Tullahoma High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Tullahoma, TN)

 - Class of 1955

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' i . 5 . , : V R Q rib NAK KJ t . xv ,K N ' U ix XXV, ' A ' J X Q Q ' , M' Y , NL 4 X OI'QWOf Q is-W5 R E LEE BS Supermtendent ToM GARRISON AB MA MED Prmczpal Th1s ed1t1on of the WILDCAT 1S brought to you by the 55 Semors of Tullahoma Semor Hlgh We are endeav orlng to make these pages a cherlshed memory for each of you Through thrs book We hope that you may look back 1r1 later years to your hfe here m Tulla homa Semor H1gh School and recapture some of the old Joys and acquamtances that were known E cfzcatzon For her undymg Wlll1l'1gI'16SS to help the students Wlth the1r many problems both great and small for her co all the school act1v1t1es IH her one hundred and fifty one years of teachmg We the WILDCAT staff on behalf of the Semor Class dEd1C3te th1s annual to MISS Lorxne Webb o o operation with the facultyg for her interest and support in ,rf RTLE BU ,Q wr From left to rzght MRS MY RCHETT 'UQ- Y Q? Q X-.ff ,Jie J,-nr ga M! Lzbranan JAMES E CLARK Band Dzrector W C COOPER Health and Physzcal Educatzon MRS CLARA L GARRISON AB MA Englzsh and Latm RICHARD HA WKINS BS MA Hzstory and Economics MRS EBBA MARSHALL Home Eccmomzcs MRS BLANCHE M CCLURE Commerczal -v .L A - ff . P acuity CREED MCCLURE B.S., M.A. Coach and Science Miss MARTHA MCCOLLOCH B.S. Health and Physical Education FLOYD SMITH B.S. Industrial Arts Miss FRANCES STUBBLEFIELD B.S., M.A. Mathematics MRS. ANN TIPPS B.S. Mathematics and Science Miss LORINE WEBB E.A., M.A. English MRS. BOBBIE SUE WELCH A.B. English and French sci- a s 'X I so X 1.3 , .W , ws,..-1 dxf A . - .1 -. , - , uv: F M - W 4 F ' 5 .-1,3713 Qt, vlvyn .v!i-P sg - X- . Q 23? ' as 2, 3 Q R. -f'ff+f1 E' 'Q' f H' A rg WW X Iaegubl fn me H vm. " E X esgmfa Qfgod old d - Se , Sys P 1 Q 3 no fu K ik Pretty carp isn't it Joe? X Dug that mtellageni look! fm yy' AW QW W w OO! - '-X xg. X W- ai S! A 'T A. Q KZ? '11 Y gy X QW 1' A i9 5 1188 A f??5 A A 'Y - A 17- J 'jikl Y Srry Lew, S 53118 G!Cl.S'.S'Q.S' ! enlor Gfass W J .4 ull" ' Ygks X 5 . m JO , EN President HN PARISH 5 I W L. ' I n , V 1.66-Pre . - Sldent , I . BAKER., Secretary CAROL WQNCH. TFGGSUIGV JUANITA STEPHENS, Reporter M SENIOR W L ALLEN I complamed about havzng no shoes untzl I met a man that had no feet Class presldent 53 54 55 Rec reat1on Club 53 55 H1 Y Club 53 55 Dramatlc Club 55 In dustrlal Arts Club 53 54 Presx dent 54 Football 53 55 Cap tam 55 Baseball 53 55 Bas ketball 53 54 Manager Volunteer Boys State 54 Foot ba All CTC 55 All 1d State 55 Honorable Ment1on All State 55 SUE ARNOLD A hard begmnmg makes a good endmg FHA 53 Glee Club 54 55 L brary Club 55 SHIRLEY BALLARD It zs better to have a httle than nothing at all Transferred from Memph1s Ten nessee xn 53 Glee Club 53 F H A 53 55 Secretary Club RUTH ANN BECK Do you know I am a woman? When I thmk I must speak FHA 53 54 Recreatlon 53 55 Glee Club 54 PATSY BONNER The mcest gzfts come zn the smallest packages Basketball 53 55 Llb C1 b 53 55 Recreatxon C1uxgir553 551 CLASS CHARLES ARMSTRONG one knows what he can do tzll he tnes Science Club 53 54 Industrlal Arts Club 53 54 Internatlonal Relauons Club 54 55 Recrea tlon Club 53 55 MARTHA BAKER Wzth a song zn my heart Band 53 55 Glee Club 53 brary Club 53 Beta Club 55 Barrett Brownmg Club JIMMY BANKS My curly haw dzdn t come from the beauty shop at was a pe'r manent gzft from Mom and Pop Industrlal Arts Club 53 Foot ball 53 Basketball 53 55 Base ba 53 5 Dramatlc Club 54 55 Pres1dent 55 Glee Club 53 55 Student Councll 55 Vol unteer Boys State 54 H1 Y Club 55 Annual Staff 55 SHIRLEY BENNETT Nothmg zs zmposstble to a wzll mg heart FHA 53 Glee Club 55 L1 brary Club 55 RONALD BOYL1-:s Nothmg great was ever achzeved without enthusiasm Transferred f r o m Sprmgdeld Tennessee 54 H1 Y Club 55 Football 54 55 SENIOR PEGGY BRITT To handle yourself use your head to handle others use your heart All State Band 54 Dramatic Club 53 55 Band 53 55 Can cert Mlstress 54 Recreatlon Club 53 Press Club 53 Glee Club 53 55 Reporter Beta Club 54 55 Secretary 55 Annual Staff 55 CHARLOTTE SHORT BROWN Eat drmk and be merry for tomorrow you may dte Llbrary Club 53 Recreatxon Club 53 55 BOB BURT Lzfe zs a jest and all thmgs show zt I thought so once but now I know zt Basketball 53 Band 53 55 Rec xeatlon Club 53 Sclence Club 54 Secretary 54 Industrlal Arts Club 53 Beta Club 55 Annual Staff 55 Glee Club 54 55 Preszdent 55 H1Y Club 55 Football 53 ANN CAMPBELL The most useless day of all IS that ln whzch we dzd not laugh FHA 53 54 Recreatxon 53 Glee Club 53 55 Hobby Club DONNA JEAN COLLINS Do as you please as long as you please to do rzght Transferred f 1' o m Shelbyvxlle Tennessee 53 Glee Club 53 54 L1brary Club 53- 54. CLASS ETTY Jo BROADRICK Llfe zs a game that must be played FHA 53 Lxbrary Club 54 55 Barrett Brownmg Club 55 Bas etball 53 55 DONALD BURDEN Eat drznk and be merry for tomorrow you may get marrzed Glee Club 53 55 Dramatic Club 04 55 Chalrman 55 Industrlal Arts 53 Baseball 53 55 Rec reatlon Club 55 JOYCE BYROM lj one hath fnends one must show oneself frzendly Recreation Club 53 54 FHA 53 55 Secretary 55 SHELBY CATES I never wrzt nor no man never loved Transferred from Harvey Il l1no1s 55 LLOYD Cox It 1s not enough to do good One must do lt the right way V1ce Presldent of Sophomore Class 53 Industrlal Arts Club 53 54 Vxce Presxdent of .Tumor Class 54 Volunteer Boys State 54 Glee Club 54 55 Beta lub 54 presldent ' Editor-in-chief of annual- 55. SENIOR JERRY DAMRON Better late than never Science Club 54 Football 53 Internatlonal Relatlons 54 Recreation Club 53- 55 JEAN DUNCAN Waste not fresh tears over old grtefs Glee Club 54 Recreatxon Club 53 L1brary Club 53 FLETA MAE EVANS As the sun colors flowers does art color lzfe Transferred from Manchester 55 Band 55 Glee Club 55 L1 brary Club 55 PENNY GRIFFITH Ltve so that when you dte even the undertaker wlll b sorry Glee Club 53 55 Dramatlc Club 53 55 Press Club 53 55 Echo Staff Busmess Manager 54 55 Basketball 53 54 Recreatlon Club 53 GALE HAMPTON Sound the trumpets cause a Yankee as here' Transferred from Rock Island Ill1no1s 54 Cheerleader 55 Glee Club 54 Dramatic Club 54 55 Recreatlon Club 55 CLASS DOROTHY DARNELL Man s best possesszon ls a syrn pathetzc wzfe Glee Club 53 5:1 FHA Dramatlc Club 54 55 PATRA ESCUE Ll e rs my college may 1 grad uate well and earn many honors Glee Club 53 55 L1brary Club 53 Internatlonal Relations 54 Hobby Club 55 Beta Club 55 Asslstant busmess manager f annual 55 JANE ANN FRANKLIN One good heart ts better than all the heads zn the world