Gallatin High School - Green Wave Yearbook (Gallatin, TN)
- Class of 1953
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Because of her devotion to
her profession and the wis-
dom and efficiency with
which she has guided her
students. the Senior Class of
I953 fondly dedicates this
edition of the GREEN WAVE
to Mrs. Mary Spivey.
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He who keeps the spirit of the boy
Shall gladly grow to be a happy man.
Class Tournament, '50, '51, '52, '53, F,F,A., '50, '51, '52, '53
Basketball. '51, '52, '53, Captain, '53g Skill Contest, '50, '51
'52, '533 Camera Club, '52, '53g "B" Team Football, '50
Science Club, '50, Judging Team, '51, '52.
She was a leader of leaders.
Latin Club, '50, '51, Vice-President, '50, Treasurer, '51g
French Club, '52, '53, Treasurer, '52, President. '533 Science
Club. '50, '51, '52, '53g Beta Club, '51, '52, '53, President,
'53, Three-Act Play, '51, Skit, '51, '53g Dramatic Club, '51,
'52, '53, Secretary, '52, President, '53, Three-Act Play, '53,
One-Act Play, '51, '52, '53g State Forensic Meet, '51, '52,
All-Star State Cast, '51, '52g Middle Tennessee Forensic
Meet, '51, '52, All-Star Cast, '51, '52p C.V.C. Forensic Meet,
'51, '52, All-Star Cast, '51, '521 Home Room Vice-President.
'51p Glee Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, Hilltop Highlights Staff,
'50, '51, '52, '53, Editor '533 Ars Artis Gratia, '51, Drama
Editor, '51g GREEN WAVE Staff, '53, Feature Editor, '53:
Basketball Manager, '53g Student Body Committee, '52, '53g
Teen Town, '50, '51, '52, '53. Representative, '50, '513 C.V.C.
Music Meet, '50, '51, '52, "Chocolate Soldier" chorus, '50g
"Mikado" chorus, '51g Mid-State Music Festival, '50, '51g
Sumner County Festival, '50, '51, '52, '53.
If you love me as I love you.
No knife can cut our love in two.
Science Club, '50, '51g Latin Club, '50g Glee Club, '50, '51,
'52, '53, Trio, '52, '533 Sextet, '53: Sumner County Music '
Festival, '50, '51, '52, '53g C.V.C. Music Meet, '50, '51, '52, '53, N f
"Chocolate Soldier" chorus, '50g "Mikado" chorus, '513 . " vt
Mid-State Music Festival, '50, '51, '52g Cheerleader, '50, 51,'5' FX
'533 Dramatic Club, '53, Class Tournament, '50, '51, '52g its
Home Room Secretary, '52g GREEN WAVE Staff, '53g Band, X .
'52g Teen Town, '50, '51, '52, '53. XWXQ
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Why aren't they all contented like me? A
Home Economics Club, '50, '51, '52, '53: Commercial Club TXQXYQ
'52, '533 Glee Club, '53g GREEN WAVE Staff, '53. rd ,K X
ROBERT BIRDWELL lx
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Glee Club, '48, '493 "B" Team Football, '47, Varsity Foot 'li X
21511, '48, '49g Dramatic Club, '53g Class Tournament, '48, '49, , X :S
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Sweet and gentle, kind and good,
Always doing what she should.
Home Economics Club, '50. '51: Glee Club. '51, '533 Class
Tournament, '51g Sumner County Music Festival, '51g Com-
mercial Club, '53.
SHTRLEY ANNE BRADLEY
A ,form more fair, a face more sweet,
Ne'er hath it been my lat to meet.
Commercial Club, '52, '53g Home Economics Club, '50, '51,
'523 Dramatic Club, '533 Class Tournament, '50, '51: As You
Like It Club, '52g Teen Town, '50, '51, '523 GREEN WAVE Staff,
'52, Glee Club. '50, '5l '52, '53, C.V.C. Music Festival, '50,
'51, '523 Mid-State Music Festival, '50, '51, '52g Sumner
County Music Festival, '50, '51, '52g "Chocolate So1dier"
chorus, '50, "Mikado" chorus, '51.
Pass on fair ladies-I heed thee not.
Dramatic Club, '53g Latin Club, '50, '5lg Class Tournament,
'50, '51, '52g Field Day. '52L As You Like It Club, '53g Teen
Town, '52, '53, GREEN WAVE Staff, '53, Class Vice-President,
'5l3 Volunteer Boys' State, '523 Glee Club. '51, '52, '533
Octette, '53: C.V.C. Music Festival. '51, '52, '53: Middle
Tennessee Festival, '51, '52, '53, Sumner County Music
Festival, '51, '52, '53.
MARY ELIZABETH BRANHAM
Books are good enough in their own way but
they are mighty bloodless substitutes for life.
Home Economics Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, Glee Club, '50,
'51, '52: Commercial Club, '52, '53g Home Room President,
'5Og Science Club, '51, As You Like It Club, '523 Dramatic
Rather than love, than money, than
fame, give me truth.
Latin Club, '50, '511 Dramatic Club, '533 As You Like It
She that was ever fair and never proud:
Had tongue at will and yet was never loud.
Home Economics Club, '50, As You Like It Club, '53g Beta
It is better to be faithful than famous.
F.F.A., '50, '51, Camera Club, '513 As You Like It Club, '53.
ROBBIE SUE BUTLER
It is a wornan's business to get married as soon as
possible, and a man's to keep unmarried as long
as he can.
Home Economics Club, '50, '51, '52, '53: State Voting Dele-
gate, '5ls: Commercial Club. '52, '533 Beta Club, '53, Glee
Club, '5 .
CHARLENE STAMPS CALLIS
Love is a game in which both players always win.
Home Economics Club, '50, '51, '52. '53, Science Club, '503
Commercial Club, '52, '533 Class Tournament, '50, '51, '52g
Glee Club, '58, '
A lover once always loves again.
Latin Club, '50, '5l: Spanish Club, '52: Language Club,
'53, Beta Club, '51, '52, '53: Commercial Club. '52. '531 Glee
Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, C.V.C. Music Festival. '50, '51, '52, '53'
HENRY COX CHARLES GREER
Vice President RQPOTWT
DON LEWIS, JR. BETTYE FINCH
JAMES SPROUSE BETTY ALDERSON BATES
Tmasurer JoAN WOODARD
MRS. HUTTON, MRS. PERSON
Mid-State Music Festival, '50, '51, '52, '533 "Chocolate
Soldier" chorus, '50, "Mikado" chorus, '51g Sumner County
Music Festival, '51,
A loving heart is the beginning of all knowledge.
Latin Club, '503 Science Club, '50, '511 Commercial Club,
'52. '53, Pep Squad, '52. '531 Camera Club, '51, '531 Band,
'50g Glee Club. '51, '52, '53g Operetta, '50, '513 Trio, '52, '533
Sextet, '53g Sumner County Music Festival, '50, '51, '523
C.V.C. Music Festival, '50, '51, '523 Mid-State Music Festival,
'50, '51, '523 "Chocolate Soldier" chorus, '50g "Mikado"
chorus, '51g Class Songwriter, '53.
His face was of that insipidly pleasing kind
which women call "not bad-looking,"
F.F,A., '50, '51, '52, Home Room President. '51, '52g Home
Room Vice-President. '53: Sergeant-at-Arms, '50, Camera
Club, '53, Vice-President, T133 Dramatic Club. '531 "B" Team
Football, '49: Varsity Football, '51, '52, Captain, '52, Teen
Town, '50, '51, '52, '53, President, '53.
Few persons have courage enough to appear
as good as they really are.
Science Club, '50, 51. 52, '53: President, '533 Latin Club, '50,
'513 Vice-President. '52, Beta Club, '51, '52, '53: Vice-Presi-
dent, '533 Hilltop Highlights. '50, '51, '52, Class Tournament,
'51, '52, Varsity Basketball. '53: GREEN WAVE Staff, '52, '53:
Junior Editor, '52: Editor. '53: Student Council Committee,
'53' Pep Squalj '49 '50. '51, '52g Girl State Alternate, '52,
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Natural charm and winsome grace,
Sincerity coupled with a lovely face.
