Tulia High School - Hornet Yearbook (Tulia, TX)

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.Q 'K 4 ?ff"' 1 F n W ' v A-. Q L U ,QE-g.. -: V 3- . .ef .r 1 , 1 :wa A f 1 b . ' .L 5 , , , A' 'P ' A H1 Ea- ff ,5:a.z2if,.ai"'iieufif.. 4sa:..g,-a a.ilFYR1,g.,g sf 7 .1 , ' :-,-1: , I, . C' xp ': .X 4 ff, X -,Z H1GH scuoou. Tulia, Texas 1952-53 D E THE ANNUAL STAFF OF 1953 DEDICATE THIS BOO TO THE MEMORY OF OUR BELOVED CLASSMATE EDWARD BRYAN THE THEME OF OUR ANNUAL IS PEACE THROUGH BROTHERHOOD AND WE KNOW OF NO PERSON VK HO EXEMPLIFIED BROTHERHOOD ANY MORE THAN HE LET US PRACTICE THESE SAME VIRTUES AS WE FOLLOW HIS LEAD MAY WE FIND WORLD WIDE PEACE K '7 'I D25 ! 'fblq 4 - all ues, here is the key that will unlock the golden gates of peace? Where is the balm that heals our wounds and brings the heart release ? It is in the heart of you as accompanied by your brother--You seek the Everlasting Arms ---- - By Patience Strong Helrfelrfs ,llellrerzrrefrezfrele Sewer ,fulerers Seplzelrzeree Qreslzlrzele ,flefrrriree gererrfee Orgrzlrizrzfiezrs Sperfe Hezrzelelrzry Advertisers in this annual, the history of your school ye inspiration to live a life of ch ' gh little acts of kindness, we kn k you will find the year's history about: 1 0 , 0 0 0 Q Q 7 f' Wlflsfrafzalf An understanding mstructo is a fri nd nd adviso t new students a d old stu de ts lik I L I S T BRYAN Hlgh School Prxncrpal 15 shown mampulaung the machxne of ume whlch determlnes each day of our educatxon ix W V SWINBURN Superintendent of Schools rs prctured ln hrs darly endeavors to make o u r school p r o c e e d to greater heights ,X 4w""' X 'x MR. I. C. MCMURRY Secretary if 13 i , J si i MR. I. M. HILL President nt,-f ii"'4"-L M.C. WHEELER LLOYD BUTLER I. E. WARD WEYMON FEATHERSTON K 2' ' ' 112' EE , L ELfL 'L T Q A 'ff 'F I if I N 4 by H L i ,r fq 7 il? -W - .. ' ' 2, Q ,, xx I M My M f C. T. HERRING I- L- CLOWER P1-inc ipa 1 MRS, DAVID BURGESS English A 5 MISS MILDRED HULSEY English MR, FLOYD PANNELL MRS. S.C. SCOTT Mathematics, Bookkeeping Librarian MR, R,B, DAWSON Agriculture f MISS THEROL MOTLEY W2 MR. W, L, WALKER Mathematics Social Science, Journalism MR. VERNON T, LEWIS Band MRS. LYNETTE CRABTREE English, Speech 61? in 35" uw 5 5 S Q... 'lf' MISS MONA NELSON Commercial MRS, W,L. WALKER Homemaking ME A 2 I X MR. VIC CLARK Coach Social Studies :li MRS- V? FLOYD PA NNELL Secretaxy I MRS. ZENDOLA YOES Chemistry, Science MR, JOHNNY LEATHERS Agriculture MR. RUSSELL YOUNG Coach, Biology MR. EZRA JONES Custodian M x X K Brotherhood between the supenor Semor and the underdog F1sh is some umes hard to fmd QV 1 LI 3 , fi ff w i 5 , , 1 0 I BETTE BARNES FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 3, Pioneer Club 3, Choir 3, Pep Squad 1,2, 3, Librarians Club 1, GAA 1, PATTE BARNES FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 3, Pioneer Club 3, Choir 3, Pep Squad l, 2, 3, GAA 1, WILLIE BECK FFA 1, Football Manager 1, Basketball Manag- er l, Choir l, Entered from Ralls High School Junior year. IEANETTE BERRY FHA l, 2, 3,4, Annual Staff, Interscholastic League Contest, Typing 3, Entered from Quitaque High School Senior year, Pep Squad, Librarians Club 3, KENNETH BILLINGTON Band l, 2, 3,4, Cornet Trio 3,4, Brass Quintet 4, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, FFA Judging Teams, Grass Judging 1, 2, Junior Chapter Conducting, Senior Chapter Conducting, Milk Products 2, FFA Officer 4, Junior Play, JEAN BLACKSTON Hornet Staff 3,4, FHA 3,4, Pioneer Club 3, FTA 3,4, Entered from Bovina High School Junior year, Bovina activities: Editor, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Girls' Manager 3. 'ls 1 X gn., ,-AR -as ,s 'V '55 MARILYN BOYDSTUN National Honor Society 3 4 Annual Staff 3 4 Annual Edrtor 4 FHA 1 2 3 4 FHA Offr cer 3 Christmas Pageant 3 Junior Play National Thespian Soc1ety 3 4 Declamatrons 1 P1oneer Club 3 Band 3 Choirl 2 3 Chou' Accompanrst 2 3 Choir Off1cer Chou En semble Pep Squad 1 2 FTA 4 Speech Club 2 BOBBIE BRALY Class Offrcer 3 National Honor Society 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Hornet Staff 2 Fl-lA 1 4 Junior Play One Act Play 3 National Thes p1an Society 3 4 Extemporaneous Speakmg 3 4 Office Staff4 Pep Squad 1 2 3 Speech Club 2 3 PHILIP BROOKS Class Offlcer 2 FFA 1 Christmas Pageant l One Act Play Pioneer Club 2 Pep Squad 1 2 Speech Clubl 2 3 REGINALD BRYAN Class Officer 1 Student Council 3 4 Student Counc1lOff1cer 3 4 FFA 1 2 3 4 FFA Offi cer 3 4- Christmas Pageant 2- FFA Judging Teams Milk Judging Farm Demonstration Senior Chapter Conducting 1 2- Track 1 2 3- Pioneer Club 3- T Club 2 3,4- Speech Club 2- Footballl 2 3 4- Basketball 1 2 3 4- Who s Who 4 BILLIE ANN BURNETT Student Council 4g Hornet Staff 4, FHA 1, 2, 3,4g Junior Playg One Act Play 3g Class Offi- cer 4, Pioneer Club 3, Pioneer Club Officer 3, Cheerleader 3g Pep Squad 1, 2. JOE EDD BURNETT FFA 1, 2, 3,45 FFA Judging Teams, Junior Chapter Conducting 1, Dairy Cattle Judging 2, Pioneer Club 3, FFA Officer 3,43 Livestock Judging Team 3,4, HM BYRNES National Honor Society 3,4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Junior Play, Boys' State 3, Pioneer Club 3, Librarians Club 3,4, Officer of Librarians 4, Tennis Team l, 2, 3, 4, JACK CANTRELL Annual Staff 4, Contest Play 4, "Outward