Madison High School - Ram Yearbook (Madison, TN)

 - Class of 1960

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Mlolq Lzggawgl 71127, 4?Q1f0 y 1 fiww-Zfig ,ff 1 or 4-4.154 ft' A 'mm ffm sift 5 , . I X v ' 1 5 r 3 5 i ' 4 i ,bb Q fl E M 5 , , ,JVV 'VVD.1.U" U , . 5 1 if T . , T- T, og E E T .' 'Q ' 1 . 0 U J ,T T ' Through These Halls V , A J 1' l ,VT , ' THROUGH THESE HALLOWED, j IV' HAUNTING, HAPPY HALLS We pass: 1, ll ' students, O teachers, gf ' ' f parents, ' l it f ll ' 'i guests, ,Q . . . mostly students. Qs I . THROUGH THESE HALLS we pass Q95 Z M I in fall, winter and finally spring: 1 29 1 those of us who endure it, 7 - f' f ' 4 those of us who are proud of it, ' x those of us who love it, , . - . . . someday we'll all -, look back upon it aj as the happiest time 'Q :SJ X Xxx of our lives. .-TX Qs V Q5 First we are uncertain f, ' X A I - , seventh graders, but as we ob 2iS1Zi2XiTl?,?EgWe ,X ' ,u 'Q' A until at last . . . T J ,Q T 'S-lj JA, T FROM THESE HALLS we piss into the future. ip Lf, -ELAINE COLEMAN , ly ,K P A3 ' 1 Q16 W,-.OL .4,Aa.,6V,lff1-of vff ffffhf Eb fa! VCA, Zi" ff ff W U11 lll XPVD? A wp? ?2p. Jumfk - 57 x Clubs j N X ""'-:iv I ,1 www ...A-i""' A QL, QNIIIIIH l I ,' I " -1 P f 1 , ' .,Q4 RX N X Si 1. 5 Q L i SEL? -:FX I"'1l X ----.. ,, . Dedication We, the Ram Staff of Mgidison High School, at last haivc :m opportunity to repay, in a small way, Mr. Wolery for his ceaseless service to this staff and his school. Yes, helll tcll you that it can not he clone, hut help do it. Yes, he'll say, "You are :asking too much," but then he will give it: his time, his uhility, his encouragcf ment, and his patience. MR. HERMAN DePRIEST Principal BS., M.T,S.C. M.A., Peabody College Through these halls not only pass a varied procession of pupils, but also our pedagoguesfour partners of the passport! To them, however, our progress is not simply revealed by one report, for we, the students, really represent to our teachers their faith in the future and the power of an unlimited potential. Facult EM? if' a Mill! f MRS. NELSON E. CHRISTIANSON, JR. Secretary 4 ms 13' 'f igimxilliwyw ' Q lx C u X RAQSKQ MNXLXLJ-Q' OXQNXKBKLWNXOX wp-M lixvw Di1QuXJ KTUNN kxkfl Lygvwu LOD C4 . CQAQLNQEJ in 9 E . ' 'Q vfffg lawn xy fa"-T - " X O HARVEY P. HERTENSTEIN Assistant Principal, B.A., Peabody College i 1- M,ii,,,, 394350 fl KW 07 G. in-if ALVIE ANDERSON B.S., M.T.S.C.g Economics, Core 9, juniof High Coach MILTON B. BARDEN B.S., Pfeiffer Collegeg Biology, Phyf sical Education JIMMY R. BLEVINS B.A., David Lipscomb Collegeg Eng- lish JAMES BRIDGEMAN B.A., Harding College, M.A., Pea body Collegeg Mathematics, Guid ance CHARLES S. BROWN B.A., Peabody Collegeg M.A., M.T. S.C.g Science Guidance CHARLES CARE B.S., M.T.S.C.g M.A., Peabody Col' legeg Physical Education, Assistant Coach U . I .vf I 1 ffm fl q , J . THOMAS LOUIE DAVIDSON B.S., M.T.S.C.g Science, Assistant Coach -JE. MRS. H. L. BRASWELL B.S., Peabody Collegeg Arithmetic Core 8 ffm! WILLIAM B. BRIMM B.S., Tennessee Techg M.A., Pea- body Colle eg Head Coach, Physical Education, guidance MRS. GEORGE CALLAHAN B.S., Murray State Teachers' Col- legeg Special Education Certiicae tion, Peabody Collegeg Special Edu' CGU011 JOHNNIE B. CORBITT B.S., Austin Peayg M.A., Peabody Collegeg Science HARRY L. DBLOSH B.S., Western Kentucky State Col' legeg English, Physical Education, Assistant Coach 9 JAMES F. DONNELLY B.A., Peabody Collegeg Chorus, General Music, Core 8 J. T. DENNIS B.S., M.T.S.C.g M.A., Peabody Collegeg Mathematics MRS. B. H. ELDRIDGE B.A., Vanderbiltg M.A., Peabody Collegeg Mathematics, Speech MISS EMMA JEAN FLOWERS B.S., Peabody College and Vander- bilt Universityg Geography, Core 7 ROBERT GRAVES B.S., Belmont Collegeg Geography, Mathematics, Core 7 10 PAUL DILLINGHAM B.A., David Lipscomb Collegeg His tm? DAVID H. DOUGLAS B.S., M.T.S.C.g English, Core 7 RAYMOND E. FALKENBERRY B.S., M.A., Peabody Collegeg Inclw trial Arts, Mechanical Drawing MRS. JOHN GEIST B.S., Peabody Collegeg Core 7, Guia ance MISS LOUISE HARGROVE B.S., Peabody Collegeg Home Ecc nomics,Core7 MRS. VINCENT HAUGE B.A., St. Olaf Collegeg M.S., Uni' versity of Coloradog Physical Educaf H071 MRS. VERNON JOHNSON B.S., Murray State Collegeg Business Education MISS JUNE KENNEDY B.A., M.A., Peabody Collegep Speech, Core 7 ifbbyf V A ff? OD' SIARLES KING B.S., Carson Newman Colle eg M A Peabod Colle e' Driver Edu' - -. Y E , cation, Assistant Coach WOW' MRS. FELIX KNIGHT B.S., University of Tennesseeg Busif ness Education 5 olev-I 'lazabxuf Agua!-U JL,-.fad o. B.A., Vanderbilt Universityg M.A., Peabody Collegeg Science 6' -- QLZJQ111- lv 00l,Dt1!Lf4xL- ZLQA' MI BARBA A KENNEDY B.A., Peabody Collegeg English, Core? 0 s .7""tJ J-,lrbt E,,.,-412, G. B. KIMBLE B.A., Peabody Collegeg Arithmetic Core 7 -.A46aM,,,75,4L 6a cl,,g.CLj44ol" 44,412.01-b""" Www? MISS NANCY KING B.S,, M.T.S.C.g English, Physica Education, Coach ,... f 'FAN xf -"" 4 2K7 QQ, .jf x 1g,-,-f'.,Q,, .XX-A-f Z ' 7:4 MRS. NELL M. LEE B.S., M.T.S.C.g M.A., Peabod Collegeg Business Education 1 MRS. WADE MILLER B.S., East Tennessee State Collegeg M.A., Peabody Collegeg English, Core 9 MISS CALLIE LILLIE OWEN B.A., M.T.S.C.g M.A., Peabody Collegeg Home Economics MRS. ELISABETH H. POLLARD 3.S., Peabody Collegeg Sociology, guidance MRS. CHARLES SAVERIO 3.A., Vanderbilt Universityg English . IL? MRS. H. C. SWIFT XB., Union Universityg English. .atm 2 .... In . , ll Q22 FLETCHER NORRIS B.A., Vanderbilt Universityg Maths' matics MISS SHIRLEY LOIS PHIPPS BA Vanderbilt Universityg Eng' 'YI K ir -5. i 'I -nw ti K s, , XJ . ' :En o .-395 E, ,,.,,... , 'HQ Q... . . ., hll' I ' . I ,lm l1sl1, Core 8 wi .. 'gg-1' "'. , f r-I' A if 1" 1 a- .Q-2,.ifz,i MRS. EARL RUSS A.B., M.T.S.C.g English. Core S MISS GAYLE SIPE B.A., Belmont Collegeg M.A., Van- derbilt Universityg Spanish SAMUEL MARTIN A.B., Trevecca College: Core 8 History L. KAY THOMPSON BA Peabod Colle eg Arithmetic, . ., y , g Core7 MRS, RONALD WEBB B.S., Peabody Collegeg Mathemancx MRS. ANNIE LAURIE WILEY A.B., Alabama Collegeg B.S. in L.S., Peabody Collegeg Libmnavi JAMES E. WRIGHT B.A., Western Kentucky State Col' Iegeg Core 8, Guidance MRS. PAUL STAMPLEY B.A., Dennison Universityg History, Core 8 3, JOHN T. WADE B.S., Peabody Collegeg Band JACK WHITE B.A., Peabody Collegeg Arithmetic Core 7 HOWARD E, WOLERY B.A., Peabody Collegeg Art JAMES E. WRIGHT B.S., Peabody CoIIegeg Science Assist' ant Coach MRS. JOE ZUCCARELLO B.S., Vanderbilt University and Pea' body Collegeg Geography, Core 8 13 Our halls are hulghg . . . AQS I , W U , YQMLMLUWWW U rlgm WM U building is growing once more . . . A-115 kwig f sl sw Q 'lr-vor Senior Uff'cers RICHARD BOUGHNER, Vice P1 idk tg MARGIE ADCOCK, Secvemryg TONY ADCCCK, Pvesid ! 5 YNDA COVINGTON, Treasurer. EARL RAYMOND ADAMS "I'rn not as bashful as I look." Camera Club-15 Auto Safety Clubf3, 4. ANTHONY GREEN ADCOCK "Three in one-a leader, an athlete, a cassanova , and he 15 good at all three." Honor Monitor-1, 2, 35 Footballel, 2, 3, 45 Basketballfl, 2, Archery Clubflg Vice Presidentflg Auto Safety Clubf25 Secretaryf2g Civitan Clubf3, 4g Secretaryf3g Presidentf45 Civitan Medalistf4g Captain, Footballf4g All' Cityf45 All AAf45 National Honor Society-3, 45 Presidentf4: Class Presif dentf3, 45 American Legion Boys Statef35 Student Councilf3, 4g Oiiice Workerf45 Best AllfAround Boy-4. MARGIE ANN ADCOCK "Thinking less of the gold or fame than the joy and the thnll ofthe game." Library Stafffl, 2, 3, 45 Sports Clubflg VicefPresident-15 Pep Clubf25 Homeroom Officer-15 Top Ten Scholasticallyf2, 35 Math' Contestf25 Basketball Intramuralsf2, 35 Class Secretaryf3, 45 Library Lassiesf3, 42 VicefPresidentf3, Presidentf45 Student Council-45 National Honor So' cietyf3, 45 Secretaryf4g Prom Committee-35 Senior YfTeens Clubf35 Civinette Clubf4, Annual Staffe3, 45 Students County Governmentf35 Best School Spiritf45 Student Typist-45 Library Committee-45 D. A. R. Medalistf4. ANNE GAYLE ALLEN "It's the song you sing and the smile you wear." Archery Clubflg Pep Club-25 Sr. YfTeen Club-35 Journalism Club-4g School Policy Committeef15 Student Councilf25 Chorusf2, 3, 45 OEicerf2, 3, 45 Letterf2,3, 45 AllfStata Chorus-2, 35 F. H. A. Reporterf25 Honor Societyf35 Student Librarianf2g Prom Committeef35 Top Ten Scholasf tically'35 Annual Stafff4g Club Editorf45 Paper Stafff4g F. H. A. Secref taryf4. MARTHA CAROL ANDERSON "Pretty is as pretty does, but it saves time to be good looking." junior YfTeensf15 Majorettefl, 2, 3, 45 Band-1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary-2g Sr. YfTeensf2, 35 jr. Red Cross Representative-35 Physical Education Clubf45 Best Lookingf4. BETTY JOAN ANGLEA "True virtue often lies in being quiet." jr. YfTeen Clubflg Honor Monitorfl, 2, 35 jr. Red Cross Representative' 15 Pep Clubf25 P. T. A. Representativef2, Science Clubf35 Secretary-3, Oihce Workerf45 Journalism Club'4. LYNDELL FAYE BAKER "lf silence is golden, she's 24 carat." Singing C1ubf15 Student Council Alternate-15 Sr. Chorus-25 jr. P. T. A. Representativef25 Archery Club-25 Physical Education Clubf35 Student Typistf45 Honor Monitorf45 journalism Clubf4. ALLEN EUGENE BARNETT "It's better to know nothing than what ain't sol" Rifle Clubfl, 2, 3, 45 VicefPresidentf35 Presidentf45 Rifle Teamf2, 3, 45 ggle Tournamentsf3, 45 Trackf25 Footballf35 Baseball-35 Managerf35 orusf4. RICHARD ALLEN BARRETT "He doesn't say 'much but he's always there." Archeryf25 Physical Education Clubf4. DELORES ANN BASKIN "A good disposition is as valuable as gold." jr. Y-Teensflg Sr. YfTeensf2, 35 Honor Monitorfl, 25 Student Council Alternateflg Sr. YfTeens Treasurer'25 Homeroom OfEcer'2, Prom Com- mitteef35 Civinette Club'45 OEce Workerf4. 16 CHARLES BATSON BATEY "just fnd a fence post I can't avgue with." Top Ten Scholastically-1, Traclvlg Pep Club'2, Baseball-2, 3, 4, Physical Education Club'3, Civitan Clubf4. SHIRLEY ELIZABETH BEAN "F1iendship is the bond of 1eason." DuPont High Schoolfl, 2, 3, Civinette Clubf4. CHESTER HARRISON BEATY "I hear all, see all, and know nothing." First Aid Clubflg President-1, Footballfl, 2, 4, Shutterbug Club'2, Presi- dent-2, Rifle Clubf3, 4, Rifle Team'3, 4, Trackf3, 4. WILLIAM GARY BEATY "just gwe me a radio and some equipment, and l'll be happy." Radio Clubfl, 2, Bandfl, 2, 3, 4, Letterfl, 2, 3, 4, Science Clubf3, Home' room OfIicer'3, Ramblersf4, AudiofVisual Aids Clubf4. LEMUEL GENE BOND "The deepest rivers flow with the least noise." Audio-Visual Aidsfl, 2, Archery Clubfl, 2, Automobile Safety Club'3, 4, Honor Monitor-4. A RICHARD T. BOUGHNER "lt's nothing an ultimate, 'run ofthe mill genius couldrft have done." Archery Club-1, Football-1, 2, 3, 4, Basketballel, 2, 3, 4, Baseballfl, 2, 3, 4, Manager-1, Top Ten Scholasticallyfl, 2, 3, District Winner Math Con' testfl, 3, Journalism Club'2, 3, Sports Editorf2, 3, Homeroom OEcerf2, Class OfEcerf4, Vice Presidentf4, National Honor Societyf3, 4, GSMT Winner'3, Annual Staff'3, 4, Sales Mgr.f3, 4, Essay Contest Winnerf3, Prom Committeef3, Civitan Clubf4, Student Council Representative'-R Most Athletic-4, National Essay Contest Winner'-1, Sportsmanship Award Winnerf4, Civitan Medalist Nomineef4. LLOYD EDWARD BOWLES "Wmk is work, and must be done, nevertheless, l'll have my fun." Rifle Clubfl, 2, Civitan Clubf3, 4, Student Council'1, 2, 3, 4, School Grounds and Building Chairman'3, 4, Homeroom President-1, 2, 3, Foot' ballfl, 2, 3, Trackfl, 2, 3, Audio Visual Aidsfl, 2, Vice President of Class-2, Social Committeef2, School Point System Chairman-2, Prom Committee-3. DAVID NOEL BROWN "Stop the nonsense, I 'm thinking." 4'H Club-1, 2, Archery Clubf3. 4: Honor Monitorf3. NANCY ELLEN BROWN "A smile is worth a million dollars and it doesn't cost a cent." Archery Clubfl, 2, Band-1, 2, Red Cross Representativef2, Letter Awards Committeef2, Physical Education Clubf3, P. T. A. Representative'3, Prom Committee-3, Civinette Club-4, Basketballfil, 4, Letterf4. JOHN EUGENE BUCKLIEW "Ready for anything, work or play." 4fH Club'1, Archery Club'2, Safety Club'3, Pep Clubf4. 17 410-fi '73 ' 4-2226 sifsff EARL HOUSTON BULLOCK "The boy with the million dollar personality." Homeroom Olhcerfl, 2, 33 junior HifY Club-13 Sports Club'23 Civitan Clubf43 jr. P. T. A. Representativeflg jr. Red Cross Representativef23 Chorus-2, 3, 43 Vice Presidentafig Presidentf43 AllfState Chorus'33 All' Star Chorusf33 Track-2, 3, 43 Second Place Winner, Talent Showf33 Swing Band'33 National Forensic Leaguef2, 3, 43 Footballf3, 43 Bookstore Worker' 33 Prom Comrnitteef33 Office Worker'43 Boys State Representative'43 Delegate to 23 Annual Conference of the National Association of Student Councilsf4: Student Councilf43 President-4g President Inter-high Student Councilf43 Most Talented Boyf43 Tenn. Student Council Convention-4. WILLIAM LARRY CALLIS " 'No' and 'Tes' cause long disputes." Rifle Clubf2, 43 Pep Club'3. MILDRED ALICE CAMMUSE "Good nature is worth more than gold." YfTeen Clubfl, 2, 33 jr. P. T. A. Representativefl, 2, 3, 43 Honor Monif torf33 Prom Committee-33 journalism ClUb'4Q Student Typistf43 Ram Page Stafff43 Circulation Managerf4. JAMES JEROME CARTER "A still tongue indicates a strong mind." Forensicf13 BfTeam Basketballfl, 2, 33 4fH Clubf2, 33 Secretary-33 Horne' room Ofllcer-2, 33 Prom Cornmittee'33 Student Council Representativef43 Civitan clUb'4Q Honor Monitor-43 Neatest Boy'4. MARY AGNES CARTER "Politeness goes far but cost nothing." Singing Club'13 HOK1CfOOm'1L Honor Monitorfl, 23 Honor Monitor Club- 23 Prom Comrnittee'33 Physical Education Clubf3, 4. WANDA FRANCES CARTER "A winning smile, a pleasing way." Singing Clubflg Arts and Crafts Clubf33 Prom Committeef33 Physical Education ClUb'4Q Student Typistf4. WANDA LARUE CARTER "She's a radiating force of good will." Archeryf13 Vice Presidentf13 Homeroom OECCf'lQ jr. Red Cross Repref sentative-13 Basketball Intramuralsfl, 2, 33 Champs'33 YfTeensf2, 33 Vice Presidentf23 Library Workerf2, 3, 43 National Honor Societyf3, 43 Prom Cornmitteef33 Library Lassies'3, 43 Alternate Student Council'-43 Color Guardf4: Civinette Clubf4. SANDRA LEA CARTWRIGHT "A smile for every girl and two for every boy." Cheerleaderf13 Archery Clubflg Top Ten Scholastically-1, 2, 33 Pep Clubf23 Vice Presidentf23 Class Secretary'23 Civinette Club-3, 43 Prom Committee-3g Student Council Representative-33 Honor Monitorf33 Honor Societyf3, 43 Treasurerf43 Point System Committeef33 Oice Worker-43 P. T. A. Representativef43 Homecoming Attendantf43 Annual Staff'43 Miscellaneous Eclitor'-13 Neatest Girlf4. LYDA RUTH CAUTHERN "The mildest manner, the gentlest heart." Archery Club-23 Latin Clubf33 journalism Club'4. LAKETA SUE CHANCE "Life is music if one be rightly in tune and in time." Singing Club-13 Chorusfl, 2, 43 Archery Club'23 Basketball Intramurals-2, 33 Physical Education Clubf3, 43 Prom Committee-3. 