE GL 2-I I28 Ph. FA 4,9046
3388 'Summer Ave.
E.H.CRUMP 8: CO.
FIRE, AUTOMOBILE AND GENERAL INSURANCE
LIBERAL REAL ESTATE LOANS
REAL ESTATE SALES
For The Bes'I' in
323: JACKSON AVE.
Delana Wilson is a living exampie of
whai' LUCILLE'S can do for you.
CENTRAL HOME IMPROVEMENT METHODIST CHURCH
3I59 Summer Avenue Summer af Highland
HENRY RASPBERRY- owne' REv. ROBERT Y. HORTON, Minmer
Builders, Remodelers, Decorafors
CONGRATULA1-'ONS' SENIORS! REV. WILLIAM P. BAILEY, JR.
Judy Wilkes, Norma Slover, and Eddie Dunivanf purchase some of 'I'haI' 'Fine candy
dislribured by WAYNES CANDY COMPANY.
WE SUPPLY YOU WITH THE FOLLOWING POPULAR NUMBERS
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I64 E. Carolina Ave.
ISABELLE AND GIVEN AVE.
Washing - Greasing
Tires and Accessories
"Success, Seniors, Through 'rhe
W. F. JAMESON
'Ihe Senior Class of I959
HOGU E 81 KNOTT
ECONOMY SUPER MARKETS
I378 Norfh Hollywood S'l'ree+
35II Park Avenue I
I065 Norih Second I578 Lamar
-'A7'059f' 4321 summer
"HOME OWNED-HOME OPERATED
More Memphis and Shelby Counry
FOREST HILL MILK
Than Any OI'her Brand
Darnel Rye, Carolyn Grant June Bryan, and
John Coy enioy a healfhful drink of FOREST
"We like i
DIXIE GARDEN FOODS, INC.
Phone GL'8-5404 - TWX ME-346
P.O. Box 397i - Memphis I4, Tennessee
Packer of Soulhern Fruils and Vegelables
Sfrawberries, Kale, Collarcls, Mus+arcl, Turnip Greens, Spinach, Olcra
DONUTS OF MEMPHIS
4509 suMMER Ave.
Ph. MU 3-4l8l
4 P.M. Daily
Joyce Hun'r, Larry Davis, and Jimmy
Mayo enjoy Ihose fine SOUTHERN
Keep Ihe Eagles Flying High
2433 CHELSAE AVE.
Bowling Shirls - Work Clolhes
AND APPLIANCE COMPANY
3069 SUMMER AVE.
3434 Summer Ave.
'Teacher Aids and Bible Class Malerials
'Communion Ware ancl Church Furniiure
"Bibles, Commentaries ancl Religious Books
'Commercial and Religious Prinling
"'EveryI'hing in Church Supply Line
34II Macon Road
Phone GL 2 II68
Besi Wishes Treadwell Seniors'
SAMPSON CLEANERS 'Mes You
3I27 Broad lo
pHQNE GL2 5535 Join Now and Enioy 'Ihe Many
Acfivifies Arranged for You
Fine Cleaning for Over 36 Years Swimming .. Gym - Rec'-ea-'-ion
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Cusiom Made Veneiian Blinds
Draperies ancl Cornices
3437 Summer Ave. FA7-3369 Supplies-Reiail and Wholesale
366 N. Cleveland BR5-0l5I Manufacfurers of Zephyr
TAX SERVICE, INC. I
8 I Madison Building
Memphis, Tennessee A
Mary Carolyn Campbell and Peggy Turner
waich aHen'Iively as Mrs. Campbell explains her
work ai INDUSTRIAL TAX SERVICE
LUMBER COMPANY H0I-I-INGSWURTH
3297 Summer Avenue
Building Ma'reriaIs Phone FA 4-3823
2980 SUMMER AVENUE "YOUR FAMILY RESTAURANT"
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS BEST HARDWARE AND
Phone GL 2-572I
BEST WISHES TO -THE SENIOR CLASS!