Class Vice-President, '50, Latin Club, '50, '51, President, '50,
Glee Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, Reporter, '52, President. '53,
Dramatic Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, Vice-President. 52, Historian,
'53, Three-Act Play, '53, Class Reporter, '51, Class Tourna-
ment, '51, Football Queen Attendant, '52, Home Room
president, '51, Hilltop Highlights Staff, '51, '52, '53, Society
Editor, '53, Science Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, Beta Club, '51,
'52, '53, Talent Show. '51, '53, Three-Act Play, '51, C,V.C.
Forensic Meet, '50, '51, '52, Second Place Girls Original
Oratory, '50, First Place Dramatic Reading, '51, First Place
Girls Original Oratory, '52, Clarksville Forensic Meet, '50,
'51, '52, Second Place Girls Original Oratory, '50, First Place
Girls Original Oratory, '52, Voice of Democracy Contest
State Winner. '51, State Forensic Meet, '52, First Place Girls
Original Oratory, '52, Mid-State Music Festival, '50, '51,
C.V.C. Music Festival, '50, '51, "Chocolate Soldier" chorus,
'50, "Mikado" chorus, '51: Ars Artis Gratia, '51, Poetry Edi-
tor, '51, GREEN WAVE Staff, '53, Sumner County Music Festi-
val, '50, '51, '52, '53, Pep Squad, '51, '52, President of Student
Council, '53, D.A.R. Representative, '53, Valedictorian, '53.
Neatness is never a mistake.
Varsity Basketball, '49, '50, Class Tournament, '48, '51, '52,
Glee Club, '49, '50, '51, '52, As You Like It Club, '52, '53.
The joy of youth and health her eyes displayed,
And ease of heart her every look conveyed.
Latin Club, '51, Home Economics Club, '52, Science Club,
'52, '53, Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, "Mikado" chorus, '51,
Sumner County Music Festival, '51, '52, C.V.C, Music Festi-
val, '51, '52, Mid-State Music Festival, '51, '52, Art Club,
Camera Club, '52, Play Day, '51, Band, '51, Majorette,
I have been dying for twelve years, now l am going to live
Dramatic Club, '53, Three-Act Play, '53, Camera Club, '53
President, '53, Student Council, '52, '53, GREEN WAVE Staff
'53, Class President, '53, Class Prophet. '53, F.F.A. '50, '51,
'52, "B" Team Football, '50, Varsity Football, '51, '52, Bas-
ketball Manager, '50, Class Tournament, '52.
Quiet, unassuming, and a likable fellow.
Glee Club, '52, C.V.C., '52, Speech Club, '52, F.F.A., '50,
'51, '52, '53, Class Tournament, '50, '51, '52, '53, F.F.A.
Basketball, '51, '52, '53, "B" Team Basketball, '50, Foot-
ball Manager, '50, '51, Varsity Football, '52, "B" Team
Football, '49, '50, '51.
NORMA JEAN CRooK
Rare is the union of beauty and modesty.
Entered from Tullahoma High School, 51, Student Council,
'50, Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, C.V,C. Music Festival, '51, '52,
Mid-State Music Festival, '51, '52, Sumner County Festival, V
'51, '52, Latin Club, '51, Art Club, '51: Commercial Club.
'52, '53, President, '53, Home Room Treasurer, '51: Glee
Club Operetta, '51, Dramatic Club, '53, Girls State, '52:
Football Queen, '52, Beta Club, '53, Student Body Com-
mittee, '53, GREEN WAVE Staff, '53, Pep Squad, '51, '52.
MINNIE BELLE CRUTCHER
Little deeds of kindness, little words of love
Help to make earth happy, like the heaven above
Science Club, '50, Latin Club, '50, '51, Glee Club, '51, '52,
'53, Assistant Secretary, '51, C.V.C. Music Festival, '51, '52,
Glee Club Operetta, '51: Mid-State Music Festival, '51,
Sumner County Music Festival, '51, '52, Student Council,
'51, '52, Beta Club, '51, '52, '53, Corresponding Secretary,
'53, Commercial Club, '52. '53, Secretary. '53, Appreciation
Club, '51, Home Room Secretary. '53, Student Council
Committee, '52, Dramatic Club, '53, Football Queen At-
tendant. '52, GREEN WAVE Staff, '53.
Ever loyal, ever true
To the tasks he had to do.
Science Club, '50, '51, '52, Beta Club, '52, Class Tournament,
'50, '51, Latin Club, '50, Vice-President. '50, Home Room
Zggeasurer, '50, Student Council, '50, As You Like It Club,
A little curly-headed, good-for-nothing,
And mischief-making monkey from his birth.
Glee Club, '51, '52, Spanish Club, '51, '52, Treasurer, '51, '52,
C.V.C. Music Festival, '52, "B" Team Football, '49, '50,
C.V,C. Forensic Meet-Debating Team, '52, Appreciation
Club, '51, '52, As You Like It Club, '52: Cheerleader. '502
Home Room Vice-President, '51, '52, '53, Mid-State Music
They're only good who are truly good.
Entered from Louisville, Kentucky, '52, Beta Club, '53'
Hilltop Highlights Staff, '52, '53, C.V.C. Music Festival
Smile with an intent to do mischief.
Dramatic Club, '53, Three-Act Play, '53, Spanish Club, '52,
Class Treasurer, '53, Student Council, '52, GREEN WAN'E
Staff, '53, Class Tournament, '50. '51, '52, F.F.A., '50, Teen
Town, '50, '51, '52, '53, Secretary-Treasurer, '53, "B" Team
Football, '49, '50, Varsity Football, '51, '52.
Life without mirth is a lamp without oil.
Latin Club, '50, '51, Spanish Club, '52, Science Club, '50,
'51, Glee Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, C.V,C. Music Festival, '50,
'51, '52, '53, Mid-State Music Festival, '53, State Music
Festival. '51, '53, Glee Club Operetta, '51, '52, Commercial
Club, '52, Dramatic Club, '53, Sumner County Music Festi-
val, '50, '51, '52, '53, Dramatic Club Skit, '52.
A woman should run through fire and water
for such a kind heart.
'50, '52, Camera Club, '51, As You Like It Club,
The hand that hath made you ,fair hath 'made you good
F.H.A., '52, '53,
To live a life of pleasure is impossible
without living a life of virtue and justice.
F.H.A,, '50, '51, '52, '53, Spanish Club, '53, Secretary, '53
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As You Like It Club, '51, '52, Class Tournament, '52'
Varsity Basketball, '51, '52, '53, Co-Captain, '53, Class
Tournament Coach, '52, Play Day, '52, Class Tournament,
'50, Home Room Reporter, '52.
If silence is golden, I'll be poor all my life.
Cheerleader, '51, '52, Science Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, Latin
Club, '50, Dramatic Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, Vice-President,
'53, Dramatic Play, '50, '53, Dramatic Reading Contest,
'51, Debating Team, C,V.C. Forensic Meet, Clarksville
Forensic Meet, '52, Glee Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, Glee Club
Operetta, '51, '52, C.V.C. Music Festival. '50, '51, '52, '53,
Sumner County Music Festival, '51, '52, '53, Mid-State
Music Festival, '50, '51, '52, '53, Teen Town, '50, '51, '52, '53,
Camera Club, '51. '52, '53, Pep Squad, '53, Student Body
Committee, '53, P.T.A. Stunt Night, '52, Vocal Elimination
Contest, '53, Class Tournament, '50, '51, Play Day, '51, '52,
Beta Club, '53, Class Poet, '53, Hilltop Highlights Staff,
'51, '52, '53, GREEN WAVE, '52, '53, Class Reporter, '53.
He is a gentleman, because his nature is
kind and affable to every creature.
F.F.A., '50, '51, '52, '53, President, '52, '53, Skills Contest,
'50, '51, Dairy Judging Team, '52, Parliamentary Procedure
Contest, '53, National Convention, '53, State Convention,
'50, '51, '52, '53, Home Room Treasurer, '52, Camera Club,
MARY SUE GARRISON
The more mischief the better sport,
Spanish Club, '52, F.H,A., '50, Foreign Language Club, '53,
Commercial Club, '52, '53, Band, '51, '52, C.V.C. Music
Festival, '52, As You Like It Club, '51.
