Hendersonville High School - Golden Memories Yearbook (Hendersonville, TN)

 - Class of 1958

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- ATI E T0 RE EMBER On a cold winter day as the snow softly floated to the ground, I sat in front of a glowing fire- place. In the beautiful embers I saw the mem- ories that my class and I had formed. I suddenly remembered the first day as 54 frantic freshmen entered the doors of ole' H. H. S. But Miss Margaret Grime and Coach Paul Burgess were there to help us gather our wits, The first thing we did was to elect the officers of our class. We chose Jean Caruthers, President: Jane Montgomery, Vice President: Pat Edwards, Secretary: Earline Curtis, Treas- urer: Virginia- Helm, Reporter: and Kenneth Lemons, Sgt.-at-Arms. We elected Pat Edwards and Earline Curtis as cheerleaders and Jean Caruthers as Football Queen Attendant. As I looked at one ember it reminded me of the red knees which resulted from a skating party at the Hippodrome. As the embers grew higher, I seemed to recall more of our unforgettable days at ole' H. H. S. In the fall of '56 our class gathered again for another year of hard work. The first thing we did was to elect our class oflicers, President, Jack Avant: Vice President, Pat Edwards: Secretary, jane Montgomery: Treasurer, Linda Beech: Re- porter, Sally Tillmang Sgt.-at-Arms, Pat Hart- man. We elected Earline Curtis and Linda Beech as cheerleaders and Pat Edwards as Foot- ball Queen Attendant. Earline Curtis was win- ner of the Latin Medal. One of the highlights of our Sophomore year was our picnic and skat- ing party at Centennial Park and the Hippo- drome. As I continued to gaze into the glowing embers I recall to memory the glowing memories of our eventful junior year. We chose to guide us through this trying year, Mrs. Gilbert jones and Coach A. D. Starnes. We elected as officers, President, Pat Hartman: Vice Presidents, Ellis Brewington and james Campbell: Secretary, Pat Edwards: Treasurer, Glenda Whitaker: Re- porter, john Barrett: and Sgt,-at-Arms, Larry Reynolds. We chose as cheerleaders Earline Curtis, Captain, and Pat Edwa-rds and for Foot- ball Queen Attendant we chose Carolyn Castle. The winner of the Typist Medal was Pat Ed- wards and the winner of the Athletic Medal was Glenda Whitaker. The Representatives of Girls and Boys' State were Kathleen Forkum and Ray Butler. This was truly an eventful memory in our social world. VVe had a gala time at the junior and Senior Prom, our theme being Mardi Gras. Another of our unforgettable moments was our junior Play, entitled the "Imaginary In- valid," which was ar great success. As the fire crackled and sent a few sparks sputtering up the chimney it reminded me of the confusion that resulted when the time came for us to order our long awaited rings. After things were straight- ened out, everyone was well satisfied and very proud of them. As I wandered back over the years the fire gradually became only dying embers, this be- gan to bring more forcefully and vividly to my mind the end of our journey through school. It was fast coming to a close, just one more year to go, but as it unfolds itself its been the most glorious of them all. As our leader and advisor we chose Miss Milton Curtis. As our officers we chose Pat Hartman, President: Ray Butler, Vice President: jane Montgomery, Secretary: Pa-t Edwards, Treasurer: and Kathleen Forkum as Reporter. For the cheerleaders again Pat Ed- wards and Earline Curtis, were chosen. Earline was elected Captain by the cheerleader squad. The Homecoming Queen was Kathleen Forkum and Football Queen Attendant was Glenda Whitaker, and Carolyn Castle was F.F.A. Queen Attendant. Pat Hartman was elected the Stu- dent Council President from our class. 'The officers were also from our class, lst Vice Presi- dent, Ray Butler: 2nd Vice President, Kathleen Forkum: Secretary, Pat Edwards. Even though the embers were gradually fading away, I still recall the steak supper the boys gave the girls. This was given as the result of our magazine campaign. Our trip to Washington and Gradu- ation remained as the final glowing embers in the fireplace to mark the end of the unforgettable four years we the Seniors have spent at H. H. S. Page

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',. ,I ,mx XB.. . l 5 KATHLEEN FORKUM "Love, sweetness, and goodness in her person shined." 'Transferred from North Springs, 19573 Commercial Club, 3: Beta Club, 3, 43 Beta Club Treasurer, 4: Senior Class Reporter, 41 junior Play, 33 Class Tournaments, 53 Volunteer Girls State, 33 Class Prophet, 43 Stunt Night, 33 Annual Stalf, 43 Office Stall, 43 2nd Vice President of Student Council, 4: Homecoming Queen, 4. TAYLOR CARTER "God bless the girls, I love them all." junior Play, 33 Class Tournaments, l, 2, 3, 43 H. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Football, l, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA SUE GARRETT "Books 'tis a dull and endless life, I'd rather be Ray's wife." F.H.A., l, 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A., 3, 43 Basketball, 2: H. Club, 5, 43 Ollicc Staff, 43 Commercial Club, 33 Volleyball Tournament, 2. MURRELL ALLEN STAMPS "Precious things come in small packages." NANCY LANGFORD DOTSON "Good nature is the beauty of the mind." Class Tournaments, l, 2, 3, 43 Junior Play: F.H.A., l, 2. 3, 43 43 Commercial Club, 33 Volleyball Tournament, l3 Glee lu , . CALVIN GRAY STAMPS "The smallest things in life have the largest meanings." PEGGY DoTsoN Coox "Her words are few but she means all of them." F.H.A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club, 33 Class Tournaments, 1, 2, 3. DONALD WoonARn "He uould stop St. Peter's roll call to ash a question." if ll 1 ' " "5'111,'?:.? X-if Q 'lr :C g"4'g3, Page 12 3 THE E IOR CAROLYN CASTLE "I couldrft help laughing to save my life." F.l-LA., 1, 2, 3, 43 H. Club, 2, 3, 43 Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Football Queen Attendant, 32 F-T-A-. 2, 33 F.F.A. Queen Attendant, 4: Paper Stali, 3, 43 Class Tournaments, lg F.B.L.A. Club, 4: F.H.A. Parliamentarian, 43 I-'.H.A. Varsity Visit, 43 Stunt Night, 83 Volley' ball Tournament. 1: Commercia Club. 5. GARLAND RAY BUTLER "All great men are dead, and I don't feel so well." Transferred from Ballard Memorial High, Barlow, Kentucky: Football, 3, 4g Basketball, 3, 43 H. Club, 3, 43 Beta Club, 3, 43 Annual Editor, 43 Senior Vice President, 4: Vice President of Student Council, 43 Boys' State Delegate, 33 Beta Club President, 43 Junior Play, 33 Delegate to Beta Convention, 5, 4.

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