Bound," National Thespian Society 4, Entered from Austin High School during Senior year, Pep Squad l, 2, 3, Librarians Club 4, Tennis Team 2, 4, DORA CARAWAY Class Favorite I, Class Officer 2, FHA 1, 3,4 FHA Officer 1, Band 3, Band Officer 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, FTA 2, 3,4, FTA Officer 4, Halloween Queen 4, MINA CARR FHA 2, 3, Junior Play, Band 2, 3,4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Entered from Royse City High School during Sophomore year. SHIRLEY COPELAND Who's Who 3, Class Favorite 2, Class Offi- cer 3, Student Council 2, National Honor Society 3,4, National Honor Society Officer 4, Annual Staff 4, FHA l, 2, 3,4, Fl-lA Offi- cer 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, Junior Play: One Act Plays 2, 3, National Thespian Society 3,4, National Thespian Officer 4, Band 1, Choir 2, 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, FTA 4: F'I'A Officer 4, Speech Club 1, 2, 3, Out- standing Future Homemaker 4, CLYDE DALLUGE Hornet Staff 4, FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, FFA Judging Teams 1, 2,4, "T" Club 4, Band 3,4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, BOBBY EWING FFA l, 2, Pioneer Club 3, Track 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Football 3, CHRISTINE FOSTER Student Council l, National Honor Society 3,4, Annual Staff 4, Business Manager 4, FHA l, 2, 4, National Thespian Society 3,4, Officer 4, All Tournament Basketball 3, Pioneer Club 3, Band l, 2, 3, Speech Club 2, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Vespa Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Oificer 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3,4, BOBBY GOODWIN Class Officer 3, Student Council 4, Student Council Officer 4, National Honor Society 3,4, National Honor Society Officer 4, Annual staff 4, Hornet Staff 2, Junior Play, One Act Play 2, National Thespian Society 4, Officer 4, Band l, 2, 3,4, Band Officer 3,4, BOB GOULD Class Favorite l, Class Officer 3, FFA 1, 2, FFA Judging Team 1, "T" Club 4, Choir 3, Football l,4, BARBARA fTotJ GRANTHAM FHA l, 2, Christmas Pageant 3, Junior Play 3, One Act Play 3, National Thespian Society 3,4, All Tournament Basketball 3, All District Basketball 3, Pioneer Club 3, Choir 2, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 4, Speech Club 2, 3, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Vespa l, 2, 3,4, Volleyball 1, 2, 3,4, CHARLES HAMILTON FFA l, 2, 3, FPA Judging Team l, 2, Track l, 2, 3, "T" Club 4, Basketball 1, 2, Pioneer Club 3, Football 1, 2, 3,4, MARY ANN HILL Class Favorite 35 Class Officer 15 Student Council 35 Officer 35 National Honor Society 3,45 National Honor Society Officer 45 Annu- al Staff 45 Hornet Staff 45 Editor fHornetJ 45 FHA l, 2, 3,45 FHA Officer 2,45 One Act Play 15 Pioneer Club 35 Officer 35 Band 2, 35 Pep Squad 25 Speech Club l, 25 Who's Who 4, MARTHA ELLEN HOOPER Entered from Happy High School Senior year5 FHA 1, 2, 35 Junior Play5 Choir 15 Pep Squad l, 2, 35 Basketball l, 2, 35 Volleyball 1, 2, 35 Basketball Honorable Mention 3, CORALYN HUTSON National Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Play, OUITA JEFFERSON Class Officer 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Pageant l, 2, 35 Junior Play5 Interscholastic League, Typing 35 Band 35 Choir l, 25 Choir Ensemble 25 Pep Squad l, 25 FTA l, 2, 3,45 FTA Officer 4, BETTYE JOHNSON FHA l, 25 Pioneer Club 35 Office Staff45 Pep Squad l, 2, 35 FTA 2, 3,45 FTA Officer 3,45 Basketball 35 Volleyball 35 GAA 1, BESSIE LANGFORD FHA 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Squad l, 2, 35 GAA 1. 35. Q, :gh an?" 'Wave in '?' Sgt, it VYLA LILES Entered from Whiteface High School Senior year3 FHA l, 2, 33 FHA Officer 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Choir l, 23 Basketball l, 2, EUGENE LOVE FFA 1, 23 FFA Judging Teams l, 23 Track 33 Pioneer Club 33 "T" Club 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Basketball l. 2, DWA NE LUKE Class Officer lj FFA l, 23 FFA Judging Teams 1,23 All District Football 3, Track 1, 2, 3, "T" Club 1, 2, 3,41 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket ball 1, 2, 3, 4, DEONA MABRY Hornet Staff 43 FHA l, 23 Entered from Brownfield High School Senior year, BILLY MCANELLY FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 FFA judging Teams l, 2, 43 Track l, 2,33 Pioneer Club 33 "T" Club 3,43 "T" Club Officer 43 Band 1, 2., 33 Football l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, ROY MCCASLAND Who's Who 33 National Honor Society 3,43 FFA 1, 23 Christmas Pageant 2, 33 Junior Play: Contest Play 3,43 National Thespian Society 3,43 Officer 43 Extemporaneous Speech 23 Track l, 23 Band l, 3,43 Drum Major 1,43 Choir 2, 33 Choir Ensemble 2, 33 Speech Club 2, 33 Officer 33 Football l, 2, 33 "Outward Bound," "Arsenic and Old Lace, "Sleeping Beauty." WELDON fBurrJ MCCLURG Who's Who l, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, FFA Judging Teams 1, 2, 3,4, Pioneer Club 3, Speech Club l, 2, FFA Officer 4, Lone Star Farmer 4, BEVERLY MITCHELL FHA 1, 2, 3,4, Christmas Pageant 2, 3, Junior Play Make-Up, Pioneer Club 3, Band l, 2, 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, Speech Club 2, 3, GAA l, JOE WOOD MOTE FFA 1, 2, 3,4, FFA Officer 3,4, FFA Judging Teams, Calf Judging, Dairy Cattle Judging, Dairy Products Judging, Pioneer Club 3. MARY ANN NANCE FHA 1, 2, Vespa Club 1, 2,4, Choir 2, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, FTA 1, Speech Club l, 2, One Act Play l, Basketball 1, Pioneer Club l, 2, Volleyball 1, .JIMMIE NELSON Class Officer l, Annual Staff 4, Hornet Staff 4, FFA l, 2, FFA Judging Teams, Track 1, 2, 3, Pioneer Club 3, "T" Club 2, 3,4, "T" Club Officer 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Football Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, J, LARRY NELSON Class Officer 2, Student Council 2, National Honor Society 3,4, FFA l, 2, 8,4, FFA Offi- cer 2, 3, 4, Christmas Pageant 3, Junior Play, FFA Judging Teams. 