Bartlett High School - Panther Parade Yearbook (Bartlett, TN)
- Class of 1954
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To one who has deserved the honor, we wish to dedicate The
Panther Parade. It is a humble effort to show our appreciation for
her many years of hard work and leadership.
Never before has there been anyone who was more worthy than
MISS CHESTER PYBAS, and we only wish that there were something
even greater that could express our heartfelt thanks to her for help-
ing make Nicholas Blackwell High School a better and more oustanding
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JOHN M CLARK
January 26 1954
To the student body of Nicholas
Blackwell Hugh School
A deep sense of prlde In thus 1954 edutuon of PAN
the students of our school
In this volume there us preserved for us In story and
In picture the record of our school year The publlcatuon
In ntself becomes another achnevement of which we
may be lustly proud
The staff members and thenr faculty advisor are
to be commended for thelr splendld work In producing
this annual for our present and future enqoymen
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S EN IOR CLASS HISTORY
As freshmen we were green and dumb
But knew our senior days would come
It IS frequently stated that class hnstory repeats Itself but thts statement us not altogether
supported by facts as many hlstoruans have found to thelr sorrow As the task of funding
new facts has thus year fallen to me I shall relate some of the expertences of the class
In September 1950 one hundred ftve of us eagerly entered Bartlett Hugh School as
freshmen under the sponsorship of Mrs J W McCre1ght and Mr Sherman Kelly At our
furst meeting we elected Cltnton Nlchols president Ray Danlels vlce president and Muke
Lsles secretary and treasurer
Our next problem was chooslng the clubs we would lake to gown To gain our rtghts as
full pledged members we meekly submltted to :nltlatuons during whuch we were at the
mercy of the older members
Even as lowly freshmen some of our classmates recetved some outstandlng honors
Shirley Ferguson represented the school as Duchess IH the Teenagers Chlldrens Ball of
the Cotton Carnlval Phyllls DeShazo recetved fnrst place tn the West Tennessee Lattn
We were well represented ID sports thus year with Eugene Sanders playing on the
mann strung of the B Team In basketball Others partlctpatlng IH basketball were Bobby
Grlffln Glynn Jonaktn Bob Bledsoe Bully Turner George Johnston and Bully Hall
As sophomores our tame grew a btr more nrgls
For we d be senrors bye and bye
Our sophomore class forged ahead this year wtth Mrs J W McCrelght and Mr Sherman
Kelly holdlng the relns as sponsors Joe Taylor In the drtvers seat as presedent Jummy
McKlnney as vuce presndent and Nancy Sawtelle as secretary and treasurer
Then as now the band was faithful and always at the ball games to shiver wtth the
crowd and help cheer our team to victory Hard worklng members of thus organtzatnon
were Dlckle Totty and Gerald Jenktns
Voted as class favorltes that year were Nancy Sawtelle and Joe Taylor Rose Beretta
served as reporter for the F H A ln scholastlc ranks Phyllls DeShazo placed second In the
West Tennessee Lattn Tournament
As tumors we were really cock sure
One more year we d be seniors secure
Ray Danlels was elected presldent servmg wtth htm was Jack Owens vtce presldent
Eloise Larson secretary and Eugene Sanders treasurer Our sponsors were Mr Jack
Mankln Mr David McPherson Miss Betty Whttworth and Mass Hal Douglas
Cannon, Jack Owens, Charles lrvin, and Chester Boswell. Out for other sports were Sammy
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ln our lunlor year we were well represented in the elections of club officers Phyllis
DeShazo was elected president of the Latin Club and parllamentarlan of the F HA Billy
Hall became vice president of the Art Club Bobby McGee treasurer of the Key Club Pat
Mahar reporter for the FHA Eloise Larson chaplain of the Chorus Carol Blalock re
porter for the Dramatics Club Georgia McCarter historian for the FHA Sara House
song leader of the F H A Marvin Howell sentinel for the F F A Frances Baggett business
manager of the Gleaner Staff
After working those cold winter nights in the refreshment stands at the football and
basketball games to raise money for the Junior Senior Prom we at last reached our goal
and entertained the seniors with a beautiful April in Paris setting The appointed place
was the new gym and when the night arrived the gym looked gay with its many colored
lights and flowers
The following members collected honors for themselves and the class in the Junior
year Nancy Sawtelle represented the school as the Lady an waiting in the Teenagers
Childrens Ball of the Cotton Carnival Carol Blalock and Loudean Clark in the National
Poetry Eloise Larson Annette Farley and Billie Nelson in Girls State Eugene Sanders
Brack Herring and Don Harris In Boys State Eloise and Eugene Sanders as recipients of
the Togas at the 1953 graduation exercise
Well here we are the exalted ones'
And all that waiting? Well it was fun
lmaglne our delight on returning to school in September and having as our heritage
the Senior Steps and the special seats in the auditorium and the lunchroom Yet at the
same time we were anxiously awaiting the arrival of our senior rings
Elections for class officers soon got under way with these results Evelyn Peacher
president Eugene Sanders vice president Jo Alice Davison secretary Charles Irvin
Carol Blalock became editor of the Gleaner
Jo Alice Davison became editor of the Annual and serving with her were Eloise Larson
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associate editor, Phyllis DeShazo, business manager, Frances Maher, associate business
manager, Annette Farley, feature editor, Loudean Clark, club editor, Dot Clark, class
editor, Henry Pommer, art editor, Brack Herring, sports editor.
