Tyner High School - Tally Ho Yearbook (Chattanooga, TN)

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The split schedule will probably be a long-discussed subject because it was the highlight of our year. When the junior high school was without a building, we took them under our wing-the High School classes met in the morning in the main building, and the junior High in the afternoon. Some will remember, others will not. To remind all of us of another successful year at Tyner, we have this record of our life for l957-58 . . . Let's talk about Tyner. IQS is FEATURES COIL fell fa CLASSES ATHLETICS JR. HIGH ADMINISTRATION CLUBS AVOID INTERRUPTING WHEN THE PARTY LINE IS IN USE ,Y geatufeif ' E N ,- ' ,-A . . 35" 'TT-Y A If: I ..1..1-.. 1-1. , :,,, Y. A 'lil-i,,, , ' g -pg -.....,- V - A A LL... -. -i i - E gf? f-...gl--A.L..Lg' -1""""' - 1--nun-4-, '3- ' ' --"' "1.g4: "' "H . .-- L - -2.4-f. ..- '-" -- - .Q-QM, -.............:" -A H -.....i, KEY CLUB SWEETHEART SANDRA WRIGHT Each year the Key Club Sweetheart is elected by popular vote by the boys in the club. This year Sandra was honored at the Key Club Dance and given a silver bracelet inscribed with her name. HOMECOMING QUEEN BARBARA BALL The Homecoming Queen was chosen by penny vote of the school and the community. Barbara Ball was crowned on the night of the Homecoming Football Game. Members of her court were Judy Jones, Sandra Wright, Becky Arden, Delores Kelley, Charlotte McKee, Nancy Miller, Francelia Kroeger, and Bonnie Cole. JR. MISS TENNESSEE CONTESTANT SYLVIA BROWN This year, for the first time, a Jr. Miss America contest was held in our area. Sylvia Brown was chosen to represent Tyner. Chosen on the basis of talent, poise, and beauty of face. form, and figure, Sylvia was first runner-up to the winner of the title of Jr. Miss Tennessee. qw. ffafuzv W Warp, E R' W' 'iv fl - f 1 ' , fa swag 1 " 55-and .5 , ., K . i M 3, 54' in f::f:f??3f Q V. , . zmvgggg 1 . A 'Aw T , , 1 . . gr .fa w - J, , ,y -2? VA: 1 Lgu . Us 1-Aff W i , T. V QA" if Q . 4 K x Ak QPEFJL' 2,1 , M ,V TJ. 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CARPENTER me lCCLtl0l'l beuauee lbtC3Lh6l,lOl1Il'vil0l fuencl you have lnspued ffulded, undelstood Us because thlough youl pelsonal UCI1C1OS1Iy and profeselonal excellence you have become and thus, because Tynel Wlll always mean the mole to us fox youx havlng been ldentlfied Wllh It we IIISLIIIJC Wlul youl name this recold oi ou1 llfe at Tsnen IH 19.37 08, as 1 lastlng malk of ou1 deep leepect and BHCCUOII f01 you l0l0I"eCL6lte gf . . . . " ' -a ' ' ' : if ', " T ' ' , , D ' . . K- - ' . , Q s 1 U 1 . r 1' 1 1 7 I I I an inseparable part of our beloved Tyner . . . 1 ' 1 l A y - I - -.-' Lv L I enior Courf The Senior Court is made up ofthe candidates for Mr. 81 Miss Tyner. chosen by the Senior Class and the faculty. Mr. X Miss Tyner are chosen by vote of the entire school and are the honored couple at the if 'seg 1 it Perry Guess, Marshalg Don Pageg Marilyn Har- risg Howard Faerberg Linda Eavesg Claude Ramsey, Trainbearer: Bob Brown, Mr. Tyner: Sandra Wright, Miss Tyner: Judy Lane, Flower Girlg Bill Davisg Sandra Longwith: Joe Coferg Judy Jones: Don Reynolds. Marshal. Senior Day festivities on or about ,'Vlay 1. This year the Court was very colorful with the girls dressed in pastels, Miss Tyner in white, and the boys in White tuxedos. This year the cherished honor went to Bob Brown and Sandra W1'ight. 7. si A E 'T-62' 71-K 51 I all L gllel' BOB BROWN SANDRA W RIGHT I F. i ij, , V,,1,A FM ' 'S Y V R P 'ik R 'R-" ' :' , 'A fgw ' YR gf? zsi funk 0 Come Out of the Closet" "OH the Track" Ffa? ln the fall of 1957, the senior and junior plays were presented to the community for the purpose of raising money for the annual Junior-Senior prom. The Seniors under the direction of Mrs. Don Potts presented MOH the Trackw and Mrs. Stokely directed the Juniors in L'C0me Out of the Closetw. The casts of both plays will long remember the many hours of rehearsal but also they'll remember the fun of work- ing together and the excitement of presenting the finished play. fwyav f-J' A f? I Y C 1.. 1 fr -ggi. J D I. -. s X 1 F? 51- IF THE NUMBER IS BUSY WAIT THREE MINUTES AND THEN TRY AGAIN 5 af' gfdriried 9 -if 1 I yn A f 7 enior O icerd SANDRA WRIGHT JUDY JONES President Vice-President RANDY 0,NEAL Secretary-Treasurer ANN MORRIS Reporter 91 ,r 17, gg - 014: uf?-"""'f . 4Qln.1Q""'U..us BOB BROWN Business Manager Top: JIMMY AKIXS fKf-y Club. 2. 3. 1g 1-H Club. 3: liaise-lull. 1. 2, 3. 13 Plmtugrupliy Club. 2. Pllll., l5ACONffKn-y Club. 2. 3. 1: Re-4'rc'utiun Club. 3. 1: Tru Club, 13 I-mnbgllll .L Ig Iiiixlv-tlbill. 3. 1. Cu-Cupluin, 1: 11.1-r'b.1ll 2. 3. 1: Club. 3. 1: Spur!-iuuu-liip Awilfll. 1. w-I I1.'NlilMIi.-X li,-Xl l. Turrfz Siull. '1l'IiNI. 3. l"i-.ilurv lfililur, 1: Tri- Hi'Y. 1g Y'-TQ'l'l'1H, 13 I-'.Il..-X.. l: liwrz-zitiuii Club. 21 Truvz-I Club 1, 2. Trvusurz-r. CS. 1: pm-p Club. 1. 2. 3: Drill '11-aim, 1. 2: .luniur Play: Fmvtliull Quvvn. 11 'l'z'l1nn-s-Q-v Pre-aa .fb-In-iutiull. 3: Yill'Sl1N Clmrus, 1, 2. 3. 1: Clunrul Club. Tren-urer, 3. ,ll NF. lil-.IRIX -Tri4l1i-Y. 3. 1g l".H.A., 1. 2. 3, Sunglufler, 11-H Club, lg Yursity Cbfvruw. -1: Bible Club. 1. 2. Sf-rrvtary, Clmrul Club. 1, 2. PATRICIA BOLTON-F.ll.A.. 1. 2: .LH Club, 1: Oflif-e A+-i-ram BOIIUHI, First Row: W'ILl.IAill llOW'NlAN'-Rvrrvuliuil Club. 3. 1: TTLIVPI Club. 3. Fwmtbull. 3. GENE BOYD- -Duxkvtllull. 1: .-'lrl Club. 1, 33 "T" Club, 1. BOB BROWN Rf-rr:-utiun Club. l. 2. 3. Pri--i4l1'nt, 3: Truvr-l Cl 3: I-Ymtbull. 2, 3. il. Cupluin. 1: liuslu-tbull, 2, fi. 1. Cu-Cupluin 1. 2. . 1 4. ub. Captain, 13 Class Busim-fe Nlflllklgvf. 1: "T" Club, 2, 3, 1. Pn--ifl:-nt 4: Chorus. 3: F.F.A. Club, 1: Nlr. Tynm-rg B1-stA1hlvre,'1. I-TYI-il.YN BROWN Nitiunul llunw Su.-'Q-V. ., : H 3 '- '. 1 r 1 tx 3 1 lri Ili H 1 1-Tvvnx. 1: F.ll.."l.. l. 2, 1: lruvc-l Club. 2. Ci. 1: Nlur-'lliug l1.iu.l. lg Nfnjurr-In-. 2, fi. 1.111-:ul XlLljl'l'l'114'. 13 ll.ljur4'Il1-Clulr. -5: lullvy- bull. 3, 1: Srurffkve-pvr. lla-kvtbslll. 1: .'1f'Iivili1-- Xmuril. l. .IIXINIY BROWN- Rum-rvailiun Club. 2. 15: lfuurlmll. 1: lisa-lwtll-111.11 lin-4-b.1ll. 2. fi. 1: Slunlf-ui Cuuuvil. I3 Ylrfily Cliurux. 3. 1: Club. 2. 3, 11IllflllilfldlAfluxbvbilffl, 1. Second Row: RUBY VVHITTENIORF BROWN-Art Club, IS, 1g Tri-lli-Y. 2. 3. 1: l".ll,A., 3, 1. Kc-pfvrtvr. 15 Truvvl Club. IE. 1: Drill Tvuiu. 2, 3. 1. Captain. 11. SYLYI.-X flROWN"f7'nrf'l1 Stull. 3. 1: Nuliunul llunur Sfwiety. 1: Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 1, Repurtcfr. 1: F.H.:X,. 1: Art Club. 3, Yin- Prv-idvnl. 3: Pep Club. 3, 1: Pliutugrupliy Club, 2. Yin: Pn-fide-nt. 2: Drill Team, 3. '13 Art Award. 3: First Runuvrlup. Jr, Kliw Tcnncs-w Contest. JOE BUCKLEY-Hi-Y, 1: Rf'f'I'PLl1lllTl. 2, fi: xlLll't'llil'lg Bunml, l, 2. fi. 11, Oflirvr. 3: Sr. Bunrl Clinir. Xlurysillv. Ig liuml Awami. 1. NIARCELL lil'RKfHV-Prujm-turf Club. l, 2. 3. 1. l'rf'si4ln-111. 1: Slwp A-si-tunl. 1: Prnbivvlflrx AWLlI'4l. 1. NI-ILDA lil Sll -f1".ll.:1.. 13 l.ibrury' Avlxlulll. 