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ltis the year of 1968. Thomas Reeves, Bobby Pritchett, and l,
Dan Hale, are walking down the street of New York City. We meet
Ed. Walston and Bobby Johnson, and they tell us they are driving
"Hot Rods" for a living. We go into a model's agency, and who
should be modeling but Janice Arteberry, Doris Stewart and Ola
Mae Burkeen . Janice tells that her brother Jerry is now married to
Laura Jean Barnett and they have three sets of twins. Doris tells us
that she and J.W. McCarty are engaged to be married.
We leave the agency and go into Edward's Art Store and find
that the owner and artist of the store in none other than our old class
mate, Clifton Edwards. Clifton tells us that lla Mae Hopkins is mar-
ried to Owen Morrison and have two little Elvises who lay with a
"Hound Dog. " He also tells us that Jean Graham, Shirley Bennett
and Delores Parrish are now running a dress shop.
We regretfully say good-b e to Clifton and board a plane tor
DSTFOHH On the plane we find'Janice Pace and LaVanda Collins
are "stewardess, " they tell us that Charles Peeler is the pilot of the
plane. We learned from the girls that Earl Phillips and Ronald Hopkins
are in Detroit. Earl is the owner of General Motors Corporation.
Ronald Hopkins, who owns "Heavy's Fixit Shop" gives excellent
repair work with the assistance of Glenda Elkins as his secretary.
When we arrive in Detroit we meet Donnie Newberry, a Texas
Rancher, who tells us that Charles Roberts is an agriculture teacher
in Waco, Texas. After we leave Donnie we go up town where we
see a huge sign advertising Copeland and West "Steak House. " We
go inside and there is none other than June Copeland and Linda West
the owners. Gertrude Bogard, Joy McKinney and
Mozelle Miller are the waitresses. While eating
breakfast we talk of old times then say good-bye
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We started on August 24, T953 as "Green" Freshmen. There were 56 of us enrolled. We
elected the following as class officers: Janice Arteberry, Secretary 8. Treasurer, Thomas Reeves,
Representatives, Kenneth Coy, Vice President, Edd Walston,,President. We chose Mrs. Myrtle
Jones as our sponsor.
We were pleased to haveone of our classmates, Daytha Jackson, elected cheerleader. Those
representing us on the ball team were: Charles Peeler, Earl Phillips, Jerry Arteberry, Bobby
Pritchett, Thomas Reeves, Melvin Smith, Jerry Roberts, and Clifton Edwards. Bobby Johnson
and Edd Walston were the managers. '
We entered our "Silly" Sophomore year with 43 enrolled . We elected the following officers:
Jerry Arteberry, President, LaVanda Collins, Vice President, Janice Arteberry, Secretary 8g
Treasurer, and Doris Stewart, Representative. We elected Mr. D.J. Miller as our sponsor.
The boys that represented us on the ball team were: Bobby Pritchett, Jerry Roberts, Clifton
Edwards, Earl Phillips, Thomas Reeves, J.C. Collins, and Charles Roberts.
At the beginning of our Y'Jolly" Junior year there were 37 enrolled. We chose Mr. Milton
Walston as our sponsor. We elected the following class officers: Jerry Roberts, President, Gertrude
Bogard, Vice President, Glenda Elkins, Secretary, Janice Arteberry, Treasurer and Laura Jean
Barnett, Representative . U
We were happy to have J.W. McCarty join our class.
We were glad to have Daytha Jackson represent our class as cheerleader. Those representing
us on the ball team were: J.W. McCarty, Jerry Roberts, Earl Phillips, Charles Peeler, J.C.
Collins, and Clifton Edwards. We presented -a play, "The Millionaire From Memphis."
Now we have reached our goal as "Dignified" Seniors with 31 enrolled. We elected the
following as class officers: Jerry Arteberry, President, Charles Peeler, Vice President, Janice
Arteberry, Secretary, lla Mae Hopkins, Treasurer, and Glenda Elkins, Representative. We chose
Mr. Bill Miller as our sponsor.
Those representing us on the ball team were: J.W. McCarty, Bobby Prichett, Charles Peeler,
Thomas Reeves, and Clifton Edwards. We were glad to have one of our class, Ola Mae Burkeen,
elected cheerleader. '
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To whom it may concern:
This is to certify that the senior class members
ot I957 declare this to be our last sane act of the
year and the following printed portion to be our
last will and testament .
Clifton Edwards, will my ability to say poems to Red Overby.
Earl Phillips, will my ability to skip school and get caught to Ted Lovett.
Thomas Reeves, will my ability to peroxide hairwhile on school trip, to Junior Furgerson.
Charles Peeler, will my ability to write love letters and get caught to Derral Greenup.
J .W. McCarty, will my ability to come to school late to anybody who can get by with it
Bobby Pritchett, will my small build to Raymond Cope, hoping someday he will look as
good as I do .
Dan Hale, will my ability to never get a ticket for speeding or reckless driving to
Hicks Wells .
Glenda Elkins, will my rough and rowdy ways to Myrna Hargis, hoping she will loose
part of her bashfulness.
Gene Graham, will my meek and timid ways to Rita Hargis.
Deloris Parrish, will my short hair to Kay Puckett.
Linda West, will my long eyelashes to Jo Ann Coursey.
Janice Pace, will my height to Joetta Hermdon.
Ola Mae Burkeen, being of sound body and as same as the law permits, will my love for
basketball to Eluyn Paschall .
lla Mae Hopkins, will my ability to scream at all Elvis Presley records, to Helen Barnett
hoping she will get as big a charge out of it as I do.
Laura Jean Barnett, will my ability to fuss with a certain senior boy to Betty Jo Dowdy.
Shirley Bennett, will my flirty ways to Margie Duncan.
Gertrude Bogard, will my walk to Janice Towery.
Ed Walston, being of sound mind and flat headed will my ability to take Biology with
the iunior girls to Johnny Ellis.
Jerry Arteberry, will my ability to dress neat to Glen Hale.
Charles Roberts, will my ability to make speeches in F.F.A. to Howard Bucy.
Lavanda Collins, will my natural curly hair to Robbie Whitney so she won't have to
get a Toni .
Doris Stewart, will my stylish ways to Sue Turner.
June Copeland, will part of my weight to Francis Walston, knowing it will make us both
Bobby Johnson, will my ability to go to school I2 years without learning anything, to
Ronald Hopkins, will my ability to get out of study hall to Billy Joe Lovett.
Donnie Newberry, will ,my ability to ask silly questions in English to Edward Tumer.
Owen Morrison, will my inventive mind to Jo Lane Grogan.
Mozell Miller, will my ability to write off in History to Brooks Starks.
Janice Arteberry, will my ability to not quite know Geometry to Judy Elkins.
Joy McKinney will my gloomy disposition to Nancy Kelly.
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