Tullahoma High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Tullahoma, TN)
- Class of 1951
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TULLAHOMA HIGH SCHCOL TULLAHOMA, TENNESSEE
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In publishing this I95l edition ot the annual, we,
ttie WILDCAT Statt are endeavoring to bring
or .exci in rnemorieso our ca Iydaysa .t-LS.
We the class ot 'EI dedicate this WILDCAT to
Superintendent R. E. Lee in appreciation ot his
guidance and unceasing encouragement through-
out our school years.
Ass stant Ed to
Mrs Henry Mr Pugh
Club Ed to
A stan! Cl b Ed to
Marne Cutlaw Bobby Ledford
Spo ts Ed to s
Lula Lee Verme Pless Helen Huffman Ruth Thomas
Head Typ st and Ass stanfs
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ssistant Snapshot Editor
Jolnn Wnnch Alone Finney
Musrc Editor, Treasurer
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DON PARKER .. President
ROBBIE NELL SPENCER Vice-President
ANN JONES Svcrctary
DOT USllI.'FON Treasurvr
ROGER ARNOLD Scfrgvant-al-Arnls
SE IOR CLASS
"Giro me the young girl who
nas enough brains to make u
fool of herse I."
Basketball '48, '49, '503 I-'netball
'48, '49, '50, '51g T Club '50, '51:
Recreation '51g Sgt.-at-Arms '5l:
Volunteer Boys State '50: Senior
"All great women die yOlA.7ly.
I'm beginning to feel sick,"
FH A. '48, '49: Secretary of
Class '49, Press Club '51,
"He that is slow to anger is
better than the mighty."
F,H.A, Club '51: Recreation Club
"I're had more trouble with my-
self than any other person 1
Band '48, '49: Beta Club '49, 50:
'513 Barrett-Browning Club '50,
'51: Press Club, '49, '50, '51, Busi-
ntss Manager of Echo, '51, Vol-
unteer Girls State '50, Football
Queen '51, Business Manager of
'Good things come in small
Band '48, '49, '50, '51: Glee Club
'50, '51: Debator's Cluh '4R:
Recreation Club '51: Hi-Y Club
'51: Drum Major 513 Snapshot
Editor of WILDCAT1 Senior Play,
'l.ii'e, learn, die and forget .t
Recreation Cfub '51,
Jr:'zoLYN RUTH BURT
"Help thyself, and God u-ill help
P,H.A, Club '511 Glee Club '48,
Transfer from East Nashville
Senior High '49, 50: Press Club
IRIS JUNE BUSH
"To err is human, but to forgive
FH.A. Club '51,
"lt is better to have loved and
lost than to hciue never loziecl
Bend '48, '49, '50, '51, Reporter
'51, F.H.A. '49, '50, '511 President
'50, Song Leader '51: Press Club
'50, '51: Club Editor of WiLncA1:
Wlio's Vllho 'Sli Art Club '491
Glee Club '49, '50: P.A.L,'s Club
'48, '49, '50, '51,
"We find in lije eraetly what ire
put into it."
Barrett-Browning Club '50, '5l:
Secretary of Barrett-Brownng
Club '51: Beta Club '49, '50, '5
I-THA. Club '48, '49, Press Club
'50, '5l3 Assistant Editor of Echo
51: Treasurer of XVILDCAT '51,
"To lC7lOll' islnothing at all. to
imagine is everythzngf'
F,H.A, '48, '493 P.A.L.'s '49, '502
Basketball '49: Press Club '51:
Glee Club '51,
'tl-Eight is never wrong rarcept at
a lejthand intersectimf'
Football Club '471 Tcnns Cub
-172 Football '47, '48, '49, 'SOI
Alt. Football Captain '49' Foot-
ball Captain '503 Basketball '48,
'49, '501 Baseball '49, T Club '50g
Hi-Y Club '50: President of Stu-
dent Council '50: All CTC '50,
"Respect is what you mfr", lo:"'
is what you ova."
FH,A. '50, '5l' Song l.0f'Cl'l'I
Glef' Club '50, '51,
"They say all men come and go
but not if I can help it."
Beta Club '49, '50, '5l: Recreatzr n
Club-i515 Assistant Typist Wll.lJ-
FAT D .