To be merry best becomes you: for, out of
question, you were born in a merry hour,
Glee Club. '50, '51, '52, honorary member. '53g C.V.C. Music
Festival, '50, '5l. '52g Glee Club Operetta, '50, '51: Sumner
County Music Festival. '50, '51, '52, '53, Beta Club. '52, '53,
Secretary. '53, Latin Club, '50, '51, Secretary, '511 Dramatic
Club. '533 Hilltop Highlights Staff, '51, '52g GREEN WAVE Staff,
'53, Achievement editor. '533 Home Room Secretary, '52g
Science Club. '50, '51, '52, '53, Secretary, '53g Teen Town,
'50, '51, '52, '53, Queen. '51: Pep Squad, '52, '533 Class Presi-
dent. '5l: Class Secretary, '52: Football Queen Attendant
'533 Art Club, '51g Student Body Committee, '52,
Stately and tall he moves in the hall,
Chief of a thousand for grace,
Class President, '52: Class Treasurer. '5l: Glee Club, '51,
'52, '53, '54: C.V.C. Music Festival, '51, '52: Mid-State Music
Festival. '51, '52, '53: Sumner County Music Festival, '51
'52, '533 Boys' Octette, '53: GREEN XNAVE, '52, '53. Junioi
Business Manager, '52. Business Manager, '53g Art Club,
'513 "B" Team Football, '493 "G" Club, '513 Hilltop High-
lights Staff, '50, '51, '52, '53. Editor, '51, Dramatic Club,
'50, '511 Science Club, '50, Camera Club, '51, '52, '53, Vice-
Presidentg Varsity Football, '49, '50, '51, '52, Captain, '52,
Varsity Basketball, '52, '53, Co-Captain, '52: Boys' State, '52:
Banner All Mid-State Football Team, '52: Tennessean All
Mid-State Team, '52: Honorable Mention. All Stateg Teen
Town. '50, '51, '52, '53, Vice Mayor, '52,
MARTHA ANN GREEN
And her modest answer and graceful air,
Show her wise and good as she is fair,
Student Council, '51, '52, '53, Secretary-Treasurer, '53: Glee
Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, Honorary Member, '53, Sumner Coun-
ty Music Festival, '50, '51, '52, C.V.C. Music Festival. '50,
'51, '52: Mid-State Music Festival, '50, '51, '52: Latin Club,
'50, '51, President, '51, Science Club. '50: Dramatic Club,
'51, '53: Commercial Club, '52, '53. Reporter, '53g Hilltop
Highlights Staff. '52, '53, Beta Club, '51, '52, '53: GREEN
WAvE Staff, '53g Pep Squad, '53, Student Body Committee,
'52g Home Room President, '51,
Of ladies I'ni. jondg of books I vary,
Really, you know 1'rn quite contrary,
F.F.A,, '50, '51, '52g F.F.A. Basketball, '51, '52: "B" Team
Football, '49, '50: Varsity Football. '51, '52, Most Valuable
Player, '52, Second Team on Banner, '52, Third Team On
Tennessean, '52, Second Team C.V.C., '52g Baseball, '49, '50g
Forensic Meet at Clarksville, '52: C,V.C. Forensic Meet:
Home Room Vice-President, '49g GREEN WAVE Staff, '533 Class
Basketball Tournament, '50, '51, '52, '53g Glee Club, '52:
Debating Team, '52g Camera Club, '51: Science Club, '49:
Dramatic Club, '51, '52: Teen Town, '50, '51, '52,
The best portion of a woman's life is her little,
nameless, unreniembered acts of kindness and
F.H.A., '50, '51: Glee Club, '50, '53: Spanish Club, '513 Art
Club, '51: Commercial Club, '52, '53g Foreign Language
Club, '53g Science Club, '50,
He is grown so high. that a man dares not come
near him by the length of a may-pole.
Team Football, '47, '48, '49g "B" Team Basketball, '48,
'49: Varsity Football, '52: Baseball, '48, '49g Spanish Club.
'49: Student Council, '49: Home Room President, '533
Dramatic Club. '53g Glee Club. '53g GREEN WAVE Staff, '53g
Varsity Basketball, '50, '53, Captain, '533 Science Club, '48:
Football Manager, '49: U. S, Army, '41, '52: Band, '47, '48Z
Class Tournament, '48, '49g Senior Octette, '53.
Who walks a road with love will never walk
that road alone again.
Class Tournament, '51, '52, Coach, '51, '52: Basketball, '51,
'52, '53. co-captain, '53g F,H.A., '5l3 F.F.A. Queen, '51g Home
Room Secretary, '52, '53: Commercial Club, '53.
His strength is as the strength of ten
Because his heart is pure.
lgaatin Club, '50, '51g As You Like It Club, '51q F.F.A,, '52,
See golden days. fruitful of golden deeds,
With joy and love triumphing.
F.F.A. Club, '50, '51, '52, '53.
I've taken my jun where 1 found it.
Entered from Isaac Litton, '5lg Glee Club, '51, '52, '531 Mid-
State Music Festival, '51g C.V.C. Music Festival. '51, '52g
Glee Club Operetta, '513 Dramatic Club, '51, '52, '53, Latin
Club, '51: Class Tournaments, '51, '52g Commercial Club,
'52: Home Room Vice-President, '52: Pep Squad, '52: P.T,A,
Stunt Night, '52, Clarksville Forensic Meet, '51, Debating
Jo ANN HUNT
A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance.
F.H.A., '50, '51, '52, Science Club, '51, Commercial Club, '51,
As You Like It Club, '53g Glee Club, '53.
A mind at peace with all below,
A heart whose love is innocent.
F.H.A., '50, '51, '52, '53, Reporter, '53g Spanish Club, '533
Foreign Language Club, '53: Commercial Club, '52, '53:
Class Tournament, '51, '52g Basketball, '53: GREEN WAVE
'53g Hilltop Highlights, '53.
Yet is beauty the pleasing trickery that
cheateth half the world.
F.H.A., '50, '51, '52, '53, Glee Club, '52, '533 Commercial Club,
,LYA SUE KEY
. All who tgou win jog, must share it.
1-'.H.A. no, '51, '52, 'sag c merdal Club,.53g Glee Club, '52
Cl?snJ1'owfQrnent, '52. X 4
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DON LEWIS, JR.
I think well of myself as I rightly should,
If 1 didn't, then who would?
GREEN WAVE, '53, Home Room President, '51, "B" Team
Football, '49, Varsity Football, '50, '51, '52, C.V.C. Second
Team. '52, Class Tournament, '52, '533 Field Day, '52g Class
Vice-President, '53, Basketball Manager, '52.
A guardian angel o'er her life presiding,
Doubling her pleasures, and her cares dividing.
F.H.A., '50, '51, '52p Beta Club, '51, '52, '53g Commercial
Club, '52, '53, Treasurer, 53, Student Council, '51, '52g Home
Room Secretary, '51, Hilltop Highlights, '52, GREEN WAVE,
'53p Glee Club, '53, Library Assistant, '53.
MILDRED ANN MARLER
Never change when love has found its home.
F.H.A., '50, '51, '52, Beta Club, '53, Commercial Club, '52,
'53, Home Room Reporter, '5lg Hilltop Highlights Staff, '53g
GREEN WAVE Staff, '533 Glee Club, '52, '53, Pep Squad, '51g
Class Tournament, '50, '51, '52, C.V.C. Music Festival, '52,
Sumner County Music Festival, '52, '53, Mid-State Music
Festival, '52, '53.
BETTY SUE MARTIN
Good works are worth much, and cost little.
F.H.A., '52, Commercial Club, '53.
Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low,
An excellent thing in woman.
F.H,A., '50, '51, '52, '53, Glee Club, '51, Commercial Club
'53, Beta Club, '53,
In thee is seen the map of honor, truth, and loyalty.
F,H.A., '50, '51, '52, '53, Spanish Club, '53, Foreign Language
Club, '53, Class Tournament, '50, '52.
She thinks like a philosopher, and acts like a queen,
F.H.A,, '50, Glee Club, '51, Commercial Club, '53, Beta
MARY LOUISE PRUITT
Gladness of the heart is the life of woman,
and the joyjulness of woman prolongeth her days.
