Lincoln County High School - Bridge Yearbook (Fayetteville, TN)

 - Class of 1957

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'f "wx ,A -are-VLV '1 ' - ' , ' 1 gig' ' " ' , ' ' 5 THE BRIDGE Lincoln County Central High School Fayetteville, Tennessee IP' From crinoline to bermudo shorts ---- From "Lorena" to "MoybeIIine"---- THE OLD STONE BRIDGE hos seen our people come ond go. Moy THE BRIDGE of T957 form onother link in memory's choinl EDITORS ..... SCaroIe Reese V ' ' ' Uudith Lewter BUSINESS MANAGER .,.,.... Jerry Locke FACULTY ADVISERS, , . SMrs, McRae White 2Mr. Roy Sweeney 'I' invites all you Squares, Kool Kats and Chicks, to Rock 'N' Roll through another year . . . 319962, T BLE OE C0 TEIXITS INTRODUCTION CLASSES ACTIVITIES ACKNOWLEDGMENTS: Many thanks to the Fayetteville Bottling Works for the electric scoreboard in the gymnasiumg To the Band Committee and the citizens of LincoIn County. for their contributions, To Mr. Herbert Gatlin and John White tor pictures. EEATU RES to ,.': i iii VA Vzl, l A:y,, .,., SPRI G EVENTS Boys' and Girls' County: Mathis, Taylor, Cathey, Pigg, Locke, Parks, Rives, Thornton. A r Nutt L I Qi I' 'I 2 I SPRING FOOTBALL PRACTICE Coach Barron instructs the players. SCIENCE FAIR Billie Sue Parks and Betty Jones win honors. ROBERT E. LEE VISITORS - CLASS TOURNAMENT WINNERS Alice, Bobbye Kay, James, and Clarke are in- Fisk, Stevens, Stevenson, Gray, Sowell, Farrar troducecl by Dot Young. 5 and Stewart. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB ORGANIZED Mr, Lindsay, Sandra Simmons with charter, Mr. Sarver. SPRING FEVER Nadine Johnson, Shirley Mitchell, Maple Crumb- ley, Shirlev Gmlin as it DISTRICT WINNERS Basketball team leaving for regional tournament: Burroughs, J. Barnes, Shelton, Massey, Wilkerson, Bolles, L. Barnes, Dorning. A busy time: Forensic tournaments-end ot ath- letic season-looking forward toi- QHKLQ N. F. L. Tournament Thompson, Cathey, Stephenson, White, Johnson, at David Lipscomb College. Mr. Sarver ATHLETIC BANQUET Bob Abernathy, speaker, Mr. Hormening, Mr. 'E " . T -.-Q I ..,,, w g .I .. 1:1 ' --""-' " ' I QA-- , . H .. In - .q:.k N A SENIOR MEDALISTS Jane Mitchell, valedictoriang Sandra Holtz, DAR, Betty Jones, Science, Ann Shotner, Dramatics, Sally Lambertson, Salutatorian, Janice Grace, Secretary, Wayne Davis, President, Hoy Stephenson, Citizen- ship, John White, Forensic. GRADUATIO Commencement, not the end but the beginning- a proud and happy day for the Class of l956, their parents and teachers! BEST ATHLETES Sandra Simmons, Jerry Dorning COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER Mr. Yost Mulliken with Mr. Harmening. OH, HAPPY DAY! Mrs. Daniel and Miss Ray help seniors. FINISHING TOUCHES Billy Franklin, Johnny Martin, Richard Pierle and John Gill. X-A... l-0""" MANUAL ARTS ,ww ow? W1 Q P Q we A For men only-Bradford, Amos, Shelton, Hole CLASS ROO comb, Carson, and Spurlocke. """b- 1 La Close de Espanol Burton, Stewmon, Mrs. Daniel, Sullivan, Drake, and Pearson. BIOLOGY "Herman" has no secrets from Mrs. BAND Blow, blow your horn! l Mr. Amoneffe, Milsteod Roby, Hodge, Currin, Esliclc, and Mills. Gamble, Bobby Boxlo, and Billie Faye Mor- Ton, I ? .' . -My SCENES "Reading, writing and 'rithmetic occupy most ot our time at Central. AGRICULTURE Mr Hastin s lectures future farmers Robbie . g , Sisk, Buie Simmons, Charles McGee, Clyde White, Temple Ward, Harold Womack, and Max Amos. M191 U. S. HISTORY Will Nasser get his way with the Suez Canal? Barbara Moyers and Jimmy Stewart study the map, while Joan Groce, Wanda Hopkins, Linda Markham, Margaret Mooreheod, Clydia. Moore, Shirley Lincoln, Ann Ramsey, Connie Sawyers, Aubrey Russell, and Frankie Rowell study. ASSEMBLY Coach, if it's too quiet, John Holcomb will go to sleep. CHEMISTRY Keep your eye on the meter stick . . . and Mr. Jennings. Mr. Jennings, David Stone, Arnold Winsett, Paul Rutledge, Tom Young, Jimmy Mc- Neal, Jack Burns, Bobby Rawls, Alice McRady, John Peay. SPRING TRAINING T-V A WEEK The Reverend Richard Wallcley Mr. Floyd Nelson, Manager E. M. C. The Honorable Joe I.. Evins, M. C., Mayor Fred I. Womack VISITORS Many distinguished people of our town and state honor us with their presence. We are grateful for their assistance and inspiration. Bottom, Left: Mr. R. R. Vance, State superviser tor high schools, Miss Marian McAfee, supervising Mrs. Paul Richardson, Billie Burton, Myra Askins, fegcher, PUBLIC HEALTH JC1HiCe BUVFUVH Right: Preliminary beauty contest iudges: Mr. Jack Johnson, Mrs. Virginia Srnith, Mrs. C. A. Gearish. g I M, k M, ,, , . fiuuuuuwmnnuunwnww-Mmfwsmruwzl-W CUSTODIANS Mr. Charles and Mr. Bruce Gauiney LUNCHROOM Rachel Bartlett, Jack Johnson, Dennis Parks, Ray Harwell, Charles Cunningham ASSISTANTS LIBRARY M. Rives, M. Moorehead, C. Templeton, B. Wat son, M. Moorehead, C. Reese, A. Drake, P. Pinkstalf Miss Reed, S. Brin, B. Clayton, G. Loyd, C. Pittenger C. Beddingtield, N. Dubois, L. Armos. CAFETERIA Mrs. Bob Cunningham, Mrs. Jim Jennings, Lela, Joyce. OFFICE M. Stockstill, J. Sipes, F. Pearson, S. Wallace, B. Honey, M. Patterson, B. Shields, A. Wilson, Mr. Lind- say, S. Jobe, C. Sullivan, M. Locke, J. Cooper, W. Armstrong, P. Pack, K, Spray, G. Hopkins. CHARLES LINDSAY Principal Bryson College, B.S. Science WILLIAM J. AMONETTE-T.P.l., Peabody Col- lege, B.M., Band . . . JAMES BARRON-Mississippi State College, B.S., Biology . . . MISS PAULINE BUR- TON S o l -S.T.C., Memphis, M.T.S.C., B.S., cia Studies, Commercial . . , MRS. D. D. DANIEL- M.T.S.C., B.S., English, Spanish. MISS MARY FARRAR-Tennessee College, A.B., University of Florida, Commercial . . . C. A. GEAR- ISH-James Milliken University, B.A., University of Illinois, Speech, Dramatics . . . MRS. J. P. GRACEY- Erskine College, B.A., English . . . MRS. JOE EDD GRAHAM-University of Tennessee, B.S., Home Eco- nomics . . . CHARLES HARMENING- M.T.S.C., B.S., Physical Education, History. !E2E Ai Q? il?Q'S.Z3ZS.t2E 55 "A teocher citfects eternity, he con never tell where his influence stops." LEONARD MANSFIELD Assistont Principal M.T.S.C., B.S. Monuol Arts RALPH HASTINGS-University of Tennessee, B.S., Vocotionol Agriculture . . . MRS. A. H. HATCHER- University ot Tennessee, B.A., English , . . HENRY JENNINGS-Bryson College, B.S., Science , . . MRS. J. P. JOHNSTON-Converse College, B.M., Music. MISS RUTH McCOWN-Peobody College, B.S., English . . . MISS RUTH RAY-Cumberland Uni- versity, B.A,, Lotin, Mothemotics . . . MISS GERTRUDE REED-M,T.S.C., B.S. M.S., Libroricin ,. . . ROY SWEENEY-M.T.S.C., B.S., Mothemotics . . . MRS. HOMER WEBB-M.T.S.C., B.S., Physical Educcttion. lege, B.A,, University ot Alobomo, M.A., History. Mothemotics . . . MRS. MCRAE WHITE-Bryson Col- ,., ' ------- , . ,A .:.E:,, Zln .:5 Evunan I .A,, , ,.., I Q M I ., Ef af ! A A,.. Q 5 A'iWTi,TWmLWW gi? if ' :.1:E? 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Mani :QSQF .2 mf! 6355: ,qggwberf ,, wgiixsqgl .wus WW ,mf 3 H: ,J i v, SEIXIIORS SOLO G DAVID CANTRELL GEORGE MASSEY Student Body President Senior Class President BOBBY TAYLOR Vice President AUDREY SUE. RIVES CAROLE REESE Secretary - Treasurer Editor of the Bridge me .,'-,- ,.,. QW -v:,-.,.......,5,., ... A .'-':" B ,,,.: .,,.. .,,.h, 1,,l vlv.. ..,.,.,,., V Z vA-- , .,., ,,,.. , ..-, -.,'v,-- v,,. ,,..., .,.,,: E ,:i.:. .5:.,i,,: :::-V ,,.,,, .. -,,. ,,,. WWWWW ami Editor of the Bridge iWwQ wwWW' 16 , JOE FRANK ASKEW-Freshman Favo- lite, 4-H Club l-4, Talent Show 2-3, fhoir 3-4, Vice-Pres. ot Male Chorus, Science Club 3-4, 2nd Place in Science :air, Most Carefree 4 . . . MYRA LUCILLE ASKINS, ffompyf'-4-H Club 1-4, F.H.A. 2-4, Speech 3, Current History Club 4, Spanish Club 4, Most Caretree 4 . . . ROBERT LARRY BARNES, "Squeaky"- :.F.A. l, Manual Arts Club 4, Current 'listory Club 4. SARA BARNES-F.H.A. l, 2, 4 . . . MARGIE GENEVA BENNETT-F.H.A. l-3, Glee Club l-3. JUDITH AMELIA BLACK, "Judy"-Latin Club l-4, 4-H, Beta Club 2-4, Science Club 3-4, Speech l-2, Spanish Club 4, Future Teachers Club 3-4, Paper Staff 4, Junior Talent Winner, Junior Favorite, Senior Beauty . . . JOHN MARION BROWN, "JOl'lnie"- F. F. A. 2-4, Class Secretary, Manual Arts Club 4, Current History Club 4. RILLA DEAN BROWN-F. H. A. 3-4, Science Club 3-4, 4-H Club l-3 . . . ANNE RUSSELL BUNTIN-Thespian 3-4, F. H. A. 2-3, Reporter 2, Junior and Chapter Degrees, 4-H Club l-4, Speech 2-4, Senior Class Play, Spanish Club 3, Current History Club 4, Future Teachers Club 3-4 . . . JANICE FAY BURRUM- Choir l-3, Spanish Club 4, Current His- tory Club 4, F. H. A. l-4. ANN CLARK Bird-dog"-Latin Club I 4 Beta Club 2 3 4-H Club 2-4, F. H. A. 3 Volunteer Girls State 3, Paper Staff 4 Future Teachers Club 4, Science Club 4 GAYLE COLBERT-hTransferred from Waverly Belmont I, Basketball I-4, Latin 2 4 F H A., Class Pres. 3, Beta Club 24 Letter Club 2-4 . . . JOAN YOUNG CORDERHF. H. A. 2-4, Beta Club 2 4 Choir 2 3, Annual Staft 3, Mrs. GERALD CHAPMAN, "Chat" -4-H Club I-2 Manual Arts Club 2-3, Football I, Junior Favorite Pres. of Band 4, "VVittiest" 4 .... WILLIE WASH- INGTON CHISAM, JR., "Billy"--Current History Club Sergeant at Arms 4, Manual Arts Club, Vice Pres. 4, Fire Chiet. 