Bearden High School - Echo Yearbook (Knoxville, TN)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1954 volume:
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Bearden High School Bearden, Tennessee 954 £c£o
Left to right: John Peters, Bob Walker, Mrs. Lowry, John Rose.
Left to right: Paul Dean, Kathleen Maxey, Hattie Hood, Dan Hal-combe, John Peters, Elizabeth DeArmond, Kelsey Hendrickson, Mrs. Lowry, Bob Walker. Virginia Bryson. John Rose, Roberta Oswald, Shirley Burgin.N. H. Strange, Louis Veal, Betty Scarbrough. A1 Brownlee.
JHnA. THafiyanet 'Dunfaut
Mrs. Margaret Dunford, our efficient office clerk, has been at dear ole' Bearden High School fourteen years. There have been many that have come and gone that remember her as the most wonderful person they have ever met. She works hard taking care of the business of our school and keeping everyone satisfied. We hope there are many more years ahead of you, "Ma". We all love you and would not have any body else in this whole wide world.
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Left to right...Hattie Hood, Karen Chapman, Mrs. Dunford. Juanita Cox, Nancy Neely. Barbara Satterfield, Betty Winkle, Jo Ann Lyons, Evelyn Davis.On September 2, 1942, we, a group of scared little boys and girls, entered the first grade at Bearden School. Our first year was the beginning of numerous friendships, which still exist. Those who started in the first grade are Betty Scarbrough, Mae Brisco, Arthur Lowe, Nancy Neely, John Peters, John Rose, Lewis Smith, Joe Strange, Bobby Walker, Richard Me Cur ry, Larry May, Shirley Bur gin, Ben Cox, Landon Duncan, Anne Holcombe, and Elizabeth DeArmond.
Our second and third years of school were spent in the "Little White House" and the auditorium. In these two years we had several additions to our class, as well as some subtractions. The additions were Lee Morris, Bud Nunley, and George Revell.
The years between the third and seventh grades were very rugged, since mostof them were spent in the delapidated barracks. Here, there were several more additions; JoAnne Baumann, Bob Fabian, A1 Brownlee, Virginia Bryson, Jack Burleson, Merle Bowles, Ed Grodeman, Hattie Hood, Tommie Lively, Kathleen Maxey, Jimmy McDaniels, Bruce Ogle, Roberta Oswald, Gerry Rimmer,Mary Nell Tipton, Bob Webb, and Paul Whisman.
We are proud to say we were the first eighth grade to be in the new building. From neighboring schools came Bettye Garrison, Paul Dean, Barbara and Dorthy Satterfield, and Betty Winkle.
Mrs. Helsey and Mr. MacPher son were our Sponsors for the Freshman year. Our officers were Larry May, Pat Kelly, Elizabeth DeArmond, Burble Owenby, and Billy Biddle. Evelyn Davis and Burble Owenby were chosen as Class Favorites. Our class enrollment began to grow by leaps and bounds. We could not start to name them for there are so many.
Our Sponsors for the Sophomore year were Mr. Carroll, Mrs. Rose and Coach Stephenson. Our class officers were Billy Biddle, President; Larry May, Treasurer; Norman Flanigan, Social Chairman; Nancy Neely, Secretary; Shirley Bedell, Vice President. Billy Biddle and Evelyn Davis were Class Favorites.
Larry May was elected President in our Junior year. The other officers were Elizabeth DeArmond, Secretary; Norman Flanigan, Social Chairman; Paul Whisman, Treasurer; Bud Nunley, Vice President. Mrs. Aslinger and Mrs. Lancaster were our very efficient Sponsors. Our Class Favorites were Burble Owenby and Helen Armstrong.
Well, our last year has finally ended. There are only seventy-two students in the class. Mrs. Lowry, Mrs. Reynolds, and Mrs. Clark were our Sponsors. Our class was presided over by Bud Nunley, and with the help of Nancy Neely as Vice President we have proceeded splendidly. The other officers were Susan Ingle, Sec retary; Anne Holcombe, Treasurer; and Donnie McCall, Social Chairman.
Hattie Hood and Elizabeth DeArmond
4Seniors, the American public school system is one of the greatest social inventions of all time. It has provided the road to opportunity for millions upon millions of our people. I am confident that you, a product of the nation's public schools, can be counted on to become a useful citizen wherever you are.