"The most useless day of all is
that in which we have not
F.H.A. '49: Press Club '49. '50
51: Volunteer Girls' State 50.
Basketball '5l2 Wlio's Who: Sec-
retary of Senior Class: Attendant
lo Football Queen '50: Senior
"Fortune may have yet a better
success in reserve for you. and
they who lose to-day may ufin
F,H.A. Club '48, '49, '50, '51:
Recreation Club '51,
"To shou- anger is to .admit that
one feels superior."
Art Club, '481 Library Club, '50,
"My interest is in the futizrc
because I am going to spend the
rest of my life there,"
'1' Club '5l: Recreation Club '5l:
Hi-Y Club '5lZ Football '48, '49,
"Why take life seriously, you'll
never get out of it alive, any-
FHA. '48, '49. '50. '5lg Recrea-
tion Club '5l.
"Confessions may be good yor
the soul but they are bad for
Debate Club '-48: Recreation Club
"I was born no gintlcnianf'
Art Club '48: Math Club ?0:
Annual Staff '50: Basketball '49.
50: Captain '5O: Senior Play,
"1t's better to know nothing
than half-know many thfngsf'
P.A.L,'s Club '50, '51: Band '50.
.111 Majorette '50. '513 Glee Club
'48. '49: T Club '51: Who's Who
51: Basketball '48, '49, '50, '51.
"My glass is large, so I'll drink
from my own."
T Club '50: President of Hi-Y
'503 Boys' State 503 Football '48.
'49, '50: Basketball '48, '49. '50.
'511 Baseball '49. '50, '51: Who':s
BOBBIE LEE OLDFIELD
'All men come and go, but not
if 1 can help it."
Clieerleadei' '5l: F.H.A. 491
PA,L,'s '49. '50: President '50:
Secretary and Treasurer '51: As-
sistant Snapshot Editor Of WILD-
CATS Wh0's Who '51,
"Better to wear out than to rust
WVILDCAT 51: Whos Who '51,
"There is no u'ar bilwecn thi'
old and new: the conflict 's lv-
tween the false and tru:-."
P,A.L.'s '48: Band '48. '49 '50s
Glee C'ub '48. '49. '50: F.H.A.
Club '48: Press Club '48, 49, '50.
51: Volunteer Girls' Stwte 4501
Head Typist of WILDCAT.
"Buy the truth, and sell It not,"
Recreation Club '51: Library
"It is bett2r to learn late than
Glee Club '50. '513 Future Home-
makers of America '50, '51.
"Absence makes the hcart grou-
Band '48. '49, '50: Glee Club '48,
49: F.H.A, '48. '49: Basketball
'50. '51: Captain '51: Press Club
'51: Girls Sport Editor of WILD-
CATQ T Club '51,
"All work and no p'ay makes
jack fnzoney that ist"
Hi-Y Club '50, '51: Boys' State
'50: Football '51: Cheerleader '50g
Senior Class President.
VERNIP1 LEE Pi,i-:ss
"The loss which is unknown is
no loss at all."
Band '49. '50: Glee Club '48. '49.
'501 P.A.L.'S Sgt.-at-Arms '481
WILDCAT Staff, Assistant Typist
51: Press Club '49. '50. '51,
"There's time for all things."
Recreation Club '51.
"To be, rather than to seem."
F.H.A. '48, '493 Press Club '50,
'513 Echo Staff '511 Feature Edi-
tor '511 Head Typist '51: At-
tendant to Football Queen '511
WILDCA1' Staff, Assistant Feature
"I count myself in nothing else
so happy as in a soul, remember-
ing my good friends."
Band '48, '49, '50, '51: Glee Club
'49, '50: F.H.A. '48, '49, '50. '51:
Vice-President '511 Basketball
'49, '50. '51: Co-Captain '51,
"Life is short and so mn I."
Recreation Club '51: Library
Service Club '51.
"There is only one thing to re-
gret in life, and that is not hau-
ing lived it to its fullest."
Transferred Student from Pell
City. Alabama: Who's Who '50.
'51: Annual Staff '50. '51g Recrea-
tion Club '5O. '51.
"Do only what you can't get out
Recreation Club '50. '51, Football
'49g Basketball '49,
"If at first you don't succeed:
try, try again."
