Vernon High School - Jacket Buzz Yearbook (Vernon, FL)
- Class of 1958
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1958 JACKET BUZZ
Vernon Hzgh School
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MR AROL HUDSON
To Mr Arol Hudson we dedrcate the 1958
This IS but a small token of our
toward makmg Vernon Hlgh a symbol
of goodsportsmanshlp scholarshlp and
The class of1958 w111 remember hms
txmes to be the msprrauon to future
senrors that he has been to us
appreciation for the work he has done efforts. we sincerely hope that he con-
As Une Who Serves
MR FITZHUGH CARTER
After twenty seven years of contlnuous service rn Washington County schools Mr Carter retired in the
spring of 1957
ln 1930 he began this remarkable career in a frfth grade classroom rn Vernon elementary school from
which he was sent to the Junror high school for one year The next three years he was prxnclpal of the old
one teacher Greenhead school afterward commg back to Vernon for four years as assistant princtpal
In 1946 he came back to Vernon to teach IH the Junior high school for three years Then after one year
as prrncipal at Pleasant Grove he took over one sectron of the sixth grade in Vemon where he remaxned
until his retirement
Then followed one year as principal in Duncan and five as principal in Wausau.
VIRGINIA ANN MOODY
MARY HARCUS BUSH
LOTTIE M DYKES
JUNIOR HIGH DIVISION
Future Homemakers of Amerlca
Semor 4 H Grrls
Future Teachers of America
Future Farmers of Amerlca
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YOUR TREASURE CHEST
Make for yourself a treasure
But not for gems and gold
F111 xt wlth thtngs more rose
Into xt place your kmdly
Of frlends whom you hold dear
That f111 your l1fe w1th cheer
And then rf dark days come
And your brlght prospects mar
Open your treasure chest and
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Vernonfs High School Building
"On the city's western border" stand the hallowed
halls of Vernon High School. Many students have left
these halls endowed with a greater knowledge of the
world around them. Here they have been taught the
fundamentals, as well as how to cope with their
This is the main building or entrance. In it are
the library, science lab, and office. This history,
English, mathematics, and commercial departments
are also here.
The main part of the building was constructed in
1931-32. This was then a high school campus only.
In 1947 it was combined with the elementary school
As we tour the rest of the campus, we would like
to remind you that a lot of hard work has been done
on the buildings as well as inside them. Please be
careful for these halls are revered by many.
Memory is when you look back
and the answers float in
to who? what? when? where?
The members who were there then
are repeated on a screen
are recalled on a scroll
are moved in a miniature drama,
are collected and recollected
for actions, speeches, silences,
set forth by images of the mind
and made in a mingling mist
to do again and to do over
precisely what they did do once--
this is a memory--
Sometimes slurred and blurred--
this is remembering--
Sometimes wrecking the images
and proceeding again to reconstruct
what happened and how,
the many little involved answers
to who? what? when? where?
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NINA IANE BROCK
Slim Talkatrve Unconcerned Undecided
about boys Future typist
FHA 2 3 4 FTA 4 4 H 1 2 Glee Club 1 Library
Club 4 Queen 2 BTU Secretary 2 3 4
EDWIN ELI CARTER
Loyal. individualistic Swell pal Athletic
Hopes to be a barber
Football 3 4 FFA 1 2 3 4 FFA String Band 1 2
3 Softball 1 2 3 Science Club 1 2 V Club 3 4
IANI E BRUNER
Blond Petite Vrvacious Accommodatin
Future telephone operator
FHA 1, 2: Dramatics Club 3g 4-H 1,25 Band 1, 2,
LILLIAN LUVERN HADDOCK
Cheerful. . . Helpful. . . Good student. , , Wants to
make the good better and the better best.
FHA 1. 3g Library 1, Music Club 3g Glee Club 1.
35 Devotional Club 1,49 4-H lg FTA 45 Dramatics
3,4g Band 3, Junior Play 3.
OLIVER CLYDE HOOD
Blonde hair Blue eyes Likes a pretty girl
Good student Future engineer
Student Council 3 4 FFA State Farmers Degree
FFA 1 2 3 4 4 H1 2 3 4 FFA Secretary3
Parliamentarlan Junior Class 3 4 H President 1 2
3 4 4 H County Council Vice President 2
Science Club 4 4 H Judging Team 1 2
MARY NELL WOODHAM
Brown eyes Nice Hard worker Friendly
Future hair stylist
Glee Club 1 3 4 Devotional Club 1 2 Dramatic
Club 3 President FTA 4
Petite Friendly Unconcemed Likes boys
Wants to Join Air Force
FHA 1 2 3 Library Club 4 Dramatics Club 4
Junior Play 3 Art Club 2
ALVIE EUGENE PIPPIN
Good natured Willing worker An asset to any
class Plans to do construction work after gradua
FFA 1 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Junior Play 3 King 2
4 Science Club 2 4
WILLIAM THOMAS HAMMOND
Good teammate Senous about a certaln glrl
Ambmous Assured Wants to be a law offrcer
Football 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Basketball 2 V Club 4
BERTHA REA HAMMOCK
Conscrentrous Wrllrng to lend a helprng hand
Efftcrent Future typrst
FHA 1 2 4 Q FTA 2 Paper Staff3 4 Class Treas
urer 4 Lrbrary 2 Student Counc1l4
LORETTA TILLER COOK
Consrderate Helpful Good student Wants
to be a secretary
FHA 1 3 FTA 2 Paper Staff 3 4 Secretary Treas
urer 2 MYF 1 2 3
LARRY ALVIN MORRELL
Amazrng personalrty Wrtty Ambrtlous
Intelhgent Interested rn scrence Plans to be
Football 4 Baseball 4 FFA 1
JEAN TAYLOR COOK
Quret Petrte Sweet personalrty Wants to be
FHA 1 2 3 FTA 2 Vlce Pres1dent2
Talkanve Yankee accent, Umque Wrll
jorn Arr Force soon
Scrence Club 4 FFA 2 3 4 FFA Vlce Presrden
Glee Club 2 3 Iumor Play 3 Yearbook 2 3
Blond harr blue eyes Llkes a certatn o
Good student W ants to be a secretary
EDNA IMOGENE SHAW
Short Brown harr Full of fun Never a
worry Wrshes to be a nurse
FHA 1 2 3 4 Clee Club 1 2 3 4 Dramattcs
Club 1 2 3 Reporter and Camera 3 Iuntor Play 3
ANNA IO ADKINS
Long blond hatr Unpredtctable Fun Wants
to be a phystcal educatton teacher
Band l 2 3 4 FHA 1 2 Dramatrcs Club 3 4
Mustc Club 1 2 3 Junror Play 3 Sunday School
Teacher 2 3
ELAINE COOK TILLER
Tall slender blond Hopes to be a good secretary
FHA 1 3 4 H 1 2 3 Devouonal Club 1 2 Glee
Club 1 2
BENIA MIN WICKER
Mtschtevous Frtendly Interested prmctpally
tn agrtculture Fun lovtng Plans to enter the
FFA 1 2 3 4 FFA Stung Band won dtstrtct and
sub dtstrrct 1 2 3 FFA Softball Team4 Glee
LINDA LOU HIGHTOWER
Jolly Studrous 57 Hornecommg Queen
Wants to be a success
Ban 1 2 3 Glee Club 2 3 4 Paper Staff 3 4
Clu 1 2 3 Dramattcs Club 1 2 3 Student
Counctl 1 3 4 MYF 1 2 3 4
Ltkes to hunt Comtcal Good srnger Hopes
to be a law offtcer
FFA 1 2 3 4 Sc1enceClub2 3 4 H1 2
Unpredtctable Talkatrve Frtendly Helpful
Devotronal Club 1 2 3 4 H 1 2 3 Dramattcs
Club 4 Junror Play 3
FRANCIES JUANITA SQUIRES
Honest Constderate Good worker Rare
oersonaltty Future secretary
4 H 1 2 3 Yearbook4
CHARLES NEW TON
Fun lovtng Good personahty Honest
Sctence Club 1 3 4
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JERRY THOMAS SYFRETT
Consrderate Consrstent Easy gorng Uncon
cemed Future law offrcer
FFA 1 2 3 4 ScrenceClub2 3 4 H 1 2
MARY CLAUDETTE WILSON
Blond Gtggles Swell prano player Wrll
soon be muslc teacher
Glee Club 2 3 Devotronal Club 1 2 3 FTA 4
LINDA L BRYANT
Slrm Pleasant New at Vemon Hrgh Red
harr Wants to be a good beautrcrarl.