3455 Summer Avenue
Phone FA 3-7606
A SPORTING SITUATION
Tommy ScoH' and Lynn Fly know Thai' for' The
besf in sporis equipmeni' They need To go To
LAWSON AND CAVETTE, 9 N. Third Sireef.
"OYNER""EARD REALTY CC' open 6 AM. Till nz Mzanagm
54 So. Presco'H S+.
in COMPLETE FOOD MARKET
POPLAR-HIGHLAND PLAZA 3'03 Summa' Ave'
FA 3-5502 MEMPHIS, TENN.
I 32I5 Jackson Avenue
PHONE FA 7-8558
Feaiuring Ihe Na'Iion's Only
Unleaded IWHITEI Gasoline
SMITH AND WELLS
43I NORTH HOLMES
CongraI'uIaI'ions Io 'Ihe
Seniors of I959
5004 Summer Avenue
PHONE MU 3-699I
Roller Skale 'For Heallh
2469 SUMMER AVENUE
Dependable service E ,If . Vi ,
Qualify Worlcmanship I
Marilyn Word and Glenna
HOOKER'S DRYWALL SERVICE BOEIQS admire beaufifu' .E ,.
cloihes found exclusively aI' QV lVA yy '
me HELEN SHOP, :eos 4.5 jig .Y
Union Ave. F I 4'
GL 8-3863 3444 HENRY ' I AIV I
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Meei' Your Friends aI'
PAT'S DRIVE INN
and Enjoy Good
Eafing, a+ a Reasonable Price.
iaoa UNION AVENUE
LITTLEFIELDS' BLUE PRINT CO., INC.
30 N. Third S'rree'I'
HENRY D. FLEMING, Pres.
Blue Prinis and PhoIosI'a1's
PHONE JACKSON 6-5522
453i SUMMER AVENUE-
A Fully Accrediied Junior College
iWriIe for Li+era+ure
H. A. DIXON, Presideni'
E. Claude Gardner, Dean
Paul Taylor, Charles Brammer, Bobby Simpson,
Donna Shipman, Befh Kyle, Harold Cuiler and
David Howell are aHending Freed-Hardeman Ihis
Rosemary I NVESTMENTS
334I Summer Avenue
Shirts -I Dry Cleaning Phone FA 4-6626
New and Used Car Financing
Low Raies, Long Terms
4 Hour Service
HIGHLAND AT SUMMER PHONE FA7-6394
H'-BOY CHARL ANNE
fLi"2j3+ BEAUTY SALON
HZIMBERQER Owner-VIRGINIA MOSS
3257 Jackson Ave.
Treadwell S'I'uden+s Always Inviied 445I SUMMER ,MU2-2449
1 x lin 7711
The SENIOR CLASS Of-Ficers, Dick Burge, Nancy Hannings, Pa+sy Boals, Ronnie Swain
Larry Davis, and Alice McNeely pause for a coke.
The Pause That Refreshes
HAVERTY FURNITURE CO.
2 GREAT STORES TO SERVE You
3432 Summer Ave. GL2-7309
I57 S. Main JA6-5708
Congralulalions Io lhe
Senior Class of I959
3823 Orchi Roacl
BILLY CROWSON, PASTOR
Congralularions and Our Prayers
for 'Hue Senior Class of Treadwell
I'l1e Senior Class of '59
NICKEY BROTHERS, INC.
2700 Summer Ave.
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A BUGGY SiIua'I'ionI
Camille Callaway, Emily Ha'Icl1er, Jucly Forresler, and I
Wanda Woodside are being fumigaled by Larry
745 Homer l
F. 81 W. EXPRESS
See F. 8: W. EXPRESS 'for Thai'
Fas'r Dependable Service.
une an 'us inis e ins ec in one o
modern 'lruclrs from F. 8: W. EXPRESS
ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO.
3638 MACON ROAD
Our Prayers and Good Wishes
+o 'I'he Class of I959
Chipwoody Says . .