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Club officers this year were Eugene Sanders president of the Key Club Ronnie Al
bright vice president of the Beta Club Carol Blalock president of the Dramatics Club
Eloise Larson president of the Beta Club Jo Alice Davison president of the F H A Audrey
Edwards president of the Library Club Sarah Court vice president of the FHA and
Chorus Sara House vice president of the Language Club Evelyn Peacher vice president
of the Dramatlcs Club and secretary of the Beta Club Ben Summers vice president of the
Key Club James Dempsey president of the FFA Nancy Sawtelle reporter for the
FHA Shirley Ferguson treasurer of the Beta Club Dean Clark reporter for the Beta
Club Bobby McGee treasurer of the Key Club Bob Bledsoe chaplain of the F FA and
Chester Boswell reporter for the F F A
Band officers were Dickie Totty president and Gerald Jenkins vice president Leading
the band down the field at halftime parades were Rose Berretta as malorette and Sarah
Court as color guard
Leading the cheers with vigor were Shirley Ferguson as captain Nancy Sawtelle Sarah
Court Sara House and Pat Mahar
This year the lettermen of the football squad were presented with white packets trimmed
in red and blue and bearing a red and blue B Seniors receiving these were captain
George Johnston Glynn Jonakin and Billy Hall
The senior class nominated three girls for the DA R Good Citizenship Award to be
presented at graduation Loudean Clark Johnnie Sue Wesson and Carol Blalock From
these the faculty selected Loudean Clark by secret ballot
As we close wed like to recognize those who have gone to Bartlett for twelve years
They are Frances Maher Pat Mahar Bob Bledsoe Bobby McGee and Dickie Totty
Now with a look at the setting sun of our high school days shining with a tender
radiance we turn and fix our gaze upon the day gust dawning with the hope that pros
perity and happiness may attend us all in the future as in the past
JO ALICE DAVISON
C ASS PROPH ECY
Seems IIke no tIme sInce 'I graduated from hIgh
school But here It IS 1964 already As of late I have
been doIng Undercover work for the F B I But some
thtng lust happened tha-t may change the whole course
of my lIfe My dear DEAR Aunt Mtnerva recently
passed on leavIng to her only llVIng relatuve KMEI
the enormous sum of S70 O00 Hmrnmmml I know
what Ill do wIth the loot Ive always wanted to take
a trIp around the world FIrst Id better resIgn my Iob
LATER No sooner saud than done Now Im free
as a bIrd to leave on my trIp
Oh dear here s a letter from JOYCE LONG In Camp
Gordon Ga Joyce IS workIng at the AIr Force Base
as a secretary to the Commander General and he
has gIven her a two week VBCBTIOH I belIeve Ill go
to MIamI wIth Joyce Its as good a place as any to
start my trIp
The beach here at Mlaml IS beautlful lust as every
one has Sald Those two people over there seem to
be enloylng themselves I wlsh theyd turn around so
I could see who they are
Well lll be Its ANNETTE FARLEY and CHESTER
BOSWELL I had It flgured rIght all along
You know that gIrl workIng at the refreshment
stand looks famIlIar I b6II6V6 Ill go over there and
see who she IS
Just as I thought SHIRLEY FERGUSON I wonder
trylng to earn enough money to get to Hernando
MISS where GEORGE JOHNSTON IS BWBITIDQ They
plan to get marrIed when she makes enough money
WIth Cuba so close at hand I bld farewell to
MIamI and hello to Havanna
I have been doIng a lot of slght seeIng but some
one gust told me about boat races that are held at one
of the beaches Now that sounds IIke fun so off to
Boy what a lot of NOISE Motor boats racIng people