1 35333 BILLIE FAYE BURTON-Glee Club 2 Spanish Club 4, Current History Clul: Secretary 4 . . . DAVID LOYD CANTREL --Latin Club I-4, Beta Club 2-4, Sciencr Club 3-4, Basketball 3, Class Favoritr 2-3, Student Body President 4 . . . BOB BY DEAN CARSON, "Kit"-Football I-2 Transferred from Whitwell High, Choi 3, Football 4. BARBARA ANNE CARTER-Freshman Favorite, F. H. A. I-3, Glee Club I-3 . . . WILLIAM NEWTON CATHEY-Hartsville I, Class Pres. 2, 4-H Club 2-4, Science Club, Pres. 3-4, Beta Club 3-4, Pres. 4, De- bate Team 2-4, Qnd at T. I. L. L. 3, N. F. L. 2-4, Thespian 3, "Tiger TaIes", Assoc. Editor 3, Editor 4, Sophomore Talent Winner, Volunteer Boy's State 3, Boys' and Girls' County 3, "Most Arnbitiousf' 4, Middle Tennessee High School Press Assoc., President. Patience and Prudence Joanne Ferrell, Judy Black Showgirls and their debut Bill Cathey, Gerald Chapman, Bobby avvls, Annette Drake Count three and Pray Mrs. Richardson, Nancy Jones, Ger- ald Chapman, John Daves JOHN WAYNE DAVES, "Waves"-Latin Club l-4, Beta Club 2-4, Science Club 3-4, Thespian 3-4, Senior Class Play . . . BETTY JANE DAVIS-Class Favorite 2, Class Beauty 3, F.l'l.A. 3-4, Harvest Festi- val Maid 3, Recreational Leader 3-4, Office Assistant 3, 4-H Club 4, Future Teachers Club 4. ANNETTE DRAKE-Class Favorite l, Latin Club l-4, Cheerleader 2-4, Beauty Contest 2, Letter Club 2-4, 4-H Club 2-3, Talent Show Winner 3-4, Beta Club 3-4, Spanish Club 4, Paper Staff, Business Manager 4, Library Club, Pres. 4, Future Teachers Club 3-4, Science Club 4, Speech 3-4, Thespian 3-4, Senior Class Play, N.F.L., Biggest Flirt 4 . . . GLORIA SUE ELMORE, "Kitty"-Transferred from Blanche, F, H. A. 2-3, Junior and Chapter Degrees, Choir 3 . . . PEGGY JANE EPPS-Latin Club l-4, Beta Club 2-3, Library Asst. 3, Spanish Club 4, Speech l-4, Senior Class Play. DOUGLAS LYNN FAULKNER- Speech 3, FFA l-4, Pres. 4, Pres. ot Crimson Clover Sub-District, Basket- ball 3 . . . JOANNE FERRELL-- Latin Club l-4, Beta Club 2, 4-H Club l-4, Reporter 3, Vice Pres. 4, Choir l, Speech 3-4, Senior Class Play, Spanish Club 4, Future Teach- ers Club 3-4, Vice Pres. 4, Senior Beauty, Paper Statt 3-4, Thespian 3-4, Talent Show Winner 3, Sci- ence Club 4 . . . CHARLES ELBERT GAUTNEY-- HAZEL GLEGHORN-Book Club 1, FHA T, Bas- ketball T, 4-H Club l, Transferred from Boonshill 2, Latin Club 2-4, Science Club 3-4, Future Teachers Club 3-4 . . . BOBBY GUNTER, "Curley"-Manual Arts Club l-3, Science Club 3-4. "TOO MUCH MONKEY BUSINESS" Gayle Hind- man, Jo Lee Jean, Mr. Fletcher Harvey. "SHE'S GOT US HOOK, LINE, AND SINKERJ' Larry Barnes, Linda Walker, Temple Ward, Ray Templeton, Robert Spencer. "DOWN iN MEXICALV' Alice McRady, Billie Sue Parks. JO LEE JEAN-Hi-Y Club, 4-H Club l, Trans terred From 'Princess Anne High 3, F.H.A. 3-4, His torian 4, Class Favorite 3 . . . EMMA GENE JEN NINGS TEMPLETON-Glee Club l-3, 4-H Club l-3, F.H.A. l-3. Mrs. Degree. SANDRA JOBE-Glee Club l, F. H.A. l-3, Current History Club 4, Ottice Asst. 4 . . . NANCY SUE JONES-F.H.A. 2, Debate Club 2, N. F. L. 4, Science Club 3-4, Future Teachers Club 3-4, State Conv. 3, Sec. 4, Current History Club 4, 4-H Club 2-4, Beta Club 2-4, Treasurer 4, Paper Stott 4 . . . SYBLE JO KYTE, "Bunny"-Choir 2-3, F.H.A. l-4, Junior and Chapter Degrees, 4-H Club l-2. GENE SMITH HARRISON--Letter Club 2-4, Science Club l-4, Foot- ball l-4, Basketball l-4, 4-H Club l-2, Paper Staff 4 . . . DELORES GAYLE HINDMAN-F.H.A. 3 . . . JOHN CULLEN HOLCOMB, "Johnie"-Basketball l-2, Varsity Football, Baseball l-2, Christian Fellowship l-2, Letter Club l-2, Transferred From Castle Heights, Football 4, Letter Club 4. PHILLIP HOLT, "Hokey"-Football 2-4, Letter Club 3-4, F.F.A. 2-3, Secretary 3, Harvest Festival King 3, Manual Arts Club 2-3 . . . LINDA JARED- Class Secretary l, F.H.A. l-2, Basketball l-2, Most Popular l, Most Courteous 2, Paper Staff 2, Beta Club 2, Transferred From Flintville, Football Cheer- leader 3, Basketball 4, Letter Club 3-4, Beauty Con- test 3, Football Maid 4, Cutest 4. JUDITH ANN LEWTER, "Flewter"- F.H.A. 2-3, Junior and Chapter Degrees 2, Middle Tenn. Work Shop 2, Class Treas. 3, F.H.A. Camp 3, Beta Club 2-4, U.T. Institute of Journalism 4, Annual Staff 3-4, Editor 4, Current History Club 4, Talent Show Mistress of Ceremonies 4, "Most Executive" 4 . . . PHILLIP MURRAY LANE, "Shorty"-Speech 2-4, Sen- ior Class Play, F.F.A. l-4, Treasurer 4, 4-H Club l-3. BOBBY WAYNE LATEN, "Hook" -Football l-2, Class Vice-Pres. 2, Current History Club, Vice-Pres. 4 . . . JERRY ROSS LOCKE-Annual Staff 2-4, Business Mgr. 4, Latin Club 2-4, Sgt. at Arms 4, Beta Club 2-4, Science Club Thespian 2-4, Vice Pres. 3, Best Looking 3, Speech 1-4, Senior Class Play, Vol- unteer Boys' State 3, Manual Arts Club 4, "Most Executive" 4 . . . MURRAY FAY MATHIS-4-H Club I, Manual Arts Club l-3, Football l, 3, 4, F.F.A. 2, Boys' and Girls' County 3, "Most Courteous" 4. 'SQWSZXSXEWEYESHSXSM ILE. 3 J i Now we know why the Juniors were HOT. Philip Sugg, Clyde White, George Massey, La rry Barnes, Joe Askew, Donnie Shelton. Friends, Romans, Classmatesle- Newman McCown, Bobby Laten, Linda Jared, Ray Templeton, Lettie McCord. And now it's up to Fletcher Harvey! Myra As- kins, Audrey Sue Rives, Carole Patrick, Jane Davis. - MARTHA DEAN LOCKE--"Polly" Beta Club 2-45 4-H Club 2-45 FHA 3-4, Junior and Chapter Degrees5 Boys' and Girls' County 35 Future Teachers Club 45 Paper Staff, Typ- ist 45 Office Assistant 4 . , . GEORGE MAXEY MASSEY-4-H Club lg Class Vice Pres. l, 35 Allied Youth lg Basketball lp Transferred from Flintville5 4-H Club 2-35 Pres. of Choir 35 Science Club 3-45 Class Favorite 25 Class Pres. 45 Football 3-4, Co-Captain 45 Basketball 3-45 Letter Club 3-45 "Best All Around" 4 . . . NEWMAN MCCOWN, "Mac" -Manual Arts Club 2-3, Current History Club 4. LETTIE FRANCES MCCORD-Glee Club lg Red Cross Council lg National Honor Society lp Trans- ferred from Andalusia, Ala. Choir 35 FHA 2-45 Office Asst. 3-45 Library Asst. 35 Future Teachers Club Charter Member 3 . . . ALICE McRADY, "Mac"- Latin Club l-45 Spanish Club 35 Science Club 45 Cur- rent History Club 45 N.F.L. 45 4-H Club l-45 Beta Club 2-45 Choir lg Talent Show Winner 35 Class Beauty 3-41 Paper Staff 45 Best Dancer 4 EUGENE SLOAN MEANS, "Susie"- Football 3-45 Science Club 35 Spanish Club 45 Choir 35 Letter Club 3-45 Current History Club 4 . . . HAROLD JAMES MEANS-Current History Club 45 F.F.A. lg Choir 3-45 Male Chorus 4. LINDA JOYCE MITCHELL-F.H.A. l-3, Class Recreational Leader l, Song Leader 35 Choir 25 Talent Show 25 Beta Club 2-45 Paper Staff 45 Most Dependable 4 . . . NANCY GERALDINE MOYERS, "Gerry"- 4-H Club lg F.H.A. l-45 Current History Club 45 Science Club 45 Tal- ent Show 4 . . . FREDA CLAY PEAR- SON-Latin Club T-45 Talent Show l-35 Spanish Club, Sec.-Treas. 