21: Oiliw- Xxxlxldlll 2, 3: Service Club, 3: Plmiugrupliy, 29 l.ibrury Club, 15: Art Club. l. g-9 W S5 I9 en iom ,- 'X r 1 , 5 1 , enmm N Top, First Row: DOYLE CAMP-Recreation Club. 1, 2, 3: Marching Band, 1, 2, Boxing. 3: Football, 3, 4, Co-Captain. fl: Class Ofiieer, Secretary, 1, Y, President, 2, Secretary, 3: Junior Play: Best Back Award: Second Team All'City: Honorable Mention T. Y. C. Football. PAI L CANIPBELI.--Recreation Club, 3: Football, 3, 4: Basket- ball, 3, 4: Junior Play: Stage Crew 2, 3. 4, Vice President, 4: All State Football. Honorable Mention: "T" Club, 3, 4: All T.V.C. First Team: All-City Honorable Nlention: Lineman of the Year Award. I. HAROLD CARSCADDON-Key Club. 2, 3, 4, Reporter, -1: National Honor Society. 4: Travel Club. 4: Chess Club. 3: Winner, National Nierit Scholarship. 4. JOHN CAYLOR-4-H Club. 1, 2, President. 2: Projectors Club, 3. 4: Marching Band, 2. 3. DELORES CI.ARKEfNational Honor Society. 3, 4: F.H.A., 1, 2, 3. Historian. 33 Pep Club. 2. 3: Drill Team, 2. 3, 4: Library Assist- ant, 2. 'L 4. Sr-cretary. 1: Xarsity Chorus. 1. 2, 3: Art Club 1. Second Row: JOE COFERSKQ' Club. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer. 3. Secretary, 4: Na- tional Honor Society, 4: Recreation Club, 2: Travel Club, 3: "T" Club, 3, 4: Marching Band, 1, 2. 3. Band Captain, 3: Drum Major, 2. 3: Basketball. 3, 4: Baseball, 3. 4: Commencement Speaker. Class Representative: S.A.R. Award, 4. ANNA LEEtIOL1.AKl'I'-I-'. ll, A.. 1, 2. 3: 1-H Club, 1: Library As- sistant, 2. 3: Office Assistant, 1, 2. 3, 4, President. 3. NANCY COLQLITT--Torch StaH, 3, 4, Editor, 4: National Honor Society, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: F. H. A., 1, 2, 3, Vice President, 2: Salutatorian: Varsity Cliorus, 2, 3: Trampoline Club, fi, 1: Art Club, 1, 25 Torch Award. 4: Commercial Award, 4. RONNIE CRANIER-Chess Club, 2: Art Club 1. JIMMY CUNINIINGS-Military Club. 2: Art Club. 1, President 1. Bottom : BILL DAVIS-Key Club, 2, 3, 4. Vice President. 4: TALLY-H0 Staff, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, President 4: Projectors Club. 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 2, 3, 4: Business Manager, 3: Junior Play: Biology Award: Math Award, 4: Science Award, 4: Activities Award, 43 311281 Bliss Tyner Court. PAYE DELAY-National Honor Society, 3, 4: F. H. A., 1, 2, 3, Reporter, 3: Travel Club, 3, 4: Library Assistant, 3, 4: Junior and Senior Plays: Bookstore Assistant, 2: Library Club, 3. 4: Service Club. 2: Choral Club, 1: Art Award, 4: Danfort Award. 4. ANN DILL-F. H. A., 1, 2, 3: 4-H Club, 2, 3, Secretary, 2: Ofiice Assistant, 2: Typing Club. 3: Varsity Chorus, 4: Girls Chorus, 2, 3. GEORGE EAYES-Key Club, 2: 4-H Club, 1, 2, Reporter, 2: Projectors Club, 3: F.F.A. Club, 1: President 1. LINDA EAVES-TALLY-HO Staii, 3, 4, Junior Editor 3, Editor, 4: National Honor Society, 3, 4, Vice President, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4. Parliamentarian. 4: F. H. A., 1, 2, Song Leader, 2, Junior Counselor. 1, Travel Club. 2, 3, 4. Vice President 3. Secretary 4: Drill Team 1, 2: Oflice Assistant 1: Junior and Senior Plays: Yarsity Chorus I. 2, 3, Secretary 2, Librarian 3: Commencement Speaker, Faculty Representative: Nlr. 8: Miss Tyner Court: Annual Award. 4. Top z NIARGARHT ICI.BONgY-Ts-um 3: I", H. A.. 1, 2. 3: Yuri:-tv Club. 2: Art Klub I. 2. HOWARD I".-U'fRliIfR- TAl.I.Y-H0 Stuff. 3, 1. ,Iuniur Iiu-ine-N Manager 3. Biisinvv Xlunugvr. 1: Torrli Stuff. 33 Key Club. fi. 1, Preiirlvnt. I: National llnnnr Stwim-ty. 3, lg Truvul Club. 2. fi. 1: Prujerturs Club. I: Clus- Ullirer, Vive' Pre-'-i1lr'nt. I. PI'0'Sl1lf'I1I, 2. President. 3: Buys State Delegate. 3: Lutin Award 2: Sr-ninr Ifuwr- ite, Must Yr-rsutilv. I: Studi-nt Cuunvil. Pre-xiii:-nt. 1: llzilfwur Award, lg History Akllfll. 1: Nlr. 8 N1i5fTynt-r Cuurt. I.0I'ISl'f I-'ORGHYV -F. H. A.. 1. 2. 1: Travel Club. 13 Pep Club. I. I 2 3 1 21 Drill Team. .... I..-'IRRY "Ihitt-li" FUY-ffmitlmll. 2. 3. Vunugzvr. JI: Librairy Af- Nietztnt. l. 2, 3: .Iuninr annul Senior Play: Club. 2. 3, Cl'f0RCI'f GUI-'ORTII Revreutinn 3: Xlurvliing Ilund 1.2. 3: Yur- kity Churu-. 3. l-: Boxing. 3: Senior Pluyg NI. T. S. KI. llliurtil Camp, "T" Club 3, 1. Bottom. First Row: BOB GRANT -Art Club, 3. rl: 1-II Club, I. PERRY GUESS-Torclz Staff. 3. 4: Key Club. 3, -1: Rf-f'r+-atirvn Club. 3: Art Club, 1, 2: Nlarrhing Band. 2. 3: Bnxing, 3: Nlr. 8 Mix- Tyner Court. BILL HADDEN-4-H Club. I, 2. MARILYN HARRIS-TALLY-IIO Staff. 3, 1. Art Editor. 41 Try- Hi-Y. 4: Travel Club. 2, 3, -1-. Ser-retary. 3: Pep Club. 2. 3. -1, Reporter, 3, 43 Drill Team, 1. 23 Cheerleader, 3. -1: Senior Beauty 4: Brmkstnre Assistant. 3: Junior and Senior Plays: Yarsity Clwruf. 1, 2. 3: Beat Looking, 4: Football Queen Candidate. 23 Delegate. Tennessee Press Association: Committee Secretary, Student Count-il. 4: Hr. 8 Miss Tyner Court. DOXALD HEXRY-F.F..-X.. 1, 2. Reporter, 2: Military Club. 2. Second Row: RONALD III-QXRY--4-II Club. 2. JERRY HICKS-Recreation Club, 2. NIONTY HILLIARD-Prnjectnrf Club. 1, 2. 3, Ig "T" Club. 4: Football. 1. 3, II: Juniur Play: Scniur Favorite, Best Imnking. BETTY HOGAN-Ofiive Aafistunt. 35 Servive Club. 3, Vice Presi- dent. 33 Teenage Club, 2. SHIRLEY HOLCOMB-F.H.A., 2, 3. 43 Office Assiftant, 2, 3, 4: Service Club, 3, Secretary-Treasurer. 3: Teenage Club. 2. Re- purter, 2. en ford f ix! 'Z v 2 'Q .. f'l h . eruom .4 vga Top, First Row: ROBIN HOOD-Key Club, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Re- porter, 4, Art Club, 1, 2, Math Club, 3, Marching Band, 1, 3: Senior Play. A. C. HOWARD-Recreation Club, 1, Stage Crew, 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary-Treasurer, 3, 4, F, F. A., 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, 1, 2. JUDY HUNTER-National Honor Society, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, 4, F. H. A., 1, Reporter, Travel Club, 3, 4, Marching Band, 1, 2, 3, Secre- tary 1, Football Queen Candidate, 3, Music Medal, 3, Music Service Award, 4, Varsity Chorus Accompanist, 3, 4. JUDITH JONES-TALLY-HO Staff, Copy Editor, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, 4, Y-Teens, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, 4, Travel Club, 3, 4, President, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Alternate Captain, 3: Volleyball, 2, 3, 4, Alternate Captain, 4, Volleyball All-Star Team, 3, 4, OHice Assistant, 3, Class Officer, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Vice President, 4, Girls' "T" Club, 2, 3, 4, Most Athletic, 2, Senior Favorite, Most Versatile, Valentine Queen, 3, Homecoming Queen Candidate, 4, Mr. 81 Miss, Tyner Court, Senior Beauty. RACHEL KING-F. H. A., 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, 3, Girls' Chorus, 2, 3: Varsity Chorus, 2, Teenage Club, Treasurer, 3, Typing Club, 3. PEGGY LACKEY--F. H. A., 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, 3, Girls' Chorus, 2, 3, Varsity Chorus, 2, Teenage Club, Treasurer, 3, Typing Club, 3. Second Row: EMNIA JEAN LANGSTON-F. H. A., 1, 2, 3, Girls' Chorus, 2, 3: Varsity Chorus, 4, Teenage Club, 2, Typing Club, 3. BERNICE LIVELY-F. H. A., 1, 2, Parliamentairian. ll 4-H Clllbv 1, 