yellIng and mechanlcs WOFKIDQ on thelr boats Speak
Ing of mechanIcs look at the grease monkeys I lust
found None other than DOT CLARK GEORGIA Mc
CARTER and JOAN PERKINS
Whnle wanderIng around one of the boat houses
I dISCOVeYed that I could rent a boat that would take
me to JamacIa In only a few hours
Goodness the tIme has past so fast that here I
am In Jamacla already After havIng toured thas IS
land I realIze that It Isnt all ITS plled up to be o
I made reservatlons to leave on the next plane for a
tour of South Amerlca
Whlle WBITIHQ for my plane I was very surprIsed to
see NELL MILLWOOD and her husband She tells me
that CARROLL ROBERTS IS In HBITI and she owns one
of the largest tobacco farms there Also that DOT
LANDY IS In Bermuda on her honeymoon I seem to
get a SUFDFISG every tIme I turn around
The fIrst stop on my tour of South AmerIca IS RIO
de Janerro Whlle passIng through one of the markets
In RIo I heard a famIlIar VOICS Just as I suspected
RONNIE ALBRIGHT Poor Ronnue I guess he lost ll
hIs money gambllng and as a last resort has turned to
sellIng coffee beans
The second stop of Interest IS SantIago ChIIe The
loglcal place to go IS to the capItol buIldIng I can
take some lovely plctures there
I WISh that woman would get out of the way so
I can take some pIctures Does she have to sweep the
steps rIght now Bless my soul If It Isnt LOUDEAN
CLARK Now what In the heck IS she doIng here
I hear a news boy on the street shoutnng about
somethIng lm goIng to get a paper and see what
thIs IS all about Glory bel The headlmes read Na
tlonally Known Excavator BOBBY MCGEE Lost In Land
slIde Whlle DIggIng for Inca Treasure How dreadful'
I certaInly hope he IS found It would be a shame to
lose someone as useful as Bobby
ThIs hot weather IS begInnIng to get me down lm
goIng to take a trIp north very far north Alaska to
through to Alaska It Wlll have to stop In MexIco Clty
New Orleans and ChIcago
Mexrco Cnty came and went In no tIme Then came
New Orleans Here I made one of the most startIIng
dISCOVefleS GLYNN JONAKIN IS runnIng a hot tamale
stand In the French Quarter
The next stop IS Chlcago WhIle waItIng at the aIr
port for the plane to depart I couldnt help overhear
Ing a woman tell her frlend that one of The Most
Wanted FugItIves had been captured rIght here In
Chlcago Along Wllh hIm they captured hIs gun maul
I thought they sald her name was MARY HUTCHIN
SON but I cant be sure
FInally I reached my destInatIon Here I was In
Faurbanks Alaska Ugh' What a dIsappoIntment Theres
nothlng here to see except mtles and mules of nothlng
Wlfh an Igloo subdIvIsIon every now and then Here
IS a subdIvIsIon beIng buIlt now I wonder who does
the bUIldIf'tQ7 Thrs sIgn ought to answer my QUESTION
Igloo ConstructIon Company
Proprietors SARAH COURT and EUGENE SANDERS
I never would have guessed It Sarah and Gene lust
dIdnt seem IIke the COHSTFUCIIVS type As I turned
around to leave I Spled another sIgn readIng
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what she's doing here. Hmmmm! She says that she is be exact I am told the plane Wonft go Straight
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Thus way to get somethlng to eat cheap
Our Speclalty Today Esknmo Pres
I belneve Ill stroll over there and see what the gornt
looks luke Well well there stands GLADYS SCHLA
FER behund the counter
Alaska luke Jamaica gust doesnt seem to appeal to
me So Im off to New York III get my passport there
and leave for Europe and Asua Who knows maybe
Ill meet some more of my old school chums
Nagra Falls IS one place I lust cant pass up I
wonder why all those people are congregated over
Say whats gomg on over here?