18 RONALD DOUGLAS CHANCE "Take good care of meg good men are scarce." Archery Clubfl, Basketball lntramuralfl, 2, Trackf2, 3, 4, Sports Clubf2, Footballffl, 4, Civitan Clubf3, 4, V. Presidentf4, Honor Monitorf3, 4, Prom Cornmitteef3g Annual Salesmanf4. IETTA EAYE CHISM "Girls are to be loved, not understood." Archery Clubflg Basketball Managerf2, Homeroom OHicerf2, 3, Pep Clubf2, Annual Stafff2, 3, Ma1orettef3, 45 Letterf3, 43 Civiriette Clubf3, 4, V. Pres.f4, Honor Monitorf3, 4, Student Council Memberf4, Chorusf4g Prom Committee-3. PATSY RUTH CHUMNEY 'Alt is the friendly heart that has plenty of friends." Physical Education Clubfl, 2, 4, Student Council Representativefl, 3, Honor Monitorfl, 2, Homeroom Officer-1, 3, P. T. A. Representative Calt.lf2, Office Workerf4. GLORIA GWENDOLYN COLLINS "A happy heart, a temper bright." Monterey Union Highfl, 2, Honor Monitorf3, Annual Staff Typistf3, Physical Education Clubf4, Teacher's Typistf4. LARRY RICHARD COMPTON "Laugh and the room laughs with you." Archery-1, Homeroom Ofhcerfl, 2g junior Red Cross Rep.f1, 4, Football' lg AudiofVisual Aidsfl, 2, Automobile Safety Club-2, Civitan Clubf3, Honor Monitor-3, Prom Committeef3, Physical Education Club f4,0fIice Workerf4, Annual Salesman. CHARLES FREEMAN COOP "I hate nobody, I'm in sympathy with the world," Shutterfliug Club-2, Auto Safety Club-3, Secretaryf3, Outdoor Clubf4, V. Pres.f4. JAMES RANSOM COOP "Let us do what honor demands." Audio-Visuals-1, 2, 3, 4, Captainf2, 3, Senior Advisorf4, Shutterbug Club' I, 2, Trackf3, 4, Rifle Club-3, 4, Rifle Teamf3, 4, Prom Committeef3. LYNDA ROSALITA COVINGTON "Sweet, sincere, cute, and wise." junior YfTeens Clubfl, 2, Student Council Representativefl 4, Welfare Committeef2g TopfTen Scholasticallyf2, 3, junior Red Cross Rep.f3, National Honor Society-3, 4g Chorusf3, Letterf3g Honor Monitorf4, "Girl Most Likely to Succeed'-1, Civinette Clubf4, Homecoming Atten- dant'4. LINDA LOUISE COX "Kind hearts are more than coronetsf' Band-1, 2, 4, Color Guardf4, Archery Clubflg P. T. A. Representativeflg Library Staff-1, 2, Prom Committeef3g Civinette Clubf4, JUDITH LYNN CRABTREE "Wrinlqles will merely mdicate where smiles have been." Bandflg jr. YfTeenf1, jr. P. T. A.-1, Honor Monitorf2, F. H. A.f2g Chorusf3, 4, Letterf3, Officer'-4, All State Chorusf4g Phy. Ed. Clubf3g Student Council, fAlt.lf3g Basketball Intramuralsf3, Civinette Clubf4. 19 MARGARET ELIZABETH CRAWFORD "If boys are bad for girls, I've been misled." Homeroom Oiiicerflg jr. YfTeens ClUb'IQ Sr. Y'Teensf2, 33 Majorettef2, 3, 43 Student Council Representativef33 Treasurer of Classf33 Prom Com' mitteef33 Band, Letterf3, 4. SANDRA BILLINGSLEY CRAWFORD "I loved, I conquered, I married." YfTeensf1, 23 Prom Cornmitteef3. LLOYD RONALD CUFF "To know how to hide o'ne's ability is a great skill." 4fH Clubflg YfTeens ClUb'2Q Pep Clubf3, 4. DON RAYMOND DAVIS "To hurry and worry is not my need." Shutter Bug Clubflg Safety ClUb'3Q Pep Club'4. ANNE MAREECE DEAN "Big oaks from little acorns grow." Homeroom Oi'licer'13 Honor Monitorelg F. H. A. ClUb'IQ Chorusf2, 3, 4L Physical Education ClUb'2Q YfTeen Clubf33 Prom C0mmiCC68'3L Annual Staiff43 jr. P. T. A. Representativef43 Journalism ClUb'4Q Chorus Oihcerf 43 Paper Stafff43 Senior Class Editorf43 Assistant Artistf4. EUGENIA GAYLE DENNEY "Her motto sets a simple test, Always strive to do the best, then the Lord will do the rest." Bookstore Workerfl, 2, 33 F. H. A. Clubelg Top Ten Scholastically-1, 23 Forensic Clubf2, 3, 43 Vice President'33 Presidentf43 Student Council Alternate-1, 33 Homeroom Officer-2, 43 National Forensic League'2, 3. 43 Basketball Intramura.ls'2, 33 National Honor Society'3, 43 Debate 'Team-3, 43 Prom Committeef33 Annual Stalff43 Office Workerf43 D. A. R. Medal' ist Nominee. MORRIS CORDELL DENSON "Early to bed, early to rise, and you miss the best part of the day." AudiofVisual Aid Clubflg Folk Music Clubflg Football'1, 2, 33 Archery ClUD'2Q Student Council Representative-23 Physical Education Club'3, 43 Prom Committeef3. WANDA KAY DePRIES'I' "With a twinkle in her eye, and a scheme in her mind." Litton High Schoolflg Chorus'2, 3, 43 Student Council Representativef2, 33 F. H. A. Clubf23 Basketball Intramuralsf2, 33 journalism Club 3, 43 Society Editorf3, President'43 Prom Committeef33 Ram Page Staff-43 Assistant Editorf43 Annual Staff Typistf4. TERRY LEE DILLION "Not afraid of work, just riot in sympathy with it." Archery Clubfl, 23 Vice Presidentf23 Physical Education Club-3, 4. MARY VIRGINIA DODD "She was born talking and hasrft had a relapse yet." PhYSiC31 EdUCafi0H Clubfl, 2, 3, 4: Honor Monitorfl, 2, 43 Varsity Basketbal1f2, 43 jr. Red Cross Representativef33 Chorusf43 jr. P. T. A. Representativef4. 20 ELLEN HARRIETT DOOCHIN "She lives a life of joy and fun, a loyal friend to everyonel" Class Ofhcerflg Archery Clubflg jr. High Cheerleaderflg Captaindg Pep Club-2, Sr. Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captainf4g Civinette Club'3, 4g Presidentf4g Top Ten SchoIasticaIlyf3g Honor Societyf3, 4, junior Red Crossf3g Honor Monitor'3g Prom Committeef3g Volunteer GirI's Statef3g Social Committeef4g Student CounciIf4g Sec.-Treas.f4g BestfAllfAround Girlf4g Office Workerf4. DIANE GAY DUNN "lt'.r nice to be natural, when you're naturally n1ce." YfTeens Club-1, 2, 3g Student Council Rep. Alt.f2g Prom Committeef3, Homeroom OfHcerf3g Civinette Club'-tg Student Typistf4. DONALD RAY DUNN "Men who can be relied upon are always in demand." jr. Hi Y Clubflg Sports CIubf2, Boy's and Girl's County Governmentf3g Civitan CIub'4g Honor Monitor'-1. BARBARA LUCILLE EASTON "With the sweet reserve of a lady." South Side Jr. Highflg Future Homemakers of Americaf2g jr. Degreef2g P. T. A. Rep.-2, Pep CIubf2, 3, Red Cross Rep.f3g National Honor Society-3, 4g Office Workerf44 Civinette CIubf4. GLENDA JEAN ECHOLS "Happy am I, from care I'm free." Homeroom Officer-lg Honor Monitorfl, 2, 4, jr. YfTeens-1, Sr. YfTeensf2, Library Worker'1g Red Cross Rep.-1, 2, Pep Clubffag Phy. Ed. CIubf4. ALVA THOMAS EDWARDS i'Life is short, death at hand, l'll enjoy it while Icanf' Bowling Green Highfl, 2, 3, Physical Education CIub'4. fY"9fi!1iS f. W.. ire f. ,sz , M X li if 'C 5 1 lasik I ' l 2. P S1515 DAVID EARL EIDSON 'iSilence never betrays you." Archeryd, 2, 3. 4, Vice Presidentfli. ROSEN JAMES ELLISON "A modest man talks never of himself." ' .sg it l . Audio-Visual Aidfl, 2, Footballflg Rifle CIubf2g Pep Club'3g Rifle Clubf4. jg. GERALDINE MARIE FARRIS "Do not try to solve anything-time will." junior Y'Teensf1g Sr. Y-Teensf2g Honor Monitorfl, 2, 35 Phys. Ed. Club- 3, 4. LINDA LEE FARRIS "I can resist everything, but temptation." Honor Monitorfl, 2, 35 Library Stafffl, Singing Clubflg Charm Club-2, P. E. Clubf3, 45 Chorusf4g junior P. T. A. Rep.-3. 21 5 BARBARA JEAN FERRELL "Pleasant in disposition, and well liked by all." Indianael, 2, 35 Physical Education Clubf4. CAROL BUCY FOREHAND 'sShe has caught a man, what woman could.ask fo-r mme?" Carthageflg Homeroom OHicerf2g Home Economics Clubf2g YfTeens Clubf3g Honor Monitorflig Prom Committeef3. CHARLES LEE FOSTER 'Stop, look, listen-then shoot!" Audio-Visual Aids Clubflg Radio Club-25 Rifle Clubf3g Physical Educaf tion Clubf4. EDWARD NORRIS FRAZIER "Some people possess a perfect genius fm doing nothing." Physical Education Clubfl, 2, 3, 45 Chorusf2g Prom Committeef3g Audio- Visual Aids'4. PEGGY ANN FUSON "Her silence signifies deepest thought." Home Economics Clubfl, 2, 3g Civinette Club'4g Honor Monitor'4. HELEN ROSE C-ENTRY ' "A quiet tongue shows a wise head." 4fH Clubflg F. H. A. Club-25 Physical Education Clubf3g Prom Commit' tee'3g Latin Clubf4g Quietest Girlf4. CAROL LEE GIESSER "She softly speaks and sweetly sn-tiles." Mississinewa High Schoolfl, 23 Pep Clubf3g Physical Education ClUb'41 F. H. A145 Honor Monitor-4. CAROLYN PARKS GIST "In the race of life, she'll never be left behind." Litton High Schoolfl, 2g journalism Clubf3, 43 Vice Presidentf4g Sr. Class Editor'4g Publicity Chairman'3g Ram Page Staffffl, 45 Chorusf3, 43 Letterf3g Teacher's Secretary'4. MICHAEL WAYNE GOINS "School is one mental confusion." AudiofVisual Aidsfl, 23 Boy's Hobby Clubflg Archery Club-2g Auto Safety Clubf3, 4g Presi:entf4. MARY LUCRETIA GRAY "She veminds you of champagne, always bubbling over." Archery Clubflg Library Workerflg Pep Club-2g Civinette C1ubf3, 4g Honor Monitorf2g Prom Committeefllg Basketball Intramuralsf3g National Essay Contest Winnerflig Office Workerf4g Annual Staiff4. 22 MILDRED ANN GREGORY "Her own true mvtue commends itself." Senior Chorus-1, 2, 33 F. H. A. Clubf13 Honor Monitord, 43 Artjnd Crafts Club-2, 43 Physical Education Clubf3, JAMES ALBERT GRIFFITH "His mischievious nature will always be found in the midst of things." AudiofVisual Aids Clubfl, 2, 3, 43 Archery CIUb'IL Physical Education Clubf2, 33 Red Cross Representative'13 Homeroom Officer-3, 43 Annual Staif'4. WILLIAM LEE GRISARD "Always jolly and quite careffee. Life may be dull but never he." Archery Club'13 AudiofVisual Aid Clubfl, 23 Exports Club'23 Auto Safety ClUb'3Q Prom Committeef33 Pep Clubf4g O ce Workerf4. SONYA ELIZABETH HALL "A quiet tongue bespeaks a busy mind." journalism Clubfl, 23 Vice'President-23 Ram Stalffl, 2, 43 Ram Page Stafff2, Feature Editorf23 Bookstore WOfkEf'1Q Basketball Intramurals-1, 33 Pep ClUb'3Q Red Cross Representativef23 P. T. A. Representative'33 Physical Educational Clubf4. DALE REY HAMILTON "Well-timed silence hath more eloquence than speech." FourfH Clubf13 Archery Club'2, 3g Safety Patrolfl, 23 Auto Safety Club-4. FRANCES LOUISE HARRIS "Wit and humor have theif part of Jr. YfTeens ClUb'IQ Pep Clubf23 Honor Monitor-2, 43 Library WOfkCf'2Q Physical Education ClUb'3Q Civinette Clubf43 Prom Committeef3. l'hGl'L is Vx-bfi m5 Nvwdv Lek.. Qu-h-1.1 Bobs eoef-qh-was Que qu-4. F.i..NX ROBERT RAY HEAD "Behold-a true gentleman." jr. JifY Clubfl, Secretary, Homeroom Presidentf13 Annual Stalfflg Foot' ball-1, 2, 3, 43 Auto Safety CIUb'2Q Student Council-2, 3, 43 Honor Monif tor-2, 33 Class Vice Presidentf23 Trackf23 Basketballf23 Civitan Club'33 Prom Committeef33 Physical Education Clubf4, President3 Most Depend' able Boy-43 Ofice Worker-4. LINDA CAROLE HESSON "Politeness is the flower of humanity." jr. Chorus'13 YfTeens Clubfl, 23 Sr. Chorusf2, 3, 43 Letterf2, 3, 4: OfBcerf 3, 43 Basketball Intramuralsf23 Prom Committee-33 Physical Education Clubf3, 4. JERRY MILLER HIGHERS "Girls ave always running through his head, they dare not walk." Warren County High School-13 Auto Safety ClUb'2Q Swing Band'33 Pep Clubf4. JIMMIE CARLON HILL "He neuev has much to say, he just wovlqs and goes on his way." Shutterbug Club-13 Basketball Intramuralsfl, 23 Physical Education Club- 23 Trackf23 Auto Safety Club'3, Vice Presidentg Prom Committeef33 Coin Collectors Clubf4. 23 -Q? MARILYN HILL "Why frown when it is much more pleasing to smile." Student Council-15 Bookstore Workerf15 journalism Club-1, 3, 45 West End Highf25 Honor Monitorf35 Prom Committeef35 Ram Page Stafff45 Editorf45 Color Guardf45 Letterf4. MARILYN HINES "Where'ere she met a stranger, she left a friend." Archery Clubflg Bookstore Workerf15 Basketball Intramuralsfl, 2- F. H. A. Clubf25 OHicerf25 F. H. A. All State Chorusf25 Senior Chorusf2: Letterf25 Prom Committeef35 Varsity Basketball Manager'3, 45 Letter-3, 45 Senior YfTeenf35 Civinette Club'45 Oflice Workerf45 Friendliest Girlf4. SHIRLEY ANN HOLT "A combination of ability, determination, and willingness." Litton Highfl, 25 YfTeensf35 Homeroom Officerf35 Basketball Intramurals- 35 National Honor Societyf3, 45 Home Economics Clubf35 OfHcer'35 Civinette Clubf45 Most Dependable Girlf4. FRED JAMES HOOBERRY "When work and play collide, seelq play and fling work aside." David Lipscombfl, 25 Latin Club-35 Spanish Clubf45 P. T. A. Representa' tive. LONNIE LLOYD HOY uHe's full of pep, this clever lad, never gloomy, never sad." Rifle Clubf2, 3, 45 Rifle Team 3, 45 Honor Monitor-3, 45 Footballf3, 45 Senior Chorusf45 Most Courteous Boyf4. CAROL DIANE HUFFINE "Life, liberty, and the pursuit of men!" Archeryal, 25 V. Pres.f15 Pres.f25 jr. Hi. Cheerleaderf15 Co Captain-15 Honor Monitorfl, 2, 3, 45 Student Council Alt.f1, 25 Top Ten Scholasf tically-25 Cheerleaderf2, 3, 45 Civinette Clubf3, 45 CofCaptain of Cheer' leadersf45 Honor Societyffi, 45 P. T. A. Rep.f35 Prom Committeef35 Miss Madison Highf4. CARL GROGORY HYDE "Never an idle moment." Archery Clubf15 Football-15 Rifle Clubf2, 3, 45 Rifle Teamf3, 4. JUDITH GAYLE KEMP "just as I imagined it would be-soft breeze, tropical moon, romantic music, and no men." Physical Education Clubfl, 2, 35 Oicerf25 Home Economics Club-35 Officerf35 Civinette Clubf45 Honor Monitorf4. JAMES RUSSELL KENNEDY "Nature made him what he is and could have never have made him better.' Automobile Mechanicf15 Aviation-35 Automobile Safetyf4. BOBBY WAYNE KIMBRO "If you hear a laugh and see a grin, you can be sure that he has come in." Hobby Clubf15 Presidentf15 Sports Club-25 Physical Education Clubf3, 45 Honor Monitor-4. 24 ADRIAN STEPHEN KORNMAN "Men of few words are the best men," Foothallfl, 29 Sports Cluh-19 Physical Education Clubf2, Archery Cluhf49 Office Workerf49 Quietest Boyf4, LARRY C. LAYNE l'One cannot always be a hero, but one can pretend." jr. Hi-Y Clubflg Footballfl, 2, 39 Shutter Bug Clubf29 jr. Red Cross Representativef29 Rifle Cluhf39 Physical Education Clubf4, SALLY ETTA LOCKE "Meet her, know her, and you will never forget her," Physical Education Clubfl, 2, 3, 49 Secretaryf49 Majorette-2, 3, 49 Cap' tainf4g Prom Committeef39 Bandf2, 3. 43 Secretaryf4Q Student Council Representativef4g Honor Monitorf4, Most Popular Girl-4. JOE LYNN LQOPER "Enjoy life ere 1ts fled, when you die, you're a long tzrne dead." Central High School, Fayetteville, Tennessee-1. 