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The BIOLOGY and
Give Their Congralulaiions
+o +he Class of l959
Besl' Wishes io 'lhe Seniors
MRS. H UGH ES'
NaIionaI a+ Faxon
DR. SLATER. A. MURPHY, PasI'or
Sincere Good Wishes +o Ihe GracIua+es
Io Our Greaf School
ESSO SERVICE CENTER
34I6 MACON ROAD
AI'Ias Ba++eries and Tires
A A A Service
Mechanic on Dufy
VAN CAMP MUTUAL
2064 UNION AVENUE
"You Always Save
WiI'h MuI'uaI Insurance
STANLEY'S BY RYT
3662 Macon Rd.
Besi Wishes, Seniors I959
We Appreciafe Your Pa'I'ronage"
REAL ESTATE CO.
OFFICE 800 SO. McLEAN
MU 3-2504 BR 6-2529
STUDENTS . .
In order 'lo slimulale league bowling among high school
and college siudenrs, IMPERIAL offers 'Ihe Junior
Bowling League raie per game 'Io all sludenis and
provides bowling shoes renl-'free lo all iunior and slu-
denl' bowlers playing in regular league comperilion.
IMPERIAL will provide all necessary assisrance in form-
ing a, high school or college league. Free bowling in-
siruclion available al- all iimes. League openings now
avzilable in affernoons af+er school as well as on weelc-
"'Call IMPERIAL LANES
for Informaiion MU 3-5224
4700 Summer Ave.
Cheerleaders receive candy from lhe foolball feam al'
'lhe Foo'l'baII Banque-I.
RYAN'S MEAT CO.
675 N. 3rd
"Where Qualiry Rules"
MRS. CATES RYAN, Owner
Ca'l'ering 'io Holels, Res+auran'I's
JA 6-5 I 68 JA 5-042l
MISS DEADERICICS HOMEROOM
Prtilsgliiilisl-lunsucker, Gerry Easley B'
Secrefa . MERCANTILE COMPANY
Ram:-lille Bowling 328l Jackson Avenue
Treasurer: Phone FA 4-4I55
Willie Ford, Joyce Hunl'
Red Cross Represenfafivez
SERVING MEMPHIANS 45 YEARS
Qualify Merchandise on Easy Terms
YORK ARMS CO.
l62 Sou'I'h Main BRANCH
JA 6-l2l7 Poplar Plaza
Act1v1t1es ...... ..,......,,.......,
Administration .,.... - .......... , .... , ,,,,.,,,, 8-10
Advertisements ,.....,.....,,,.. ,,,,,----- ----- 1 9 2-209
American History Club ......, , ,,,,,-,, ,--,,---, 1 04.
Baseball ................ .. ....., -
.,- ............ 72-77
Basketball, Varsity ,...,.,.. -A 44,-4,6
Basketball, "B" Team - .........
Basketball, Junior High
Biology Club ,.....,...............,
Board of Education ......
Cafeteria, Staff ..........
Calendar ................ --
Cheerleaders, Senior ....
Cheerleaders, Junior ...... ....... 4 3
Classroom Scenes ........
Contents ......... .---
Cross Country .......
Eagle Staff ......... - ,.......
Engineers' Club ........
Editor's Message .....
Faculty .................. --- ....... --- -----.---
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- ......... 106
Favorite Teacher ......... - ........ L ......... .. ....... -..-..- .... - 4
Football, Junior High ................
Football, Peewee ..........
Football, Varsity ..,....
Foreword .............. .... - --- .............. - ...... 2
Freshmen ...................... - ................... - ...,.,.
Freshman Homeroom Presidents ............ ......... 1 76
FHA, Junior .................................. ..- ..................... 114
F HA, Senior ..... - ........ - .......... ---- ....... - ..... 113
Glee Clubs .....
H1-Y ........ - .................. - ........ - ........... ......
- ................... 51
Honor Society, Junior ................ - .................... -----. 93
Honor Society, Senior .... -.-- ......... .......... - ----... 94-95
Juniors .................... - ........... - ............... ----..- 157-167
Junior Class Officers .... ---- ........... 1 ............................. 156
Junior Red Cross ................. ..-.-- .......... -..-...-..----- 101
Key Club ................ - ...... mm--- ..... --..- ...........