Football '48, '49, '50, '5l1 Basket-
"Do only what you can't get out
Recreation Club '50, '51,
"To say well is good, to do well
FHA. 48. '49. '50. '5l: Press
Club 50, '511 Echo Staff '5l: News
Editor '513 WIEDCAT Staff. Feature
ROBBIE NELL SPI-:NCER
"Too much of anything is too
much for me."
Cheerleader '48, '49, '50, '51g
Captain '51: Beta Club '49, '50,
X113 Press Club '51: F.H.A. '48,
'49: Glee Club '49, '51: Vice-Pres-
:dent Of Class '51: Attendant to
Football Queen '49: WhO's Who
'51: Senior Play.
"I was shipwrecked before I
ever got aboard."
Band '49, '50, '513 Glee Club '48,
'49, 50, '51: P.A.L,'s '49, '50, '5l:
Vice-President, Junior Class:
President of P,A.L.'s: Secretary
:md Treasurer of '51 Band: As-
sistant Basketball Manager '51:
WILDCAT Typistg WhO's Who:
'AI haue everything, yet have
nothing: and although I possess
nothing, still of nothing am 1
Transfer from Western High
School, Detroit, Michigan, As-
sistant Feature Editor Of Echo
'503 Editor of Echo '51: Barrett-
Browning Club '51,
'Greater love hath no man than
this, that a man lay down his life
for his friends."
Library Club '50, '51,
"When one is dead, it is yor a
Band '48. '491 Debate Club '481
Hi-Y Club '51: Assistant Editor
gi WILDCAT: WhO's Who: Senior
"Laugh and the irorld laughs
with you: weep and you ireep
Fil-LA. '48, '49, Glee Club '49.
'Sli Press Club '49, '50, '51,
"You may as irell e.1'1:ect pears
from an elm."
Transfer from Detroit, Michigang
PzLlI'I'Qt1-Bl'0VVl1IY'lLl '5l1 Library
Club '50, '51g Annual Staff.
"Success lies in cans, not in
F.H,A. '48, '49: Glee Club '40,
'51: Treasurer Beta Club '49, '50,
'511 President '51: Class Treas-
urer '50, '51: Press Club '49,
50, '51: Cheerleader '51: Who's
Who '51g D.A,R, '51: Senior Play.
"Some think the world is made
for fun and froliu. and so do I."
F.H.A. '48, '49: Glee Club '5l3
Press Club '48, '49, '51: P,A.L,'s
'51: Basketball Manager '51,
"Why be sour when it takes no
more energy to be street,"
Recreation Club '5l: Glee Club
We have medtczne to make
1 omcn speak but none to keep
Editor in Chief WILDCAT
Class President :10 Press Club
4 50 51 FHA 48 I-Lstorian
e a ub 49
Prownmg Club 50 51 President
51 Basketbal 49 50 51 G1 e
Plub 49 Wh s Wl 1 Senioi
If music be the song of love
'lransfer from Oklahoma City
High School Glee Club 51
President of Glee Cl
Wn.ncA'r Staff Music Editor
We the 51 Seniors started our career at T H S in the fall of 47 with an
enrollment of ninety two After the first few weeks of adjustment we
were accepted and found that we vxould be expected to enter into all
activities with eagerness and enthusiasm We strutted with pride when two
of us became cheerleaders and many of us were in the Band and Glee Club
ln our Sophomore year three cheerleaders represented us and several of us
were members of the Beta Club Press Club and Home Ec Club
With four girls as officers during our Junior year we proved a very success
ful class. We produced three football players three starters on the girls
basketball team and two first team boys basketball players. We had two
maiorettes and two cheerleaders.
We concluded our Junior year with the Junior-Senior Banquet which will
surely remain in the hearts of all of us.
As Seniors we made a record which surpassed all previous classes in our
magazine sales campaign. We furnished the football team with five players.