2, 39 Civitan Clubf4. ELIZABETH EARLENE MCCORD "Her virtues are many, hor faults are few." YfTeen Clubflg Bandfl, 29 Archery Cluhf2, JAMES CLEVELAND McPHERSON "Cheerj'ulness is a sure way to happiness." Waverly Belmont High Schoolflg Automobile Safety Club'29 Bandf2, 3 Swing Band'39 Pep Cluhf4. CAROLYN LANE MARLIN "When in doubt giggle." jr. YfTeen Cluhflg President-19 Chorusfl, 49 Homeroom Cfficerflg Basket' ball Intramurals'1, 29 Sr. YfTeen Clubf2, 39 Vice President-39 Alternate Student Council Representativef39 Basketballf3, 49 Prom Committeef39 Top Ten Scholasticallyf39 National Honor Societyf3, 49 Civinette Clubf4g jr, Red Cross Representativef49 Wittiest Girlf4. BARBARA SUE MARSH "Twelve years of school and whom has it got me?" Cheerleaderflg Letterflg Physical Education Clubflg Pep Clubf29 Honor Monitor-2, jr. Red Cross Representative'2, 49 Prom Committeef39 Basketball Intramuralsf39 Jr. P, T. A. Representativef39 Civinette Clubf3, 49 Activity Chairmanf4, Office WOfkCf'4Q Student Typistf4. RAY JACKSON MARTIN, -IR. "lt's not what you do--'it's what you get away with." Folk Music ClUb'IQ Visual Aids-19 Football-1, 3, 4, Fountain High School' 29 Physical Education ClUb'4Q Vice Presidentf49 Office Workerf4. SARAH JEANNINE MENEES "Wah her smiling eyes and pleasing grin. what a pleasure knowing her has been." YfTeen Cluhrl, 2, 39 Vice Presidentflg Honor Monitorfl, 2, 49 Top Ten Scholasticallyfl, 39 Annual Stafff3, 49 Assistant Eclitorf39 Business Mana' gerf4g Honor Society-3, 49 Civinette Clubf49 Prom Committeef3. yi REID MONTGOMERY "An easy going kind of boy." Shatterbug Clubflg Archery Clubf2. LESLIE LEON MOORE "Work has killed many a person, why die?" Footballfl, 2, 35 Basketballflg HifY Clubfl, 25 Vice Presidentf15 President' 25 Honor Monitorflg Physical Education Clubf35 Pep Clubf4. MARGARET ELIZABETH MORRISON "Give me a pure heart, a true heart, and a sweet heart." Charm Clubflg Physical Education C1ubf2, 5, 45 Honor Monitorf3. CARL DAVID MURPHY "If studying is a sin, I'ml Heavenfboundf' jr. HifYf15 Footballflg Audio Visual Aidsfl, 2, 35 Physical Education Clubf2, 3, 4: Student Council Representativef2. MARY KATHERINE NENNO "The gift of song will carry her far." Honor Monitorflg Archery Clubf15 Homeroom Oflicerflg Student Counf cil, Alternateflg Physical Education Club-25 Sr. YfTeens Clubf35 Civinette Clubf45 Sr. Chorusf2, 3, 45 AllfState Chorus'2, 35 All'Star Chorusf35 Sec.f Treas., Sr. Chorus-4. JUNE LOUISE ODOM "There is nobility in the world of manners." Honor Monitorfl, 2, 35 jr. Red Cross Representativeflg jr. YfTeens Clubf15 Jr. P. T. A. Representativef35 Civinette Clubf4, Treasurerf4g Prom Committeef3. GERALDINE PERRY "My size cannot lessen my personality." Baxter Serninaryfl, 25 Physical Education Clubf3g Honor Monitorf45 Homeroom OfHcerf45 Prom Committeef35 Civinette Clubf4. GERALINE PERRY "There are enough serious people in the world without including me." Baxter Seminaryfl, 25 Physical Education Clubf35 Basketball Intramurals' 35 Civinette Clubf45 Cheerleaderf4. JANITH PAYE PRESLEY "A quiet showing, her friends say she's well worth knowing." Physical Education Clubflg Archery Club-25 F. H. A. Clubf3, 45 Ref porterf45 Honor Monitor-4. RONALD COOPER QUALLS 'LI shall awake one morning and find myself famous." 4fH Club-15 Archery Clu bf25 Rifle Clubf3, 45 Football-1, 2, 3. 26 SYLVIA QUALLS "Hn heart is like the moon, evev changing-but always with a man in it." Student Councilfl, 2, 3,Alt.f3g Honor Monitorfl, 2, 3, Homeroom Ofhcer- 19 Archery Clubflg Orhcer-1, Bookstore Workerflg junior YfTeensf2, Annual Staff-2, 4g Prom Committeef3g Chairmanf3g College Prep. Clubf3g Chorus-4, journalism Clubf4g Ram Page Stalff4g Publicity Editor-4. JOE ANTHONY RAGSDALE "Be silent, or better than silent." Radio Clubflg Archery'2g Auto Safetyf3, 4. BETTY LOU REID "It mattevs not how long we live, but how." Macon County High School-Ig Future Homemaker's Club-2, Latin Club' 3, 4: Vice Presidentf4q Prom Committee-3, Teacher's Secretary. JOHN THOMAS RICE "I'm just as happy as if I had good sense." Archery Clubflg Physical Education Clubf2g Football-2, 3, 4, Pep Club' 3, 4. WANDA CAROLYN RICHARDSON "Speech is the gift of all and the thought of few." Arts and Craftsflg Honor Monitorfl, 43 Chorus-23 Letterf2g Culinary Winner-2, Latin Clubf3g Forensic Clubf4. GLENNA FAYE ROBERTS "Music is well said to be the speech of angels." Arts and Craftsflg Jr. Chorus-lg Accompanistflg Talent Showfl, 2, 3, 4: Third Place Winnerf2, 3, Music Club'2, Student Council Representative CAlt.jf2g Homeroom OfIicerf2g Senior Chorusf2, 3, 4, Accompanistf2, 43 Asst. Accompanistf3g Letterf2, 3, 4, Latin Clubf3g OfIicerf3g Honor Societyf3, 4, Annual Staff-3, 45 Civinette Clubf4g Red Cross Representa- tivef4g Student Typist'41 Most Talented Girlf4. MARY CATHERINE ROCHE "Dependable, joyous, fair of face, a girl who nts in any place." junior Y-Teens-1, Bookstore Workerflg Honor Monitorfl, 2, 3, Archery Clubf2g jr. P. T. A.-2, 3, Civinette Clubf3, 4, Prom Committeef3g Jr. Red Crossf4g Homecoming Queenf4g Most Athleticf4g Basketballfl, 2, 3, 4g Letterf3, 4. GLENN EDWARD SANDERS "Talk to him of jacolfs ladder, and he would ask the number of steps." Camera Cluhfl, 2, Aviation Club-33 Automobile Safety Clubf4g Sec.- Treas.-4. ' JOHN WILLIAM SANDERS "He was caught hook, line, and sinkerf' Class Ofhcerflg President-13 Trackfl, 2, Homeroom Officer-1, 23 Student Council Representative'2, 3, Footballf2g Basketballf2g Sports Clubf2g President'2g Prom Committee'3g journalism Clubf3g Ram-Page Staff'3g Sports Editor E? Photographed. NANCY SUE SHERMAN "She's little, she's gay, she's tenor-I say." Homeroom Ofiicerflg Pep Clubflg Archery Clubfl, 24 Secretaryflg Band' 1 2 3 4' Librar Workerfl 2 3 4' r. Red Cross Re resentative-1 . . , . y , , , , I p a jr. P. T. A. Rep.f2, 3, 4g Physical Education Clubf3g Prom Comrnitteef3g Civinette Club-41 Most Mischevious-43 Library Lassies-4g Uniform Superintendentf4. 'T 41,4 X 49' K 1295 X A Us SARA LUCRETIA SHERMAN "A rare compound of oddity, dignity, and frolicf' Library Stafffl, 2, 3, 45 Library Lassiesf2, 3, 45 Archery Clubf25 Annual Stafff3, 43 Bulletin Board Committeef45 Civinette Clubf4. JUDY KAY SILVERS "Arguing is the delight of my life." Archery Clubf15 Honor Monitorf15 Cumberland County High School'25 Forensic Clubf3, 45 Letterf3, 45 Bookstore Workerf35 Debate Team13, 45 National Honor Societyf3, 45 National Forensic Leaguef3, 45 Basketball Intramurals'35 Office Workerf45 Ram Stafff45 Editorf45 National Essay Winner-45 Teacher's Secretaryf45 Students' County Governn'ientf3. LUKE LEA SMITH "Give me leave to speak my mind." Archery Clubf15 Top Ten Scholasticallyfl, 2, 35 Basketballfl, 2, 3, 45 Physical Education Clubf2, 35 Trackf25 Managerf25 National Honor Society'3, 45 Football-3, 45 Letterf3, 45 Latin Honor Awardf35 Prom Committee'35 Social Comrnitteef35 Most Likely to Succeed'45 Homeroom Oiicerf45 National Merit Scholarship Semi6nalistf4. MARY ANNETTE SMITH "Her voice is soft and pleasant to hear." YfTeen Clubflg Archery Clubf2, 45 Library Workerf25 Library Lassies'2 35 Prom Committee-35 TeenfAge Book Club'35 F. H. A. Clubf4. s STEVE SMITH "1 would argue with a sign post and then take the wrong way." Top Ten Scholastically-1, 25 Basketfballfl, 2, 3, 45 Sports Clubf25 Baseball' 2, 3, 45 Physical Education Clubf35 Prom Committee'35 Rifle Club-4' Sec.fTreas.f45 Rifle Teamf45 Most Mischievousf45 Honor Monitorf4. DON SPEIGHT "just being alive is fun." 4fH Clubfl, 25 Secretaryf15 Civitan Clubf3, 4. GARY DAN STINSON "A friendly fellow, musically inclined, a nicer guy you'll neuer find." Archery Club'l5 Bandfl, 2, 3, 45 Letterfl, 2, 3, 45 Vice-Presidentf35 Presidentf45 Drum Majorf45 Rifle Club-25 All'Star Band-25 Ramblers-3, 45 President-3, 45 Prom Committee'35 Talent Showf3g Second Place-3. JAMES KENNETH STINSON 'Tm not bashful, I just give others a chance." Archery Clubfl, 25 Physical Education Clubf45 Prom Committee-3. THOMAS R. STREET "A friendly likeable fellow always ready to lend a helping hand." Student Council Representative'15 Footballfl, 25 Bandfl, 25 jr. HifY'15 Shutierbug Clubf25 Secretary'25 Swing Bandf35 Civitan Club'45 Oiice Wor er-4. DONNA GAIL TAYLOR "She has two eyes of soft brown-beware!" Student Council Representativeflg jr. Y-Teen Club-15 Sr. YfTeen Club' 2, 35 Civinette Clubf45 P. T. A. Representative-25 Library Worker'15 Basketball Intramuralsflg Honor Monitorf35 Prom Commiteef35 Office Workerf4. 28 HOLLIS STEVE TIDWELL "I may not be Clark Cable, but I have a good start." Whitehaven High Schoolflg Student Council-2, 35 Vice President of Class- 35 Shutterbug Clubf25 Vice Presidentf25 Civitan Clubf3, 45 Footballf2, 3, 45 Baseballf2, 3, 45 American Legion Boys Statef35 Navy Buddy Cruisef35 Annual Stafff3, 45 Assistant Business Manager-35 Sports Editorf45 Chorus' 45 Vice Presidentf45 National Honor Societyf3, 45 Top Ten Scholasticallyf 25 Ofhce Worker-45 Friendlinest Boyf4. RAYMOND LEE UNDERHILL "Speech is great but silence is greater." Rifle Clubfl, 2, 3, 4, JERRY WALLACE VANDERCOOK "Why take life seriously? We never get out alive anyway," HighfY Cluhf15 Footballfl, 2, 3, 45 Letterf3, 45 Physical Education Clubf35 Pep Club'-45 President-45 Best Looking Boy-4. RONALD VAN GOOR "Who knows him knows a friend." Fairlawn High Schoolfl. 25 Audio Viual Aidsf3, 45 Presidentf4. GLENDA ANN VAUGHAN "A shy face is better than a forward heart." FourfH-15 Arts and Craftsf25 TeenfAge Book Clubf35 F. H. A.-45 Honor Monitorf4, ELLA CLAIRE WATTS "Give your tongue more holidays than your head." jr. YfTeens-15 Presidentf15 jr. High Basketballf15 Letterf15 Chorusfl, 25 Bookstoreflg Basketball Intramurals-1, 25 Honor Monitorf2, 45 P. T. A. Representativef25 Pep Clubf35 Prom Committeef35 Annual Stafff45 jr. Red Cross Representativef45 Teacher's Secretary145 Student Typist'45 Civinette Club-4. JERRY MARKER WILKES "His a guy, He's cute to see, and just as nice as he can be." X Footballfl, 35 jr. HifY-15 jr. Chorus-15 BfTeam Basketball Managerf25r Letterf25 Archery Club-25 Vice Presidentf25 Sr. Chorusf25 Varsityl Basketball Managerf35 Letterf35 Prom Committeef35 Honor Monitorf35 ' Civitan Clubf3, 45 Sec.fTreas.-45 Office Workerf45 Best School SpiritfBoyf4. PAT WILLIAMS "l'm on the brink of success Will somebody please push me off?" Homeroom Ofhcerf15 Rifle Clubf2, 3, 45 Presidentf35 Vice Presidentf45 Rifle Teamf2, 3, 45 Captainf45 President of Class-25 Football Manager-2, 3, 45 Basketball Manager'25 Vice President of Student Councilf35 National Honor Societyf3, 45 Vice Presidentf45 Assembly Committef35 Officer Workerf35 Prom Committeef35 Honor Monitorf45 Most Popular Boy-4. PATRICIA ANN WINKLER "A likeable girl with a likeable way," Physical Education Cluhfl, 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. Clubf2. MAYNARD WINFIELD WORD "I'm getting nowhere fast," Football-1, 2, 35 jr. Red Cross Representativef15 Hi-Y Club 15 jr. P. T. A. Representativef25 Basketball Intramurals125 Hobby Clubf25 Prom Com' mittee'35 Pep Clubf4. 29 X GERALD WAYNE WRAY L'How fluently nonsense trips for his tongue!" AudiofVisual Aidsfl, 2, Red Cross Representativeflg Annual Staffflg Basketball lntramurals'2, Homeroom Officer-3, Prom Committeef3g Pep . Clubf4g Homecoming Committeef4. JOHNNY ROBERT WRIGHT, JR. "He is as fresh as a clay in May." Footballfl, 2, 3, Baseballfl, 2, 3, 45 Letter-2, 3, 45 Basketballfl, 2, 3, 4: Letterf2, 3, 4, Physical Education Clubfl, 2, Homeroom Oificerel, 2, 3, 43 Honor Monitor'2, 3, Talent Show Committeeffag Prom Committeeffig Student Council Alternatef2, 3, Civitan Club-3, Pep Clubf4, Homecoming Committeef4, GaptainfBasketballf4. JUDITH ANN YANDLE "With smiles, with speech, with her winning way, she whiles the little boys' time away." Journalism Clubflg Pep Club'2g Presidentfilg Honor Monitorf2, 4g Home- room OHicerf2, 3, Civinette Club-3, 45 Prom Committeef3, Cheerleaderf4. BILLY HUDSON YOUNG "He's little, but he's loud, he's happiest when he's in a crowd Cof girlsjf' Singing Club-1, Intramurals Basketballfl, 2, 3, 49 Red Cross Representaf tivefl, 2, Physical Education Clubf2, 3, 4. JAMES CALVIN YOUNG "Everything will come if mari will only wait." Archery Clubfl, 2, Folk Music Club13g Industrial Artsf4. CAROLE ELAINE YOUNGBLOOD "A future 'Mrs. Homemaker of Americaf " Archery Clubflg F. H. A. Clubf2, 3, 4, Treasurerf3g Historian-4, Top Ten Scholasticallyf3g Davidson County F. H. A. President'4. Jewlb-4 ,ofvfae eate- 0 ' I uJ..c, I 1'Zx""'aCU f . f 'lei ,vga fee . awe few I - ,u45vfaxz05 ,ffm-ea4.,f,L5 iff' I'?"N X .fi Q Q . Q' 'ff ! s X , af, Q .,,. t' Hain "rain 1 vm 'lyme 'apes I t at e a Q I Ill lf ax U an 3 , Uun, , ' 'fill 5 Quin. i A ' ll ru , Q Am A . ,Q f X x A , SAW . f f K 5 K .. sg K E 4 3. K Q ' . A 7 5 WN: 4 x i x in ,fi .1 X OK, Boo Boo! To please Mrs. Lee Thumb-nail L ketches Name Nickname EARL ADAMS Kookie TONY ADCOCK Logan MARGIE ADCOCK Dimples GAYLE ALLEN Gayle MARTHA ANDERSON Marty BETTY ANGLEA Betty LYNDELL BAKER Lynnie GENE BARNETT Gene RICHARD BARRET Maverick DOLORES BASKIN Dodie CHARLES BATEY Batson SHIRLEY BEAN Shelly CHESTER BEATY Lucky GARY BEATY Gary GENE BOND Crash RICHARD BOUGHNER Squinch LLOYD BOWLES Boze DAVID BROWN Brownie NANCY BROWN Brown crane JOHN BUCKLIEW Lightning EARL BULLOCK Pres. BILL CALLIS speedy MILDRED CAMMUSE Little Seg JERRY CARTER Crab AGNES CARTER Aggie WANDA CARTER Blondie WANDA LaRUE CARTER Lash SANDRA CARTWRIGHT Sandy LYDA CAUTHERN Lydia LAKETA CHANCE Tequila RONNIE CHANCE Snoz JETT A CHISM Jet PATSY CHUMNEY Esther GLORIA COLLINS Gokie LARRY COMPTON Pinkie CHARLES COOP Tree, Jr. JAMES COOP Tree, Sr. LYNDA COVINGTON Covie LINDA COX Linda Lou JUDY CRABTREE Grabby Favorite Saying Noted For l've got a hot rod Ford and His hair a S10 bill: let's go, baby. Ain't that right That did it! I can play that in the key Singing ability of C I don't know Would you explain that, Mr. Jenkins? Foot! Being easily embarrassed Feeding the football team Being a majorette Winning an essay contest Typing ability That sounds like a case of Nothing! tough luck to me Hand me a weed Now, that's ridiculous Sleeping in class Long, black hair-does she or doesn't she? MARGARET CRAWFORD Betsy SANDRA B. CRAWFORD Sandy RONNIE CUFF Cutf Quick-dim the lights! Good Heavens! Where there's smoke, there's cancer But, Mr. Jenkins . . . Dog-gone What's the question? Well, actually, I don't know Where's your car? Byfgolly! Earl, quit coming your hair Ma I have our attention Y Y please Hey-Wonnie l Oh, you're kidding! Oh, come off it! Well, I never! Oh, shucks! Where's Houston? Well!! Well, I never Oh, no! No joke! I wish today was Friday Well, Sugar . . . Go home, Wanda! It's time to o to lunch, E Miss King That's sharp I have a question, sir! Oh, fiddle faddle! Well! That upsets me! My Gosh! Is that right? Slipping in the Drivefln Her Chevy Friendly smile Scientific experiments Modified '50 Ford Chewing gum Talking to the girls Being sack boy at Hills Brown's Dairy Dip Sticking close to his girl-friend , Being in everything-even cheerleading! Being seen with Ronnie and Jimmy-until he met Judy Naturally curly hair Pinching ability' Arguing with Mrs. Lee Talking to her neighbor in Typing II Going with Houston Being neat Quietness Working at the Dairy Dip Ability to drive a teacher's car . . . rather, taking it apart! Saying what she thinks Driving a Cadillac to the foot- ball games Waiting on Maynard in Typ' ing II Having something to say all the time- Running around with Chester Beaty Being tallest boy at Madison Her age Breaking up, and making up with Jerry Her wise cracks Joe Long hair Running out of gas Ambition To make a lot of money To marry a rich young widow To be a dorm matron at Sewanee To play the organ at Mr. Blevin's wedding To be a majorette at West Point To get through college To become a private secretary to a large firm's president Build and own a hot rod To mend my ways To grow two inches taller and be an Airline Stewardess To finish college To become a secretary To be a coach, but not have ulcers To be an electronics engineer To be a speed shop owner To be a mathematician To teach Mr. Dillingham's son as much about U.S. History as he tried to teach me To go to college To play ball with the Globe' Trotters To have a good job To be another Paul Anka To make money-money-money To become a secretary to John D. Rockefeller To be an architectural engineer, then to marry "Donelson" To get married and live happily ever afterward To be a secretary To be tall enough to play basket' ball To graduate from college To be Mrs. Lee's secretary To sing To play football like Coach Brimm wants me to To be able to settle an argument with Donnie without the help of Joe To be a nurse in an allfmale hos' pital To work at Garrett's Drug Store To do just one push-up-right To be able to draw-under hyp' notism To become an olicer in the Ma- rines To succeed To become an Airline Stewardess To get a M.R.S. degree To get Dan out of the Air Force To own a hot rod Name DON DAVIS MAREECE DEAN GAYLE DENNEY MORRIS DENSON WANDA DePRIEST TERRY DILLON VIRGINIA DODD ELLEN DOOCHIN DIANE DUNN DONALD DUNN BARBARA EASTON GLENDA ECHOLS TOMMY EDWARDS DAVID EIDSON JIMMY EILLSON GERALDINE FARRIS LINDA FARRIS BARBARA FERRELL CAROL FOREHAND CHARLES FOSTER EDWARD FRAZIER PEGGY FUSON HELEN GENTRY CAROL GIESSER CAROLYN GIST MIKE GOINS MARY GRAY MILDRED GREGORY JIMMY GRIFFITH BILLY GRISARD SONYA HALL DALE HAMILTON FRANCES HARRIS BOBBY HEAD LINDA HESSON JERRY HIGHERS MARILYN HILL MARILYN HINES SHIRLEY HOLT FRED JAMES HOOBERY LONNIE HoY DIANE HUFFINE CARL HYDE JUDY KEMP JAMES KENNEDY BOBBY KIMBRO ADRIAN KORNMAN Nffkfwmf Muggs Reecy Denney Pig Prissy Bug Mr. Dillon Motor-mouth Ginger Doochie Little Bit Duck Bobbie Lou Shorty Tommy Pro Allison Jerry Lindy Barb Boosy Frosty Frazier Peg Rosey Shorty Parksy Goins Lulu Milly James Albert Billy Lee Soni "Tennessee Stud" Penny Circles Kitten Dennis Tea-sipper Ophie Squirt Goober Famer Diannee Jelly Belly Little Bill Speedy Malcolm Adrian Favorite Saying Oh, Stink! You pesky rascal! That's one of the many per- ils of life Be glad when I graduate Oh, Honey! Byfgolly ! Well, tulf-putty I promise! I don't know! What about it? Oh, honk! Coach, I can't reach the clutch I will, if you will Dropped the bottom out! Seen Uncle Wonnie? Darn it! You're kidding! Sh-hfheh Jimmy ! Tough luck! I'm tying my shoe Mrs. Knight, I' made an' other mistake Yes, Miss Owen Well, I'll be! Boy! I'll tell you! I know where you can buy it! Oh, gosh! Oh! Corn! Pfsfst, Leon Well, shoot! Really? Anybody want to make a bet Well, what do you want me to do about it? I'm not dumb, honest! Good Heavens So, we'll wait awhile I don't understand I'll be right back, Miss King No kidding? Hello, DaddyfO Some dumb people! Ready-o ! I don't know How much gas will 25 cents buy? Do unto others as they would do unto you, but do it Erst Watch that stuff! Parc!! Noted'For Being married Going with Larry Ambition To make a 31,000 a month To Et I..arry's jacket Makin announcements-long To be an old maid and ilirt for the enoug to make more forensic rest of my life points Driving Ann's Chevy Falling down in the halls Skating Hoof 'n mouth disease Going on diets Her six foot frame Figuring out Solid Geometry problems Funny giggle Changing the color of her hair Getting out of school early- now it can be told Going steady and watching other girls Being a Soda Jerk Getting new glasses frame Asking questions Being new Being married Shooting his rifles Being Santa Claus Passing notes to Patsy in class Being the quietest girl Having long hair Long engagement Ability to give educational demonstrations in senior Eng' lish Being with Ray! Not being at school Being mischievous Sue Beautiful hair Hot car Red hair-natural too Going with Sally Talking about Macey His many girls Being dramatic Being friendly Dependability Being pestered by Mrs. Webb Pumbling recoveries Wandering in the halls for four years Get out of Mr. Blevins English class - To be Sylvia's roommate at Sewanee To bowl over 120 To be a singing bookkeeper To be the president's secretary To weigh 100 lbs. To challenge Van Doren on a TV Quiz Show-payola and all To live a happy 'and useful life To be 5 feet tall To be an artist like Van Gogh To be a second Robin Hood 'Tic see what's out in the parking ot To be a female pilot To be a waterboy for Vanderbilt football players To be a nurse To learn to make pizza like Mel6's To be an Admiral in the Swiss Navy To be bright enough for Mrs. Lee To read my own shorthand To get my job To be a Yellow-Jacket for the Highway Patrol Go to Virginia to be with Jackie To own a new car To be the third Gray gil at U.T. and graduate with a .R.S. de- gree ' To be a secretary to Richard Diamond-and have clothes- clothes To have a Corvet To be quiet in class To take the place of IBM machines Tokbecome a bongofbeating beat- ni To be on Howdy-Doody Show To please Coach Brimm just once To get Macey out of the Air Force To End a perfect girl To understand To coach a football team To keep my mouth shut when a cop is giving a ticket To be a paleontologiest To run through the crowded halls at full speed To be Miss America Getting stopped by cops on way To make a lieutenant in the Navy home from the rifle meet Fun, Bill and stufed animals Skipping school Walking down the hall by my' self His father's store To have 8 little landlubbers To become something my parents would be proud of To take over Malcolm's business To be a successful merchant luck! it fast MARY, C. ROCHE Little 'Roche J. w. sANnsRs 1 vnu- LARRY LAYNE SALLY LOCKE JOE LOOPER ELIZABETH McCORD JIMMY McPHERSON CAROLYN MARLIN SUE MARSH RAY MARTIN EANNINE MENEES J REID MONTGOMERY LEON MOORE Lawrence Thally Super'Duper Joe Looper Liz Fersy r Dubs Pygmy Boogie Neen Duck Lon Mower MARGARET MORRISON Margie DAVID MURPHY MARY NBNNO JUNE ODOM GERALDINE PERRY GERALINE PERRY JANITH PRESLEY COOPER QUALLS SYLVIA QUALLS JOE RAGSDALE BETTY REID JOHNNY RICE Horse Neefno Sausage Brown Rat Blonde Rat Elvis Kaffer ' Maude Rags Betsy John "R" CAROLYN RICHARDSON Caldonia GLENNA PAY ROBERTS Gleena GLENN SANDERS SUE SHERMAN SARA SHERMAN JUDY SILVERS LUKE SMITH ANNETTE SMITH STEVE SMITH DON SPEIGHT DANNY STINSON JIMMY STINSON THOMAS STREET GAIL TAYLOR STEVE TIDWELL RAYMOND UNDERHILL JERRY VANDERCOOK RONALD VAN GOOR GLENDA VAUGHAN ELLA WATTS JERRY WILKES PAT WILLIAMS PATRICIA WINKLER MAYNARD WORD GERALD WRAY BOBBY WRIGHT JUDITH YANDLE CALVIN YOUNG BILLY YOUNG ELAINE YOUNGBLOOD Little Joe Jay, Sr. Little P.A. Shermie Shirly Rivers Steve Peanut Lu ke Sputnik Danny Jimmy Buddy Duckey Stevo Ru-tu Simon Van Brawn Cookie Ponderous Willy Patrick Winky Louie Baby Wray Tiggs Judy Clarence Knott Lane One in hand is better than Talking about girls two in the bush You dummy! Bobby Sounds like a case of tough Being new, but making up for How about that? Rats! Oh, no! Well, I never! I'll be dogfgone! Scratch my back, Margie That's tough! Get me out of class! Being married Owning a 1949 Ford Being athletic Bein short His funny remarks Latest hairfdo Being reserved Pool shooting ability No joke! Flirting with all the boys That's life Having an uncle who is a truant oiliter-didn't hurt me any I think it's the air-raid Having her name misprof nounced Ah, tremendous! My goodness! Quit making a scene! Ah-shucks! Hey, Hoy, sit over here Oh, Dups! Ah, what for? Being courteous Her dimples Being a twin Joking Being engaged Talking in class Yawning in class I'll be Johnny Mac Brown Wavy hair Hey-Chester! Silly giggle I wonder why!! Typing ability Heaven forbid! Musical and artistic ability Now, Ralphie! Basketball Well, Kennedy, should we Driving Doochin's station go to school today or stay wagon souvenir collection Participating in oral disagree' ments with Mr. Jenkins Boy, that sure is right! Playing the saxophone Being Terry Dillon's cohort Running around the halls lst period-you see such interest' home? But Sandra! Jay, Jr. Well, I'll be corn cob Meanness kernels - Oh, No! Art ability But, Mr. Wolery, we need Competing with Gayle in her that picture now! Hi, Jean No kidding! Being quiet Smiling Holy mackerel, Andy The Black Dragon Hey, Man! Dadgum! Wel !! ing things! That's sharp Being confused I'll guarantee you Yes, Mrs. Lee! You think I care? I worked on my car today Oh-no!! But-Mr. Blevins! He's smarter than the average man Some people! Well, Linda- Ah, come on, Gerald, run me home it's getting late Somebody take their car to- night, I'm tired of taking mine Maynard, what are the odds on this week's foot' ball games? Has my hair moved yet, Jean? Well, that's the way the old ball bounces That a boy, Fergie O-corn ! The Mayflower Tlol IH: Dean of Women at Harpeth a To be Bobby's private secretary To see Steve Smith carry 25 trays back at lunch To get out of school To join the Navy and see the world To join the Wacs To grow taller To help Mary Lou throw those parties To do nothing and be a millionaire To make a lot of money To own a chain of pool halls To start a school for Air Force Pilots To skip school without being caught To teach Phy. Ed. at Georgia Tech. To own the Odom Sausage Plant, all by myself To be a cosmeotologist To be a great African game hunter To sing a duet with E vis To marry Clydene To be the Brst girl enrolled in Sewanee To make an A in history To become a Math teacher To finish college To go to Margaret's school To ive a life pleasing to God, filled with music To get tipsy To earn what I missed in school when I graduate To give Mr. Dillingham an F on an exam To look James Coop in the eye To work for the air lines To get "souvenirs" from Georgia Tech, Annapolis, MIT and Tulane To whach Willie's Whistle with a wrock To be an airplane spotter Taking good care of other people's equipment, ski ropes, water skiis To graduate from Law School To lay an engagement at Birdland To learn how to dance To graduate from college and make millions To be a psychiatrist To get as much glory as Tony Adcock Watching the clock in Typing To get a car II Good looks Yankee brogue Cooking Patty the Packard School spirit Safe driving Being a boy scout To become a State Trooper To have the hottest car in town To make someone a good wife To park my car in Cain Sloan's Parking Lot To be manager of the Globe- Trotters To ski over a ski jump-bare' footed To be a better motorcycle rider Being called "Butterfly" by To be first in line to eat Mrs. Lee Being a good driver To be a state trooper, too His singing ability To be another Elvis Presley Infected glands To be taller than somebody- anybody! Trying to stay out of trouble To go to a girl scout camp Smart remarks To get out of college, if he ever gets in! Being F.H.A. president To be the first girl admitted to West Point La t Will and Te tament We, the Senior Class of Madison High School, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundredfsixty, being of weak mind and wheeze body, do hereby bequeath the following, declaring this to be our first and last will and testament. To the seventh grade, we leave a goal to reach and surpass. To the eighth grade, we leave the duty to become senior high students. To the ninth grade, we leave the courage to walk these halls for at least three more years. To the tenth grade, we leave the JfOfY C?J of their first class meeting. To the eleventh grade, we leave our superior knowledge and ability. To the faculty, we leave the thrill of seeing us leave . . . thanks! I, EARL ADAMS, leave my curls to the girls. I, TONY ADCOCK, leave my typing ability to Bull Cartwright in the hope that he will be too busy to pester others. I, MARGIE ADCOCK, leave the care and feeding of Terry Gam brell to Terry Smith. I, GAYLE ALLEN, leave my place on the annual staff to anyone with iron nerves. I, MARTHA ANDERSON, leave my majorette boots and baton to Connie Eatherly. KI, BETTY ANGLEA, leave my seat in the science lab to Carolyn ing. I, LYNDELL BAKER, leave in ho that my sister, Margie, may have the same success that I have hadjin my years at M.H.S. I, GENE BARRETT, leave my place in the chorus to Mike Spence. I, RICHARD BARRETT, leave thoroughly confused as to how I got out. I, DOLORES BASKIN, leave my long, black hair to Vicki Steele. I, CHARLES BATEY, leave my position on the baseball team to Dan Blair. L, SHIRLEY BEAN, leave the good times I've had at Madison- sad y. I, CHESTER BEATY, leave the "Black B's" parking place to Bob Widmer. I, GARY BEATY, leave my ability to make messes in the lab to John Ross. I, GENE BOND, leave to go to college. I, RICHARD BOUGHNER, leave my ability to-ah-to-leave my ability-Oh! Well, I will leave. I, LLOYD BOWLES, leave my ability to look