F.H.A., '50, '51, Spanish Club, '52, As You Like It Club, '53
He gets his mental exercise by jumping to conclusions.
F.F.A., '50, '51, '52, '53, Treasurer, '52, '53, Class Tournament,
'50, F.F.A. Basketball, '52, Skills Contest, '52, '53, F.F.A.
Livestock Judging Team, '52.
You can tell the character of a man when
you see how he receives praise.
Entered from Carthage, '51, F.F.A., '51, '52, '53, F.F.A.
Basketball, '52, Class Tournament, '52, F.F.A. Judging Team,
'51, Varsity Basketball, '53, Chapter Star Farmer, '53,
On the football field he set a wicked pace,
But, believe me, he was faster in Cupid's race.
Home Room President, '52, Student Council, '51, '53, Boys'
State, '52, Dramatic Club, '53, Glee Club, '50, '51, '52,
Hilltop Highlights Staff, '52, GREEN WAVE Staff, '53, "B"
Team Football, '49, Varsity Football, '51, '52, Most Valuable
Back, '52, C.V.C. Second Team, '52, Class Tournament, '50,
'51, '52, F.F.A,, '50, '51, '52, Clarksville Field Day, '52,
Sumner County Music Festival, '50, '51, '52.
Grace was in all her steps,
Heaven in her eye,
In every gesture
Dignity and love.
Glee Club, '50, '51, '52, Honorary member, '53, Beta Club,
'51, '52, '53, Skit, '51, '53, Three-Act Play, '51, '53, Latin
Club, '50, '51, Reporter, '51, French Club. '52, '53, Secretary,
'53, Dramatic Club. '51, '52, '53, Skit, '52, Three-Act Play,
'53, Hilltop Highlights Staff, '52, '53, GREEN WAVE Staff, '52,
'53, Junior Editor, '52, Editor, '53, Dramatic Club One-Act
Play, '51, '52, State Play Winner, '52, State Forensic Meet,
'51, '52, Home Room Reporter, '53, Science Club, '50, '51, '52,
'53, Teen Town, '50, '51, '52, '53, Pep Squad, '52, Middle
Tennessee Forensic Meet, '51, '52, C.V.C. Forensic Meet.
'51, '52, All-Star Cast. '51, Student Body Committee, "53,
C,V.C. Music Festival, '50, '51, '52, "Chocolate Soldier"
chorus, '50, "Mikado" chorus, '51, Mid-State Music Festival,
'50, '51, Sumner County Music Festival, '50, '51, '52.
It is the prime duty of a woman to look well.
Neatness is the asepsis of clothes.
Home Economics, '50, '51, '52, '53, Song Leader, '53, Spanish
Club, '51: Band, '50, '51, '52, '53, Secretary, '51, Reporter,
'52, President, '53, Foreign Language, '53, Commercial Club,
'52, '53, Class Tournament, '52, Glee Club, '53, C.V.C. '51, '53,
Science Club, '50.
FAYE GREGORY SLOAN
We are shaped and fashioned by what we love.
Home Economics Club, '50, '52, Commercial Club, '52, '53,
Vice-President, '53, Class Tournament, '52, Glee Club, '50,
'51, Home Room Secretary, '51, Vice-President, '52, Treas-
urer, '53, F.F.A. Queen, '52, GREEN WAVE Staff, '53.
Near or far-high or low-
Show us a better man if you can,
F.F.A., '50, '51, '52, '53, Vice-President, '53, Class Secretary,
'51, '52, "B" Team Football, '50.
What's the use of thinking if you can't say what you think?
Football Manager, '51, Dramatic Club, '50, '51, '52, '53,
Camera Club, '51, '52, Boys' State Candidate, '51, '52, Latin
Club, '50, '51, French Club, '52, Science Club, '50, '51, '52,
'53, Class Secretary, '52, GREEN WAVE Staff, '53, Hilltop
Highlights, '53, Pep Squad, '52, C.V.C. Forensic Meet, '51,
'52, Stunt Night, '52,
Give to the world the best you have
And the best will come back to you.
Entered from E.T,S.C. School, '52, Student Council. '51, '53,
Beta Club, '51, '53, GREEN WAVE Staff, '53, Glee Club, '51,
Band, '50, Science Club, '50, '51, '53, Dramatic Club, '50, '51,
'53, Latin Club, '50, '51, Debate Team, '51, '53, Pep Squad,
'51, Historian, '53,
A good laugh is sunshine in a house.
Home Economics Club. '50, '51, '52, Commercial Club, '52,
'53, Glee Club, '51, '52, '53, Science Club, '50, '51, C.V,C.,
'51, '52, "Mikado," '51, Mid-State Festival, '51.
Energy will do anything that can be done in the world.
Class Tournament '50, '51, Basketball, '52, '53, Captain, '53,
Home Economics Club, '50, '5l. '52, Foreign Language Club,
53, Spanish Club, '53, Vice-President, '53, Play Day, '51,
'52, Coach, Class Tournament, '52, '53.
Ambition should be made of sterner stuji.
F.F.A., '49. '50, '51, '52.
MARY TRUDE WALLXNGFORD
Happiness is like a kiss, you must share it to have it.
Glee Club, '50, '51, '52, Honorary member, '53, Beta Club,
'51, '52, '53, Latin Club, '50, '51, Dramatic Club, '51, '52, '53,
Commercial Club, '53, Science Club, '50, '51, '52, GREEN
WAVE Staff, '53, Teen Town, '50, '51, '52, '53, Beta Club Skit,
'51, Mid-State Music Festival, '50, '51, "Chocolate Soldier"
chorus, '50, "Mikado" chorus, '51, C.V.C. Music Festival,
'50, '51, '52, Sumner County Music Festival, '50, '51, '52,
RUBY JEAN WILLIAMS
She is the pattern of all patience.
Home Economics Club, '50, '53, Class Tournament, '52, As
You Like It Club, '50, '51, '52,
Who loves not wine, women, and song,
He is a fool his whole life long.
Entered from Hendersonville High School. '52, Spanish
Club, '52, Sergeant-at-Arms, '52, Teen Town, '52, '53,
Dramatic Club, '53.
MARY MARGARET WILLMORE
'Tis better to love one little boy lots
Than lots of little boys little.
Latin Club, '50, Science Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, Glee Club,
'50, '51, '52, '53, Secretary, '50, '51, '52, Sumner County
Music Festival, '51, '52, "Mikado" chorus, '51, "Chocolate
Soldier" chorus, '50, C.V.C. Forensic Debate Team, '52,
C.V.C, Musical Festival, '50, '51, '52, Clarksville Forensic
Meet, Debate Team, '52, Home Room Vice-President, '51,
Student Council '52, Hilltop Highlights Staff, '52, '53, GREEN
VVAVE Staff. '53, Pep Squad, '49, '50, '51, '52, Dramatic Club,
'52, '53, Football Queen Attendant, '52, Beta Club, '53,
Class Tournament, '50, '5l. '52. '53, Girls' State Alternate,
'52, Teen Town, '50, '51, '52, '53.
She has more goodness in her little finger
than some have in their whole body.
Home Economics Club, '50, Commercial Club, '53.
The glass of fashion and the mold of form,
The observed of all observers.
Glee Club, '50, '51, '52, '53, Science Club, '50, '51, '52, '53,
Latin Club. '50, Dramatic Club, '52, '53, Class Secretary.
'50, Home Room Secretary, '52, Cheerleader, '53, GREEN XNVAVE
Start, '53, Pep Squad. '51, Sumner County Music Festival,
'50, '51, '52, C.V.C. Music Festival, '50, '51, '52, Mid-State
Music Festival, '50, '51, '52, Teen Town, '51, '52, "Mikado"
chorus, '50, "Chocolate Soldier," '49.
BETTY ANN WOODWARD
Her air, her manner, all who saw admir'd.