2, Song Leader, Reporter, 1, Travel Club, 4, Mathematics Club, 2, 3. and SANDRA LONGWITH-Torch, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 3, 4, F. H. A., 1, 2, Travel Club, 3, 4, Vice President, 4, Pep Club, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Alternate, 4, Volleyball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain, 3, Volleyball All-Star Team, 3, 4, 9th District All-Star Basketball, 4, "T" Club, 2, 3, 4, Football Queen Candi- date 1, Junior Play, Mr. 81 Miss Tyner Court, Health Award 4. FRAN LUTHER-Torch StaB', 3, 4, Circulation Manager, Associate Editor, 4, National Honor Society, 4, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4, Vice President, 4, F, H. A., 3, Travel Club, 4, Drill Team, 3, 4, Senior Play, Varsity Chorus, 4, Delegate to Tennessee Press Association, 3, 4. Bottom: JIM MASSINGILL-Library Assistant, 1, 2, 3, Art Club, 1. RAYMOND McCOY-Football, 3, 4, F. F. A., 1, 2, "T" Club, 3, 4. JEAN MERONEY-F. H. A., 1, 2, Bookstore Assistant, 3, 4, Typing Club, 2. MARCIA MILLS-Tri-Hi-Y, 4, F. H. A., 1, 2, Recreation Club, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Marching Band, 1, 2, 3, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Volleyball, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Senior Favor- ite, Most Athletic, 4, Girls' "T" Club, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Chorus, 3, 4, Best Girl Athlete, 4. JOHNNIE MOORE-National Honor Society, 3, 4, F. H. A., 1: Drill Team, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Library Assistant, l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, 3, President, 4, Student Council, l, 2, 3, Most Courteous Girl, 2. iv 'l..".':"' 'Q' Top: ANN MORRIS--Torrfz Staff. 1. Circulation Nlanaglvrz National Honor Society. 3. fl. Secretary, 1: Tri-Iii-Y. 1: Y-Teens. 3. 1. Nici' President. 4: F. Ii. A.. 1. Drill Team. l. 2: Nlajorvttfz 3. 1: Library Assistant. 1. 2: Clas- Ullicer. Sec-rt-tary. 2. Reporter. 3. Reporter. 11 Senior Beauty. ILONA MOSS'--Tri-Ili-Y. iz Travel Club. 1: Oiliri' A-sistant. 1. RANDY CTNEAL--Rf-creatittn Club. 2. 3: Travel Llub. 3. 1: Pro- jectors' Club, 2, Football. 23, 1: Class Ufiirm-r. XlI'4'-PTl'Sl1l4'IlI, 3. Secretary-Treasurer. 1: "T" Club. 3. 1: Senior linoritf-. lit--i Personality. VIVIEN ORTONfTurrlz Staff. 3. 1. Reporter. 3. Typist. 1: Na- tional Honor Society, 3. 21: Tri-Hi-Y, l. 2. 3. 4, Secretary.3.Cl1aplain. 4: F. H. A.. 2: Travel Club. 1: Drill Team. l. 2. 3. l. Captain. 3. Drill Major, 4: Senior Play: Varsity Chorus. 1. 2. 1: Rf-rl Cross. Secretary, lg Typing Club. 3: Senior Beauty. DON PAGE4Trayel Club: Football. 3, 4: Mr. 8. Miss Ty ner Court. Bottom, First Row: RICHARD POSEY-Recreation Club. 3: Boxing. 3. Manager. 1: HT" Club. 4. MARIE POTTER-National Honor Society, 3, -1. Treasurer. 4: Tri- Hi-Y, 4: F. H. A.. l, 2. 3. Historian, 2: Travel Club. 3. 4: Pep Club. 2, 3, 4: Drill Team, 1, 2: Library Assistant. 1, 2, 3. 1. Yive Pre--imlent. 1, 4, Secretary, 3, President, 2: Valedirtoriang Varsity Chorus. 1. 2, 3: D, A. R. Award, el: Choral Club. 1. 2: East Tieiinvssm- Library Assistants Conference, Reporter. 1. English Awarfl. 1: Library Award, 4: Valetlictorian. ARTHUR "BLTCH'A QUARLliSfRetrt-ation Club, 1. 21 Nlatii Club, Art Club. FLOYDENE REAGAXgDrill Team. 3. 1: Volleyball. 3. lg Art Assistant, Junior and Senior Plays. DON REYNOLDS-TALLY-HO Staff. Sports Erlitor. 3, Feature Editor, 4: Key Club. 3, 1: Recreation Club. 1. 2, 3: Trawl Club. :lg Marching Band, I. 2. 3: Junior Play: Senior Play: Boy? State Delegate, 3: Delegate. Tennessee High School Journalism Institute: Hr. 81 Miss Tyner Court: Danforth Awarrl 1. Second Row: PATRICIA RIDDLE-National Honor Society, 4: F. H. A.. l. 2. Reporter, lg Marching Band. l, 2, 3: Library Assistant. 3. 4: Art Club, 3: Bible Club, 1. 2: Varsity Chorus, 2, 4. PEGGY RINKS-F. H. A., 1, 2. 3: Girls' Chorus. 2, 35 Varsity Chorus, 4: Teenage Club: Typing Club. 3. BARBARA SCOTT-National Honor Society, 1: Tri-Hi-Y. 3, 4, Secretary, 4: Recreation Club, 1: Travel Club, 2. 3. 1: Pep Club. 1, 2: Drill Team, l, 3: Office Assistant. lg Senior Play. JOYCE SCROGGINS-F. H. A., 1, 2. 3: Omer' Assistant. -1. LAMAR SLICER-Library Reading Club. 3: Typing Club, 3. f en iam B lf 23 , Wy ,gf eniom , 0, ogy Top, First Row: GWENDOLYN SMITH-Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4, Recreation Club, 3: March- ing Band, 1, 2, 3: Basketball, 1, 3, 4: Volleyball, 1. 3, 4, Varsity Chorus, 3, 4, Swing Band, 1. 2. 3: Football Queen Candidate, 1. ALICE STEPHENS--National Honor Society, 4: F, H, A., 1, 2, 3: Library Assistant, 2: Office Assistant, 1, 2, 3, 4. BETTE STERCHI-Torch Staff, 4: National Honor Society, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y, 4: Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 2, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Treasurer of 4-H Honor Club, 3, 4: Marching Band, 1. 2, Office Assistant, 1, 3: Senior Play: Cirl's State Delegate, 3: Kiwanis 4-H Award, 3: Varsity Chorus 4: 4-H Club State Congress, Music Award, 4. BARBARA SWAFFORD-F. H. A.. 1, 2, 3, Office Assistant, 1, 2: Typing Club, 3. DANA SWISHER--National Honor Society, 3. 4, Tri-Hi-Y, 3, 4: Sergeant-at-Arms, 4: Recreation Club. 2: Travel Club. 3, 4. R8- porter. 3: Drill Team. 2, 3, 4: Oliice Assistant. 2, 3. 4: Senior Play: Betty Crocker Homemaker Award, 4. Second Row: HERSCHEL THACHfRet-reation Club, 3: Marching. 1, 2, 3: Boxing. 2, 3. 4, Captain, 4: "T" Club, 2, 3. 4. KENNETH WALKER-Key' Club, 2, 3, 4, Travel Club, 3, 4, March- ing Band. 1: Senior Play Cast: Stage Crew, 1. 2, 3, 4, Vice- President, 2, 3, President, 4. I.onnie,Tri- LONNIF, WELCH--Key Club, 3, 4, Travel Club, 2, 3: Latin Award. 2. BETTY WILLIAMSON-National Honor Society, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y, 4, Y-Teens, 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter, 2, Vice President, 3: F. H. A.. 1, 2, 3: Travel Club. 3: Marching Band. 1, 2, 3, Bookstore Assistant. 3. LAVONDA WILSON-Tri-Hi-Y, 4: F. H. A., 1, 2, 3: Travel Club. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, Pep Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 2, Presi- dent, 3, 4, Drill Team, 1: Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4: Football Queen Candidate, 3, Varsity Chorus, 2, 3, Librarian. 2: Best Personality. 2. Choral Club 1, ' Bottom: MAX VVILSON-Key Club, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 3, 4: Teenage Club, 3. HUGH WOODEN-Recreation Club. 31 Travel Club, 3, 4: Tram- poline Club, 2. SANDRA WRIGHT-Torch Staff, 3, 4, National Honor Soeiety. 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3. President, 4, F. H. A., 1, 2, Recreation Club, 2, 3, Travel Club. 2, 3, 4, Drill Team, 1: Basketball, 2. 3, 4: T, V. C., All-Star Team, 4, Volleyball, 2, 3, 4. Captain, 3, Botxlisluft: Assistant, 2. Class Ollicer, 2, 4, Reporter, 2, President, 4: Junior Play, Student Council Vice President, 4: Val- entine Queen 2: Football Queen Candidate, 4, Key Club Sweetheart. 4, Hi-Y Council Secretary, 4: Choral Club, 1: HT" Club, 2, 3. 4: Varsity Chorus. 1, 2, 3: 'Nliss Tyner Health Award. l: P.T.A. 