Some fellow as gomg to try to go over the falls In
a barrel the stranger replied I belleve has name IS
Yep It probably IS It sounds lust about luke Marvnn
Just before boardrng my boat ID New York harbor
I went over to Bedloe Island to see the Statue of
Luberty There at the base of the statue stood LENA
JONES Doing what? Selling peanuts Lena says that
JO ALICE DAVISON rs now on Broadway In a bug
rnuslcal whale BOBBY CANNON ushers at the theatre
On my voyage across the Atlantic I have been kept
very busy talkung to old acquamtances I met PHYLLIS
DeSHAZO and FRANCES MAHER who are on thear way
to Rome to study In an Italian school BILLY HALL rs
also gomg to Rome but lust to be gomg MARIE
HOWELL IS gomg to Venuce to study art whlle JOHN
NIE SUE WESSON plans to spend her tame on the Isle
of Capn SAMMY GRIFFIN was also aboard thus stream
Inner He was headed for England He sand that Mnss
McKlnnon had talked so much about England that he
lust had to see It for hrmself
As the boat neared the port of Scotland I heard
a band playxng on the dock to welcome us On closer
rnspectuon I notlced that DICK TOTTY was In the fnrst
row weanng kults and playmg a bagplpe I always
knew he would choose music as a career but I cer
taunly dndnt expect thus
Next came Pans Theres so much to see that I cant
posslbly puck out the most Important so Im gomg to
rude a snght seelng bus To my amazement I saw
CHARLES IRVIN drlvlng the bus But that wasnt all
As I passed the Arc de Triomphe I saw ELOISE LAR
SON and CHARLOTTE HATFIELD rldlng a bicycle At
the Erffel Tower the poluce arrested DORIS WARD and
ROSE BERRETTA for belng puck pockets
More surprises came In the Swiss Alps For there
at the top of one of the skrers hulls stood NAOMI
HAYSLIP and SARA HOUSE shoutnng at the top of thelr
vouces Get your hot Goats mulk rnght here
My tmp from the Alps to Tokyo was pretty much
O K except for two thungs
Frrst In Turkey As the plane landed at the arrport
and our arrnval was announced over the loudspeaker
I kept heanng someone shoutung Its Istanbul no
Constantinople lm stall a lnttle baffled as to whether
or not It was EVELYN PEACHER It certaunly dld sound
Second an Bagdad In the coffee shop of the aur
port there was a picture of the Kangs harem on the
wall I wnsh I had had someone wlth me to verufy
the fact that NANCY SAWTELLE was In the plcture I
may have been lust a lrttle aur suck but It dld look
Tokyo proved to be quite rnterestnng for there I
ran Into BILLY MCCORD BILLY TURNER and JACK
OWENS The two Bnllys and Jack tell me that AUDREY
EDWARDS IS In the Belgium Congo huntmg for Leo
peard BOBBY WYSE has gust been captured In Cape
town Afruca where he has been smuggllng dnamonds
for the past fave years
Jack s old frlend GERALD JENKINS as In Dusseldorf
Germany wnth some friends BEN SUMMERS IS runmng
a dope den In Hong Kong but hasnt taken up the
hablt fyetl Oh yes belneve It or not JAMES DEMP
SEY has busled hlmself with Musslonary work In Korea
No trlp IS complete without a stop In Hawan So
what IS better to top rt off than Honolulu The plane
has to stop on Mrdway Island to refuel before reach
:ng Honolulu That wall gnve me a chance to get out
and stretch my weary limbs
Good gracious Mrdway Island certalnly IS a small
place I wonder what they do for recreation here
I barely get the words out of my mouth before my
questlon as answered for there stands PAT MAHAR
at the door of a pavnlron After talking with Pat for
awhnle she explanned that she was teaching the Hula
to tourlsts that were on thenr way to Hawan
It sounded luke a very prosperous buslness and If
the weather had agreed wlth me I mught have stayed
but there were stnll too many places to see
Ah' Honolulu Land of Romance and Plneapples
Speakung of puneapples I belleve I ll go through one of
the plneapple cannerles My my this as Interestrng
Look' Theres JOAN LOWREY and MARY ORSER can
nang pnneapples whsle BOB BLEDSOE and BRACK HER
RING luck the labels
In San Francisco I have seen everythsng from the
Golden Gate to Chinatown I went to one of the
larger restaurants In Chinatown to have drnner and
you guessed It JOHN HOWARD owns the restaurant
HENRY POMMER rs the chef the head waltress IS
BILLIE NELSON and the cashier IS MAXINE SUMMERS
You know? I lust realized that I have lust enough
money to get back home I guess Ill lust have to
crawl back to the FBI Bunldlng on my knees and
beg for my lob back Gosh' I hope theyll have me
I was pretty ugly to them when I quut
Oh welll' Ill lust have to cross that brudge when
I come to nt and hope for the BEST
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Beta Club 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Dramatics 2, 3,
Reporter 4, President, Gleaner Staff 2, 3, 4,
Editor, National Poetry Contest 3.
