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Page 20 text:
M0 E T T0 TICIPATE '
alt was late in the summer of 1978 and as I was stroll-
ing leisurely home, tired and weary from the long hours
of nursing, I spied a new shingle hanging from the
doorway that bore the name of Brown Scientific Lab-
oratory. I had heard that Gene had become quite fa-
mous and it was rumored that he had almost perfected
a rocket ship which was capable of reaching Mars. My
curiosity was aroused and I decided to stop in and in-
quire if the rumors were true. After being sworn to
secrecy I was shown through the ship. As we were about
to step off the ship my foot caught in a lever near the
doorway and the next thing I knew I was whirling
through space! Gene and Nell had jumped clear and
I was all alone in a strange world.
Suddenly there was a "thud." All was still again.
Cautiously llpeered outside and what should I see but
Pat Hartman! He welcomed me to Greenland Mars and
sent one of his little green men off to call Marion and
the children. Unknown to the earth people Hartman
had been sent to Mars on a special mission. He inquired
about all of our classmates of '58. He was glad to hear
Sallye Tillman has become America's most famous com-
poser. Liberace presented to her his golden candelabra.
Her picture is quite sure to go into the Hall of Fame.
Wayne Mitchell and Donald Woodard have their own
partnership. It'ls identified by-Mitchell and Woodard
jane Montgomery has her own special dress shop in
New York. She does her own designing and has become
Ray Butler is the leading player of the "House of
David" professional basketball team. Man is he tricky!
Pat Edwards serves as secretary to Walt Disney. That's
quite an accomplishment, Pat!
Ellis Brewington is a modern farmer in Iowa. He and
Elaine and their 3 beautiful children lead a very happy
Pat Stafford is an old maid and teaches Home Ec. at
good old H. H. S. She is quite efficient in filling the
place of Mrs. Starnes who has just retired.
jack Avant and Taylor Carter have their own dancing
school in Chicago. Rock and Roll is no longer popular
so they are teaching "The Moon Sender Dance."
Roy Taylor King has his own U-Drive-It Company in
Christine Vaughn has a family of three and is secre-
tary of the P.T.A. and president of the Women's Club
in her commbnity.
Linda Beech and Shirley Shoulders hold prominent
positions as models for Lilly Dache' in gay Par'ee.
Shelba Story writes the script for the Red Buttons
Show. It seems that her practical joking paid off.
Bob Ralph has taken Dudley Green's position as
sports writer for The Nashville Banner. He's the best
Nancy Dotson is executive secretary for Wayne Gib-
bons in Hollywood. Wayne has become famous as a
producer of western movies.
Those inseparable twins, Murrell and Calvin Stamps
are founders of the famous Stamps Kennels. Collies are
Barbara Garrett is an Avon representative for the com-
munity of Old Hickory. She and Ray have six girls at
home-three sets of twins!
Margaret Smith is Physical Education instructor at
Tennessee Tech. She has just been promoted to Head
of the Phys. Ed. Dept. for freshman girls.
Peggy Dotson-oh, pardon me-Peggy Cook is very
happy just taking care of Robert and their five handsome
Being a famous interior decorator and having a hus-
band named Donald and two lovely children' to care for
all combine to make a mighty busy woman out of Earline
Curtis, er-r-r, Dixon.
There's no stopping that Glenda Whitaker. She's just
won the title of "Champion Ice Skater of the World."
However, she's proudest of Robert and their three ador-
Carolyn Castle has her own business-The Castle Day-
time Nursery. She loves every minute of it and the
kids worship her.
Wayne Smith is a confirmed bachelor and also a
traveling salesman for Royal Vacuum Cleaners.
Ann Hale has just been voted "best dressed woman
in America." She chooses her wardrobe from the Mont-
joyce Raymer is now the famous New York hair stylist
that all the ladies are so excited about.