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TED 0'NEAL BARBARA ORR STANLEY OWENS JERRY OWENEY JOE PLEMONS LJELBA POEF NANCY POTTER SANDRA POTTER JERRY PRESSLEY JESSE PRESSLEY SOFA 0l'l'l ored SAMMIE VARNELL JIIE WALDUN VIRGINIA WALDUN BJICKY WALKER PATRICIA WATERS RUBY WVATERS DELURES WATKINS DIANE WELCIIANCE JUDY WELLS BUDDY WYHITAKER HILTUN WVIIITE HAROLD WILLIAMS linux WILSUN BUBISY YULNC V R. ,J KENNY SHORT BILL STERCIII sl Q 1 BUDDY SIIRQPSI-IIRE CARUL TAYLOR L-, ' K J I , -ffl., , ,A A ,kg A W ' I-AVON SIMPSON ANNA RUTH TIIUYIAS A JANIH SNEED LUYD Tmm Aff, b ' A ',': ' " A ' 5 ' 5 4 " . NELL UNDERWIIUD iff. V JK 1 ' V S r,: .Sz . ff' A 5 ,wg , ' ' A AJ A- I ,,4T' ' v A H A J L 'A ' 1 " A Y V 6 an of 5 A- I AA A A 1. L ' , ,-.,', A EAW 11 Q. I A L V A . R Q' ' -'P+ -'zz ag SX- A-,sa : I2 A I L -Y I - , I' .-W7 4,24 . . -1-Tffaggfgp-W f My - mifii 'V' Q A 3' 'V' f If ' I' -+. f.h Ii-g 1 '1loui1 f We - ze. 1 K A fs ' - 4 V' 'fu M sf .. , 1 . fi? fa s,n,,,MW 1, s if '15 -. o?WT infix h .,-, ,, if LINDA I-SAVES HOWARD FA ldklilflk Editor Business Manager BIRS. YY'00D.iRD DIRS. lloxvrikn Sponsor 5P0n50r Top-Bill Davis, Assistant Business Man- ager: Judy Jones, Copy liilitorg Don Rep- nolrls, Feature- Editorg Murilp n Harris, Art N Editorg Jonnie Krueger, Typist. Boltomv- ' Linda Coppinger, Junior Business Man- ager: Kay Brown, Junior Editor: Randall ZJQJJO gay The staff of the 1958 TALLY-H0 can now resume lives of normal people. We can even waste time if we want to. No deadlines to meet, copy to write, or ads to sell. But we shall take with us the satisfaction of knowing that, for a while, we were above average, ordi- nary people. For a while, we took our place with previous staffs as loyal supporters of THS, as leaders in school life. Our compensa- tion for graduating from the TALLY-Ho Staff will he the record of our school year, the 1958 TALLY-HO. Corvin, Sports Editor: Fruncelia Krueger, Business Statfg Harold Williams, Photo- graphy. ,f 4. , vi-'try 2 ff " 46' if 214 N.-thi Y COLQl ITT Ediior QYI W IA BROWN N Arhst Bl' T1 I- STI' RI HI Reporter Reporter N ernhus fthe lon 11 Niall are sc lfctc-rl for their lIIlllEil1Xf' ro op CI'Hl.1OIl dependabllltx and thex n1uQt he good Lngllsh Student- fhv Torch room lm the Qccne of much aCl1X 1ty paltlcularly bum BQ pubh Catltlll flax uQuallx Pxers two weeks approachex The Torch haQ re Cen ed a ratlng of Excellent for the pact two xearc at the Tenne see Prew AQNOCIQUOII and QendQ repreQentat1xeQ to Qexeral conwntlons, annually FRAN Ll Till' R WIWIFN ORTON PERRY Gl BGS Hake I ll P dllor Tw put Arhst BARBARA B u I saxlm x n Rlhl-ll Feature lwhtor NIWFN Nllffvl' --- AVA: , . HABQN 1.6451 y Ml NAOMI BROI lx RrD0rter WINS Rl Bl DI N1 AN Sponsor ANN VIORRIN I nvulahon Wlnnal-.f"' IJARII N 'SIARI IN Prmluvtlon Pdxior "MF GLENN slab-RI-s'l Sports Editor RAY HOLDANAX NANDRA LONK WITH Blll sTl'R1 Ill IONNII- WIIIIANIN I rmtrr Tx lllif Prlnter Reporter r f e E 5 I l l K+." 'dh YS' gy 1, X ' 1 ff- 5' A are ing gand Due to the conflicting schedule the marching band did not perform at all half-time festivities at all football games as they had done in the past. How- ever, the band did participate in two principal parades, Armed Forces Day and the Christmas Parade, and did perform at the Homecoming game fur- nishing the background music for the crowning of the football queen. MR. DON LANCASTER Director IYOOIHVIND-I-'irst Bow: Nancy Pot-ter, Betty Voss, Norma Brown, Dinah Meigs, Conner Gilbert, Jo Ann Baskette, Barbara Burnette. Sevoml Row: Linda Dotson, Shirley Smith, Patty Blass:-ngale, Susan Martin, Brownie 0'Connor, Janie Head, Fay Ballinger, Carolyn Jac-or-k-. Third Row: Phyllis Sherwood, Gail Goforth, Alive Ballinger, Joe Legg, Marie Graham, Sue Denton, Judy Fulmer, Conrad Harris. PERCUSSION-Johnny Culberson, Janie Grimes, Jack ie Brown, Claude Langley, Billy Hadden, Allen Owenby. n A l X 0l'lCel"f LOW' BRASS SECTION-First Row: Vl'alter Seaton, George Langley, Jwek Gray, Harold Cordell, David Jones, Sec-ond Row: !Villard Howard, l'hillip ttooden, David Howard, Gene Denham, Charles Killough. Third Row: Jerry Cotter, Paul Barrett, Jimmy Boydston TRUDIPET AND CORNET SECTION--First Row: Hilton W'hite, Charles Meigs, Jimmy Reagan, Lawson Horton, Fletcher Denton. Second Row: Hugh Martin, Ray Kennedy, Kenneth Dowlen, I-Id Burris, Clyde Massey. Third Row: Jerry Reynolds, Joe Buckley, Dick Benn, Charlton Ozburn, Jerry !Ynlfe, Joe Plemons. Members of the concert band could be seen about school sporting their new maroon jackets which they received for work both in concert and marching bands. The annual Spring Concert this year. under the capable baton of Mr. Lancaster. is one of the best which the band has given. Our band has also per- formed at the dedication of the new junior High building. Graduation. and Baccalaureate. 37 LINDA l'0I'l'lNl Drum Major First Row: Barbara, Ball, Bette Sterchi, Kara Oz- ment, Jonnie Kroeger, George Goforth, Randall Corvin, Helen Daugherty, Ann Dill, Particia Riddle. Second Row: June Belvin, Juanita Burrow, Glenda Varnell, Carolyn Grant, George Eaves, Jimmy Brown, Don Lerch, Butch Laster, Mareia Mills, Charlotte McKee, Nell Lynn, Brenda Henry. Third Row: Mary Lewis, Mary Ellen Hood, Margaret Humphreys, Kay Holder, Vivien Orton, Becky Arden, Stanley Lewis, MR. GENE MOORE Director Zack Carden, Gerald Sampson, Elaine Murray, Jean Randolph, Carol Martin, Tony Morrow. Fourth Row: Delores Kelley, Margaret Vaught, Roy Minor, Charles Brewster, Jerry Henry, Jackie Bozza, Wayne Tarpley, Alice Knight, Robbie Ball. Fifth Row: Linda Meroney, Rose Mayliall, Charlene Johnson, Patsy Steele, Vivian Schmitt, Lynette Bacon, Marilyn Mas- sengale, Nancy Cordell, Deone McDowell, Naomi Brock, Barbara Lively, Margaret McCoy, Fran Luther. KA 0l"l,l,:i Accompanist for the Varsity Chorus and all special programs for the school is Miss Judy Hunter. f J fffiv E- ,Rf I Xiiimkxggik w -ws ,: x kQ4'iZ',, xn n..- W L g 9 U9' f 19 ,H rv "- A135311- .aw 'aff 11 yliff? Q N, .1 ,' azz:- g at A ww 'X .iii Wx W 4 .5 ,fy ,f " GA BZFAII J 0125 These prgttv young ladies give of their time and efforts to promot e enthusiasm at all football and basketball games and pep meeting, Front Ioy Rogers Marilyn Harris Jonme Krueger Bark Pat Holder Sandra Longnith, IaVonda lhlson lmmla loppmger Glenda Ford to right Nlarthn Voss Delores lu-Iles Ann Horns lella Brooke and Evelyn Broun Head Wimorettes Lsnthm Nknpper Bel ks Arden Nelleda Toomey 1 arolwn Wiulklfl a oreffea 40 :. 'u ,. ". ' . ': . " - " - 1' ' ' 1' Adcling color and splendor to the halt-time festivities at the football ganxes, the majorettes make a pretty picture for all to see. Left - , Q, ' 1' . ' ' . . GIVE THE PERSON YOU CALL AT LEAST ONE MINUTE TO ANSWER POPI' PHPDS X N i- """1b- 125 .X4C!I'l'llI'll:5!I'CLfl0l'l 1 ' s ' 1 X 5 . ' l "' + I 5.-1 .