Glee Club 53 55 Internatxonal Relatlons Club 54 55 Recrea tlon Club 53 Press Club 55 rrett Browmng Club 54 55 Treasurer 55 Beta Club 54 55 Band 53 54 Majorette 54 All Festlval Band 53 54 PHYLLIS JoY GRoscR sllence also there s a worth that brmgs no rlsk Recreatxon Club 53 FHA 53 54 L1brary 55 JAMES HILL There are none so blind as those that wtll not see Transferred from Orange Texas 55 Basketball 55 Baseball 55 SENIOR J OE HILL The anger of lovers renews the strength of love Transferred from Orange Texas 55 H1 Y Club 55 Football 55 DEAN HOLDER A pa.1r of lovers are lzke sunset and every day sunrzse there are such thzngs but we seldom see them' Football 52 Basketball 53 Baseball 53 Industrxal Arts Club 53 Glee Club 53 55 L1 brary Club 54 DAWN HUDSON Be prepared for you know not when Glee Club 53 Llbrary Club 53 Dramatlc Club 54 55 Press reatlon Club 54 55 Cheerleader 54 Beta Club 55 Quill and Scroll 55 ERNEST JONES Treat your fnend as zf he mzght become your enemy Industr1al Arts 53 Recreatlo Club 53 55 Sclence Club 54 Football 53 SALLY ANN KENNEDY Do unto others before they do unto you Glee Club 53 54 International lgglatlgilasbglub C5413 Llbrary Club 5 Presldent 355 u 5 vlce CLASS MARY Jo CUNNINGHAM HILL Love every moment you ltve Llve every moment you love L1brary Club 53 Glee Club 53 ALAN HORN Lzve fast dte young and have a good loolcmg corpse Lxbrary Club 53 54 Presldent 53 Recreat1on Club 53 54 H1 Y Club 54 55 Internatlonal Re latxons Club 55 Football 53 gg 5?asketball 53 55 Baseball ANN J ARED Lzttle boats should stay near shore Lxbrary Club 53 Glee Club 53 55 Internatxonal Relatlons Club 54 55 Band 53 55 Majorette 54 55 Football Queen Attend ant 54 ROBERT JONES It 15 better to love one lzttle glrl lots than to love lots o lzttle gzrls lzttle Glee Club 54 55 Internatlonal Relatlons Club 55 Scxence Club 54 Industr1al Arts Club 53 Recreat1on Club 53 HERMAN KNOX Keep your eyes 017211 'y011-T mouth shut and don t volunteer Baseball 53 55 Basketball Manager 55 Industrial Arts Club 53 Recreation Club 53 55 SCICHCC Club 54 Avlatlon Club 55 2 A ,, , 1 A y ' , - , . , 1 3 - ' 1 ' - '55. 4: ' ' H - . . J 1 . 1 N ' . , , . .' 1- , - - '1 1 , - - 3 ' : ' , -1 . -' ' I ' 1 ' ' " - ' - 1 1 l -1 2 '- , I ,' -, . , y ,I 1 H H , '11 ,, ' 5 ' ' : 1 1 . 1 - 1 1 ' 1 , ' 3 Vice-President '55: Press Club Club 54-'55, Secretary '55g Rec- ' 3 ' ' . , ', ', . -3 5 ' -' . ' ' 1 - - he . I , , H ' ' ' I! ' - 1 1 . - ' Y . ' ' I I . n - ' . ' -' - ' v . , ' . y ., ' V Q . 1 , ' l u ff , 1 1, 11 - ' n , P . 1 -, , . , . , I . , . W , 1 I 1 1 , ' ' - 1 I , ' v ' - V Z I I , J . . ' 1 SENIOR JOYCE LEE aint what youve got Its how you use it Dramatlc Club 54 55 Secretary 55 Recreatxon Club 53 55 Sec retary 54 55 Glee Club 53 Press Club 55 Cheerleader 53 55 Football Queen 55 PEGGY JONES MARTIN When we two parted in silence and tears half broken hearted to sever for years FHA 53 Recreation Club 53 Glee Club 53 55 J OY MOON Beware' I may yet do some thing sensational Recreatlon Club 53 54 Dra mat1c Club 53 Press Club 53 55 Library Club 54 Interna txonal Relatlons Club 54 Band 53 55 Magorette 55 Football Queen Attendant 53 BILL MUSE I was gratified to be able answer promptly and I did, I sazd I don t know . Recreation C1 b 53- 55' S ' Club 53- 55: LBand 53. clence JERRY OLIVER "The love of booksg the golden key, that OPS!!-S the enchanted oar." Transferred from Jackson, South Carolina '55.: Basketball '55g Beta Cllltl? 55:5g-lbgalgy Club '55g Rec- fea 10D ' : C.T. . - ban 55. C Basket K 121 CLASS CAROL Lo BUoNo Wrinkles should only indicate where smiles have been Class secretary 54 Student Councll 55 secretary and treas urer 55 Glee Club 53 55 L1 brary Club 53 Internatlonal Relatlons Club 54 55 Beta Club 54 55 Barrett Browning Club 54 55 Band 53 55 FLOYD MERRITT Ltfe is beauti ul life is won de-rful m awed' Football 53 55 Basketball 53 55 Baseball 53 55 Industrlal Arts Club 53 54 V1ce President 54 Recreation Club 53 Vxce President 54 Hi Y Club 54 55 President 55 Dramatics Club 55 Student Council 55 Annual Staff 55 Class Reporter 53 Class Sgt at Arms 54 All CTC Football 55 A11 CTC Basketball 55 NANCY MOON He that will not when he may When he would he shall have nay Glee Club 53 Recreatxon Club 54 55 Library Club 53 55 Vice President 55 SUSIE NOBLETT Waste not fresh tears over old griefs. F.H.A. 53- 54' Recreation Club 53- 55. J ox-IN PARISH "The frontiersmcm guided his course by celestial mileposts. Let's set ours by those .same stars with even more distant goals." Class Vice-President '55: Beta Club '55g Hi-Y Club '54-'55. Vice- President '55: Press Club '54-'55: Industrial Arts Club '53: Science Club '54, Vice-President '54: Li- brary Club '55, President '553 Recreation Club '53: Band '53: Volunteer Boys' State '54: Quill and Scroll '55: Annual Staff '55: Student Council '55: Football '54-'55, Co-Captain '55g All C.T.C. '55: All Midstate second team '55: Basketball '53-'54. SENIOR DOROTHY PAYNE Drrnk deep from the fountaln of knowledge Dramatic Club 53 54 Glee Club 53 54 L1brary Club 54 MARY ANN POWELL Lzke as the waves make to ward the shore so do our mln utes hasten to thezr end Glee Club 53 55 Internatxonal Relatmns Club 54 55 Reporter 55 Lxbrary Club 53 Recreatlon Club 53 MARY GORDON RAY Every day should be spent as zf zt were the last FHA 53 Glee Club 53 55 L brary Club 54 55 PATRICIA JAYNE RIDDLE Be not angry that you cannot make others as you wish them to be sznce you cannot make yourself as you wzsh to be Recreatlon Club 53 Glee Club 53 55 FHA 54 JIMMY RINGNELL To be or not to be that is the question." l3and '53-'55g Recreation Club 531'5'-Q: Photography Club '54g fginatxon Club '55: Library Club pt or V T 'wwe-nf 'Wha- CLASS MARTHA PITTS Dont make love rn a buggy because horses carry tales Glee Club 53 FHA 53 54 BETTY PUTMAN Good natured generous yolly and clever her tongue lzke a brook runs on forever Llbrary Club 53 55 Secretary 5 Basketball 53 55 Annual Staff 55 JERRY REEVES Every duty whzch you ormt ob scures some truth you should have known Industr1al Arts Club 53 Sclence Club 54 Recreatmn Club 53 55 Football 53 Basketball 53 NANCY RILEY Life IS short and so am I Transferred from N a s h v 1116 Tennessee ln 55 International Relatlons Club 55 Recreatwn Club 55 BOBBY ROBERTSON "If you like a-glace, why leave 1 ." Industrial Arts Club '53: Rec- reation Club '53. SENIOR JAMES LEROY SAWNER Eat drznk and be merry dle and forget rt all Industrlal Arts Club 53 54 SHELLY LOU SPENCE Off I go mto the wzld blue yonder Glee Club 53 Lxbrary Club 53 Internatlonal Relatlons Club 54 AV1atl0H Club 55 VIRGIL STEPHENS To have a thzng zs nothrng lf Jou ue not