French Club 2 Band 4
LYDIA SASSER RUSS
Frrendly Conslderate Talented tn art Brg
rn heart.. . Is workrng to be a better housewrfe.
Art Club 1, Devotronal Club 2, 3,4, Book Club 1.
SHELTON ISAAC SMITH
Courteous At.hlet1c Sterlmg Character
Sandy hatred A future Htghway Patrol member
FFA 1 2 3 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball4 4 I-I 1
SHIRLEY JENKINS STORY
Understandrng Effrcrent Umque Wanta
be a good housewtfe and rarse heaps of younguns
FTA 2 Band 3 Lrbrary Club 3 4 Dramatrcs Club
4 Musxc Club 2 Paper Staff 3 4 Senror Class
Queen 4 Devotronal Club 1 Art 1
Energettc Vrvacrous Cheerleader Talkatrve
Congenral Future physrcal educatron tnstructor
Homecomrng Queen Candrdate 4 Cheerleader 2
3 4 Cheerleader Captarn 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4
Paper Staff 3 4 Iunror Play Cast
DANIEL ALLEN ROGERS
rrendly Dark brown hart Brown eyes
Lrkes grrls Wants to be a barber
Football 1 3 Freshman Class Vtce Presrdent 1
FFA Vrce Prestdent 3 4 Junror Play 3 Freshman
Favonte 1 Student Councrl 1 SCIBHCC Club 2
FFA 1 2 3 4 FFA Softball 1 2 3 4 FFA Stung
Band 2 3 4
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PATRICK RODNEY PARRISH
Outstandrng Determrned Fun lovlng All
round athlete Workrng hard to be an electnca
Football 2 3 4 Co Captam 4 Basketball 1 2 3
4 Beta Club 2 3 4 Student Counc1l3 4 Pres
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Consrderate Helpful Long blond halt Sweet
Good student Wants to be a secretary
FHA 1 2 Paper Stat'f4 Yearbook 3 4 Class
Pres1dent2 4 H 1 2 3 Lrbrary 1 2, Iun1or Play 3
Pettte blond Easy gorng Dependable
Homecomrng queen nmner up Plans to be a
medtcal secretary FHA 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3
Drum MaJorette 2 3 4 Beta Club 3 4 Paper
Staff3 4 Junlor Play 3 Glee Club 1 2 4 Dramat
rcs Club 1 2 Student Counctl 1 2 4 MYF 1 2 3
MELVIN DIETZ IR
Ltkable Sports a cool flattop outstandtng
rn sports Easy gorng Fun lovrng Plans to
conttnue rn athletrcs as a coach
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Won State3 Made Drstrrct
as All State 3 Football 3 4 Baseball 1 3 4
Student Councrl 2 3 4 Vlce Prestdent 3 Junror
Play 3 Yearbook 3 Band 1 2 4 Class Prestdent
The senror class home
commg float won fust prtze
among all the many and
vaned floats entered Three
gtrls Clara Kelly Iuanxta
Squtres and Anna Jo Adkms
rode on the float
The semors who had
worked very hard were
tndeed glad to wm ftrst
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LINDA HIGHTOWER RODNEY PARRISH IULAINE JOHNSON
Valedictorran Valedrctorran Salutatorran
Lrnda Hlghtower and Rodney Parrrsh have the drs
tmctton of berng the ftrst two students rn the h1story
of Vernon Hrgh School to ne for the honor of vale
drctorran Both have a strarght A average for therr
htgh school years Thrs IS most umque and seldom
rf ever happens rn any htgh school anywhere
Next hlghest accordtng to the records was Ju
lame Johnson who wrll be class salutatortan
Lrnda and Rodney were the students chosen by
school authontres to represent thls school rn thrs
year s Natronal Merlt Scholarshrp Tests Our two
students scored among the top 25010 of the Natron A
Llnda thls year s homecomrng queen won the
Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Award tn
Vernon Hrgh School She received the hrghest score
on a wrrtten examrnatxon rn homemakmg knowledge
and attrtudes Her paper wrll be entered rn competr
non to name thls state s candrdate for the t1tle of
the All Amerrcan Homemaker of Tomorrow For her
achrevement she has recerved an award pm deszgned
by Tnfarr of New York
She has served as prolects charrman of Beta Club
art edrtor of the school paper and Student Counctl
representattve for thrs year
Rodney semor class prestdent rs the very actxve
Student Councrl presrdent He partrcrpates rn foot
ball basketball and baseball Rodney IS a member
of Beta Club and many other school organrzauons
Iularne semor class secretary treasurer IS the
secretary treasurer of Beta Club drum majorette
and edxtor of the school paper She 15 secretary of
F H A and of the Band Club
A representatxve to Student Councrl and home
comrng queen runner up she 15 a very busy grrl
Semor class Halloween kxng and queen were Eugene Prppm and Shrrley
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MARY H. BUSH
ALMA JEAN FINCH
LOTTIE HELMS "'
MAMIE LOU CARNLB'
CHARLES TAYLOR YVONNE PARISH LEONARD HINSON
pl-esldem Secretary Treasurer V106 President
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The Junior class was very proud Qand tired, when the end
of the homecoming events finally arrived. The class had
worked hard on the float they entered in the parade. The
float won many words of praise, and third place.
Riding the float were Lil' Abner and Daisy Mae. These
two Dogpatch characters were portrayed by Johnny Calhoun
and Lottie Helms.
The theme was different soap ads: "B1ue? Cl-IEER up. The
TIDE will turn. It always DUZ. LUX with us. lt'll be a
BREEZE tonight. "
Congratulations to the junior class, for the recognition that
hard work won.
LEONARD HINSON and JANICE SHORES HERMAN IENKINS and MARGARET HADDOCK
Halloween royalty from Mrs Hightower s section
of the Junior class was Leonard Hlnson and Ianice
Shores The class worked hard Indeed they lacked
less than half a dollar winning Many hearts were
Royalty from Mr Boone s secuon was Herman
Jenkins and Margaret Haddock Their room oo
worked very hard and raised a lot of money to go
on their couple s race
disappointed when it was found they had lost by such
a small margin
But what is It to be a good winner if you can t be
a good loser?
Margaret was also one of the Junior candidates
for homecoming queen The other candldate from
the Junior class was Pat Parish
Junior class officers this year were Yvonne Parish, secretary-
treasurerg Charles Taylor, presidentg Leonard Hinson, vice
presidentg and John Paul Cook, reporter.
flower of Lars
After one postponement and other delays due to
conflicting activities, the junior class play was
scheduled for presentation on March 24-25.
The play "Tattletale, " by Ann Coulter Martens,
was a three-act comedy. The class voted for the
Patty. . . the tattletale . . . Yvonne Parish
Mrs. Blaine. . . her mother. . . Pat Parish
Mr. Blaine . . . her father . . . Johnny Calhoun
Isabel. . . her older sister . . . Iris Hudson
Artie . . . her younger brother . . . Jesse Tyre
Ida May . . . her girl friend . . . Margaret Haddock
Tod . . . her boy friend . . . Hilton Kelly
Paul Cummings. . . a young editor . . . Leonard
Mr. Nixon . . . the high school principal. . . Jay B
Mrs. Nixon. . . his wife . . . Janice Shores
Miss Wiggam . . . a teacher . . . Virginia Moody
Walt Kennedy . . . a detective . . . David Mitchell
Louella . . . Lottie Helms
Monica . . . Milbra Brock. . . high school
Bamey . . . Herman Jenkins . . . friends
Students . . . Junior Class . . . from the high school
Mr. Whittaker . . . president of the Board . . .
Mr. Bixley . . . a business man . . . Crayton Shaw
Mrs. Lorimer . . . president of the Woman's Club
. . . Alma J. Finch
l-letty Heaton . . . of the radio . . . Shirley Shipes
Quiz . . . a reporter . . . Foye Lawrence
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The play centers around the antics of the Blaine
family, especially their younger daughter Patty, who
wishes to be a famous novelist. She asks her boy-
friend Tod to borrow a typewriter for her.
The typewriter gets broken and the kids really
are in a jam. To add to it all--Tod snitched the
typewriter from the principal's office.
Funny? Hilarious! !