Image Not AvailableMr. W. A. Rose Physical Education
Miss Frances Prince Eighth Grade
Mrs. Frances Lovelace Eighth Grade
Mrs. C. G. Doss Physical Education
Mrs. Marie Lowry Social Studies
Mr. Casey Stephenson Health, Math, Physical Education. Coach
Dt AvailableMrs. Irene Reynolds English
Mr. Wm. R. Turner Principal
Mrs. Mary Mellon Clark Commercial Studies
Mrs. Agnes Maxwell Librarian
Mrs. Lillian Lancaster English, Social StudiesSection O cce
Standing: left to right, John Rose, Mrs. Lowry, Bud Nunley, Mrs. Reynolds, Donnie McCall. Seated: Mrs. Clark, Anne Holcombe, Susan Ingle, Nancy Neely.
8JOHN PETERS "Much space is vacant--his feet are no longer with us."
Boy’s Ensemble 4; Key Club 2,3,4; Science Club I; Echo Staff 4; Commencement Usher 3; Football 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Capt.
4; Baseball 1,2,4; Queen’s Attendant 3; B-Club 220.127.116.11; 4-H Club 1.2; Hall Monitor 3;
Golf Team 4. Echo Staff 4; Christmas Play 4.
CAROLYN SUSAN INGLE "Thy voice is a celestial melody"
Farragutt 1; National Honor Society 3. Vice President 4; Cheerleader 3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; F.H.A. 1.2.3,4; B-Club 3.4; F.T.A. 4; Tumbling Team 4; Chorus 2.4; Student’s Voice 4; Senior Class Secretary; Christmas Play 2; Minstrel 3; All Student's Play 2; Office Monitor 3.
ANNE MARIE HOLCOMBE
"-------how shall I say it?"
Y-Tcens 1.2,3.4, Secretary 2; Library 1; F.
H.A. 1,2.3.4. Social Chairman 4; F.T.A. 4;
National Honor Society 3.4; Tumbling Team 4; May Day Attendant 2.3; Cheerleader 3,4;
Head Cheerleader 4; B-Club 2,3,4; Chorus 2.3.4; Student’s Voice 3.4; Senior Class Treasurer; Minstrel 3.
HAZEN ROBERT WALKER "What brutal mischief sits upon his brow." Football2.3.4; Track2,3,4; Tumbling Team 4; Basketball Manager 3; Hi-Y 3.4. Sergeant -at-Arms4; Key Club 2,3,4, Sec. 4, Director 3; Queen Attendant 2; B-Club 3.4; Commencement Usher 3; Editor of Echo 4; Science Club 1; Boy's Ensemble 4; Christmas Play 4; All Student Play 3.
ELIZABETH DeARMOND "The smile that won’t come off."
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 2,3,4, Vice Pres- 4;
National Honor Society 3.4; Majorette 2,3,
4; Head Majorette 4; Glee Club 2.3; B-Club 3.4; Treasurer Freshman Class; Minstrel 3;
Girl's County3; Class Secretary3; Alternate Girl’s State 3; Hall Monitor 1; Science Club 1; Usherat Commencement3; Student Voice 3,4; Echo Staff 4; Carnival 4.
WILLIAM LAWRENCE MAY "Thou little knowest the mischief done." Class President 1,3; Class Vice-President 2; Hi-Y 3.4; Key Club 3.4; Student Council I, 3; Boy’s County 1, Commencement Usher 3; Basketball 1,2,3.4; B-Club3.4; National Honor Society 3. President 4; Boy's Ensemble 4; Track 2.3, Capt. 4; Student’s Voice 3.4; Chorus3,4; Minstrel3; Alternate Boy's State 3; E.T.E.A. 4.
DONALD R. McCALL "The loud laugh that speaks the vacant mind."
South 1,2; Basketball 1.2.3,4; F.T.A. 2.3.
Social Chairman 4; Hi-Y 1.2,3,4; Social Chairman Hi-Y 3; Hall Monitor 4; Science Club 4; Social Chairman Senior Class; Key Club 4.
HATTIE ELAINE HOOD "What comes to my mind, I say."
Y-Teens 1.2,3,4, Sec. 4. Social Chairman 2; F.H.A. 3.4; F.T.A. 4; Science Club 1.2; Student Council 1; B-Club 2,3,4; Student's Voice 3,4; Echo Staff 4, Art Editor 4; Hall Monitor 2; Office Monitor 3,4; All Student Play 3; Christmas Play 4.JOSEPH HAMILTON MILLER "He had a startling genius, but somehow it didn’t occur."
Key Club 2,3.4. Treasurer 4; Science Club 2.4; Hi-Y 3; Student’s Voice 3.4; Track 2; Commencement Usher 3; Boy’s Ensemble 4.