the chance to show rt And to know a thzng 1s noth mg unless others know you know lt Transferred f r 0 m Nashvllle Tennessee 53 Student Councll 55 Presldent 55 Recreatlon Club 54 Beta Club 55 H1Y Club 55 Dramatlc Club 5 Football 53 54 Basketball 54 55 Annual StaH 55 DEAN STONE Great men have a way wlth women I feel great Recreatxon Club 53 55 V1ce Presldent 55 Industrial Arts Club 53 Intemat1ona1Re1at1m-,S Club 54 55 V1ce President 55 Baseball 53 55 Basketball 53 55 All CTC Basketball 55 PATSY TUCKER Get unsdom but unth all thy D getting get understandmg ramatxc Club 53 54 Presldent 55 Press Club 5371265 Secretary 54 Co editor ss Beta Club 54 55 V1ce President 55 Barnett Browmng Club 54 55 Secretary, 55- Glee Club sa- 55 V1ce-Presldentl 54' Class Re- Quill and Scroll 55' CLASS DAWN SLACK The course of true love should never run up a brg lrght bzll Glee Club 53 54 L1brary Club 53 Recreatlon Club 53 54 In ternatlonal Relatlons Club 54 Hobby Club 55 Pf6S1d6ht 55 JUANITA STEPHENS Let no one pay me honor wlth tears nor celebrate my funeral wlth mournmg Band 53 55 Majorette 53 55 All Festlval Band 53 54 Class Reporter 55 Dramatlc Club 53 Glee Club 53 55 Recreation Club 53 Press Club 53 55 Echo Staff 55 Internat1onalRelat1ons Club 54 55 Reporter 55 Qulll and Scroll 55 Beta Club 54 Barrett Brownmg Club 54 55 V1ce Pres1dent 55 BARBARA STEWART A frzend 1.s one who knows all about you and loves you just the same Dramatlc Club 54 55 Recrea non Club 53 Glee Club 53 55 Press Club 54 55 Sports Edltor aa Beta Club 54 55 Barrett Brownmg Club 54 55 President 55 Basketball 53 55 Manager 55 Qulll and Scroll 55 ELLER RUTH STJBELEIEELD A zar wzll not be belzeved even when he speaks the truth FHA 53 55 Recreatxon Club FRED TURNER Its no dzsgrace to be poor but 1t mzght as well be Industrlal Arts Club 53 Vxce Presldent 53 Recreatlon Club 53 Sc1ence Club 54 Band 53 55 Glee Club 53 55 Treasurer 55' Football 53' Basketball 53' Toastmaster Junior-Senior Prom SENIOR BARBARA USELTON "Leave no stone unturnedf' Dramatic Club '54, '55. J W VIBBART A lzvmg dog zs better than a dead lzon Sc1ence Club 53 Industr1al Arts Club 54 ANN WARREN It ts better to keep your mouth shut and let people think you are a fool than to open zt and let them know you are FHA 53 Vice Presldent 53 Recreatlon Club 53 55 Llbrary Club 53 BILLY WIBNER It ts better to have a little than Recreatxon Club 53 55 H1 Y Club sa ss Ind f 1At ss 54 Football szus na rs BARBARA WINTER Pam 18 no evzl unless it con quers us' FHA 53 Recreatlon Club 53 CLASS BILLY USELTON "Beauty without grace is the hook without the bait." Science Club '53,-'54g Recreation Club '53, JOAN WAGGONER It IS better to love one ltttle boy lots than to love lots of ltttle boys lzttle Transferred from New Orleans LOUISIHHH In 54 Glee Club 54 5 F H A 4 ROBERT CLIFTON WELCH To be great zs to be ms understood Industrlal Arts Club 53 55 H Y Club 53 55 Recreatlon Club 53 55 SCIENCE Club 54 Foot ball 52 53 Manager 54 Bas ketball 53 CAROL WINCH Now abtdeth fazth hope char zty these three but the greatest of these ts chartty 53 55 Beta Club 54 55 Treas urer 55 Press Club 54 55 Co Busmess Manager 55 Class Treasurer 55 Basketball 53 Qulll and Scroll 55 CHARLOTTE WISEMAN Anythmg worth h a v 1 TL g 1s worth workmg for Recreatlon Club 53 Dramatlc Club 53 54 Glee Club 53 Beta Club 54 Press Club 53 55 Car toomst 55 Qu1ll and Scroll 55 Internatxonal Relations Club 55 Band 53 55 Secretary 54 Ma Jorette 53 55 All Festlval Band 53 54 - n '- f n 1 ' . . . , , ' ' 5: . . . '5 . H ' ff - i - , ' - 1 -1 Z i- ", l -1 . 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' I " 9 , 'J 1 ' ' - 1 1 I . , . 1 - l 1 ' l -l 1 ' , GLEN WOMACK School rs lzke a laundry You get out of zt what you put m lt but you ll never recogmze rt Industmal Arts 53 Recreatlon Club 53 MARY JANE WOMACK Economy zs no dzsgrace for zt 1s better to lwe on llttle than to outlwe a great deal FHA 53 54 Llbrary Club 53 54 Recreatlon Club 53 "Ihr 'ilu Wi r""'Q if W.u,.-f .A l GOOD BYE T H S Some about us seem to thunk That this IS the end ot the play That we II have Lights out and curtain ca On our graduation day That closing us scheduled tor May Perhaps a few ot us thmlr The finale IS drawing near That the twelve scenes we have enacted Wall be perfected thus year But the muse loolc down and hear And chldlngly reproach us For commlttmg to shameful crime Ot thlnlung, whsle we are beginners, That we're troopers m our prume No, actors, rt's now curtam tlme Patsy Tuclcer BILL WOODSON Women may come and go but not rf I can help zt Industrlal Arts Club 53 Recrea txon 53 55 Presldent 55 Sclence Club 54 Pres1dent 54 H1 Y Club 53 55 Secretary and reasurer 55 Internatxonal Re lat1ons Club Pres1dent 55 Foot b 53 54 All CTC 54 ll M1d State 3rd team 54 All State Honorable mentwn 54 JUANITA WOOSLEY My only day of fazlure was the day I dtd not laugh FHA 53 Recreatxon Club 53 lu N' flflfllfjf GZGSS 199' -J' ,K-f' K WAQNOO 'E AWD N m ,,,, , l N .5 RCW, .. I f m Dofeslbf, ff' ,M 1 eo! , ,za-K Ilg Ili r Q P4 Y .qi x 93' Vs, teas, e 5622 . J" .V Ev, F 'QQ Q: ' Nfl, " ,xdf '. Viz,-I " M 4' 'fin EL , ,M E -I, I .. V . wif, - eff 324 ' 5 LA DEAN NAOMI FOSTER J. V. FR.-XZIER TOM GARRISON SARAH GLASGOW 'Q 'G .L "" nl! vw fv. 'wa ...Ly V, ,fir ? Wind JUNE HALL HANIPTON HERBERT HARDAW AY BETTY ANN HYDE BARBARA JAMES 1 4' i if vw -o it DONNA JONES SARAH JONES QARAH KNIGHT DONIAID KEEIE CHARLES LEE ,, 4 -Qavx in v+ .?' SHANE M if BROWN LIMBOUGH JACKIE LIVIBOUGH BILIY LONVE 'Z '54 sg--qv 'SI HOMER MARTIN MIKE MARTIN JOE MCDANIEL DAVID MCGONEGIIE BOBBY CLAUDETTE LYNCH EARLE MARTIN -3 iff MORSER I "'vM"'Y .," ,i:3:2.. ,uf ..' , , , .Af F, s.-A 1' NJ -"" x., 'ern an-'V' if ,-.Q-f ..,1 FRANK 'VIULLINS PATTY MULIOWNEY CARL MUSE J' "' T? C-ff, Nr ........-v NANCY OWENS BENNY PETTY GLEN PRILI IPS RACHEL NELSON SHIRI EY NOBLITT 1-:sax 'sn- ,--5 LEE ROY PROFEITT DOROTHY RAINEY DALE RAY PATRICK RAY NTNA RAY CAROLYN RILEY WADE ROBERTS ,xx wh sans? N0 is -qs 41" ...x vw ,...-- NSC-V -.f ,1-.1 Q77 ANNE ROWLAND Y? N0 HUB Ross MARY SAWYER BILLY SCOTT DAN SCOTT A5 Ne, vw- "--v rw' -Q.-f 9' e-My JOHN SHAPARD JUDY SPARKMAN CHARLENE SPENCER RICHARD STEIOFF JUNE STEWART x Q4 A . 4 W '- :am . 5 gf .f S . . .,,' K A , IJ o A' 'P V g,"x - , x X yt ., S 4' , f X Ni 'J ,R - X K 4 . . J, av , V - X ', Q 1 . 