Dramatics Club 4, Girls' State
3, Beta Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 2,
3, FHA 2, 3, 4, Office 4, Lan-
guage Club 4.
Beta Club 3, 4, FHA 3, Y-Teens 2, 4, 4-H
Club 4, Office 4, Science 3.
FFA 'l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club
l, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4.
Football I, Baseball lf Science Club 3, Track
3, 4, Band Manager 4, Vice President Junior
Beta 3, 4, Latin 3, 4, Spanish 3, 4, Office 2,
Girls' State 3, Annual Staff 4, Feature Editor.
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Football l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1,
3, 4, Track Manager 2, Art Club
F 1, 2, 3, 4-H Club T, 2, 3, 4.
Beta 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, Parlia-
mentarian 4, Latin 3, President
4, Spanish 3 4, Latin Touma-
ment lst Place i, Latin Tourna-
ment 2nd Place 2, Annual Staff
4, Business Manager.
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Ex Voto 4, Beta 3,
4, Reporter, Annual Staff 4, Club Editor,
Office 3, Poetry Award 3
FFA 2, 3, 4, Sentinel, Ex
Crew 2, 3, 4, Boys' State
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Captain, Track 2, 3, 4,
Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, 4-H Club 2, 3, Bas
ball l, 2, 3.
Jo ALICE DAVI
Voto 4, Proiection
3, Annual Staff 4,
YTeens 2, 3, 4, Office 2, 3, Beta Club 3, 4,
Treasurer, Cheerleader 4, Captain, Cotton Car- '
nival Duchess 2, Football Queen Candidate 2. E
FHA 3, 4, President, Spanish 3, 4, Latin 3
4, Science 3, 4, Chorus 3, Beta 4, Y-Teens
3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Editor, Dramatics 4
Senior Class Secretary, 2nd Alternate Foot
ball Queen Candidate 4.
FFA 1, 2, 3, Key c
4, Vice President, Beta 3
FHA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Latin 3, 4,
Spanish 3, 4, Ex Voto 3, 4, Chorus 3, Chap-
lain, Beta 3, 4, President, Student Council,
Girls' Vice President, Annual Staff 4, Asso-
ciate Editor, Girls' State 3, Football Queen
Candidate 3, Toga 3, Dramatics 4, Reporter,
FHA 2, 3, Song Leader 4, Spanish 2, 3, 4,
Vice President, Ex Voto 4, Dramatics 4,
Y-Teens 3, Secretary 4, Cheerleader 4.
4-H Club l, Science Club 3, 4, Key Club
3, 4, Treasurer.
Science Club 3, Basketball 3, Track 4, Band
1, 2, 3, 4, President.
Band 3, 4, Y-Teens 'l, 2, 3, 4, 4-H l, 2, 3,
FHA 4, Dramatics I, 2, 4.
FHA 2, 3, 4, Beta 3, 4, Latin
Club 3, 4, Spanish 3, 4, An
nual Staff 4, Associate Busi-
Football l, Basketb
all 3, Track
3, 4, FFA 2, 3, 4.
4-H 2, FHA I, 4, Vice President, Dramatics
1, Cheerleader 4, Color Guard, Chorus 3, 4.
Basketball I, 3, Baseball I, 4, FFA 2, 3, 4,
Reporter, Parliamentary Procedure Team, 4-H
Club l, 2.