- ' - , :l . i - git ,',. Q" Y QA A - . J A-. , 1 K, K I, 96- 1 X. A .x X X E 1 6 , 'jf I o 0 o W Sam I9 WCCOW Mr Sam P McConnell ls supermtendent of our Hamllton Countv Schools We were glad to have 1m at our commencement CXCTCIQCQ thls sear and other meetmgs and ex ents of thxs memorable s ear at Ty ner He has alwaxs shown an mtere t 1n our school and the schools of Hamllton County and we deem lt an 11 nor to hfue ,raduated under hrs leadership 5240! ZZWJ Educatlon composed of the follomlng Chalrman CharlesW Lusk ,Ir Board lVlembers SamW John son Dans l'lclr1dge Sam I' 'VlLConnell Roy A Scrugg and Ray W Exam lNotP1Ctured W C Cartmhour and Robert B Walker 42 I". . W Q . S . U c V U . . I For the first time we are picturing the Board of . , .g r , . - - , " I ' , . 1 ' , . . G C gufgnef Mr. C. C. Burgner has completed his thirty-sixth year as principal of Tyner High School. Through his energetic work and progressive leadership many improvements of educational facilities for the stu- dents of Tyner have been introduced. Recently Mr. Burgner was the recipient of several honors for him- self and Tyner, namely, the 30 year Knothole Certifi- cate, Meritorious Service 4-H Award, Life Member- ship in the P. T. A., a citation by the Hamilton County Board of Education on the 50th anniversary of the school, and election to Alpha, Scholastic Honorary Society of the University of Chattanooga. In 1954 the Tyner Alumni Association and P. T, A. jointly honored him with a "This Is Your Life" pro- gram. Mr. Burgner has seen the enrollment of the school grow from 100 to 1922 to 1109 in 1958, Dur- l Y . - l ing this time the faculty increased from 4 to 42 mem- bers. He holds the following degrees: B. A. Univer- sity of Chattanoogag M. A. University of Michigan, and LL. B. Chattanooga College of Law. r. gfiof Mr. T. Carlyle Elliott, assistant principal, came to us this year from Elbert Long School where he taught physical education, health and science. He is a grad- uate of Hixson High School and the University of Tennessee where he received his Master of Science degree. Already, he has won the esteem and respect of our student body. We welcome him and sincerely hope he will remain with us for a long time. Student Norman Ownby, Marv Arrants, Bill Ash Hilda Newman. J. L. Rollers- Mabel Lancaster, Charlie Barksdale, Frances Mirosl- arel, Lila Johnson. Allison, Jack W., Physical Education . . . .... Gym .1 Arrants, Mrs. Mary, Science ..... . Ash, B. E., Science .... . Bacon, Mrs. Mary, Science . . Bare, J. M., Mathematics . . Barksdale, C. E., History . . . . Burgner, Mrs. Imogen, Latin ..... Burell, F. L., Coach, Mathematics . . . . . . Carpenter, Mrs. Olwyn K., Art, English . . . Chaney, Miss Viola, English ......... Collins, Miss Jane, English . . . Duncan, Miss Ruby, English . .. Dunn, Ralph O., Mathematics, Science .. ...206J ...209J ...207.l ....201S ...107.l ....105S ...204-.1 . .... 308 S ...102.1 ...202.l ...203S ...104.l Edwards, George, Physical Ed., Health, Coach . . .Gym S Eslinger, Miss Patricia, Physical Education Fults, L. L., Mathematics, Social Studies . . . . . Garrison, Mrs. Ruth D., English ..... . Gloster, Mrs. Ann., Mathematics . Howard, Mrs. Montice, Librarian . Jacks, Mrs. Josephine, Nurse ........ Johnson, Mrs. Lila K., History, Algebra . . . .Gym J . . .104 S . . .207 S . . .106 .l .Library First-Aix . . .1025 L. L. Fults, Josephine Jacks, Jack Allison, Ralph Dunn, Jess Roberts t PM Rh I I lxatll W IB 8 0 Th NI nt I.1iiir'zislf-r, IMii.i5z1lisi ... ......... H2137 5 I,LiIlI'3Sl0I'. Niiw Nluiwl, Sfwiiil Flmlivs . .,l4ll ,I Mz1clfinx.j. I... Irifiuftriul 'Xrls .. H3132 5 NI 1w1: re. Cvne I... Nlusiv ......1...... H3065 Newman. Nlrs. Hilda. Hifllmuy. 51'if'n f'f' . . . ,. 14115 9 MINI: Page, Mrs. .Xnn.. Hmnv I'i1'UllHINif'r ...... HIOUJ Pultcir. Miss Marx' Min. Physical Hfillflltitlll .. ...fzylll S IHMS. Dun PIIUF,xlI'5.i.lll1liN'lilfi.. ifllglisli ..........,.,... 2015 Rial rfxl sun. Nirf. Kathi-ri 11c-, I3 :v1f kk +'4- ping. Typing M203 9 Hwlif.-rts. J. I... Niall 1efr11z1 tivs . . . ........ 2031 Iiwl vn-1' t-. Nlif. J. I... 5 e-1' iw-mix ... ..,. ....0fTif'c Rogers. J. L Chmiiistrx, l'l1wir-P. Cum-li . . . ..... 3114 S Simons. Hrs. ffwrrviiia. Hwnic Hvurimiiiu .... Hwnic lic. Siiialiwuoci. Wicyriiwii. llwzivii. Sricrivc . . Stukeiy. Mrs. Kfitiilemi. Hngglifli ...... . . , L.. Imhiftiml MIN ........... . 1503. ....216J Ann bloste-r, Katherine iluukwhury, lin-rn-nin Sinwn Ann Vugn-. Stooksbury. Miss Katiwrimx Huniv lfcwirimiiivs .Hwnw HV. Tailor. Mih ifmlilli. SilHI'lilZlIltl. Txpingi .... Tliimipsoii. MN, Imuisf-. lfngilish . . . . . .. . XYCIJIJ. NIiSS Virginia. xI1llilf'IIHliif'4 Wvuudard. MIN. i"1'aiir'4-s H.. llift-,rx Vugvl. Mrs, junc. Ff-vrvlury ...... .. . 5 H ...miss ....2HUj su-1, Irene Munn-, -lov Nhuhlux, Dun I on und student, Bob Wilson. OINUII ltirpintzr Wlurx Bac n Sn LII A H Q-hh hrrlne- It lnrs n In le- gnn Burgner ulmg.. X v ...IUJSS , gf. M 1 li 34 x W K 422 7 L mi U' 'rkfii W2 Aw K' wisbkikvfri AU? AMw k fffqfiwii gagging, gm- f 1 Q Q ,X 'Bri ff" '5453-5f..f ' 4 X, rw 'D LQ 22 x l isa 2 15:5 'YL x Y' Jai- vw!! 1 ,314 I ,Aw I ,- 3 tg.: .jg -.-Q--3 .,,.,1 W3 ' MMA F 5 mga: 1 4 max i Wai! P33755 if I iff H .I 1 , A ? ,t.i,f:'g.:f' .fn ' f S ti' H' -J AQ' 1, 'Zig if ,,.... MW A 5 q f gfifff, , Z Q , l rgzfjfl l , f,f ff rn 1,4 8 , . A 5 3 1. 3 ' .Q Y 37' , aivif .fi 1 wg 'T - wi ,gif 4 ' Lfv'.fL,. , 4'r1,: V ?'::fQ:s:f K' L-msmiie se sf' W in 'BVU -A SE R!!! .va- ,Ma .-my ww .,........----, .5 5513 AL' i i S , LX X S, , 2 1 V f H ,, . ,, A az - P T Q F 5 35 fx V '?, 1 1 ' rf 1 4 5 1 M 'Si k 5 f! A I 4 3 4, , Q' 1 an A My sw " ' I, M V S In ' LONG DISTANCE DOESN'T COST-IT PAYS i i L.. 2 i , , E: v S-A X, iw- rv DOYLE CAMP BOBBY BROYVN PAH. wmrmzu. Mown' m1.l.lARD RANDY o'sEAl. PHIL BACON enior l fig DON PAGE JOHN DAVYSON RAYMOND McCOY CHARLES FRYAR JIMMY BROVYN Homecoming Queen Candidates SEASON'S RECORD Whitwell . . ............. . . City ........ . . . Soddy Daisy . . , , , Hixson .......,. , , , Meigs ........... . . . , Nashville Central .., ,,., Red Bank ......... Polk County .... ,,,, Marion County ..,. ,.,, 2 6, Ooltewah ...... ,,,. 0 3 Compliments of LILES DRUG STORE Tyner Tyner Tyner Tyner Tyner Tyner Tyne-r Tyner Tyncr. . . Tyner. . ....l4 0 0 .....13 .....19 .....21 7 Top: Managers mend casualty Botlomg Captains Brown 81 Camp await the toss of the coin. 5 J. 3 ' . F is - w' N QQLI f '. ' ' 1 ,. . -33 hx Q f .1 v .f 1' Y iv 1 5 ' V N 0' S5 I ,X-QQEEKVBI daft Q iiv Xia? Whip 'GNU H mg 3 ' V' Y smfiiih y Q, H A 1 g F' 4 f af 15 W 41? Q- 4 fe -QW? M ' I QCII' , 'XY aff? 9 ' ,ff 1.53 f, , f .1 H Q. . 2 H I! ll N xy .J..- 1131 'Q 3' b 'Ci 1 3 I fi' M1 3' W 'rf f RWE I 5 if 1 ,Q f ag 1 I .. K Q15 W' 55' H. Si' e 2 . J is A J L 3 ff: i 5 . M5 0-W xg, Mg, wi Z?a4LefLa! Seated Phll Bacon J L Rogers Bobby Broun Qtamlmg Gene Bowl lu-nt Hmton Im- loft-r Kan kalex Lamar Nh-Dann-l Jern Always ready with encouragement and lnsplratlon for our basketball teams are the coaches, Mass Mary Ann Phil Bacon and Bobbv Brown, co captam and captain Potter and ,I L Rogers respectlvely SI Compllments of CHATTANOOGA MEDICINE COMPANY I . n U D Boyd,'CharleS Skinn9r,'Pal1l Cmnpbell, chilrlls Brewster, Tloby Ayre, liobbyAYoung: ' A , ' 4 GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM-Front: Donna Jo Lewis Sandra l ongwlth Vanin While Bark Bef kx -irden Nxluu Bunn W andn Ownby, Floydene Reagan Judv Jones sandra H nght LaKonmla W! :leon U!!! oxing Thie is the Tyner Golden Cloves team of 1958 consisting of Gene Haynes, David Alrles, Tommy Akine, Finley Haynes, Herschel Thach, Gary Beavers, Frankie Leamon, and their managers Richard Posey, Perry Guess. fKCl'II1il Broyles not pictured.j They received a beautiful sportmanship trophy presented by the Chattanooga .News Free Press for entering the Chattanooga Regional Cold- en Clovea without the aseietance of a coach or eponsor. NABORHOOD DRLG STORE gun GAB? fAe .yl'ltl"CL5?lfl6L6! galffll L '95, Q T X U Sportsmanship Award ..