BETTYE RUTH GARRISON "The dreams of men"
Student Council 2; F.H.A. 4; Hall Monitor 3; B-Club 3.4.
JACQUELYNN ALLEN "Sigh'd and looked, and sigh'd again."
Karns 1; Class Treasurer 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4;
Y-Teens 1,3,4; Glee Club 1.2,3; Hall Monitor 3; Student’s Voice 3.4; F.T.A. 4; Majorette 3,4; Tumbling Team 4; B-Club 3.4.
JOHN G. ROSE "Wherein consists the essence of good.” Key Club 2,3,4, Secretary 2,3, V. President 4; Basketball 2,3,4; Echo Staff 4; B Club 3. 4; Science Club 4; Boys' Ensemble 4; Business Manager of Sr.Class; C.S.U. 1, E.T.E.A. Chorus 4; Chorus 4.
MARY GERALDINE RIMMER "I wish I'd said that."
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Vice President Y-Teens 2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. President4; F.T.A. 1; Basketball 1; B-Club 2,3,4; Majorette 4.
FRED T. MORRIS "I shall not pass this way again!" B-Club 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Chaplain Hi-Y 3. Echo Staff 4; Football 1,2,3.4; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 1,2; Boy’s Ensemble 4.
C. T. NUNLEY III ”1 hate quotations. Tell me what you know."
Key Club 2,3,4, Director 2, President 4; F.T.
A. 3.4. President 4; Student’s Voice 3.4;
Science Club 4; C.S.U. 1; National Honor Society 3,4, Treasurer 4; Boy's Ensemble 4;
Band 18.104.22.168, Captain 3,4, Drum Major 4; Commencement Usher 3; Alternate Boy’s State 3; Vice President Junior Class; President Senior Class; Student Council 2; Hall Monitor 3.
NANCY BAXTER NEELY "As merry as the day is long." Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Social Chairman 3. President 4; C.S.U. 1; Science Club 2; Student Council 2,4, President 4; F.T.A. 1.2,3.4. Secretary 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3.4; Sophomore Class Secretary; Senior Class Vice President; Student’s Voice 2,3,4, Asst. Editor 3, Editor 4; Commencement Usher 3; Chorus 4; Office Monitor 2,4; B-Club 2,3,4; D.A.R. Award 4.VIRGINIA FAY BRYSON "By her laughter ye shall know her."
Science Club 2; F.H.A. 4; Echo Staff 4; F.
T.A. 1; Hall Monitor 4; Usher Baccalaureate Sermon 3; Girl’s State 3; B-Club 4.
PAUL SHOFNER DEAN JR.
" Much wisdom often goes with fewest words.' Key Club 2.3.4; Band I.2.3.4.
LEWIS H. SMITH "I am the last of my race, my name ends with me."
Key Club 2,3,4; Bowling Team 3; Echo Staff 4; Science Club 1; 4-H Club 1.2; Track 2;
Boy’s Ensemble 4; Chorus 1; Hall Monitor 2.
SHIRLEY ANN BURGIN "She hath caught a man; what woman wants more ?"
Echo Staff 4; F.H.A. 4; Usher Baccalaureate Sermon 3; Hall Monitor 4; B-Club 4.
JOE EDWARD STRANGE "The world wasnot complete untill came." Basketball 1,2.3 ,4; Hi-Y 3.4; 4-H Club 1.2. 3.4; B-Club 4.
SYLVIA ROBERTA OSWALD "There’s a lot of fun in this world. Why not find it?"
Y-Teens 22.214.171.124, Treasurer 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3, 4; Science Club 2; Student's Voice 3; Echo Staff 4; B-Club 3,4; Office Monitor 3; Hall Monitor 4.
JO ANN LYONS "A woman of her own will."
Tyson Jr. Hi. 1; West 2; Y-Teens 2; F.H.A. 4.
ROBERT CAWOOD FABIAN " We wuz robbed."
Key Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1; Bowling Team 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Science Club 1,2; Paper Staff 4; Track 2; Boy's Ensemble 4; Chorus 1,2; B-Club 2,3,4.
11GLEN ALLEN MINTON "Small things are not small if great results come from them.”
Science 1.4; 4-H Club 1.2; Hi-Y 4.
BARBARA RUTH SATTERFIELD "A maiden never bold." Hall Monitor 3; Office Monitor 4.
DOROTHY JEAN SATTERFIELD "Strew gladness on the paths of men.” Hall monitor 3.4.
N. H. STRANGE "Who is stronger than thou?" Echo Staff 4; Basketball Mgr. 4.
BETTYE JOYCE WINKLE "Sweeter thy voice, but every sound is sweet."