The nrght was here' The cats were all
howlmg' Halloween at last'
One of the spots rn the program was
barbershop quartet The parucrpants rn thrs
act were Johnny Calhoun Rodney Parrrsh
Buddy Dretz and Hrlton Kelly
The crowmng of the krng and queen was
the hrgh pornt of the nrght l-hgh school
royalty was Queen Wanda Lawrence and
Krng Ted Barley
Junror hrgh royalty was Queen Brenda
The other royalty rncluded elementary
krng and queen B111 Bruner and Jamce Brock
and Queen Shrrlana Folmar and Krug Edward
An unusual srght rn Florrda rs snow But
rt drd snow here The kxds had a marvelous
trme playrng rn the soft feathery fluffy
whrte stuff It was the frrst trme many had
seen thrs much at one trme
Snowmen' snowmen' where drd you o
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Here those who shall take our places in
high school are now learning to read and
write. They are being taught to share.
Many for the first time. They are being
taught to get along with others. To lead
and to follow. To give and to take. They
are on the first rung of the ladder to adult-
The first and second grades are housed in
this building. We think they are lucky for
we remember classrooms not so nice. We
are really thankful that first school years
can be made enjoyable in these wonderfully
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My Lost Youth
Often I think of the beautiful town
That is seated by the sea,
Often in thoughts go up and down
The pleasant streets of that dear old town,
And my youth comes back to me.
And a verse of a Lapland song
Is haunting my memory still:
"A boy's will is the wind's will,
And the thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts.
I remember the gleams and glooms that dart
Across the school-boy's brain,
The song and the silence in the heart,
That in part are prophecies, and in part
Are longings wild and vain.
And the voice of that fitful song
Sings on, and is never still:
"A boy's will is the wind's will,
And the thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts.
There are things of which I may not speakg
There are things that cannot dieg
There are thoughts that make
The strong heart grow weak,
And bring a pallor into the cheek,
And a mist before the eye.
And the words of that fatal song, come over me
with a chill:
"A boy's will is the wind's will,
And the thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts. '
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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to help us in later life.
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The F, H, A. and F, F, A. club meetings are held here.
The vocational classes also.
The building was constructed in '55-'56, ln the fall of
'56, this was a welcome move to students and teachers alike
My Lost Youth
I can see the breezy dome of groves,
The shadows of Deering's Woods,
And the friendships old and the early loves
Come back with a Sabbath sound, as of doves
In quiet neighborhoods.
And the verse of that sweet old song,
It flutters and murmurs still:
"A boy's will is the wind's will,
And the thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts.
Strange to me now are the forms I meet
When I visit the dear old town,
But the native air is pure and sweet,
And the trees that o'er-shadow each
As they balance up and down,
Are singing the beautiful song,
Are sighing and whispering still:
"A boy's will is the wind's will,
And the thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts.
And Deering's Woods are fresh and fair,
And with joy that is almost pain
My heart goes back to wonder there,
Andamong the dreams of the days that were,
I find my lost youth again.
And the strange and beautiful song,
The groves are repeating it still:
"A boy's will is the wind's will,
And the thoughts of youth are long, long, thoughts
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Strive to Make
C O O
The Beta Club members are fStand1ngJ President Yvonne Parish. First row, seated: Projects Chairman
Linda Hightower Secretary Treasurer Julaine Johnson Advisor Mrs. Dykes. Second row: Rodney Parrish
Vice President Leonard l-lmson Margaret Haddock Foye Lawrence. Third row: Program Chairman Pat
Parish Publicity Chairman Mary V Bush and Mrlbra Brock,
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The Beta Club has been an active school
organrzatton this year one of their main
projects being to help raise funds for the
auditorium curtains To do this among
other things they teach school and donate
the money thus earned to this project
The members sponsored the VHS year
book helping sell ads and the yearbook T
compensate for this work they helped de
cide on the cover of the book and style
lettering used They were also invited by
Yearbook Staff to Join them on their class
party on which they visited the Gulfarium
in Fort Walton Beach
At Thanksgiving Beta members made
blessing reminders for the school cafeteria
and prepared a basket for a shut in
ur School Better
At the end of the frrst and second semesters a com
mrttee of Beta members acqulred the names of those who
qualrfred for the GOOD CITIZEN AWARD
Qualrfrcatrons for thxs award are scholarshrp leader
shrp character and servrce done for the school
Beta members chose four students each semester to
recerve thrs award Out of these erght, two students were
chosen for the honor of berng the VHS GOOD CITIZENS
The members washed cars and took part rn other pro
jects to rarse funds to send delegates to the Beta Club
State Conventlon held rn Clearwater Florrda May 2 3
Members of the club tapped rn the sprrng thrs year
are Clara Kelly senror Paul Cook Junror Jeanelle
Todd Joan Levrns Joyce Levrns and Kathryn Russ
Mary V Bush Publrcrty charrman pre
sentlng the GOOD CITIZENSI-IIP AWARDS
to Rodney Pamsh Lrnda Hrghtower Jularne
Johnson and Hrlton Kelly fnot prcturedj
The Beta Club organrzed rn 1947 has a
farrly new constrtutron wrrtten ln 1957
CLARA KELLY LORAN P COOK
IEAINELLE TQDD JOAN LEVIINS JOYCE LEVIINS KATHRI N RLSS
Sophomore Sophomore S0Ph0m0fe SOPIIOUIOIS
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Seated Barbara Syfrett Projects Shxrley Swrndle Parhamentauan Yvette Stnckland Foye Lawrence
1-hstonan Pat Lewxs, Kathryn Russ Secretary Yvonne Pansh Presrdent Julame Johnson, Program of
Work Mrs Pauhne Cook Advrsor Standmg Sh1rleyShrpes Janrce Shores, Verla Mae Hendrrx Nelda
Faye Hughes Alma Jean Fmch Nma Brock, Mlnnle Frances Frnch Lottle Helms Wanda Lawrence Rea
Hammock Margaret Haddock Margaret Bruner Ins Hudson Cathren Whrtfreld Helen Anderson
Cynthla Sleezer Vtrgrma Moody Barbara Kmght Barbara McFatter M1nn1e Gilmore and Beverly
The natronal orgamzatlon of Future Homemakers of
Amerlca was founded 1n June 1945 Florxda became
a chartered member ID 1946 and rn the fall Vemon
Chapter became an affrhate member of both state
and natxonal organrzatxon Acuvmes of the chapter
this year which were planned IH August, rncluded a
Valenteen Party for the F F A In February the
girls presented a dress revrew ln P T A They modeled
At the 1958 state conventron whrch met
rn Daytona Beach Yvonne Parrsh state
presrdent elect was xnstalled as state
presrdent The annual banquet was the
occasron for the rnstallauon Kathry
Russ who won as state secretary rn drs
trrct meeung, ran at state also Results
were unknown at press txme
clothes they themselves had made The club s exhrbrt
at the Pensacola Interstate Farr took second place
New members Frrst row G Dykes, R Fxnch C Land K Mtller M Summer S Owens B Stampley
M Prpptn Second row V Pettxs E Garner Y Newsom A Hewett C Mercer V Murphy S
Hrghtower J Syfrett C Porter C Sheffreld Thrrd row R Wrlltams M Carter D Roche M Wells
G Brock S Smothers
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Senior 4-H Girls
Mrs Pauhne Cook Adv1sor Nelda Faye Hughes Alma Jean Fmch Shxrley Shrpes Jamce Shores
Lottre Helms Ramona Sanders Annette Anderson Patrrcra Parrsh Margaret Yates
The 4 H Club of our school was
orgamzed under the supervlslon of Mrs
Mary L Mmchrn Wllh Mrs Pauhne
Cook as 4 H leader the present super
vlsor berng Mrs Ruby McDonald
The 4 H Club has been very
actrve th1s past year In November
they took part rn the Northwest
Florlda Farr They have had a
Chrrstmas party a dress revlew
and many other actrvltres
MRS PAULINE COOK
I A NICE SHORE S
ALMA JEAN FINCH
The Pla 95 the Thing
First row, front to back: Minnie Frances Gilmore, Patricia Lewis, Mary Dunn, Ernestine Helms, Crayton
Shaw. Second row: Beverly Weaver, Cathryn Whitfield, Cynthia Sleezer, Ellen Gainer, Larry Bruner,
Hilton Kelly. Third row: Shirley Owens, Yvonne Newsome, Vita Merl Pettis, Betty Sue Diehl, Barbara
Syfrett. Fourth row: Herman Jenkins, Jeanelle Todd, President, Shirley Pettis, Margaret Bruner. Fifth
row: James Moore, Wadell Jenkins, Shirley Swindle, Secretary-Treasurer.