-3-+ , Lxneman of Year PHIL B-Xl ON PAI I I -XNIPBI' I I M ost Outstanding Athletes Most Outstandmg Back BOB BRO!! N and WIARCIA XIII LN D01 LL QAYII .!4fAAfLC .Award Wnnefd Football Captams, 58 59 RAAWDALL CARVIN lllll BOBBY BECKILTT Basketball Captains 53 59 han haley Charles Brewster Klan Lu-lvn tantrell and IS Donna Jo Lew 55 Compllments of WESCO PAVING N N A 'u ' 1 fd, . Vx x .... . my N 51:13 ' 4 . . ll 5 ll K Q. ,myt - Q, . A - f 'I' . . 4 -' ' ' ' Q 1 Q O ' 9 7 9 9 5 - - 1' V II l Y: 1 A .V l Y .I l I "N A GIRLS-First Row: Gwen Smith, Sandra Lonzwith, Marcia Mills. Second Row: Judy Jones, Mary Evelyn Cantrell, Donna Jo Lewis. Third Row: Margaret McCoy, Sandra YYrighK, Bar- bara Lively. BOYS-Herschel Thach, Toby A3 re, Perry Guess, Dick Posey, Bob Brown, Garfield Braden, Leon Thurman, Jimmy Brown, Mac Owenby, Howard Foster, Terry Keith, James Brown, Randall Corvin, Ted 0'Neal, Jimmy Davis, Bobby Beckett, Ray- d xICCO ' James Adams Charles Frvar Martin Brown, IBO!! 4 3 , , Doyle Camp, deny Henry, Phil Bacon, Charles,Brewster, Jackie Bona, Kary Kaley, Zack Carden, Joe Cofer, Bill Ashley, Paul Campbell, Lamar McDaniel, Dan Collins, Don Page. Compliments of SPORTSMAN DRIVE-IN " 'Um The HTH Clubs are composed of boys and girls who have lettered in Tyner's various vars- ity sports. We would like to recognize the many hours of hard work these boys and girls have spent in order that our school may have a well- rounded athletic program-and, we hope-an always successful one. CHECK NFORMATION CONSIDERA TELY n,N 'Sf Qs A ,ll tv 'f WM NIV, 14 f gf W if E ' Umm a 3 WWW Y XXXWNY' AN Q f' ff, 7, Q W .gutlellt .Z4CtlUltle5 Wafzona .jflonor oczefy Comphments of LEA'S FLOWERS First Row Bill Davrs Presrdent Lmda. haves Vu-e Presndeut Ann Morns Secreiary Mane lotter Treasurer Rohm Hood Reporter Second Row Evelyn Brown Delores Clark Nanq Colqmtt Faye DeLay Howard Faerber Thrrd Ron Judy Hunter Judy Jones Sandra Longwxth Johnme Moore huen Orton Fourth Ron Bette Sterchl Dana SWISIIQI' Beth Ihl lxamson Qandra W nght The purpose of the NHIIOHHI Honor Socxety, founded at Tyner ln 1941, IS to glVC recognltlon to those who show outstandlng character, schol arshlp, servlce, and leadershlp at Tyner We hope that 1n the future more people wlll reahze the greatness of thls orgaruzatlon and strlve to be a part of lt Y wr JM ,,, ,W ., lm W, 11 4, wa 225, 0 00 lf' QP 5 V 5 me 'J 11omp!i mentB V' ,T 'ff PARENT TEACHERS AS TION v E , ' 1 wx ff' 2? M 'ZW A 3 .M ww D HOWVARD FAI-:Rami BILL DAYIN JOE COFFR RAN DAI I conux HAROI D 1 Ansruxnnox President Vice President Secretary TYPR Url" RPI' riff The Key Club is a service and honor club made up of boys in the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes. Boys are elected to the club by vote of the faculty. The Tyner Key Club is sponsored by the Brainerd Kiwanis Club with E.V. tChickl Romito serving as the Chairman of the Key Club committee of the Brainerd Kiwanis Club. Mr, J. L, Roberts is faculty sponsor and has served in this capacity since the club was organized ten years ago. This year the club sponsored a Senior Day Dance and collected baskets of food for the needy at Christmas. The entire club attended the Key Club convention at Knoxville, and sixteen went to the Key Club convention at Louis- ville, Kentucky. First Row: Jimmy Akins, Phil Bacon, Winston Calloway, Perry Guess Ray Holdawav Robin Hood Second Row Kirk Johnson, Don Reynolds, Wlxyne Tarpley, KennethWalker Lonnie Welch Maxwell Wilson Compliments of CHATTANOOGA AREO SERVICE ..- Q p Q lil s:1ff1'5' -5, L f' "m f'1f-pf l I, fwmv V F JW, l J1 -I gh 7 , ' ffm-' y 'E 1 3 L gf 1 ' 2' +A- Q1 ' 1 A Q f A v sw .. .,,. 9 Navi AIV' A Mfr? L L 8 F7 ' ' ' ,Q VM Y 3 ww 26? OFFICERS - Nancy Vulquitt, Treasurer, Barbara Sq-utt, Sw'- retaryg Sandra Wright, Vrwi- dent: I-'ran Luther, Yic'v-l'resi- dc-nt: Vivien Ortun, Chaplain: Sylvia Broun, Reporter: Linda Eaves, Parliamentarian: Maril- Potter, District Reporter, jf- z- U Plll'p0S62 To vreate, maintain. and extend throughout the home-. sc-hool. coni- llllllllty. high stainlartls of Christian living. Thr- Tri-Hi-Y Wai Started zihoul c-ight years ago. Thr- vluh has von- lilll'lt'll several money making projem-ts, such as 1-ake salffs and a sham- poo sale. Their projcvt for this your was aflding SPYPII new lbCllt'll8S to lhf' svhoul vampus. MISS RUBY DUNCA N Sponsor Front: Dann, Swisher, Evelyn Brown, Murily n llurria, Barbara Ball, Ruby Broun, Nellvda 'l'o0nie,, 591-,md Row: yi,-ien Orton, Becky ardeu, Betty Nterclu, Janig Grimes, Joy-Rogers, llenese l-Iavea, Carolyn Nlidkitf. Thinl Kms: B4-tty Williamson, Ilona 31055. Barbara Scott, Glenda ford, Blame' Qotter,'l'yntlun Skipper, Nancp Cordel 1, Carolyn Smuler, lgapk, Num., fulquin, Sandra wright Judy Jones, Marcia Mnls, La! onda Wilson, Gwyn Smith, Sylvia Brown, June Belvin, Judg Hunter, Jeanie Thompson. fr- 1 X' 4 l 1 - A NA KN we 'ts Seated: Mary Ellen Hood, Barbara Ball. Second Row: Bette Sterchi, Phyllis Sherwood, Joy Rogers, Peggy Kelley, Ann Morris, Judy Jones, June Gilreath, Sharon Morris, Judy Moon, Denese Eaves, Joan lYalker, Freda Colquitt, Franc-es Mabry, Linda Holland. Third Row: Peggy Bratcher, Joyce Cope, Glenda Akins, Bobbie Brooks, Glenda Norrell, Vharlotte Brown. MRS. RUTH GARRISON Sponsor The Y-Teen Club has done many things for Tyner in the nine years it has been organizedg first under the leadership of Mrs. Correnia Simons, and now sponsored by Mrs. Ruth Garrison. The annual potato chip sale sponsored by the Chattanooga YWCA has been won by the Tyner Chapter for the last seven years. Various gifts-such as the lec- turn for the stage, the train used by Miss Tyner, and a new trophy ease have been given to the school by the club. 11725 agx BETTE STERCHI ANN MORRIS JUDY Jonas PHYLLI5 SHERYYOOD SHARON MORRIS President Vice-President Sec,-em,-y Treasure, Reporter V ' as ' , ATV. V All Compliments of M. H. HUNDLEY GENERAL MERCHANDISE ah 1'f ' fy, z,, V . . HOWARD FAERBER SANDRA WRIGHT MARILYN HARRIS JONNIE KROEGER CAROLYN MIDKIFF KAY BROWN President Vice-President Committee Secretary Recording Secretary RGDOHPY 'l'l'eBSlll'Pr The duty and purpose of the Student Council is to consider and take action on anything pertaining to student government. The council also strives to foster a spirit of cooperation among the students and faculty. It endeavors to maintain a high standard of personal conduct for the school. The Student Council is a practical means