Student Council 4; Hall Monitor 2; Office Monitor 4.
BOB WEBB "I shall return."
FRANK LANDON DUNCAN "Oh. the sufferings of a bashful boy.”
4-H Club 1,2,3,4; Track 4; Science Club 4;
BARBARA ANN HARRIS "The blush is beautiful but sometimes inconvenient."
Rule 1,2; Y-Teens 1; Chorus 3,4; Student’s Voice 4; Minstrel 3; Talent Show 3; F.H.A. 4.
12TOMMIE LEE LIVELY "Let's be friends or I'll knock you down."
B-Club 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1.
GEORGE ANDERSON REVELL " Never do today what you can do tomorrow.” Science Club 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Student's Voice 3,4; Baseball 1; Hiking Club 2; Boy’s Ensemble 4.
DAVID NIEL LINDSEY "I should of stood in bed."
MERLE PATRICIA BOWLES "A fair exterior is a silent recommendation."
Bearden - Sterns 1; Central-Young2; Young
I. D. RECTOR "Tobacco Road"
SHIRLEY FAYE HANSARD "The quiet mind is richer than a crown.”
MARY NELL TIPTON "A smile is a whisper of a laugh."
JACK BURLESON "Mine is not an idle cause.”KATHLEEN MAXEY "This will never do!"
F.H.A. 1,2.3; Y-Teens 126.96.36.199; Basketball 1; B-Club 1,2,3,4; Glee Club I.2.3.4.
MIKE KELSEY HENDRICKSON
"------shall I begin with the usual jokes?”
Karnsl; Football 2,3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Director 4; B-Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4, President 4; F.F.A.l; Boy’sCounty 3; Volunteer Boy’s State 3; Boy's Ensemble 4.
LOUIS F. VEAL "Hold the fort, I’m coming."
Key Club 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Bowling Team 3; Echo Staff 4; Baccalaureatte Usher 3.
BETTY LORENE SCARBROUGH "I say the very things that made the greatest stir."
F.H.A. 2,3.4; F.T.A.2; Library Club 3,4; Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Secretary 4; Echo Staff 4; Baccalaureate 3.
GLENN RAYMOND WHEELER "More brawn than brain."
Rule 9,10; Hi-Y 3.4; Football 3.4.
EVELYN DAVIS " Oh, for the love of this dark-haired beauty." Y-Teens 1,2; B-Club; Cheerleader 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Freshman Favorite; Sophomore Favorite.
JO ANN BAUMANN "The hostess of the sky, the moon." Glee Club 2.4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1.2. 3,4; Science Club 1.
ARTHUR LOWE "Speech is great, silence is greater." Football 2,3,4; Hi-Y 3; Student's Voice 3.
14PAUL D. WHISMAN, JR.
"His friends he loved."
Football 1,2,3.4. Captain 4; Baseball 1,2,4; Basketball 3,4; B-Club 1,2,3.4; Hi-Y 3,4; Treasurer Jr. Class; Track 4.
DONNA MARIE WITT "How far are we from home?" Y-Teens 2.4; F.H.A. 3.4; Library Staff 2.3. 4.
RICHARD E. McCURRY "I am ready to try my fortune."
MAE BRISCOE "She has the wisdom of many and the wits
East 1.2.3; Glee Club 3.4; F.H.A. 4; Y-Teens 3.4; French Club 3; F.T.A. 3.
JIM GRUBB "Here I am -- for what?"
BENNY ROGER COX "Go easy on girls; a pretty blond is my weakness."
Football 1,2; 4-H Club 4; Student's Voice 3.4.
JACK AIKEN "A stranger hither? So am I."
THOMAS FRANKLIN GRODEMAN "No man is so great as mankind."WALTER LEE MORRIS III "Our reasons for liking him are many."
Key Club 2,3,4; Basketball,3; Band 3.4; Drum Major 3; Hi-Y 3.4; Science Club 1; Track 3;Commencement Usher
MACK LOWE No one knows what he can do until he tries."
DAN ORRIN THOMAS "With a little help I could manage the world."
Student Council 1, Key Club2,3,4;Basketball 2, 3; Bowling Team 3; Baccalaureate Usher 3.JUNIOR OFFICERS
Standing: Mrs. Asllngcr, Mrs. Doss, Mr. Davidson. Sitting: Juanita Cox, Wilma Townsend, Howard Sentell, Charlie Newman.
