Mrs. J. B. Bryant. Page 160.
“The second grade … saw the big move. We started, in the summer, in the old elementary building, but one fine day we got the word that it was time to inhabit the brand-new building about a hundred yards away to the south.” Page 160.
“The senior class in 1962 … stood for a photograph on the stage in the new cafetorium. There had not yet been time to hang the curtains.” Page 160.
Glenda Anderson “would go on in high school to participate in musical activities, some clubs, student-direct a class play, and work on the paper staff.” Page 162.
Bobbie Nell Cousar, quiet and well-mannered, would serve as a cheerleader. Page 162.
“David Floyd … would become my best friend in school, an indispensable comrade in the classroom, at recess, on and off campus.” Page 164.
Donna Heaton: “While we were in high school, Donna became the first to receive a marriage proposal from me. Perhaps I should explain.” Page 164.
Mary Lindsey “was one of the kindest people in the class. She maintained a warm attitude that could thaw the coldest of hearts.” Page 162.
Janice Patterson would serve as class president our junior year. Page 162.
Alfred Stewart “was one of the most likable and approachable of boys. He did not take life with an excess of seriousness, and our class gained much from his colorful antics and humor, some of it unintended.” Page 164.
Donna Thompson: “This was my big chance to sit with a pretty girl. I got to her seat and she smiled and graciously allowed me to join her.” Page 163.
Brenda Towery: “her opinions always seemed to be right, her ideas practical. Justly popular in school, she would go on to serve as president of the Future Homemakers of America our senior year. ” Page 163.