Kneeling: Linda Sue Kinstle, Claudene Dunn, Mary Gilmore,
Jerry Kendrick, John Snider, Mary Nita McDade, Gail Dykes.
Standing: Carolyn Land, Scarlett Cook, Verdell Finch, Gretle
McAdams, Florea Pettis, Shirley Story, Vice Presidentg Muriel
Wells, Mary Lou Lundholm, Karen Miller, Charlotte Shef-
field, Linda Waller, Lana Carol Coatney, Reporter.
The Dramatic Club, organized
in 1955-56, has always had a large
membership. In previous years mem
bers have given several one-act
plays in student assembly and Parent
Teacher Association meetings, one
of the outstanding ones this year
being "Love Hits Wilbur."
During regular meetings of the
club, groups and individuals present
plays, pantomimes, skits, character
sketches and dramatic readings.
Members have opportunities to
act, to design and construct scenery,
to plan and execute stage settings,
to do makeup and to design and
A Teacher Affects Etermty
Members of the Vernon Hrgh School Future Teachers of Amerrca are as follows Frrst row Barbara Knrght
Lavern Haddock Secretary and Treasurer Nma Brock Reporter Mr Johnson Advrsor Mary Nell Wood
ham Presldent Second row Kathryn Russ Claudette Wilson Yvette Strlckland Vrce Presrdent Ioan
MR. JAMES JOHNSON
Todaygs Future Farmers
The Future Farmers display their hard-won pennants. Boystabovej who have maintained more than one
year's membership are as follows: Kneeling: George Mercer Rogers, Eugene Pippin, Vaughn Galloway,
Kenneth Brock, Lloyd Bruner, Arrey Burch, Royce Pippin, James Calvin Hagan, Roy Land, Henry Cook
Standing: McArthur Finch, Ben Wicker, Doyle Carter, Preston Haddock, Gene Leavins, Carlos Finch,
Clyde Hood, Buddy Squires, Daniel A. Rogers, Harlon Harris, Alan McCullough, Junior Ferguson, Carl
ton Wells, Doyle Cumbie, Hubert Hayes, Felton Barfield, John Paul Cook, Dennis Hayes, Eli Carter,
Edwin Bailey, Ronald Johnson, Jerry Syfrett, and Mr. Arol Hudson, Advisor.
The Vemon Chapter of the Future Farmers of
America was organized in 1938, classes being held
the first year in an old store building downtown. Later
a new building to house vocational agriculture and
home economics was constructed.
The chapter has consistently rated high in district
and state competition. The last five years it has wons
twenty contests, bringingin S4500 in cash and prizes.
Officers for this year are as
follows: Jesse Tyre, President, Ed-
win Bailey, Vice President, Doris
Owens, Secretary, Donald Ray
Smith, Treasurer, Henry Cook,
Reporter, Donal Walsingham, Sen
tinelg Mr. Arol Hudson, Advisor.
Fill Tomorrow as Breadbczsket
During the past twelve months the chap-
ter has won a Ford tractor. Doris Owens won
first place in farm judging at North Florida
Fair in Tallahassee, and the forestry plot
placed third in state competition.
During this school term the chapter at-
planted five acres in pasture and produced
thirty registered Duroc pigs on their labora-
In February the boys received a S200
registered Polled Hereford heifer for an out
standing livestock program for the year,
tended the State Fair in Tampa, They
New recuits for F, F, A. this year are fbelowj as follows:
First row: Dewey Worley, George Baragona, Charles Brock, Lamar Faison, John Earl Walsingham, Wayne
Helms, Charles Faison, Herman Jenkins, Roy Yates, Harry Marshall. Back row: Mildredge Carol, Donald
Boyette, Wilson Leavins, Gerald Nelson, Curtis Porter, George Weekly, Harry Russ, W. D. Pettis, Paul
Cook, Dalton Sheffield. Jimmy Goodson, Windell Riley, N. B. Pettis, Theodore Simmons, Waylon
Harris, Broward Padgett, Thomas Cook, Kenneth Finch, Buddy Eberle, Joe Shores, Edsol Jenkins, and
Rex Boyette Qnot picturedj.
Mzghtzer Than the Sword
Seated: Doyle Cumbie, McArthur Finch, Herman Jenkins, James Tutton, Roy Yates, Betty Sue Diehl
Linda Hightower, Curtis Porter Jr., Verdell Finch, Gretle McAdams, Felton Barfield, Donald L Morris
Standing: Dalton Sheffield, Shelton Smith, Shirley Story, Nina Brock, Royce Pippin, John Paul Cook
Patricia Parish, Alma Jean Finch, Anne Hare, Verla Mae Hendrix, Evelyn Dykes, Broward Padgett
Gracie Burke, Mamie Lou Carnley, Ernestine Helms, Alice Burnham, Nelda Faye Hughes
The Library Council was organized in 1948. The
local council became affiliated with the Florida
High School Library Council in 1956. Last year it
sent three members to the state convention in Lees-
burg and this year it sent six members. Only out-
standing students qualify for this award. The council
pays the expenses for each delegate.
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Members of the club Qabovej are as follows: First row, left to right: Georgeanna Bonner, Yvonne Strick-
land, Linda Worley, Alline Morris, Diane Brock, Martha Taylor, Caroline Brewer, Paulette Marlow,
Dorothy Boyette, Frances Brewer, Phala Worthington, Wanda Brock, Barbara Blair, Gwendolyn Finch,
Nancy Kelly. Second row: Mrs. Mitchell, Advisor, Betty Haddock, Hazel Leavins, Frances Shaw, Audrey
Hudson, Judy Brock, Janice White, Carol Hicks, Charlotte Johnson, Lorane Strickland, Margaret Perkins,
Betty Stiller, Linda Revis, Loretta Wilson, Sara Porter, Shirley Gainey, Florene Strickland, Linda Ward,
Pat McCarthy, Etta Clark.
Officers of the Iunior 4-H Club are
Charlotte Johnson, President, Yvonne
fqy Strickland, Vice President, Barbara Blair,
Secretary-Treasurer, Betty Stiller, Re-
ff porter, Lorene Strickland, Game Leader,
9 Loretta Williams, Song Leader.
Charlotte Johnson and Carol Ann
Hicks attended the Interstate Fair in
,Q -9 in Tallahassee, as a judging team. They
were among the overall "Top Ten"
" i judging teams.
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Iaunita Squires, Typist, Jay Bright, Typist, Mrs. Lottie M. Dykes, Advisor, Clara Kelly, Typist, Leonard
Hinson, Business Manager, Virginia Ann Moody, Editorg Mary Bush, Copy Editor.
As we look through this book now and in
years to come, we shall remember old
times, old places, old friends, old faces.
The VHS yearbooks hold within their covers
many precious memories "to who? what?
The first VHS yearbook was called the
Verhiscan. This was for the year '48-'49.
The next year it was given its present name
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The Jacket Buzz staff does other things
besides put out the book. This year they
sponsored a movie, "Song of the South," to
raise funds for the book. Taking pictures
was an important part of their work, Besides
pictures for the yearbook, they supervised
the photographing of both elementary and
high school students.
More funds were raised by selling personal
cards and invitations to the seniors.
In November Mr, Wright, their publish-
ing company's representative, came and
the staff selected the color and design of the
cover and talked over other yearbook prob-
The yearbook and Beta float was deco-
rated in blue and white. A scroll which was
placed upon it read thus: "When the one
great Victor comes . . . To write beside
your name . . . He writes not if you won or
lost . . . But how you played the game. "
Riding the float was lovely Joan Levins,
a sophomore. She was arrayed in a gown of
yellow and held a basketball trophy. Later
Miss Levins was tapped for Beta Club.