Standing: Mrs. Mauldin, Mr. Hendrickson, David Brown. Sitting: Eleanor Sentell, Sally Hendrickson, Wanda Grlndstaff. (Not Pictured: Carroll Keith).
Standing: Mrs. Lancaster, Mrs. Helsley. Sitting: Jane Hutchinson, Jean Cope, Sammy Steele, Von Settlemyer.
17Top Row.L. to R.: Richard Turner,Sue Wells, Ross Haynes, Wilma Townsend, Tom Howard. Second Row: Gwendolyn Newby, Richard Pack,Gloria Young, Andrew Davis, Lynda Hall. Third Row: Jerry Davis, Nancy Bidwell, Phillip Lowe, Wanda Davis, John Moore. Fourth Row: Jim Clarkson, Jeanette Massengale, Max Lemmon, Judith Fricks. Fifth Row: Edna Cox, Charles Nance, Norma Munsey, Lynn Spangler.
18 p Row, L. to R.: Dorothy Mahan, Ray Haynes, Peggy Clowers, Gordan Bradshaw, Delores Owenby. Second Row: arles Weaver, Charlene Oglesby, Jimmy Jackson, Shirley Koontz, Ray Edwards. Third Row: Hester Helton, Glenn rker, Joy Dansby, Edwin Dexter, Carolyn Fox. Fourth Row: Gary Fitzmaurice, Patsy Dale, Jackie Warren, Patricia andler, Roy Davis. Fifth Row: Mary Agnes Hobbs, Fred Seymour, Imogene Cupp, Gary Heath, Anne Hickey.
19Top Row, L. to R.: Howard Sentell, Becky Reagin, Jerry Pease, Betty Mitchell, Johnny Shell. Second Row: Margaret Stansberry, Tom Kidd, Juanita Cox, Jerry Johnson, Nancy Moyers. Third Row: Carl Kidd, Margaret Wise, Jack But-terini, Karen Chapman, Lloyd May. Fourth Row: Joan Underwood, Lloyd Burgin, Emma Nell Hobbs, Sam Johnson, Crum Williams. Fifth Row: Jackie Booher, Jerry Byerly, David Thomas, Tommy Stooksbury, Charlie Newman.
20Top Row, L. to R.: Betsy Anderton, Charles Miller, Janice Carter, J. D. Pruitt, Joyce Stinette, Doyle Johnson. Second Row: Norma Knott, Lester Steele, Wanda Hillis, Whisman Nicely, Melvin Blakely, Margaret Hobbs. Third Row: Junior Young, Imogene Lawson, David Valentine, Kay Pratt, Bill Weathers, Faye Pratt. Fourth Row: Dennis Owenby, Althea Stalyons, A1 Stamps, Dot Cardwell, Charles Duncan, Claudette Cartwright. Fifth Row: Ronnie Cronan, Mary Lou Carhart.
21Top Row, L. to R.: Jeff Ball, Seaton Kaderly, Martin Battling, Nancy Lampkin, Butch Lowry, Elizabeth Ann Duncan. Second Row: Dixie Monroe, Michael Pritchet, Jamie Scantlin, Ronnie Baumann, Laine Rowe, Richard Mays. Third Row: Jack Moore, Nancy Towle, Don Sentell, Margie Helton, Bob Lott, Demarus Purdom. Fourth Row: Carolyn Chadwell, Johnny Shell, Loretta Whaley, Bob Sanders, Nancy Jane Chadwell, Joe Vaden. Fifth Row: Don Cope, Sally Hendrickson, David Brown, Dawn Cantrell, Kenny Wantling, Joann Norris.
22Top Row, L. to R.: Virginia Cox, Bill Morris, Joyce Moore, Jack Ogle, Bernice Jones, Jack Covington. Second Row: 3ill McCarter, Jonetta Coile, Tom Reed, Anne Duncan, Robert Lynn, Mary Sharp. Third Row: Doris Piasackl, James Cagle, Gretta Grant, Billy Dills, Mable Cox, J. L. Ford. Fourth Row: Betty Sellers, Bob Monroe, Sarah Hayes, Buddy Wright, Emily Rayfield, Carroll Keith. Fifth Row: Eddie Hitlon, Veronica Smith, Charles Felknor, Deloris Neff, Glenda Sayne, June Franklin.