busy while doing nothing to Billy Hutton. I, DAVID BROWN, leave to own a chain of grocery stores. I, NANCY BROWN, leave my position on the basketball team to anyone who can understand Miss King. I, JOHN BUCKLIEW, leave my size, to anyone who wants it. I, EARL BULLOCK, leave my speech book to anyone-fool enough to take it. I, BILL CALLIS, leave my ability to get by to anyone who needs it. smI,hMILDRED CAMMUSE, leave my emery board to Saundra 'I . I, JERRY CARTER, leave Madison on my way to Donelson and then, who knows where? I, AGNES CARTER, leave my position at Walgreen's to Virginia Wakeield. I, WANDA CARTER, leave my place in gym to my cousin, Shirley. I, WANDA LaRUE CARTER, leave my gun to anyone who thinks he can learn all the routines Mr. Wade never gives. I, SANDRA CARTWRIGHT, leave my neatness to Brenda Dillehay. I, LYDA CAUTHERN, leave my quietness to LaVonne Tisdale. I, LAKETA CHANCE, leave my quiet ways to D. J. Qualls. l, RONNIE CHANCE, leave my unorthodox ability to Tommy Howard. I, JE'I'I'A CHISM, leave my ability to tell twins apart to anyone stupid enough to try. I, PATSY CHUMNEY, leave-what I don't know. L GLORIA COLLINS, leave Richard McDonald my black leather jac et. I, LARRY COMPTON, leave my mental capacity to whomever will take it. I, CHARLES COOP, leave my art ability to Shirley Apple and Ronnie Sutton. I, JAMES COOP, leave my height to anyone who likes to get his head cracked on overhead door stops. I, LYNDA COVINGTON, leave my ability to .go steady with the President of the Student body to some future fortunate. BoI,dLINDA COX, leave my position as a Color Guard to Cheryl y . I, JUDY CRABTREE, leave my big mouth to Judy Wallace. I, BETSY CRAWFORD, leave my marching ability to Alice Wallsg hoping she can improve it. I, SANDRA BILLINGSLEY CRAWFORD, leave my long hair to Barbara Justice. I, RONNIE CUFF, leave my old books to anyone who wants them. I, DON DAVIS, leave to make a living for Dot. I, REECY DEAN, leave my height to Genie Oakley. I, GAYLE DENNEY, leave-bye Uncle Paul: excuse me, I mean- Mr. Dillingham. I, MORRIS DENSON, leave my brains and what looks I've got to-well, don't hght over them boys!!! I, WANDA DePRIEST, leave my ability to fall down anywhere and everywhere to Tana Frazier. I, TERRY DILLON, leave Geography-about time. I, GINGER DODD, leave my big mouth to Gloria Gregory. I, ELLEN DOOCHIN, leave my diet pills to Wanda Stillwell. I, DIANE DUNN, leave my height to Jean Edwards. I, DONALD DUNN, leave my answers in my Solid Geometry book to Mr. Bridgeman. I, BARBARA EASTON, leave English IV-gladly. I, GLENDA ECHOLS, leave my blonde hair to Jo Ann Wright. I, TOMMY EDWARDS, leave my old locker to Freddy Belt. I, DAVID EIDSON, leave my bows and arrows to Madison stu- dentsg I'm ready for life. I, JIMMY ELLISON, leave to Thadious fGilesJ my ability to huf ahwrezrd vgghout getting caught-but not peanuts in study hall- e , s. .. , I, GERALDINE FARRIS, leave continuing my career as a boy scout. I, LINDA FARRIS, leave to venture into the realms of society. I, BARBARA FERRELL, leave rather reluctantly-after all, I just got here. I, CAROL BUCY FOREHAND, leave to resume my career as a housewife. l,'CHARLES POSTER, leave Gordon Williams my ability to cut class and get away with it. I, ED FRAZIER, leave my tire marks on the school parking lot. I, PEGGY FUSON, leave . . . Pat, can you get the car? I, HELEN GENTRY, leave-my future lies ahead. I, CAROLE GIESSER, leave my ability to blush to Linda Nunally. I, CAROLYN GIST, leave my car and its many miles to Charlene Wheeler. I, MIKE GOINS, leave my car hot rod book to Hartwell Price. ill continued I, MARY LOU GRAY, leave my ability to throw wild parties to Susan Capshew. I, MILDRED GREGORY, leave hoping to have a good attendance record-anywhere. I, JIMMY GRIFFITH, leave-Hallelulah! I, BILLY GRISARD, leave Algebra I to Mrs. Webb. I, SONYA HALL, hereby appoint my sisterf Lucy, heir to my old battered books--hey! you're supposed to open them! I, DALE HAMILTON, leave to go to the DOGS. I, FRANCES HARRIS, leave-and boy! am I ready! I, BOBBY HEAD, leave Coach Brimm with a few more ulcers "sorry, Coach." I, LINDA I-IESSON, leave still talking about Macey. I, JERRY HIGHERS, leave-gladly. I, JIMMY HILL, leave still trying to find out why everyone goes to the drivefin. I, MARILYN HILL, leave my book, The Techniques of Flirting to Sharon Webb. I, MARILYN HINES, leave my position as basketball manager to all Junior Class football boys. I, SHIRLEY HOLT, graduate-let's see if you can, Diane! I, FRED HOOBERRY, leave my ability. to play great basketball to Ronnie Hall. I, LONNIE HOY, leave my football helmet to anyone who can wear it. I, DIANE HUFFINE, leave to become great. I, CARL HYDE, leave my jelly-belly to a Junior Jelly Bean Eater. I, JUDY KEMP, leave to be a stowaway. I, JAMES KENNEDY, leave behind my little spot in M.H.S., that few people can fill-I think. I, BOBBY KIMBRO, leave my ugly stick to Porter Q. Jones. I, ADRIAN KORNMAN, leave in hopes of contributing some- thing to the world. I, LARRY LAYNE, leave to anybody who is brave enough to take it, my ability to cut lunch line-not you Claude Hertz! I, SALLY LOCKE, leave my ability to wear contact lenses to Coach Brimm. I, JOE LOOPER, leave my one spinner hub cap to anyone who can steal it, without getting shot. I, ELIZABETH McCORD, leave to join Barry. I, JIMMY MCPHERSON, leave-and you won't have to push meeither. I, CAROLYN MARLIN, leave my place warming the bench to Donna Collins. I, SUE MARSH, leave my tallness to Marilyn Mayo. I, RAY MARTIN, leave my ability to try to please the coaches to Alan Pope. I, JENNINE MENEES, leave the annual staif-sorry Juniors. I, REID MONTGOMERY, leave my English teacher to future students. I, LEON MOORE, since I have nothing, leave nothing. I, MARGARET MORRISON, leave my ability to be quiet to my seventh grade study hall. I, DAVID MURPHY, leave school-legally. I, MARY NENNO, leave my Jerry Lewis antics to my sister, Margaret. I, JUNE ODOM, leave my courteous ways to Harriett Newson. I, GERALDINE PERRY, leave my dimples to Mary Evelyn Head. I, GERALINE PERRY, leave my spot on the cheerleading squad to Jana Overall. I, JANITH PRESLEY, leave my sewing machine in Home Bc. to the Paris girls. I, RONALD QUALLS, leave Mr. Dillingham's corny jokes to anyone who can laugh. I, SYLVIA QUALLS, leave my reducing exercises to Janis Traughf ber. I, JOE RAGSDALE, leave my knowledge to all American History students. I, BETTY REID, leave my place in typing class to my sister, Caro' lyn. I, JOHNNY RICE, leave my slrinniness to Tank Miller. I, CAROLYN RICHARDSON, leave my quietness to Melba Ragsdale. I, GLENNA ROBERTS, leave my position as accompanist for the chorus to anyone stupid enough to take it. I, MARY CATHERINE ROCHE, leave Julie Brown my ability to sew. I, GLENN SANDERS, leave behind me the knowledge this school had when I started here. I, J. W. SANDERS, leave to buy baby food. I, SARA SHERMAN, leave my position on the Library Staff to Jane Hembree. I, SUE SHERMAN, leave to some mean Junior my mischievousness and ability to get into trouble. I, JUDY SILVERS, leave my position as Mrs. Eldridge's typist to some unfortunate soul. I, LUKE SMITH, leave my place in chorus at the pleading request of Mr. Donnelly. I, ANNETTE SMITH, leave my gym clothes to Carolyn Steward. I, STEVE SMITH, will my tactfulness with Mr. Dillingham to any sophomore with a suit of armor. I, DON SPEIGHT, leave my seat in Mr. Blevins' room to the next illiterate senior. I, DANNY STINSON, leave my inspections of the majorettes to John Ross-hang on, Man! I, JIMMY STINSON, leave--Surprise! I, BUDDY STREET, leave my position as first period oflice worker to anyone more energetic than I. I, GAIL TAYLOR, leave my ability as a Sociology panelist to the next militant junior girl who can handle it. I, STEVE TIDWELL, leave my ability to forget THINGS Cinclud- ing billfolds on important datesl to Harold Johnson. I, RAYMOND UNDERHILL, leave-never to return. I, JERRY VANDERCOOK, leave my good looks to Randy Overall. I, RONALD VAN GOOR, leave the talk of my car to Randall Van Goof. I, GLENDA VAUGHAN, leave my place in Mr. Blevins' English class to my brother, Brent. I, ELLA WATTS, leave to begin my career as Bobby's wife. I, JERRY WILKES, leave the sophomore girls to Bruce McBratney. I, PAT WILLIAMS, leave my ability to mark off the football field with crooked lines to Johnny Campbell. I, PAT WINKLER, leave hoping that Donna Hedge will Enally grow up. I, MAYNARD WORD, leave laughing at Kenneth and Porter who are not leaving. I, GERALD WRAY, leave laughing at everything and everybody. I, BOBBY WRIGHT, leave my ability to get ALL the girls to Larry Hunter. I, JUDY YANDLE, leave my Intoxication Perfume to Johnny Jenkins. I, BILLY YOUNG, leave to own my own drug store. I, CALVIN YOUNG, leave Madison High School and all its troubles. I, ELAINE YOUNGBLOOD, leave my talking ability to Paulette Seaton and Sue Adkins. S E E Q S 1 E W Q Q 22 3 E , ki i 3, 2 Ninn, Feature 37 throu h these halls 2, 3 . . . red light! l .W .1 , ,vi ll The delivery crew . . . slick driving, eh? Everybody knows Mr. Baxter ,-. 9V'gt,'f'll X 1 n R, X, - 'iligtgjif -Q-------.-.-..-.-......,......a. would 1.5 Nv- 1 I and so, by popular vote, you are elected the Cafeteria Queens. ny ! .. 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XL Q AMN XKQQQ XBUJC 89 x . 1 ,pq .Vx Sgiyjf- XNQ - ' I X R,- , J X, XA kv, , xg, ,A lj C kiXLkk .X' ,P 1 - x N 'x tudent Council EARL BULLOCK ELLEN DOOCHIN HAROLD JOHNSON President Secretary VicefPresident STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Margie Adcock, Tony Adcock, jean Anderson, Richard Boughner, Lloyd Bowles, julie Brown, Janet Brown, Wayne Baliff, Alma Callaway, jerry Carter, Linda Castelow, Elaine Coleman, Patly Coop, Lynda Covington, Larry Darks, Brenda Dillehay, Faye Everett, Shirley Gentry, Howard Graves, Mary Evelyn Head, Bobby Head, Ronnie Jackson jerry jones Frances King Kenneth Kornman Paul Lamberson Emil Litton Sally Locke, Bruce McBratney, Charles Nelson, Harriet Newson, Randy Overall, Betty Parks, Sue Sanders, Rosemary Pigue, Betty Ray, Katie Reed, Saundra Smith, Sara Smith, Mike Spence, Cynthia Hardiman, Pat Sutton, Nelson Turnel, Newton Welch, Ann Williams, Carol Scott, Rosemary Yandle, Robert Young, Charles Lewis. ' ""'1,,, ,,,, ,,.,r Mfvimwmmww' 'll' aww f if A ' ,M--ff-, -M,-www, t H if' v 'T wwf 'MW MMA' MM' i. . . ,V ,V M . H . l , N, . ..A,. f-4 .Vu Because of the combined efforts of the faculty and the Student Council, the year 1959-1960 has been one of the most successful years for Madison High School in all its aspects. The Student Council sponsors many worthwhile activities for our school. The Student Council sets up the requirements for club membership and has the responsibility of issuing the charter to the various clubs. Another outstanding contribution of the Council is to plan the assembly programs, and these programs have been most educational as well as entertaining. The numerous social events of the year are planned by the Council. The social calendar includes activities for all grade levels: Homecoming, juniorfSenior Prom, Sadie Hawkins Week, climaxed by the Kangaroo court, and other socials. The excellent service ren' dered by our various committees has enabled the Council to function so efficiently. Our school handbook has been revised and brought upftofdate this year. The handbook gives adequate information about the curriculum, general organizaf tion, policies, and activities of the school. The students and faculty of Madison High School can be justly proud that the Student Council has ref ceived statefwide recognition for its ine program and high standards, and we believe that these achieve' ments have been made possible by a united spirit among the faculty, students, and parents and that the lofty ideals of the Council will continue to prevail and inspire all of us to have a deeper appreciation of Madif son High School. NATIONAL HONOR SCECETY X ll y S Nfl X 1 X W x A Mr. Charles S. Brown Mr. J. Richard Blevins CSponsmj CSpons01l 2 U w y ational Honor ociety Anthony Adcock Marjorie Adcock Pat Williams CP1esidentD fSecretaryj fVice Prcsidcntj MEMBERS Betty Anglea Richard Boughner Earl Bullock Wanda Carter Sandra Cartwright Lynda Covington Jetta Chism Gayle Denney Ellen Doochin Barbara Easton Marilyn Hill Jeannine Mennees fx S X N x X f , 1 . NQ E ' Ai Si? , Y W nv. Y' 7 4 3' Q x Q , M3 3, X Q Library Lassies I 'filhe ,gmahisnn Iihrarg Illzrssies ll W e n ur f ur r e f...' request ill II nu n QU P es use S Hg at the glnitiaiinn Set-iziee nn 'ilhurshug qt! "I solemnly pledge myself to give the tenth bag nf glllarch fmvgi, my fellow students, this school and . . its library my utmost services as a mmtwn llunhrzh mth mxtg 5,253 member of the Library Lassies. I will be loyal to this group, its purf at half after three in the afternunn at the gbilluhisun High School 'flihrarg 35935 poses, its standards and its activif ties. I will show proper respect to its leaders both student and teacher and to all those I strive to aid. I realize that the spreading of the light of wisdom knowledge and brotherhood, is my greatest duty, privilege and reward." Librar Workers First row: Barbara Owens, Linda Graham, Juanita Moody, Sandra Elliott, Virginia Armstrong, Rosemary McDaniel, Rachel Edds, Joyce Halmontaller, Sharon Sutton, Ruth Carter, Linda Harris, Shirley Haskins, Standing: Betty Burlason, Susan Smedley, jane Hembree, Sara Sherman, Sue Sherman, Carol Scott, and Cheryl Boyd. The LIBRARY LASSIES organize a recruiting program in the spring for additions to the staff. Representatives visit all seventh grade home rooms and discuss the work of student library assisf tantsg personal contacts are made to reach people in the eighth and ninth grades. Applicants are interviewed by a reviewing com' mittee of the Library Lassiesg their recommendations are passed on to Mrs. Wiley for final selection. In the fall all eighth grade workers are put under the supervif sion of an experienced Library Lassie for a year's training, this in' cludes instruction work assignments checking the performance of each trainee, and personal conferences with individual workers or Mrs. Wiley. In the spring trainees are scheduled for full time