5 T Q 1 Q 1 1 4 f 6, Jn! l .UL , . -ffl , A ' me ' ix va Y mf 'Us ' . . , ,X ' A Y -M. X . A , f' yi f .J Q CA 77 X 16 'ml 3 'U I at ,-. sd Q.,-, E 'VH' BOBBY TEAGUI: MINNIE THOMAS MARTHA JUNE EDWINNA TUCKER EARLINE WAGGI-:NER THORNI-:BERRY RAYMOND WELCH MARTHA WIDNER SARAH WILLIS ToM WILLIAMS ED WINTON aj fa 'gi an-. bg A-? X 1 , JI-:ANNIE WOMACK JOANNE WRIGHT BETTY YATES LINDA DAVIS JUANITA LONGMIRE db UU' X ,,, I 7 QL? ' E if gf' V 1 4, -W . j X X, X ff ', ' WF s Ili 7 , 'E E ! O !lO4'l'LO4'Q 61088 P XX ,:7!'f"" N 1 FU 45-7'-1 4f",f.t X Yv- Wd' fck X 3 4,VkS .sw "' fa 'VN '-Q' P esidevf BETTY .JEN Y WON' 'AWN R058 G57 10' XX NN Cewfeszbfe 'ff ,Jw Rui aw 142 XS Fvrst row Wayne Adams Frances Armstrong Dav1d Baker Randall Brooksbank Ralph Broadr1ck Ruth Brlttle Sylv1a Bradley Seccmd 'row Raybon Bradford Inez Boyles Joyce Bently Wxllxam Batts Charhe Blankenship Jean Brown Jan1ce B1rdsong Thzrd row Marlon Burden Harold Bush Reglna Carson Dano Champ1on Annette Clough Bob Clark Fourth 'row Dot Couch Harrv Cox Ann Creek Jerry Cummmgs Pat Custer Gene Damel Wayne Danrel Fzfth row Sara Davldson Bobby Dlxon Dons Duncan Jewell Durham Aaron Eshck J C Ferrell Matt F1nney Stxth row Ellen Fletcher Arthur Growden Janette GO1dlElCh Ann Hall Opal Hall James Hamley Nancy Hammers . . " . 5 1 I 3 7 l l , . : - . Y 7 ! . I 7 l I , . l 'I . I Y 3 I U vA T I S Y 7 Jeanette Collins. I . : I 1 l 1 ' v 1 ' 3 ' ' 5 ' I , , ' ' , , , , rx 69 , i r gf K ' 421' f- 35 if ,-rf N-1 -"N ll' -if ,av- fs -Q-If ...Q .4 46' Y, ,..'1 Fwst row Robert Harr1s Joanne Hawkersmrth Sharon Hlpple Edna Hodge Mary Etta Holt Mary Ruth Holt Joe Hyde Second Tow Kenneth Jones Roy Kenny, Betty Lee Clrfford Lewrs Martha Lew1s Rxchard Manehck Judy Martm Kenneth Martm Thzrd row John Matlack Fourth row Pat McCoy Martha Ox erman Fzfth 'row Marty Parrsh Barbara Prmce Szxth row Betty Prmce Rogers Jerry Maxey Joyce May Wmfred May Steve Merrrtt Marle Morgan Wanda M1ller Ahce Murray Kenneth Muse Clarence Noblett Martha Owens Wayne Pendergraff Larry Ph1ll1ps Nancy Potter Bo Powell Katherme Pratt M1ke Pugh Tommy Pyle Rlchard Reed Betty R1ddle Ralph Robertson Mary in we Y' 43, -ef 4-Y" 'Y' 'YW Qf ev- Akr 3:3 Q.. v-J First row Erlka Schne1der Margaret Srmmons Leon Sm1th Carol Sm1th Jlmmy Sm1th Katherxne Sm1th Owen Sm1th Second row Kathy Steloff Ann Soesbe Jeanette Stone Roy Stubblefield Babs Taylor Franklm Talley Jlmmy Thomas Thzrd row Sarah Thompson Nancy Throneberry Jlmmy Trav1s Pat Totter Ellen Tucker Alvm Uselton Jimmy Uselton. Fourth row: Billy Waggoner Jean Ward Earline Woodrow Jimmy Woodson Jerry Yates Betty Young. cqrganlza tions U """' 1 K . im EF xxx I V jf' , i xr -J, feta G u Front row-Mrs. Tipps, Sponsor, Jean Billsg Diane Dixong Juanita Longmireg Charlene Spenser, Don- na Jonesg Barbara Stewartg Patsy Tucker, Vice-President, Martha Jo Baker, Peggy Britt, Secretary, Second row-Carol LoBuonog Mary Couch, Ed Wintong Patra Escueg Juanita Stephensg Lucy Camp- bell: Carol Winch, Treasurer: Ann Rowland: Third row-Lloyd Cox, President, Mary Sawyerg Jane Ann Frankling Charles Lee: Jack Hagewoodg Duane Clark, Bud Brooksg Fourth row-Betty Yates, Patty Mullowneyg Fifth row-John Parishg Hub Rossg Pete Andrewsg Ray Plessg Tom Garrisong Frank Mullins, Virgil Stephensg John Shapard. Not Present: Dawn Hudson. -' WT S Front rofw-Betty Jo Broaderickg Juanita Stephens, Vice-Presrldentg Barbara Stewart, Presidentg Patsy Tlucker, Secretaryg Carol LoBuono, Sgt.-at-Armsg Second row-Mary Sawyer, Patty Mullowneyg Har- riet Blackman, Anne Rowlandg Donna Jonesg Jean Bills, Mrs. Welch, Sponsor. Not pictured-Jane Ann Franklin, Treasurerg Martha Jo Baker. arrett- Qrowning i- U Front row: Mr. McClure, Sponsorg Billy Widnerg John Parish, Vice-Presidentg W. L, Alleng Ed Win- tong Earle Marting Bill Woodson, Secretary and Treasurerg Floyd Merritt, Presidentg Second row: Jack Hagewoodg Raymond Welchg Ray Plessg Frank Mullinsg Brown Lirnbaughg Virgil Stephensg Dan Crock- ettg Third row: Dale Rayg Alan Colyerg Ronnie Boylesg Jimmy Banksg Alan Horng Raybon Brad- fordg Fourth row: Jack Danielg Hub Rossg Torn Garrisong Joe Hillg Arthur Growdeng Pete Andrewsg Mr. Garrison. Not present: Bobby Teague. refs Qs 039' Pg ' ' X616 y, Qi 2 ff " 2. ? .5 ,mm ,Saks lee Club Officers: Bobby Burt, Presidentg Ann Jared, Vice-Presidentg Ann Rowland, Secretaryg Fred Turner, 'Jeasurerg Peggy Britt, Reporterg Mrs. Garrison, Sponsorg Accmnpanists: Juanita Stephens, Alice urray. - clzo Staff Front row: Raymond Welch, Sports Editorg Penny Grifiith, Carol Winch, Co-Business Managersg Jack Hagewood, Patsy Tucker, Co-Editorsg Juanita Stephens, News Editorg Ed Winton, Feature Editorg Seeond row: Roy Lee Stubblefield, Charlotte Wiseman, Cartoonists: Barbara Stewart Girls Sports Edztorg Betty Yates, Assistant News Editorg Mary Sawyer, Assistant Feature Editorg lDawn Hudson, Secretary. Seated: Roy Stubblefieldg Raymond Welchg Ed Wintong Juanita Stephensg Carol Winchg Barbara Stewartg Jack Hagewoodg Patsy Tuckerg Betty Yatesg Charlotte Wise-mang Penny Griffithg Dawn Hudsong Mary Sawyerg Standing: Ann Soesbeg Lucy Campbellg Charlene Spenserg Patsy Ennisg Har- riet Blackmang Sarah Thompson Betty Youngg Dot Couchg Joy Moong Martha Owensg Nancy Owensg Katherine Angelg Ann Jaredg Pat Custerg Jeanette Stoney Mrs. McClure, Sponsorg Regina Carsong Pat Trotterg Rear: Diane Dixong Jimmy Travisg Kenneth Museg John Parishg Sara Davis. l'QSS G U via tion G u Front row: Betty Yates, Secretary and Treasurerg David Baker, President, Jerry Yates, Vice-President William Batts, Program Chairmang Bobby Dixon, Second row: Franklin Talley, Jimmy Ringnellg Harold Bushg Charles Blankenshipg Herman Knox, Shelly Spenceg Barbara Jamesg Mrs. Tipps, Spon- sor. Not pictured: Bobby Clark, Jerry Kirchner. 45? mwxvffx Front row: Yvonne Adamsg Juanita Longmireg Nancy Riley, Mary Ann Powell, Jeanne Womack, Sec- retary, Dean Stone, Vice-Presidentg Joyce Hall, Juanita Stephensg Bill Woodson, Presidentg Charlotte Wisemang Second row: Linda Davisg Jeanette Stoneg Ann Jaredg Katherine Angel, June Stewart, Donna Jonesg Robert Jonesg Third row: Carl Museg Pete Andrewsg Ella Dean Edwards, Mary Sawyerg Sarah Willis, Fourth row: Gary Hampton, Brown Limbaugh, Earle Marting Jane Ann Frankling Joy Moong Mr. Hawkins, Sponsorg Carol LoBuonog Charles Armstrong, Jerry Damrong Alan Horn. Not pictured: Bobby Teagueg Lee Roy Profittg Frances Bunch, Marie Baltimore, Martha Widner. tgnternational geelations Goncert X 4 E gL'Oplll'QS a 'orettes Front row Betty Lee Joyce McDan1eI Charlotte Weaver G:-111 Weddmgton Back row Charlotte W1seman Joy Moon Ann Jared Juamta Stephens Fwst Chau' Band The Issumg of New Umforms , Hr Hobby ent Front row: Leon Sinith, Reporter, Winfred May, Secretary-Treasurer, Dawn Slack, President, Sally Kennedy, Vice-Pre:91dent,'.Anne Campbell, Second row: Wayne Pendergraff, Marion Burden, Patra Escue, Jimmy Smith, Skippy Ditterg Mike Pugh, Miss Stubblefield, Sponsor. s IU. .sassy Y Seated: Harriet Blackman, Secretary, Ann