23Top Row, L. to R.: Bob Johnson, Nancy Phillips, Jack Long, Eleanor Sentell, Harold Green, Wanda Grindstaff. Second Row: Dorothy Nutter, Ruth Price, Wanda Brown.Janice Ellison Max Hutton Linda Duncan Kenton Brooks Geneva Burris
French Wilson Lucy Brimm Tommy Dockery Joyce Marie Cox Harvey Collins
Carolyn Huffstatler Terry Ailor Jannaice Strange Dick Halcombe Christine Davis
Bob Scarbrough Carolyn Lowe Robert Cox Barbara Irwin Joe Thomas
Mable Weaver Larry York Betty Lampkin Rex Hutton Wanda Ware
Bud Purdom Bltsy Wright Terrell Bird Betty Jo McDaniel John Franklin
Emily Ann Lewis Cody Norman Sue Scantlin Richard Epps Mary Ranney
Robert Ray Carol Quinn Cosbie Ashburn Barbara Atchley Clyde Hunley
Loretta Smith Donald Bee Jane Hutchinson
Elmer Ritchette Mary McCoigTom Baker Georgia Wilkerson Brook Stanley Glenna Brooks John Morgan
Willodeen Armstrong Billy Jo Beardsly Ilean Seay John Seamons Ruth Grills
Wayne Abbott Shirley Colling Dewey Guy Nora Mae Grubb James Pierce
Jean Cope Arthur Ewing Shirley Satterfield Bob Harris Nancy Tobler
Lewey Guy Charlotte Smith Don Stansberry Loretta Underwood Ritchie Coleman
Carolyn Bell Roy Carter Mary Jane Lee Harry Harwell Judy Montgomery
Richard Tucker Alla Mae Franks Billy Ogle Nancy Jenkins Henry Henegar
Faye Owenby Bob Mann Barbara Voiles Tommy Fergueson Shirley Hook
Donald Johnson Daisey Branch Nick Bowles Patsy Caylor Jimmy Simms
Glenda Chadwick Russell Hickey Judith Leamon Arley Lee Jimmie Milani
26Nina Cooper Homer Owenby Vcrnita Coleman Judson Kidwell Jimmy Gamble
Jay Roehl Peter Rogers Tommy Smith Helen Brownlee Leon Grodeman
Patsy Moore Jimmy Evans Marilyn Clark Jimmy Fox Roberta Cox
Quentin Green Jewel Kirby C. T. Cozart John Dukes Gene Coker
Carl Bright Tom Tillman Marion Williams Mike Retenbach Norma Dockery
Ray Fain Lois Knott Wayne Pyle Barbara White Jerry Johnson
Glenda Cole Elbert Ford Patsy Gates Danny Carhart Mary Katherine Frost
Ernest Walker A1 Harvey Don Paine William Nixon Lester Long
Ronnie Burris Sam Steele Phillip Kinser Von Settlemyer James Jefferies
Front Row, L. to R.: C. Bidwell, D. Golden, W. Drake, B. J. Cooper, B. Pogue, J. Harris, E. White, M. L. Helton. Second Row: F. Lovelace (teacher), P. Smith, E. R. Taylor,J. Smith, j. Bishop, D. Gilbreath, C. Barlow, B. Vance. Third Row: D. Anderton, J. Hendrickson, M. Berry, B. Carson, J. Leath, G. Abbott, K. Clowers, J. Cook. Fourth Row: P. Williamson, C. Coughlen, R. Finney, J. McKee, G. Johnson, D. Prater, T. Halcomb, H. Weeks, M. Golden.
Front Row, L. to R.: Mrs. Catherine Hembree, N. Blair, L. Hayes, R. M. Wilson, B. J. Kelley, P. Orvens, K. Pritchett, J. Towle,J. A. Lea. Second Row: G. L. Jaques, A. Holt, E. Watkin, B. J. Lovell, B. Loveday, M. Dunlap, S. Sum-mey, B. L. Roe. Fourth Row: J. Ray, E. Long, D. Fritts, R. Beeler, B. McCurry, B. Garrett, H. Wheeler, T. Lumpkin.
First Row,L. to R.: Miss Prince, C. Lynch, D. Weaver, G. Roulston, G. McDonald, J. Roberts, N. Newton, D. Warren, C. Ammons, M. Pierce. Second Row: A. Cupp, P. Pcnsworth, F. Fritts, C. Sherrill, A. White, M. E. Vaughan, C. Felknor, G. Letsinger, G. Price. Third Row: W. Cronan, J. Plumlee, C. Powell, F. Stansberry, R. Freer, D. Dale, J. Johnson, D. Dean, D. Leaman, J. Kerr. Fourth Row: D. Collier, O. Lamb, L. Ferguson, R. Varnell, B. Owens, H. Owens, R. Covington, G. Summey.