45 Choir l-35 Office Asst. 45 Future Teachers Club 3-4. BILLIE SUE PARKS-Beta Club 2-4, Vice-Pres. 4, Class Pres. 3, Favorite 2, Latin Club I-4, Vice Pres. 3, Honor Ivledal, National Latin Exam I-2, Current History Club 4, Science Club 3-4, Basket- ball I-2, Letter Club I-4,AThespian 3, 4-H Club I-4, Honor Club, All- Star, Talent Show I-3, Winner 3, Boys' and Girls' County 3, Paper Staff 3-4, Asst. Ed. 4, DAR Repre- sentative 4 . . . JUANITA CAROLE PATRICK-Class Pres. I, "Most Courteous" l, "Friendliest" 2, F.H. A. I-2, Transferred from Flintville Class Sec. 3, Choir 3, Science Club 4, Current History Club, Treasurer 4, "Most Courteous" 4 . . . JOHN PEAY-Current History Club. MARTHA ELLEN PARKS-Favorite 2, Latin Club I-4, Beta Club 2-4, Sec. 4, 4-H Club, All-Star Honor Club, State Congress 3, Vol. State 3, County Council Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Basketball I-4, Letter Club I-4, F.H.A. 3-4, Junior and Chapter Degrees, Pres. 4, Senior Play, Thespian 3-4, Paper Stall 3-4, Talent Show I-3, Winner 3, Future Teachers 3-4, Sec. 3, Science Club, Sec. 4, "Best All Around" 4 . . . MARY CLAUDIA PITTENGER-Choir I-2, Latin Club I-4, Beta Club 2-4, F.H,A. 2, State Convention, State Camp, Future Teachers Club 3, Basketball 3-4, Letter Club 3-4, Talent Show 2, Paper Staff 4. NANCY ARVELLA PIGG-Basketball I, Cheer- leader 2-4, Capt. 4, Latin Club I-4, Beta Club 2-4, 4-H Club 2, F.H,A. 3-4, Sec. 4, Junior and Chapter Degrees, Letter Club 2-4, Class Sec. I-2, Beauty Contest I-4, Class Beauty 2, 4, Paper Staff, Circula- tion Mgr. 4, Speech 3-4, Senior Play, Thespian 3-4, "Best All Around" 4 . . . PATRICIA ANN PINKSTAFF "Pat"-Latin Club I-4, Beta Club 2-4, F. H. A. 3-4, Junior Degree, Class Historian 3, Class Parliamen- tarian 4, 4-H Club 2-4, Library Asst. 4, Annual Staff 4, Paper Stalt 4. YOUNGER RILEY PITTS, III, "Bud" -Speech 2-3, Annual Staff 2-3, Thespian 3, Talent Show 3, Choir 3, Paper Staff 4, Football Mgr. 4, Letter Club 4, Band, Vice Pres. 4, Current History Club 4 , . . ROSA SUE POARCH-"Rosy"-FHA I-4, Transferred from Blanche 3, Talent Show 4, "VVittiest" 4 . . . HERMAN PULLIAM, "Sonny" - Transferred from Giles County High I955. ROBERT CLYDE RAWLS-Foot- ball I, Letter Club, Boxing, Trans- ferred from TMI, 4-H Club 3, Sci- ence Club 3-4, Manual Arts Club 3, Choir 4, Current History Club 4, "Best Dancer" 4 . . . CAROLE ANN REESE-Class Favorite I, Latin Club I-4, Beta Club 2-4, Thespian 3, 4-H Club I-4, Spanish Club 4, Current History Club 4, Annual Staff 3-4, Editor 4, Talent Show Winner 3, FHA 3-4, Junior and Chapter Degrees, Speech 3, Libra- ry Club, Reporter 4, UT Institute of Journalism . . . DELSIE REESE, "Densie"- 4-H Club I-2, Choir I-3, FHA I-4, Junior and Chapter Degrees, Football Maid 2. SHIRLEY HARMON REEVES-FHA 2-4, Junior De- gree, Current History Club 4, Science Club 4, Art Club I, 4-H Club I, Talent Show I, Speech I-3 . . . AUDREY SUE RIVES-Latin Club I-4, Beta Club 2-4, FHA 3-4, Vice Pres. 4, Spanish Club 4, Reporter 4, Boys' and Girls' County 3, Paper Statf 4, Class Sec- Treas. 4. GETTING READY FOR THE BIRDIE! Jimmie Steel- XXX man, Syble Kyte, Delsie Reese, Billy Joe Smith. HSHOULDA' KNOWN BETTER'N LET HER DO IT.-Judith Lewter, Carole Reese, Jerry Locke. "FIRING SQUAD"-Mrs. Rich- ardson, Jimmy Steelman, Bobby Sherwood, Bill Cathey. TI-IE FOUR HOIZSEMEN Bobby Carson, Phillip Sugg, Clyde White, and George Massey ROMEO, ROMEO Patsy Pinkstatt and Ann Clark Rah! Rah! tor our side. Winners in Class Tourna- ment, 1956. The lineup . . . Carter, Walker, Jared, Barnes, Coraler, Davis, Parks, Askins, Brown, Sullivan, Pigg, Lewter. RANDY SCOTT, "Scottie"-Class Vice-Pres. I, Beta Club 2, 4-H Club 2, Class Favorite 3, Current History Club 4, Pres. 4, "Most Dependable" 4 . . . DONNIE EDWIN SHELTON-Football I-2, Best- looking 2, Class Favorite 3, Basketball 2-4, Letter Club, F.F.A. 2-4. - JAMES ROBERT SHERWOOD, "Bobby"-Football I-3, Letter Club 3, 4-H Club 4, Science Club 3-4 . . . WILLIAM BUFORD SIMMONS, "Bute"-Football I-4, Letter Club 3-4, Manual Arts Clu b I-3, Agri. 2-3 . . . BILLY BROOKS SMITH-Basketball Mgr. 3-4, Letter Club 3-4, F.F.A. 2-4, Current His- tory Club 4, Choir I-4, Sec. 4, Band 4, "Friendliest" 4. V asa llH::wa ewDisse4llw 1 W M BILLY JOE SMITH, "Nellie"- Class Favorite I, Manual Arts Club I, 2, Spanish Club 2-3 . . . JOE MELVIN SMITH, "Snutl"-Manual Arts Club 4, Science Club 4, Cur- rent History Club 4 . . . EUGENE ROBERT SPENCER, "Oscar"-F.F.A. 2-4, Reporter 4, Manual Arts Club, 4. MARGARET KATHERINE SPRAY, "Kat"-F.H.A. I-4, Choir 3, Piano 3, Current History Club 4, Talent Show 4 , . . MARY JANE STEED-Latin Club I-4, Beta Club 2-4,.Speech I-4, Class Favorite 3, Football Maid 3, Senior Class Play, "Best Citizen" 4. JAMES STEELMAN-F.F.A, I-4, Sec. 4 . . . JOAN STEWMAN-Latin Club 2-4, Beta Club 2-4, Spanish Club 4, Science Club 4, Paper Staff 4, "Most Am- bitious" 4. JOHN PHILLIP SUGG, "Phil"--- Class Favorite 2, Science Club 3-4, Football I-4, Football Captain 4, Basketball I-2, Letter Club l-4, 4-H Club I-2, Volunteer Boys' State 3, . . . GLENDON MARIE SULLIVAN- Glee Club I, F.H.A. I-3, Spanish Club 4, Current History Club 4 . L . LETHA CAROLYN TATE-F.H.A. I-3, Science Club 3, Current His- tory Club 4, Talent Show 4. ROBERT YOUNG TAYLOR-Latin Club 2-4, Beta Club 2-4, Science Club 3-4, Boys' cmd Girls' County 3, Class Vice President 4, Manual Arts Club 4, "Best Citizen" 4 . . . MORRIS RAY TEMPLETON-FFA CLYDE WHITE, "Wheatie"-Class Pres. I, Best Looking I, 4, Football I-4, Speech I-4, Thespian, Scribe 2-4, Senior Class Play, Paper Statt 4, F.F.A., Sec. 4 . . . CURTIS HAR- OLD WOMACK-F.F,A. 4, Current History Club 4 . , . KATE YOUNG, "Ching"-Latin Club I-4, Basket- ball I-3, Letter Club 2-4, 4-H Club I-4, Paper Staff 3-4, Society Editor 4, Science Club 3-4, Reporter 4, Volunteer Girls' State 3, Talent Show Winner 3, Cheerleader, "Friendliest" 4. I-4, Sentinel 4, Dairy Judging Team I-4 . . , JAMES RONALD THORNTON, "Jesse"-Class Favo- rite I, 4-H Club I-4, Songleader I-3, Reporter 2, Pres. 4, Beta Club 2-3, Science Club 3-4, Talent Show I-4, Class Winner I-4, Grand Champion 4, Boys' County 3, Speech 3, Paper Stott 4, "Cutest" 4. BENJAMIN HARRISON WAKEFIELD, "Ben"-4-H Club, Speech 3-4, Senior Class Play, Current History Club, Chaplain 4, Science Club 4 . . . LINDA LOU WALKER-Beta Club 2-4, Choir 2-3, Future Teachers Club 3-4. TAYLOR TEMPLE WARD-Agriculture 2-4, Choir 3-4, Sec. 4, F.F.A., Vice Pres. 4, Manual Arts Club 'S .K i JU IGRS PHILIP HIGGINS "M 0 N EY HONEYI' C?3SLif3355L f' .' :WS 'TQ x '- ffknaxafi-W ,q 9 MARGARET MOOREHEAD 4 'Q Secrt y Treclsur dv Nw a x ' f 21 Ei I + A 'IP' :Q-I , ill 'fn Dixie Lee Ables Leslie Armos Wanda Armstrong Larry Barnes Adele Barry Caroline Barry Rachel Bartlett Robert Baxla Richard Bevill Linda Boggs Richard Bolles Linda Bowen Annie Sue Brooks Willa Dean 'Buntley Jack Burns Judy Chapman Jan Cooper Patricia Crawford Larry Creson Maple Crumley Randy Cunningham Paul Davis Helen Dorning Nancy Dubois James Farrar Richard Farrar Faye Faulkner Ronald Fisk Peggy Flynt Ralph Foster Albert Jarratt Martin Johnson Roger Joynes Shirley Lincoln Wanda Logan William Markham Linda Markham Doris Marlow Larry Marshall Betty Massey Gary Maynard Beautrice McBay Charles McGee Amy McGehee James McNeal Gail Franklin Shirley Gatlin Peggy Gattis Jerry Groce Joan Groce Nancy Gwathney Larry Halcomb Carol Henderson Philip Higgins Thurlo Hooper Gloria Hopkins Jane Hopkins Wanda Hopkins Jean Howell Ann Jacobs Betty Miller Janice Mills Sally Mitchell Clydia Moore Margaret Moorehead Gerald Mosley Barbara Moyers Clarence Moyers James Neely Harold Parks Martha Patrick Larry Payne Ann Perry Carol Pigg Jane Pinkston Ben P Barba if UlI'T1ClI'i ra Raby Ann Ramsey Charles Riner Marie Willie Gayle Frank Helen James Rives Burton Rives Barnes Roland Rowell Rudd Russell Paul Rutledge Connie Sawyers Janice Sipes Robbie L. 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" H rf y :ah li .Q Wilma Wright Robert Young Donald Webb Jeanette Williams Mary Ann Williams Ann Wilson Randall Wolaver WHOOPING IT UP - Barbara Loving, Faye Moorehead, Mary Ann Williams, Carolyn Collins WAITING FOR THE BUS - Jeanette Williams, Nadine Johnson, Merideth Sheffield, and Edith Thompson 'QW-w DOSSETT FOSTER President L 4' if , A. 222255 . . :., W Haq32f.v ,M FRESHIVIIEIXI CLARKE WAGGONER Vice-President David Abbott Curtiss Ashby William Askins 3 44- ,ca 00,06 fo 1? 561. 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C. Thornion Donald Thornfon James Toon Maxine Towery Judy Towry Rebecca Towry Geraldine Tucker Wendell Tucker Mary Ellen Tully Laverne Vann Paul Venfress Clarke Waggener Linda Fay Warren Nell Warren Anneffe Welch Fred Welch Margaret Wells Dennie Welsh Bobbie Wilbanks Joan Williams Rebecca Williams Thomas Wilson Dickey Whi'rse'rT Judy WrighT Harold Young Joe Young 2 it ,. 