Hall, Program Chairman, Betty Young, Historian, Patty Mullowney, President, Patsy Ennis, Vice-President, Ann Crick, Treasurer, Regina Carson, Judy Spark- man, Parliamentarian, Marty Parish, Recorder, Seated, Second row: Mary Holt, Martha Overman, Betty Lee. Standing: Sarah Glasgow, Barbara Prince, Wanda Miller, Sharon Hippleg Betty Prince, Mary Rogers, Pat McCoy, Betty Riddle, Joyce Byrom, Nancy Thorneberry, Ruth Brittle, Katherine Pratt, Sylvia Bradley, Mrs. Marshall, Sponsor. Not Pictured: Shirley Ballard, Song Leader, Kathy Steioff, Barbara Bridges, Fleta Evans, Nancy Hammers, Ruth Stubblefieldg Jean Ward. Quture omema ers of Lgmerz'ca ,.. .J.l..T'.?l.1 4' -10 Seated: Janice Birdsongg Ann Crickg Carol LoBuono, Secretary and Treasurerg Virgil Stephens, Presidentg Billy Scott, Vice-Presidentg Joanne Hawkersmithg Pat Trotterg Standing: Joyce Hallg Ann Rowlandg Jimmy Banksg Pete Andrewsg Floyd Merritt: John Parishg Frank Mullinsg Mrs. Marshall, Spcmsorg Martha Owens. Student Gouncl In the spring of '54 the student body voted to organize a student council. The faculty approved the vote and Work was begun. A constitution was drawn up and adopted, and officers were elected for the following year. At the beginning of the school year '54-'55 class members were elected and took of- fice. The council started immediately to improve the school spirit. It provided buses to athletic eventsg sponsored social eventsg improved the parking area, providing gravely printed a school address and phone bookg sponsored a "pep week" and "clean-up week"g and presented to the school a sign with the school name and athletic schedule. The student council proved in its first year that with the right attitude and the sup- port of the faculty and student body it could achieve its objectives. igncfustrial egrts Front row: Mr. Smith, Sponsorg Billy Scottg Raymond Welch, Presidentg Richard Steioff, Vice- Presidentg Herb Hardawayg Second row: Wade Roberts, Program Chairmang Wayne Holtg Bobby Crickg Joe Stoneg Donald Keele, Secretary and Treasurer. Third row: Roger Hippleg Roy Dardeng Jerry Cummingsg Billy I-oweg J. V. Frazierg Dan Crockett. Not pictured: Donald Holtg Don Burt. 1135 V"'.1'."'..1i lt-lax y Seated: Jerry Oliverg Dot Payneg Helen Boweng Treasurerg John Parish, Presidentg Nancy Moon, Vice-Presidentg Betty Putman, Secretaryg Patsy Bonner. Standing: Pat Rayg Fleta Evansg Minnie Thomasg Betty Broadrickg Naomi Fosterg Mrs. Burchett, Spfortsorg Annette Cloughg Jean Billsg Ruth Beckg Shirley Noblittg Jack Hagewood. Not pictured: Mary Gorden Rayg Phyllis Groschg Edwinna Tuckerg Shirley Bennettg Sue Arnoldg Nina Ray. OG' rary 5-ng., ramatics G ao SECTION I--Front row: Donald Burden, Chairman, Jimmy Banks, Presidentg Patsy Tucker, Vice- Presidentg Carolyn Rileyg Gale Hamptong Peggy Britt. Second row: Miss Webb, Sponsor, Ann Row- land, Program Chairmarzg Charlene Spenserg Carol Winchg Sarah Jones, Penny Griffith. Third row: John Shapard, Program Chairmang Virgil Stephens, Lucy Campbell: Diane Dixong Barbara Uselton. Fourth row: Joe McDanielg Barbara Stewart, Earline Waggonerg Betty Hydeg Floyd Merritt. Not Pictured: Joyce Lee, Secretary and Treasurer, Dawn Hudson, Claudette Lynch, Dorothy Darnell. SIFCTION II-Front row: Janice Birdsongg Pat Trotterg Judy Marting Nancy Owensg Earline Woodrowg Vicky Banksg Ursula Schneider, Program Chairman, Joanne Hawkersmithg Jean Brown, Chairmang Second row: Mrs. Welch, Sponsor, Nancy Potterg Dot Couchg Betty Ann Jennings, Pat Custerg Babs Taylorg Martha Owensg Alice Murrayg Joanne Wright. Third row: Tom Garrisong W. L. Alleng Steve Merritt, Ann Soesbeg Sara Davidsong Carol Smith. Fourth row: Jimmy Travis, Mat Finneyg Art Growden. Not pictured: Inez Boyles. ecrea tion G ao First row: Wanda Millerg Jean Wardg Katherine Prattg Barbara Wintersg Barbara Jamesg Patsy Bon- nerg Sharon Hippleg Mary Rogersg Ruth Brittleg Nancy Rileyg Earl Marting Second row: Doris Duncang Judy Marting Gale Hamptong Donna Jonesg Sarah Willis: Joyce Hallg Barbara Bridgesg Marty Par- ishg Dean Stone, Vice-Presiderztg Third row: Jimmy Ringnellg Jean Billsg Dean Holderg Ann War- reng Nancy Hammersg Margaret Simmonsg Charlene Spenserg Nancy Moong Katherine Angelg June Stewartg Susie Noblittg Fourth row: Donald Burdeng Owen Smithg Earnest Jonesg Jerry Reavesg Herman Knoxg Martha Overmang Jeanette Stoneg "Bo" Powellg Pat Trotterg Jimmy Woodsong Mr. Cooper, Sponsor. Betty Young Caroly row David Charnpi Kathy Steioff Sylvi Kinney Richard Ree Travis Charles Arm Hudson Martha Wid Slack Sally Kenned garet Herndon Fran Burt Bobby Welch lack Marion Burden Fzrst row Richard M r o 1 Y l 1 Pughg Roger l-Iibplegc . in ' I jqtlzletlcs B.. Cgaootball , X f, .AX N ' .J From left to right, front row: Ronnie Boyles, Raybon Bradford, Ed Winton, John Parish, Ray Pless, Frank Mullins, Hub Ross, Raymond Welch, Tommy Pyle, John Matlack, Secofnd row: Charles Lee, Dale Ray, Jack Daniel, Alan Colyar, Mike Pugh, Steve Merritt, William Batts, Duane Clark, Bill Woodson, Virgil Stephens, Third row: Coach Cooper, Ewell Smith, Dan Crockett, Brown Limbough, Richard Steioff, John Shapard, Harry West, Floyd Merritt, Pete Andrews, Joe Hill, W. L. Allen, Jack Hage- wood, Coach McClure. Scores Points Tullahoma 28 Chapel Hill Hagewood Tullahoma 40 Watertown Allen Tullahoma 27 McMinnville Mullins Tullahoma 18 Cookeville Welch Tullahoma 26 Murfreesboro Merritt Tullahoma 26 Lewisburg Hill Tullahoma 60 Franklin Co. Daniel Tullahoma 6 Lebanon Ross Tullahoma 28 Fayetteville Stephens Tullahoma 33 Manchester Parish Tullahoma 6 Shelbyville Steioff 0 If. ,Yi as, emor h as fe ,, ' ff is ga ga ofettermen BILL WOODSON JOE HILL RONNIE BOYLES Center Wingbaclc Center All CTC, third team all mid- state, honorable mention all- state. 95 W 4 m :. .263 gee ,ask Lees I- ' C 'Wye ' bu. C C? . ,L . if X VMAA jg ii JOHN PARISH VIRGIL STEPHENS W. 1... ALLEN Guard End Fullback All CTC, second' team all mid- Honorable mention all mid-state. All CTC, all mid-state, Honor- state. able all state. FLOYD MERRITT End All CTC. From left to right-Coach McClureg W. L. Allen, captaing John Parish, co-captaing Coach Cooper. .W dp' ,vm 1 Q' Ile' 'M . , P' T 2 J . 5 -mu ii! -0 Q' .1 in . I -2 IQ me if 'l'li . 