28Student Council: President, Nancy Neely; Vice President, Sammy Steele; Secretary, Don Sentell; Treasurer, Glenn Parker; Sponsors, Miss Prince, Mr. Hendrickson.
President, Larry May; Vice President, Susan Ingle; Secretary, Betty Scarbrough; Treasurer, Buddy Nunley; Sponsor, Mrs. Aslinger.
30President, Nancy Neely; Vice President, Carolyn Fox; Secretary, Hattie Hood; Treasurer, Roberta Oswald;Program Chairman, Kathleen Maxey; Social Chairman, Elizabeth DeArmond; Sponsor, Mrs. Lancaster.
President, Eleanor Sentell; Vice President, Jean Cope; Secretary, Nancy Towle; Treasurer, Glenda Cole; Social Chairman, Nancy Phillips; Sponsors, Mrs. Helsely, Mrs. Doss.
31President, Buddy Nunley; Vice President, Kelsey Hendrickson; Secretary, Nancy Neely; Treasurer, Margie Helton; Social Chairman, Donnie McCall; Sponsor, Mrs. Aslinger.
President,Gerry Rimmer;Vice President, Elizabeth DeArmond; Secretary, Karen Chapman; Treasurer, Juanita Cox; Social Chairman, Anne Holcombe; Sponsor, Mrs. Mauldin.
32'resident, Bud Nunley; Vice President, John Rose; Secretary, Bobby Walker; Treasurer, Joe Miller; Director, Kelsey lendrickson; Sponsor, W. R. Turner.
Sponsor, Mr. Hendrickson,ff -y
President, Glen Wheeler; Vice President, Joe Strange; Secretary, Joe Miller; Treasurer, Donnie McCall; Sergeant-at-Arms, Bob Walker; Sponsor, Mr. Rose.
President, Pete Stewart; Vice President, Don McCall; Secretary, Carl Kidd; Sergeant-at-Arms, Jack Butterini, David Thomas; Sponsor, Mr. Holifield.Safety 'Pa toC
36Student s ‘Voice
Managers: Mrs. Clark. George Revell, Ben Cox.
Sdit iuzl Sta , "Student 'ZW'
Editors: Nancy Neely, Susan Ingle, Larry May, Anne Holcombe, Tommy Stooksbury.
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COACH STEPHENSON Head Coach
COACH ROSE Assistant Coach
OFFENSIVE TEAMJOHN PETERS Fullback
PAUL WHISMAN Quarterback CAPTAIN
BOBBY WALKER Guard
TOM GRODEMAN Halfback
CHARLES GENTRY HalfbackFRED MORRIS Center CO-CAPTAIN
BILL PRICE Guard
43Front Row: J. But ter ini; D. McCall; J. Peters, Captain; L. May; S. Steele. Back Row: J. Strange; B. Webb; B. Lowry; J. Moore; D. Brown; J. Rose; P. Whisman.
Nov. 24 - T. S. D...................HOME
27 - POWELL....................THERE
Dec. 1 - LENOIR CITY...............THERE
4 - CENTRAL.....................HOME
8 - RULE........................HOME
11 - CARTER......................HOME
15 - YOUNG.......................HOME
18 - EAST........................HOME
22 - OPEN........................OPEN
29 - WEST.......................THERE
Jan. 5 - RULE......................THERE
8 - FULTON .•..................THERE
12 - CATHOLIC....................HOME
15 - KARNS......................THERE
19 - YOUNG......................THERE
22 - POWELL......................HOME
26 - CARTER.....................THERE
29 - GIBBS......................THERE
Feb. 2 - CATHOLIC..................THERE
5 - FARRAGUT...................THERE
9 - GIBBS.......................HOME
12 - KARNS.......................HOME
16 - T. S. D....................THERE
19 - FARRAGUT....................HOME
443-TEAM Front Row: M. Rcntcnbach; T. Baker; L. Guy; P. Lowe; J. Pease, Capt.; R. Haynes; D. Guy. Back Row: B. Harris; G. Bridges; M. Pritchett; C. T. Kozart; R. Cronan; K. Wantling; T. Ailor.
OLLEYBALL TEAM Front Row: L. DeArmond; W. Townsend; J. Massengill, Capt.; E. Sent ell; W. Grindstaff. Back low: G. Rimmter; W. Davis; M. Helton; K. Chapman; V. Cox. V zn4itef
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LONGMIRE DRY CLEANING SERVICE
Phone 8-1217 8-2276
4503 Kingston Pike Knoxville, Tenn.
Where Loveliness Is Made Lovelier
CONGRA TUL A TIONS SENIORS The Garden Pips Iron Works, Inc.