Class Treasurer, '52, Home Room Vice-P 'd t '52 ' -
Beta Club, '51, '52, '53, Treasurer, '53, Taleliiisgligvv, '51',
Commercial Club, '52, '53, Dramatic Club, '51, '52, '53, Glee
Club,-'50,-'51, '52, '53, Honorary Member, '53, C.V.C. Festi-
val. 50. al, 52, '53, Girls' Sextet, '52, '53, Mid-State Music
Festival. 'aO,.'ol, '52, '53, Operetta chorus, '50, '51, Sumner
County Music Festival, '50, '51, '52, '53, Latin Club, '50, '51,
Secretary, '50, Science Club, '50, Student Council, '52, '53,
Vice-President, '53, Hilltop Highlights Staif, '52, '53, Joke
Editor, '52, '53, GREEN WAVE Staff, '53, Who's Who, '53, Class
Tournament, '51, '53, Football Queen Attendant, '52, Girls'
State. 52: Pep Squad, '51, '52, Teen Town, '50, '51, '52, '53,
Salutatorian, '53. .
God wrought splendidly,
And gave to earth a gentleman!
F.F.A., '50, '51, '52, '53, F.F,A. Judging Team, '51, '52, '53,
Class Tournament, '50, '51, F.F.A. Basketball, '53,
Gratitude is the sign of a noble soul.
Home Ec ' Cl b, '50, '51, ' ' -
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Mary Ellzabeth Branham
Robble Sue Butler
Charlene Stamps Callxs
Norma Jean Crogk
MIHHIE Belle Crutcher
Mary Sue Garrxson
Martha Ann Green
Jo Ann Hunt
Lxla Sue Key
M1ldred Ann Marler
Betty Sue Mart1n
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Oh Mrs Sp1vey
4She Just tlunks 1tJ
I cant Mrs Spxvey
Sorry you mentloned
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Such IS 11fe
Oo Sho nuff
Co cola and potato chlps
Wonder who I got a letter
Tell em all about xt
I wouldn t be a b1t
Do hmk ee
Lets go smoke
Speck that w1ll get It
Well well Ill say
To to too
W31t11 I get my camera
Dad blame lt
Her ex dlam
Bemg w1th Vlolet
Keeplng up Wlth Carl
Talkmg about Fred
Keepmg up the Coley
Her collection of men
Dealmg off the bottom
Bemg Football Queen
HIS ways w1th g1rls
VlSltS to the ORIG?
Bemg the General
Her Hartsv1lle men
Llklng many men but
lovmg only one
Plcture takmg ab1l1ty
Be glad when Sad dee comes Bemg true to B111y
I don t know
Now llsten here
Law sez mercy
Come on B1lly
Wonder xf I got a letter
Have you got a date'J
Gotta call Pee Wee
Where s Robert?
Have some ra1s1ns
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Now that wasn t hard
Be1ng a good boy
Date w1th W1llene
Be1ng a bench warmer
Long black ha1r
Her ab1l1ty to study
Her he1 ht
Slow ta k
Sw eet d1spos1t1on
Speed 1n typ1ng
Be1ng Wlth Tom
Lady l1ke ways
move to Hendersonvllle
Jom Kukla and Ollxe
ra1se a fam1ly
get a dxamond
get enough credxts
read all the books that have
get out tper1odJ
be a plumbers wlfe
run a goat dairy
be a lady wrestler
glve Vl0l6t that other rmg
be a nurse
To find a man who w1ll remam
To l1ve on Dry Fork Creek
Go to college 1n Texas
To go on a honeymoon on a
be the first female Presldent
get out 1n SIX years
a Drum MaJorette
a draft dodger
to U T
km to the supt
farmer s w1fe
whlte collar loafer
own Crescent H111
be a sallors wlfe
find a new ha1r do
be a housewlfe
be Mrs Ford
Always gomg steady w1th
To be mayor of South Tunnel
To Wflte poetry
To be a certa1n Eng1neers w1fe
To keep the women knocked off
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to Trevecca College
keep track of Earl
be a better boy
go to college 1n V1rg1n1a
be a war brlde
get a prlvate telephone
get her second r1ng
l1ve 1n V1rg1n1a
take over Montgomery Bell
hang on to h1S freshman g1r
be a man about town
l1ve 1n Texas
an 1deal Wlfe
somethlng she has never
To get her M R S degree
To find somebody she d lxke to
go steady Wlth
leave G H S
marry an older man
get h1s two front teeth
Appearances w1th Fredd1eT0 settle down
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Ah bull Her pretty teeth
be a secretary
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l1ttle l1ver p1lls
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l-lere s lust lor you olear G l-l S You ve watched us wnth a slcullful eye
Our last farewell to you And seen us safely through
Whlle In joy you smiled wlth Us Your emblem s blazoned on our hearts
ln tears you saw us through ln colors deep and true
Before us more lmportant helds Dear G l-l S there as no vonce
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,Ann Alexander. Patsy Allen. Ann Allard, Billie Faye
Anderson, Tommy Armstrong. Frank Bartlett,
Juanita Bass, Dotty Birdwell. Della Mai Borden,
Loren Borders, Bobby Boren, Mary Louise Bradley,
Catherine Ann Branham, Jeanette Brooks, Isaac
Brown, Eddie Bruce, Bobby Lee Butler, Washley
Byrn, Patsy Caldwell, Bobby Carter, Carolyn Cas-
teel, Jimmy Celsor, Willie Celsor, Don Cherry, Dora
Ann Coley, Janice Cooper. Ruth Cox, George Cox,
Shirley Creekmur, Mary Louise Crews, Ruth Cross,
Oscar Dalton, Betty Sue Dismukes, Clifford Dobbs,
Betty Jean Dozier. Lullia May Draper, Louise Duifer,
Lois Durham, Ann Edmonds. Nancy Farris, Katye
Sue Fleming, Tyler Ford, Mary Love Fowler, James
Allen Franklin, June Franklin. Tommy Franklin,
Juanita Frazer, Ersie Fuqua. Wilma Grantham,
Frances Gregory, Thomas Gr-iffy, Lee Roy Grizzle,
Billy Hackett. Jean Hackett, Beatrice Harper, Evelyn
Harper, Norma Harrison, Patricia Hendrickson, Nor-
man Herod, Bobby Hesson, Lena Hibbitt, Mary
I IIOR CLASS
President AL WADE JONES
Vice President MAC MCLEAN
Secretary JANICE WOODWARD
Treasurer DOTTY BIRDWELL
Sgt.-at-Arms FRANK BARTLETT
Repo,-ter ANNE MASSEY
Cheerleaders DORA ANN COLEY
AND IMOGENE MCCRARY
Sponsors Mas. HARSH, Mas. BAULCH
Louise Hoffman, Huey Hunter, Charles Isenberg, Na
Dean Jamison, Peggy Jeannette, Al Wade Jones, Al-
vin Lewis Jones, Geraldine Jones, Roy Earl Jones,
Jeanette Keen, Sandra Key, Ann Lacy, Nellie Mae
Lee, Larry Lesemann, Mattie Love, Betty Lou Man-
ning, Dianne Martin, Robert Hugh Martin, Anne
Massey, Beatrice Masters, Estel Masters, Thelma
McCormick, Evelyn McCrary, Imogene McCrary,
Everette McCullough, Mac McLean, Jerry McMurty,
Shirley McWhirter, Audrey Mitchell, James Over-
ton, Maurice Pendarris, Jo Petty, Martha Pryor,
Wayne Ray, William Ray, Hugh Scott, Patsy Scott,
Freddie Senter, Barbara Simpson, Mary Ann Simp-
son. Leonard Smith, Tony Spurlock, Margaret
Stafford, Paul Stewart, Wilma Taylor, Patricia
Thomas, Gradie Tucker, Nelson Turner, Janice
Tuttle, Philip Tuttle, Ann Love Vantrease, Martha
Withers, Janice Woodward, Jo Ann Wright, Sue
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President . . JOE HAYNES
Vice President CARTER HUGHES
Secretary . , EDDIE PERSON
Treasurer WILLIAM PETTY k S 2
Reporter . JUDY DUNCAN ' K 1. J
Cheerleaders Doais HUGHES
AND JOANNE HUMBLE
Sponsors MRS. DRAPER, MRS. MARY SPIVEY
Jimmy Alexander, Mary Jo Allen, Albert Apple,
Janis Brown Apple, Billy Barnes, Kenneth Barry,
Malone Belote, Hilda Boze, Johnny Bracy, Ernest
Bradley, Jackie Bradley, Le Grande Brown, Murial
Jean Brown, Paul Brown, Pauline Brown, Sue
Burgess, Robert Burrow, Lillian Cage, Mary Reese