work at the circulation desk. The formal Induction Service is held in March for all beginners who meet the requirements for membership in the Library Lassies. At this service all experienced workers who have qualified are also awarded annual membership cards. Experienced assistants are assigned to specialized work accord' ing to interests and abilities such as display, lettering books, mend' ing, filing, compiling statistics, preparing bibliographies, and asf sisting students and teachers in selecting and locating materials. Emphasis is placed upon helping students. Each added year of library work makes an assistant a more valued school investment. The Constitution, ByfLaws require the LIBRARY LASSIES to plan and conduct at least one outside program for faculty mem' bers at the beginning of school and one for students during Book Week. Each Library Lassie must participate in a specified num' ber of proiects. All projects are planned and conducted on the students free time and are in addition to the regular scheduled routine library work. The experienced LIBRARY LASSIES have learned the many routines that keep the library program operating smoothly. First row: Margaret Edds, Cheryl Wagoner, Marianne Taylor, Sue Ann Adkins, Second row: Anne Williams fVice-Presidentl Pat Gentry, Pain Dowell, Carolyn Womack, Margie Adcock CPresidentD jo Ann Hester, Betty Jo Stubbleheld, Katie Reed, Charlotte Goforth, Beverly Allen, Sydney Willisg Third row: Linda Greer, Barbara Ann Hargrove, Carol Hester, Lynn Higgins, Becky Paul. Jean Anderson Sandra Beech John Carden Connie Eatherly 1.5 Q Mrs. Jane Eldridge, Sponsor , - , , Miss June Kennedy, Sponsor Virginia Armstrong 'la xv um Q , ., . ' ra U ,t Robert Fusarini Tyree Harris Claude Hertz Peggy Hill Noel McDowell Juanita Moody Lynn Whitt Joseph Witztum Glenda Davis Jerry Harder Tommy Howard David Knox Betty Marquess Betty Ray Jo Anne Saverio Marianne Taylor Ann-Ellen Pigue, President Linda Jo Castelow, Vice Prcsi Elaine Coleman, Secretary DEGREE OF DISTINCTION Earl Bullock Gayle Denney Linda Wade Judy Silvers Carolyn Odom Judy Harvey Harold Dowda Richard Clark Ronald Castleman fs The cast of Madison's winning play, The Happy journey to 'Trenton and Camden' Linda 'lo Castelow, rated second actress on the allfstar cast Tim North, rated second actor on the allfstar castg Carolyn Odom, Elaine Coleman, leading actress in the countyg Richard Clarkg jimmy Organ leading actor in the county. . rational Forensic League lvfadison High Schools National Forensic League has heen active since its beginning four years ago. It has officially heen the fastest growing chapter in the state for the past three years, and largest in the state since 1958, ln hoth 1957 and 1958 lvladison was represented in the state nnals, and in 1958 it sent its first representative to nationals. This chapter has placed in the top four in the state competitive since 1057, when the chapter was started hy Mrs. Rosalie D. Looney. It has never placed less than third in county competitiong last year and this year, Nladison has received first in the county. lviadisoifs NFL Chapter has participated very successfully in the annual county play contest. lt has always placed at least one memlwer on the allfstar cast, averaging at least one outstanding actor or act' ress award. This year it will receive hoth these awards. ln four years of participation lviadison has twice placed secondg this year it was unaminously voted Hrst in the county, placing four members on the allfstar cast. Participation in Forensic activities is not limited hy grade, hut to those who are willing to work tof ward perfection of speaking ability. This offers opf portunities to everyone. The officers are chosen acf cording to their superior work gauged hy the number of points received in contest participation. Contesf tants are limited to 500 points, excluding state and national contests, during their forensic career. lviadif son will have graduating students next year who have reached this limit. The Ivladison National Forensic League Chapter is destined to hecome one of the largest and most outf standing chapters in the country. Office Workers .X ,...r... 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Mr, Br11v1'11. .1 !llUll1l'lCl' of t K1.11iis1111 fzxciilty since the schoi k,l1eg11111i11g, was :1 Biology teal , cr, jlllliillllfft' c.1u11selo1', and S1 1 - 1 1.11' Class spo11s111'. He new 110, il position wgtlx the Davide Ck7lIllly Board Ol PI:lucaTion's C1 'tml office. .. 1-1 ,,,1,., ,1,, ,,,,,, Visual Aid Boys OfficersfPresident, Ronald Van Goor, Vice President. jimmy Griffith, CaptamsfDavid Bumbalough, Edward Cheatham, Claude Hayes, john Ross, Bill Moore, Membersffroy Carter, Randall Sisco, john Knuckles, Dan Coble, Charlie Williams, Jimmie Sutton, Ronnie Williams, Harold Dorris, john Perry, Mike Bumbalough, Cary Clayborne, Stephen Desirey, Bruce Hertz, john Gasque, Ricky jones, Bob Nickles, james Coop, Herbert Hall, Ronnie Pace, Claude Coble, Gary Beaty, Larry Darks, Wendell Wilkinson, Robert joe Hayes, joe E. Cox, Jimmy Goetz. Phillip Hyde, Sponso1sfMr, Wright Il, Mrs. Wiley. 3 335133356 i Mmm A ,,..,-M..,i.,.wwf W-we i In 3 l .si '.-. 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V, 35 , c c at .A.,, cc .,,m.,. ,, r. . . ,. .,,,. .,..,,. .. .,-,,,.-ffm- ,.,, - -f if 'A K ff'-p"'d First Row: Sandra Sloan, Linda Compton, Dickie Dickens, Don Fursarini, Jerry Potts, Dale Davis, Tommy Greer, Rex Dennis, Shirley Haskins, Sally Locke, Second Row: Sharon Webb, David Lewis, Jackie Ashworth, Brent Vaughn, Cary Beaty, John Ross, Richard Clark, Phillip Johnson, Gaylon Glover, Albert Cheatham, Jetta Chism, Third Row: Emily Litton, Brenda Chilton, Gail Pendergrass, Janis Jarvis, Robert Fusarini, Jean Edwards, Linda Hester, June Boyce, Linda Cochran, Sue Sherman, Fourth Row: Connie Eatherly, Linda Harris, Judy Wallace, Ann Sory Betty, Ruth Carter, Ronald Castleman, Don Perry, Billy Joe Gaines, Jerry Sacehainelli, Sammy Fleming, Roger Pope, Martha Anderson, Fifth Row: Betsy Crawford, Claude Hertz, Harold England, Milton Huff, Jimmy Hunt, Jerry Smith, Billy Cdum, Charlie Williams, Terry Gambrell, Alice Walls, Sixth Row: Toni Garrett, Marilyn Hill, Linda Cox, Wanda Carter, Danny Stinson, Absent: Kenneth Sadler, Jerry Hunt, The Nlarchin, Hams 2 The Marching Hams Have A Successful Year The Senior Band is open to 'all Madison High School students on the basis of audition. This year they have had twenty performances including foot' ball game halftime shows, parades, festivals, and conf certs. The Senior Band participated in the Middle Tennessee School Band and Orchestra Association Marching Festival in October and received a rating of "Excel1ent". This is but one example of the Band's improvement this year in both quantity and quality. The outstanding event of the musical year was the Second Annual "music under the stars", a presenta' tion representing all the organizations of our Music Department: Senior Band, Junior Band, Senior Chorus, Junior Chorus, and the "Ramblers", Students Work to Keep the Band Marching mRoss,Vice-P1esiden!,Danny Judy Wallace, Historian, Ann mon President. Sally Locke. Sory Betty, Libmvmn. vctary, John T. Wade, Di- Uniform Custodians, Sue Sher- Walter Callaway and Harol man and jean Edwards. 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Benita jane Bullion, james Carlos Carnahan, Hazel Choate, Helen Elaine Davis, Barbara Ruth Crain, Cheryle Emery, Alice Everett, Linda Kay Ford, Richard Fox, Sandra Galbreath, Shirley Gibbs, Tommy Griffin, Emily Dean Gifford, Elizabeth,Grisham, Tinnie Grisham, Connie Hollingsworth, Mildred Hudgins, Charlotte johnson, Bobbie Ruth jones, Margaret Keller, Doris Lewis, Pat Mundy, Margaret Nenno, Virginia Nichols, Patricia Nunley, Patricia Pilkinton, Carol Pirtle, Elaine Rethford, jimmy Riddle, Martha Romines, Carol Scott, Gerald,Sims, jerry Smith, Wanda Smith, Clifford Thacker, jimmy Wade, Brenda Whited, Sandra Wilkins, Paulette Williams, Lynn Williams, Elizabeth Williams, Linda Witherspoon, Judy Vantrease. Junhw Band Laura Riggs, Linda Flynn, john Callaway, Barbara Hargrove, jerry Harder, jean Mclntosh, Pamela Dowell, Barbara Hinson, Nita Ferguson, George Sutton, Douglas Gober, Charlie Williams, Benny Gaines, Karen Bryan, Allen Soapes, Mike Sykes, Carol Hester, Eugene Carter, Richard Perry, Harold Dorris, Gary Clayborne, Linda Harder, Carol Crosslin, john Anglea, Kenneth Barrett, Dan Coble, Roger Sims. , , I ,, , 5 , t . .. if mi '.gJi,- . Q56 i ,M Aa, Co W g C? 7 A. sl it QZJKQ J? gi l W S pl - B rum Fill tl i"'l 5 . 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Civitan Club Tony Adcock, Pres., Ronnie Chance, VicefP'res.g Jerry Wilkes, Sea, Donald Dunn, Lloyd Bowles, Tommy Howard, Randall VanGoor, Charles Batey, Joe Looper, Terry Gambrell, Charles Lewis, Johnny Jenkins, Ken Miller, Jerry Carter, Jim Squires, Buddy Street, Don Speight, Larry Hunter, Steve Tidwell, Richard Boughner, L ke Smith, Earl Bullock, Ronnie Page, Mr. James Wright, Sponsor. Sr. Y-Teen Club Row one: Harriett Yandle, Linda Compton, Ruth Carter, VICE'PTCS,j Beverly Morrison, Pres., Betty Hesson, Scc.f'T'reas.,' Ester Roberts, Susan Ammons, Row :wo Ruth Clark, Rita justice, Mary Lou Starkweather, Elizabeth Rohtert, Linda Crain, Pat Sutton, LaVonne Tisdale, Row three: Sharon Sutton, jean Edwards, Linda Cochran, Sheryl Draper, Sue johnson, Standing: Danni johnson, Linda Pendergrass, Pat Lamberson, Donna Collins, Cheryl Boyd, julie Brown, Virginia Wakefield, Anne Williams, Sandra Brooks, Melba Ragsdale, Joyce Weaver, Georgtanna Stover, jeanita Cordell, Pat Bagsby, Blaine Thompson, Mrs. Vernon johnson, Sponsor. Jr. Y-Teen Club Donna Ahraham, Phyllis Atkins, Diana Barnett, Vickie Benson, Linda Brawner, Betty Karen Bryan, Susie Chafhn, Martha Lou Cherry, Judy Clinartl, Patsy Coop, Marian Core, Margaret Edds, Kay Fambrough, Brenda Flatt, jane Gray, jean Hannah, Cynthia Hardiman, Cherry Hart, Karen Hawk, Linda Hester, Barham Hinson, Linda Houdeskill, Darlene Knight, President, joy Lance, Linda Lemmens, Marion Minchey, Carolyn McDonald, Tyra Parrish, Cherry Paterson, Sec.Treas., Rose Mary Pigue, Syble Pointer, Maxine Quesenberry, Evelyn Roberts, Sue Roberts, Peggy Scott, V:cefP1cs., jane Schott, Betty Sircy, Betty Smith, Sandra Smith, Joyce Stewart, Vicky Stilz, Alice Tripp, Ronda Wade, Cheryl Wagerman, Carolyn Womack, Norma Zipper, lleene Walenbrook, Betty Greene. .W , A i , . V A 1 J 1 Will. E 1 2-2 . Y A . 'i , E ,, as QL f rchery Club DeL0sh William Baskin, joe Williams, Roy Blankenship, Roy Hackett, Tyree Harris, Bobby Young, Otio Bergeron, David Kannon, Stewart Cope, Kenny Reenes, Lewis Dwight, Donnie Henson, jackie Gunter, Richard Birchett, Stanley Carver, David Boone, Howard Rippetoe, Edwin Soapes, Bobby Wooden, Charlie Griffin, Frank Hoy, Frankie Huff, Gerald Dillehay, Earnest Onks, Billy Baker, jeff Landrum, Lon Bush, Coach DeLosh, Sponsor. Archery Club Cllnderson Vernon Overall, Tony Moore, Harry Webster, Billy Linneman, Clifton Wooden, Larry jenkins, Eddie Edison, james Carnahan, jack Young' blood, Michael Hill, George Wright, Robert Allen Hogan, jimmy Killingsworth, Roy Piper, jimmy Lamberson, David Edison, Larry Dickens, Billy Williams, Don Hankins, Tommy Hall, Douglas Mullican, Bill Manley, Charles Travis, Stephen Davis, Nelson Turner, joe Smith, Coach Anderson, Sponsor. ,l thy g rcher Club King Beverly Allen, Ruth Anderson, Diane Andrews, Marilyn Blair, Suzie Brooks, Becky Brown, Marsha Buntly, Alma Callaway, Vanetta Carter, Patsy Cline, Carol Crosslin, Elaine Davis, Janice Dickens, Janie Douglas, Pamela Dowell, Lynda Drawdy, Beckie Drewitz, Teresa Gaines, Shirley Gentry, Dianah Gillihan, Kay Graves, Gloria Gregory, Becky Hale, Barbara Hargrove, Janice Hartiman, Carol Hester, Sandra Jenkins, Carolyn King, Madelaine Landis, Linda Jane Looper, Julie Martin, Linda Mathis, Carolyn McCormack, Martha McDaniel, Margaret Nenno, Janice Osmundson, Karen Parchen, Ann Pendleton, Judy Pigue, Annette Smith, Donna Stephens, Martha Scruggs, Marguerite Wolfe, Betty Wynne, Golf Club Jerry Knight, Buddy Ragrdale, Paul Williams, Keith Peterson, Robert Dunn, Freddy Massey, Sammy Fleming, Mike Sykes, Glen Richardson, Ronald Sloan, Newton Welch, Dannie Gregory, Douglas Gober, Butch Cartwright, Wilson Horner, Charles Thurman, David Wingett, Ken Wiles, Ricky McMasters, Dwayne Woody, Sonny Nichols, Furney Irwin, Norman Jones, Paul Christian, Mike Parks, Allen Soapes, Bobby Cartwright, George Sutton, Tommy Greer, Bobby Hash, Victor Overall, Roger Sims, Michael Spence, Gary Phillips, Mr. White, Sponsov. Kalfee Hinkle, Diane Holt, Gish Gay, Yvonne Sutton, Miss Nancy King, Sponsor. , - e ,- Forensic Club Gayle Denny, President, Linda Jo Castelow, SCC.'T78dS.j Linda Wade, V1cefPres., Mary Louise Allen, Jean Anderson, Virginia Armstrong Sandra Beech, Brenda Bradley, Janet Brown, Sandra Burkett, Ronald Castleman, Tommy Chasteen, Richard Clark, Elaine Coleman,Joyce Cooper, Wanda, Crowell, Glenda Davis, Connie DeLosh, Harold Dowda, Jeannine Dowlen, Rachel Edds, Fay Everett, Robert Fusarini, Linda Graham, Joyce Halmontaller, Jerry Harder, Linda Harder, Temesia Harris, Sandra Herod, Judy Harvey, Linda Hesson, C. T. Hill, Peggy Hill, Connie Hollingsworth, Barbara Hullet, Jeanie Kersey, Winfred Kinard, David Knox, David Lewis, David Levering, Emily Litton, Carolyn Luster, Betty Marquess, Sandra McKnight, Juanita Moody, Ann Najar, Charles Nelson, Tim North, Carolyn Odom, Jimmy Organ, Ann1Ellen Pigue, Dorothea Qualls, Carolyn Richardsoh, Roger Sapp, Jo Ann Saverio, Irvin Schoolby, Judy Silvers, Susan Smedley, Mike Spence, Ann Sory Betty, Susie Stratton, Marianne Taylor, Terry Tipps, Gene Vaughter, Jimmy Wade, Janie Wallace, Charles Williamson, Mary Frances Wright. sf Hfqw CMA XXYJV X 'Q W Latin Club Pfcsitlenl, Sandra Stratton, Vxccflurcxident, Betty Lou Reid, Secretary, Judy Russo, Spunsm, Mrs. Swift, Judy Jones, Helen Gentry, Betty Reid Jean Swain, Jean Butler, Linda Bloodworth, Alva Wolf, Sally Walker. Spanish Club Madeline Brew, Barbara Binkly, Larry Bush, Betty Campbell, Bill Casy, Sue Chance, Dale Davis, Sandra Elliot, Dickie Garrett. Pat Gentry, Mclianiels, Marilyn Mayo, President, Pat Martin, Brenda Miclcle, John Moore, Terry Newson, June Oakly, Steve Oclen, Barbara Owens. Betty Ray, Katie