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Page 8 text:
Mr. Chester A. LaFever
A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRINCIPAL
The 1962-'63 school year will always be unique and
special in the minds of all as we thumb through our year-
This year we are grades seven through ten. However,
we have become a full-fledged secondary school in that we
played our first varsity football, basketball and track sched-
ules and our f or e ns i c team competed against other high
schools for the first time. Parents and students alike have
worked diligently to build an athletic stadium.
I am convinced we h av e the best high school in this
county because of the loyalty and enthusiasm of our student
body and parents. This is a banner year for Nashville and
Davidson County in thata new government has been formed
and, that a new high school is making its mark. From this
moment on we will make history together.
Chester A. LaFever
Page 7 text:
MRS. LUCILE JONES
With deep appreciation for her s e r vic e s t o us as a
librarian and friend, the students of Two Rivers High School
wish to dedicate this volume, THE 1963 CUTLASS, to Mrs.
Lucile Jones. r
The creation of a new library, a tremendous undertaking,
has been her responsibility. Through the efforts of Mrs.
Jones, Two Rivers students are sharing the literary heritage
which is ours.
Page 9 text:
LE FT TO RIGHT: Jo Ann Sewell, Nan Rich, Scotty Daniels, Nancy Pewitt, Annette Duncan,
Linda. O'Steen, M a r th a J e n n i n gs , Ruth Williams, Linda Medlin, Sandy Rogillio, Joan
McMichael, Mrs. Davis.
Mrs. Mary Davis, School Secretary
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