'hw Q 554 ,JS L0 'Q wo-. 'Q ROBERTA NICKEL FHA l,2, Pioneer Club 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, FTA 4, Speech Club 1, DON O'NEALL FFA l, 2, 3,4, Junior Play Stage Manager, FFA Judging Teams, Junior FFA Quiz, Senior Chapter Conducting, Dairy Products Judging, Crops Judging, ARLETA ORR Annual Staff 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant 2, One Act Play, National Thespian Society 3,4, Pioneer Club 3, Office Staff 4, Choir 2, 3, Pep Squad 1, 2, Speech Club l,2, 3, Girls' Volleyball 3, ZACK PANNELL Who's Who 2, Class Officer 2, 3, 4, FHA Pin- Up Boy 3, National Honor Society 4, FFA l, 2, FFA Officer 2, FHA Judging Tearr' ' Xll Tournament Basketball 3, Track l, 2, 3, Boys' State 3, "T" Club 2, 3,4, Personality King 3, Choir 2, 3, Choir Officer 3, Choir Ensemble 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Captain 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, CHARLSEY PETTIT FHA 1, 2, 3,4, Pep Squad 1, 2, 3,4, GAA 1, LARRY PRUETT FFA 1, 2, 3,4, FFA Judging Teams, Junior FFA Quiz, Senior Chapter Conducting, Grass Judging l, Dairy Products, FFA Officer 4, Pioneer Club 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, CHERRY REID Class Officer 3, FHA l, 2, 3,4, Entered from Cotton Center Junior year, FTA 4, FHA Officer 4, ROBERT RINGO Class Officer 2, Hornet Staff 4, All District Football 3,4, Track l, 2, 3, "T" Club 2, 3,4- "T" Club Officer 4, Entered from Dalhart High School Freshman year, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, CHARLES SARCHET Class Favorite 3, Class Officer 2, Student Council 1, Annual Staff 4, Hornet Staff 4, FFA l, 2, 3, FFA Judging Teams 1, 2, All District Football 3, Track l, 2, 3, Pioneer Club 3, "T" Club 1, 2, 3,4, "T" Club Officer 4, Basketball Manager 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Captain 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, PAUL SHELTON FFA 2, 3,4, Pioneer Club 3. BILL SHIVES FFA l, 2, 3,4, Declamations l, 2, FFA Judging Teams 1, 2, 3,4, "T" Club 3,4, "T" Club Officer 4, Football 2, Football Manager 3, 4, Basketball Manager 3, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Librari- ans Club 1, 2, Basketball l. BILLY TIMMONS Class Favorite 2, Class Officer 4, FFA 1, 2, FFA Judging Teams l, 2, Track l, 2, 3, Pioneer Club 3, "T" Club 2, 3,4, Football l, 2, 3,4, Football Manager 2, Band 2, Cheer leader l, Basketball 1, 2, 3,4, li 'Czar- Nl an-wk, T ik- , A f 15,5 N 4, ,., l- 1. A q A .x fix I ,Y X "' - ffffb" ,..fs. n,' ' ' i J R 'Q " - iff" . JW . A . - 'L fx? 4 'C ir - M . 4 Y. I t f ii ' r 'H QR 1 . ',,, Au-1,6 'vi' .5-.2 ' " nr if 4, ,Mwr M . is Q F' If J ,-fig-ra Q ...iv Anas, !f4."', B' - 'yv L .V MJ l, Billy lxleAnelly 2, Cherry Reid 3, Bill Shives 4, Deona and LC, Mabrey 5, Beverly Mitchell 6, Gar- land Wade 7, Bobbie Ann Braly 8, Elouise Vaughn 9, Robert Ringo lO, Paul Shelton ll, From the Pannell family album li, Weldon "Burr" McClurg 13, Roberta Nickle l4, Charles Hamilton l5, Mina Ruth Carr 16, Christine Foster 17, Larry Pruett 18, Barbara "Tot" Grantham l9, Bette and Patte Barnes, .3 .... I l hood 1n the frlendshxp of a good ambassador of T H S ly ' A new student finds brother I M. ,pf ,,,,c3 . 6 S ' gill MA' J K x I 4 f Y 1 w c I S i nlf""' lvti .r'q.L... -ltfztx 1' -q'q. NTIS y Q l' A Q4 I, "6 'n A ' .l .. , 0 , , 4, 3 . .Y . 0 ' I u D , ALBERT NULL - - ----- Parliamentarian SHOT HUTSON - - - -Vice President ROBERT AYCOCK - - - - President DELORES HUTTO - - - - Secretary-Treasurer JIMMY STOUT - - ' ' Reporter r"" "' fix Ofhfers We MISS MONA NELSON MR. RUSSELL YOUNG Sf w..- ROBERT REX AYCOCK DONNIE BAUER JENNY APPLETON TIMOTHY APPLETON '7-' Ph "' fm., E'- GENEVA BOSLEY IUDITH BRADLEY WYLIE BERRY LOUISE BOGGESS 16' MARY JANE BROWN HOYET BURNAM 'wut' SYLVA LEE CHANDLER JANE COBB Q.-154. '6'x E' DELL BYRNES HAROLD RAY CARAWAY OZELLA CRAWFORD MA RTHA DA LLUGE 'ix Q lx PAULINE DICKENS KENNETH DIETRICH its hs BILL DANIEL BUDDY DANIELS S-. 3 NETA FRANKS CLAYTON FREEMAN LC. GALES PHYLLIS GARDNER 'L' 17' 64:5 hx vii' GLORIA GOODWIN J.T. HALE af fha -..-.. ii. -. WESLEY HAYHURST DARWYN "SHOT" HUTSON JOHN I-IARRINGTON JESSIE MARTIN DOLORES HUTTO ROY JACKSON I -ug I-Ft 'Q A-it HERMAN KEAHEY GENE KING BETTIE JOHNSON GLE NDA JOHN SON YN-. 'Vs V' x,j pus .iffy 'c"7' JOE DON LEACH AUDREY LOVE 1. L. KINNARD SHIRLEY KITCHENS 15" ,M-a" J. C. MABRY ELIZABETH MASSEY ROGER MCMURREY BILLY NEELEY 11: JO ANN MCANELLY TOM MCCOLLUM f-5 ..'w YTT7 CARLOS NEWBY THELMA NIX an QS DORIS NUNN PAT PARSONS BENTON NOBLE ALBERT NULL yv5"Ul .gills R 1 I-LC, POAGE IUANELVA ROSE JACK PHILLIPS ELLIOT POAGE an 46 GERALD SC HULTE OTTO SC I-IUSTER DON SMITH LEE ANN STAMPS CAROLYN SEDGWICK IEANNE SIMMONS 'T ,JO- YE' N ...L A BILLY REX STEPHENS MARILYN STEWART 'hrs'-f QV- L..