Five girls and three boys played on the basketball teams.
lt is with awe and great expectations that we await graduation. Although
we will no longer sit in the T. H. S. classrooms, nor will our footsteps echo
in her halls, our hearts and spirits will dwell forever within her learned
May 6 1961
I have Just returned from a trlp around the world and
thought you would l1ke to hear about all our 1951 class
mates that I saw
It was four months ago today that I started off I got
up early and prepared my breakfast I went out on the
porch to get the mllk just as Charles Broadrlck now head
of Tullahoma Pure Mllk Company was leavlng lt
After breakfast I Hmshed packlng and called a cab to
take me to the tram statlon It surprlsed me to see Bxll
Plrtle drnve up for me On the way to the statxon he
sand that he and Jerry Ledford were the present owners of
the Yellow Cab Company
After I was on the tram the conductor came and I
noticed that he was non other than Ralph Shexd I plcked
up the paoer and accordlng to the headlmes Ann W1ll1s
Champlon Wrestler was breaklng all records of women
After my arrxval n Nashvxlle I rode a bus to the a1r
port As the bus stopped for a red lxght I not1ced Robbxe
Nell Spencers plcture pamted on the slde of a truck
It got nearer I could read the words wrxtten above her
prcture Its a Lucky Strxke for me
It was one hour after I arrived at the axrport before the
plane was scheduled to leave Frank Sanders the pllot
of the plane told me that Ruth Thomas was now marrled
and llvmg there ln Nashvllle I went and called her on the
phone but we could not hear each other above her ch1l
drens screams so we had to hang up Honestly there
must have been a dozen of them
It was then tlme for my plane to leave and my next
stop was Washlngton D C President B1lly Parker asked
me to come by the Whxte House and was I shocked to
m et Flora Tipton as a first lady I could hear smglng
coming from another room and Bllly explained that John
Wmch had come to Washington to slng at a concert and
was staymg at the Whlte House to save a hotel blll
that I would first go to see Charles Seward vs Joe Louls
J Charles had became a great boxer thanks to hxs
never t1r1ng manager Robert Grlllam I talked to Robert
and he saxd that on one of h1s and Charles expedltlons
to West Pomt he learned that V1rg1n1a Lowhorn was
coachlng the boys basketball team He sald that slnce
she could not decxde whlch she l1ked better boys or
basketball she just compromised
After the flght lt was such a beautlful nlght that I de
clded to walk to the alroort On the way there I met Ruth
Vaughn who was st1ll on her way to the top tof the scalesj
I arrlved 1n New York around mldnlght so I spent the
remaxnder of the mght at the Ramsey Hotel When
Carolyn learned that I was there she lIIS1St8d that I make
my home there whlle ln New York
Flora had told me that her twm slster Glorxa Tlpton
was now edltor of Look Magazme so I declded to call her
and see how she was domg She Sald that she had not
I went out and walked down the street to catch a bus
As I walked along I not1ced the followmg words wrltten
over a store Rogers Dog gone Store I could not re
slst xnqulrmg about the odd sign so I went ln There I
met none other than Roger Arnold He explalned to me
that he plcked up every stray dog over the cxty and
anyone who had lost hrs dog came there to look for It
I went on down to the corner and caught a bus I was
vsatchmg people get 1n when I saw Audrey Fulton pushed
1n Someone stepped on her foot and she was so angry
that she started to scream A man pomted to a slgn ln
the front of the bus that sald Keep your temper no
one else wants It I dxd not get to talk to her because
she was so angry that she got off the bus at the next stop
As we ment on down the street I not1ced a large
theater vuth Kay Collms plcture out ln front Over lt
was wrltten Tapdanclng Queen I got off the bus and
went m to talk w1th her She was st1ll the same old Kay
always havxng a good tlme She sald that Betty Jackson
des1gned and made all her costumes as well as the
costumes for some of the Hollywood Studlos
After I left Kay I went to my hotel packed my clothes
and left for Parls France As we landed at the alrport
I learned that Don Parker now owned rt I looked around
the arrnort untll I found h1m to ask about any of our old
classmates that he knew He told me that Bobble Lee Old
fi ld Opal Holt and D1ane Seward were now models for
a French artist He was glad to hear about the ones I had