1 ie CAD John Ed Underwood, Dickie Beyill, Dickie Bolles, Fronlc Stevens. QBJ von, Roy Groce, Bob Young, Joe Young, Jerry Gotlin. CCD Bill Cothey ond ond Chester Mcirtin. IDD Mortho Gibson, Letho Tote, Josephine Griffin, G ture Closs: Welch, Pittenger, Ashby, W. Groce, Foutch, Putmon, Pore, R. Posey, Home Bound Student, CGD Mr. Monstield ond doughter, Jcine. CH Redd, Scott, Smith, Willionis, Second Row: Morsh, l-lomlin, Higgins, l-lodge, Botes. CID Brendo Honey, Cecil Howell, Meredith Sheffield, Wolter Jorrott, Dexter Sulli- the Bride ond Groom, Lindo eroldine Moyers. CED Agricul- Groce, L. Groce. CFD Jerry J New Beto Club Members: Honey. Third Row: Miller CTIVITIES ks: -'J -fskxmhf L wi ES :E-fin .,., . Qs? 1 "5 Q: 3 i QQ? ANNUAL STAFF All us Krazy Kids in this real gone age ot Elvis and Rock-an-Poll bring you this cool composition. We hope you dig the most. W 1 Bobby Rawls, Carol Patrick, Carole Reese, Judy Levvter, Jerry Locke, Patsy Pinlcstatf. Second Row: Dixie Lee Ables, Joan Grace, Adele Barry, Martha Patrick, Amy IVicGehee, Betty Woodruff. Third Row: Philip Higgins, Faye Lewter, James Henry Mitzhell, Harold Bowen, Shirley Jeans, Larry Payne. 48 4 Q A 3 M mm x 0, ik 4 T -49' ' ' ' ki,-:,I.. I.,,. :::i5?. ,-....f -. X Q 1325" Editors Cohfer With Mr. Preiss Publisher Miss Cenirol High - T975 Our MQSCOT - Sherry Lewfer THE STAFF T WGRK 49 BOYS' CHOIR T. Ward, J. Stevenson, D. Parks, L. Payne, B. Smith, W. Rives, R. Foster, B. Dickey, H. Means, J. Askew, B. Rawls, Mrs. Johnston. MUSIC DEPARTMENT ... x ,A-1. we Wm M. X. cg., M Y I i 'YK PIANO PUPILS R. Smith, R. Galloway, P. Kidd, Mrs. Johnston, R. McClure, J. Hopkins, B. Rick man. Second Row: S. Martin, C. Temple ton, M. McFerrin, P. Crawford, C. Pear son, R. Williams, C. Stevenson, M. Brown B. Watson, L. McClure, J. Kidd, M. Shet- tield, W. Wright. CHOIR GIRLS' CHOIR D. Marlow, N. Groce, P. Scott, S. Wallace, R. Smith, C. Templeton, W. Mc!-Xlister, C. Pearson, P. Crawford, C. Collins. Second Row: G. Franklin, S. Martin, J. Moore, N. Gwathney, M. Brown, V. Redd, J. Bates, F. Moorehead W. Grace, B. McAlister, P. Pack. Pianist, Miss Ray. Third Row: Mrs. Johnston, Sponsor, R. Williams, J. McCown, W. Logan, B. Sowell, S. Simmons, E. Shelton, N. Dubois, T. Smith, S. Eslick, D. Burroughs, H. Warren, C. Clark, B. Watson. i F i FUTURE TE CHERS CLUB JAMES P. FARRAR CHAPTER Miss Reed, Sponsor, K. Young, Porliomentoricin, J. Ferrell, Vice President A. Borry, President, N. Jones, Secretory, C. Borry, Historion, M. Porlcs, 4, Sergeont-ot-Arms, G. Homlin, Historion. Second Row: N. Pulliom, A. Buntin, f ,,,,, , X S. Rives, L. Mosier, A. Clorlc, R. Agnevv, B. McBoy, F. Peorson, E. Heod. .J Third Row: A. Droke, F. Mooreheocl, L. Wolker, M. Tovvery, S. Brin, A. Toylor, New R. Grohom, J. Holcomb, C. Sowyers. Fourth Row: M. Williams, B. Wotson, ATE Eg g ,A-: -, C. Collins, J. Chopmon, M. Locke, N. Gvvothney, M. Askins, J. Dovis, C. A Clork. Fifth Row: A. McGehee, J. Burton, C. Abboy, N. Dubois, B. Lewis, S. Mitchell, J. Block, B. Peoy, M. Potrick. District P.-T. A. Meeting -Mrs. Corlos Botes, Mrs. Fronk Stevens, Mortho Potrick, ond Solly Mitchell. CHRISTMAS FOR HOMEBOUND CHAPTER INSTALLATION Noncy Jones, Mcirtho Porks, Joanne Ferrell, Lindo Adele Borry, Miss Reed, Sandro Simmons, Nclncy Reeves, ond Debbie Cunningham. 51 McCord, Mrs. Hotcher, Miss McAfee. SPEECH DEP RTMENT JIMMY GEARISH, DireCTor HPLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE" -Anne-He Drake, Joanne Ferrell, Jane Sleed, Bonnie Clayton, Peggy Epps, Wlllianw Burton, Ben Wakefield, Nancy Pigg, "JURY DUTY" - J. Underwood, J, Dayes, B. Woodruff, J, l-lopkins, L. Payne, D. Welch, J. Locke, L. Mason, A. Barry, B. Loving. Standing: C. West, L. Arrnos, A. Bunlln. "DONT BLAME IT ON ME,"ffMarTlwa Ellen Parks, Judy Welclw, Diane Bur- rouglws, Jane Pinkslon. "MOONLlGHT GAMBLEPU -- Larry Montgomery, Joe Looper, Plnlip Lane, Clyde Wlwlle, Ed Bounar. THE NATIONAL .. v I THESPIAN socim OFFICERS CIVIC CHRISTMAS PAGEANT President, J. Locke, Vice President, L. Armos, Secre- Ann 5lWOlf19f Gnd Clyde WLUTG in tary, A. Barry, Scribe, C. White, Treasurer, N. Pigg, the MOHQGF Scene Reporter, J. Pinkston. The aims of the National Thespian Society are to create an active and intelligent interest in dramatic activities among students and teachers, to set growing standards in all phases of Dramatic Arts, to de- velop appreciation af the theater. E. Bomar, M. E. Parks, B. Woodruff, A, Drake, B. Loving, J. Hopkins, A. Buntin, D. Welch, A. Barry, Sponsor, Mr. Gearish. Second Row: D. Burroughs, N. Pigg, J. Locke, L. Mason, W. Burton, L. Mont- gomery, J. Ferrell, J. Welch, J. Pinkston. Third Row: J. Looper, J. Daves, C. White, B. Wakefield, J. Underwood, C. West, L. Payne, P. Lane, L. Armos. OFFICERS Joanne Ferrell, Vice President, Ronald Thornton President, Martha Patrick, Secretary, Mrs. Gracey Leader, Larry Glasgow, Agent, Diane Burroughs, Song Leader. CONGRATULATIONS Mr. Glasgow presents Martha Patrick with trophies for her dairy record. 4-H CLUB A n E' 41.15 .. ' , l M. Conger, A. Welch, N. Grace, S. Wallace, W. Grace, L. Warren, K. Gilliam, M. McFerrin, W. Mc- Alister, S. Brown, C. Reese, B. Smith. Second Row: R. Towry, S. Hopkins, J. Williams, F. Moore-head, B. Clayton, B. Sullivan, D. Buntley, F. McGee, R. Graham, A. Ramsey, B. Seagroves, M. Sheffield. Third Row: C. Pearson, B. Honey, J. Raby, M. Sheffield, B. Fowler, L. Montgomery, W. Burton, J. Loyd, M. Brown, J. Moyers, R. Thornton. V.. ..... as ex K, x,w"""" u. ,,n'l'l'p,, N 9' 'r A 2 , . sf l Q 2, ' 9 I 5 - Q , , fl . 34 5 S? Shirley Wa.llace, Rebecca Towry, Marie , 3 4'fi,,m,,.- .,,mW,e' Brown, and Mildred McFerrin display their prize-winning canned goods and , clothing proiects. TO MAKE THE BEST BETTER" Bobbie Sullivan, Larry Payne, and Ronald Thornton wear bright smiles after winning two trophies at Achievement Day. Carolyn Sullivan displays her chamf pion brown Swiss cow. Mrs. Gracey, A. Buntin, J. Davis, B. Smith, K. Young, N. Jones, M. Askins, P. Pinkstatf, A. Clark B. S. Parks, M. E. Parks. Second Row: L Smith, M. Moorehead, D. Burroughs, M. Locke, J. Black, A. Mc Rady, C. Sullivan, G. Raines, J. Williams, B. Shields, M. Patrick. Top Row: C. Stevenson, L. Toon, B Rawls, S. Templeton, C. Jean, R. Bevill, L. Payne, J. Askew, W. Cathey, D. Harrison, J. Ferrell. Los Pic Ros OFFICERS KATE YOUNG . . President DON REED . . . , Vice President FREDA PEARSON . Secretary AUDREY SUE RIVES . . . Reporter NANCY DUBOIS . , Historian HAROLD BOWEN , , . Historian EUGENE MEANS , . . . Sergeant-at-Arms El proposito de este club sera Ia practica dei espanol y la familiaracion con las costumbres y la literaturo espanoles e hispanoamericanos. Mrs. Daniel, Beautrice McBay, Joan Stevvman, Freda Pearson, Jane Hopkins, Rebecca Agnew, Judy Smith, Carole Reese, Audrey Sue Rives. Second Row: Annette Drake, Adele Barry, Barbara Watson, Martha Patrick, Jack Moyers, Joe Roby, Kate Young, Carolyn Clark. Third Row: Peggy Epps, Sandra Jobe, Joe Smith, Glendon Sullivan, Janice Burton, Mickey Maddox, Billie Faye Burton, Myra Askins. Fourth Row: Don Reed, Nancy Dubois, Janice Burrum, Eugene Means, Joanne Ferrell, Judy Black, Harold Bowen. LATI CLUB OFFICERS JERRY LOCKE ,,.,. Sergeant-at-Arms ADELE BARRY . Vice President PHIL HIGGINS . . President JANET STEWART . . . . Treasurer CAROLINE BARRY MARTHA PATRICK lNot Picturedi Secretary , Reporter N. Moorehead, J. Groce, W. Logan, M. Conger, G. Hamlin, F. Lewter. Second Row: N. Pulliam, L. Moiser, H. Gleghorn, J. Stewman, J. Steed, A. Rives,, B. Parks, A. Drake, M. Parks, M. Rives, D. Marlow, C. Honey, B. Loving. Third Row: B. Morton, B. Moyers, B. Woodruff, B. Raby, J. Pinkston, C. Sawyers, J. Bates, V. Redd, J. Holcomb, F. Pearson, C. Collins, L. Smith, A. Taylor, S. Jeans, Miss Ray. Fourth Row: N. Gwathney, D. Welch, C. Reese, D. Cantrell, A. Cork, J. Doves, P. Pinkstaff, W. Burton, M. Williams, L. Armos, B. Peay, J. Looper. Fifth Row: J. Bradford, P. Epps, R. Hodge, K. Young, D. Foster, A. Farrar, D. Reed, A. McRody, F. Stevens, F. Faulkner, J. Sykes. Sixth Row: L. Payne, B. Lewis, R. Joynes, C. Sullivan, R. Foster, D. Burroughs, B. Farrar, A. Higgins, A. Winsett, G. Loyd, C. Waggoner, S. Mitchell. Seventh Row: C. West, A. McGehee, D. Sullivan, N. Pigg, R. Fisk, G. Colbert, L. Barnes, C. Pittenger, B. Taylor, J. Ferrell, D. Bolles, J. Lewter. FUTURE HOIVIEIVIAKERS OF AMERICA OQQMAKFRS O 'S ll ff. '01 3? " 2. A Y , D llll - 3 mhz T' Ei ' .4-R J 9 ffl ' i 6 If liil c S' T190 ll' Y-Go NEW ao The National Organization of Pupils Studying Homemaking in Junior and Senior High Schools. Sub-District Officers-Nancy Pigg, Reporter, Sally Mitchell, Photographer C. Templeton, N. Johnson, P. Scott, B. Wilbanks, M. Mullinax, L. Vann, B. Metcalt, M. Conger, N Spurgeon, J. Moore, A. Johnson. Second Row: J. M:Cown, E. Head, S. Hopkins, K. Gilliam, M. Mc Ferrin, R. Williams, A. Taylor, R. Graham, J. Burns, J. Cunningham, A. Wilson, W. Groce, S. George Third Row: V. Cowley, N. Jobe, J. Hopkins, C. Sullivan, D. Burroughs, L. Warren, M. Williams, B Harrison, C. Thornton, B. Honey, B. Hines, R. Towry, J. Johnson, Fourth Row: M. Gibson, E. Shelton C. Henderson, P. Pack, l.. Toon, C. Hardin, M. Steelman, B. McAlister, A. Noblit, J. Welch, J. Moore S. Simmons, R. Rozelle, A. Smith. 