by which students may gain experience in govern- ment and leadership. The council was unable to function completely this year because of the split schedule, However, the council officers sponsored a party after the Homecoming Game and a Valentine Party, as well as the Goodwill Clothing Drive. Miss Barbara Ball was honored at a party given by the Student Council after the homecoming game. The Student Council's successful annual Valentine Dance was given the name "Sweetheart Swing" this year. Compliments of SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY .STuJenf Counci The Student Council officers attended a convention at the West High School in Knoxville last year. Our versatile and popular president is shown at the Senior Day reception. ali I . ,gh .V A Hr, 5 f PGUQK Travel. enjoyment, and education are the themes of the Travel Club which is composed of students from ninth through the twelfth grades, Unfortunately this year because of the split schedule and the illness of the sponsor, the annual trip was not taken. Previous to this year trips have been made by the club to Nashville. New York. Washington, and New Orleans. . 9 SLN Q ' ' W I D ' L. L. FULTN Sponsor A 'f K if if are Swisher, B. Bowman. Second Row: L. Wilson, B, Ball, M. Pot ter, D. Igou, C. Williams, C. Skipper, C. Miclkiff, C. Sowder I. Moss. Back Row: Mr. Fults, L. Forgey, J, Fulmer, J. Rogers B. Arden, J. Grimes, B, Cole, D. Eaves, F. Dt-Lay, F. Krueger B. Lively, L. Longwith, J. Jones, E. Brown, N. Colquitt. Seated: Jeanie Thompson, Rqmru-rg Barbara Ball, Treasurer: Linda Eaves, Secretary Standin ' Judy Jones Pres 1 . ' K- . - identg Nainlra Longwith, Yicefpreg- dent. ex' Front: D. Collins, B. Scott, G. Rhinehart, R. Brown. N. Cordell, J. Thompson, B, Quarles, D. Steele, B. Sterr-hi, Y. 0rton, B. iVillismson, M. Harris, S. Wright, N. Toomey, I-1. Murray, D. v I fb'-E -Q tw, , One activity of the girls is serving dinners and refresh- ments for special occasions of the school. Here the girls are enjoying desserts they made as a class project. Sandra Potter is shown looking over a new issue at the reading center which provides the latest pattern books, fashion magazines, and reference books for the girls' use. JOHNSON AND WORLEY SERVICE STATION Z? L gore afswlania -no Jane Hardnng Patsy Waters Juanita Burrow Jean Wieronev L vary aawlanfa Seated Kharlotle Nh-lu-P Julna Combs Delores Clark lohnnu- Nu e Moore 'Vlanelotter l'aweDe Lay Ntandmg Sue Nh-C orkle- Sandra Partlrla Riddle T' Compliments of CHICKAMAUGA SPORT SHOP O f , ,A V , M- 6 M ,,,. Y W Y- f .. f - ""' "W ' - - U ! QA 0 liish, .lorce Cope,AJuanifa Hensley, Pflggy lfllh9l'50Il,' Muze-lle llin dgey, JHZIARHIPFP, Carol Taklor, Rs-bfi Joyce Mvlileehzln, Daisy liar-mtl, U Vt K 'n ... E7 1 - X 'Er ,M ' , 2' nf I 5 w V. , 4 -.q I A., ,..v.....M.m.wn.ww4Ww. N-4 ..M,..., , W., W . .X-.Af W..-.W 4' v ,,,,,,,,,,..,w..,.-V 4-4 H- Seated: Barbara Knight, Mrs, Roberts, Alice Stephens, Anna Ige C olluke. Standing: Barham Swafford, Nelda Bush, Alice Ballinger, Joyce Scroggins, Bobbie Brooks, Jean Randolph, June Gilreath. Barbara Grey, Barbara Orr, Judy Munn. Compllments of . 4153 'M ll NILLLINb a 8: 10 68 A PROMPT ANSWER MAY SA E YOU FROM MISSING A CALL '15 -1-y ,--A-,l ,.:.J,, 1 I " V4 1 1 i g lm if Z. '-1 ' . J " Qin, Ofg moblle accldent and dled several days later Actxve 1n sports and other act1v1t1es of the school Jerry wlll be mlssed by all his frlends classmates and teachers 70 I Jerry Henson, popular member of the Freshman class, was injured in a fatal auto- , . . . , , I 0 gl"85AI'l'l8l'l FIRST ROW: T. Akins, W. Amburn, F. Ballinger, J Banther, P. Barrett, S. Beavers, T. Briggs, D. Briggs L. Blackstock, L. Blackwell. SECOND ROW' N Bolton V Boshears .l Boyd J Bramlett J Brown I Brown J L Brown J Burger P Burnette P Burnette THIRD ROW L Burns B Burnum E Burris D Byrd V Campbell M Campbell C Carr D Cham bers D Chambers FOURTH ROW M Clark J Clark I Clayton B Cole A Collake F Colqultt G Condra H Cordell J A Corvln K Cox L Cross FIFTH Row: J. Culberson, G. Cunningham, R. Darnell, C. Davis, C. Davis, M. Davis, V. Davis, J. Deal, A. Dean. SIXTH ROW' N Denton P Denton .l Dickey M D111 L Donaldson L Dotson C Duggard .l Eaton D Eaves T Elder SEVENTH ROW L Elrod L Emmett B Evrtt J Far rell S Faulkner M Forgery B Foster M Frame MQ ik? iw: 3 Ag. gm My -ff A -glib mmm 1 Alma. I.. f-'-'65 WSIB' I' 95? ,Aix , 'am -new "WG 1-.px-mf at Asagt. W G J HUM!! 215 Gt A-rf' W AW, sis, f BLM Qnxg..- mir HWQX my ASL airrvi-..1't.f ...gi I WMB ass My 1-fn 'it g L aaa ag.. A... WN we 5 QQ N An fi' QLAAQAA. SCX Xn..'w.... 5 gm 35 Q Compllments of . . , . , . , . l . . , . , - 9 ' s - 9 ' 9 ' ' 1 ' ' 1 s - 9 ' 9 ' 9 ' 9 . , . . . , . . : , , . , . ' , . : . , . , . ' , . - 9 ' 3 - 9 ' 9 ' ' 9 ' 9 ' 9 ' 7 ' ' e ' ' : . I , . , . , . , - . 9 - , - , . , . . 3 ' 5 ' ' , ' . 'wg' , l . .T 5 . I . T .4 i . ie.. 1 T iw eo W I- I , , .I I . , if ' E , R 'A L E . 2':' T . ff R - I . -if 'R f za 1 .. F a . :vs-. ..A f , vz. , K , . .ky N .. M 2, m ,.fl 7 F, C He , Q . y . . 1'r A ,.., I if -, f if v"Ffi""1f .. I I .tr Y ' I ' B W ii' A' , ' L vii' f 1, , :W .,., 1.1 fri : 7 , 3 A ,:'-l Re i! , I A ' , .. gg I . .E I 71 52-Q 14 I... 'I,, J Q 4 . X so I V l' .IW V' is ? A L ,f . f l - fly , 4, Q K - L . nn l A ,J ....e R A. C B. H A f ... . 2. I . lf. s f . W R .B I -. ...I I . A . . : il Q' i s - - l 1 , tlfi 2 my , -" -- ' T V an T ' if ' Dill I C 4 a f 3 ' 4, m l. ,::I . ' 7 W 1 -V '5 . Q fx Pg. R 1 S.. rw.. -21 . , ' 4? I . ' . I -I ,. 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JA ' ll 4' Vzv H il ' .I ,qyq 7,-f I Lvl. 'U vi m,,,,b E- Q5 an 'Sr E TBTIT B .I ew I H lt! , I - I , ' 2 an-"f I A 'Z'-T, 9-'Q' a 'wW -fl I Jll I ...Q 51'-ff ' I I If 5 V J 0 T. Al 'D I " fl ll' , T: I J 4 'ffl I 1, , I ,,, fl' fe" -7 , D '39 5 J J YW' f I 43, Y p ,J , V 1, I V V 42 Y A - ' "" I--4 H ' U -1" I 4 V 5 I .Q K A qv ll ' I h I I I . 2,5 4, 'T Q 141 J ' , If , , L 4 A zzz A X 4 N ' I A . Compliments of AI . me-dame gI"85Alfl'lQl'l FIRST ROW: V. Mills. A. S. Moore. W. Morgan. B. Myers. K. Myers. J. Nelson. E, Noll. L. Norton. B. 0,Connor, C. Orr. SECOND ROW A Owenby W Owenby P Parrott T Peckmpaugh G Pelham R Pendergraph B Perry C Perry J Petty J A Phllhp THIRD ROW W Plckett B Ramsey C Ramsey L Redd G Rhea E Rhmehart J Rober on C Rohm son R Roach E Roddy FOURTH Row R Scott J Shell V Sllvey K Sums J Slaughter P Smlth S Smlth D Snow P Steele L Sterchl FIFTH ROW: L. Stokes. T. Sweeney, C. Taylor. W. Taylor. D. Thames. W. Thomas. G. Tinker. J. Tucker L. Turner. R. Turner. 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A, t g VV xx I ., A -F1 V V 4 -I A 1 h yt I , I t , X I ' vis Q 'W 55, Q' ' It ' if .S I , ..