FHA 2, 3, 4, Reporter, Dramatics 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 3, Spanish 3, Y-Teena 4, Cheerleader
4, Class Favorite 2, Sophomore Secretary-
Treasurer, Football Queen Candidate 2, 4,
Cotton Carnival lady-in-Waiting 3.
Vice President of Student Council 4, Beta 3,
4, Vice President, 4-H Club l.
Chorus l, 3, FHA 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3
Library 2, 3, 4, President, Y-
Teens 3, 4.
FFA I, 2, 3, 4, President,
Judging Contest 3, 4, Skills
Contest 3, 4, Parliamentary Pro-
4-H 1, 2, Dramatics 3, 4, Vice President,
Latin Club 3, 4, Beta 3, 4, Secretary, Book-
store 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 4, Gleaner
Proiection Crew 2, 3, Art Club 1, 2, 3,
Treasurer 2, Science Club 3, Annual Staff 4,
4-H I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Dramatics
I, 2, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, Bookstore 3,
Gleaner Staff 4.
FHA I, 2, Reporter 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4,
Dramatics 3, 4, Spanish 2, 3, 4, Science 2,
Office 2, 3, Library I, Maiorette 4, 4-H 4.
Band Manager 4, FFA 2, 3, 4.
Track I, 3, 4, Baseball I, FFA , , ,
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, 4-H 2.
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Office 3
Beta Club 4, Annual Staff 4
FFA l, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain, Key
Club 3, Track 3, Basketball l,
3, Football I, 4.
FFA l, 2, Art Club l, 2, 3, Vice President,
Track 3, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3.
Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Library I, 2, FHA 2, 3
4, Spanish 2, 3, 4.
Band l, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Band Sponsor,
FHA 3, Reporter, Cheerleader 4, Band Queen
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OFFICERS-Left to right: Eloise Larson, Reporter, Carol Runnacles, Treas-
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Tutor, .lo Alice Davison, Ann Hunt, Eleanor Gresham, Dale Thompson, Glenda Nail, Glenda Sullivan,
Nancy Sawtelle, Rose Beretta, Bennie Alsworth, Joyce Wright, Lois Taylor, Evelyn Peacher, Eloise
Larson, Barbara Burnwatt, Dot Landy, Jody Perry, Barbara Riggins, Barbara Baird, Mary Frances Wil-
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Howell, Vice President, James Dempsey, President, Brack Herring
First row: Lockhart, Gresham, Gibson, Reeves, Court, Wilson, Pitman, Shelton, Fatheree, Moser,
Williams, Harmon, Simmons, Schlafer, McCord, Jenkins, Turner, DeCourley. Second row: Crawford
Galivan, Carroll, Cook, Daugherty, Wesson, Rash, Mr. McPherson, Soldan, Kellon, Langford. Third row
Jones, Williams, Sides, Dye, Busby, Busby, Hall, Wise, McClanahan, McClain, Huffman, Bledsoe, Kirven
Humphreys, Stallings, Dempsey, Boswell, Herring, Cannon, Cleayes, Hayes, Howell, Perkins.
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OFFICERS-Lett to right: John Howard, Reporter, Joe Daniels, Secretary,
Bradley Wallace, Treasurer, Bill Carrington, President, Joe Stalls, Vice
First row: John Green, John Howard, Bradley Wallace, Joe Stalls, Mike Roper, Joe Daniels, George
Wheeler, Second row: Clovis Young, Leonard Bond, Bill Beaty, Jim Strong, L. H. Berryman, Jimmy
Waits, Charles McClanahan, Marvin Powell Third row- Billy Kirk, Ronald Cook, Ed Court, Vernon
Muirhead, Ross Sparks.
OFFICERS-Left to right: Wallace Wood, President, Eleanor Gresham
Secretary, Gilbert Wheeler.
First row: Davis, Carson, Hannah, Cannon, Mason, McElIory, Gatteys, FitzPatrick. Second row: Woods
Manley, Dempsey, Chamberliss, Broclrwell, Totty, Tanksley, Wesson, Orme, Hall. Third row: Duggar
Maloy, Bond, Crump, Harris, Barfield, Witsell, Mason, Simmons, Blalock. Fourth row: Robbins, Mankin
Jerburgs, Liles, Howard, Britton, Osborne, Waits, Gresham, Crutchfield. Fifth row: Hopkins, Mc
Clanahan, Carroll, Terry Stelling, Holland, Dye, Green, Wheeler, Hunt, Sixth row: Wood, Powell
McCorkle, Ringwald, Miller, Kessler, Colyett, Roberts, Beckman, Coleman.