--V' 'vw -og JIMMIE TOM LINSON LOANA WEBB PAUL STEWART JIMMIE STOUT ,sm if 5 V fblg ID Sq.,-X '!T"2? 'Q -Jn kv- ltzrx ION RAY WHITTEN PHILLIP ZEECH w JOYCE WELLBORN CHARLES WHIT SETT aww.. QP 9 :wa ssac Y. 'Ami' ""'-r r r ' vu, 91' or-1 G' fs SWR i i Ann? HFQJYQ 'STI wifi " s 'LE' 'tk X T ff XX sy M? 1. The whole gang 2, For my health, of course, 3, Pic-Neckers 4. Just practicing. 5, Slumber party gossip, 6, You're chokin' me, 7. Getting ready for a good tan, 8, What did she say that was so funny? 9, Showin' off. 10, Two crooks at the fair, ll, An example of dancing in the dark, no doubt, 12, Solemn as you'1l ever see these two. 13, Studying! 14, Aw, please, 15. The mad scientist, 16, Day after the night before. 17. "Don't you dare take my picture!" , ,i af' We make new reso1ut1ons for better 11v1ng each day as we hear the mornmg devononals 1 Q39 4 X 4' Dennis pagizig ----------- ---- T reasurer Joann Stanaland ---------- Parliamentarian Kelly Atchley - - - - Vice President Betty Braly - - - Secretary Dan Rodgers - - - - - Pl'CSid6DI Ofhcer i- 'Vs MRS. LYNETTE CRABTREE in-9 MR, R,B, DAWSON Kelly Atchley Larry Barbour James Anderson Monerte Andrus New April Barnes V Betty Jean Bonds Charles Bourland Buddy Berry Edwin Bice Warren Lee Bell Ellis Childress N. Coy Chisum Leslie Culifer -'RG Lester Boydstun George Bozeman, Jr. S-'N fri-ar Patricia Culwell Jackie Dannecker June Bradley Betty Braly Donnie Campbell Sfff 1 ' qu- Don Fincher Joy Ann Embry Donald Ewing Dwyane Dennis Robert Dyer 17 X Marvin Glenn E.C. Goodman 'K-x. Rh 811' K Bettie Lu Gatewood Treva Fawn George 411518 "YYl"",T? Nbr Barbara Flynt Glen Herring xi Barbara Hicks Donald Hicks Robert Goss Norwood Grubb 415 X Paul Holligan Lois Hood Q? i Alton Hamilton Billye Ruth Hartsell Jerry Herndon ii' K, 3 t 1 id X r I Kay Jennings Amy Hudson Shirley Hutson Donald Hooten Dean House 1""'? 'a I au. "Dv 'U' Pinky Kincaid Thelma Kirkland M ,. tg. C' Brent Joy Frank Kiker Ray Johnston Pa ul Madura Teresa Melton Mary Montandon fvu Lawrence Kitchens Bill Lemmons Mauna Lou Lyles Sue Love Leroy Measles Eddie Morris Loyd D. Morris Dennis Patzig James Perrin Rita Mullins Jewell Mae Newby 4fY'7 Lf 35-i Peggy Rankin ff fi :Qi if -mash Q.: x- B, Hubert Schulz Gary Simmons Larry Riley Dan Rodgers ' gl fi- James Reynolds 1 W5 Loraine Smith Vasco Smith -o' Danny Solomon Rena Souter E Joann Stanaland Ronald Stephans Joyce Timmons Jan Tucker 417 Mona Tucker Billy Don Watts 6 Cha rlotte Wheeler Virginia White all 1. Say "cheese". 2. Joyce! 3. Three silly sophs. 4. "Ann" in "Outward Bound." 5. Soooo sleepy! 6. Don'r spill it, Amy! 7. Rena's sixteenth birthday. 8. Sad Sack. 9. Joann, wake up, It's not morn ing yet! 'll- ,1 VIH 'ff Q . w L. 3, Y -if", it g s , 'Q Q' 1 --M - ,A 2 f it r"" I KXKXXX 4 if vw 1 2 . Kb' Ma. is in Q . , 5 I 1 P Us x ,n V ,rr ir I mf? ., , f .Q 4. l, Aren't we cozy? 2, Now Pee Wee, leave that man alone, 3, Ol-l! Bill 4, Now what have we here? 5, Well, Idon't believe it, 6, Aren't we nice? 7. Swing it Jimmie! 8, Practicing, Zack? 9, What a line 10. What do you think, Jack? 11, Looks nice 12, Looks like they're getting a free meal. 13, The great scientists 14. Bathing beauties 15. Mrs. Burgess! ! 16, Look at the birdie, Gabby 17. Studying? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? J 45' Q Etta Sue Simpson Rayford Townsend Wanda Ruth Spilman Travis Turnipseed Jimmie Stratton Don Max Vars Carol Swinburn Jim Don Wallace Bob Thornborrow George Washington Barbara Thornton Hubert Shulte Nw xx 4- x 3 Y we A A 4 1:42 515 ' . fr-S2 -.mv-. ' - f , , . 4 X ,'l'n'0' 1 yu, WIEQQ An acuvxty whlch concerns us all IS the charity we must have between races I 1:3 xxx! 1 X, 5 :X - 1 neg h Y ,- if xkfn rf c QM, I E iii as QV 1' Registratlon began and many new faces were dlscovered Thts was the begrnnrng of schedule troubles whrch lasted for sgvefal weeks At last the Mrs Scott had to cope with But soon too soon for many of us the subjects were deemed upon every student's book drffr regular rouune of school began and then cultres Some of the students learned to therr dlsmay that books for a partrcular subject had not arnved ,Nik cp fflilbff Acfzvlflcs Say whom do you love was played by the freshmen guls 'I'he band students rushed together talk mg excitedly of last year s good trmes dreammg of the coming fun, and work 1ng to improve thelr band, On the cry 'au raid' the Q freshmen took to cover, EWR Both the boys and guls of the freshmen class enjoyed 1n1t1at1ons rnto T, H. S, I 1 e ,i 1? gnwe ' . 