Reed, Secretary, Malka Schmukler, Mura Schmukler, Raynelle Shreeve, Betty Stubbleneld, Vickie Steele, Judy Wallace, Viccf President, Carol Waclxtel, Steve Graham, Miss Sine, Spnnsm, Q I Arts and Crafts President, Elaine Alexander, ViccfP1es1dent, Pat Mundy, Secretary, Patty Frank, Betty Lewis, Caroline Stacey, Rosemarie L'landa, Anita johnson, Shirley Rippetoe, Lucille King, Judy Turner, Barbara Chestnut, Carol Tipps, Candice Treadway, Paulette Williams, Glenda Lorance, Faye Bell, Vonda Ford, Betty Rhodes, Pat Bergeron, Linda Stewart, Laura Riggs, Anita Ryan, Patricia Hester, Geraldine Oakley, jerry Ann Gibbs, Linda Lou Graham, Nancy England, Wanda Menees, Judy Dunn, judy Vantrease, Bobbie jones, Annette Potts, Carolyn Matthews. Coin Club Row One: Mr. Dillingham, james Floyd, Bob Callis, Terry Beck, joe Keller, Row Two: Mike Greggs, Gene Dunman, Bobby Duke, Mike Flynn, Wayne Allen, Herbert Russ, Wayne Broaderick, Ray Carter, Richard Love, Cliffer Thackeryg Row Tl-wee: Niel Gober, Vernon Spurlock, jimmy Hill, Mike Rhoteil, Jeffery Hill, Bill Rhoteil, jerry Smith, Harry Habertbear, Thad Brew. ' 'w....f First rid Pete Cushing, jerry Gregory, Dennis Abbott, Steve Reed, Arther Alexander, Danny Powers, Maurice Butterworth, Richard Perkins, Roger Young, Nancy Ann Napier, Nancy Carol Vaden, Coredell Tohuson, Bobby Boyd, Ronnie Morris, Frank Rice, Thomas Waller, Bobby Wells, Sonny Graves, Robert Nichols, Tommy Leerse, jerry McMurtry, Randy Heavener, Tommy Roberts, Bobby Bohnenetiel, Shirley Blaylock, Phyllis Cates, jimmy Edwards, jerry Mayes, Tony Merryman, Wayne Dutton, Richard Kurzynske, Frank Spero, james Curtis, Edwin Smith, Mike johnson. Mr. Kimble uto afet Club Row One' Daryl Shreeue, Buddy Harris, jimmy Jernigan, joe Draper, David Gillihan, jerry Hunt, Donny Sullivan, Bobby Darks. Row Two: Mr. King, James Kennedy, Sgt.foj'fArm.s,' Glenn Sanders, Scc.f'Trcas.g Charlie Brown, ViccfP1cs.g Mike Goins, President. Row Thvec: Tommy Burdett, Carl Adams, Terry Thomas, Mike Gist, Carl McMurtry, Dick Davis, Henry jones, Richard Evans, Eugene Giles. Row Four: Gene Bond, Joe Scruggs, Earl Adams, Bob Widmer, joe Ragsdale, Tommy Davis, jerry Grisham. Mr. King Rifle Club Gene Barnett, President, Pat Williams, Vice P1es.g Steve Smith, Sec. Trans., Hartwell Price, Bill Poteet, Billy Etheridge, Orval Parker, Bill Callis, Earl Baker, Kenneth Robinson, Buddy Giles, Raymond Underhill, Tommy Gillingham, Carl Hyde, Chester Beaty, Gordon Williams, Ronnie Sutton, Wayne Farley, Bob Callis, Robert Sutton, jimmy Ellison, Leighton Houdeshell, Phil Harris, Eddie Briley, Wayne Pope, johnny Camp' bell, Lonnie Hoy, Cooper Qualls. Outdoor Club President, Ronnie Smith, Vice-Pres., Charles Coop, Sec., Dale Brady, Tfcas., Bobby Vaughn, Sponsor, Mr. Norris, Tommy Bible, Cecil Stubblef field, Garlin Satterfleld, Billy Davenport, Norman Allen, Bill Swain, Ronnie Baxter, Mike Ragsdale, jerry Pendergrass, Mike Stockard, George Landis, Ronnie Whitt, Max Thompson, Benny Gaines, George Sloan, Donnie Cooper, Michael Denson, Buddy Cook, Maurice Smith, joe Riggins, jimmy Dixon, Robert Bagsby, Ernest Nedson, Dale Lorance, Terry Doyle. T""""""F Aviation Club Mr. Corbitt, Spcmsovg Harold England, Prcsidcntg Gene Heard, VicefP1cside1itg Dale Harper, Secretary, john Angela, jackie Ashworth, Royal Atkins, jimmy Bailiff, Wayne Bailiif, Kenneth Barrett, Eugene Carter, Howard Corley, Charles Dickson, joe Donaldson, Donald Fusarini, Tommy Griffin, Billy Good, Claude Hayes, james Hayes, Bill Hines, james Holland. Randall Lee, Phillip Lindsley, jerry Lomar, jackie McDonald, Charles McMurtry, Tommy Meadors, Tommy Oakley, jackie Parsons, jimmy Ribble, jerry Sacchinelli, Sam Smith, Terry Tipps, Billy Walker, L. Warpoll, Gerald Wilkins, jerry Coss. Industrial rts Club Mr. Falkenberry, Sponsor, Robert Griffin, Pres., Terry Grisham, VicsfPrcs.,' Alan Griffith, Sec., Calvin Young, George Peay, Larry Hudson, Huston Hudson, Cecil Luck, Roger Vaughn, Timothy Blaylock, R. L. Stinson, Ronnie Moore, joe Pass, joe Davenport, Paul Robinson, Bobby Rochelle. Bobby Clark, Tommy Hardin. ,.,,,..i.,,,,,,,, W, ,,,.,.....a .. .1 ,, a.7,,,,,a ,. A Wa, .ii awe' ,,,f,my,,.s aw, f H- f r Y-Q f vias. . - ,.,, -k , 4-H Club Girls Patricia Blankenship, Treysa Brown, Mackie Clark, Kay Glover, Betty Johnston, Linda King, Lila Knight, Secretary, Peggy Knight, President, judy Lane, Beverly Meadows, Barbara Perry, Patricia Reeves, Patty Roberts, Shannon Rose, Judith Sutton, Shirley Woodard, Lynette Wynn, Mrs. Braswell and Mrs. Knight, Sponsofs. 4-H Club Boys Phillip Boyd, John Broadway, Walter Callaway, jimmy Collins, Ronnie Collins, Bill DeLange, Donald Denny, john Fesler, Bryant Freeland, Richard Fox, John Kniffer, Edward Lawrence, Bill Matthews, Tim Minees, jimmy Moore, Tommy Monroe, Larry Murphy, Dicky Neal, Bill Odom, Mike Oliphant, Ronald Farris, jerry Sanders, Jerry Sullivan, Clifford Thacker, Bill Williams, john Wilson, Greg Caify, Secretary, Conrad Slate, Vice-Pres., Louis Seagroves. s V . . Charm Club Alice Cauthern, Betty Sue King, Betty Hannah, Betty Carter, Carolyn Mabe, Carol Vaupel, Carolyn Crouch, Cherrylee Parson, Donna Ellis, Debra Cummings, Faye Bassham, Maggie Tuttle, Phyllis Tash, Nancy Barnett, Ruth johnson, jane Hembree, Gail Gorge, Rene Caffy, Reba Hawkins, Linda Mier, Melissa Collier, Sandra Bucklieau, Branda Moore, Lenara Ragan, Elizabeth Williams, Mary Cassady, Mrs. Russ, Sponsor. Charm Club Carol Pietle, Cheryl Emory, Sharon Young, Kristi Smith, Presidentg Patricia Abraham, Becky Barrett, Bonnie Grisham, Patricia Knuckles, Barbara Beech, Doris Griggs, Sandra Wilkins, Diane Davis, Frances King, Debbie Mickle, Emily Moore, Becky Bates, Jennifer jones, Judy Adams, Di Allen, Susan Highly, Gail Nichols, Linda Frye, Patricia Nunley, Mrs. Stampley, Sponsor. rr: can nsuun ru: uni.: SQ . i mils F' LMI - Teen- ge Book Club Charlotte Goforth, Sandra Burkitt, Faye Knight, Barbara Keller, Elaine Rethford, Caroline McKinnry, Linda Pope, Carolyn Simmons, Dee Anna DeVasher, Frances Hill, Pat Hall, Paulette Sweeton, Sue Ann Adkins, Penny johnson, Debbie Potter, Mike Gann, Linda Neal, Becky Paul, Malinda Caldwell, Charlotte Hall, Jimmy Reed, Bill Harrison, Ronnie Derryberry, Stephen Smith, Randall Rigsby, j. K. Hamilton, Eddie Benson, Edward Curtis, Linda Taylor, Steve Curtis. cience Club john Perkins, Noel McDowell, Donald Shull, Tommy Graham, joe Gaines, john Carden, President, Gary Copas, Thomas Heath, Larry Kirk, Mark Coleman, Charles Matthews, William Hale, Rodger Gooch, Kenneth Apple, David Boone, Kenneth Kornman, john Callaway, jimmy Horn, john Clark, Steven French, jerry Beck, joe Witztum, Harold Dowda, VicefPresident,- Mr. jenkins. X . if, NA., I Physical Education Club Herman Carlton, Bruce McBratney, Ronnie Sanders, Ton Sircy, Bobby Wright, Virgil Wright, jimmy Stinson, Dickey Webster, johnny Hoover, Billy Ashworth, Eddie Ford, Morris Denson, Terry Dillion, Edward Appleby, Edward Frazier, Kenneth Allison, Billy Young, Bobby Head, David Murphy, Ray Martin, james Austin, Raymond D. Foster, Tommy Edwards, jimmy Hamilton, Larry Compton, Larry Lane, Randall Thomas, David Carter, Charles Foster, Charles Levering, Richard McDonald, Douglas Mangrum, Betsy Crawford, Patsy Chumney, jo Anne Wright, Virginia Dodd, Bobbie Scruggs, Betty Brightwell, Patricia Winkler, Susan Capshew, Helen Merrill, Rosemary McDaniels, Joyce Ponder, Carolyn Barnette, Linda Hesson, jo Gregory, Agnes Carter, Laketa Chance, Margaret Morrison, Frances Eller, Alice Walls, Geraldine Ferris. Linda Ferris, Pat Wells, Sarah Brown, Bettye Buntley, Nell Conner, Olline Hudgins, Sharon Davis, Margret Grissom, Patty Ruck, Sandra johnson, Gloria Collins, julia Warren, Linda Nunally, Martha Anderson, Carol Gieser, Glenda Echols, Wanda Carter, Barbara Ferrell, Sonya Hall, janice Traughber, Toni Garrett. ffm., 1l'C."Lf.7C , r v V, , if -7 , , , ,i,f.,' 4. .1 ff 'ZFX'-1 1 ff-v zzgf .4 ' f"f'lzf -is-ea! xajini, 4 v 1L",,,t iq L! . 14 4. -1 ff , jx I fl ff ,f I - V , I , A Q -f is l A I . if 'A fe, VA ,M of lxwnev 6-'fit' if if s etfffff W . .. ff 7:49 'ff f ' f , f . 5 fx! Lt fupf' ,fren-xv La' fffaclf N! :ld 441' ' "' "i ' '56, 'f,!jg'ifFZ' 7' I A I N 1711 .-XJ' L Y", 1 -Z:'7!642' C457 4 'CCA' JACD 4 l C6 gf- 'ru ' ' , 1 ' 'lr I Q I, 7' , v if . L.-at ft -QLLZQ 746511 -jff'L" L: "' Kff'f'f f - ,ffq 4 -L , - f fvffff Q y ' f W ff at Z 1,4 ,fygjaf A 2 - f,t"'r.r4l7 -ji! fyylfffg M6 ff!!! ck, fl 0 zu' li F, V I ' rgfllcrrjjj!-47 'I 1 ff ' ' ' ' " ' ,VK V , ' ffm QfAf:z.4'g- 14 g off' 1 'ruff ci, ,faff ,f'7C"ft f X,f"'f'f2 f " f av' 4 ' 1,1 ,Q fd X ' 'V 4 Z M , X ' V 2 7 , V KK K N5 xg."f!f'. l , .'q'J?, fig,-.jf cf! nf! -ed 4? dn 1 Ksrfvfs ' -'PH-j'fEL' " .A .f C 1 ff X123 'fe' Hi at l C fi v in if M inging Club Margaret Keller, Martha Romines, Nita Ferguson, jean Mclntosh, Peggy Hunter, Brenda Whited, Patty Chance, Beverly Tuggle, Lana Whited, Frances Keen, Joyce Griggs, Anne Davis, Linda Ford, Connie Stone, Barbara Benedict, Penny Hopkins, Hazel Choate. Camera Club Don Floyd, Charles Cole, Stanley Raduski, Bobby Hendricks, Mike Mitchell, Robert Nichols, James Beech, Bobby Luck, Ronnie Castelow Nolon Richerson, Gordon McClellan, Sidney Hinkle, Danny Whited, Danny Bradley, Paul Kannon, Michael Dorney, jimmy Pittman, joe Lunce David Cromwell, Robert Minchey, Edward Harper, jerry Yount, johnny Hooper, jerry McMurtry. PepIHuh Jo Anne Hester, Ann Booth, Peggy Hargrove, Linda Murphy, Betty Parks, Janice Cox, Faye Wright, Lillian Houchin, Betty Houchin, Sandra Hallihurton, Shirley Willis, Shirley Goher, Darlene Tomlinson, Sheridan Morgan, Bettye Ellis, Pat Sloan, Ann Parminter, Jackie Williams, Judy Eherhart, Margie Baker, Glenice Baker, Patsy Huffine, Kay McClanahan, Linda Hitt, Peggy Pilkinton, Lynn Layne, Jean Sullivan, Mary Helm, Susan Batson, Anita Poteet, Lucy Hall, Elaine Anderson, Kitty Capshew, Delores Wooden, Judy Hart, Linda Coe, Diana Mullins, Carol Sue Wright, Gail Pendergrass, Mary Evelyn Head, Brenda Gail Williams, Sue Bean, Peggy Adams, Pat Sircy, Joyce Johnson, Linda Compton, Susanne Goodman, Beth Bates, Sandra Howse, Bernice Bond, Linda Keller, Mary Johnson, Rosemary Yandle, Molly McBratney, Cathy Connell, Betty Coleman, Mackie Ann Clark, Diane Johnsey, Shirley Cox, Shirley Johnson, Jean Knight, Linda Hall, Brenda Stinson, Beverly Horn, Linda Flynn, Judy Anderson, Duronda Wright, Linda McDaniel, Pat Fuson, Donna Fusarini, Josephine Najar, Diane Gifford, Tinnie Grisham, Linda Greer, Brenda Freeland, Linda Richardson, Katherine Crymes, Betty Callis, Carol Kirkpatrick, Brenda Gooding, Shirley James, Janice Kidd, Barbara Curtis, Ann Nunnally, Mildred Hudgins, Sandra Steward, J0urnaHsnilHuh Betty Anglea, Gayle Allen, Lyndell Baker, Annette Bogle, Betty Burlason, Mildred Cammuse, Lyda Cauthern, Mareece Dean. Wanda DePriest, President, Brenda Dillehay, Connie Eatherly, Tana Frazier, Pamela Fortner, Charles Headley, Marilyn Hill, Sandra Kreis, Carolyn Luna, Judy Malone, Katherine Menees, Charles Minton, Harriett Newson, Secretary, Jana Overall, Jake Perry, Sylvia Qualls, John Reynolds, Jo Ann Sanders, Sandra Sloan, Saundra Smith, Sharon Starkweather, Carol Stephens, Wanda Stillwell, Mimi Waller, Sharon Wehh, Vic: Pres., Sandra Whitehead, Lynn Whitt, John Yount, , ' ,. 'JCWSJQMQWQ mi P' min L- .. , af wa vs R U, ,V Bw-QL ID - , 3 5.5: it 5 QL. f 7 , Q, i..L....L is 's .., f"?x'B'.'L 'ff ey l3.H. . Club Seated Ojfficws: Elaine Youngblood, Historian, Janith Presley, Reporter Jo Ann Hufline, Secretary Patty Paris, Pvesidentg Betty Paris, Vice Presi dent, Sue Sanders, Treasurer, Sara Smith, Parlamentaviang Diane Wilks, Song Leader. lst Row: Vivian Farris, Linda Kencer, Betty Adams, Sandra Halliburton, Norma Cheatem, Jeannine Dowlan, Trima Fama, Lynn Webster Shirley Gillespie, Patty Durhamg Znd Row: Glenda Vaughn, Thelma Potts, Rita Hazelwood, Sidney Willis, Barbara Sutton, Margaret Nunnally Jennie Randall, Kay Bates, Carolyn Williams, Janice Jarvis, Susan Hamilton, Miss Gwen, Sponsor affn' WM 'X NNE., x X X it nl A fifux-Qfwo -lfkvq QQJN GX QIQQMN ' Busch xy. ,aw Q Qvciilqg 1 xCJ..n..v9v.Q. x,-Jg QQ., 1 K3 ' X 'x . W Q 1 1 1 X 3 ak v 5-5 A? 1 222 'PEW 4 1,-7 VY it A ,J gujo out fd' Lffwcc o 1:1 . , " ' Vi Q QL? l?sJ4Qf4ff3 is-1 n wo ,Zara fi ,iqgi,l:mvQ:w ,, LMVGQ oUc9f,', P f' c t cry A 47 I 1 fW,f774QF0 9 Footha -M X x' x... - -V.. ......-.-,-...-., ,,,.. N-,,,..,-M The Rams, having lost nineteen seniors from the Xxx 1958 championship team, opened the 1959 season un' sure of their ability. However, soon after the season was underway, these Rams amazed the coaches and fans alike with their aggressive and determined play. ' fl? lwkkgifi lllafl" 1 R l Having ended the '59 season with the best record in the NIL f9f1D, the Rams were invited to participate 'il 52,5 fi -2114 4...4,'KlZLf " in Gallatin's annual jay Cee Bow. . Ll I A V . x. 