'I' , 'Qs ..f .Et CHAPEL HILL Tullahoma Wildcats celebrated their season opener by romping over Chapel Hill 28-0. Touchdowns were scored by Joe Hill, Jack Hagewood, W. L. Allen, and Frank Mullins. Richard Steioff accounted for a safety when he blocked a punt into the end zone. Allen and Mullins scored the extra points. WATERTOWN T.H.S. scored in every quarter to defeat Watertown 40-0. Jack Hagewood scored four touchdowns, while W. L. Allen and Jack Daniel scored one each. Raymond Welch kicked four extra points for the Wildcats. MCMINNVILLE The Tullahoma Wildcats defeated McMinn- ville 27-14 in one of the biggest games of the season, the first conference game for the Wild- cats. Touchdowns were made by W. L. Allen, 2, Frank Mullins, and Jack Hagewood. Ray- mond Welch kicked three extra points. COOKEVILLE The Wildcats won their fourth straight by whipping Cookeville 18-6. Floyd M e r r i t t scored on a five yard pass, Johnny Parish ran 65 yards after grabbling a fumbleg and Jack Hagewood intercepted a pass for the other score. MURFREESBORO Tullahoma and Murfreesboro, two unbeaten teams, fought to a 26-26 tie in a very thrilling ball game. In the first quarter the Murfrees- boro Tigers went ahead of Tullahoma 13-O. In the second quarter, the Wildcats came to life as Floyd Merritt scored on a 31-yard pass from Hub Rossg and W. L. Allen scored later after a long drive to tie the score 13-13, after Raymond Welch kicked the extra point. Mer- ritt caught an 11-yard pass and Jack Hage- wood scored on a 4-yard plunge in the second half only to see the Tigers score with 1 second left in the game to tie. Welch kicked the final extra point. fn f JF Qf. 4' 'TQ ' -W' 'A wx TN Q- A M?-':e4i9f if fm 4 '- Q X LW f If I' s ,V an mf Y' 'D av 'W Q .0 ll 6 I fi' 1 'Q ,,..a ff ,K KVA , if Q., 1, 1 x K ' J 1 r as 4'f Q' x f Af .4 1: . .f' cvyy. 9 w 'F ., 32 , -an P 3, fn 1 , 1 4 5,22 -P X K .2 ii, v "Ng Q v A 1: w-Q t 'KW ' t X .... ., A f7.,':fTE". A 'S 'K if A . " + , A , . . . I . A , x I I , ni ne! rf ' , A . 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Vx ,Juv---'tri--.... .. ,.,. ..,. . .26 .... ....49 .25 ' 48 .. . 23 34 20 ' . .41 . . . .16 ' ' . 53 . ..,. ., .32 . 29 .. .23 ' , 45 .....29 .. .......38 22 ' .. .36 . . . 23 ' .. 29 28 l ' ' .. 5U . 30 29 . 11 17 . .26 .. ., 39 .. 29 'f' ....70 . . .. 21 19 .. 47 .. 23 ,y Q. W' i 4 3 if V3 gt L .- - ' 2' . x L- ' Y NWN wk kt' A . X ' . QE.. ' I 5 . Ve . . jx yji... WM. ' . X. 1. L. x ' X X .3 X f The Wildcat sextet began their season by playing Manchester. Being unsuccessful, the Wildcats never gave up. They were always playing to win whether they were defeated or not. It seemed that other teams had an advan- tage of greater height over the Wildcatsg but our girls were in the game every second. The Wildcats ended the season by defeating Huntland twice. The fact that they won only two games did not change the Wildcatsg they showed the quality of Sportsmanship which made the team outstanding. The sextet began the tournament with a bang! They defeated Lynchburg. Then to their sorrow they were defeated by Blanche, who was seeded second in the district. But, all in all, the Wildcat sextet was one of the outstanding teamsg and the school was proud of them. Tullahorna Tullahorna Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahorna Tullahorna Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma Tullahoma oys Q Aetoa! 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' X , I' M ClS86Clll After an xmpresswe season w1nn1ng over such teams as Huntland Shelbyv1lle and Columb1a the Wlldcats went mto the D1StF1Ct Tournament They beat Lynchburg Shelbyv11le and Un1onv1lle They were now ln the Reglonal Tournament at Nashv11le The Wxldcats paced by southpaw Tommy Burnette one of the best p1chers ever developed 1 the M1d State won the Reglonal Tournament In the Hrst game they defeated West H1gh of Nash vllle 9 8 ln a stunmng upset West was favored to w1n the Reglonal and go to the State Tulla homa followed thelr w1n over West w1th a 6 3 vlctory over East Hlgh of Nashv1lle Tullahoma playmg a fine game lost to Covmgton 8 3 1n thelr first game 1n the State Tourna ment Th1s loss cl1maxed a wonderful season for the Wlldcats the Hnest they ever had The W11dC3tS w1th a number of returnlng lettermen look forward to another successful season Left to 'rzght from 'row Herman Knox Jlmmy Emmons Bobby K1mbro Jlmmy Jones Dean Stone Second row Joe MacDan1el manager Wallace McDowell W L Allen Jerry Allen Alan Horn Tommy Burnette Thzrd row Coach Gr1der lfloyd Merr1tt Alan Colyar Brown L1mbough Rlchard Alexander me at mf 1-1 yLAH rr .ai ,sgnr 1 1 . , , . , n - y . .. y ' 1 ' 1 ' '- y y ' ' . , . 7 7 ' ' ' W r Q Q is - - 1 I 9 . 1 ' ' Y 7 Y Y , Qu i '74 -. 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CLASS WILL We the Semor C'ass of 1955 do make thrs our last wrll and testament thereby revokrng all wrlls by us heretofore made To the Junrors we leave our obdurate yxays pestrferous manner and our abrlrty to procrastrnate to the Sophomores me leave our wrllrngness to learn our school sprrrt and our leadershrp yyrth great compunctron we emancrpate our sponsors to vyhom we leave our apprecratron for therr patrence and support durrng our senror year and to the rndrvrduals lrsted below we leave the followmg I WV L Allen wrll my posrtron on the football team to anyone who thrnks that he rs good enough to replace me I Charles Armstrong wrll my abrhty to get 'along yyrth the teachers to Dan Crockett!! I Sue Arnold wrll my soft sweet vorce to Sarah Knrght I Martha Jo Baker wrll my love for musrc to Anne Rowland but wrthhold the prrvrlege of playrng my vrolrn for a certarn F H S graduate I Shrrley Ballard wrll my love for red heads to no one Qlieep your drstance grrls he rs mrnely I Jrnrrny Banks wrll my Lrberace curls to Rrchard Steroff I Ruth Beck wrll my abrlrty to keep the hbrary books rn order to Martha Wrdner I Shrrley Bennett wrll my good grades rn Englrsh to Sarah Vlrllrs I Patsy Bonner wrll my great herght to June Steyxart yyho rs rn great need of a few more 1nches I Ronme Boyles wrll my Srlent act rn Amerrcan hrstory to Brlly Scott I Peggy Brrtt refuse to wrll a certarn Senror boy to anyone because he wrll be among the thrngs that I am gomff to take vyrth me when I leave dear ole T H S I Betty Jo Broadrrck wrll my abrlrty to get along wrth everyone to Charlene Spencer I Donald Burden ryrll my abrlrty for berng tardy at least four mornrngs a week lo James Bean I Bobby Burt wrll my rnterest rn a certam bl ack headed broyyn eyed Jur ror to no one I Joyce Byrom wrll my long dark tresses to Katherrne Angel I Ann Campbell wrll nry abrlrty to pay attentron rn Englrsh cla s to Nlary Sawyer Illlfe I lloyd Cox wrll my outstandrng scholastrc record to ack Hagewood I Nlary Jo Cunnrngham ryrll my small yrarstlrne to Betty Yates I ean Duncan wrll my abrlrty to stay slrm to Claudette Lynch I Jerry Darnron yyrll my abrlrty to operate a tractor to Homer Martrn I Patra Escue wrll my abrlrty to sell magazrne subscrrptrons tx Donna