THE PIKE MARKETCURETON
RADIO AND TELEVISION Compliments
Locust at Western
Phone 2-4595 SWAN'S BAKERY
Compliments of HOLSTON PRINTING CO.
SEALS DRUG STORE 4205 Old Kingston Pike
Kingston Pike Phone 8-3515 Phone 8-1411
BENTLEY SIMON, INC.
7 West 36th St., New York 18, N. Y.
CHOIR GOWNS, PULPIT ROBES, CAPS, GOWNS, HOODS for All Degrees Outfitters to over 3000 Schools, Colleges, and Churches
PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATIONSCOMPLIMENTS
JOHNSON TRUCKING COMPANY
PHONE Day 3-1935 Night 8-1303
SENTELL BROTHERS HARDWARE
DIAL 4-3095 3023 SUTHERLAND AVENUE
NORGE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES WESTINGHOUSE - RCA - AND EMERSON
TELEVISIONDENDERS ESSO SERVICENTER
Kingston Pike At
Forest Park Blvd.
Drive Carefully The Life You Save May Be Your Own
MAIN STORE AND HOME CENTER
1643 W. Cumberland Ave.
Men's Clothing and Shoes Paul Dean Phone 5-3337
GRADY JAQUES, HAIRDRESSER
1815 W. Cumberland Knoxville Tennessee
OLLIE HALE SERVICE STATION
Authorized AAA Emergency Station Service
Kingston Pike at Forest Hills Blvd. Phone 8-9175
1918 East Magnolia Ave.
HIGHLANDS BARBER SHOP
R. C. Irwin
Best WishesMcKEE MOTEL BROYLES-MILNER CO.
On US 70 11
"Glass House Restaurant next Door" Distributors For DuMont Television
Shop At FONDE'S BUILDERS SUPPLY Telephone 8-3812
5200 Kingston Pike THE ELECTRONIC SHOP
For Radio — Television — Appliances
All Your Household And Hardware Needs Sales and Service 5714 Kingston Pike
Phone 8-1311 Knoxville Tennessee
GOOD LUCK Compliments of
CLEANERS NORRIS MOTOR CO.
5810 Kingston Pike Knoxville's Craziest and Fastest Dealer
5314 Kingston Pike
HAMILTON NATIONAL BANK
Gay Street At Clinch
West Knoxville Branch North Knoxville Branch
Cumberland at 19th Broadway at FifthJno D. Stair C. R. Bradley Pro . Manager FRED McMAHAN GROCERY
IDEAL CLEANERS AND DYERS
INC. Groceries Fresh Meats
Quality And Service Always We Deliver
Phone 3-6191 1821-23 W. Cumberland Phone 3-0481
Compliments of of
4 - Square Auto Stores Near U.T. Campus
THE TENNESSEE VALLEY BANK
4815 Kingston Pike, N.W.
Complete Banking Services Safe Deposit Boxes
Interest On Savings Accounts 2%
Best Wishes For A Successful Future
You can make it a successful future by taking a thorough business course at the Draughon Business College — we teach both Gregg shorthand Hi-Speed shorthand, an ABC shorthand that can be completed in 6 weeks.
DRAUGHON BUSINESS COLLFGE
325 West Clinch Ave.
Knoxville, TennesseeYOUR PROBLEM - TO GET THE BEST BUSINESS TRAINING IN THE SHORTEST PERIOD OF TIME
WE OFFER COMPLETE BUSINESS TRAINING
WE ALSO OFFER A CHOICE OF GREGG SHORTHAND OR THE NEW ABC SHORTHAND - SPEEDWRITING
(STUDENTS WHO HAVE HAD GREGG SHORTHAND START IN ADVANCED GREGG CLASSES)
KNOXVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE
Modern — Folly Air Conditioned 4-3043 - 209 West Church Ave.
KNOXVILLE SANDGRAVEL MATERIAL CO.r INC.
Sand — Gravel And Ready-Mix Concrete
Telephone 3-2147 Knoxville, Tenn.
Clinch and State Phone 2-8191
TENNESSEE OFFICE SUPPLY
Printing - Ruling - Binding FlowersTo AllThe World By Wire
Knoxville Tenn. you want a photograph... you want a fine photograph
and that’s the only kind your official photographer takes!
Photograph Studio Second Floor
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CHARLES W. DUNFORD SERVICE STATION
of the of
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C. W. Winegar,
Southern Sales Mgr.
Wendell Deyton Representative
412 Commercial Bank Knoxville, Tenn.
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