Latin Club ---- .... ..-.--- ...... ...--- ..... - ...... -.-.. .... ---------
Law Club .....,,,.. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, ,
Library Assistants, Junior ,.,.
Library Assistants, Senior ....
Maintenance ,,,,,- M,
Maj orettes .,.,,..,,..-.,,,,, , ,,,,.,.,,,
Mr. and Miss Treadwell ,..,....
National Forensic League ....
Office Assistants, Senior ....
Office Assistants, Junior ........
Office Assistants, Elementary ....... ,,
PTA ..,,,..,.,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,
-1 .... 116
Physical Education, Girls' ,-,,,,,, 55.57
Physical Education, Boys' ....,.
Princlpals ...,,,,,--,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , --,,,,, 11-12
Quill and Scroll
Rocket Club .......
Safety Patrol .......
Science Club .....,....
Secretaries ...,. 1 ,,,,,,,,,,
Secretaries Club ..,.,.
Senior Honors ......
Seniors , ......... ..,...
Senior Chorus ....,-..
Senior Class Officers .......
Senior Personalities .,...,,.,,.... ,,,,,,,,, ,-,----
Sophomores ...........,.. ,....,...,, , ,.,,,,.,,, ,,,, ,.,.,,.
Sophomore Homeroom Presidents
Spanish Clubs ...........,...,,,..,...,,.,,.,,,,,, -.,,, , , 103
Student Advisory Board ......
Students ..... ., ,,,..,.......,.,.,.,,. -
"TH Club ...... ,-
Title Page ....
Twelve Years Club .........
World History Club .....
Y-Teens, Junior ......
Y-Teens, Senior ...... .......
Yearbook, Staff ....... .. .....,...
- -- - ........ 119
....... ....... ----- ...... . 98
INDEX TO ADVERTISERS
Aero Blue Print Co., Inc. ..,.. . 2011.
Angel Food ,..................,... ,,,4,,. 2 03
Armko Lumber Company ...... ..,... 2 02
Band Booster Club ..,........ ,,o,,. 2 06
Beaver Welding Supply ,..... ,,,.,. I 95
Booster Club ................... ,,,.,. 2 00
Best Hardware ........ .,.,,, 2 02
Biology Club ......o.,............... . ..,. .. ,.,.. . 207
Callaway Exterminating Co. ...,. ,-,,,, 2 06
Central Home Improvement .. .,,.. .,,,, , 197
Charl Anne Beauty Salon .,.... - ,.., 204
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. ...,..,... ,,,,,, 2 05
Continental Investments ,..,,. ,.,.,- 2 04.
Daniel's Pharmacy .......,....., ,,,,A, 1 97
Dixie Garden Foods, Inc. ,..... ...... 2 00
Earl's Barber Shop ......,.... .,.,,4 2 O8
Economy Machine Shop ...... ...... I 99
E. H. Crump Sz Co. ........... ...... I 97
F. 81 W. Express Co. ,.......... .,.... 2 00
Forest Hill Dairy ...................... ...... 1 99
Frank Black Service Station ..... .. ..... 200
Freddie Gold Real Estate .......... ,..... 2 08
Freed-Hardeman College ,..... 204
George T. Brodnax .4 ...................... ...... 1 95
Glenn Brothers Esso ..........,.............,... . 208
Hardaway Sinclair Service Station ........ ...... 1 99
Haverty Furniture Co. ........................ ...... 2 06
Helen Shop ...........................,..... ...... 2 03
Hi-Boy .................,...,....................... 204
Highland Heights Baptist Church ....... ...,.. 2 08
Highland Heights Civic Club ..........., ...... 2 08
Highland Heights Cleaners ..,............,.... ...... 2 02
Highland Heights Methodist Church ........ ...... 1 97
Hillebrand-Underwood Pharmacy ..... ...... 2 01
Hill-Smith Termite Control ............. ....., 2 07
History Club ................,,...,.....,....... .-.... 2 O7
Hogue 81 Knott Super Markets ,.... ...... 1 99
Hollingsworth Cafe .........,......,.... .. ..,.. 202
I-Iooker's Drywall Service .,...... ....... ...... 2 0 3
Imperial- Bowling Lanes ...... ...i................... 2 09