Jones I Fleta Eyans yxrll my abrhty to become engaged to Mary Couch I ane Ann Franklrn wrll my love for marl post marked Alaska to anyone who feels brave enough to trust a guy rn the Wrlds of the Mrdnrght Sun I Penny Grrflith wrll my abrlrty to dress fashronably to Drane Drxon I Phyllrs Grosch wrll my blonde curls to Betty Ann Hyde I Cal I-lamp or ul-l my lo e for thc South to Joann IN rrght I James Hrll wrll my abrlrty to drrbble the basketball to Jerry Cummrngs I Joe Hrll wrll my deep bass vorce to John Shapard I Dean Holder wrll my abrlrty to play the grt fiddle Glen Phrlrps I Alan Horn wrll my abrlrty to occupy the hall outsrde Mrs Trpps room durrng the thrrd perrod to Skrppy Drtter I Dawn Hudson wrll my graceful yyalk to anyone who can master rt I Ann Jared wrll my love for younger men to anyone who has the courage to rob the cradle I Ernest ones wrll my quret manner rn school and norsv manner out of school to Earl Xlartrn I Robert Jones wrll my rnterest rn a certarn QRjrddle to rm c Just grve me trme Ill figure thrs one out rf rt takes me a life trrne I Sally Ann Kennedy wrll my abrlrty to use the oflice tele phone everyday at lunch to June Hall Herman Knox wrll my abrlrty to baffle Nlr Hawkrns to oe NIGDRIIICI Joyce Lee wrll my strrkrng personalrty to Jeanre Womack Carol LoBouno wrll my Italran features to Frances Bunch Peggy Martrn wrll my husband to none Floyd Mer rrtt wrll my abrlrty to date older women college women at that to Steve Vlerrrtt my brother Joy Moon yull my unpredrctable ways to Betty Youn Nancy Moon wrll my daydreams of U T to anyone who can get away wrth rt durmg Bookkeeprng Class Brlly Muse wrll my abrlrty to delrver papers to Roy Stubblefield I Susre Noblett wrll my strawberry blonde harr to Lucy Campbell I Jerry Olrver wrll my posrtron on the basketball team to Earlrne Waggoner I John Parrsh wrll my posrtron on the annual staff to anyone yyho rs yxrllrng to yyork hard and long hours I Dot Payne wrll my abrlrty to finrsh hrgh school rn three years to ean Brlls I NI11 hr Prtts yyrll my abrlrty rn typmg to Vartha Thron berry I Mary Ann Powell wrll my hrgh soprano vorce to Ella Dean Edwards I Betty Putman wrll my actrve carefree manner to anyone who has the energy to keep the pace up all the trme Nlary Gordon Ray wrll my determrnatron and ryrllpoyx er to my srster Nrna Ray crry Reey es yyrll my abrlrty rn physrcs to Rayn ond IN elch Pat Rrddlc yyrll my brfr blue eyes to Joyce Hall Nancy Rrley wrll my feyy extra rnches to Harrret Blackman Jrnrmy Rrngnell wrll my abrlrty to charm the ladres to Ray Pless I Bobby Robertson wrll my abrlrty to keep the srxth per od Mechanrcal Drawrng class rn an uproar to Tom Garrrson I Dan 1 Slack wrll my abrhty to look as rf I just stepped out of a band box all the trrne to Josephrne Drckey I Shelly Spence wrll my techmcal knoysledge to Nlancy Owens I Juamta Stephens wrll my love for the Arr Force to Patty Mullowney I hope that you ynll have better luck than I hay had I Vrrfrrl Stephens wrll my great leadershrp abrlrty to Ed WVrnton I Barbara Stewart wrll my abrlrty to go wrth the Best Crtrzen of the Senror Class to Judy Nlartrn I Dean Stone vyrll my abrlrty to make basketball goals t Gary Hampton I Ruth Stubbleiield wrll my pleasrng drsposrtron to Barbara Brrdges I Patsy Tucker wrll not leaye my QBJurden for anyone else to worry over I Fred Turner yyxll my love for zr certarn country nl o no one I Barbara Uselton yrrll my flamrnv red harr to Bar-ba a ames Brlly Uselton yyrll my handso ne features to W' de Roberts J W Vrbbert wrll my lono name to Charles Lee oan W oner wrll my loye for a 54 Semor to no one Ann Warren wrll my abrlrty to pantornrme to Lrnda Davrs Bobby Welch wrll my srvnal callrng rn football to Cc ach I rClue to p s on to nest year s cy It teroack I Brlly Wrdner wrll my abrlrty to sleep through hrstory class to Wayne Holt I Carol Wrnch wrll my abrhty to nur trxo class rrngs Sarah Glasgow I Barbara W'rnter wrll my chrlly name to Dorothy Ra dey I hope you wrll carry on the work of ole man rymtrr I Charlotte Wrseman wrll my love for a certam sprcler eatrng Oklahoman to anyone that can lrve through the storm I Glen Womack wrll my rnterest rn a certarn blonde sopho more to Betty Rrddle I do thrs because gertlemen prefer blondes and Im sure Betty won t take my blondre ayy ay from me I Nlary Jane WVomack wrll my abrlrty to keep ofhce durrng Efth perrod to Shrrley lNobl1tt I Brll Il oodson yxrll my cu ly 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I-M13 wmzzmp -420-ijn - - - mn H- j?cfvertz'5emen ts 2 Q GX 'Q CCCA-COLA BOTTLING CO INC TULLAHOMA Shop the Progresswe Way NINA S SHOP IN SHELBYVILLE Smartest Sportswear Anywhere Tullahoma Parts and Service 104 North Jackson Distributors of Original Equipment Automotive Replacement Parts Phone 4524 Tullahoma HIGHLANDS LUMBER 8: MILLWORK CO Bmldmg Materzals Phone 9411 Tullahoma Shapard Chevrolet Co YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER Every Poznt C bevrolet Norman Bulck, Inc Tbrzll of the Year Is Buzek 2118 Tullahoma South Anderson Street Phone 3451 North jackson THE TULLAHOMA Crouch Motor Company Phone 2655 South Anderson Street Tullahoma NEWS AND GUARDIAN Coffee County s Sem1 Weekly See Us for All Types of Commercral Prmtmg GENERAL SHOE CORPORATION Tullahoma Tennessee Americds Choice for Top Value on Tullahoma Restaurant Fly s Drug Store Regular Dinners Steaks-Salads-Sea Foods PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Best m Service and Cooked Food Phone 9394 Shelbyville, Tenn. Phone 3521 Remus W. Ragan, Owner LCWIS Insurance Agency Double Cola Bottlmg Co Tullahoma Tennessee Tullahoma Tennessee 66 Before You Buzld Your New Home DAVES CULBERTSON Funeral Dzrectors Tullahoma Tennessee ARCHI1-3'S Lillard Stone 0 L Robert Orr 8: Company 4 Wholesale Grocers Bull S For Work T Eye or Play elephone 5 8333 901 Sxxth Avenue North Nashvrlle Tennessee The BOOICYIC, Inc Fashion Footwear 131 West Llncoln Tullahoma Tennessee Bu1lders Supply Co , Inc Mccouum S Everytbmg or Buzldmg M d B en an oys Quality Clotbzng Phone 3419 Tullahoma Tut S Dry Cleaners Arcade Realty Co , Inc N u For Beautz ul Home Sztes 8 HARTON ARCADE orzvcLEANERs FINISHING PROCESS Cold Storage 4700 Phone 2429 East Carroll Street Tullahoma -V1 - I 3 , I 9 . 