1 : 1 fw fr 'M slss 1 3' K N, E 'L ,g Q 31 . K I ggi ' I x gg s 55 u so I , K ' W I I 0 ' 1 I n - I ' I I I 9 A- ' :H , is . X s Q 1, ui 2 s :X . - - ar ' ll A II I U ,S -1 'L' 1 f' 1 , j at Alf! Going, going, gone, for only 254--that was indeed what Coach Clark was, The ,K Halloween Carnival of 1952 was one of 'N T wed' the most successful in several years. It - was attended by a majority of the A students and there were many of their we families there too, Here are some shots :X x of the fun we all enjoyed that night. Ocfabcr if 5 5 The seniors had, for their , assembly program, the , f "Bob and Roy Show, " They as s ' A also pursuaded Zack to sing M Q M, for the students, VY! a A Do you remember the dances after the home football games ? C3 Here are scenes from "Outward Bound" presented by the T. H. S. speech department, They must be cramming These "dignified" senior boys are playing for the midqefm WSIS- rabbit at a New Year's Eve party, Happy New Year everyone ! fd january Right 1n the midst of a snowball fight gg 'Xt A sect1on of the pep squad that did some good yelling 1n the tournament Scenes from the Tul1a Phillips T O game in the tournament lme ut All the teachers .pi fully Here go two trophies home to Dumas First and 'I'he Hornettes Consolation l 'wb f X . ,if it x X f M 11,5 X xl! X A in ,N N f L yr" Y ' y i Q n sv ' IX, F , I fin ,J A 'fi we 'N V nf ? Q ..- T1 f attended faith- N K avg 1 - . Mrk 3 A X i These bandits held up the Junior-Senior Western party, and made the boys give them a boot, Later the girls matched the boots to the feet, and danced with the owner. The FHA Valentine 's Banquet was celebrated with the "Old Fashioned" theme. Riding in a wheelbarrow, pretending its a horse, no doubt, A Paul Jones The National Honor Society banquet and initiation service, Basketball at its best. Eighth grade girls served at the Our morning devotionals became a real part of our Valentine 's Banquet, everyday life. .gg'ifH'fSLi': ' fait. Here we find some of the band students taking a break on a band Tennis season began with the "windy" season. trip, March an April The seniors began working on their play George Washington Slept Here by reading for parts H' I Backwards Week was in full swing in THS The girls eagerly exchanged places with the boys and not one complaint was iiixefi lf .R in M, The FTA students enjoyec their experiences in prac- tice teaching. WF' The annual staff relaxes and drinks fwaterj to the health of the annual The Spring Formal was given by the senior class made April 10 .9 f -' Q it w is 1 as if T V 'i' ri, . F I Q :uv I 3 . L. A . . . 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Q S . . . v ' , X 'FSA W Ms 5 Smior is' Z? y JIMMIE "MOOSE" NELSON was elected by the annual staff to portray a day that is characteristic of a popular senior, He was selected on the basis of his many activities in our school, Js, 1. in including football captain, annual staff, and Hornet staff. l, He rises early, beautifies :ps 'i himself, 13355 O I . vs . 5 "gl 5 1 fu' " 3 i E ' 5. r ll a fu l 3 wil Q- 2, And goes to his job at the telephone 5, Always a smile, even after football prac- office. tice-- Cu Q n Q n 1 1 QQ Q11 -I ----up in 3, After which he is sometimes almost late 6. He worked hard this summer to earn the to English class. money for his own car which he uses in his many school activities -- 4, Next we find him diligently studying-- 7. Our ladies man-- These people are our favorltes because of the frlendly sp1r1t they show towards all f 1' ' W I i , I 0 75 ,fbQ D BRYAN President of the Student Body Student Houncil 'is rh- SAM BRYAN, Sponsor 1- fb. BOBBY GOODWIN Vice President LEACH Wk C, GOODMAN JOE CLAYTON Reporter 'K 9--. RR ev, 011040 -ril""x. 13 'cr BILLIE ANN BURNETT JIMMIE TOMLINSON CHARLOTTE WHEELER VALERIA HALL Secretary Cfzzfupus hzfarifes ,Nomimffs gs aww, 0, ROY ALLEN MCCASLAND MARILYN BOYDSTUN CHARLES SARCHET fl l' if DORA MAE CARAWAY KENNETH BILLINGTON DOLORES HUTTO A-U, is 'UTA vp. 1:,,,,, 'CK-.J ROBERT RINGO IIMMIE TOMLINSON TOM McCOLLUM Y J lt , K w W 1 -Qi .-Q, heshman 6fLIS5 9a writes OTTER Svphamarf 611155 Qawriies 'QB .Civ DORA MAE CARAWAY, Senior A-x -fox - i. JANE COBB BETTY BRALY FAY CUI-WELL Iunior Sophomore FICShrI1ar1 3 XL S E N I O R S yi sl f 2 Q44 fb N MA R B93 A Y A P36814 MD NN HILL Wild is' J WH J 4 I M1 5 : is wi 0 'T ' R S 'Mi S 19 fb' 1 ! I I ,Nw wif -...ifzvf 9 ,?,, N . Q. Nui . ,- ww-new sd? KI J? ' 1 me ' 3 I if ,.,I Q. W.. 1. 'Nita Ufwfffbaffwy ,,4" the T Club and Junior Class was ended the compromise began with those two organ- izations splitting the profits of the all-school party After the bitter war between I Ulll' CHRISTINE FOSTER Business Manager Annual STAFF Appleton Hutto Aycock Sarchet Nelson H111 Rose, Wade Good w1n Leach Zeeck Orr, Boydstun Foster Cantrell Massey E Massey R Copeland Byrnes Braly B Flynt Braly B ll- ,.. idk " x MARILYN BOYDSTUN Edltor .......,.. I ------N umowu. l--- R SHCI XX Nh ..V.. The Tulia Chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools, organized during the 1951-1952 school year, has four objectives: to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the develop- ment of character in students of Tulia High School, The election of members to the chapter is by a council com- posed ofthe officers of the chapter, the principal, and ty sponsors, Types of membership are three-active fchosen at least six months before graduationj, honorary fchosen just previous to graduationj, and graduate fwho have no votej, At present the local chapter has an active membership of 28, Mary Ann Hill Vice President Garland Wade Treasurer Shirley Copeland Secretary 'vfg N11-'17' BOBBY GOODWIN President Nafin al Christine Foster Elouise Vaughn Roy McCasland Zack Pannell Marilyn Boydstun Bobbie Bl'a1Y ll MR, SAM T, BRYAN MISS MILDRED HULSEY MR, R,B, DAWSON Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor ffmvr 517 iffy Ouita Jefferson, Dolly Wilkins, Coralyn Hutson, I. Larry Nelson, Jimmie Brynes, Jack Cantrell, Jean Blackston, Cherry Reid, Dolores Hutto, Phillip Zeeck, Robert Aycock, Joe Don Leach. Jenny Appleton, Elizabeth Massey, Ozella Crawford, Herman Keahey. Juanelva Rose, Jimmie Tomlinson, Q5 gl-9' Che Horne! MARY ANN HILL, Editor One of the best series of Newspapers in yea pictured the whole staff Ringo Nelson W Madry Barnes and Blackston Below the printing and distributing THE HORNET 'af 62 MISS THEROL MOTLEY, Sponsor rs was printed this year by the T. H. S. Hornet Staff, Above we have allace, Dalluge, Wellborn, Embry, Sarchet, Byrnes, Hill, Burnett, staff at work: cutting stencils, gathering news, writing, typing, +4-is J 4 Wg.. , WM, Front row: McCasland, Rose, Reagan, Sammon, Hall, L, King, Swinburn, Bozeman, Keahey. Second row: Hutto Dyer, L, Smith, Jennings, A, McMurry, G, Goodwin, E, Massey, Dannecker, V. Liles, D. Smith, Bauer, Flynt, M, Dalluge, Vaughn. Third row: McAne11y, Sedgwick, McGavock, Wallace, Vars, Campbell, Clayton, Hooten, M. Liles, D, Simpson, Love, B, Goodwin, R. McMurry, Brown, Pearson. Copeland, E, Simpson, Brooks, R. Massey. Fourth row: Jackson, McDuff, Joy, Dowdy, Billington, Lewis, Leach, C, Dalluge, Boydstun, G, King, Measles, House, Turnipseed, Carr, Simmons, Hale, Dietrich, Chenoweth, Wade, Not pictured: Pruett, Shives. Glenn. Koucer Q l6'z114d JOE DON LEACH Winner of the Aarion Foundation Award President ROY MCCASLAND ': xg ,.t:.'zm.L.g:::w,w4s: ., v -..M ,, -.,., "..,2 'UM Sl . . . f ,.,,, MW. 5... ,Aflzzrffzing 1601144 in I i r ' ' 3' Drum MaJor ROY MCCASLA ND From left to right: Roy McCasland, Feature Twirler, Mary Jane Brown, Majorettes: Elizabeth Massey, Carol Swinburn, Gloria Goodwin, JoAnn McAnelly, --v-.3 ""lnnnn.. --4' "'4"-nuns: in W-vvum,m.., A .ef V if-Vfxw . gm , w Q t ,S , A , M. , yQ,,+ Af ,gf VH, . is NK -.., f 3 ,A - , , , 3 V, ,A 3 ' A ef 'w K ew-W - S' ' . - f ' 9- , 1: ' ga, - A 'A R mb -Nm M 'KX A wk Q N. N ,- . '-W N, H., x 1 M '3' Fix l -.4 Chespzau glllb Horlzontal Crawford Grantham Orr Boydstun Goodwm Sedgwwk Fosetr Braly Copeland Vemcal Bauer Hutto Leach Ilynt McCasland Wrlkxns Appleton Whrtsett Cantrell X fm K Mill Ill ff" 1 ' 4 - ! M K The Thespian Officers commit the "Perfect crime, " Secretary, Chris- tine Foster, President, Roy McCasland, Vice President, Shirley Cope- land, Treasurer, Bobby Goodwin, -. Q. 1 av x ff s The President proves to be very active in the field of dramatics, i TSNJN A whxixk we -it in . r ' Q At the initiation a new member points out the "Value of the Hole in a Doughnut" amidst the noise of the celery chewing from the obviously bored Thespians, 3 x X3 ,lax M r M Q Q , Ni + Q Q , , 2' A A :V ' 'i ,5- Qt! Betty Bogges, GY Shirl fry. Carol Be ll ZIBC H th Ru ie Bill tanaland, S 3HU Jo rnett, Bu HU eA cAnelly, Billi M ne lva Rose, Joann 8 Ju ght: ft to ri le p row, To wel Newby, Karen and, Je irkl aK ullins, The lm M I3 cond row: Ri Se ra Flynt, Barba ll, t Culwe Pa Culwell, Fay ve, Lo Sue a Nix, nds, Thelm Bo an Je sley, Bo CHCVH ill G H HH A FY Ma rawford aC ll Ze Appleton, O Lou nny Je rnes, By Smith, Dell Lorraine Marilyn Boydstun, Reagan, CHHQ G1 ope land , C Barbara Hicks, Teresa Melton, Mary Ellen Mon- Lois Hood, Amy Hudson, Peggy Rankin, Elouise Vaughn, SOH, lin e Tom i HHH Ii er, Chandl Lee lva SY Elizabeth Massey. Third row: Monette llage, Da artha M Goodwin, oria Gl ebb, W BHHH ick, Lo Sedgw Carolyn M Bogge uise Lo aly, Br Betty tandon, Goss, olyn BI lks, C Fu da Dowdy, Nel ris Do arson, ndra Pe Sa ner, rd Ga lis Mitchell, Jane Cobb, Phyl verly Ena McDuff, Be Jo uter, So Rena ndrus, A 6 1- ngfo La ssie Be noweth he ieC U1 33' w:M IO Botto m Simpson. Etta Sue Neta Franks, Hall, lerie Va Dalluge, G3 --1 a Kinder, Virgin Le FY 3 M id, Re herry C Lafon Berry, Ouita Dollie Wilkins, Charlotte Davidson, Dora Mae Caraway, Jean Blackston, Charlsye Pettiet Carol Swinburn, Bobbie Ann Braly, ing, K Latrella Massey, Ruthie ngs , i ley, Linda Jenn ad dith Br Ju Copeland, irley Sh Gatewood , Lu :ry Be ow, H na Bu OH D La Chism, la Lo rson, Jeffo Barbara Thornton, onn, hite, Yvonne Samm W ginia Vir ?ufure flomcmak vrs MRS W L WALKER SHIRLEY COPELAND SPOUSOI' Presrdent Y I W A Ruth Massey Sergeant at Arms Cherry Rerd Secretary Mary Ann l-hll Vrce Presrdent Sylva Lee Chandler Treasurer Barbara Flynt Song Leader Charlotte Wheeler l-lrstorran Jrrnmre Tomlrnson Parlrarnenrarrar' CarOlSw1nburn Sergeant at Arms Shrrley Copeland Presrdent L in If . ' 'N rin. f F4 .L , Y L 4 W, V ,A,,,, gg-1 .r,:. gage, he L L L K f ,U 1 A :Q .5 dt? 4 M A 4 A Lv IP 0 ? L ,A L Q f I ,vw ii i . s 4 wi l groltl Industrial Arts Class with Ag, Pickup MR, DAWSON MR. LEATHERS Back row: Joe Edd Burnett, President, Weldon McClurg, Secretary, Larry Pruett, Parliamentarian, Kenneth Billing ton, Teasurer, Harold Caraway, Reporter, Joe Wood Mote, Vice President, Larry Nelson, Third Vice President, Butch Bryan, Historian, Lester Boydstun, Song Leader, Jimmie Stout, Second Vice President, Charles Whitsett, Sentinel. I L? C M4 6? g 1 N , if we Q E . f. Q g W ff A LI Q o 1, 5 K 'Q A if, M N 'ff 'ff i g , X ' ' Q is ? X . Q it , kr ' 1 Q. f' X 1 XS Z H 5 Z ' 155. 