58 QXSYA 51. 'TS AMERSEA Officers: Mrs. Graham, Sponsor, Kate Young, Retreational Leader, Barbara West, Song Leader, Jo Lee Jean, Historian, Barbara Smith, Photographer, Nancy Pigg, Secretary, Martha Ellen Parks, Presi- dent, Audrey Sue Rives, Vice President, Sally Mitchell, Treasurer, Judy Smith, Parliamentarian, Janet Stewart, Reporter, Jane Pinkston, Pianist. 9 M. Stocstill, A. Ramsey, D, Ables, C. Reese, M. Parks, A. Rives, J. Smith, P. Smith, P. Flynt, G. Barnes, L. Boggs, E. Thompson, J. Howell. Second Row: B. Smith, P. Gattis, S. Gatlin, P. Crawford, M. Shef- field, A. Hindman, R. Brown, W. Wright, J. Davenport, S. Elmore, S. Kyte, R. Bartlett, J. Mills, A. Perry, S. Wallace. Third Row: W. Logan, S. Eslick, B. West, T. Smith, W. McAIister, G. Moyers, S. Barnes, L. McCord, C. Moore, A. Brooks, J. Griffin, E. Gautney, C. Howell. Fourth Row: J. Pinkston, D. Throck- morton, G. Franklin, S. Mitchell, S. Reeves, M. Locke, J. Davis, J. Corder, P. Pinkstaff, D. Reese. Back Row: N. Pigg, K. Young, M. Askins, K, Spray, S. Poarch, J, Stewart, F. Faulkner, J. Jean, C. Stevenson, J. Pitts, E. Spencer. FUTURE F RMFRS OF MFRIC " v u .4-H' -2 , 'xiii -X Val b , f 'LST 51 A " Iiflayii FT-F F 04.0 l if 1 ,Q Q 0. , - A f 'e -Q ' 9 oFFicERs H -Lf Douglas Faulkner, President, Temple Ward, Vice C- -:J 'h TJ President, Clyde White, Secretary, Mr. Hastings, . ' ff T W5 Adviser, Phillip Lane, Treasurer, Buie Simmons, Sen- C tinel, Robert Spencer, Reporter. C' I ' Ulftb ff 4 f . J jx' R. Howell, C. Crabtree, F. Richardson, N. Baucom, P. Lane, R. Spencer, D. Faulkner, T. Ward, C. White, H. Parks, P. Shelton, R. Short, Mr. Hastings. Second Row: R. Groce, W. Gattis, R. Groce, L. Groce, P. Barnes, C. Ashby, K. Pittenger, M. Sheffield, J. Mills, W. Brown, F. Richardson, J. Foutch. Third Row: R. Cunningham, P. Hopkins, J. Groce, B. Simmons, L. Montgomery, E. Templeton, G. Smith, R. Markham, J. Pate, W. Spray. Fourth Row: E. Eslick, J. Brown, R. Sisk, C. McGee, J. Conger, D. Moore, D. Simmons, J. Campbell, D. Bartlett, W. Groce. Fifth Row: L. Creson, J. Gatlin, H. Womack, B. Markham, J. Steelman, J. Dunivan, B. Smith, G. Maynard, B. Thomas, M. Putman. --gg-xi may M4545 USING THE EMERY ROCK HOG TROUGHS-A FRESHMAN PROJECT y Short, Roy Markham, Fred Welch, Jerry Pate, Gene Smith, Mickey Putman, Wilburn Grace, Wayne Brown, Mr. Hastings, Kelly Pittenger. Harold Moore and Jerry Mills. Harrel Parks, RO Bill Cunningham, Pamela Throckmorton, Bubba West. Second Row- Everett Eslick Brenda Honey, Temple Ward, Martha Ellen Parks, Janice Johnson, Mickey Putman. 'lzhird Row: Randy Cunningham, King, Linda Boggs, Queen. Fourth Row: Audrey Sue Rives, Douglas Faulkner. 61 NATIO AL roiziimsic LEAGUE TTTPT AN HONOR SOCIETY FOR PUBLIC SPEAKING Membership in the N. F. L. is secured by earning twenty credit points by speaking before high school assemblies, adult audiences, or in inter- scholastic contests. Degrees are awarded for additional points. We consider it a distinct honor that our school has one of the twenty-six chapters in the Tennessee District. Members and their degrees are: William Cathey, Arnold Winsett, De- gree of Excellence, Sally Mitchell, Annette Drake, Alice McRady, Degree of Honor, Betty Woodruff, Judy Welch, John Bradford, Leslie Armos, Michael McNeal, Ann Wilson, Patricia Pack, Degree of Merit. DEBATE PROBLEM- Farm Income. DEVOTIONAL Nancy Jones makes an inspirational talk in assembly. DEB TE CLUB Jerry Honey, Nancy Jones, Sally Mitchell, Bill Cathey, Arnold Winsett, Betty Woodruff. Second Row: Annette Drake, Ann Wilson, John Day Bradford, Billy Askins, Richard Short, Judy Welch. Third Row: Patsy Pack, Mike McNeal, Clark Waggoner, Leslie Armos, Lowell Mason, Alice McRady. FL-A BUSY CLUB The Rev. Richard Walkley congratulates John White and Hoy Stephenson on earning the Degree ot Distinction in N. F. L. "Moriority is Safe"-Leslie Arrnos, Betty Wood' ruff, and Judy Welch. "And now for News trom Central"eAlice Mc- Rady, Arnold Winsett, Annette Drake. The l956 debate squad in Paris, Tenn- Foster, Cathey, S. Mitchell, Johnson, White, Stephenson, and friends. Does anybody understand the Brannan Plan? Ann Wilson, Patsy Pack, John Day Bradford, BET CL B A NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY CAROL REESE . . Reporter NANCY JONES . Treasurer BILLY SUE PARKS Vice President WILLIAM CATI-IEY . President MARTHA ELLEN PARKS Secretary Mr. Lindsay, C. Barry, B. McBay, J. Steed, A. Rives, P. Scott, G. Hamlin, F. Lewter, A. Drake, M. Rives, A. Clark, B. Woodruff, B. Miller, Miss Ray. Second Row: V. Redd, B. Roby, J. Pinkston, L. Smith, J. Wiliams, L. Walker, J. Stewman, C. Honey, B. Loving, C. Howell, A. Jacobs. Third Row: J. Grace, A. Barry, P. Pinkstatt, J. Bates, C. Clark, C. Collins, B. Peay, J. Stewart, M. Locke, A. McGehee, B. Moyers, S. Mitchell, C. Stevenson. Fourth Row: J. Burton, A. Higgins, W. Burton, C. Pittenger, J. Brad- ford, A. McRady, M. Marsh, J. Young, D. Cantrell, M. Moorehead, R. Foster. Fifth Row: L. Mitchell, J. Locke, J. Black, B. Farrar, N. Pigg, J. Davis, N. Dubois, R. Taylor, F. Faulkner, R. Fisk. PARE T TE CHERS ASSUCI TIO Mrs. Con Massey, President, Mrs. Frank Stevens, l-lamilton, County Council Presi- Mrs. Vtfilliam Reese, Treasurer, Vice President. Secretary, Mrs. Joe dent, Not Pictured: Mrs. John Shettield, District Officers: Chairman, Mrs. William Pitts, President, Mrs. Emmett Owens, Secretary. Mrs. Carter Mitchell, Program Mr. James Barron, Mrs. James McNeal, Mrs. Paul Smith, Mr. Charles l-larmening, Mrs. S, I. Pinkston, Miss Gertrude Reed. Mrs. Newman Jarratt, Mrs. Bill Askins, Mrs. Woodrow Ramsey, Mrs. James Clayton, Committee Chairman, A -..M GRGANIZATIONS BETA CLUB OFFICERS Billie Sue Parks, Martha Ellen Parks, Bill Cathey, Nancy Jones. MANUAL ARTS OFFICERS J. Stewart, R. Spencer, J. Locke, B. Taylor. Second Row: C. White, E. Eslick, B. Chisam, B. Markham Mr. Mansfield. si ,. .wi- 1. ls ,gap-. CENTRAL HIGH BAND-A GOOD BEGINNING Mr. Amonette, M. Simmons, L. Payne, S. Templeton, D. Parks, J. Hopkins, B. Raby. Second Row: G. Foster, B. Loving, G. Gaines, R. Agnew, C. Barry, C. Honey, D. Marlowe, P. Smith, J. Sipes, D. Throckmorton, C. Collins, C. Stevenson. Third Row: J. Millstead, P. Raby, G. Currin, J. Conger, E. Eslick, J. Brown, R. I-Iorwell, T. Harrington, B. Smith, R. I-lodge. Fourth Row: B. Pitts, J. Mills, R. Corbin, G. Chapman, D. Abbott, J. Mills. T. Spurlock, J. Lettwich. C RRE T HISTORY CL B "THE STRENGTH OF A DEMOCRACY IS AN INFORMED CITIZENRY OFFICERS BOBBY LATEN Vice President CAROLE PATRICK Treasurer BILLY CHISAM Sergeant-at-Arms RANDY SCOTT President BEN WAKEFIELD Chaplain BILLIE FAYE BURTON Secretory Mr. Sarver figures school budget tor Clarence Moyers, Ann Buntin, and Letha Tate. i L In I I .A III' Ni I A. Buntin, B. Parks, C. Patrick, J. Smith, B. Pitts, N. Jones C. Reese. Second Row:J Lewter L Tate S. Jobe, J. Brown, L. Barnes, B. Burton, M. Askins. Third Row: G. SuIIivan, A. McRady B Chisam C. Moyers, S. Reeves, G. Moyers. Fourth Row: A. Winsett, B. RawIs, J. Burrurn, K. Spray N McCown C. White. Fifth Row: B. Laten, R. Scott, E. Means, B. Wakefield, H. Womack, H. Means 67 IGER TALES T1-IE VOICE UF CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL ' T' T Draw ipgzrrgf, fJ'rffe:fy:', 5. L.cz?iwc3y, 5 Ucxfkl J E1TifEWi2f'T, YQ Ybrmgg E3 Rraiyy, Second Row: ,ir Barry, fa, Jowwaorw, P. Srrmifrw, Ciczfk, J. S-Tf3WNf'!XCAfK J, 555355, Fiivczffs, Br VfJ4,1?erQrx, Third Row: N1 Parks, Cf, fV4fC1C1f'LY,'Q.l, Sark, P Pizekyrzrf, M, Locke, Fourth Row: C, Abbey, N. Pigg, " 'Q Fifth Row: C. Vtfiwirfs, Q rV:ff'sQr'r, L, .4rfr'fg,5, B. PWS, E. Templeton, R Thcrrwrfjwi 3 www, 4 Prdsmggr, J, Biock, A Hrggggms, J, Ferfwjl, L, Mifcheil, A Mdkidy BTLL CATHEY 2 bzmtmxe 1 ti 'L+ , MLN mtenduni nf aww Ratvs walk be OUAA ful' students on 1 V1 Y rutus are 75 2 40 ve-nts for f 'dmc url tr, . f 'hr C inf Chapman The school has dmy for The fair g OCDLTA- N ew run- Priscxllza Sxott, sophomores, Edna BHLY SUE PARKS +1SFOC!i,1?i' ffdrff pa WY "Q czcmxd CHRTSTTNE ABBAY Business ivkamge ,lfgvfv xdvlxt Uf H19 - r Sumo, Band ycimdayl ED TEMPLETON Busmess Manager 'fffw xrice-pmidenm ANNETTE DRAKE Business Manager Barbara Rahy w' T UP' treasurer MUD" The puwidcnt will bc m frhalrge of thc ld Q'-T' the band on parades wx' acts as JANTCE SIPES Feature Vxfrifcr JANET STEWART Femme Writer' reg ALPCE MCTZADY Feature VVri1er , th rf Mr. one wife, preferably living. eases are the worst, announced "Since ularly I am to say, my at fatal dis- T xv rv TIGER TALES Septmnltc-x' ll. N556 many new fast making it- and Halrziggitig" a race lie- anml seeing cm' fientlfe wlm in a reckless we are Shen'- lilse the still exists, clamping clown others are Two towns in our immediate area have the answer. Huntsville and Lewisburg have car-clubs and special strips for dragging, or at least they're in the making. Car- excellent DICKY FARRAR Sports Editor learn to a BARBARA RABY Editorial Stott Q club coul CAROUNE BARQY t Editorial Stott gn gtyggtg SALLY t'vlllCl"lELl. Editorial SiClll his b Reporters Anne Johnson, Borboro tEd. note Roby, Mory Anne 'v'iJilliorn5, Ann Higgins Audrey Sue Rives, Chen-lotte Honey, Nancy Piggy, Borlboro Wcitson Typists Mcirtho Deon Locke, Patsy Pinkstoii, Joanne Ferrell, Claudio Pit M u tenger, Joon Stewrnon, Lindo Mitchell, We my emi, 1521903 Reporters Pot Smith, Kote Young, of t e O Mortho Ellen Forks, Clyde White, Gene those beef Harrison, Ronald Thornton, Bud Pitts, MPS. Adele Barry. the 2400 E V polio shots. "We're getting through to the Kittensfokay. 'l'hey've dug their sixteen tons-and more," the Chief Cat states, "but whats wrong with the Cats?" i A ' ' M e Kittens Cages Health Depart- the kittens for whcn it comes the defense of iliglitenetl. They 1 is open from 'un, 0 on Saturdays, in! Letfs clobber iage license bureau: as cheap as one, but ore important to be Vaca Visit V Of The Tlw 'c l Q f uf TIGER TALES inolf Csiml Mutt bill'-T Lvsllfi AP 'nie vtztn lime cn. 1:1 n which if- qi wt 'null in n ottwville, ln Tri- 't c,-as frtrnvz, tif I rr ftzrwtrl ' nliit t he lm.: if rin. it -1 ' fmli-.. twin l .ii . wctelt 51. ' we-as erm-in 'ii '7ri1"'ttir Ann ,lttlv in D1-tr-.Y imelc-. Whil le,-:irnt-fl zz E- It Sw' . one Clin she d Of cc Slit: rurle of thi- Snridr: Miami. was Spf 13.1.1 Our , 5' D. Y Some' Q she V 5 The Adele vacation in first went tn Started down Florida, She in h Evnefal HGYSQWWII hunmn than it is to be important, vw' W it R 9 Complete Launu., ', l N, - 'lllltlf Spun-'nr USUN t The nad to "N UCLEAR NUTS" ot science in our lives. MR. JENNINGS wi' SCIE CE CL B The aims of this club shall be: To increase our knowledge ot science, to learn to perfect our skills in science, to give service in our community and nation, to understand the importance BILL CATHEY , . . . . President BILLIE SUE PARKS . Vice President MARTHA ELLEN PARKS . Secretary CAROLE PATRICK . Treasurer MRS. HATCHER Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor, Mr. Jennings, L. Tate, A. Winsett, T. Brown, M. Marsh, J. Wright, L. Mason, R. Brown, J Mitchell, S. Reeves, T. Young, G. Moyers. Second Row: G. Currin, B. Wakefield, W. Jarratt, W. Ham brick, R. Thornton, B. Sherwood, D. Cantrell, B. Taylor, T. Stevens, J. Stewart, B. Cathey, D. Stone. Third Row: M. Crumbley, H. Rudd, B. Massey, M. Brown, D. Throckmorton, P. Hodge, C. Collins, N Jones, C. Honey, J. Mills, A. Perry, B. Dorning, J. Hammonds, B. Peay. Fourth Row: J. Williams, J Welch, D. Burroughs, C. Sullivan, J. Black, L. Jean, A. Higgins, B. Blaylock, W. Buntley, E. Stevenson J. McCown. Fifth Row: B. Gunter, T. Hooper, P. Sugg, J. Daves, A. McRady, B. Rawls, C. Abbay G. Massey, J. Sykes, A. Jarratt, G. Harrison, J. Askew. 1 1 EXPERIMENT WITH ELECTRIC STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM MOTOR Larry Marshall, Betty Massey, Wendell Tucker, Lynn Stubblefield and Charles Riner ,xx ,f,,,.. C. Templeton, P. Scott, D. Buntley, J. Steelman, C. Beddingfield, N. Groce, D. Ables, E. Head, S. Brown G. Hamlin. Second Row: B. Parks, H. Gleghorn, P. Barnes, L. Stubblefield, B. Smith, C. Cantrell, C Patrick, F. McGee, A. Drake, S. Martin. Third Row: B. Loving, C. Cunningham, M. Dale, J, Moyers, J Chapman, W. Tucker, N. Gwathney, J. Young, J. Stewman, D. Parks, M. Parks. Fourth Row: B. Kidd J. Towry, L. Smith, F. Lester, J. Cunningham, J. Holcomb, B. Shields, V. Redd, B. Honey, R. Agnew A.. Wilson, J. Gray. Fifth Row: W. Burton, B. Askins, J. Toon, J. McNeal, W. Thompson, D. Smith R. Foster, M. McNeal, S. Muse, B. Fowler, P. Raby. LETTER CL B --...,,, A me if A Claudia Pittenger, Martha Ellen Parks, Linda Jaied, Diane Burroughs, Nancy Dubois, Cecil Howell, Barbara West, Gayle Colbert, Second Row: Billie Sue Parks, Jane Pinkston, Bobbie Kay Lewis, Willa Dean Buntley, Fay McGee, Alice Farrar, Mrs. Vtfebb. Third Row: Priscilla Scott, Linda Mosier, Brenda Honey, Betty Miller, Martha Patrick, Janet Stewart, Annette Drake, Coach Barron, Albert Jarratt, Larry Barnes, Thu rlo Hooper, Dicky Farrar, Marvin Daniel, Joe Sykes, Coach Harmening. Second Row: Philip Holt, Jimmy Stewart, Bobby Carson, Walter Jarratt, Buie Sim- mons, Tommy Young, Lynn Bobo, Jack Moyers. Third Row: Charles West, Donnie Shelton, Philip Sugg, Dickie Bolles, George Massey, Bud Pitts, Billy Smith. Fourth Row: Dicky Bevill, John Holcomb, Murray Mathis, Bud Farrar, Eugene Means, Clyde White, Philip Higgins, Jerry Stevenson, Don Webb. ERRY CHRISTMAS TO LL "l-le'll Be Corning Down the Chimney When l-le Comes" "Santa's Little Helpers" Tom Young, Jimmy Stewart, Larry Holcomb, and friends at Christmas Parade. "Little Charlie" and friends, Jerry Locke, George Massey, Annette Drake, Mr. Lindsey. "O Come All Ye Faithful" Caroline Barry, Annette Drake, Leslie Armos, Martha Patrick, Sally Mitchell, Kate Young. "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" Larry Payne, Judy Welch, Ann Shofner at N. F. L. party. "Mrs. Bauscomb Keeps Christmas" Jane Steed, Peggy Epps, Bonnie Clayton. 73 if, M -.. f 1 Wi W Wmlwmww WWMm -,wwf WWMWME ai., W ,Z HDZH iv Z,: , ,..,A..:,k,:,, nvuinzlnbzvll ..:I : VV 1 ,,.,A:,5:.,,,,,.,.V,..1.,..::, ,.- ulallb Zii Ziil L 2' -- " 'Btii jf? "": , . : i.., - 1 1 11 "':'Q' " ' -' - - -- '- QA-2 55 ' A' , ' :- - 'i' T f W Q f , 1 ' Q f fa., ,,q L' ' . , i t ,:,,,, V yi BEAUTY QUEE and COURT Miss Amy McGehee, Beouty Queen of 1957, is crowned by Miss Betty Mil!er, Beauty Queen of 1956. The closs winners are Miss Brenda Sowell, Freshman, Miss Carol Thornton, Sophomore, Miss Mc- Gehee, Junior, ond Miss Ncancy Pigg, Senior. FE TU RES Q 3 3 2 3 i X 3 x E A-wb 6 ,,,,,,..,:.,q V m'Q""'v --, . ,,..,., ,. vm A 'Mfr-E. , .,A,b-.,.VA,,,.,A,,E,5 qiil -AE.i 1-"1A V--V 'A-:, -vA, . b:A,q '---2 A.AA ,A I '1'1'22E' """"-' QV' '1-'- f :f-21i ,.: f-f 111 111 11- IQ- 5 2 -1 -'A, Q 1.:-Mi ""- f' ' " LM L "1:5 -:fl ""' i K-wvifgmsd , i 1 qbA..b VA i 1 ,,.. , ,:.,:V- Q fi, I Z' :fi AZA' V. , ,,W, ,,,,,, 5 if :',.f ,g,, 4 w w fffh , .," f . 555226 gf, 'wfiw W , ,,, 'Z ' ff 4 X QW iv: , ,fl h ww U5 gg M1139-MM 5 Cf f A ' 0? . A A, NANCY PIGG JOANNE FERRELL JU ACK ALICE McRADY JUNIOR BEAUTIES AMY MCGEHEE JUNIOR BEAUTY WINNER AND BEAUTY QUEEN SQPHQMQRE BEAUTIES INNER FRESHMEN BEAUTIES ER EIU? GRAND CHAIVI PIO The little fellow with the big guitor ond o voice to match is well known around Central! His singing hos brought him mony honors during his high school lite. I-le hos been his closs winner in the tolent show for four consecutive yecirs ond hos topped his record with the Grond Chompionship this yeor. as SOPHOMORE WINNER fTiel CAROLYN caLLiNs , Fire Bmw Twmmg FRESHMAN WINNERS mei BOBBlE SULLIVAN, Vocal Solo MALINDA CONGER, Piano Solo Talent Show Q- Judith Levvter, Mistress at Ceremonies, Sophomore Winner Uiel - Novelty Act: Cecil How- James Mitchell, Ann Wilson ell, Ann Wilson, Priscilla Scott, Second Row: Meredith 83 Sheffield, Jeanette Williams, Linda Smith, Janie Pitts. SENIOR Whne on Reed JUNIOR Albert Jorrcm ww xg- S ' 5 5 Ei ig we Y 5 S , 4 , gf E.. 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MOST CDU RTEOUS MURRAY MATHIS and CAROLE PATRICK congratulate Mr. Lindsay on Ihe new granddaughter. MOST DEPENDABLE LINDA MITCHELL RANDY SCOTT CUTEST LINDA JARED RONALD THORNTON I 1 I ' Affw ' va It . MUST C REFREE BILLY BROOKS SMITH KATE YOUNG FRIE DLIEST JOE ASKEW MYRA ASKINS I was IK , ,W ,V 1 . Q "f" I 25' 2:5273 '1"I h I if ..,...,,: 5 3.33712 . .Q A, ..:...' 