4 a , V' if 45:15 S ' ' 5 ' is iii? l 45' W mv? jQ:"5-53 C S if I S 7 l Q 1 . O U , If ' f ' ' I! 3 I C 1 . . , J' SMILE WITH PYLE-ALWAYS PAUL PYLE STUDIOS COLUMBIA DAIRY PRODUCTS Grade A M1lk and Drury Products Telephone 5429 Tullahoma Tennessee Tullahoma Motors, Inc Dodge and Plymouth Dodge fjob Ratedj Trucks Phone 2246 Tullahoma Tennessee Its Wzlson Today In Sports Equzpmenl WIISOH Athletlc Goods Mfg Co , Inc Baseball Basketball Tennis Golf Football Sportlng Equlpment Tullahoma Tennessee Peacock s Cred1t ewelers Dnamonds Watches Sxlver Bxrthstones Costume ewelry Gzfts for Every Occaszon Prlces and Terms to Fit Your Budget Low Down Payments Expert Watch Repalrmg Phone 2804 Mltchell s Beauty Salon Phone 2687 Servxce Is What We Glve Excluslve But Not' Expensive We Need Your Head to Run Our Busmess Owner and Operator Mary Loulse Mitchell Operators Jean Ann Gunn Betty Sue Thomas Betty K Richards Bessie Lee Jones , , . , 7 , 3 , . J - 1 Tullahoma, Tennessee 511 South Iacksofl ' S 1 l 1 , , , J . . Waffle Shop Sandwzches Steaks Short Orders Phone 2483 Wall Street Lawson's Hardware Co. Courteous Servzce Prompt Delivery Phone 2160 Wall Street Lmcoln Cafe Pete ones Prop Wall Street Tullahoma Tenn Phone 9122 H 8: W Men s Store Phone 2541 W Lmcoln Street Tullahoma Tenn Phones Day 4404-Nlght 4374 enkms 81 Darwm Bros U nderprzced Merchandzse W Lmcoln Street Phone 3460 Tullahoma Natural Gas Co , Inc Cleaner Faster Cheaper with Natural Gas Lmcoln Street Tullahoma Tenn Comer Radlo Serv1ce Radro TV Sales Servzce 215 North Atlantlc Street Tullahoma Phone 4485 Duck s Roller R1nk Skating Wed Sat Sun 7 30 10 00 P M Square Dancmg Every Friday Night 8 00 12 00 DUCK S POOL ROOM AND GRILL Amusement Center' I ., ,, J , - , . . , . J . . , , H ' ' If il W E. B. Franklin, Sr.--President W. ' , . , . . I, Q, u 1 ff . ! Tullahoma Concrete and P1pe Co "'-G---...,,, jun-----W is Clayton s Led' Tullahoma Dr Pepper Botthng Co , Inc Franchlsed Bottler for Dr Pepper NuGrape Sun Crest Orange Tullahoma Tennessee The Famzly Shoe Store Quahty Footwear Tullahoma Tennessee Neon Slgns Outdoor Advertxsmg RIVCIS Advertlsmg Co Sales Service Rentals Bank on Rivers P O Box 206 Tullahoma, Tennessee Arcade Flower Shop RUTH S GOOCH Say It with Flowers Phone 2128 Ramsey Home Furmshmgs Better Values Better Servzce Phone 3553 Tullahoma Tennessee The Safe Drug Store Taylor s Pharmacy The Rexall Store Tullahoma Tennessee Marbury 8: McCoy Hardware W Lincoln Street Tullahoma Tennessee Furmture Co Let Your Home Come Fzrst Phone 2511 Off1ce Supply Co Remzngton Sales Serufe Supplzes ARCADE Weddmgton Bros Murrell Carl james Rollins Si Levan Webber Typewriter 8: Dan1e1 s Restaurant OnU S 41A Plate Lunches Sandwzcbes Fountazn Servzce Phone 2646 Grade A North Jackson Street Tullahoma Tennessee For All Insurance Needs E B Thoma 8: Son 200 North Atlantlc Street Phone 2864 Tullahoma Tennessee The Da1ry Bar Drlve In ames Rlchardson Owner Wade Field Nobhtt O11 Co B and H L Nobhtt Phone 2261 Tullahoma Tennessee Warren s Cash Grocery You Call and We Haul Phone 3884 Tullahoma Tenn Tullahoma Bowhng Center Bowlzng Each Nzgbt E Volney Tullahoma Tenn Trader s Natronal Bank Tullahoma Tennessee Queen Clty Super Market Qualxty Meats Lwe Better for Less Phone 2411 Tullahoma, Tennessee ' 3 ' ' - 0 0 7 7 . . - I C U Across from 5 9 . FF If H ' ' ,U , . ' 9 , . -f ' 1: 9 Lyr1c Theater 59. Manchester Tennessee Mr fiq, represents the Phone 3331 efferson Standard Always a Good Mme efferson Standard now guaranteeing 21 Zin, on pol1c1es currently issued has never pald less than 492, rnterest on pohcy proceeds left on deposlt to provnde rncome 492, zs e hzghest rate o znterest paid by any mayor lz e msurance company efferson Standard L1fe Insurance Company L E Speedy Bowers District Manager 201 Coop Bulldmg Tullahoma, Tennessee Phone 5969 Carter Rann ewelers Wrlson s Your ualzty ewelers GlftS for All Occasions Chlna Silver Tullahoma, Tennessee Crystal The Relzable Store N Atlantxc Street Phone 2307 Tullahoma Drug Store Queen CRY Pharmacy Ph Luke L Marcrom, Druggxst and Owner Marlon H R'Cha'dS0"' R "Prescriptions Dzspensed wztb Care, "In Busmess for Your Health" Skill, and Purest Ingredzentsu Phone Day 2741 N1ght:4386 Tuuahoma Phone 4537 isis. 111 1" -12'-. .1.5,::,.A.5.f '52 ' -4w1:s:.f sf .1-azw- 1:4 -' -- ' 1 X . 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' 3 FP ' if Parris Shoe Shop Tullahoma, Tennessee Tullahoma Beauty School Earn Whzle You Learn W Grundy 3928 Tullahoma Crimm's Florist Phone 3759 Sam and Charlene Crlmm Your Pontzac and GMC Dealer PONTIAC Stockton Motor Co Tullahoma Tennessee Wherz Youre O1 er Shelbyzzlle Way Tr The Rebel Mald Gr1ll Shelbyvllle Tennessee Open 24 Hours SHELBYVILLE PURF MILK COMPANY Sealtest Phone 610 Shelbyv1l1e Tennessee Move By Prof f 1tt Vans Movxng Packnng Storage-Cratlng New and Used Furnrture Dealer 604 South Atlantlc Street Phone 4048 4837 Tullahoma Tenn F1rst Nat1onal Bank Tullahoma Tennessee Gowen s Pharmacy Next Door to Halls Prescrrptlons Drugs Phone 2602 Brown s Car 8: Home Supply Store 219 North Atlarmc Street Your Autborzzed G E Dealer T V and Appliances Good Year Trres and Tubes Phone 2197 Tullahoma Term jack D Walker 207 Coop Burldmg Phones 4541 Tullahoma Tennessee 2047 W j Couch and Co Supply Your Photographzc Headquarters L P S1mmons Gas Co Propane The Most Modern Fuel Tullahoma Shelbyvllle 117 North Atlantlc Street Phone 4436 Phone 290 Smce 1894 Phone 3421 . . . . 9 - , . ! 9 0 , ' and Fountain Service , , . . 7 1 0 0 ' I U . 'P a- u ff ' If Pearsall F urn1ture Company 110 112 South jackson Street The Little Store wzlh the Bzg Bargazns Tullahoma Tennessee Fletcher s Produce Feed Store South ackson Street Tullahoma Tennessee Carey s Grocery Carey Sells or Less Tullahoma Tennessee al: Qing The Crescent Box and Pr1nt1ng Co Wrlson Avenue Tullahoma Tennessee Motlow Shasteen Funeral Home W Floyd Motlow Dlck H Shasteen Ambulance Serwce 210 E Grundy Street Phone 3222 Tullahoma Tennessee Snowh1te Laundry 8: Cleaners P1ck Up and Delxvery Phone 3473 SANITONE CLEANERS Appalachlan Tannlng Co. Tullahoma, Tennessee . 3 d ' ' If J fltnf' dv 9 A ' FLC rr U Y It 1 tfa, ff 'tyy 1 yu in Un1ted Super Market On New Shelbyvllle Hlghway The Home of Every Day Low Prrces We Welcome Our Many Tullahoma Customers Phone 1298 Ransom 8: Co General Insurance I Its Insurance We Have It Phone 2355 Hatton Arcade Laugh and Lwe wzth the M O 81 N P Honorary Droodle Club Nancy Potter Martha Owens W L Allen johnny Pansh Pat Trotter Ed Wmton Frank Mullrns Kay Lewrs Bxll Woodson Hub Ross Jeanie Womack Dann Crockett Nancy Owens J k H d ac agewoo Marty Parrsh Wenger Auto Co Be Sure You See the -41:-s Oldsmobxle 55 Rocket 88 and 98 H H K You re Way Ahead m Every Way in Oldsmobile for 55 Tullahoma Phone 2361 Km Dru Co Tolley s g g Master Market and Lockers Walgreen Agency 409 East General Shop and Save the Tullahoma Phone 2987 Eff I j ,U f p I 1 u , 8, ,,ys Q U ' ' so ff M' a Tullahoma Phone 2421 Tglley Way ! 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