Casteel, Bobby Chambers, Reba Cherry, Doris Clai-
borne, Bertrand Cothron, Mary Jane Coulon, Wanda
Creekmur, Billy Davis, Carrie Lee Dismukes, Kath-
rine Dobbs, Elise Douglas, Shirley Ann Draper, Billy
Driver, Edwina Dulworth, Judy Duncan, Bobby
Durham, Betty Jean Dyer, Shirley Ann Fuqua, Pa-
tricia Gaither, Hulen Grant, William Gray, Willie
B. Green, Adelle Greenwood, Clara B. Gregory,
James Guthrie, Nancy Harness, Nealie Harris,
Nathan Harsh, Hall Haynes, Joe Mann Haynes,
Ovida Heady, Herbert Hilton, James Hines, Rabon
Hodges, Tommy Hogin, Betty Jo Howard, Charlotte
Hudgens, Faye Hudson, Carol Hughes, Carter
Hughes, Doris Hughes, Jo Anne Humble, Carol
Hunter, Bettye Francis Jenkins, Russell Jenkins,
James H. Johnson, Glenn Jones, Maxine Jones, Rich-
ard Jones, Evelyn Julian, Gene Kemplenger, Bill
Kirkpatrick, Tommy Langford, Lucille Leath, Wanda
Leath, James Lee, Jerry Lee, Charlie Love, Alene
McDearman, John L. McMurty, Ronald McMurty,
Sammy Massey, Janice Martin, Jimmie Matthews,
Ross Mayberry, Rita Moncrief, Corrinne Norman,
Faye Oldham, Harry Parker, Leonard Perry, Eddie
Person, Billy Petty, John Porter, Rebecca Pryor,
Shirley Pryor, Patsy Raines, Phillip Reid, Patsy Rich-
ardson, Henry Scott, Gayle Seay, Mark Shaw, Sue
Simpson, Martha Strong, Tommy Strother, Charlie
Swaney, Betty Jo Taylor, Helen Dorothy Taylor, Ruth
Templeton, Alfred Thomas, Guthrie Thurman, Rich-
ard Tibbetts, Billy Wade, Violet Walker, Harry
Watkins, Carline White, Betty Jean Wilburn, Shir-
ley Ann Wilburn, Jo Miller Wilkes, Harold Williams,
Robert Williams, Harold Willmore, Dorothy Witcher,
Florence Withers, Jerry Woodard, Jo Ann Woodard,
John Woodard, Wilma Woodward, Helen Marie
Wright, Jackie Wright, Mary Ann Wright.
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ander, Ronnie Allen. Betty Jane Allred, James E.
Apple, James F. Apple, Marshall Ray Apple, Virginia
Armistead, Doris Marie Baker, Lois Ann Barton,
Billy Bradbury, James Bradley, James Brizendine,
Jo Anne Brizendine, Dianne Brooks, Ann Brown,
Beaman Orvill Brown, Nelda Ruth Brown, Rueben
Brown, Shirley Elaine Brown. Russell Bruce,
Aubrey Butler, Billy Butler, G. William Cage, Albert
Ronald Carlson, Winnie Jo Carson, Lloyd Casteel,
Lois Casteel, Margaret Sue Casteel, Robert Callis,
Robert Carlton, Wayne Cherry, Bud Coley, Thomas
Eugene Collier, Doris Jean Cooper, Margaret Lee
Cox, Jane Creasy, Betty Jo Crowder, Yvonne Cul-
breath, J. A. Cummins, Harold Dobbs, Thelma Jean
Dobbs, Charles Durham, Edward D. Durham, Pa-
tricia Ann Dorris, Emma Louise Downs, Leavelle
Draper, Peggy Ann Durham, Louise Edmonds, Penel-
ope Ellsworth, Hazel Louise Farley, Linda Fitz-
gerald, Bobby Fleming, Ann E. Franklin, Ann Pope
Franklin, Mary Lynn Freeland, Betty Jane Frye,
Jerridene Frye, Puryear Gillespie, Hack Gilliam,
Carolyn Sue Gray, Homer Richard Gray, Carl
Green, Robert Glenn Hackett, Douglas Harris,
FRE HMAN CLASS
President BUD COLEY
Vice President BILL WOMACK
Secretary SHIRLEY BROWN
Treasurer JENNIE ALEXANDER
Cheerleaders DORA ANN HUNTER
AND PEGGY DURHAM
Sponsors MRS, NELL SPIVEY, MRS. BURRUM
Richard Hawkins, Sheila Hennessee, Raymond Leon
Hill, Joseph F. Hilton, Jimmy Hix, Patsy June
Holleman, Theodore Ray Howes, David Hunter,
Dora Ann Hunter, Charles lsham, Howard Johnson,
Leonora Jones, Sidney Jones, Dorothy A. Justice,
Joyce lVl, Keith, Homer Key, Wm. Ben Kirkham,
Rebecca Sue Martin, Charles E. McClanahan, Larry
McClanahan, Gerald Henry McDougal, Cornelia
Mince, Mary Moss, Marie Murphy, Rowena Over-
ton, Harold Parks, Donald Wayne Pearson, Marie
Pearson, Robert Perry, Freeda Pryor, Reynolds
Puryear, Nancy Reid, Jackie Rhea, Linda Robin-
son, Tommy Rodgers, Maynard Sherran, Katherine
Sue Simpson, Faye Sindle, Jerry Smith, Lou Della
Smith, Louise Smith, Shirley Ann Snoddy, Billie
D. Snow, Jo Ella Snow, Oliver D. Stafford, Charles
Stinson, Roy Thomas Stone, Norma Faye Strother,
Doug Suddarth, Charles Taylor, George Terry, Anna
Jo Thompson, Billy Thompson, Jimmie Thurman,
Mary Lee Thomkins, Chellis H. Vanhooser, Ford Ed.
Weather, Sarah Sue Wilburn, Jarris Williams, Irene
Withers, Billy Ray Womack, Shirley Jean Womack,
Wayne Womack, Ishmael Wood, Shelby Woodard,
Jeanette Wosten, Billy Wright, Eva Nell Wright.
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TUDE T COU CIL
President PATSY COOK
Vice President BETTY ANN WOODWARD
Secretary and Treasurer MARTHA ANN GREEN
Sponsor COL. LLOYD BROWN
The Student Council, as the representative assembly of our student body, is each
year developing more projects and increasing influence. With the leadership of ex-
cellent officers and active student committees, this year our council has progressed
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Editors , JILL
Jr. Business Manager
Jr. Picture Editor
Picture Staff , , ,
Picture Staff I
Sports Editor .
RHEA Sz NANCY COLEY
gl TYLER FORD
. JAMES FORD
I DAVID STEWART
MINNIE BELLE CRUTCHER
. LEWIS BRANHAM
Thumbnail Sketches CChm.j MARY WILLMORE
N ORMA JEAN CROOK
DON LEWIS, JR.
BETTY LOU BIRDWELL
Achievements fChairmanj SISTER GARROTT
Achievements MARY TRUDE WALLING1-'ORD
Achievements MILDRED MARLER
Achievements , , SHIRLEY BRADLEY
Achievements , ,HENRY Cox
Quotations fChm.j BETTY ANN WOODWARD
Quotations MARTHA ANN GREEN
Quotations WILLENE LOFTIS
Quotations , .FAYE SLOAN
Quotations , , I , BETTY BATES,
Quotations JOAN WOODARD
Quotations WOODSON DICKERSON
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NANCY COLEYQ JILL RHEA
Jr. Business Manager
DoTT1E BIRDWELLQ TYLER FORD
Jr. Picture Editor
JAMES SPROUSEQ SISTER GARROTTQ
Their duties will be to inspect WYVVMA MCA
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vo-Lgjfjsjg c.u.i..mN. TENNESSEE, Novizxmm 1, was
G.. H. s.1s BEING EvALU.fAGm'0ll 1
There's a big circle around thel
week of November 9th on the
school calendar. This is when thel
evaluating committee will be with
us. We have been expecting them
for the past two years and now
at last they are coming. This com-
mittee will consist of fifteen or
twenty members connected in
some way with schools in the
Southern Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools.
the school plant and school
grounds: to check records in the
principal's office, in the home-
rooms and in the class-rooms: to
count and make record of the
number of books provided in our?
library for the various fields of
subject matter taught in the high
schooli to study the qualifications
of teachers as to degrees received
and certificates held: to study the
athletic and health program car-
ried on by the school: to check
plumbing and lighting conditions
in the school: to familiarize them-
selves with the music department
which consists of piano, Glee
Club, and band: and to make a
general estimate of the quality of
work done in the school.