-L. --fs I I, I.. L 1 I K -I v4 if y V, W gg ex I an , ' 3 T, ' l' Q Y ' 1 1 I at Wt A 1 of TQ g i key W l g ,Af Q A A Al 5 "aww . t w, 1 I I , We T T4 A I 'Q 'R"l 7 K Y I , ,Q x if - gfa 0 SSN ,y 1 A 1 mvndi: w' OFFICERS-Brenda Aldridze, Repurterg Doris Harden, Business Manager: Boyd Rep nolds, Vice-President: Roy Guess, Prfs-aident: Rap Guess, Ser-retary. Classroom Activities: Left-In Home Economicsg Bottom in English and Math. M gi, mf' gf, 5 Compliments of EAST BRAINERD WATER WORKS aw g...1. FIRST ROW: C. Abernathy, n. Adams, G. Akins, B Aldridge, J. Allen, P. Ashley, N. Atchley, C. Bacon, F. Bacon, L, Bacon, S. Banther. SECOND Row: J. Bates, M. Beek, J. Benton, R. Ber- trand, G. Blackwell, S. Bible, R. Bolton, K. Brannam C. Brewer, R. Brock, B. Brooks. THIRD Row: C. Brooks, D. Brown, E, Brown M, Burnette, C. Burnum, B. Burris, N. Burton, R Byers, C. Callahan, R. Campbell, S. Campbell. 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G 1 I l rn 1..4k.'l 1 m ' Pi " I , x 1' ' I Compliments of T. U PARKS fi2,z.ft gmz. FIRST Row: C. Norman, J. Norman, D. Norton, B. Orr, D. Pardon, L. Parker, F. Parrott, F. Peckin paugh, E. Petty, J. Petty, S. Phillips. SECOND Row: A. Plemons, J. Poe, L. Potter, S Powell, J. A. Ramsey, S. Ramsey, Read Randolph, Jr. J. Read, J. Redmon, J. Reed, E. Reed. THIRD ROW: B. Reynolds, J. Richey, K. Richie J Roberson, D. Roderick, B. Rogers, W. Rogers,,Ti Salmond, C. Sattereld, S. Shell, N. Shirley. FOURTH Row: B. Shoemaker, C. Summers, C, Sims B. Skipper, N. Sledge, C. Smith, N. Smith, W. Sneed W. Sterchi, C. Stephens, F. Stewart. s 9 FIFTH Row: P. Stewart, P. Suit, B. Tarpley, P Tankersley, K. Thomas, F. A. Thomas, J. Thomas, S Thomas, S. Thomas, B. Thomas, P. Thomas. SIXTH Row: T. Thomas, B. Thompson, H. Thompson S. Tims, D. Vaught, K, Walker, J, Watkins, J. War rick, W. Water, M. Welch, D. Williams. SEVENTH Row: J. Williams, S. Williams, R. Wolfe M. Wooden, S. Wooddin, H. Woody, R. Wooten, D Wright. 1- 0 pw! W - M ,Gi ,- so , - 1 0 ' . fb -,i'm 'i .ar . 1 . fi ' 'F' B fix as 'T' Y ' 1 5' ..,.v , V i, ., . ' K I 4 AN a.. sf - if . to all -., V- -z.:-f -. 4. . :.. R .1 'W I I R 'Q , is I 1 ' . ,. Y ,.,l E T. , aff I f Q .2 ., ' I ,Q : G gf? Q Am 'Q.gKX+. io .f'.. ' . I .R 1 uf ff I K fs . aaaa . Q. e M p N 63, V, A , 'S w + fl -ff as 1. 'Y 1 ,. 'I " ".f?u..,. v I., X f . J ' fm, i - V A Y' .X ...l ' -fi .-. I 'H .. ... . ff "W-W' 1 ' -a . ..., .. . F .55 as J ' .lly .Ha W T K S '- . QVV ' f . u . it . i if Yrll D 3 D' P P bL, mffff' Ye A ' . v A ' W' M Compliments of 'X -at 7- 3 KAY'S ICE CREAM Y ellen fA gift Je OFFICERS-Glu-nn W'oma1-k, Business Manage-rg Freida Whalker, Vice-l'l'PSiflf'llf: Laura Holcomb. Rl'D0l'tPl'Z Liildl DBVN. PYPSMYUQC Phyllis Murray, Secretary. 12.1 Left: "Coach" Barksdale is caught resting on the job. Bottom: Seventh graders feed their faces. A popular seventh grade math teacher is Mrs. Closter. ,- QW L: If "N"-s Compliments of KAY'S ICE CREAM eUeI'lfA Gracie FIRST Row: P. Alexander, J. Allgood, 0, Ault, B. Avans, J. Avans, B, Barnett, B. Baugh, S. Blizzard. SECOND ROW: J. Bolt, P. Boyd, S, Bozza, B. Braden, J. Brady, F. Bramlett, B. Branam, J. Brockman. THIRD ROW: P. Brook, D. Brown, J, Brown, B. Broyles, H. Brumlow, W. Burton, B. Cate, J. Cloudus. FOURTH ROW: E. Colquitt, S. Combs, W. Connally, C. Cook, B. Daniel, P. Darnell, L. Davis, M. Davis. I F I 4, Q A , -. I of Six - I .,. 'I A 4 , : V 7 f . . . , . , -' ,fm xyn , L, V N , ls 'f iffy' . . .1 - v. -: 2 ,Rl , . .iiL..n 4' My gal 5-B1 5 .ef fl FIFTH Row: D. Dean, R. Dean, S. Deerman, D. Hill, J. Dooley, R. Duggard, D, Dunn, A. Elder. SIXTH ROW: C. Ellis, R. Farrow, R. Fish, A. C. Fletcher, J. Fletcher, B. Foster, J. D. Cass, J, J. Gil- reath. SEVENTH Row: M. Ginn, G. Goggins, J. Goodwin, D. Grant, E. Grant, L. Greene. 4 Q he y R, Lf VV Q3 " . sa I . . I . ba ww- BI ' Q09 milf 'R W B Q iii Y' tu f k V A N. : .' -i 31' x Q bg I 2 7 f ' "' I H A .. . ... X P 1 I W I W .- ' H I fnr. I " 'Iet -2. 4 51 3" ' at ,. ' - . Q . , K - -, ,g . ' A . , , Q. X' . .af ' - 1' .. A .- 4 '- A ' rf 1 "2 ' f 1. .ue I... Q E i l'W .W .- H' 4 ' Compliments of 3... . ii .,q..H RAY MOSS FIRST ROW: H. Culbion, P. Hall, A. L. Hannah, T Harden, D. Harding, C. Harrell, T. Hays, E. Henry SECOND How. L. Henry, B. Hicks, J. Hill, R. Hire. W. Hogan, C. Hoge, L. Holcomb, F. Holdeman. THIRD ROW: R. Holland, S. Howard, S. Huddleston J. Hudson, A. Hydas, K. Jackson, B. Johnson, J. John son. ellen QIHCIQ FOURTH ROW: S. Johnson, W. Jones, A. C. Kennedy, M. Knox, D. Koons, J. Lane, D. Leamon, D. Lindsey FIFTH Row: K. Lindsey, E. Lively, S. McCuiston, M. McCary, L. McKee, D. McKee, T. McKee, N Mack. SIXTH Row: D. Manning, A. Marshall, B. Massingale, L. Matheny, J. Merritt, J. Miracle, C. Moore, D. Moore. SEVENTH ROW: J. Moore, J. Mosier, P, Murray D, Norman, M. L. Norman. . I -A li iii? ,V H 4' 8 sw H A Z "ee- N f 2 ge - Qt! ' ."' ji f .X i n K " 'i W f n f N X - V ,,, M y U ' I I.. I T . 'H-if H HH He . . r . I A Q . F . .r' i . . f. . . Z - ii? V Zh if A .,,,,, if 4 M, -fa -I ... I' I I 1' 'T i ' lea I . . ,-- ... , F . . ' H T f'r ? .. 5 , Compliments of RAY MOSS 5 eUel'lfA 90610 FIRST Row H Ollver R Ollver C Orr L Orrell C Patten J Perry M Pecklnpaugh P Peters SECOND Row J Plke M W Pope K Quarles Randall R Rann J Ray M Reagan M Reed THIRD Row P Reed M Rhodes R Riddle W Rlddle P Roberts H Roddy M Roderick B Rogers FOURTH Row 0 Schmltt B Scogglns E Scoggms F Scott D Selvxdge G Sewell T Short G Slm 6' Si 'ami i i if tim? 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Far- row, C. Killough, T. Elder, D. Kelley, J. Haynes. D Chambers, J. WVBIQ-rs, T, Elder, T. VYilllams, inehart. we 'P fu g...- :Z -Y qg ,,- e M, J, vmy Ng pjfizgg-g ""?'f sn DU' -XM gina! Front: H. Cordell, J. Fan-ow, D. Chambers, G. Mathis, P. Barrett. J . Waters. Second Row: D. Kelley, D. Biggs, J. Legg, T. Sweeney, J Haynes, T. Williams. Back: J. Lewis, G. Haynes, C. Killougfh, C. Taylor, L. Emmett. jooflaf Coach Rogers and Co-captain Emmet! Mr. 81 Mrs. Burgner 89 H lstory Health Health Engltsh Llbrary C ommerczal Torch r Sczence Math 2 affnieflf LUCLI' if HOWARD FAERBER SANDRA WRIGHT SANDRA LONGWITH MARIE POTTER MARIE POTTER NANCY COLQUITT FAYE DELAY BILL DAvIs BILL DAVIS Annual Hall and Farew Biology Home Economzcs Band Athletws Athletzcs lndustrtal Arts Muszc M uslc Servzce Projectzon LINDA EAVES Ihe Class of 1958 SHARON MORRIS GLENDA FORD JOE BUCKLEY BOB BROWN MARCIA MILLS JIMMY BROWN BETTE STERCHI JUDY HUNTER MARCI-:LL BURROW 31-11- .girl ' . .................. NANCY COLQUITT Latin ......................., PORTER JOHNSON A I .............................. ' ......................... 9I pa from Mr, Sz Mrs. James Coppinger Mr, 81 Mrs. Walter C, Brown Mr. 3: Mrs. Boss Buckley Mr. 8: Mrs. Tom Foy Mr and Mrs CharlesE Barksdale 8-Mrs ,l E Towery Double Cola Bottling Company Farrar s Country Qtore Sterchl and Sons Loveman s Balley MUSIC Company East Brainerd Fsso Beauty Bar Foster QCTVILP Station Clendenen s Grocery Hardie and Caudle Hmckory Valley Drugs Vogue Luther Massmglll Lansford Plano Co Mlller Brothers Pnckens Oscar s Sandwlch Shop May Brothers Umverslty of Chattanooga Mutual Candy Companv Drue Smlth Patten Hotel W D E F Kldwell Super Market Lookout Sportmg Goods Bramerd Drug Store Calloway General Merchandise .AC l'l0l,UL6lgI'l'leI'l fd The Staff and I would l1ke to take this space to express our appreclatlon to everyone who has helped us make the 1958 TALL! 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