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The 1951 Football
Miss Norma Carr '49
(age 17) With Aflac
Senior Class Officers
Future Members of
Class of '63
Future Class of 1963
Elementary 6th Grade 1954 (Part of the Future CHS Class on 1960)
Bluebirds of 1955
Back Row L to R -- Beverly Buchanan, Bobbie Jean Jolly, Mickey Garrett, Judy Glasgow, Sue McGinnis
Front Row L to R -- Priscilla
Morris, Ruth Ann Woods, Claudia Browning, Judy Christensen, (not identified)
Carter Girls of 1956
The Carter Girls of 1956 May luncheon was held at Vidalia’s in the Worthington Hotel. The class of ’56 girls meet the last Wednesday of each month at various restaurants. Any exes are welcome to attend. Just contact Gayle Smith Dalton at email@example.com to be put on the email list for notification.
High 6th Grade.....Future CHS Class of 1951
CHS Class of '51 All Grown Up
Class of 1951 ....... 50th Reunion
Mrs. Motherall's 1st
Grade at Riverside Elementary 1950
Oakhurst's Relay Team
1948 - 1949
Took a lot of folks to go around that track :-)
The Old Fire Station
at Six Points
Graduating Class January 1953
Riverside Jr. High
Football Team 1950-1960
Kindergarden at Oakhurst Presbyterian fellowship hall 1950
Waiting in Line ?????
L to R.... Betty Chipman, Ed Chipman '51 and Clydell Miller '50
Ms. Mercy's 6th Grade
Class at Oakhurst Spring 1940
Teacher Miss Betty Mercey second from left on back row.
Five from Class '50
L to R ..... Melvin Hanson '50, Carroll Hall '51, Roy Wilson '50, Charles Mangham '50, and Robert Blackwell '50
Drum Majorettes CHS
Anybody recognize these lovelies?? If so let us know.
Homeward, painted by Jack White
'44 hangs permanently in the lobby of the Fort Worth Public Library
From the Files of John Herndon '78
Ms. Turk's First Grade Class at Oakhurst Elementary in 1967. Part of the CHS class of 1978.
Ms. Rome's 2nd Grade Class at Oakhurst Elementary in 1968. Part of the CHS class of 1978.
Ms. Jackson's 3rd Grade at Oakhurst Elementary in 1969. Part of the CHS class of 1978.
From Those Thrilling
Days of Yesteryear.......
From the archives of Evyonne Andrews Eddins '52
1946 ROTC Sponsors
Left to Right....Honorary Lt. Col. Glonda Claiborne (faculty sponsor), and honorary Majors Helen Jean Schieman, Betty Fisher, Norma Bailey, Ann Blanton, and Lena Mary Scully.
Championship Gray Y Team 1958
Ray Grawunder & Father, Brad Chipps, Tom Hix, Freddy Ordlehide,
The Ft. Worth
Cowgirls Steal The Show....
Peg Huffman McMahon '51, Evyonne Andrews Eddins '52, and Pat Straughn Smith '52 show the crowd at Billy Bobs how bull riding is really done. What's so hard about riding a bull??? It's so easy even a Caveman can do it. We notice that Evyonne is wearing her Mr. Clean combat badge and driving with one hand again. The occasion was a monthly luncheon that the Class of '52 instituted several months ago. Class of '52 members wanting to participate in these luncheons should contact Evyonne at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
John Webb '44 Before and After
Walking Home From
School In 1944
Photo from the Archives of Don Roberts '47
Carter Riverside High
School Band -- 1943
The Leaders of the
Band in 194?
L to R --- Drum Major Rosemary Darby '43 and Band Directory James Petty
CHS 1946 Band Drum Major and Majorettes
Left to Right.....Virdie Edmonson, Patsy Gossett, Dorothy Hill, Betty Jo Whitworth, Jean Haney, and kneeling is Dorothy Truax
Mrs. Glonda Counts Las Aguilas Group 1950
The School Library In
Note: Luanne's uncle Henry Wright '50 is seated at the table on the right end.
Views From The Past
Ms. Gregory's Chemistry Class from the 1946 Annual
1943 War Eagle
The War Eagle was printed with a paper cover
The 8th Grade Class
From the Files of Dorothy Webb Albrecht '53
A Gathering of Eagles
L to R, Jean Campbell Hargrove, Helen Parham Webster, and Louise Tate Hefner all members of the Class of '50 met in Tyler recently to catch up on old times. Helen and Louise have been in touch with each other via cards at birthdays and Christmas and an occasional visit, but Louise has not seen Jean since they graduated 55 years ago.
Another patron of the arts is Ms. Gloria Jean Moore Miellmier '50
Grade 6 1946
The '45 Memories Lunch Bunch
(picture submitted by Roger Latham '65)
L to R standing: Jon Shumann, Ronnie Hazelwood, Mrs. Wyninger, Dicky Adamson, David Wyninger, Wade Latham
In the dirt: David Griffey and Roger Latham.
Reunion of the Mizpah Sunday School Class at Oakhurst Methodist Church
** What a Handsome Lot **
Reunion for the Class of '52 ********
What a fine looking bunch of folks
Becky Sandlin Dollar (center second row between the two ladies in red) was elected Coming Home Queen for 2002. The lady that is third from the right on the second row has her picture elsewhere on this page, but from the 1950's. Can you find her?? (Tommy Holden correctly identified Angela Moore as the mystery lady)
----- Meet the 1943
Football Team -----
***** 40th Reunion Class of '62 *****
Photo of the class of '62 sent in by Phyllis Beck Erwin
******* A Memory of
Those Happy Days *******
The Time: 1946 The Place: Oakhurst Elementary The Group: Ms Elma Nicholson's Kindergarten Class ......... Janice is middle row, second from left between Sally Lange and Judy Drummond. A few of the other members of the class are.. Gray Mills, Vernon Gillette, Phyllis Carpenter, Susan Moore, Carla Baxter, John Scully, and Daniel Smith.
********** A Blast From The Past **********
A neat Photo sent to us by Bill Carroll
Where the Elite Meet
to Eat at Ricks on the Bricks
L to R --- Ed Moore '54, Terrance Grimes '53, Sheri Grimes, Pat Moore
Anybody Identify the approximate date???
From Peg Huffman McMahon '51. We believe she said that this photo came from the Sunday edition of the Fort Worth Press (hmmm remember that one??)
Best guestimates on the date is winter of 1936 or early part of 1937. The school opened for business in 1936, and had sixteen mid-term graduates in 1937. They were the first to receive diplomas from Riverside High School. Oh yeah, they only had 11 grades back in those days. The old high school was located where Riverside Elementary was located before they tore that one down, but they never graduated anyone from there. The kids had to bus (or streetcar) across town to Central to finish high school after the 8th grade.
++++++++ FROM THE CLASS OF 1939 +++++++++
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