seen on my way there I borrowed one of Dons cars
for the next two weeks so I could look over Pans
One day as I was rldmg around I saw the former
outta th1s and outta that gurl Janet Ford I stopped
and talked to her She sald that she had marrled a French
mllllonaxre and would never have to borrow penclls
fountam oens or paper anymore I thought that after
such a shock as that I had better leave Parls so I nm
m-edlately took a olane for Norway
Frances Hall had heard that I was comlng there so she
met me at the alrport She sand that she Helen Murray
and Corlnne Bush had come there to enter a skung
contest They sand that they learned how whnle hurrylng
from the school to the gym on snowy phys1cal educatxon
days Wh1le I was there I heard that Dot Ward and Betty
Shelton were learning to 1ce skate I went out to watch
them one day and they sald that figure skatmg was
qulte sxmple after weavmg down through the halls of
T H S
After a wonderful t1me 1n Norway I took a shlo for
Brazll I soon learned that Jlmmy Ward was captaln of
the shzp As I was talkmg w1th hlm he Sald that he wanted
me to meet the Tallulah Bankhead and Bob Hope of 61
I turned around and was surprxsed to see Ann Jones and
Bob Holt They were now tourlng the world They sald
as they came through Chrcago they not1ced two attractive
stores run by Betty Campbell and Marle Outlaw Bettys
motto was Betty knows what to buy ln clothes Next
door Marle s motto was If you can t see Just ask Marie
It seems l1ke thev were workmg together They saxd that
they stopped ln to talk to them and found Marle fitting
from France and had strained his eyes looking at the
French bathlng sults
We soon landed ln R10 de Janexro and I heard that
Carmen Mlranda was plannmg to perform ln a few days
When I went to see her It was at a large nlght club owned
by Bobby Ledford I esoecnlly enjoyed the dance because
Carol Taylor Lxla Lee and Alona Finney had Just Jolned
After my stay there I took a plane up to Cuba One of
the first thxngs I not1ced was a large sugar plantatlon The
names on the mall box were Ruth Burt Martha Brown
and Vernle Lee Pless Inc I immediately went rn They
told me that they were I'dlSlI1g sugar cane ln memory of
all the sweet teachers that they had had m hugh school
I thought that after that I had better leave so I caught a
plane for Mlaml Florlda
I got a room ln a summer resort run by James Enos I
talked w1th h1m and he said that Allce Morgan Nancy Rol
man and Erlene Wxlllams were now out on the beach
He sald that they were there on a vacatlon from thexr
work 1n St Louls I dxdnt stay there long because I was
tlred and homeslck
I took a plane back to Chattanooga I caught a bus to
the tram statzon and by a happy coxncldence June Bush
was on the bus She sald that she was now a Commerclal
teacher there She also sald that Helen Huffman now
owned the Read House Hotel
I got on the tram and arrxved 1n Tullahoma around five
o clock ln the afternoon I had seen all my former class
mates except one Dorothy Uselton As I was thlnkmg
of her she drove up and offered me a ride home On the
way she saxd that she was now owner of a cham of grocery
stores She let me out at home and though I was glad
to see all my former classmates I was even happler to
I hope you llke to llve m Calnfornla and I wlll be lookmg
forward to seemg you soon
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As I left the White House to go to New York, I decided glasses on Charles 1Speedy1 Morris who had just returned
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MARTHA WADE JANETTE SPURLOCK WANDA MONTGOMERY KATHERINE SUMMERS
Pres1dent Vzce Presldent Secretary Treasurer
MARY I PUGH
BENNIE C LEDBETTER
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BI-VITY MAJORS WALLER
ERIP SOESBE CHARLES FAGG VELMA GRANT JEAN HAGEWOOD
President Vice-Prcsidrfnt Secretary Treasurer
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KATHERINE SEALS, AUDREY FULTON, ROGER ARNOLD.
BILLY JOE FINNEY, JUNIOR TUCKI-QR. CLIFFORD MC-
DANIEL, JIMMY NEILSON, THEODORE HAIN1, GLENDON
GATTIS, JAMES AUSTELL, IVIARII-I NICI!OI.S.
GORDON JONES, BOD OWENS. JON HARRIS, JERRY
GARNER, JEAN HIXCSPIWOOD, JACK FOSTER, ROBERT
ROGERS, ANDY PURCHLI., CHARLES PITTS, FRANK SAN-
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JACKIE PROSSIR WINNIE KNIIHI BITII TIPPS ROL
LCRINI CxNIP III JOYCE SHLITON HI-IEN BROAD
RICK CHARII-S BROADRICK
CORINI BLSH RAIIH SHIID ROBLU1 I-IOI CAQOI
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Svc-rotary ALONA FINNRY AYRTLS.