Other areas that are to be stud-
ied by the committee are:
1. The philosophy and objec-
tives of the school.
2. Pupil population and school
3. Curriculum and course of
EI TO G. H. S.
HILLTOP HIGHLIGHT STAFF
system of govt , 2:
which they li Editor, 5 53
which would tea ' BETTY
clearly and appi Nanc
IS and her Facul-
its of GHS have a
gratitude to our
people who have
literature, art, HAM: y Farms ing pcggmie,
0bJeCtiv9S Of TOMMY GARROTT e to keep it and
School: Jackie Bradley the spirit that it
The first objeccirculation Managers. af honor and glo.y
school 8dLlCBflOn BETTYE FINCH
sound mind in a Jo Petty V
all others are ind
1. To develop
give work exper.
occupation, and 1
in the wise use c
and natural reso
2, To help you
beauty in all its
3. To teach 5
others and their
and work cooper
4. To teach the Hughes' Carter
MARY MARGRET WILLMORE
Mariv Louise Crews
ure time so that iHudgins, Patricia Hendx-ickson,1My Man" accom,
factlon to the md Dotty Birdwell, Wilma Taylor.
fit to society. Joke Editms:
5. To teach the
ica to adjust i
world of today, '
minded and to lcgpm-ts:
6. To teach you
the fights' and d'Business Managers:
in a democratic
cise those rights
obligation of thos Sponsor:
7. To teach the Mrs- Lewis
life both to lhe ll tSeniors' names are capitalized?
society and to tra
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FOUR NEW MEMBERS
ADDED TO FACULTY
When the doors of dear old
G. H. S. opened wide this year,
many new faces appeared. All of
those new faces were not students.
Among them were four new facul-
,ty members. Although you prob-
ably know all these teachers by
gnow, here are a few facts to help
'you know them better.
II 1925 .h l b -
-We had our first? n s e enrol ed at Cum er
im for this school
Sntertained with a
n by our guests.
r and some of the
s of Gallatin High
Griffy sang "And
d 'tHere in My
FOWIEYI D 01' i Sanied by Gloria
Hughes, Cl'1BI'lOfl6Baker Sang "Rom-
nother, Mrs. Bak-
mr Piano in Three
ina Lou Ford sang
is Hard to Find"
," She was accom-
Jean Hall, who
:no solo. Everyone
ugram very much
'ward to a return
ent, was present
J, He made a few
Mrs. Hendrickson was born in
Lebanon, in 1908, as Bernice Lea-
mons. She attended grammar
school and high school at Tucker's
Cross Roads just out of Lebanon,
land Universitv graduating with
,the class of 1931 with a BA de-
lgree. During these years she also
did some teaching. English and
,history were her majors, although
math is her favorite subject. From
1930-35 rhe taught at Watertown.
In 1935 'he was married to Mr.
IJ. T. Hendrickson. They moved to
West Tennessee and she taught at
Decaturville. Later She taught at
Columbia, and for two years was
a member of the faculty at Mc-
Minnville. In 1948 the family
moved to Gallatin.
Mr and Mrs. Hendrickson have
Ilitee Lliildren-Patricia, Tommy.
and Marv Elizabeth. Patricia is a
junior here at G. H, S, Tommv
land llarv Eli1abeth attend Veca
Stuart and Howard Schools re-
You first 'net Mrs. Hendrickson
Wwhen 'she substituted here last
vear Now she is with us for good.
teaching biology and nnath. You'll
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J 1jf5GirL:Vi President .,., hy! ...... .... . NANCY COLEY
L3 Boy, ice President.. fl .,... ........,..,. M AC MCLEAN
I H Corresponding Secretary ..,4 ...,. M INNIE BELLE CRUTCHER
,rj ' Recording Secretary ....r .....,..... M YRA GARROTT
L ' fly Treasurer .sA4,,.,..... ., .BETTY ANN Woonwiuzn
Sponsor ..... ....... , .MRs. HUTTON
The Beta Club is a service organization as Well as an honor society and as such
has undertaken a number of projects. The sale of Reader's Digest, a school calendar
and a three act Play "Curtain Going Up" have all helped raise money for the school.
Their chief project was helping pay for our new projector.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
President. ., . . . DIANN MARTIN Song Leaders . , .,.,. ANN LACEY
. . AND CHRISTINE ROBERTS
Vzce President , , GERALDIN1-: JONES
Secretary ...,, , JANICE TUTTLE Historians . . , PATRICIA HENDRICKSON
AND JEAN HACKETT
Treasurer .,.r . ,RUTH COOPER
Reporter . . . . SARA KEISLING Photographer, I ....r ,,rr F AYE HUDSON
Parliamerztarian , , NORMA HARRISON
Sponsor. . . , . I , ...... MRS. MARY SPIVEY
The Home Economics Club has developed a number of projects, particularly in
crafts. An interesting chapel program and the sending of delegates to the state
convention are also parts of their planning for the year. Each girl is conscious of
the fact that the purpose of this club is to develop all the best characteristics of the
FUTUREF R ER OF AMERICA
President. R , . .. .. .. . ,.....JAMEs FORD
Vice-President , R . . . , JAMES SPROUSE
Secretary . L . ..A, TONY SPURLOCK
Treasurer .,.. ALLEN PRYOR
Sentinels , , ...,... HUGH Scorr
Reporter, , .eeA. . , CLIFFORD DoBBs
Sponsors . , , . . MR. AYDELOTT, MR, BAULCH
The F. F. A. has been active ever since We've had a school on the Hill. Under
excellent leadership our boys have Won many contests and contributed much to the
life of the community. We are justly proud of this department both for its work and
for the attractive appearance of its classrooms.
President. , CHRISTINE ROBERTS Treasurer , t ..,,,. WAYNE RAY
Vice President , CORRINE NORMAN Reporter O O . . ,JEANETTE KEEN
Secretary , .R., . . O JOANN WRIGHT Sgt.-at-Arms , T , MARGARET STAFFORD
Director. . ...... . . MR. CROMWELL
The Band has had more than its share of bad luck this year. Mr. Cromwell de-
veloped a marching band during football season and planned to perfect it later in
the year. However, a tire in the storage building destroyed or damaged much of the
equipment and a great part of the work will have to be done again when the equip-
ment is replaced.
TRUMPET: Billy Adams, Corrine Norman, Jerry Smith, Ishmael Wood: CLARINET: Christine Roberts, Marie
Murphy, Jeanette Keen, Eva Nell Wright: SAXOPHONE: Gutherie Thurman: FRENCH HORN: Bertrand Coth-
ron: FLUTE: Jo Anne Brizendineg SNARE DRUMS: William Ray, Paul Stewart: BASS DRUM: Hugh Scott,
Bobby Sue Carr: BASS HORN: Wayne Ray: CYMBOLS: Jo Ann Wrightg BELL LYRE: Margaret Stafford: DRUM
MAJOR: Jerry McMurtryg MAJORETTES: Jo Petty, Peggy Jeanette, Cornelia Mince, Jackie Bradley, Nancy
Coulon, Jane Coulon, Nancy Harness.
CO MERCIAL CLUB
President , , . , . , , NORMA JEAN CROOK
Vice President ' . FAYE GREGORY SLOAN
Secretary , . MINNIE BELLE CRUTCHER
Treasurer WILLENE Lorris
Reporter MARTHA ANN GREEN
Sponsor ,,...,.. 4 , . , . A ..,,,. . MRS. KEMP
The Commercial Club is one of the larger clubs of the school because so many
students are interested in the field it represents. A Well presented chapel program
was one of its projects, and it has as its chief aim the development of efficiency and
skill that would fit its members for competition in the world of business.