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YARDSTICK RAMS TROJANS 14 First Downs 10 320 Yardage 135 RAMS 21eGOODLETTSVILLE 6 YARDSTICK RAMS 16 First Downs 11 345 Yardage 119 RAMS 40-CENTRAL 7 Madison spotted neighborhood rival Goodlettsville the first touchdown, and then fought back in the second half to win the season's opener 21f6. Capt. Tony Adcock and CofCapt. Chuck Lewis sparked the Rams to a surprisingly strong win. The Rambunctious Rams shifted their offense into high gear and blasted Central's Golden Tornado off the field. The Ram offense led by shifty Gary Fam' brough, the Optimist Club's "Player of the Week", rolled up its largest score of the year. The defensive work of Linebacker Terry Gambrell and End Chester Beaty held the Tornado to seven points. ' , GO GET BM, RAMSI 129 RAMS 8 190 RAMS 13 303 ...nl Football Banquet: Coach Bailey of the University of Tennessee, guest speaker. YARDSTICK First Downs Yardage RAMS 12fWEST O YARDSTICK First Downs Yardage RAMS 20-DONELSON 18 WEST 8 126 DONS 13 237 A flufridden Ram team ran headfon into a surprisf ingly strong West Team and only after a gruelling second half did they manage a win. The offensive play of Quarterback Richard Boughner and Tackle Luke Smith were the only bright spots in the Ram victory. In one of Madison's top rivalries ofthe year, the Rams outscored Donelson in the Hrst half and then held on gamely in the second half to win 2Of18. A great team effort headed by End Jerry Vandercook and Guard Steve Tidwell proved too much for the Dons. HIT HIM BOYS, HIT HIM! M ml XM? M. 3, N77 Coach DeLosh congratulating Quarterback Richard Boughner and Guard Steve Tidwell on winning the Sportsmanship Award. RAMS 10 182 RAMS 13 297 YARDSTICK First Downs Yardage RAMS 12-NORTH 7 YARDSTICK First Downs Yardage RAMS 14-FRANKLIN 6 13 220 REBELS 8 135 Gary Fambrough proved to be the difference for the Rams in a narrow victory over the North Yanks. His 56 yard touchdown run stretched the Rams' win streak to five. The oncharging Rams invaded Franklin and conf quered the Rebels for the first time on the Rebel Held. Long runs by Halfbacks Terry Gambrell and Gary Fambrough and the excellent line play of Center John Rice and Tackle Tony Adcock were the deciding fac- tors of the game. GO! GO! GO! l s . nmuawmm-.I -4 .l l 131 RAMS 15 194 RAMS 12 188 YARDSTICK First Downs Yardage RAMS 20-CELINA 14 YARDSTICK First Downs Yardage RAMS 7-DUPONT 13 Cheerleaders! And we elected them? 7 7 CELINA 9 120 BULLDOGS 1 1 206 After spotting Celina two touchdowns in the first half, the Rams exploded for three TD's in the second half and a 2Of14 win. Scoring honors went to Quarter' back Richard Boughner, who tallied twice, while the line play was headed by Guard Ray Martin. Madison and DuPont squared off in a neighborhood rivalry in which the Bulldogs slipped away with a 1337 victory and the Class AA championship. Tony Adcock, Chuck Lewis, and Steve Tidwell headed the team effort. QUEEN ANTHONY RAMS 10 187 RAMS 12 210 ,F Co'Captain Chuck Lewis, Coach Brimm, and Captain Tony Adcock. YARDSTICK First Downs Yardage RAMS 14QEAST 7 YARDSTICK First Downs RAMS IZASHELBYVILLE 7 EAST 11 158 EAGLES 9 183 On a 70 yard TD run by Gary Fambrough and the defensive alertness of Tackle Lonnie Hoy and End Jerry Vandercook, the Rams iced away victory num' ber eight. End Chester Beaty's combination of a blocked punt and touchdown run eased the Rams by Shelbyville. Beaty and his fellow seniors gave a creditable perform' ance in their last regularly scheduled game of the year. M HERE THEY COME, REARING TO GO! -N 3 DRIVE! ! ! mf,-:mm-. -1 1-.1-, mam www-fav ie'wmwnu..mmmmm-wmmmsmyn-u1m.um -D. One hand from victory! YARDSTICK JAY CEE BOWL GAME RAMS 'CATS The Rams thoroughly outplayed Clarksville's Wildf 12 First Downs 9 cats in every phase of the game, except on the scoref board. Here the Wildcats held a 13f6 margin over 210 Yardage 146 the fighting Rams. A spirited team effort kept the RAMS 6-CLARKSVILLE 13 Rams in contention all the way. SENIOR LETTERMEN jerry Vandercook, End f'Simon" Tony Adcock, ALL CLASS AA, ALL Steve Tidwell, Guard A'Tiddle" CITY, ALL STATE, Second Team Captain, Tackle "Logan" 1 KW 'Q i. is . C 4 C K F LE it 5 iia, cl is Bc ,X A fs. fi fy ' ,L li V f it i"i " 1 L, A Li? 3 2 T51 , T T gi 'new if - or cc, i A F 'Wif i ., sfgim' ' ,et Q' 3 ,32 , i 1. .f A , I 7 7 'ky i 5 f w I' A iss ' A ci, ga ,- I T V , fa. .. a 1 'far -- +- '51 C . ,ai -1 .9 .V K A May. 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' Q'-. -kgpj3""g'fQf' ' f,A rx t:fa, 'hf'y' ' is lgwsp' '1 - K ' I - K ,- A' " QV ,,i-HFS ' wx N fl -4 4 .V x ' , ' L , J 44' iff. . 32 'A' f f ff H -- 1-Q-fmt +1 ifiif " First row: Coach DeLosh, Harold johnson, Allen Pope, Bill Cartwright, Ronnie Sanders, Dan Blair, Ronnie Page, Bobby Head, Billy Williams, Billy Ashworth, Earl Bullock, Randy Overall, Second row: jerry Wandercook, Terry Gambrell, Gary Fambrough, Lonnie Hoy, Ray Martin, Steve Tidwell, Richard Boughner, Luke Smith, Tony Adcock, Chester Beaty, Chuck Lewis, johnny Jenkins, Kenneth Miller, johnny Riceg Third row: Coach Davidson, Ronnie Chance, Pete Lamberson, Larry Hunter, Gary Belt, Terry Moore, Randall Van Goor, Billy Hutton, Bobby Grifhn, Dickie Webster, Bill Harrison Coach Brimm, w Chnl lingual filamlc Ciolwle, lbuvnl llnmlwalol B-Team Football Ifxnr ww llulwaryl Cheatlmrn, Coach Kxng, Coach Clareg Second ww Douglas lvlangram, Butch Cartwrlght. Vvlaltcr Callaway, Herman Carlton llohlvy Gravcs, Douglas Brannomg Tlnrd ww Danny Fisher, Mike Spence, Blake Pope, Newton Welch, Mxke lvlooreg Fourth 'mu' wlohn Hoover. xgh. lunior High Football Team Coach Anderson, Coach Wrxght Z , Ji- ' ,. ji if " Af lv- '-v, 'l,Qa,-Raw-9-'hh-QLA-49-'YW-1 .D1j,,a....:t.7vfcJ-m,o5'wn-44 M- , 15W1eaeWfiJ v50.4.u,0l,vn-f-wn- OJU-KUJ' 'f'wq,a,10vn,a.o-,1Ao- 1jIaJfx.Oo.4. wi BQ 'S fMw-'Qv12"zf- ' all qw SHI Varsity eldo,-.lLa.C-fri-ol XY- A-870-'Q' C'f-riff-HA Basketball WWW I ' ' Ass't. Coach jim Wright, Coach Bill Brimm The 1960 Rams completed the season with one the Rams Sth in the 19th district and 8th in the N. I. L. schoo1's better records. After the '59 Rams suffered standings. Congratulations to Coach Brimm on his Madison's only losing season, this year's team bouncf return and to the team for a fine job this year! ed back to a creditable 1137 record. This placed the JUMPING JOHNNY TWO! :- 3 2 s1.tr-Nisw-usfsss-lv., was ,ff.-gmwms ww.. .,r, -4-um, sw-zmmwsm-.. Q., .aww Q-v.,.w .,-s, fi.: 1 .a.r-if.1- l- SEASON RECORD Madison 34 Bellevue 48 Madison 45 Hillsboro 37 Madison 43 Litton 49 Madison 53 Central 54 Madison 72 Gallatin 42 Madison 43 Dupont 49 Madison 54 Donelson 30 Madison 73 Central 57 Madison 46 Goodlettsville 43 Madison 43 Bellevue 28 Madison 50 Dupont 69 Madison 39 Litton 41 Madison 54 Antioch 51 Madison 62 Goodlettsville 53 Madison 73 Donelson 40 Madison 53 Cumberland 51 Madison 61 Antioch 67 Madison 75 Maplewood 53 TOURNAMENT RECORD Madison 66 Glencliff 45 Madison 30 Hillsboro 39 Managers: Dan Blair Ei Ronnie Sanders First row: Billy Ashworth, Gary Fambrough, Larry Hunter, Harold Johnson, Gordon Williams, Bill Harrison, Second row: jimmy Thomas Richard Boughner, Mac Curtis, Bobby Wright, Captain-Johnny jenkins. o 0 04 ' ' ' an ' ' . , - r--- 4 A 0 A Q Axig M 3 m . . , on do 5' 'Mme Swv if 'ur' 2-U-R 'I X-Kfii A 'il ' ' ' A 0 " 'K ' : fo ' - 1. , 9 ' , , to , ' ' o o ol ' A 5 A l .4 A Q rt Q 5" 1 'Q o 00 T07 - -'. QQ.0.'l t' ci o q 0 o ov 0. o 5 . to Sr gi, ag, --,-Pg H' A Q-ff 3, '7"Z""', ,r Q A a A ' 1 A-...M A tml ' X 1 I M U . 0. 'ww ' . .A , g .Ny C. Q I . . .f 'UQ K. X.Wkkx X 'C 'QNX s'rBvz SMITH'g Forward as W ff' Af XX ms S N4 XXX i 31 X A J Q. P ' -. ww.. f X, i B0y's B-Team Basketball Furs! fowl Charles Ragsdale, Gary Belt, Randy Overall, Blake Pope, Terry Moore, Eddie Eidson, Newton Welch, Second row' Danny Fisher Manager, jerry Beck, Terry Beck, Bill Moore, Mac Curtis, Ed Cheatham, Terry Todd, Coach Care. Junior Hi h Basketball NN 'Wm 'll , . , , ff : .H -v , A. at I W iw is .f ff,-B , . fl rf, ffl! 1' V ff, J C' if 1,4 , i " i. 3" Q' ,, ft - ,- f- , IQ frfmff- -me ff fer .M ff11Cffvfff'Jf Girls B 'B f a. ' ' f f ff 1. CM. ftjj Q , V- ,Jim Aff-,L,.g 4 1' . ft. P-ffibll Varsit M w f, it 1 H Us JL ' Basketball ' . X Miss Nancy King, Coach The Ramettes showed a tremendous amount of the naming of julie Brown to the 'kAll City" team desire and team spirit in finishing the season with a and the selection of Nancy Brown to the second team. healthy 8f1O record. Highlights of the season were WB Emir Managers, Marilyn Hines and Betty Kimbro Captains, Mary Roche and Nancy Brown Flor w c Carolyn Marlin. Wanda Daniels, julie Brown, Bette Buntley. Nancy Brown, jo Gregory. Kay Graves, Juanita Moody, Donna Collins, l K g, mice Dickens, Mary Roche, Gloria Gregory. ilimmie that hall' Madison Madison Madison Ivladison Madison Madison Madison Madison Madison Madison Madison Madison Madison Madison Madison Madison Madison Madison 0 t Sig 41 39 34 30 39 42 30 29 42 33 25 30 43 32 37 35 42 42 WV it my- 1' SCORES Yr Bellevue 42 Hillshoro 46 Litton 40 Central 29 Gallatin 52 DuPont 39 Donclson 39 Central 40 Goodlcttsvil Bcllcviic 40 DuPont 27 Litton 42 Antioch 37 lc 28 Goodlcttsvillc 23 Donclson 34 Cumberland Antioch 44 Maplewood 'f ,. 1' I gf le N 25 24 X Y 'E Interesting, hc s . I fix B ' 143 1 M. "NX :rii1'S,,fXswi:i' uifwfhuuk, . 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A er ' .gm wr 1 COACH KING AND THE SENIORS JANICB DICKENS BETTE BUNTLE Guard Forward f, .NS f GREGORY Guard P Www' X X .. ..1,, ,fx " Q 'A' :Sim K- 3 1 K t 1 'xi R'fI,w- XJ Wfllfjig Lfifg X xx PF i 'HN M J 1 .X f i j x 1 W 1 V 1 H ,V K K - Q - 4 1 "" A Coach Anderson, Phyllis Atkins, Marsha Buntley, Brenda Flatt, Teresa Gaines, Shirley Gentry, Mary Head. Dianne Holt, Mary Minchey, Diane Mullican, Becky Paul, Debbie Potter, Peggy Scott, Manager,' Martha Scruggs, Manager, jo Anne Saverio, Rhonda Wade, Brenda Williams, Margaret Wolfe, ., ' t ,J 1 W Jr. Hikh Girls Ba ketlrhll Team , -ilr , ' Lf in ,Ulf K J Mljjll gl Llp! A J? X MVA H1vtrXfNt,v Yu -U 'VL X50 -if Olaf HUSA ff-w ,P W ji. byuxj, Vi ,VJ it X - VY ly cy X912 ,Q Mzywt Jbgjpit ,Kgs yy Qt . fyyk, gy , Jr. HlLh Cheerleaders AJ U I"7Sf row. Linda Mathis, Patsy Cline, Linda Hitt, Marilyn Blair, julie Martin, Second row: Lila Knight, Alma Callaway, Kitty Capshew, Vicki Benson, Connie DeLosh, ' skier A .WKKQSW ,mi . . .Q gg, . .agp :s n .xxx QA 1 fx ,. KSQJY he N, N B Kgs. X, 6,34 f SX K we ' .. 4241 wa - fs mf 75.34 SA R if M Maw iwwii' Hb pg,Maff1wwwM,K an . .wamwwauw L . W , . 1 .KK KK A , , m ,, .,,. V335 -vw . :ras bw Q, 'x'f"w.fsx.- Ai . N31 5 H ,, " Y.-Q.. . "' ' 7'?'3S'ff5Sei 1 fa.-Nw i Q Mi' Q5 'Y , xg gf wg 'Q , was if if 'E' Syntax , 13? 3 ky 'S 55. 5 W fl A .. .x . , , - , f N1 f uf :E af' F' . K K. 5 wg N :SPP 'L f' , 1 af. K K 225' - k M: ik A i --M' 2 " :mx 'Q' I A Q- ' ,. 'Y 5 24 ' ' WQEQJQQH' ' Q 3 3 X A 6 4 ' QQ? 'KWCWW A ' Q Y 4 Q f X KX k 3 K. ,. Q. ' ' . KX ' Q M4 W " 'vs 4 if:-ff N ' .K .. Q K - is S f -3: f- 1 V .lQ- A 'L W . if MM, 2313! X g..Mm3.,,.v..,.. ,Q L X S ,,,,.mm,m-H .. . ,A mm. ..., .fwasrfwv gg wwww X f W K1 ,,,.w.f.,. +- 1: ,yiivu Nik , K K if "- 'flf ' fnf .Q f ' 9. 5454 ,sliffi ff' 1 ' . , Ng: ff Y -F ' W k Him k .V 55 T . ,...fmunN, . f K. .1ff..w, ,, ig 'L .vqgigvi A 4' ' 1? nfqw-ff Ky W, 6 ,, M. 5 .-XI 4, 2, , 7 W div. iff? 7, 3311359 K-ith fx Lil .., my Ki? wifi . -Rx A Q Y L .. Wm, Q- filly. . .Wk xx 3 .gi . .. N ... . . K lff'1f3, . . -, 451 W. , 5555? ' J f ff.. fi-Q..-,,,.K K1 . . 1, 1 Bfwff, Q. ' 53 fc' "Ififii.- , !A'l 1 f' Q f ' f "IT'S LIKE THIS, BOYS , . Baseball After a shaky start, the Rams managed to salvage was the N. I. L. batting champ. He also received a three of their last five games for a season record of 3f5. position on the All City team. Catcher, Tony Beavers with a batting average of .600 First row: Steve Smith, Bobby Wright, Albert Griffin, Tony Beavers, Billy Bailey, J. C. Broderick, David Dale, Second row: Coach Anderson, Billy Hutton, Managerq Larry Hunter, Charles Batey, Steve Tidwell, Dan Blair, Richard Boughner, Kenneth Miller, Harold johnson, jimmy Harris, Gene Barnett, Manngcvg Coach Davidson. L A JL. V 71.7, ,f,.7 , S v N., , nz, 1 14, 4, I " x -,-5 I J Rf.-. .',. f, f"X,".L. 6 x1k,'N,, 1 'r A-1 L 1 I ,U lv s f:g,,f,Y x .,. gxgh 1 .sg Ln fx ., wT, n -- 7 ,M L4 I 4 X ,A f K r ',. , y-15.1 ' fr , 1 ,. rg . 1 1 51 Lu NAA, '- fvfx .1-fx i .1 gk QQ' J Ink- f xx' ,V ' :G -1, x K . 4 X LZ, KL 1 -,QQ 'I K ef CA - E 'J ' 2 Liu- ,L v , :X ff ' 148 ' u ' 4 'J ,f fins.. , -e M1 'Y -r '4 A .W Q lv., +-6' av Y Q Y!- LW is v 'Q fg -'N ! RY fm i I i a .Q QQ ,Q gg . K, Q.,,,M.g Q 4, M? Z 4? 2 J? -AHF , ,i Lg, v 1 1' ' flelfxiv l!VUf'l "VY ' r, of i.k7fX'50T'?CL?4ij c, ' 6245 C I if f ' ,Z ' F ,ifditwidif CL z I w 7 , ll 45 I 9 ' h J U 1175 1 X, ,M een MAWQ U f Lf - 21410 Judy Silvers, Editm Carolyn Luna, Assistant Business Manager, Jeanine Menees, Business Managev, Tommy Howard, Assistant Sales Managerg Richard Boughner, Sales Manager, Susan Capshew, Ass't. Editorg Carolyn Luna, Assistant Business, Managerg Jeanine Menees, Business Managerg Tommy Howard Assistant Sales Manager Richard Boughner, Sales Manager. The 1960 Piam r taff 'WHAIF V451-gb Seated: Margie Adcock, Senior Representativeg Mary Gray Senior Representativeg Judy Silvers, Editorg Sandra Cartwright Misc. Editorg Gayle Denney, Class Editorg Standing: James Coop Senior Representativeg Jeanine Menees, Business Managerg Gayle Allen, Club Editorg Glenna Roberts, Typist. ,w.swQe -a,. ,avi .. 1 .-ui Betty Ray, Harriet Newsom, joe Witztum. Ester Roberts, judy H irvey Once upon a time there was a yearbook staff, almost forty of them, who began the year very conhdent that they would publish the best book ever! They made big plans, chose a beautiful cover, argued over colors, decided on a theme, put on a tremendous kickfoff asf sembly program fthanks, Miss Sipej, made pep talks, sold subscriptions, lined up people for pictures, def veloped them, printed them . then sharpened their pencils and waited for the real work to begin "all the class pages will be done by Christmas," they said. Then the pictures came and THEY DlDN'T KNOW ANY OF THE PEOPLE! They identified, alphabetized, listed, typed, erased, rewrote, did ref takes, , and the stacks got higher and higher Qlenna Roberts, Ella Watts, Wanda Deprlest, Sylvia Qualls Joyce Halmontaller, Gerald Dillehay, Marianne Taylor, Larrx Darks, Terry Newson . . . and the deadline nearer and nearer . . . and the staff dwindled as the work got harder . . then pretty soon there weren't anymore days and. . . people kept peeping into room 12 giving them dark looks because they weren't through withit , r . and then . . . it was over, Bnished. They waited and waited for it to come back . . . and people gave them more dark looks . . . finally it came . , . and it was THE VERY BEST BOOK EVER! Then the staff got smiling looks--and the staff that dwindled away came back and said they would work harder next year , . . and the Sponsors lived happy ever after! Coriginal senior theme taken from Mr. DeLosh's wastef basketl Photographers. 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Madison High School - Ram Yearbook (Madison, TN) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 1

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Madison High School - Ram Yearbook (Madison, TN) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

Madison High School - Ram Yearbook (Madison, TN) online yearbook collection, 1964 Edition, Page 1

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Madison High School - Ram Yearbook (Madison, TN) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Page 1

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