Kenneth Lemons and jean, along with their three
wonderful children, are running a prosperous fruit farm
Hazel Mae Steele and Thelma Frazier have set up
their own Nurses Training school in Southern China.
They are serving humanity in a great way.
Gene Gourley is head football coach at H. H. S. Last
year his team set a perfect record. They are looking for
big things this season.
Dorothy Ann Buchanan, or rather Keele, has just been
elected Mrs. America. johnny was so proud of her that
he went out and bought her a new mink coat.
Sue Ann Garrett, other than being a housewife, has
established the Generosity Club of Americas Through
this organization, she helps to. educate underprivileged
The Martians begged me to stay with them but I was
lonesome already for good old earth so during the night
I stole away in the rocket ship and whirled back to
Gene's Scientific Lab. Take this story and believe it or
not. There's one thing for sure-never again will I
board anything that even looks like it might fly!
Page 19 text:
"If first you Amr! surreezl, give' up."
lf.F.A., l, 2: Football, l, 2: Basketball Mgr., l: Basketball, 2:
Class President, 2: H. Club, l, 2, 3, 4: Class Tournament. l
"Why uwnry ieiiul Iunmrrou' may bring, le'I's enjoy today."
F.F.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: H. Club, l, 2, Il, 4: Secretary of H. Club, fl:
Stunt Night, l, 2, fl: Parliamentarian ol' lf.H.A., 3: Secretary ol
I-'.H.A., 43 I-'.'I'.A., 2, il: Secretary, 2, 3: Commercial Club, 3:
Secretary of Cnnnncrtial Club, il: lf.H.A. Varsity Visit, 4: Annual
Staff, 4: I-IHA. Convention, 4: Football Queen Attendant, 4:
Beta Club, l, 2, 3, 4: junior Play, 3: F.B.L.A., 4: Paper Stall.
4: Student Couniil, 4: 'l'reasurer of junior Class, 3: Basketball
Team, l, 2, 3, 4: Co-Captain. Il, 4: Volleyball Tournament, ll
Athletic Medalist, Il: Banner Player of Week, fl, 4: Class Will
Maker, 4: Otliw Staff, l, 2, 4.
CLASS OF 1958
"Silrmf' is gnlricu. 071, u'e'II, who u'mit.i Io be riffs."
l-'.H.A., 1, 2, 3, 45 H. Club, 2, 3, 4: Stunt Night, 1, 3: Cnmmer
cial Club, 3: Paper Stali, 4: Basketball, 2. 3, 4: F.T,A., 2, 3
Volleyball Tournament, l, 2: Class Tournament, l: Olhre StalT,
Il: l".B.l.,A., 4: Clee Club, 2.
SALLYE PAULINE IIQILLMAN
"lf Tlllliil' be llie food of love, play on."
Pianist of I-'.H.A., l: Volleyball Tournament, 21 F,H.A,, I, 2, 3, 4
Class Tournament, 2: Class Reporter, 2: F.T.A., 2, Il: Commcrl
cial Club, 3: junior Play, 3: F.B.L.A., 4.
HAZEL NTAE STEELE
"Grades speak louder Hum zt'orzi.r."
l-'.H.A., 1: Class Tournaments, 2, 3: F.T.A., 2, 3: Mgr. of Phys
"Good nature is the beauty of the mimi."
F.H.A., I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 4: Usherette, junior Play, 3:
Commercial Club, 3: F.B.L.A., 4: Class Tournament, 1, 2, 3.
DORIS PATRICIA STAFFORD
"Red heads usually get what they want."
Beta'Club, 3, 4: Basketball, 4: Class Tournament, l, 2, 3: Com-
mercial Club, 3: lf.B.L.A., 4: Home Er. Club, l, 2, 33 junior
Play, 3: Homemaker of Tomorrow Award, 4: F.T.A.. 35 Stunt
Night, l: Annual Staff, 4: Glee Club, 1, 2.
SHELBA JEAN STORY
"1'm not bad, just miscl1ievous."