President .A...... ..A...,.., . , A.., BETTY BABER
Vice President ,. ,. R BETTYE FINCH
Secretary ,.e... R , DORIS HUGHES
Treasurer . .,... CARTER HUGHES
Reporter ,..,. s.., J OE HAYNES
Historian i.s.. . . .PATSY CooK
Sponsor, . R ...... . . . . ..,,.. T... M R. CROMWELL
The Dramatic Club will soon become a "must" for many of us on the Hill. The
production of "FOOTBALL FEVER" inspired many students to seek membership
and the rest of this c1ub's active program has kept us interested. . . ' 4'
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President, L . , . .... .A4,. . . . . .HENRY Cox
Vice President, , , . A BILLY CHAMBERS
Secretary . . PEGGY JEANETTE
Treasurer , WILMA TAYLOR
Reporter A , . JUNE FRANKLIN
Sergeant-at-Arms, L . . WILLIAM RAY
Sponsor ..o.,4...... . . .MR. AYDELOTT
The Camera Club began this year to play an active part in life at G. H. S. Soon
they hope to provide most of the photography work for the GREEN WAVE and other
high school publications.
GLEE CL B
G. H. S. has always been very proud of its glee club, its talents and its many
activities. Under the direction of Mrs. Person, it has ranked high in every compe-
tition, and we have become so accustomed to top honors that we could not be satis-
fied with less.
CIE CE CLUB
President , ,,A. , .,...A.,....., .A.A... N ANCY COLEY
Vice President. ,. , . DORA ANN COLEY
Secretary-Treasurer MYRA GARROTT
Sponsor . ,4.. , i i .MRs. DRAPER
The Science Club has had many interesting films and programs. In this day of
specialization science is a field that is intriguing to most boys and many girls, and
our Club has helped us to understand many phases of this subject.
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President, . EDDIE PERSON
Vice President JUNE FRANKLIN
Secretary ANNE EDMONDS
Treasurer NANCY FARRIS
Reporter . FF.. . . SUE BURGESS
Sponsors MRS. NELL SPIVEY, MRS. PERSON
It is partially due to our Foreign Language Club that the cultural side of our
education has been kept in the foreground. Excellent assembly programs and short
plays have been some of their contributions to this year at G. H. S.
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Captams TOMMY GARROTT JIMMY Games
Ex en though the boys mlght haxe been on the short end
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whole team was a hlghllght on Tuesday and Fr1day nlghts
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Pasteurlzecl Dairy Products
RAIL OIL COMPANY INC
Kelly Springfield Tires and Batteries
Gates Belts and Radiator Hose
AC Spark Plugs and Oil Filters
Your International Harvester Headquarters
W st Main St t Ph I
. Compliments of
Rea - ix Concrete
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Sales, Installations, Repairs
Courteous, Prompt Service
gy Kemp Motor Company
Your Oldsmobile Dealer
West Main Street Phone 506
RICKMAN ELECTRIC COMPANY
WRIGHT S GROCERY
Phone 64I Red River St
D V BIRDWELL
Let us supply your building needs
Phone 702 '
HOGIN 81 PARKS
Real Estate and Loans
Private Sales and Auctions
On the Square
Gallatin Phone lO90
COMMERCIAL PRINTING AND LITHOGRAPHING
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GALLATIN PRINTING COMPANY
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FOR BETTER CLOTHING
Davis Food Market
Cho ce Meats a a' Staple Groceries
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Kuhn s 5 IO 25c Stores
Comp! me f of
BauIcI1 Motor Co
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Gallatln Flower Shop
MRS T L WATKINS
BROWN 8: DALTON
Dry Goods Compan
a Iatm Book and Jewelry Store
E L M DONALD AND soN
Frien ly Service
Where You Gel the Best for Less
S. a er Street G II t'
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Comp imenfs of
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and Sporting Goods
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C 81 S FURNITURE
PARKER MOTOR CO
Oakley 8: Wooten Studio
Hugh School Cafeteria
Garroti: 8: Derrls
Hoiel Cordell Hull
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PONTIAC CARS BANK
N S BAKER DISTRIBUTOR
Gulf Trres Tubes Batteries and Accessones
Gene al I su anc
East Sde Public Square
Th nk of Us
Hlx Lewls Flower Shop
I23 So th Wafer St eef
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CLEANING AND LAUNDRY
Beffe Clea g
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R. C. OWEN COMPANY
NORVAL Doue-LAss o
Perkin s Drug Sfore
YOUR REXALL DRUGGIST
Chas R 8: Allan
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ENGLAND S SERVICE
W N ROBERTSON
Furniture and Electrical
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phone 766 Phone 895
Phones 300 an 30I
phone 256 Union Ice Cream
ang urn and Norris Candies
Dealers in Fine Poultry U Ccessorles
Fresh Eg s and Country Produce U is
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Williams Farm Supply .
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ROGER T VANTREASE
Katherine s Beauty TRAILWAY DINER
Shoppe PIT BAR Bcue
FIRST 81 PEOPLES SHAKES A
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Feed an Hardware
South a er Street .
Phone 555 Gallatin, Ten
I Compliments of
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Sou ater and Bledsoe Streets
Comp iments of
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AUTO PARTS 8:
GENERAL SHOE CORPORATION
A Good Place to Work
PuIot Knob Limestone
P one I3I South Water St. Phone 63 I
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Dealers of New an se ars and
Phone 764 GaIIatin, Tenn.
Phone I- tfice 68I
THE KELLY TIRE CO
Esso Products Galtatln Coal and
Firestone Tires Lurnber Co
Outboard Motors Refrrgerators
Other Electrical Applrances Phone 24
BLUE S JEWELRY STORE
Elgun Hamulton and Bulo a Watches
Diamonds Jewelry and Sllverware
A Gift from Your Jeweler ls Remembered Best
II3 North Water Street
ICE CREAM SHOP
Hundreds of ltems for the Car
J H CARUTHERS Owner
Swaney Swltt Drug Co
Walgreen Agency Drug Store
Phone 50 Publnc Square
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W H I N Ferrell Auto Supply
IOIO on Your Dual 242 West Main
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Kelvmator Thor Washers
The Senior Pictures in This Annual Were
E M STARK
ROSS 8: FLY AGENCY
Insurance of All Kinds
Compl ments of
Roxy Theatre Bunldmg
ComP,,m,,o, J. L. Freeland Co.
Frozen Foods Delicatessen
Phone 482 Gallatin Tenn
South Water Street
NATIONAL BETA CLUB
Presudent BETTY BABER
Vuce Presldent NANCY COLEY
Secretary MYRA GARROTT
Secretary MINNIE BELLE CRUTCHER
V G HAWKINS
WADE MOTOR CO
Authorized Ford Dealer
SUPERINTENDENT OF SUMNER
Keep your eye on Ford
ALEXANDER FUNERAL HOME
Hester Chevrolet Co
Phone 55 and 56
Triangle Snack Bar
Malts Mlllcshalxes Sundaes
We malce our own Ice cream
Hamburgers and Barbecue Our Specualty
"Orders Filled to Carry Out"
Vice-President--MAC MCLEAN Treasurer--BETTY ANN WOODWARD
Gallatin s Leading
USE OVEN QUEEN FLOUR
A Cash PURCHASE ls a
Cash SAVING t
JAMES JOHN and STEVE
W B HUNTER
LIFE FIRE AUTO
Jennings B Duncan
Phones 44 I-442
COX STYLE SHOP
Lee's Service Stahon
24 Hour Ser ce With a Smile
West Ma n St eef
WHERE THE BIG HITS ARE SHOWN
Gallat s Amusement Centre Snce 1973
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GaIIatin Phone 483 East Side Square GaIIaiin, Tenn
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"This is the school for me " is the frequent comment of alert people who visii our
school Come yourself see and compare the spirited tempo of our fraunmg our
equnprnent and 'che completeness of our school and courses
Appealing to Those Who Want the Besf
NASHVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE
Y M C A Building Phone 65637
PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION
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THE LAST WILL
GALLATIN HIGH SCHOOL
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