2 -.., " A .::-- BEST DANCERS BOBBY RAWLS ALICE MCRADY BIGGEST FLIRT JOHN WAYNE DAVES ANNETTE DRAKE WITTIEST SUE POARCH GERALD CHAPMAN E HO OR THOSE WHO DESERVE IT BILLIE SUE PARKS iculTy and senior class seIecTed Billie Sue as e . . nTaTive To The DaughTers oT The American n. s elected presxdenT of The Middle Tennessee ool Press AssociaTion. WILLIAM CATHEY J . h ROBBIE LEE SISK was awarded To Robbie Tor winning second fiTh his yellow corn aT The PhisTer Hybrid in Chicago. URROUGHS, JERRY BARNES, JERRY DORN- N NIE SHELTON, BLAKE WILKERSON, BILLY IARVIN DANIEL, GEORGE MASSEY, LARRY JOHN HANNAH, AND MR. HARMENING. s of The I956 DisTricT TournamenT OT Win- d . . mire Their Trophy. VALEDICTORIAN Billie Sue Porks SALUTATORIAN Audrey Sue Rives fmhw. Qggw my Q Y WW .. GEORGE MASSEY George, Co-Copfoiri oi The I956 Tigers was seleded os C1 guord on The AII-C. T. C. Teom. THOMAS JOHNSON, JOHN WHITE, WILLIAM CATHEY, AND JAMES HOY STEPHENSON. Tommy ond Hoy won Firsr Pioce in oifirmofive debating, John ond BIII Second im hegoriye de-bot img in T. I. L. L. Distric? Tourriomerir or Murfreesboro. MARTHA PATRICK, MRS. GRACEY, AND RONALD THORNTON. The Cemroi 4-H Ciub ogoiri wins the Trophy for The mos? oufsrondiiig club in Lihcoiri Couriry SPGRTS "One for The money, Two for The show, Three To make reody AND GO CATS GO" 5? T 3 X mg? bf i , 2 ,ww , .U 4 if gf Q 3? Q S: N as X fig slw N1 ,Ag 1 , W., X Lp- Md ' . ,Egg as-'55 Clyde White Gene Harrison George Massey Co-Captain Coach Harmening, Bobo, Moyers, Managers, J. Young, Looper, Shelton, Burton, Marshall, Stewman, Smith. Second Row: Welch, Sykes, Simmons, Grace, Sugg, White, Foster, Toon. Third Row: Templeton, Farrar, Bolles, Harrison, Mathis, Hooper, Daniel, Jarratt. CENTRAL HIGH Phillip Sugg Co-Captain 6 l 55 fs S Bobby Carson Johnny Holcomb D. Reed, L. Mason, R. Sisk, B. Askins, C. Cunningham, M. Sheffield, C. Waggoner, Managers: B, Pitts, P. Higgins, Coach Barron. Second Row: S. Muse, B. Carson, R. Young, D. Webb, L. Creson, D. Sullivan, J. Towry. Third Row: T. Young, G. Massey, C. West, P. Holt, D. Bevill, E. Means, .l. Holcomb. TIGERS 1956 Albert Jczrrott Shields Templeton Dicky Farrar Joe Sykes Buie Simmons Phillip Holt S . 14 B. . -l-V Th epl ,.,,, ...,., 522 3: ,I ere Sept ., Hem relle - ' ie Nov Here N O V -515225 i , - -I 2.2 Ig :Z5CgfgIEEE:-532523112-1523253353135 E 9 FAYETTEVILLE VS. LAWRENCEBURG. Albert Jorrott 1331 goes over tor o TD -olter some spectacular blocking by George Massey 441 1, Marvin Doniel l57l, ond Buie Simmons 1551. Eugene Means Murray Mathis Dicky Bolles Charles West George Massey presents Mr. Harmening, Mr, and Mrs. Barron, and Mrs. Webb gifts on behalf of The football squad, cheerleaders, and sports fans. "BRAlNS AND BRAWN" Buie Simmons, Gene Harrison, Eugene Means, Murray Mathis, Philip Holt, and Johnny Holcomb. Dicky Bevill Thurlo Hooper , V113 rp,-x -lm my Zigi Mtv. i' N 56431 , 5 ?1"35aTjiiSg3,:2k 6 . "5" A,i,"Y1a.fi,,,Sf53g32?11iN,fi,Y3Q51 1. ' , mtfxlzgzg, j'Mf:,,2 -' f n,,n. MhW X W .4 . N A wh ,. . Y I, ,F 1.4 if V ' 'L , A iv 1-.gf,.,1f.F. 1 iii? 5 guy :,,.., Q 'fl' 2,1 ffg , 3 VE , vig Q I iwxksi' Aw N , ,, , Wiaff Q57 . H37 5695543 P2 . 5. 'X . 1 3 . , A A A w QM 5. U A 3 " -x M 3 ., ' Qygw, 7 , X, M22 1,,.,-1 X N N, K ff ,Zn VV. 2,. A 4 Mx, ., k,W,,-.N fb " w.g..,.X VW :fax Mb, ,H as AWD A Gr Wim A uf' ff K , K- - A s M, iff-in-f' M N N R Af Aw f lysis? A ,Q ,fwsilmyf k A if M213 Wy ' fb Y nz KJ V V gffzxmw F' ,QL laid Qffiyzk-k,:,', , V 1 M fm 1 ' '?2ims , W5 'A , ,ge wi my J LQ W? ,. ' 'ESQ 'diff' H5 Y 2 f J ,J , I igsgi ,fl , af ' ' Q f HOMECOIVII G THE QUEEN'S ATTENDANTS-Alice Farrar, Freshman, Barbara Watsrcn, Sophomore, Caroline Barry, Junior, Linda Jared, Senior. QQ R' , miami, W wr. Donna Daniel, Flower Girl, George Massey, Alfernare Captain, Berry Miller, Queen, Phillip Sugg, Captain, Mike Ashby, Crown Bearer. ,lqredl PHT5, Pgrlqg FCDRVVARDS: Howell, COHDGVT, WesT Couch Borron, Hopkir1s,lVicGee, Pcirks, Jored, Forror, Burroughs, Buniley, Pitts, Colbert, Lewis, Mc Cown, Stevenson, Piiienger, Mills, West, Howell, Mcmciger Dubois. Shelton, Forward, Massey, Guard, Stevenson, Guard Bolles, Forward, Barnes, Center, Farrar, Forward Shelton, Bolles, Massey, Barnes, Daniel, Fisk, Hooper, Farrar, Towry, Stewart, Stevenson Coach Har mening. Managers Bevill and Sullivan. 103 BENCH WARMERS Stevenson, McCovvn, Hopkins, and Bur- roughs. "HOPE FOR THE FUTURE" Joe Young, 59, Roy Grace, 5l, Clarke Waggener, 60, Walter Jarratt, ol, Bob Young, 54, Jerry Gatlin, 52. FIGHT, TEAM, FIGHT! Scott, Stewart, Patrick, and Mosier. T04 READY AND WAITING Daniel, Hooper, Massey, and Tovvry. SCHEDULE In the T956-l957 basketball season we played the following schools: Boonshill, Lawrenceburg, Columbia, Murfresboro, Shelbyville, Blanche, Tulla- homa, Flintyille, Lewisburg, Franklin County, and Pulaski. SNAPSHOTS CAD Carole Reese, "Oh, my aching feet!" CBJ D. Stone and J. Brown wait their turn to ride the elephant. CCD J, Brown, T. Young, B. Farrar, T. Gray, S, Gatlin and T, Spurlocke. CDD Patrolmen Steele and Ed- wards, Mr. Lindsay, QED C. Chapman, M, Sheffield and friends, QFD B. Cathey reads Beta pledge to J. Honey, J. Bradford, C. Honey, C. Howell, B. Loving. CGD C. Collins, J. Bradford, A. Higgins, Miss Ray. KHD J. Stevenson, L. Barnes, M. Daniel, and R. Fisk. lil: ELK COTTON MILL DRESS SHOP Fayetteville, Tennessee Manufacturers of high-grade yarn FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE Residents of Elk Village-Lindo Foye Wor- Mrs. Brock fits CoroIe Reese with ci party ren, Cecil Howell, Priscillo Scott, Ann Wilson, frock. Tommy Wilson, Ernest Dunivon MOORES OIL COMPANY SHELL DISTRIBUTORS FIRESTONE TIRES 81 BATTERIES ENNIISSEE UA PM 790 C 0 M P A N Y FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE The Oldest Retinners in the South , so I FAIR STORES INC. THE HUSTLER DRY GOODS East Side of Square Phone I5 MR. C. E. BURKLIN IIO NORTH MAIN Manager FINLEY 81 McKINNEY Builders' Supply "IF It's Building Supplies You Want, We Have It." IO5 Norris St. Phone IO5 "We Strive to Please" Second generation-Martha, Dixie, Bar- barci, and friend. LARGEN MOTOR INN "FayetteviIIe's Finest" BILLY PARKS MOTOR COMPANY Better Buy New and Like-New Used Cars 405 South Main Avenue Telephone 65 Bobbie Kay, James, AIice, Clark, visit Mrs Gene. Home of Sportsweor West College Street Foyettevi I Ie, Ten nessee Joan, Amy, Jerry, Monte enioy that Coke! The Pause That Refreshes ' 0 FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE "We Never Close" T H E F O R K HUNTSVILLE HIGHWAY FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE 7 TO 11 STORE Open From 7 A. M. to II P. M 7DoysoWeek Puloski Highway Phone 1290 FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE REESE MOTORS New Ford Home FORD - MERCURY CARS FORD TRUCKS Open Evenings till 8:00 P. M. MILLER'S PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS l03 North Main Avenue Phones 80l-802 Fayetteville, Tennessee J OHN E. UNDERWOOD AUTHORIZED Auto-Lite and United Motors SERVICE Phones: Day 378-J Nite 378-R l06 North Lincoln Avenue TANNER FARMER'S SUPPLY PURINA CHOWS SEED BABY CHICKS Custom Grinding 84 Mixing Store - 275 Mill - 98 Patrolman Edwards distributes safety leat- lets. Air Conditioned, First Aid, and Oxygen Equipped Ambulance Air Conditioned Chapel Electronic Equipment for Chapel and Church Service PHONE - 38 GALLANT FUNERAL HOME FIRE - AUTOMOBILE - CASUALTY F R l E R SO N INSURANCE AGENCY Phone542 HOLT - WARREN BUICK COMPANY BUICK AUTOMOBILES GMC TRUCKS SALES - SERVICE Phone 666 Foyetteville, Tennessee THE NEW RALSTON FUNERAL CHAPEL FRED RALSTON MARVIN MONKS, Associate Phone 4 Bright Avenue Foyetteville, Tennessee WM. M. SMITH COMPANY FIELD AND GARDEN SEED - LAWN GRASS PHONE QIO FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE BEN BARRY PHONE 50 FULLER'S SUPER MARKET ci-ioice MEATS Everyday Low Prices West College Street "Willie Burton and Jerry scck'em up" i H. N. REES 81 SON "Memorize It" Headquarters for Levi's THE NATIONAL STORE Two Complete Floors ot Quality Merchandise Fayetteville, Tennessee Fayetteville Sheet Metal W O R K S Heating, Guttering, Tanks and General Sheet Metal Work Phone 855 T22 W. College Street YEARWOOD IMPLEMENT COMPANY SALES - SERVICE Your Dealer For Allis Chalmers-New Holland New Idea and DeLaval Equipment Phones 23 and 823 Fayetteville, Tennessee HANCOCK FEED a n d S E E D C O M P A N Y Phone 885 Ann Wilson with her Science Fair exhibit. W E S T E S S O Compllmems SERVICENTER Ol Huntsville