'Transferred from Hume Fogg. F.B.L.A., 4: Commercial Club, 3:
Paper Stali, 4: Stunt Night, 3: Glee Club, 4.
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' lVlElVl0RABLE E l0R lVl0lVlE
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
of the Senior Class of 1958, Hendersonville High School, Hendersonville, Tennessee
We, the Senior Class of 1958 being of sane
mind and sound body after four yea-rs of sweat,
blood, and tears do hereby proclaim this docu-
ment to be our last will and testament.
To our sponsor, Mrs. Starnes, we wish to ex-
press our deepest gratitude and thanks and hope
that the following class you have will have as
much love and a-ppreciation for you as we have.
To the faculty and Mr. Dorris-We wish to
express our thanks for their help and guidance
through the years.
To the Freshman Class-We leave our sympa-
thy for the three years ahead.
To the Sophomore Class-We bequeath our
closeness as a class hoping you will obtain it.
To the Junior Class-We leave our long list
of Senior Privileges.
I, Jack Avant, leave surprising everyone.
I, Linda Beech, leave knowing that things will
be a lot quieter when I'm gone.
I, Ellis Brewington, bequeath my ability to
keep a girl to Buddy Starnes.
I, Gene Brown, bequeath my intellectual abil-
ity to Mickey Edwards.
I, Dorothy Buchanan, bequeath my neatness
to Shirley Baker.
I, Ray Butler, leave unregretfully.
I, Taylor Carter, leave' my place in the foot-
ball line to Robert Howes.
I, Carolyn Castle, bequeath my ability to gig-
gle at any time to Thelma Dudney.
I, Ea-rline Curtis, leave my cheer leader outfit
to Nancy Roberts.
I, Nancy Dotson, bequeath my red knee socks
to Sandra Turner.
I, Peggy Cook, leave to become a good wife
I, Pat Edwards, bequeath my popularity to
I, Kathleen Forkum, leave my golden crown
to the next homecoming queen.
I, Thelma Frazier, leave as quietly a-s I came.
I, Barbara Sue Garrett, leave to become a
I, Sue Ann Garrett, bequeath my position on
the school paper to Judy O'Saile.
I, Wayne Gibbons, bequeath my black leather
jacket to Odis Deck.
I, Gene Gourley, lea-ve hoping I never have
to work this hard again.
I, Ann Hale, bequeath my pretty clothes to
I, Pat Hartman, leave having gained friends,
honor, and respect.
I, Roy King, leave my size 12 tennis shoes to
I, Kenneth Lemons, leave hoping to become
I, VVayne Mitchell, lea-ve my courteous ways
to Buddy McNeese.
I, Jane Montgomery, bequeath my versatility
to Joanne Williams.
I, Bob Ralph, leave my athletic ability to
I, Joyce Raymer, bequeath my seat in Book-
keeping to Sylvia Steele.
I, Shirley Shoulders, leave my position on the
annual staff to Shug Smith.
I, Margaret Smith, bequeath my mischievous
ways to Jerry Pinkerton.
I, Wayne Smith, leave my youthful ways to
I, Calvin Stamps, leave my smallness of stature
to Frank Mir.
I, Murrell Stamps, leave my shortness of height
to Earl Sisco.
I, Hazel Mae Steele, leave all my books to
anyone who can carry them.
I, Shelba Story, leave my pony tail to Clara
I, Sallye Tillman, leave my musical ability
hoping Judy will continue in my footsteps.
I, Pat Stafford, leave my tight skirts to Nancy
I, Christine Vaughn, leave my friendly ways
to Peggy Dixon.
I, Glenda Whitaker, leave my athletic trophies
to Nancy Curtis.
I, Donald Woodard, leave my bookkeeping
book to anyone stupid enough to take it.
In witness whereof, we do hereby affix our
seal and signature in the year of our release,
May thirtieth, one thousand nine hundred and
THE SENIOR CLASS
Signed: PAT EDWARDS
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