Leonard Hmson Mrs Dykes Mary
V Bush and Vrrgrma Moody all
seem happy to be sendrng off the
frrst shrpment of the yearbook copy
whrch was completed and marled
In October the yearbook staff and
advrsor Mrs Dykes traveled to
Pensacola for the meetrng of the
Northwest Florrda Scholastrc Press
Assocratron Upon arrrval they re
cerved paper pen and other note
takrng necessrtres as well as a bag
wrth an attached shoulder strap rn
whrch to carry therr matertals
After a devotronal led by a
Catholrc prrest a Protestant mrnrs
ter and a Greek Orthodox prrest,
they had a coke break They then
went to drfferent rooms and talked
to representatrves and reporters
After thrs they lunched at the school
they were vrsrtrng Warrrngton Jr
Vrrgrnra Leonard Mrs Dykes
and Mary Vrrgrnra are equrpped for
attendlng yearbook conferences at
N W F S P A rn Pensacola
I-hgh Afterward they toured the Pensacola News Journal head
quarters where they saw the frmshed papers bexng folded
Each vrsrtor was grven a copy of the Journal as a souvenir of
Homeward bound the travelers stopped at the Gulfarrum xn
Fort Walton Beach They decrded to return there for therr club
party rn the sprrng
Beta Club and yearbook salesmen Qabovej were Mrlbra Brock, Lmda Hrghtower, Margaret Haddock, Foye
Laurence, Pat Parrsh, Leonard Hlnson, Yvonne Parrsh, Rod Parrrsh, Jularne Johnson, Mary V Bush, and
Vrrgrnra Ann Mood y
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Tomorrow 95 Scientists
Sitting: Jerry Kendrick, Dewey Worley, James Tutton, Harold Mallory, Loval Jones, Troy Lee Collins
Farol Taylor. Standing: Verla Mae Hendrix, Annette Anderson, Reggie Reddick, Doyle Cumbie, Harlon
Harris, Charles Newton, Gene Leavins, Royce Pippin, John Paul Cook, Reporter, Eli Carter, Edwin
Bailey. Dorothy Morrell, Treasurer, Herman Jenkins, Daniel A. Rogers, Shirley Swindle, Secretary
Nelda Faye Hughes, Donald Louis Morris, Jerry Syfrett, Ronald Johnson, Clyde Hood, President. Not
pictured are Charles Taylor, Parliameutarian, and Doris Owens, Vice President.
Regular meetings of the Science Club
have been held during the school year since
its organization in September 1951. For
several years it was necessary to limit mem-
bership to students who have taken general
science, as many as sixty-nine being mem-
bers in 1955. Various programs have been
presented, though nothing so spectacular as
a sputnik launching.
With national interest focused on the sci-
ence programs in our secondary schools, the
club hopes in the future to foster interest in
science. The club is considering a science
fair and some individual projects for mem-
Although our members have not been able
to compete up to now, several scholarships
are available to outstanding students, some
on a competitive basis others upon recom-
mendation of principal and teachers.
MR, S, B, SIMMONS
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Kneehng Wanda Lawrence Majorette Iularne Johnson Head Majorette Frrst row standrng Anna Jo
Adkins Majorette PBUICIB Sapp Flute Elton Russ Cornet Carol Hrcks Clarrnet Marcra Sapp Clarr
net Jamce Bruner Flute CarolEberle Clarrnet Charlotte Johnson Barrtone Saxophone Mary Carter
Tenor Saxophone MaJorette Second row Judy Brock Clarrnet Majorette Frankle Brock Clarrnet Ellen
Garner Clarrnet Frances Shaw Clarrnet Lrnda Bryant Clarrnet Ernre Brock Trombone Barbara Kmght
E Flat Saxophone Jackle Roche Trombone Allen Kelly Cornet Tyrone May Cornet Jerry Weeks
Cornet Ted Barley Trombone George Baragona Cornet Sandra I-lrghtower F Horn maJorette Thrrd
row Ruth Wrllrams Clarxnet Drane Roche B Flat BassC1ar1net Murrel Wells Clarrnet Gracre Brock
E Flat AltoC1ar1net Sh1rleySh1pes Clarrnet Ir1s Hudson Drum Barbara McFatter Clarrnet Mrlbra
Brock Drurn- Kathryn Russ E-Flat Alto Saxophone- Joe Well Trombone- Angra Hrnson Cornet' Janrce
Shores Drum. Fourth row: Annie Lou Wells E-Flat Horn- Margaret Haddock Drum- Jay Bright E-Flat
Alto Saxophone- Leonard Hinson Cornet.
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VHS band was organized in 1951 That year it
may not have been so good. The notes were some
times sour but the band played on As years passed
the members of the band learned more about the
instruments and the music. Later they attended disl
trict festivals and in 1955-56 participated They
played and marched away with superior rating, the
highest honor given. That year they attended state
festival in Gainesville and received excellent rating
As the majorettes pranced the band marched in
the West Florida Championship Rodeo parade for
Highlights of this year were attendance at district
and state festivals and spring concert ln cooperation
with the glee club the band presented the Christmas
Football games would not be complete without
the halftime and band program The outstanding per
formance of the year was presented at the home
game between the Jackets and Sopchoppy intricate
formations included the pinwheel the letter S for
Sopchoppy the letter V for Vernon and the hesita
Mr Ernest Boone Director relaxes
and gets in a httle practice on his own
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The staff of our school paper, The
Jackets' Sting, is a very busy group.
Not only do they just write the copy,
but news must first be collected. Re-
porters have to dig deep to find out all
the facts about the latest.
In order to publish the paper you
have to have funds. To raise the
needed money, the staff ventured
to the nearby towns and sold ads.
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Art Editor --------
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Alumni Editor -----
Assistant Alumni Editor - - - -
Boys' Sports Editor -----
Assistant Boys' Sports Editor
Girls' Sports Editor -----
Assistant Girls' Sports Editor
- - -IULAINE JOHNSON
- - - - -IRIS HUDSON
- LORETTA T, COOK
- - - - MILBRA BROCK
- - -YVONNE RAMSI-I
- LINDA HIGHTOWER
- -FOYE LAWRENCE
- - SHIRLEY JENKINS
- - VIRGINIA MOODY
- -MELVIN DIETZ, JR.
- - - HILTON KELLY
- - - -REA HAMMOCK
- - - - MARGARET HADDOCK
Front row: Cheerleader Yvonne Parish, Reporter, Coach Sam Mitchell, Cheerleader Barbara McFatter,
Secretary. Second row: Buddy Dietz, Vice President, Rodney Parrish, Johnny Calhoun, President. Third
row: Theodore Simmons, Preston Haddock, Hilton Kelly, David Mitchell. Fourth row: Royce Pippin,
Bud Bruner, Jimmy Goodson. Fifth row: Wayne Carter, Clinton Hicks, Kenneth Faile, Jackie Roche,
Jack Dorch. Sixth row: Charles Simmons, Daniel Martin, Wadell Jenkins, Herman Jenkins. Seventh row
Junior Ferguson, Jim Harrell, Larry Morrell, and Eli Carter.
The V-Club has been in existence since the beginning of athletics at VHS. This particular club con
sists of boys and girls who have eamed letters in athletics. A highlight of the year was their banquet on
March 14 honoring the school athletes.
First row: Norma Jean Felder, Second Soprano, Margery Pippin, Second Soprano, Nelda Tibbits, Second
Soprano, Paulette Marlow, Alto, Gail Wells, Alto, Norma Jean Brock, Alto, Sonya Owens, Alto, Rebecca
Stampley, Second Soprano, Claudette Wilson, Alto, Marcia Sapp, Second Soprano, Foye Lawrence, First
Soprano, Julaine Johnson, Alto, Mr. Charles Tobias, Director. Second row: Mary Nell Woodham, Alto,
Milbra Brock, Accompanist, Linda Hightower, Accompanist, Imogene Shaw, First Soprano, Yvette Strick-
land, Second Soprano, Arlene Smothers, Second Soprano, Phillis Bonner, Alto, Loretta Wilson, Second
Soprano, Evelyn Mitchell, Alto, Gloria Jean Raley, Second Soprano, Kathryn Sheffield, Second Soprano,
Beverly Weaver, First Soprano, Minnie Frances Gilmore, Alto. Third row: Shirley Smothers, Alto, Mar-
garet Yates, Second Soprano, Barbara McFatter, Alto, Cynthia Sleezer, Alto, Floretta Carter, Alto, Vir-
ginia Ann Noody, First Soprano, Ramona Sanders, Second Soprano, Cathren Whitfield, Alto, Patricia
Lewis, Second Soprano, Mary Jean Porter, First Soprano, Joan Levins, Alto. Fourth row: Gwendolyn Finch
Second Soprano, Lana Coatney, Second Soprano, Josephine Tutton, Second Soprano, Phala Worthington,
Second Soprano, Frankie Brock, Alto, Mary Lou Lundholm, Second Soprano, Audry Hudson, Second
Soprano, Leola Sellers, Second Soprano, Sharon Tibbits, Second Soprano.
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Vernon High School Student Council
saw its glorious beginning in the year of
1948-49. The constitution had been
written the previous year.
In 1955-56 the council took as a pro-
ject Lhe buying of curtains for the audi-
torium stage and windows. Progress has
been some what slow on this project.