Brack Herring, Charles James, Karl Ledbetter.
First row: Joe Stalls, Harmon Colvett, Secretary, Minor McCorkle, Charles Irvin. Second row: Mike
Roper, Wallace Wood, Steve Jones, Third row: Gene Sanders, President, Mr, Kessler, Sponsor, Bobby
McGee, Vice President.
Left to right: Martha Sue Henry, Judy Holbrook, Bea Sides, Barbara Burnwatt,
Joyce Long, Barbara Riggins, Billie Nelson, Shirley Perkins, Jean Brown, Dorothy
Gaia, Johnnie Sue Wesson, Mrs. Kelly, Joan Perkins, Elizabeth Phillips.
First row: Betty Gill, Ricci Ringwald, Ann Hunt, Eloise Larson, Mary Belle Miller,
Eleanor Gresham, Sara House, Dean Clark, Frances Steele. Second row: James
Coleman, John Cunningham, Brack Herring, Buddy Boston, Gene Sanders, Mr.
Mankin, Rita Goodrum, Joyce Wright, Jean Brown, Charles James, Cecil Kirk.
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Alsworrh, Billy Hall, Sarah Courr, Ed Court, Jo Alice Davison, Marvin Monvgomery, Patty Reid, George
Johnston, Rosalie Hall, Robert Lomax, Nancy Sawtelle, Travis Kelrner, Frances Sfeele, Mike Roper, June
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Robert Lornax, Joe Stalls, Billy Hall, Pat Austin, Donald Sowell, Marvin Montgomery, Bill Carrington,
Mike Roper, Phil McEnany, Glynn Jonakin, George Johnston, Tommy Crenshaw, .loe Daniels, Ed Court.
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BILLY HALL, GEORGE JOHNSTON, CAPTAIN, GLYNN JONAKIN.
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LAWSON -CAVETTE SPORTING GOODS COMPANY
9 N. Third Sfreel Memphis, Tennessee Phone 5-2725
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ALL ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT
School Jackels and Caps, Spalding Saddle Oxfords and Loafers
Tennis. Golf and Hun+ing Equipmenf, Fishing Tackle X
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SOUTH'S LARGEST TROPHY DEALER
Agenfs for A. G. Spalding and Bros., and Ihe McGregor Co.
Musical Insirumenis I RALEIGH CLEANERS
Sales - Service - Renfals LAUNDRY SERVICE
BOYLE - STOLTZ MUSIC CO. WE OPERATE
Colie S+oI'I'z - Owner
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OUR OWN CLEANING PLANT
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V2 DAY CLEANING SERVICE ON REQUEST
2839 Aus'I'in Peay Hwy. Raleigh
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Wrecker Serv ce 24 Hours
Open 7 Days a Week from
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Mofor Tune Up Wheel Balancing
Eugene Layfon Prop Raleigh Tenn
BUCKMAN LABORATORIES INC
Memphis 8 Tennessee
YORK ARMS CO
Wholesale and Refall Dls'rrlbu'I'ors
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RALEIGH DRUG STORE
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NOBLE CLEANERS RALEIGH FEED STORE
3540 Jackson Jackson af Nahonal Raleggh Tenneggee
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COLEMAN BARBER 8: BEAUTY SHOP
Your Friendly Neighborhood
Barber and Beaufy Shop
294I Raieigh-Millingion Rd.
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GEO. T. ROY, INC.
83 Madison Ave.
Geo. T. Roy M. P. Hood
ARNOLD PLUMBING CO.
425I Jackson Ave.
SANDRIDGE FEED STORE
YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD TRADES HERE
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WOODWARDS ICE CREAM
AND SANDWICH PARLOR
PRESCOTT S SERV CENTER
408 Jackson Phone 4929I
McCLANAHAN AND McCREIGHT
GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND
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Top Prices 'For CoH'on
DESHAZO COLLEGE OF MUSIC
Phone 2 5594 I264 Linden
Cerhflcafes Diplomas Degrees
Plano Vuolm and Theory
ALBERT SUPER MARKET
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