Treasurer WANDA MoNTGo1v1r:RY
Sponsor NIRS. HENRY BURCHTQTT
LIBRARY SERVICE CLUB
Officers and Sponsor Other Members
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Officers and Sponsor Other Members
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JEAN CARROLL SHIRILY WELCH SUE WILHOITI-
DIANE SEWARD HELEN MURRAY JANET HAL1
DOROTHY JARED RUTH CLUNI-'RIUS JOHNNIE KEL
LAR, JEAN CHISAM MARIE NICHOLS ODA BUCKNER
JANE LEDEORD NAINCY MILLIGAN JACKIE REED
RUTH LYLES RUBY SMITH BETTY TIPPS JANE
BROOKS EDITH FRANKI IN FAY GAILIGAN ELIZA
BETH HARRIS JUNE BUSH BETTY RICHARDS HELEN
BROADRICK ANNITTI EATON JOYCI SHHTON ROE
BAKIR NANCY ROLMAN CORINI BU'-,H DEAN
STONE WVIARJORIF ANDERTOX JEAN SMITH JOAN
SMITH DONNA WINCH OPA1 I-IOLT BETTY JACK
SOIN AUDRFY FULTON MAPY FPANCES MCEWI-N
MARJORIE VVOODARD EDNA FIETCHER VELMA
GRANT GLENDON KENNEDY JACKIE PROSSI-R HELEN
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ANN JONES, RUTH BURT, RIICKEY JACKSON, VERNIE
LEE PLESS, JEANNE CARROLL, ELIZABETH SPENCE, BOB
OWENS, WAYNE PYLE, CHARLIE MARSHALL, JIMMY
STUBBLEFIELD, MARTHA BROWN, CAROL TAYLOR, LILA
LEE, JOHN WINCH, DOT USELTON, CHARLES FAGG, BILL
PIRTLE, CLAUDETTE GARDNER, JANETTE FORD, MARIE
OUTLAW, JON HARRIS, GLYNDON KENNEDY, WINNIE
KNIGHT, BARBARA WILLIS, ROBBIE POTTER, JEAN
HAGEVVOOD, JIIVIMY HAINIMERS, RUTH THOMAS, WAYNE
POWELL, KAY COLLINS, ANN WILLIS, JERRY GARNER,
ROBBIE SPENCER, WILLIAM POWELL, FRANCES HALL,
AND DOT WARD.
Staff and Sponsors
Editor, GLORIA TIPTON: Assistant Editor, ALONA
FINNEYQ News Editor, FRANCES SPENCER, Sports
Editor, ERIC SOESBE, Feature Editor and Head
Typist, ELWANDA SAWYERQ Business Manager.
BETTYE CAMPBELL, Assistant Business Man-
ager, VICTOR SHAHANQ Assistant Business Man-
ager, CHARLEY MARSHALL: Sponsors, MISS
LORINE WEBB AND MRS. LOIS SPITZERI
Officers and Sponsor
Preszdent GERALD ALLEN
Secretary Treasurer VIRGINIA LOWHORN
Sponsor COACH THOMAS
ROGER ARNOLD GERALD ALLEN VIRGINIA LOW
HORN ERIC SOESBE T MOTLOW BILLY JOE FINNI-:Y
SHIRLEY WELCH JAMES PETTY BUDDY WARD BEV
ERLY LITTLE ALICE ARNOLD ANN DAMRON JACK
COOK HAROLD YATES JOHN OUTLAW RICHARD
MARTIN LEROY LEECH CHARLES MORRIS AND BUCK
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Vzce Preszdent BOBBY BRINKLEY
Secretary and Treasurer LARRY OVERMAN
Sponsor COACH MCCLURE
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LEROY LEECH BOBBY BRINKLEY, CHARLES MORRIS
LARRY OVERMAN, BUDDY OUTLAW, TED SANDERS
RALPH HOLDEN BILLY JOE FINNEY ROGER ARNOLD,
ROBERT GILLIAM JOHN BELL, JIMMY LUTTRELL
JIMMY WARD, JAMES AUSTELL, JAMES ENOS,
GLENDON GATTIS, JIMMY THOMPSON JACK COOK,
SOUTHERLAND BUDDY WARD, ANDY PURCELL, DON
ALD FANNING, J B CARTER, JOHN TUCKER, HAROLD
YATES, ROBERT HOLT DON PARKER, BOBBY HALL,
HAROLD CROCKETT BOYD GENTRY, BOBBY BRASIER
TRENTON ASH, LARRY MILLS, THEODORE HAM
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LARRY MILLS ALONA FINNLY ROBBIL SPLNCLR
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SUMMLRS WANDA MONTGOMLQY ANN WILLIS
MARTHA WADE BI-:TTY AYRLS, BARBARA KENNI-Da
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Secretary-Treasurer DOT USELTON
RUTH CLUVERIUS, JUANITA BAKER, ERLENE WIL-