However this year the other school clubs
have combined their efforts on this pro-
ject with the counci1's.
In 1956 and '57, the council spon-
sored and planned homecoming activi-
ties. For two years the group has been
responsible for assemblies, fire drills,
and hall traffic plans.
This organization works constantly
for an improved school and better stu-
This year the council plans to draw
up a new constitution. lt also plans to
continue with the other, older projects.
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Seated on the pillar Qin picture be-
lowj are Rodney Parrish, grade 12, Mil-
bra Brock, 11, James Russ, Advisor,
Barbara Syfrett, 10.
First row: Linda Hightower, 12,
Yvonne Parish, 11: Margaret Haddock,
11, Iris Hudson, 11, Barbara McFatter,
12, Norma Jean Brock, 7, Danny Kol-
metz, 'lg Reggie Reddick, 8, Jerry Ken-
Second row: Muriel Wells, 9gJu1aine
Johnson, 12, Dianne Roche, 9, Becky
Stampley, 9, Joan Levins, 10, Allen
Third row: Margaret Bruner, 10,
Janice Shores, 11, Pat Parish, 113 Rea
Hammock, 12, Gail Dykes, 9, Mary
Jeane Porter, 10, Clyde Hood, 12.
Standing: Shirley Owens, 10, Johnny
Calhoun, 11, Buddy Dietz, 12.
In these rooms we have shared many moments
of school life. We anticipated "moving up" from
one room to another. From one grade to another.
We studied hard and we played hard. We fought
and we made lasting friendships.
We remember the day we moved into the
building. It was really a wonderful and exciting
day. We had been going to school in various
places since the old elementary building had
burned to the ground in 1946.
The old building was located downtown in
front of the Methodist church. lt consisted of
grades 1-6, and contained two-stories.
The present elementary school was constructed
This is the court between the elementary and
high school buildings. The auditorium is the
third side of the court.
"I do believe the world is swinging toward the light. "
So spoke a soul on fire with holy flame.
Amid the dark such faith pierced through the night,
The dreamers wrought, and living fruitage came.
To give of self and not to count the cost,
To learn, to teach, to labor, and to pray,
To serve like Christ the least, the last, the 1ost---
These were the beacon fires that lit the way.
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ARCHIE C, HUTCHISON
Master of Arts in Education
HOWARD H. BRUNER
Bachelor of Arts in Education
DORIS G. NEWSOM
Bachelor of Arts in History
Mathematics, History, English
Bachelor of Science in Vocational
Bachelor of Science in Education
OLLIE A WELLS
Bachelor of Science rn Education
Science English Social Studies
JAMES H JOHNSON IR
Bachelor of Scrence in History and
ANNIE REVA BEVERETT
Bachelor of Science in Education
Master of Science in Library Science
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
Master of Science in Education
ERNEST WILLIAM BOONE
Bachelor of Science in Music
Band Music Science
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STEPHEN B. siMMoNs
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CHARLES TOBIAS IR,
Bachelor of Science
Vocal Music. Glee Club
Bachelor of Arts in English
RAY A, HORNE
Master of Science in Administration
LOTTIE M DYKES
Bachelor of Arts ln Educatlon
Enghsh World Hrstory
JAMES RUSS IR.
Bachelor of Arts 1n Educatron
Bachelor of Arts rn Educauon
Master of Arts ln Physrcal Educatlon
and School Admlmstrauon
Bachelor of Scrence Ln Agnculture
RALPH E UPTON
Bachelor of Scrence 1n Educauon
Master of Sclence rn Educauon
Besides teaching courses in subject matter
areas, Vernon High faculty members are
active participants in extracurricular school
and community affairs. Mrs. Cook is advi-
sor to both the Vernon Chapter of F, H, A,,
and Senior 4-H. She is also sponsor of the
teacher's lounge project and president of
Vernon Garden Club.
Advisor of F F A Mr Hudson is a
member of the Farm Bureau and of Vernon
Lions Club as well as a State F F A Advr
sory Board member He is also mayor of the
city of Vernon
Head coach and advisor of V-Club Mr Mitchell
is Washington County representative to the Florida
Student Council advisor Mr Russ is reporter for
Washington County Education Association and a mem
ber of the executive committee of P T A He is a
member of the city council and Boy Scouts com
mrtteeman He is also superintendent of Vernon
Baptist Sunday school
Mrs Newsom is an active member of Vernon
Methodist Church being superintendent of the
children s division in Sunday school Sunday school
teacher and Junior MYF counselor
MR BRUNER and
Co advisor of the Junior class Mrs Hightower
directs the Junior class play and advises the Dra
matic Club She also serves on the Advisory Board
of F H A and is secretary treasurer of Vernon
Mrs Mitchell is sponsor of Junior Girls 4 H and
of the Cheerleaders
MRS NEW SOM
MRS MWCHELL MRS HIGHTOWER
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Mr Brock and Mr Horne play on the
Greats basketball team Mr Brock rs
also advrsor to the Boys 4 l-I Club
Sponsor of both the Lrbrary Councrl
and the Teen Age Book Club Mrs
Beverett rs actrve 1n Vemon Methodrst
Church teachmg the older ladres Sun
day school class and servlng as the charr
man of the commrssron on membershrp
Mr Upton sponsor of the Devononal
Club lS superrntendent of West Florrda
Ba ptrst Assocratron Sunday school organ
rzatlon In addrtxon to belng an or
darned mrnrster he rs presrdent of the
MR BRQCK and Adult Umon rn Vernon Baptrst Church
Band drrector Mr Boone IS
both co sponsor of the Jumor class
and a member of Vernon Greats l-le
also drrects the chorr and serves as
presrdent of the young adults Sunday
school class rn Vernon Baptrst Church
Drrector of the Vernon Hrgh Glee
Club Mr Tobras drrects several chorrs
rn Frrst Baptrst Church Chrpley
Mrs Wells IS an acuve member
of Vernon Baptrst Church
MR BOONE and MRS WELLS
Co Advrsor of the senior class
Mr Roche rs advrsor of the paper
staff and has charge of all school
publrcrty He also operates an rce
cream box whrch students v1s1t at
Co Advlsor ot the senror class
Mrs Dykes IS advlsor of both the
Beta Club and The Jacket Buzz
staff She 15 a member of the
P T A program cornmxttee and o
the Nat1onal Councrl of Teachers
of Englrsh She rs superrntendent of
trarnmg and group leader of the
adult umon rn Vernon Baptrst Church
MR ROCHE and MRS DYKES
MRS BEVERETT andMR UPTON
Mr Srmmons IS advrsor
of the Scrence Club and
Mr Johnson an ordarned
Baptrst mxnrster IS advtsor
of the Future Teacher s of
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Members of Washrngton County School Board Qabovej are as follows
Seated Mr LeonR Cox Mr J A Douglass Mr C H Brock
Standmg Mr W G Mercer Mr J E Haddock and Mr W T
McFatter Jr superrntendent
To Mr Prerce IS due the credrt for the followrng well known prrn
crple of marksmanshrp wrth rts applrcatron When the target at
whrch you are shootrng IS some drstance from you set your srght on a
POIHI drrectly above the target and pull the trlgger The same prrncrple
applres rn lrfe If you desrre maxrmum success set your srght on a
pornt drrectly above your goal shlft to hxgh gear and drrve vrgorously
As superrntendent of publrc rn
structron rn Washrngton County Mr
McFatter assumes responsrbllrty for
overall admrnrstratron of the county
school system Graduatrng semors
look forward each year to that pornt
on the commencement program
Presentatron of Drplomas
Mr W T McFatter Jr
Mrs Leonard tells us that her
wrsh for all her students IS that they
achrevement foster moralrty hap
prness and useful abrlrty May
each student practrce self drscrplrne
and strrve to develop each talent to
Count Supcr rsor
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Leads Us on
Organized in 1950, Vernon Parent-Teacher Association has con-
sistently proved itself an asset to the school.
Outstanding projects of the past have been planting shrubbery on
the campus and buying band uniforms.
This year the P. T,A, went beyond its goal in membership, and in
every way has taken on new life. Officers are as follows: Mrs. Robert
Stampley, President, Mr. Alex Sapp, Vice President, Mrs. John
Brock, Treasurer, Mrs. Henry A. Brock, Secretary, Mr. Arol Hudson,
Parliamentarian. Chairmen of Committees are the following: James
Russ Jr. . Ways and Means, Mrs. Margie Boyette, Membership, Mrs.