Highway E. Fayetteville, Tennessee "Your Happy Motoring Dealer" Phone T277 SUN ROSE DAIRY Producer-Processor-Distributor Grade "A" Pasfeurized and I-Iomogenized Milk Phone 47I -W Fayefieville, Tennessee Al T "FIRST IN FAVOR - FIRST IN FLAVOR" FQREMOST ICE CREAM "ForemosT's Always Best For You BURTON'S SHELL SERVICE Specializing in Complete 24-Hour Shell Service FARMER'S BURLEY WAREHOUSE FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE PAUL BADENHOP CO. International Trucks - Farmall Tractors CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH Farm Implements and Accessories COMPLIMENTS OF RALPH NALL Your STAR Representative 1 Wherever You Go There's Radio EIIR For Fayetteville Lincoln County TENNESSEE -1240- A recent independent survey reveals: "The average person spends more time listening to the radio than with tele- vision, newspaper, and magazines com- bined" Senoritos Buntin and McGehee BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO. "Everything for Anything" PHONE 7IO Sky high-James H., Jerry, Larry, Mr. Gra- ham. CARLEE ALLEN INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance CECIL ALLEN CARLEE ALLEN "BOBBY" ALLEN WILSON'S CLEANERS The Home of Sta-Nu Jean shows Barbara and Caroline how To I4 h ' FTICI 6 OTTIGCOTDIUQ COVSOQGS. J EAN'S FLOWER SHOP Phone 335 PITGHG 525 FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE SUPPLY .. .Jawa CO-LINS LAUNDRY and CLEANERS "One Call Does If All" Trade AT Home I-Iorne Owned 81 OperaTed Complefe Laundry and Cleaning Service Phone 350 FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE LINCOLN AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY IOI NORRIS Phone QIO - QI I FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE FARRAR I WATSON 5 SERVICE stAtioN DEPARTMENT STORE Lubrication - Tires - Accessorie Ready To Wear For The Family Pulaski Highway South Side Square phone 142 Fsvetfevillef Temess Fayetteville, Tennesse JOHN T. WRIGHT Jeweler "It it's from Wright's it's Right" F yetteville, Tennesse GENERAL SHOE PROCESSING TERMINAL HAROLD RABY'S SERVICE STATION "Be Sure With Pure" Phone II9 Fayetteville, Tennessee THE STYLE SHOPPE We Appreciate Your Business VIRGINIA SMITH - LUCILLE WARD Fayetteville, Tennessee BERRY RABY SERVICE STATION Goodyear Tires and Batteries Road Service Phone 272 F yetteville, Tennessee Check that square I I I Charcoal Broiled Steaks Hot Biscuits Tenn. Cured Country Ham CARTER'S DRUG STORE Sporting Goods ATTIC CAFE Records Fountain Gmde A Phone 9153 Fayetteville, Tennessee Dinner Reservations WARREN'S CITY AUTO PARTS The Finest in Replacement Parts For Your Car Phone 1616- 1617 Fayetteville, Ten nessee FASHION SHOP 112 North Main Phone 618 DRESSES - SPORTS WEAR LINGERIE DALE - REES 8K COMPANY HARDWARE SOUTHWAY GROCERY Huntsville Highway Fayetteville, Tennessee Setting the stage-Leslie Armos, Barbara Mrs. Hatcher is 39 .... again. Roby, Caroline Barry. DE'WBERRY'S PETERS SHOE STORE City Club Shoes for Men Velvet Step Shoes tor Women Weotherbird Shoes for Children "The Weor Is There in Every Poir" Foyetteyille, Tennessee "lt's o Foct. You Alwoys Do Better At . . . HlLL'S THOMAS TIRE ond SUPPLY COMPANY WESTINGHOUSE YOUNGSTOWN KITCHEN MYERS PUMPS GOODYEAR PRODUCTS TIRE RECAPPING Phone I4O FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE Mr. Grohom poses Lindo Smith. SCHOOL PICTURES INC. The Best In School Photography CURTIS GRAHAM BOWLING GREEN, KY Lincoln - Floor - Covering Service Everything In Floor and Wallcovering MANNINO WALLPAPER GLIDDEN PAINTS Phone 837 lO9 N. Main Fayetteville, Tennessee JENKINS' STUDIO Portraits - Photo Finishing Commercial - Weddings II4 North Main Avenue FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE MASSEY'S FURNITURE STORE West Side Square Telephone 457 P. D. MASSEY-DENNIS W. MASSEY AVALON DAIRIES "Demand the Best" You are always welcome to visit and inspect our plant STANDARD DRUG CO THE REXALL STORE DRUGS - TOILETRIES - CANDY KODAKS - STATIONERY Bobby Jean Wilbanlcs and Rebecca Towry out the Necchi Owings' Furniture Co Phones: 28 and 888 Your NECCI-ll Sewing Machine Center Phone 57 Fayetteville, Tennessee Fayetteville, Tennessee M. M. DELAP GINS LINCOLN 8 VANN TOWN GINS T956 Modern Equipment Vonn Town Gin Equipped with New Continentol Gig Equipment ond Moss-Gordon Lint Cleoners Buyers of Cotton ond Seed Phones 929-R 84 T080-W-T "We Serve To Serve Again" FLETCHER HARVEY STUDIO Senior Pictures by FLETCHER HARVEY 213 oth Avenue North NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Formerly Schurnocher Studio B. 81 E. MOTOR SALES NEW and USED CARS Soufh Main Avenue WRIGHT'S STORE The Best In Ladies Ready To Wear FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE LINCOLN COUNTY BANK North Side Square "Helps AII Lincoln Countians" ROY CLINE MOTORS SALES - SERVICE DODGE- PLYMOUTH Dodge Job-Rated Trucks Telephones 831-832 FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE ROBERT ALDER, INC. GENERAL CONTRACTOR Phone 453 Fayetteville, Tennessee TOWRY FRUIT STORE "The finest in fresh fruits and vegetables" South Side ot Square TOWRY GIN CO. S. A. TOWRY 81 SONS Fayetteville, Tennessee "We Serve to Serve Again" James F. Becker, Jeweler Diamonds Watches Jewelry Silver Crystal China "Gifts for all occasions" ASKEW ELECTRIC CO. Authorized Dealer GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 200 S. Main Ave. Phone II6 Fayetteville, Tennessee ASH BY HARDWARE CO. HOT POINT APPLIANCES HARDWARE 8. M. M. MACHINERY Fayetteville, Tennessee THOMPSON - GROCE PROVISION COMPANY The Iasfe appeal of every meal" SUGAR VALLEY BRAND MEAT PRODUCTS FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE HIGGINS FUNERAL HOME EST. January I, IQOS Air-Conditioned Chapel Oxygen - Equipped Ambulance PHONE I4 PHILLIP HIGGINS FRED SOWELL - L. T. MCCORD -, , THE BORDEN FOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY Elsie says, "If if's Borden's if's got fo be good STONE RESTAURANT NEW - MODERN CURB SERVICE Fayeffeville, Tenness KRAFT FOODS CO. Fayefleville, Tennessee BAGLEY 81 BAGLEY INSURANCE K P Building PHONE 30 BIIIHAMIS IISSO SERVICE Sigh Phone 600 West End MARRS OLD TIME BARBEQUE RAY d RICHARD MARRS Complimenfs OI S I R ' S Compliments KUHN'S 5, 108125 STORES Eost Side Square Fayetteville, Tenne-55 H. PARSONS 8K SON Distributor of Gulf Oil Products Fayetteville, Tennesse Compliments Ot FARRAR CLEANERS ERLE HYDE COMPANY "Everything for the Home" MAYTAG FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES MACK HAMILTON BUILDERS SUPPLY Pl-ICDNE 323 South Main Ave. Ott to the tournamentdBilIy B. Smith, Don- Make Every Day Complete With nie Shelton, Blake Wilkerson. . , Compliments MILK of WRIGHT'S FLORIST 'k Fayetteville Milling J E R S I - G O L D C B I' Q n d ornpony D A I R Y P R O D U C T S FAULTLESS and WHITE ROLL FLOUR O. K. MEAL and FEED Fayetteville, Tennessee Phone 362 phone 969 Fayetteville, Tennessee SHELBYVILLE Anybody for a haircut? PURE MILK COMPANY Distributors of SEALTEST MILK ALBERT PACK Local Representative Phone 735-W FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE RAYMOND MOYERS AND CO. QUALITY - GROCERIES VEGETABLES - FRESH MEATS COMPLIMENTS OF TERRACE MOTEL AND RESTAURANT STONE BRIDGE MOTEL G19 FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESSEE BLUE RIDGE SHIRT MFG. Co., INC. FAYETTEVILLE, Makers of HIGH GRADE SPORT SHIRTS T HALCOMB OLDSMOBILE CO. SALES 8- SERVICE Phone - 538 200 West College St. ss' "1 s f ' MXN. "' ' WW. Mrs. Massey explains the Chamber ot Corn- FAYETTEVII-I-Ef TENNESSEE merce to: Geraldine, Alice, Bobby, Ben, and Billie Sue. Lincoln County Frozen LAD'N' LASSIE Food LOCICST' Infants thru Teens Phone 277 ALESE MOTLOW LOUISE H. BUCHANAN Fayetteville' Tennessee Phone: 428 Fayetteville, Tenn. MARY'S and ZELMA'S Shop For Infants, .IOSTEN'S Suppliers of Senior Rings, Pins, and Jewelry Local Representative BOB DICKEY Kelso, Tennessee Tots and Teens Fayetteville, Tennessee SYLER'S GROCERY PHONE IO6I Fayetteville, Tennessee gy Pxw-1: f i -Lf if E LEFTOVERS CAD Miss Reed ond home bound children. CBJ Jonice Sipes ond Billy Tucker. QCD Mdrtho Pofrick ond Adeie Barry. CDD Thurlo Hooper, Jimmy Stewart, George Mossey, ond Dickie Bolies. CED Christmas Porode. CFD Corn Judging, CGD Lunchroom scene. CHD Ann Romsey, Bdrboro Smith, Vernd Faye Redd, ond Emma Jecin Jennings. UD Lcirgemouih Boss ond friend. Y f X, x I 4


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