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Tullahmna 34 McMinnville
Tullahoma 17 Manchester
Tullahamzr 37 Shelbyville
Tullahomu 2.5 Woodbury
Tullahomzr 31 MclNIinnville
Tullahfmmu 58 St. Andrews
Tullahoma 41 Flintville
Tullahomu 34 Shelbyville
Tullahoma 44 Wooclbury
Tullahoma 33 Huntland
Tullahoma 31 Winchester
Tullahomu 47 Lynchburg
Tullahomir 23 Huntland
Tullahozna 36 St. Andrews
Tullahomu 34 Manchester
TL1llZll10IT121 51 Lynchburg
Tulluhclma 34 Flintville
Tullahoma 27 Huntland
Coaches and Managers
COACH THONTAS, GORDON JONES, COACH PUCH
Standing, Left to right: Coach PUGH, Captain BOBBY LEDFORD. RALPH HOLDEN, CHARLES MORRIS. RICHARD
NIARTIN, RICHARD FARRIS. GORDON JONES. Kneeling: CHARLES FAGG, ERIC SOESBE, JOHN OUTLAW. LARRY
OX'ERMAN, LARRY MILLS,
1951 Team and Coach
Flrst Row SPLI-DY MORRIS KILITH MYRICK RICH
ARD FARRIS RICHARD MARTIN GERALD ALLEN
HAROLD YATPS .Srcond Rott JIM ABPRNATHY
PAI PH HOLDIN. ERIC SOEsBr BOBBY BRINKLEY
LARRY ONERMAN JIMMY HAMMLRS Thzrd Row
COACH JACK THOMAS CLIFFORD MCDANIILL LARRY
NIIILS JIMMY JOHvsOv BOBBY Owsws GORDON
Jorxrs BUDDY OUTLAXK
Although there are but a small number Of the last wears team left for the flfty one team the base
ball team IS lookmg forward to the sports thrrll of the commg season For the past years Coach
Thomas has produced a baseball team whrth drsplaxed sportsmanshrp along wrth skrll and endurance
lhe nmeteerr frltv pl ryers prox ed therr abllrty as a baseball team and Won the Curtral Tennessee Con
ferenct trophw rn Baseball Wrth great mxretv th pl ryer an art the tomrrrg season for one Ol' Amerr
trs greatest loved sports Brseball
ROBBIE NELL SPENCER
BQBBIE Lfifl OI.DFIEI.D
JOIINNIE C. KELLER
Robbie Nell Spencer
Jummy Ray Ward
BEST SFHOOL SPIRIT
AND PRINCESS OF PERSONALITY
BEST ALL ROUND
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Johnny Wsidcai James Enos
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PARRIS SHOE STORE
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CLAYTON AND COMPANY
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JOHNSONS DRY CLEANERS
CITY PRODUCE COMPANY
STERLING VARIETY STORE
HOTEL PEP STATION
PURE OIL PRODUCTS
GENERAL AUTO SUPPLY
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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CORBETTS CLOTH IERS
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Tullahoma Phone 3725
QUEEN CITY PHARMACY
MOORE S CAFE
New Winchester Hxghvxay
THURMAN J DAVIS
Complete Insurunce Serine
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TAYLOR S PHARMACY
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STOCKTON MOTOR CO
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Body and Fender Work
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MITCHELL BEAUTY SALON
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Fresh Aleats- e etables
Tbn ood Shell Oil ealer
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Tullahoma, Tennesf Phone 2557
Best Wfishes lo Senior
Compliments of C1455 gf '51
arm, ' ennessee
DICHER N STUDIOS
Gunter Building Shclby llle fenn
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THE OUTLET STORE
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