Ernest Dalton, Refreshmentsg Mrs. Helen Syfrett, Publicity.
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Virginia Moody Qabove, lefty models her gray wool 4
flannel jumper with matching plaid jacket in February
P. T. A, meeting. Julaine Johnson fright, acts as emcee,
when the Future Homemakers present a dress review.
tacks up pictures
of Dramatic Club
stage props, and
the like are need
ed, she is always
there to advise
MRS. ALEENE S. FRANZ.
C0UflIy Art Instructor
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over the refreshment table
at February P. T. A. meet-
Mrs. Henry A. Brock, secretary fstand
ingj, reads the minutes at the December
P.T.A, meeting. Mrs. John Brock, treas-
urer fseated at leftj, later reads her report
Mrs. Stampley peruses the agenda for this
MRS MARGIE BOYETTE MRS DEE ROCHE
Offrce Secretary Lunchroom Supervrsor
MRS PHILO DIETZ
MRS. SADIE KNIGHT
MRS. PENNY SCOTT
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Twelve buses transport about 85470 of VHS students
Drrvers fabovej are as follows Mr Otrs Hammock Mr
Dav1dE Cook Mr Clark Rogers Mr H T Walter Mr
J A Wells Mr Roland Jenklns Mr A M Smndle
Robert Hudson Mr Freddre Kolmetz Mr Ernest Worthrng
ton Mr C W Todd and Mr Nevrl Brock Qnot prcturedj
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Here many memorable events in our lives have
occurred. We have taken a tremendous step toward
For here we have experienced our final moments
of school life. The Junior-Senior Prom and gradua-
tion are two that will long remain nestled in our
Not only have we experienced these high exhilara-
ting moments of life here, but we have seen our
cheerleaders inspire our winning basketball team to
victory. Our variety shows and other events have
taken place here.
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Here ghouls have scared small children as Hallow-
een night approached. The carnival with all its splen
dor and marvels was held in the gym.
We have experienced our high points and our low
points here. We have laughed and we have cried, We
have won and we have lost.
The gym was built in 1950-51. At the time it was
constructed it was considered the best in the district.
TO AN ATHLETE DYING YOUNG
The time you won your town the race
We chaired you through the marketplace,
Man and boy stood cheering by, and hom
brought you shoulder-high.
Today, the road all runners come,
Shoulder-high we bring you home,
And set you at your threshold down,
Townsman of a stiller town.
Smart lad, to slip betimes away
From fields where glory does not stay,
And early though the laurel grows,
It withers quicker than the rose.
So set, before its echoes fade,
The fleet fast on the sill of shade,
And hold to the low lintel up
The still-defended challenge-cup.
William Butler Yeats
C am pbelton
1957 Baseball Team
Top row Johnny Calhoun Buddy Dretz Gene
Hudson Rodney Parnsh Bryward Brock Phrllp
Waller Coach Vtrgxl Stewart Second row
Dan1e1Mart1n Larry Bruner Tom Hammond
Davrd Mrtchell Bottom row Theodore
Srmmons Aaron Todd Gerald Nelson Cecrl
Mrner Manager Jlmmy Jordan.
VIRGIL STEWART RODNEY PARRISH JIMMY D JORDAN
70 Coach Catcher Manager
MELVIN DIETZ CECIL CHARLES MIN CLINTON HICKS
Prtcher Outf1eld Prtcher
The Yellow Jackets subsututes played a blg
part rn the success of the team They are
standmg Davrd Mrtchell Bryward Brock
Theodore Srmmons Kneelmg Larry Bruner
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TOM HAMMOND PHILIP WALLER AARON TODD
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The Iackets' A-Team Qabovejg Clinton Hicks, Guard, Wadell Jenkins, Guard, Jim Harrell Forward
David Mitchell, Guard, Rodney Parrish, Forward, Buddy Dietz, Center, Hilton Kelly, Forward Johnny
Calhoun, Forward, Herman Jenkins, Guard. Kneeling: AdronCoatney, Charles Simmons, Managers
Coach Mitchell, and Danny Kolmetz, Manager.
At the state tournament last year
Rod Parrish and Buddy Dietz, both
seniors, helped win the beautiful
trophy Coach Mitchell is holding.
Bonifay - -
Bonifay - - -
Graceville - -
Grand Ridge -
Greenwood - -
Greenwood - -
Graceville - -
Cottondale - -
Ponce de Leon
Port St. Joe - -
Ponce de Leon
Grand Ridge -
Cottondale - -
Port St. Joe - -
WADELL JENKINS CLINTON HICKS HERMAN JENKINS
Guard Guard Guard
Berng our arch rrval Cottondale IS a
team we always want to beat Thrs year
was no exceptton Before our frrst game
wrth the Hornets thrs season Coach had
burlt us up and we had burlt ourselves up
to the POIHI where we were ready for
We drdn t have exceptxonal materral
thrs year and from the f1rst Coach stressed
the fact that we would have to have a team
effort to wrn We had a team effort on
Saturday nrght January 25 when we beat
Coach Hxckman s Hornets
Everybody felt good and wanted to play
that nxght We played an excellent defen
srve game man for man We worked the
ball well on offense and rebounded off both
boards It was by far the best game we
played thrs year and we won because we
had frve boys on the floor playrng together
Cottondale went on to wm the State
Class B Champtonshrp Qwhrch we won
last yearj and our havrng beaten them was
a feather rn our cap
Among other thlngs because Coach Mrt
chell went to college wlth therr coach the
Campbellton Wrld Cats are also rmportant
Jacket rxvals And the games played wlth
them were rmportant ones
However the game agarnst Walnut H111
rn the Drstrrct Tournament was a crucral
game s1nce attendrng State was contingent
upon our wrnmng rt The game was mp and
tuck and nerther team ran off mth a brg
lead at any trme Vernon frnally got ahead
and held a one point lead trll the end of the
game Through rnaccurate scorekeeprng and
a mrsunderstandrng we had to play a tre
and lost Yes lost our chance to go back to
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Members ofthe B-team Qabovej are as follows: Front row, Adron Coatney, Danny Kolmetz, Managers.
Second row: Wayne Carter, Center, Daniel Martin, Guard, Larry Bruner, Forward, Willie Martin, For-
ward, lame Moore, Guard, Howard Harris, Center, Forward, Jesse Tyre, Guard, Coach Mitchell. Third
row: Charles Faison, Guard, Donald Boyette, Center, Preston Haddock, Forward, Doyle Carter, Forward,
George Baragona, Guard, Dalton Sheffield, Guard. Fourth row: Broward Padgett, Guard, George Weekly
Forward, Loran Paul Cook, Forward, Saxton Raines, Forward, Carlton Wells, Forward, Center, Theodore
Simmons, Guard, Vaughn Galloway, Forward, H. T. Waller, Guard.
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LINDA HIGH TOWER
Our lovely homecomrng queen for thrs
year was Mrss Lrnda Hrghtower a semor
At half trme antrcxpatron was tremendous
and hearts beat louder as last year s queen
Mrlbra Brock a Junxor brought the crown
onto the fleld As Mrss Brock stopped before
Mrss Hrghtower and rarsed the crown
place rt upon her head the applause llteral
ly thundered from the stands
The queen candrdates were chosen by
senror football players and those who will be
too old to play next year Llnda Hrghtower
was nomrnated by E11 Carter Barbara Mc
Fatter a semor by Larry Morrell Iularne
Johnson also a semor was prcked by Rodney
Parrrsh The Junxor gtrls and thexr sponsors
were Pat Parrrsh sponsored by Johnny Cal
houn and Margaret Haddock by Jrm Har
rell A sophomore Ieanelle Todd was the
chorce of Kenneth Fa1le Mary E Carter
freshman was chosen by Torn Hammond
The queen s float was constructed by the
VHS student councll It was decorated ID
whxte Many hours of hard work had to go
rnto th1s float to make xt so lovely
Runners up were Mrss McFatter and Mrss
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1956 57 Queen recervmg her queen's bouquet
of yellow chrysanthemums
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marchrng feet? Here comes the band They
lead the homecommg parade The band was
lead by Sandra Hrghtower asslstant drum
Frrst prrze float was constructed by the
senror class Rrdrng the float were three
senlor class grrls Clara Kelly Iuanrta
Squrres and Anna Jo Adkrns
Followrng the band were the floats rep
resentrng drfferent school orgamzatrons
rnterest rn the game Beat Cottondale
Wm or Bust and other such slogans were
to be seen everywhere
Second prrze float was entered by Mrs
Sapp s sectron of the fourth grade It deprcted
rmmrgrants from several countrres lookrng
wrth longlng toward the Statue of Lrberty
whrch was portrayed by Pamalln Pennrngton
The countrres were Indra represented by
Ollle Tharp France Ople Tharp Spam
Shelton Coatney Japan Mary Owens and
Amerrca by Glenda Carter and Raymond
Owens Therr slogan read All Natrons
Make Amerrca Together We W1ll Make
The float entered by Mrs Sapp s fourth grade The stands were crowded that cool November
nrght as we met our foe -Cottondale
The glorious year our
football team was organized
was the fall of '5'1. We may
have lost many games but
our spirits rose as we won
another. Our boys may have
been bruised and sore but
the game always went on.