6 -Ex A if Fan fi, ' W5 v G 3 Ii . ,Sgt ' 1 . OLE .4-Xi? X N Qt X LE DERSHVD Nmfpff W Hwang 4 ,060 Xi? X wx x N Ylgx n i L Rx .- .M m g ' X , if' '- A X-if 'W , E .Ir K CTY , X -I- xf Goss Thrrd row Stanaland Flynt Andrus Melton Iennrngs Krnder Hood Hall Poage McMurry Davrdson Byrnes Second row Crawford Stamps Stamps Gatevwood Cobb Gardener Smrth Srmpson Wallace Scott Frrst row Souter Montandon Rankrn Chrsum Burrow McDuff Slmpson Goodman f 0 'lik 'J I JIM BYRNES Irm Byrnes Presldent Ioan Stanaland Secretary MRS S C SCOTT Presldem Treasurer Trm Appleton V1ce Presrdent Mary SPOUSOF Krnder, Hrstorran, Rena Souter, Reporter, F p pf f f f S 0 ' ,1' l ,L L r . f . 3 X X i I 2 If W 3 P l y p p , r L Fourth row: Appleton, Cantrell, Bourland, Childress, Chisum, Glenn, Hooten, House, Love Grubb, Bell, Dennis 46 'L We - df lx 'W W- 11' ' vig. x 'Ax Joann Mcanelly Barbara Grantham Chrrstlne Foster Lee Ann Stamps Pauhne D1ckens Mahala Stamps Mary I Brown Elrzabeth Massey Wheeler Mary Nance Dolores Hutto Presrdent 'T- ITALITY FFORT PORTSMA NSHIP ERSONA LITY BILITY 'lk Rs . ZENDOLA YO S Es Lee Ann Stamps, Dolores Hutto, and Christine Foster ponsof are the ones who placed on the all tourney teams this year. They are holding the second place trophy won by the girls at the Amherst tournament, Ve ,va Three freshmen working hard for that letter ,flcfilf Tic OFFICERS Mary Jane Brown Reporter Barbara Grantham Vice President Dolores Hutto Presi dent Elizabeth Massey Secretary Treasurer Charlotte Wheeler Parliamentarian . - I 1 l I I 1 1 I 9 U D 7 N-1:11 wiv' any ll T Sarchet Nelson McAne1ly Ringo President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer BOUUCCI' Pannell, Luke, Bryan, Hamilton, Shives, Wade, Love, Dalluge, Gould, Hutson, Daniel, Schulte, Gales Jackson, Newby, Whitten, Caroway, Stevens, Daniels, A, Hamilton, Tucker, Kiker, Carlile, O'Daniel, dlrfivifies Garland and his Oh-h-h. You boys "racket. " Jump! Ringo ""l""'i'ifQ- Q Must've won the game Gosh, we miss this guy! ! 4? ms, ei? 121.43 5 I V QW Q yi I ,y t if ' ,ggi -U 'JH K Qi iifviy fflk, V . lik!" Alga e. .gf ' 5 iw Q1 fgf L' ,S fp. ' Y vi, ' ff 'f T a i?i ? 45 , 65 Q. -w A ? xxffiff A fm ' K' A ,gif 1 ' 1 1 il. 4q,,'gg ,. f12rQ2?f' Lu I ' if :,,ggQk?gqf1i nl A ' X! Spvrfs f Our opponents m sports become our fuends as we meet them from year to year an I 5 4' 5 2 si-'ff' ii7T5'fx 1 HQ We x , M, . I 1 SX my s MII' v Coach YOUNG f if SARCHET, PANNELL, NELSON Co-Captains -QB GALES SHIVES-CARAWAY Managers Coach CLARK if L as s BILLY MCANELLY Halfback ,A 0 Q 5 5 f 'f U , , 5 4 2 . 5 A .2 , 32' it ' ,QQ . .Qi 3 Q1 w 3 W ! A i , fi E 'AE ,ml - A- ,Hx f iw v . , iw kg , , v 5 ' g 4 EUGENE LOVE Halfback CARLOS NEWBY Haltfback BILLY TIMMONS Halfback WAYNE POTTER Halfback JAN TUCKER Quarterback ZACK PANNELL Fullback ,app DONALD EWING Halfback LESTER BOYDSTUN LONNY MITC HELL Center 5 Guard IVARS GALINS Halfback ,Q gb GARY SIMMONS Ta kle H Q, , 1 9 s JOE CLEAVER Halfback X ,.--.....,Mx X , ,, U M, JEFF CARLILE Quarterback 6, 1 , C HARLES SARC HET Center s f , ,,,,A ' ,V 'vw JON RAY WHITTEN Center Vi. 'm - n 1 n, x 't SHOT HUTSON Tackle ELLIOT POAGE Tackle ROBERT RINGO Guard 4, JIMMY NELSON Fullback JACKIE PHILLIPS Guard CHARLES HAMILTON En FRANK KIKER D 4' CLYDE DALLUGE Tackle HUBERT SCHULTE End DWANE LUKE Quarterback ROY JACKSON Guard E no' pw af, DOUGLAS O DAN EL End 1952 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Memphis Dumas Spur Muleshoe Denver City Tahoka Post Canyon Floydada Hereford There Here Here Here There Here There There Here There 5 W Q00 We l- fii. .,.. .- y wk GLORIA GOODWIN TU' 'Dv Attendants: Carol Swinburn, Lola Chisum, Dora Mae Caraway, Mary Montandon, Io Ann McAne11y, Barbara Flynt, Mary Ann Hill 2 COACH WALKER mm 'WIN star' fix V557 IAN TUCKER BUTCH BRYAN COACH YOUNG BOBO HA MILTON BUDDY DANIELS DWA NE LUKE ZACK PANNELL ROBERT RINGO BILL DANIELS .TC GALES E C GOODMAN KELLY ATCHLEY SHOT HUTSON it ROY JACKSON ix 'Y A wx AP-K MR COACH CL S' YOES GIRLS' BASKETBALL J f -Q -B DELORES HUTTO- C0-Captain BARBARA GRA NTHAM-C0-Captain li?2:.?:g 15:5- -..,L .T wi-.,,.,,, Q.. A-,W af., .QL ' ' x 'mn fr W-fL5m,,Q 4 Lf , 'L 52.0 . L wg ':fw,., - V N., .y I I s. A . 'A ..-J ag , 5 ff HMA nl ., sg W ,- F , Wwlffii 353 1 W W -1 S . .. V , ' . ef :T V e .3 ., K W 1, 3 K L 5 i , 3, A E 4, .5 A , gg 1 .uv . I f , ' . ' Q -rf. .. f r . V S K A 1 8 .4 yet been 1nst1lled wlth our 4' prejudlces and II 1S pleasmg to fmd two races of chxldren at play together, Slwwffdfy . - gs ? k , " ' 'K , ,Q . Q1 :gg " . ., L 5 L, Y-L e , W- YW-' P , Q 1 ' 1 N . 1' ,- 'f':f Q ' Q V. Q- I I 7 .N A . , if i 5 , ,Ji X A 1 'C' XR, ka ... fav ' tv "J, . -if 'VL1 v ' .1 A . 3' Q .gg -22 B' x X. yaculfy '- Fi .EQ 1 X I- ' l s , ' Yvvr 1. Q- c, GORDEN GATEWOOD LW. ADAMS Principal Supervisor 'F'-X 5.