THE GOLDEN AGE OF JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL 1957
In January of 1957, at Kesler's Supermarket you could purchase a jar of salad dressing for $ 0.39, Black Top pink salmon for $ 0.55 a can, a pound of Baileys Supreme coffee for $ 0.79, a Gallon of Clorex for $ 0.35, ( one ) - 10 pound bag of potatoes for $ 0.39, a pack of carrots for $ 0.10, a pound of margarine for $ 0.20, and chuck roast for $ 0.49 per pound.
On January 22 - 23 at the Roosevelt Theater, Pat Boone was starring in “April Love.”
The Jefferson High school Graduating Class of 1957 had 50 members. They were;
Jerry Adams, Bradford Benson, Doc Berryman, Lewis Davis, Mercier Davis, Roy H. Evans, Jerry Frady, Harris Hardy, Bobby Harris, Jamie Harris, Leon Holmes, Theron Kesler, Edwin McClure, Glenn Martin, Jerry Mitchell, Johnny Parr, Billy Ricks, Melvin Shumake, Reese Spence, Ricky Thurman, Benny Tompkins, Roger whitehead, Leroy Williamson, Jertry Yarbrough, Stevie Blackstock, Mildred Bone, Marie Cody, Margaret Cooper, Claudie Davis, Betty Elrod, Doris Garrison, Linda Hale, Shirley Hall, Janice rvin, Mary Frances McNeal, Kay McWhirter, Carlene Porter, Faye Sikes, Marie Smith, Mary Nell Sosebee, Peggy Stancil, Libby Voyles, Janice Waddell, Kathleen Whitehead, James Wilkes and Bobbie Wilson.
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