Industrial Tax Service, Inc. .........,...... ----.. .............-. - 201
Joyner-Heard Realty Co. ...... - - ..... - ......--- 1 ------ .- 202
Keathley Blind Co. ---, 1- 201
Key Club .........,...... ---- --------- 1 9 5
Law Club ............ ---.------- - --------------- - --- 195
Lawson Cavette ........................---.- --1 -,------ --- ----- 1 ----- 202
L. B. Price .....,................... - ------'-- - ------, - ---------- -- 209
Leawood Baptist Church ...-..,.-. - --------. 1 ----- -- --f--- - 207
Littlefields' Jewelry ..-....... - ..-..---- ---- - --- ------ ---- 204
Lucille's Beauty Center ...... -------- 1 ------ - ---------- - 197
MacDonalds ....................-....-----.------ - ---- - --------- ---M 200
Mallory Amoco Service ...... - ....-..--- - ---------- - ---- 203
Matthews Food Market ...........----------------- 4-----M ------- - 202
Miss Castelmun's Homeroom ..... .- ....-- 1---- '--- - ---- - 195
Miss Deaderick's Homeroorn ......... - --.-- -11--W -,-f-- - 209
Moss Barber Shop .............. .--- 1 --------- - ---------- - --- 204'
Mrs. Hughes Homeroorn ...... MM- ------ - -----,af --- 207
Nickey Brothers, Inc. ...... --- --------------- ---- 200
Pat's Drive Inn .,...................... ------- - ------ - - 203
P.T.A. ..,........................ 1 -......--- - ------4- - --'- - 199
Rosemary Clean-A-Mat .............. -----,- - ----- - 204'
Royal Crown Bottling Co. -- ,......... - ......... ..- ..... ..-- 207
Ryan's Meat Co. .............,. .. ............ - ........ -- .... 209
Sampson Cleaners .........,........ L. .......... - 201
Skateland Roller Rink ..........,.......... -M ............ 203
Smith 8: Wells Pest Control ...... - ........ .- ........ - 203
Southern Church Supply Co. ..... .............. - .... L - 200
Southern Maid Donuts .............. ........... - ...,..... ...... 2 0 0
Speight Esso .................. - .......... ----- ........... .---- 197
Stanley's Bye Ryt .............. .--LL 208
Stepherson's Big Star ............., ............. 1 95
Superior Lettering Service -.- ........, ............... - .... 2 00
Talley's Dress Shops ......,....... .. ....... ... ............. 201
Telephone Co. .................. ...... 1 96
Tri-S Club ..................................................... ....... - - 195
T. Walker Lewis YMCA ............. - .......... - ................. 201
Van Camp Mutual Insurance Agency .... - ........ - ...... 208
W. F. Jameson Construction - ........ .. ....... ...... 1 95
York Arms Co. .................................... ...... 2 09
In closing I wish to express my sincere appreciation
to the many people who have made the 1959 Eagle a
I am especially grateful to the yearbook staff, who
toiled diligently many an afternoon and night to 'meet
the deadlinesg Mr. Maybry, his administrative staff, and
the entire faculty for fervent interest and cooperationg
Mrs. Margaret Buffaloe, who advised the business staff 5
Miss Elisebeth Phillips for correcting the continuous
stream of copyg Mr. William S. Carrier for his excep-
tional job on the photography and his helpful advice and
criticismg and Miss Margaret Tisdale, our sponsor, for
her guidance, assistance, and never ending patience with-
out which we could never have made the dream of our
yearbook come true.
It is through the combined efforts of these people
that I can now present to you your 1959 annual.
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