- 'Q' MRS, J,w, ADAMS MISS GRACE MRS. MARIORIE MRS. KATE CARSON MRS. OLA CLONTS Fifth Grade BEACHAM BREWER Sixth Grade First Grade Social Studies Fifth Grade MISS SUE DANLEY Girls' P. E. MRS. RAY DOUG Third Grade MISS CALLIE GUNTER Social Studies MISS BONNY HARDCASTLE Second Grade L-R -Q-x LAS MRS. LAWRENCE MRS. LIZZIE GARGIS MRS- GOP-DEN DRAKE Second Grade GATEWOOD Fourth Grade Fourth Grade an-A "" ,gn-vm -or MRS. BEULAH C,E, JOHNSON MRS. C.I, MASSEY HENDERSON Mathematics Sixth Grade Sixth Grade sfrrrff IM-I y Y lf 8' .WSIV 4155- MRS. BLANCHE COOK MRS. LJ. MEADOWS School Clerk School Nurse ll 'mx 9' Q A ,ful- Q ' if? MISS HELEN MRS. BEULAH MRS. KERMIT KERMIT MITCHELL MISS HARRIET MCCASLAND MCGLAUN MITCHELL Boys' P, E, NICHOLS Language AFT-5 Second Grade Fourth Grade Third Grade NPD-I f-E9 --.f I , S' MISS DONNA MRS. H.L, ROWELL MRS- CIW. ROSE MRS. CLAUDE MRS, A.L, SHAW O'DANIEL IR, First Grade SHELTON Fil-St Grade Second Grade Fourth Grade Third Grade i' MISS LENA MARIE MRS. ELBERT MRS. W.V. MRS. I. H. TURNEY MISS HAZEL SKEEN SWEATT SWINBURN Librarian WILLIAMS Arr Firsr Grade First Grade Special Education Y? -'is fm' 1- U Q"-1,2 llfifh xi' w. fn elim Null Mtn 015. inns it-01:4 Kenneth Aldridge Nolan Anderson Elizabeth Bartlett Troy Bates Charles Beck Berniece Beckman Texas Bennett Verlene Billington Evelyn Bonds Dale Bowers Amy Lou Brasher Edward Brooks .Eighth Grade Frances Bryan Harold Butler Glenn Caraway Billy Chandler Geneva Childress Jerry Danneker Annie Beth Drake Larry Drake Slglzfiz Grade Terry Harman Sue Harris Marie Hoggins Jean Hoodenpyle Rita Hooper Claudette Hutson Roger Hutson Royce Hutson Glenda Ewing David Finch Bobby Finley Jimmy Fowler Norman Freeman Gaye George Dwain Glenn Doris Goss Colleen Gragg Ann Grant Patsy Hamilton Gracelyn Hansen 'Cf' we-., ,,,..-avr' 'W in-.......,,, +-.1 177' fa. 'E' 1 'Q' PM f5 Q' Qs ft 'bs Q- tif 4:9 ffl!! '1""7 Xiglzflz Grade Jimmy Ketchum June Kirkland Forrest Lacey Irma Langford Billy Lankford Paula Mae Liles Barbara Love Carolyn Love Dennis Love Jennice Marks Gracie Lee Martin Diane McDonald ff Mary Montgomery Delia Murrell Betsy Musick Darrell Nelson Laquita Noble Patsy Nuzum Wilma Lou O'Daniel Billy Joe Oldfield Szghflz Grade Joann Vaughn Betty Ruth Watts Jerry Weaks Calvin Weiss Morris West Eddie Wilt Don Young Dorothy Young Jim Pettiet Joyce Pogue Peggy Purcell Fred Rankin Patsy Rice Sandra Rodden Jimmy Schooler Arthur Smith Jackie Srarnes Betty Lou Stone Charles Talley Dan Vaughn 'fr r 4-X il 5 Seventh Grad: Pat Adams Frances Berry Rose Mary Bewley Ann Blackard Geraldine Boggess Sue Bourland Melvin Bozeman Don Brooks Elaine Brown Lynda Cagle Robert Caraway Grant Carruth Mary Carter Glenda Chitty Ronnie Cleaver Violet Ann Cotten Paul Cox Margie Crosby Richard Dalluge Gilbert Davidsor Seventh Grade Katey Ellis Arnold Estes Johnny Eudey Sue Evans Gay Ferguson Carol Flippo Leon Foster Nelda Franks Monty Gardner Tom Garrison Donald Gales Lavada Grantham Io Ann Haile Jerry Hair Edith Herring Bobby Hicks James Hill Libbie Hill Tommy Hinkle Thelma Hinton if Jerry Hoodenpyle Connie Howard pu .af E? Sn' 'tl 1. Q Edmond Parsons Barbara Potter Seventh Grade Calvin Hunt David Hutto Claude Hyatt Jimmie Irwin Marilyn Jobe Clyde Johnson M. L. Johnson Patsy Johnson Carolyn Jones Charles Jones Virginia Kirby Faythe Love Jerry Love Dan McDaniel Carole Massey Don Morris Paul Murrell James Neill Delbert Newman Donald Nickel 5hmmaW'Qbuuk Carmen Pruett La Velda Rose Fern Ramsey Douglas Rodden Shirley Ruland Robert Russell Betty Lou Schulte Glendon Sewell Jerry Wayne Shannon Inette Shelton Patricia Sims Judy Sorrenson David Stamps Dwight Stevens Jerry Sturgess H, L. Talley J, R, Turnipseed Isaac Thompson Chris Ward Peggy Washington l X. 'S- ,p .11 ., x x'r. ' , .- .5-.'q 'ha X-I.. 3, , . .--"" "- .- .- nu ....4,,,qX ! ' Don White Donna Wilkins -.- 2 'lx 7'0- 1 gin. 47 61? 'Walk is .1 gt an fx w.-gr' Hu- 13? 1 L 9 'bfi --74' Sllfflz Grade A,C. Alexander Yvetta Appleton Thoran Avent Charles Aycock Flo Barnes Tommy Barnett Vance Bauer Ray Lynn Berry Selenda Billington Bobby Blackard Mary Lou Bonds Verna Mae Bone Sue Brooks Marilyn Bryan Norman Lynn Burk Carol Burns Carol Butler Gloria Camp Teddy Carruth Patricia Coe Janice Cowan Claudette Davis Judy Dawson Roy Dickens Sirffh Grade Millard Dodson Carl Dowdy Tommy Elliff Kay Evans Dennis Farris Glen Findley Jimmy Flowers Wayne Freeman Helen Gales Robert Gardner Linda Garner A.C. George Jerry Gibson Allen Glenn Alice Jean Goodman Tommy Goodman Bill Goodwin Jessie Grantham Carolyn Griffith Betty Harman Wayne Hartsell Glenda Holman Kenneth Hutson Marie Hutto 'T 'swo- M "5-v arf' 'fbi 71 Qs.: 65'- R' Q Ill' I ,ANT gr 45' S-vm Siifflz Grade Peggy Hutto Cullen Jennings Edna Lou Johnson W, O, Johnson Buck Allan Jones Larry Kitchens R, L. Little Olive Love Sherwood Love Charles Lumpkins Sandra Mabry James McDowell David Madura Jana Morris Thomas Mullins Mike Musick Charles Newman Dennis Nix Jimmy Nunn Patricia Pugh Judith Reddell Philip Roland Alvin Rose Calvin Shelton Suffh Grade Ruth Smith Noral Stamps James Statser Earline Teakell La Nelle Terrell Loretta Timmons Norma Thompson Jeanette Tucker Mayo Turnipseed Jay Vars Ed Vaughn Janet Vise Lynda Lu Waddill Bailey Ward Emily Ward Devorah Weiss Dora Faye Weiss Lora Jean Weiss Keith White Billy Whitten Nancy Shurbet Leta Simpson Corley Smith .r' Q1 N1 'Q R -vw' Q lb 'Uh 'U' fi I' K. 1 ' X I X FIFTH GRADE, SECTION C-MRS, LW, ADAMS FOURTH GRADE, SECTION A-MRS, GORDEN GATEWOOD '53 ' l Q iff we ' 1 rw. 2 ' ' 'V 0 -.": 5: i .-is rf'-i x , K ,g .N ffpgfi' gf! f . hz --Y--Lf' 42. W . sl' I 4 " 1' . - LHR, , ,V F ' wril +:txgQs'1l' Q Y fl tl 'Q' 'i T4 ' 5 , --Q QJJ- A P' 'X 3 ,t,, -5. .1075 k xngl! Vp' 'li H . ' ' n Ifati . Ag!" E w ,gQ2f1'5'2'f" . . . -A -.w-1' 9-wfd. 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