Spirits were sometimes low
but enthusiasm soared high.
Fall, Fun, and
Coaches Sam Mitchell and Ray Home
Kneeling: Adron Coatney, Manager, Dannie
Kolmetz, Manager, Willie Martin, grade
11, Joe Kent, 99 Jimmy Goodson, 10, Her-
man Jenkins, 114 Billy Casey, 9. Standing:
Coach Mitchell, Kenneth Faile, 10, Johnny
Calhoun, ll, and John Paul Cook, 11.
Football . . .
Sitting: Larry Bnmer, 105 Joe Ferol, 95 Jesse Tyre, 115 Charles Gilley, 85 Charlie Horn, 95 Charles
Simmons, Manager. Kneeling: Ronald Cook, 115 David Mitchell, 115 Daniel Martin, 105 Royce Pippin
115 Eugene Pippin, 125 Tommy Harrell, 9. Standing: Tom Hammond, 125 Rodney Parrish, 125 Melvin
Dietz, 125 Jimmy Harrell, 115 Eli Carter, 125 Larry Morrell, 125 Junior Ferguson, 105 Coach Horne.
The team's best year since its beginning in '51 The football stadium, sponsored
was the fall of '55, We had a record of 6 wins and 3 by the Lions Club, was constructed
losses. Two important games played that year were in '53-'54, The first game played
against our two most eminent foes, Bonifay and Chip- on the field was in the fall of '54,
ley. We won both games. Spirits soared for this was The field is constantly being im-
the first time in the history of our team that we had proved and completed.
won a game against these schools.
Cottondale, one of our
eminent foes for years, had be-
come an even more eminent
foe because ofa past coach of
He is now coaching at Cotton
dale and leading their team to
welcome victories fwelcome to
Homecoming was indeed a
real success with a final score
of 12-6 in Vernon's favor.
C HA RLIE HORN E
Blountstown 19 VHS O
Brent Christian 0 VHS 47
Chattahoochee 20 VHS 0
Blue Springs, Ala. 0 VHS '73
Bonifay 30 vas 26
Sopchoppy O VHS 8
Graceville 20 VHS 6
Cottondale O VHS 12
Altha O VHS 20
Coffee Springs 13 VHS 'I
JOHN PAUL COOK
EUGENE PIPPIN CHARLES GILLEY
Right Tackle Left Guard
Thrs space has been crossed many trmes as we
went from one burldrng to another We cross rt to
go from the mam burldrng to the gym or vocatronal
Here IS our holler room that furnishes the heat
for the elementary burldrng and hrgh school The
other burldrngs have furnaces of thexr own
The aud1tor1um where we hold our assemblres
and many of pep rallres rs here
The Junror play rs practrced and
produced here We are all great actors
as the stage lrghts blxnd us The ap
plause rs tremendous as our frrends and
we are on stage
Here we see the elementary burldrng
that we sadly qbut also gladlyp left to
move up to the hrgh school burldtng
Our Carnegre Hall and cafeterra
are on the westem boundarres of the
school campus You can see them here
rn the background
IN SCHOOL DAYS
Stlll srts the schoolhouse by the road
A ragged beggar sunnmg
Around xt sull the sumacs grow
And blackberrv vrnes are runnxng
Wxthrn the master s desk IS seen
Deep scarred by raps offxcxal
The warplng floor the battered seats
The Jack knxfe s carved lnrtlal
The charcoal frescoes on IES wall
Its door s worn srll betrayrng
The feet that creeprng slow to school
Went stormmg out to playmg'
Long vears ago a wrnter sun
Shone over rt at settmg
Lit up IIS western wrndow panes
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Phone Me8 1449
Bottlers of I-hgh Grade
A Bonlfay Instltutlon
THRIFT DEPARTMENT STORE
Purlna Chows Grocemes
Phone Me 8 0880
NORTHCUTT REXALI.. DRUG STORE
Phone Mercury 8-1301
Jewelry and Watch Repalrs
Ernest Bor el Watches
Phone Me 8 1740
Bonifay, Florida ChiP1eY 1 Florida
Show T1me Week N1ghts 7 00
Mat1nee Sun and Wed 3
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Clothing - Shoes
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Phone ME 8 1350 1351
BUSH AUTO CO
Your Ford and Mercury Dealer
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TRAC TOR CO
Farm Tractor s
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Farmall Tractors and Equ1pment
Tractors Parts and Serv1ce
Sales and Serv1ce Hammer M111s
Refngerators Chlpley F1or1da Seed1ng Machmes
Compllment s of
HOLMES COUNTY FURNITURE CO
WELLS BARBER SHOP
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MR. AND IVIRS. JOSH BROCK
Owners and Operators
Service Is Our Motto
Meats - Vegetables - Groceries
"A Friendly Place to Trade"
CHIPLEY HOTEL GRILL
T. COLEMAN, Distributor
GULF OIL PRODUCTS
WATFORD'S DRUG STORE ADAMS-HALL
"Just What Your Doctor Orders" FLOWERS
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Phone ME 8-1460 Chipley, Florida B0n1faY, Floflda
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Ladies' and Teenage Apparel Bonifay, Florida
Dial 4331 Phone 3613
2 Nliles - Hwy. 90
For Good Merchandise
Deposit Your Money in
THE BANK OF BONIFAY
'No Substitute for Safety'
Member Federal Deposit
Deposit Guaranteed Up to S10 000
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Stokely s Finest Foods
Polar Bear Flour Bama Mayonnaise and Preserves
Shoes and Ready to Wear
PADGETT DRUG CO
Phone ME 8 1760
, HARDWARE CO.
RII..LA'S FLOW ERS AND GIFTS
"The Best Flowers for Less"
515 South 6th Street
Phone ME 8-1960 or ME 81778
THE FAIVIILY STORE
Outfitters for the Entire Family
Shoes - Ready-to-Wear
Phone ME 8-12.76
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DUNCAN RADIO AND TV
Sales and Service
The Home of Philco
"Famous for Quality
the World Over"
Phone ME 8-0756
GEORGE WATTS IR. , Sheriff
W ashington County
Thanksgiving and Christmas
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H. W. VARNUM, Tax Collector
W as hington C ounty
Phone ME 81469
AT CI-I IDLEY
Member F10T1da Natlonal Group
Ch1p1 ey Flor 1da
AND Auth0I1Z8d Dealers PWVTIAF
Pont1ac Sales and Serv1ce
Phone ME 8 0711
Ch1pley Flor 1da
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CHIPLEY DRY CLEANERS
Cleaxung Pres slng Altermg
GULF POWER COMPANY
Servmg Northwest F1or1da
Complete House Furnlshmgs
for the Home
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TAYLOR JEWELRY STORE - Bonifay, Florida
A, V, WARD - ACME BARBER SHOP - Bonifay, Florida
H1-WAY 90 DRIVE IN - Bonifay, Florida
WILLIAMSON POULTRY - Bonifay, Florida
ALTON'S SERVICE STATION - Chipley, Florida
SHREVE'S SEED 8a PECANS - Chipley, Florida
FRM SEED STORE - Chipley, Florida
WA'I'FORD'S SERVICE CENTER - FLOYD WATFORD - Chipley, Florida
SUE'S BEAUTY SHOP - Vemon, Florida
STAFFORD GAS 8: APPLIANCE CO, - Bonifay, Florida
PELT'S 5-10 and 254 STORE - Bonifay, Florida
L. D, HODGES - Chipley, Florida
SHERRILL OIL COMPANY - Bonifay, Florida
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South's Cleanest Mills
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Chipley, Washington County, Florida
Chipley , Florida
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"The Home of Good Printing"
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BUSH APPLIANCE 8: HARDWARE Compllments
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